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Mechanical & Electrical Maintenance Worker II/III at Marin Water


  • Marin Municipal Water District
  • 07/29/21
  • Corte Madera, CA
  • 94925
  • 87252 - 110832 / Yearly
  • Full-Time
OPEN TO ALL APPLICANTS
Salary:
Mechanical & Electrical Worker II $7,271- $8,712/per month
Mechanical & Electrical Worker III $7,610- $9,236/per month

Filing deadline: Wednesday, 7/7/2021 by 4:30 p.m. for manual submissions; 5:00 p.m. for online submissions

APPLY ONLINE AT CALOPPS: https://www.calopps.org/marin-municipal-water-district/job-20128605

Position Overview

The Mechanical & Electrical Department of the Operations Division is recruiting for one regular, full-time Mechanical & Electrical Maintenance Worker II or III. Both levels, under general supervision, perform skilled and semi-skilled work on a variety of mechanical and/or electrical equipment, performs related work as required. This position will be staffed at a level commensurate with the qualifications of the selected individual, and requires an on-site day-to-day presence (non-telecommuting role).

Distinguishing Characteristics

Mechanical & Electrical Maintenance Worker II:

This is the journey level classification in the Mechanical and Electrical Maintenance Worker series. Incumbents in this class perform semiskilled and skilled tasks and operate a variety of equipment and tools within the scope of the classification level. On a training or on emergency basis if competent to perform, the Mechanical and Electrical Maintenance Worker II may perform duties normally assigned to the Mechanical and Electrical Maintenance Worker III. Employees in this classification may advance to the next level of the job series by completing an approved series of text based training courses and demonstrate completed tasks that illustrate competency and proficiency in the core disciplines.

Mechanical & Electrical Maintenance Worker III:

This is the advanced journey level in the Mechanical and Electrical Maintenance Worker series. Employees in this class perform skilled tasks, and use independent judgment. They operate a variety of equipment and tools. Incumbents are able to work independently and may train others, or perform as lead-workers on specific projects and assignments. On a training or on emergency basis if competent to perform, the Mechanical and Electrical Maintenance Worker III may perform duties normally assigned to the Mechanical and Electrical Worker IV. Employees may advance to the next level in the Mechanical and Electrical Maintenance Worker series by completing by completing an approved series of text based training courses and demonstrate completed tasks that illustrate advanced journey-level competency and proficiency in the core disciplines. Additionally, the employee is also required to pass a written test designed to demonstrate proficiency with the National Electric Code and other advanced journey level skills.

Examples of Duties

Typical duties may include but are not limited to the following:

For Mechanical & Electrical Maintenance Worker II:
Performs routine inspection and maintenance of mechanical and electrical equipment;
records readings and findings of pumping plants;
installs and repairs mechanical, electrical, pneumatic and hydraulic equipment;
performs repairs and adjustments to malfunctioning mechanical and electrical equipment such as, but not limited to: pumps, electric motors, compressors, automatic valves ;
troubleshoots and repairs electrical circuits and related equipment;
dismantles, cleans, lubricates and assembles pumps and motors in shop or in field;
installs new pumping equipment, wiring, valves and controls working from plans and specifications;
inspects pumps and tanks for proper operation;
performs routine inspections and servicing of pumps, tanks and regulators;
installs recording instruments used in gathering data for system studies;
follows applicable safety rules and regulations;
installs and repairs lighting fixtures, receptacles, switches etc.;
may train and direct the work of others.

For Mechanical & Electrical Maintenance Worker III:
Performs routine inspection and maintenance to mechanical and electrical equipment;
performs routine inspection and servicing of pumps, tanks and regulators;
records readings and findings of pumping plants;
installs and repairs mechanical, electrical, pneumatic and hydraulic equipment;
performs minor repair and adjustment to malfunctioning parts;
troubleshoots and repairs electrical circuits and related equipment;
dismantles, cleans, lubricates and assembles pumps and motors in shop or in field;
installs new pumping equipment wiring, valves and controls;
inspects pumps and tanks for proper operation;
inspects, adjusts and makes repairs to regulators and relief valves;
repairs malfunctioning parts, such as diaphragms, seats and control pilots;
installs recording instruments used in gathering data for system studies;
keeps records of time, materials and equipment used;
installs conduit and pulls wire for motors, control panels, lighting fixture, outlets and other related work;
installs power poles, cross-arms, braces and supporting fixtures;
may train and direct the work of others;
follows applicable safety rules and regulations.

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