$23.12-$32.91 Hourly / $4,007.47-$5,704.40 Monthly / $48,089.60-$68,452.80 Yearly
Performs general and specialized work in the repair, renovation, modification, and maintenance of buildings and allied structures; repairs walls, doors, partitions, counters, window frames, etc.; moves and resets partitions for office cubicles; moves and repositions office furniture; hangs shelving; may change out lights; may perform minor plumbing and electrical related work not requiring technical expertise.
Performs skilled facility upgrades and remodeling requiring some advanced knowledge of carpentry and other trades; designs, fabricates and installs custom bookcases, cabinets, counters, shelves, railings, etc.; creates and installs customized trim and molding; on a project basis regularly performs the more highly skilled interior finish work.
Performs demolition and salvage work and major renovation of offices and other work areas; removes existing walls and frames new walls; cuts window and door areas in existing walls and installs new doors and windows; installs drywall, insulation, paneling; removes old ceilings, sets new ceiling grids and installs ceiling panels; removes old flooring and installs new floor tiles, trim molding, etc.
Removes and replaces old shingle, metal and torch down roofs; rebuilds roof structures, including trusses; coats roofs; builds awnings; removes and replaces gutters; repairs and replaces soffit and fascia; installs siding.
Paints interior and exteriors of buildings and other facilities using spray guns, rollers and brushes; caulks and patches interior and exterior surfaces of equipment, building and facilities; applies waterproofing and sealer materials; applies texture coatings to walls; erects, uses, and removes mechanical scaffolding, lifts, ladders, etc.; applies glazing, hangs paper and repairs plaster, drywall and wood surfaces.
Constructs frames and pours concrete slabs, finishes and repairs concrete walkways, steps and other surfaces; lays brick, cement blocks and ceramic tile; constructs metal buildings and additions to existing buildings.
Performs skilled bench work in shop operating power saws, jointers, planers and related equipment; performs locksmith tasks, including re-keying, installing panic bars, deadbolts and other hardware.
Previews jobs and prepares materials lists; picks up materials; maintains time, material and related work records; prepares daily records of time and materials.
Performs related work as required.
Considerable knowledge of: methods, practices, materials, tools and equipment of building maintenance and repair work; a variety of building construction trades (e.g. carpentry, painting, masonry, roofing, etc.).
Knowledge of: occupational hazards associated with building maintenance, repair and construction and pertinent safety measures and precautions; a variety of adhesives, epoxies and the application of plastics, veneers, laminates and wood products in interior finish work.
Some knowledge of: basic records keeping; knowledge of local codes.
Ability to: read and interpret basic blueprints, sketches and oral and written instructions and determine materials needs and estimate job time; establish and maintain effective working relationships with other city employees and the general public; lift heavy construction and maintenance materials [such as platforms, partitions, lumber, etc.]; operate motor vehicles, including trucks; climb ladders and work in high places.
Skill: in the use and care of hand and electrical tools and equipment used in carpentry and building and maintenance trades.