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BUILDING EQUIPMENT MECHANIC (C7-09)
OCCUPATION CODE: 5306-0003
Performs complex maintenance and troubleshooting of building and building equipment systems; maintains and operates a large automated heating and air conditioning system.
This position is for use at material distribution and supply centers and mail equipment shops.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Performs repair and preventive maintenance on building and building equipment; conducts difficult tests and diagnostics in order to make adjustments to equipment that involve mechanical, electrical, electronic, pneumatic, and/or hydraulic control and operating mechanisms.
2. Troubleshoots and repairs complex supervisory group control panels, readout and feedback circuits and associated and electrical components throughout the installation; locates and corrects malfunctions in triggering and other electromechanical and electronic circuits.
3. Installs or alters building equipment and circuits as directed.
4. Reports circumstances surrounding equipment failures and recommends measures for their correction.
5. Initiates work orders requesting corrective actions for conditions below standards; assists in estimating time and materials required.
6. Recommends changes in preventive maintenance procedures and practices; assists in revising checklists and frequency schedules.
7. Reads and interprets schematics, blueprints, wiring diagrams and specifications in locating and correcting potential or existing malfunctions and failures.
8. Repairs, installs, modifies, and maintains building safety systems, support systems and equipment; recommends additional safety measures as required.
9. Works off ladders, scaffolds, and rigging within heights common to the facility; works under various weather conditions outdoors.
10. May oversee the work of lower level maintenance employees, advising and instructing on proper and safe work methods, and checking and testing for adherence to instructions.
11. Ensures work complies with established safety procedures and standards with particular attention to OSHA standards; notifies supervisor immediately of potential defects or unsafe conditions and recommends appropriate remedial action; makes decisions and takes necessary corrective action when appropriate.
12. Performs other job related tasks in support of primary duties.
Supervisor of unit to which assigned.
MAIL EQUIP/SPLY CTR
|Doc Date: 11/16/2002||Occ Code: 5306-0003|