One year of experience or training in the building construction trades, general building maintenance, or in the repair or maintenance of mechanical equipment.
Custodial building maintenance is not qualifying.
Examples of building construction trades include cabinetmaker, carpenter, concrete finisher, electrician, HVAC controls technician, HVAC mechanic, ironworker, millwright, painter, pipefitter, plasterer, plumber, refrigeration mechanic, roofer, sheet metal worker, steamfitter, tile setter and welder.
Examples of general building maintenance include Maintenance Repairer 1/2, B/G/E Maintenance Repairer 1/2 and Maintenance Repair Foreman.
Examples of repair/maintenance of mechanical equipment include Operating Engineer 1/2, auto mechanic, Mobile Equipment Maintenance Mechanic, Mobile Equipment Overhaul Mechanic and Mobile Equipment Master Mechanic.
The LSU Health Sciences Center Division of Facility Services in New Orleans is seeking motivated applicants for the position of Maintenance Repairer 1 (2 Vacancies)
There is a Special Entrance Rate for this title of $13.66 per hour.
The position closes on 2/13/13 at 11:59 p.m.
Please review the job specification for Maintenance Repairer 1 on the civil service web page to be sure you qualify.
To apply for this vacancy, click on the “Apply” link above and complete an electronic application which can be used for this vacancy as well as future job opportunities.
For information not listed in this posting, please contact:
LSU Health Sciences Center
433 Bolivar St
New Orleans, LA 70112
(504) 568-7812 office
LSUHSC is an EEO/AA Employer
Function of Work:
To make minor repairs to buildings, facilities, grounds, navigational locks, and light equipment/appliances or to perform general maintenance on marine vessels and all related facilities.
Level of Work:
Close from a Maintenance Foreman, supervisor, or administrator of higher level.
Location of Work:
All state agencies.
Differs from laborer, grounds maintenance, and custodial jobs by performance of a wide range of basic maintenance and repair responsibilities.
Differs from other maintenance jobs by limitation to basic or minor repairs to buildings, facilities, light equipment, or marine vessels.
Examples of Work:
AS A MAINTENANCE REPAIRER
Makes minor repairs to the interior/exterior of buildings and facilities and maintains furniture and equipment employing basic skills in the plumbing, carpentry, electrical, mechanical, and related fields.
Maintains and makes minor repairs to small lawn mowers, appliances, chainsaws, pumps, cars, and tractors including lubricant levels, timing, replacing, and adjusting minor worn or damaged parts (belts, plugs, fuses, hoses, etc.).
Cleans and replaces filters on window air conditioners and simple central heating and air conditioning systems.
Starts, operates, and checks for safety and maintenance of a wide variety of small engines, lawn mowers, hand tools, pumps, chainsaws, pick up trucks, tractors, farm machinery, and implements.
Performs basic road maintenance by clearing drainage, spreading road surface material, filling pot holes, placement of signs, repairing fences, removing trees, etc.
Makes minor repairs to navigational locks such as replacing hydraulic hoses.
AS A MARINE MAINTENANCE REPAIRER
Performs minor repairs on marine vessels.
Performs general maintenance on all marine facilities.
Participates in the painting, pipefitting, carpentry, sand blasting, and electrical repair of marine vessels and related equipment.
Performs minor maintenance on all assigned equipment.
Performs other duties or assignments as directed by Marine Foreman or Marine Maintenance Superintendent.