Performs Journeyman level maintenance, inspection and repairs in the skill area of Painting and Plastering.
- Associates degree or equivalent from two-year college or technical school or, equivalent combination of education and experience, or equivalent in demonstrated abilities.
- Two to six years related experience, or equivalent combination of education and experience, or equivalent in demonstrated abilities.
- Copy of DMV driving record will be required before interviewing.
- Leads, assists, and independently completes installation, repairs, and maintenance of building equipment and systems as appropriate.
- Responsible for performing skilled and semi skilled tasks in the maintenance and repair of finishes of exterior surfaces, interior walls, ceilings and floor surfaces in University buildings, facilities and equipment.
- Paints, patches, hangs, tapes and finishes drywall, must be able to match various types of wall surfaces including smooth, textured, knock down, and etc.
- Perform daily clean-up and removal of graffiti.
- Must be able to operate University vehicles including vans, trucks, “putts”, forklifts and “man-lift” devices.
- Maintains safe and clean work conditions in the areas assigned.
- Performs a variety of duties in the maintenance of the university as requested by supervisor.
- Leads and assists others with construction, installation, maintenance, repair and preparation/cleanup work and/or independently performs work involving non-routine and complex maintenance and repair of buildings, equipment, fixtures, etc.
- Operates various basic and complex hand and power tools including calibration and test equipment. Ability to read, interpret, and/or prepare complex reports and correspondence such as operating and maintenance instructions, procedure manuals and blueprints.
- Ability to speak effectively before groups of co-workers, faculty, staff and/or students of the University.
- Ability to apply concepts of advanced algebra and basic geometry.
- Ability to apply enhanced understanding to carry out incomplete instructions furnished in written or oral form.
- Ability to solve problems and deal with a variety of variables in situations where only limited standardization exists.
- Must be familiar with using a personal computer operating in a Windows-based environment to perform rudimentary functions, or should have the ability to learn PC skills with structured training.
- Ability to follow directions through an understanding of the department’s objectives and critical areas of operation.
- Ability to work around machinery with electrical components and moving parts thus requiring a high degree of concentration.
- Imperative ability to work in a team environment and participate in the appropriate assistance of co-workers.
- Is in agreement with the purpose and mission of Azusa Pacific University in providing a Christian-based higher education for its students.
- Ability to stand, sit, and walk.
- Use hands to finger, handle or feel, reach with hands and arms, stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl, talk or hear, taste or smell, and use hands and fingers to operate a keyboard and telephone.
- Ability to frequently lift up to 50 pounds, and may be required to lift more than 100 pounds.
- Computer monitor and reading.
- Close, color, distance, peripheral, and the ability to adjust focus.
- Must be able to work near moving mechanical parts, in high places, with fumes and airborne particles, in both indoor and outdoor weather conditions.
- Subject to the noise and hazards of machinery, electrical current, and working on scaffolding, and man-lifts of various types.
- Must be able to respond to University needs on off-hours as part of an “on-call” rotating schedule.
- Must be able to respond to emergency situations (earthquake, fire, flooding, etc.) and independently secure or lead others in securing a safe environment.
- Proficient in Microsoft Office, Word and Excel.
Azusa Pacific University - 2 years ago
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