Under direction, to install, repair and maintain a variety of building electronic systems and related mechanical equipment; perform a variety of other semiskilled building maintenance, carpentry, painting, mechanical and electric work; and to do other work as required.
This position class is assigned work at the journey-level to install, repair and maintain a variety of building electronic systems and related mechanical equipment at County facilities, including detention sites. This position will work with other building specialties performing semiskilled carpentry, painting, mechanical and electrical maintenance and repair. Maintenance Electronic/Mechanical Worker is distinguished from the Building Maintenance Worker Series in that specialized knowledge is required to perform electro-mechanical work. This position may work irregular hours and may be assigned on-call duty.
Installs, maintains, and repairs building electronic systems and related mechanical equipment such as alarms, locks, door closures, cameras, electronic panel boards, controls and communication equipment; maintains County-wide facilities' fire alarm systems and electronic smoke sensing devices; estimates costs and materials required for repairs; reads and interprets blueprints, schematic diagrams and sketches to perform installation, maintenance and repairs; maintains records of work performed and prepares reports; climbs ladders; assists in installing panel boards; installs switch boxes, pull boxes and other related devices; measures, cuts threads, bends, assembles and installs conduits and other kinds of electrical conductor enclosures, which connect panels, boxes outlets and other devices; trains and oversees workers assigned to assist on maintenance electronic projects; works with other building maintenance workers to perform routine maintenance on mechanical equipment; minor electrical work such as replacing switches, sockets, wall plugs, floor receptacles, lighting fixtures, fuses and breakers; repair of ceilings and walls; repair of plumbing systems; replacement of broken fixtures and windows; paints interiors.
EMPLOYMENT STANDARDS Knowledge:
Thorough knowledge of:
Working knowledge of:
Training and Experience: Any combination of training and experience which would provide the knowledge and abilities, is qualifying, unless otherwise specified. Typical ways to obtain these knowledge and abilities would be:
Five years full-time, or its equivalent, of progressively responsible experience in commercial or industrial electronic maintenance work and one year of experience performing duties comparable to those of a Building Maintenance Worker II in Santa Cruz County.
Bargaining Unit: 41
EEOC Job Category: 07
Occupational Grouping: 36
Worker's Comp Code: 1160