First Shift Facilities Repair Worker Advanced
Code: 15930 Posted: 09/26/2019
The University of Wisconsin-Parkside invites applications for the position of 1st Shift Facilities Repair Worker Advanced.
This position provides maintenance, repairs and upkeep to the campus facilities and grounds. The position inspects, maintains, adjusts and repairs a wide variety of interior and exterior building components, furniture and equipment. The position provides support and assists with basic mechanical repairs and maintenance along with custodial, grounds and security functions. The position requires the ability to work independently and in conjunction and cooperation with others. Incumbent will normally work 2nd shift with the ability to work 1st shift in the summer months.
Essential Job Functions
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
Maintenance of buildings facilities and structures
- Re-lamping light fixtures and coordinating with the supervisor for the replacement of defective lamp ends, ballasts and other noted electrical problems.
- Installation, repair, and replacement of miscellaneous furnishings, i.e. Blackboards, pencil sharpeners, projection screens, mini-blinds, coat racks, paintings, fire extinguishers, etc.
- Repair/maintain restroom furnishings, i.e., wall partitions, trash, towel, soap, and napkin dispenser, mirrors, metal access doors, toilet tissue rollers, etc.
- Install vision lights and ventilation grills in metal and wooden doors.
- Performs other duties as assigned.
Maintenance of buildings interior
- Repair floor materials including vinyl tile, carpet, ceramic tile brick pavers, etc.
- Install or remove walls, partitions (including drywall taping and finishing, doors and windows.
Maintenance of minor building alterations or projects
- Erect metal studs for drywall construction, partitions, ceilings, etc.
- Pour and finish concrete floors, walkways, ramps and parking areas.
- Masonry brick and block work including foundations, walls, etc.
Maintenance of buildings’ envelope
- Repairs to building foundations including; concrete, masonry, footing repair, sealing leaks, etc.
- Maintenance of exterior walls including; repair of masonry, windows, doors, metal and wood siding, etc.
- Repair of roof systems, including skylights, roof membranes, flashings, etc.
Operation of hand and power tools necessary to achieve aforementioned tasks
- Operate all hand and power tools as required of the project, in a skilled and safe manner.
- Equipment to be used on the job: (F-Frequently, O-Occasionally, R-Rarely)
F - Drill, hammer, screw gun, sign making equipment
O – Circular saw, table saw, hammer drill, router, radial arm saw, air compressors and related air tools
R – Chisels, wrenches, jack hammers
Large Machinery (includes vehicles):
O – Drill press, band saw, wood shaper, planer, jointer
R – Lathes, metal brake and shear, high lift truck, welder, road marking equipment, generators
O – Lamp tester
R – Fax
Paints, stains, solvents, lubricants, varnishes, epoxies and basic cleaning materials.
- Perform operator checks and maintenance on such tools.
- Clean and secure tools and equipment.
Performance of other duties
Maintain records and reports as required
Maintain shop and work areas in a clean, organized, and safe order
Provide instruction to other employees as necessary
Snowplowing of grounds, as needed.
Set-up for Commencement and other special events.
Essential Knowledge And Abilities
- Requires the performance of duties under adverse conditions; working below grade, and from elevated or uneven surfaces.
- Perform interior and exterior building repairs, including roofing, masonry, painting, patching and window glazing.
- Knowledge and ability to operate hand and power tools, make and install signs on campus, maintain records.
- Aptitude and inclination to recognize and work with mechanical, physical, and spatial relationships and concepts.
- Knowledge of the proper uses of and techniques for using the tools and materials of building repair and construction.
- Knowledge of the properties and characteristics of various types of wood and other materials used in building and grounds facilities.
- Willingness to accept direction and supervision, to do things in the prescribed manner.
- Responsible for Money, University Funds or Accounts which hold financial information?
Yes, may occasionally buy supplies under $100.00.
Climb ladders; traverse planks or walkways; extensive standing for long periods of time; extensive walking to and from various areas of the campus; reaching required for higher work; squatting, twisting, bending, and kneeling; frequent lifting of heavy objects (50-100lbs); adequate balance and stability to accomplish noted tasks.
