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GENERAL MAINTENANCE MECHANIC I

NATURE OF WORK

This is semi-skilled and some skilled work in the application of
skills and practices of more than one trade in the maintenance, repair,
and installation of mechanical and structural facilities.

Work involves responsibility for performing maintenance and repair
work on machinery and buildings, involving the performance of semi-skilled
and skilled tasks relating to more than one trade discipline, Work is nor-
mally performed under general supervision; these employees act as assist-
ants to higher level mechanics when working on complex or major repair
on installation tasks. Work is usually assigned on a job basis through
oral or written instructions and is inspected during progress and upon com-
pletion, although employees may be given general preventive maintenance
assignments with little or no supervisory follow-up. Supervision may be
exercised over semi-skilled workers or laborers.

EXAMPLES OF WORK PERFORMED

Lubricates and adjusts pump motors, air-conditioning equipment, and
hydraulic valves.

Removes and replaces sprockets, belts, pulleys, motor shafts,:and
hinges.

Installs electrical switches; wires, conduits, relays and transformers.

Installs and repairs plumbing fixtures such as floor drains, faucets,
sinks, and toilet seats.

Installs guard rails and fences.

Constructs cabinets, toolsboxes, benches, truck box canopies, and par-
titions,

Lays concrete block walls, brick walls, and floor or driveway slabs.

Cuts and welds pipes, steel frames, and metal sheets.

Performs related work as required.

DESTRABLE KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES

Some knowledge oftthe tools, principles, and practices of the mainten—
ance trades, including carpentry, pluinhbing, electricity, air-conditioning,
welding, steam fitting, painting, and masonry.

Working knowledge of the hazards and safety precautions of the trades
related to the position,

Ability to interpret work from sketches, blueprints, and written direc-—
tions.

Skill in the use of hand tools.

DESTRABLE TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE
Graduation from a trade or vocational school; some experience in con-

struction and maintenance work; or any equivalent combination of training
and experience.

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