32.86 Per Hour
- 2nd Shift- 3:00 pm - 11:30 pm- Sunday through Thurs
- Responsible for maintenance and operation of central heating/cooling plants, back-up electrical power systems, HVAC, water and electrical infrastructure, fire and life safety systems, and refrigeration equipment
- Perform preventative maintenance on all mechanical equipment; inspects operating equipment and facility space temperatures; and responds to occupant complaints associated with HVAC, plumbing, and electrical systems.
- Perform snow removal tasks they would require use of snow blowers, shovels and salt spreaders to maintain safe access to buildings
- Maintain all logs, records and other reports on the buildings and up-to-date data for HVAC Locate, request, and order replacement parts.
- Enter and closeout work orders in the appropriate system
- Perform preventative maintenance on all mechanical equipment; inspects operating equipment and facility space temperatures; and responds to occupant complaints associated with HVAC, plumbing, and electrical systems; complete all preventive maintenance assigned within guidelines of departmental policies, and provide input on operational efficiency.
- Assist contract vendors involved with testing fire and life safety systems. Operate and maintain all equipment as assigned in accordance with guidelines and department policies.
- Work on electronic controls such as digital direct temperature controllers, lighting and motor controls.
- Maintain records required by state law and records for accreditation of correctional facilities.
- All other related duties as assigned.
- Ability to work 2nd Shift- 3:00 pm - 11:30 pm- Sunday through Thurs
- At least 5 years’ experience in the repair and maintenance of mechanical equipment and a variety of building/maintenance trades (e.g. carpentry, painting, etc.)
- Requires associate’s degree or the equivalent of two years of college or vocational school education.
- Requires specialized training during a 2 year apprenticeship for stationary engineer.
- Requires a State Stationary Engineer License; and EPA Universal certification for working on refrigerant systems.
- Ability to work overtime hours as needed