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Box 13, Folder 20, Document 22

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GENERAL MAINTENANCE MECHANIC II

NATURE OF WORK

This is skilled and occasionally supervisory work involving the ap-
plication of skills and practices of more than one trade in the mainten—-
ance, repair and installation of mechanical and structural facilities.

Work involves the responsibility for performing maintenance and repair
work on machinery and buildings, including work of a complex nature of pro-
jects of significant size. The work imvolves skilled tasks in more than one
trade. Work is normally performed under general supervision, and these
employees may act as assistants to the maintenance foreman. Assignments
are normally received through written or oral instructions gr through dis-
cussion with supervisors and operating personnel. Work requires some in-
dependent judgment and usually involves supervision of other maintenance
mechanics, semi-skilled or unskilted laborers.

EXAMPLES OF WORK: PERFORMED



Inspects and diagnoses faulty operation of large air handling equip-
ment,
Removes and replaces valves, pump bearings, strainers, and motor shafts.
Installs water, steam and’ chemical pipes.

Installs and repairs automatic: chemical feed machines,
Welds and solders tubes, pipes and support frames.
+. Diagnoses electrical circuit malfunctions and repairs high pole lights.

Repairs and adjusts electric and hydraulic doors and gate operating
equipment.

Performs related work as required,

DESTRABLE KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES

Working knowledge of the tools, principles and practices of the main-

. tenance tradés, including carpentry, plumbing, electricity, air-condition-

ing, welding, steamfitting, painting, and masonry.

Considerable knowledge of:ithe Hazards and safety precautions of the
trades related to the position,

Ability to interpret work from sketches, blueprints, and written di-
rections.

Ability to supervise skilled and unskilled personnel,

Skill in the use of’ harid tools.

DESIRABLE TRAINING AND EXPERTENCE
Graduation from a trade of vocational school; considerable experi-

ence in construction am;maintenance work; or any equivalent combination
of training and experiénce.

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