The Water Resource Recovery Operations and Services Department is currently seeking a Plant Maintenance Technician 2. This position performs maintenance and repair of equipment and machinery in wastewater treatment plants, buildings, pump stations, and water quality laboratories.
(The essential functions listed below are not intended to reflect all duties that may be assigned to this classification. The District may augment duties and/or essential functions at its discretion. Additionally, some incumbents may not perform all Essential Functions.)
1. Troubleshoot and perform reactive mechanical repairs, replacements, and modifications on high cost/high risk mechanical equipment located in District treatment plants, pump stations and labs such as pumps, boilers, bar screens, clarifiers, centrifuges, digesters, filters, and blowers. Perform scheduled preventive maintenance on mechanical equipment to extend life and reliability or monitor current condition.
2. Troubleshoot and perform repairs, replacements, and modifications on HVAC/R equipment and systems. Perform scheduled preventative maintenance on mechanical and electrical maintenance in a non-licensed capacity; perform chemical testing and maintenance of treated water loops.
3. Based on assessment of cost effectiveness, recommend repair vs. replacement, in-house vs. out-sourced repair.
4. Complete maintenance and repair records; requisition and/or purchase parts, tools, and supplies as needed.
5. Perform Essential Functions listed under general supervision with responsibility for independently determining appropriate sequences, methods, techniques, and procedures.
6. Schedule work to be performed by the work team, make assignments to team members, review team members’ work, provide feedback to supervisor as necessary, handle after hour emergencies when required.
EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING GUIDELINES:
Any combination of experience and training that would likely provide the required knowledges, skills, and abilities is qualifying.
2+ years experience in mechanical trades such as plant maintenance technicians, millwrights, machinists, plumbers, pipe fitters, welders, or building maintenance technicians affording achievement of competency with mechanic’s tools; measuring equipment; and maintenance, troubleshooting, and repair of a wide variety of mechanical equipment.
Trade classes in mechanical engineering technology, or related fields.
CERTIFICATION AND LICENSURE:
Upon selection, all candidates must possess and maintain a valid State issued driver’s license.