Class Specifications - G.25
Maintenance__________Supervisor (B) - 8160
Maintenance__________Supervisor (A) - 8161
Assistant Maintenance__________Supervisor (B) - 8162
Assistant Maintenance__________Supervisor (A) - 8163
Lead Maintenance___________(B) - 8164
Lead Maintenance___________(A) - 8165
Maintenance_____________(B) - 8166
Maintenance_____________(A) - 8167

June, 1973

Series Concept

Maintenance Craft Workers perform a variety of skilled tasks in the maintenance, alteration and repair of utilities, buildings, and related facilities and equipment; and perform other related duties as required.

Incumbents may cork independently or as a part of a regular maintenance crew and may be assigned duties in one or more of the building trades.

An a carpenter, incumbents work from blueprints, drawings or oral instructions; construct and repair structural woodwork, fences, partitions, benches, floors, building framework, and other items using carpenters' hand and power tools; install ceiling and floor tiles, sheet rock, paneling, masonite and wall coverings; and Instruct or lead semi-skilled or unskilled assistants.

As an electrician, incumbents repair, maintain and install electrical systems and equipment such as motors, transformers, wiring, switches and alarm systems; inspect circuits and wiring for specified shielding and grounding, and repair or rewire systems according to building codes and safety regulations; may plan layout and wire new or remodeled installations; and instruct or lead semi-skilled or unskilled assistants.

As a locksmith, incumbents repair and open locks, make keys and change lock combinations; install, maintain, and repair all types of building hardware such as locks, fasteners, door closers, panic bars, and the like; and instruct or lead semi-skilled or unskilled assistants.

As a mason, incumbents construct, maintain and repair walks, foundations, walls, floors and other structures constructed of concrete, tile, marble, stone or brick; and instruct or lead semi-skilled or unskilled assistants.

As a painter, incumbents prepare surfaces and apply appropriate finish to interior and exterior surfaces of wood, stucco, brick, sheetrock, plaster, paneling, or metal; may layout and paint letters and designs to make signs and related items; may cover interior walls and ceilings of offices and related facilities with decorative wallpaper or fabric; and instruct or lead semi- skilled or unskilled assistants.

As a plumber, incumbents assemble, install and repair pipes, fittings and fixtures of heating, water, drainage and irrigation sprinkler systems; install, overhaul and repair air compressors, pumps and related components/ equipment; assemble and install valves, pipe fittings and pipes composed of metals such as iron, steel, brass, copper and lead, and nonmetals such as glass, vitrified clay and plastic; join pipe by use of screws, bolts, fittings or solder, and calk joints; install and repair plumbing fixtures such as sinks, commodes, water heaters, hot water tanks, garbage disposal units, dishwashers, and hydraulic sprinkler controls; and instruct or lead semi- skilled or unskilled assistants.

As a sheetmetal worker, incumbents fabricate, assemble, install and repair sheet metal products and equipment; select gage and type of sheet metal according to product being fabricated and knowledge of metal; set up and operate fabricating machines such as shears, brakes, bending rolls and punch and drill presses to cut, bend and straighten sheet metal; shape metal over anvil, blocks, or forms; set up and operate soldering and welding equipment to join together sheet metal parts; and instruct or lead semi-skilled or unskilled assistants.

As a refrigeration mechanic, incumbents repair, install, and maintain all types of refrigeration systems and equipment such as central air-conditioning, food refrigeration and freezer facilities and equipment, and instruct or lead semi-skilled or unskilled assistants.

As a cabinet maker, incumbents lay out, fabricate, and construct cabinets, counters, and fixtures; may design items to be fabricated; and instruct or lead semi-skilled or unskilled assistants.

As a zone mechanic, incumbents maintain and repair mechanical and electrical equipment and facilities including air control and conditioning, heating, refrigeration, distillation and filtration systems and equipment; may maintain and operate low pressure boilers; and instruct or lead semi-skilled or unskilled assistants. Positions will be classified at the Maintenance (A) level unless the job assignments specifically include the range, complexity and frequency of application of operational level skills in the electrical, plumbing, refrigeration, sheet metal and cabinet making crafts.

Class Concepts

Maintenance____________Supervisor (B)

Under direction, incumbents supervise a group of skilled maintenance craft workers and others in performing electrical, plumbing, refrigeration, sheet- metal or cabinet making work; make hiring selections and recommend or take disciplinary action; review plans, specifications or requisitions and determine sequence and schedule of work; assign and schedule work, frequently supervising and coordinating work on several jobs in progress, prepare estimates of manhours, costs and materials required; and maintain records as required.

