Crafts Worker II (#RC0402)
$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.


    Experience: Three years of semi-skilled experience in at least one of the building trades, including carpentry, painting, plumbing, or electrical.  


    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.

    CLASS: RC0402; EST: 2/8/1989; REV: ;