General Maintenance Mechanic
CAPITOL TECHNOLOGY UNIVERSITY
Maintenance Mechanic I
Full-time Non-Exempt Position
Start Date: August 7, 2017
Capitol Technology University, a nonprofit university located in Laurel, Maryland seeks a Maintenance Mechanic with experience in HVAC, plumbing, electrical, landscaping, construction, assisting with various University events, and other duties as assigned.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
The following are the primary duties and responsibilities:
• HVAC maintenance as it pertains to heating/cooling systems, exhaust fans, air handlers, and pumps
• Plumbing maintenance as it pertains to drains, piping, sinks, and toilets.
• Electrical maintenance including lighting, switches, wiring, and outlets.
• Landscape maintenance including lawn care, planting, mulching, and snow removal.
• Report to scheduled shift on time, and complete timesheet thoroughly at the end of each payroll schedule.
• Work under the authority of the Director of Facilities and/or Lead Mechanic.
• Respond to work orders in a timely manner. Sign off on completed work orders.
• Operate all University equipment in a safe and responsible manner.
• Report any campus maintenance issues to the Director of Facilities and/or Lead Mechanic.
• Required to work some evenings, weekends, and possibly a change of shift.
• High school diploma or equivalent.
• Valid Driver’s License
• 1-2 years’ experience in Commercial/Industrial Facilities Maintenance.
• Experience in HVAC to include: heating/cooling systems, exhaust fans, air handlers, and pumps.
• Experience in plumbing to include: drains, piping, sinks, and toilets.
• Experience in basic electrical to include: lighting, switches, wiring, and outlets.
• Experience in landscaping to include: maintaining overall appearance of the University with lawn care, planting, mulching, and snow removal.
• Experience in minor construction to include: drywall, paint, doors, and hardware.
• Must be able to adapt, learn new tasks/duties/assignments and be flexible.
The ability to bend, stretch, twist, or reach with your body, arms, and/or legs. Must be able to push, pull, lift, carry, or maneuver weights up to fifty (50) pounds independently, and two hundred and fifty (250) pounds with assistance. Ability to physically access exterior and interior parts of the building, able to climb a ladder, and access small crawlspaces. Requires eye-hand coordination and manual dexterity sufficient to operate tools and equipment. Sensory capability to detect odors and hear sounds necessary to detect, diagnose, and repair equipment. Periodic exposure to outside elements where temperature, weather, odors, and/or landscape may be unpleasant and/or hazardous.