Maintenance | Kimberly
Demonstrate ability to successfully accomplish the performance tasks below. Such alternatives to the above qualifications as the administration may find appropriate and acceptable.
Primary Responsibility to:
Secondary Responsibility to:
Superintendent of Schools
In order to provide students, staff and patrons with a safe, attractive, comfortable and efficient learning environment, the maintenance technician shall carry out the following performance tasks in a safe and effective manner. (All tasks shall be performed adhering to: District policies, local, state and federal codes, regulations and laws).
- Trouble shoot, service and complete minor repairs to HVAC systems.
- Trouble shoot, service and complete minor repairs to building electrical systems and fixtures.
- Trouble shoot, service and repair plumbing systems.
- Monitor and assist with energy and water conservation techniques and procedures.
- Install, service, repair and replace flooring systems.
- Paint buildings (inside and outside) and other district property.
- Demolish, construct or repair sections of walls or buildings.
- Maintain and repair playgrounds and playground equipment.
- Service, repair and replace windows and doors.
- Repair desks, furniture, white boards, book cases, lockers and cabinets.
- Construct, maintain and repair counters, tables, cabinets, walls, partitions and shelves
- Safely climb and work from ladders and elevated platforms.
- Operate and maintain irrigation systems.
- Operate and maintain district owned vehicles, tractors and mowers.
- Remove snow and ice from sidewalks, parking lots, roadways and other areas.
- Operate and maintain power saws, trimmers, power tools and hand tools.
- Operate and service building security systems.
- Repair and replace door hardware, including locks and lockets.
- Move and transport furnishings, platforms, chairs and other equipment.
- Set up and take down chairs, platforms, risers and other equipment for school or district functions.
- Install, repair and replace fencing and gates.
- Concrete work.
- Apply pesticides and herbicides.
- Control rodent and insect populations.
- Frequently lift and/or move up to 50 pounds and occasionally up to 100 pounds.
- Read and understand basic operating instructions.
- Follow oral and written instructions and work effectively without close supervision.
- Work cooperatively with district staff.
- Possess a current Class D (or higher) driver's license issued by the state of Idaho.
- Report any safety or health concerns to Director of Maintenance or Superintendent immediately upon discovery of such concerns.
- Perform such other duties as may be assigned by the Maintenance Supervisor or the Superintendent of Schools.
Terms of Employment:
Employment and salary schedule shall be determined by the Superintendent with a recommendation by the Maintenance Supervisor.
Performance of this position will be evaluated periodically by the Maintenance Supervisor.