Crafts Worker II (#RC0402) We are currently accepting applications for this position. To apply, please close this pop-up window and then click on the link for Current Employment Opportunities Page. $20.37-$24.75 Hourly / $3,530.80-$4,290.00 Monthly / $42,369.60-$51,480.00 Yearly
Under general supervision, performs semi-skilled building maintenance and repair work; and does related or other work as required in accordance with Rule 3, Section 3 of the Service Rules.
This is the second level in the Crafts Worker series. An employee in this class performs a variety of semi-skilled tasks and assists in more complex tasks related to building construction, installation, alteration, maintenance and repair. Employees receive training in a variety of trades. Initially, while more skilled work is performed under close supervision, employees independently perform more routine tasks. As employees gain experience and skills, they independently perform semi-skilled work.
Performs semi-skilled painting, glazing, carpentry, plastering, locksmithing, masonry, plumbing, metal work, welding, electrical, mechanical, heating and ventilating, and related maintenance trades work.
Assists in hanging doors, pouring concrete, laying flooring, installing partitions and drop ceilings, repairing door closers, furniture and roofs, and in performing other general carpentry work.
Performs general minor plumbing repair; repairs leaking faucets, unstops clogged lines; assists in installation of water and sewer lines.
Installs and replaces light fixtures, outlets, bulbs, and fuses.
Maintains and performs minor repairs on locks, appliances, automotive equipment, boilers, heating and ventilating, and related mechanical devices.
Assists skilled workers in a variety of skilled building trades tasks.
Maintains runways and taxiways; sprays chemicals for weed control; may perform other janitorial, grounds maintenance or related work as assigned.
Operates a variety of motorized tools, equipment and vehicles, and performs minor maintenance of same; uses hand tools common to the building maintenance trades.
EITHER PATTERN I
Experience:Three years of semi-skilled experience in at least one of the building trades, including carpentry, painting, plumbing, or electrical.
OR PATTERN II
Experience: 18 months as a Crafts Worker I in San Joaquin County Service.
License:Possession of valid California driver’s license.
The standard methods, practices, tools and materials used in the several building maintenance trades; the occupational hazards and safety precautions.
Train and lead workers of lesser skill and experience in work as necessary; understand and follow oral and written instructions; write simple notations and prepare simple reports; do heavy manual labor; establish and maintain effective working relationships.