$26.07-$34.20 Hourly / $1,890.04-$2,479.70 BiWeekly /
In a Department of Correction facility or district this class is accountable for acting as a working supervisor for inmates and/or independently performing a full range of tasks in general maintenance and repair of buildings and maintenance systems.
Receives general direction from a Correctional Maintenance Supervisor or other employee of higher grade.
Performs a variety of general building repairs and maintenance such as interior and exterior painting, electrical, plumbing or mechanical maintenance, masonry and carpentry; paints structures, installs and replaces glass, repairs plaster and completes masonry work to walls, walks and floors; replaces or repairs defective electrical equipment such as switches and lighting fixtures; maintains plumbing and power distribution systems; assists in general maintenance of high pressure steam and boiler systems; periodically inspects equipment and makes adjustments and repairs, performs preventive maintenance tasks; assists in detecting plumbing defects; defines repairs needed and works with contractors in making repairs; repairs and maintains machinery such as motors, engines, compressors or other mechanical equipment; trains, supervises and maintains custody and discipline of a group of assigned inmates; applies general safety standards while performing maintenance and repair work; provides staff training and assistance; may be required to restrain inmates, quell disturbances and otherwise assist security forces in emergencies; may use welding equipment; may be required to operate a motor vehicle; performs related duties as required.
Considerable knowledge of building materials and methods of repair and maintenance; knowledge of basic principles and techniques of plumbing, electrical repair, carpentry, painting, mechanical maintenance, and masonry; interpersonal skills; oral and written communication skills; considerable ability to recognize maintenance problems and determine corrective operations needed; ability to operate and interpret computerized and automated control systems; ability to plan, layout and schedule assignments and estimate cost of jobs; ability to maintain records and prepare reports; ability to read blueprints and diagrams; ability to instruct inmates in techniques and skill of general maintenance activities; ability to perform under stress and remain stable in pressure situations; some supervisory ability.
Six (6) years of experience in the operation, maintenance and repair of large buildings and utility services.
Experience performing technical duties within the maintenance trade area on a military base, aircraft carrier or large compound may be substituted for the General and Special Experience on a year for year basis.
In addition to the checking of references and of facts stated in the application, a thorough background investigation of each candidate may be made before persons are certified for appointment.
Incumbents in this class may be exposed to danger of injury or assault by inmates who have access to tools of the trades as weapons and may be exposed to considerable danger and discomfort associated with tasks and machinery used in the trades.
This replaces the existing specification for the class of Correctional General Maintenance Officer in Salary Group CO 08 approved effective December 10, 1990. (2015 SCOPE Review)