Maintenance Technician

Caddo Kiowa Technology Center is accepting applications for Maintenance Technician.

 

Qualifications:  HS diploma or equivalent; Technical training and mechanical experience in HVAC or related area.  Mechanical license – preferred.  Mechanical license required within three years of employment.  WorkKeys credentials – preferred.

 

Additional Qualifications: Mechanical aptitude; knowledge of mechanical and HVAC systems, with basic knowledge of electrical and plumbing; basic knowledge of building codes; ability to read and interpret blueprints and schematic drawings;  ability to stand, squat, or bend for extended periods of time; safe use of equipment.

 

Submit letter of application, resume, educational background, and other appropriate information to

 

CKTC

Human Resources

PO Box 190

Fort Cobb, OK  73038

 

Applications accepted until or a suitable applicant is found.  CKTC is an EOE employer.

 

Full Job Description

 

CADDO KIOWA TECHNOLOGY CENTER
   
JOB DESCRIPTION
   
Position: Maintenance Technician
Primary Function: Perform a variety of technical tasks and skilled work related to daily operations and maintenance of facilities.  Perform service and repair of HVAC systems, mechanical, electrical, plumbing and maintenance.
Responsible to: Facilities and Maintenance Director
Minimum Qualifications: HS diploma or equivalent; Technical training and mechanical experience in HVAC or related area. Mechanical license – preferred. Mechanical license required within three years of employment.  WorkKeys credentials – preferred.
Skillset: Mechanical aptitude; knowledge of mechanical and HVAC systems, with basic knowledge of electrical and plumbing; basic knowledge of building codes; ability to read and interpret blueprints and schematic drawings;  ability to stand, squat, or bend for extended periods of time; safe use of equipment.
Responsibilities:  
General: Participate in school wide Continuous School Improvement (CSI) initiatives.

Attend all local staff meetings, conferences, and approved professional development training at the local, district and state levels.

  Maintain good communications and work cooperatively with all co-workers and administrative staff.
  Perform various other duties assigned by the supervisor within the physical constraints of the position.
   
Essential: Work as an apprentice to obtain HVAC Mechanical License.

Work as an apprentice to the electrician and the plumber.

Periodically monitor, inspect, and assess mechanical equipment such as heating and cooling systems, air handling systems, electrical, plumbing, compressors, pumps and motors to ensure continued proper operation.

Diagnose, troubleshoot equipment and perform preventative service and maintenance, including but not limited to: air filters, oil filters, electrical connections, plumbing connections and hydraulic components.

Diagnose, troubleshoot equipment and repair and/or replace a variety of mechanical equipment to include heating and cooling systems, electrical, plumbing, compressors, pumps, motors.

  Repair and maintain machinery and mechanical equipment in accordance with blueprints and operating manuals of manufacturer’s specifications.

Perform preventive maintenance, repair and/or replace assigned HVAC equipment, including pneumatic and electronic controls.

Work with supervisor to implement and monitor HVAC control system.

  Diagnose, troubleshoot electrical and plumbing failures and issues, make necessary repair and/or work with electrician, plumber or contractors to solve issues.
  Inspect and monitor fire and smoke alarm systems regularly, making necessary minor adjustments and making recommendations for major adjustments to the supervisor.

Perform maintenance of safety control indicators such as emergency lights and smoke detector fire testing.

Capable of performing general carpentry and drywall, painting, wall and ceiling prep, basic repair to locks, doors, and other minor maintenance.

Work with supervisor to compile information as it relates to future projects and deferred maintenance (such as age of equipment, numbers of break downs, cost to maintain). Contribute to a safe educational and working environment by participating in all drills and training and being prepared to take action should a health or safety emergency occur.

  Educate and work with building occupants and facilities maintenance staff to conserve energy campus wide.

 

Employment Status and Terms: (LENGTH OF CONTRACT/STAFF CLASSIFICATION/EMPLOYEE STATUS)

12 month           /       Short Term Contract        /     Non – Exempt

Physical Demands: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of the position.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Physical demands include stooping, kneeling, reaching, handling, occasionally lifting up to 50 lbs., finger dexterity, feeling, near and far acuity, depth perception, field of vision, naturally or with correction, isolation, close areas, and good eye-hand coordination or with suitable accommodations.

Routine discomfort from exposure to the less-than-optimal temperature and air conditions.  May involve dealing with unpleasant situations such as heights, exposure to electrical power, and hazardous conditions.

Be able to perform under stress when confronted with emergency, critical or unusual situations.

Work Environment: The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this position.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is exposed to moving mechanical parts and outside weather conditions.  The noise level in the work environment is moderate to high.  Employee will be subjected to various chemicals and/or dust associated with the job environment.