Education, Experience, Training And/or Certifications
- High school education, equivalent GED, and/or 3 years of experience in construction or building maintenance.
- At least one year of the experience must have involved a variety of complex and difficult repair or construction work on a variety of areas in the remodeling or repair of buildings structures and structural components
- Acquire and maintain a valid Driver’s License within 3 months of hire date.
Must be able to climb ladders, scaffolding and rooftop access stairs. Required to carry tools and parts often weighing 50 pounds or more. Uses ropes and pulleys to hoist tools and parts to installation elevations. Service work involves crawling on, under and inside of air handling ducts which are often dirty and dusty. Worker must be able to utilize hand tools, power tools and equipment while maintaining a safe environment for himself and others in the area. Proper and safe tool utilization requires dexterity and mobility of hands and arms.
Applicant Special Instructions:
The Departments of Facilities Management and Student Affairs conducts Post-Offer, Pre-Employment screenings on selected candidates for Custodial, Maintenance, and Grounds positions. Employment is contingent upon successfully passing the screening.
Salary and Benefits
Salary and Benefits
Commensurate with qualifications and experience.
The University of Wisconsin System provides a liberal benefits package, including participation in a state pension plan.
Benefit Details: https://www.wisconsin.edu/ohrwd/benefits/download/summaries/fasl.pdf
Total Compensation Estimator: https://www.wisconsin.edu/ohrwd/benefits/totalcomp/
HOW TO APPLY:
Applications must be submitted electronically through our employment portal. If you need additional assistance you may contact Human Resources at (262) 595-2204. Hours 8:00am-4:30pm Monday-Friday.
STEP 1: Please select the applicable link below:
External Applicants: (NOT currently employed by the University of Wisconsin System)
Internal Applicants: (Currently employed by the University of Wisconsin System)
STEP 2: Submit application materials
Please be sure to complete all required fields and include all required documents before submitting your application. Once submitted, you will not be able to edit or attach any application materials. Files must be complete to be considered. All materials must be added at one time, once submitted you may not edit/add to profile. Please include the following documents:
- Cover letter
- Names and emails of three professional references upon hire.
Review of Applications
Applications received by 11:59 PM on Thursday October 10th, 2019 are ensured full consideration. Position is open until filled.
You must select "SUBMIT". Selecting "Save" will not forward your application materials to the search committee.
Please be sure to complete all required fields and include all required documents before submitting your application. Once submitted, you will not be able to edit or attach any application materials.
In instances where the Review Committee is unable to ascertain from a candidates application materials whether she/he meets all of the required qualifications, or if all of the application materials are not submitted, they will be evaluated as not meeting such qualifications and may be excluded from further consideration.
Legal Notices and Important Information
Employment will require a criminal background check in accordance with the Wisconsin Fair Employment Act. It will also require you and your references to answer questions regarding sexual violence and sexual harassment. (see TC1 - App. 4 and p. 12)
Note: Criminal Background Check – The Department of Workforce Development, Equal Rights Division prohibits employers from using criminal background check information, policies or practices that have a “disparate impact” and is not “job-related and consistent with business necessity” in hiring decisions. All information used to screen or hire job applications should relate to the duties of the job.
UW-Parkside is an AA/EEO employer: All applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, disability, or protected veteran status. Individuals from diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply.
UW-Parkside is committed to providing an environment in which our diverse community of students, faculty, and staff can thrive. We aspire to foster a more equitable and inclusive climate and culture between and among students, faculty, and staff, and to improve justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion in every aspect of campus life. Please visit The Office of Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion for additional information.
It is the policy of UW-Parkside to provide reasonable accommodations to qualified applicants with disabilities. If you need assistance or accommodation in applying because of a disability, please contact the Office of Human Resources at 262-595-2204. Employment opportunities will not be denied because of the need to make reasonable accommodations for a qualified individual’s disability.
In compliance with the Clery Act of 1998, the University of Wisconsin Parkside Crime Statistics Report is available here. Call the UW-Parkside Campus Police Office at (262) 595-2455 for a paper copy of the annual report.
Transcripts will be required upon hire.