Facilities Maintenance Mechanic
Company: Pierce Transit
Posted on: March 14, 2020
Pierce Transit is an independent municipal organization
dedicated to fulfilling the mission of improving people's quality
of life by providing safe, reliable, innovative, and useful
transportation services that are locally based and regionally
connected. We are currently recruiting for a skilled Maintenance
Mechanic to join the Facilities Maintenance Department in Lakewood,
WA. Are you a seasoned facilities maintenance mechanic with a
strong mechanical aptitude? Have you worked in a commercial or
industrial environment troubleshooting, repairing and maintaining
hydraulic hoists, electrical systems, plumbing, HVAC, compressors,
and other related building equipment and systems? Are you the go-to
person when equipment needs to be adjusted, repaired or replaced?
When you walk through a building is your eye drawn toward anything
that isn't quite right? If you answered yes to one or more of these
questions or you know someone who would, please keep reading. The
ideal candidate will be a seasoned mechanic with demonstrated
knowledge in a broad range of industrial/commercial maintenance
functions. This person will have a recent job history that includes
proven success as a "jack of all trades" with some hands-on
experience with electrical and HVAC systems, Programmable Logic
Controls (PLC), and routine and basic maintenance. We are looking
for a professional with a "can-do" attitude and the skills needed
to address a variety of maintenance needs across the organization.
The Facilities Maintenance Department has earned a reputation for
excellence as a result of the high standards they adhere to and we
are looking for a professional who is up to the challenge. Some of
this work will include: Preventative maintenance on commercial
transit building components, systems and equipment such as HVAC,
plumbing, electrical, fire protection, bus shelter, fueling and bus
wash systems and other related duties as assigned. Responsibility
for safely performing any and all assigned/required repairs. Using
sound independent judgment to make decisions and take actions on
the service, repair and maintenance of buildings, shelters and
equipment as needed and as aligned with assigned duties. Ensuring
that work standards are sufficient to meet and/or exceed quality
expectations during inspections that occur during progress and/or
upon completion and will be in full compliance with requirements.
Important note: This position may be assigned to work any shift.
Essential Functions The following functions are not intended to
serve as a comprehensive list of all duties performed in this
classification, only a representative summary of the primary duties
and responsibilities. Incumbent(s) may not be required to perform
all duties listed and may be required to perform additional,
position-specific duties. Performs required activities in a safe
manner as it relates to the repair and maintenance of buildings,
shelters, stops and related equipment in all areas of the
division's responsibility. Inspects, tests, and repairs shop
equipment such as lathes, hydraulic hoists, grinders, presses,
vises, drill presses, battery chargers, hose reels, vehicle lifts,
vehicle cleaning system, steam cleaners, parts cleaners, fire
doors, roll doors and telescoping shop doors. Diagnoses
malfunctions; inspects, tests, adjusts, repairs and replaces
complete or integral parts of all building equipment or systems.
Maintain preventive maintenance schedules as recommended by
department and/or equipment manufacturers. Estimates projects for
time, labor requirements and material. Develops cost estimates and
makes bills for material. Recommends and assists in the selection
and purchase of necessary equipment and supplies needed to perform
the assigned duties. Troubleshoots, repairs, and maintains fuel and
petroleum dispensing systems including leak detection equipment.
Inspects, troubleshoots, and repairs Compressed Natural Gas (CNG)
compressors, piping, controls, storage vessels and dispensers.
Diagnoses malfunctions and repairs heating, ventilation, and air
conditioning (HVAC) systems. Installs and repairs electrical
wiring, lights, circuit breakers, switches and controls. Runs
conduit, pulls and hooks up wire per national electrical code.
Troubleshoots and repairs programmable logic controls to include
sensors, modules and actuators. Reads and interprets programming
and makes adjustments to programming. Cuts, threads and joins pipe
and makes plumbing repairs and installations. Welds and fabricates
steel and aluminum signs, brackets, guards or components using
oxy/acetylene, wire feed or MIG/TIG equipment. Performs carpentry;
installs floor coverings; repairs and replaces windows, and doors
including hardware. Builds forms; pours, finishes, or repairs
concrete and masonry areas. Performs roof repairs as needed.
Provides on the job instruction to apprentice maintenance
mechanics. Enters and maintains information regarding materials
used and time spent on repair of various pieces of equipment and
facilities through a Computerized Maintenance Management System
(CMMS) software. Maintains a professional level of conduct,
communications and customer service with other staff, external
customers, vendors and subcontractors. Demonstrates regular and
predictable attendance. Performs other related duties as assigned.
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Location: Lakewood, WA - 98499
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