Maintenance____________Supervisor (A)

Under direction, incumbents supervise a group of skilled maintenance craft workers and others in performing carpentry, locksmithing, masonry, painting, or mechanical maintenance; make hiring selections and recommend or take disciplinary action; review plans, specifications or requisitions and determine sequence and schedule of work; assign and schedule work, frequently supervising and coordinating work on several jobs in progress; prepare estimates of manhours, costs and materials required; and maintain records as required.

Assistant Maintenance_____________Supervisor (B)

Under general supervision, incumbents serve as the working supervisor for a small crew of operational level craft workers, assistants and helpers in areas of electrical, plumbing, refrigeration, sheetmetal, or cabinet making work; or serve as an assistant to a supervisor for a large group with responsibility for a particular trade or craft.

Assistant Maintenance_____________Supervisor (A)

Under general supervision, incumbents serve as the working supervisor for a small crew of operational level craft workers, assistants and helpers in areas of carpentry, locksmithing, masonry, painting, or mechanical maintenance; or serve as an assistant to a supervisor for a large group with responsibility for a particular trade or craft.

Lead Maintenance__________________(B)

Under supervision, incumbents serve as working leaders for skilled operational level craft workers, assistants and helpers in areas of electrical, plumbing, refrigeration, sheetmetal, or cabinet making work; perform duties at the operational level; transmit instructions; explain tasks to coworkers; and maintain time and material records and advise supervisors of delays, problems, material and equipment needs and progress on assignments.

Lead Maintenance__________________(A)

Under supervision, incumbents serve as working leaders for skilled operational level craft workers, assistants and helpers in areas of carpentry, locksmithing, masonry, painting, or mechanical maintenance; perform duties at the operational level; transmit instructions; explain tasks to coworkers; and maintain time and material records and advise supervisor of delays, problems, material and equipment needs and progress on assignments.

Maintenance___________________(B)

Under supervision, incumbents perform skilled building maintenance tasks as outlined in the Series Concept on a regular and continuing basis in one or more of the trades involving electrical, plumbing, refrigeration, sheetmetal, or cabinet making work.

Maintenance___________________(A)

Under supervision, incumbents perform skilled building maintenance tasks as outlined in the Series Concept on a regular and continuing basis in one or more of the trades involving carpentry, locksmithing, masonry, painting, or mechanical maintenance.

Minimum Qualifications

Maintenance Supervisor_________________(B)

Ability to read, write and perform basic arithmetic calculations; two years of experience as an operational level craft worker in one or more of the trades involving electrical, plumbing, refrigeration, sheet-metal or cabinet making work, including one year in a supervisory capacity; or an equivalent combination of education and experience.

Maintenance Supervisor___________________(A)

Ability to read, write and perform basic arithmetic calculations; two years of experience as an operational level craft worker in one or more of the trades involving carpentry, locksmithing, masonry, painting, or mechanical maintenance, including one year in a supervisory capacity; or an equivalent combination of education and experience.

Assistant Maintenance_______________Supervisor (B)

Ability to read, write and perform basic arithmetic calculations; two years of experience as an operational level craft worker in one or more of the trades involving electrical, plumbing, refrigeration, sheetmetal or cabinet making work; or an equivalent combination of education and experience.

Assistant Maintenance_______________Supervisor (A)

Ability to read, write and perform basic arithmetic calculations; two years of experience as an operational level craft worker in one or more of the trades involving carpentry, locksmithing, masonry, painting or mechanical maintenance; or an equivalent combination of education and experience.

Lead Maintenance_______________(B)

Ability to read, write and perform basic arithmetic calculations; one year of experience as an operational level craft worker in one of the following trades: electrical, plumbing, refrigeration, sheetmetal or cabinet making work; or an equivalent combination of education and experience.

Lead Maintenance_______________(A)

Ability to read, write and perform basic arithmetic calculations; one year of experience as an operational level craft worker in one of the following trades: carpentry, locksmithing, masonry, painting or mechanical maintenance; or an equivalent combination of education and experience.

Maintenance_________________(B)

Ability to read, write and perform basic arithmetic calculations; four years of responsible experience in one or more of the trades involving electrical, plumbing, refrigeration, sheetmetal, or cabinet making work, and achievement of operational level skills; or an equivalent combination of education and experience.

Maintenance________________(A)

Ability to read, write and perform basic arithmetic calculations; four years of responsible experience in one or more of the trades involving carpentry, locksmithing, masonry, painting, or mechanical maintenance, and achievement of operational level skills; or an equivalent combination of education and experience.