Under general supervision, provides a variety of skilled construction, alteration, maintenance, and repair of facilities and buildings. This position works primarily in one of several areas of specialization, but is fully qualified and capable of performing work and assisting others in a different specialty; and performs a variety of tasks relative to assigned area of responsibility.
Examples Of Functions and Tasks
REPRESENTATIVE DUTIES – The following duties are typical for this job classification. Incumbents may not perform all of the listed duties and/or may be required to perform additional or different duties from those set forth below to address business needs and changing business practices.
Installs, maintains, troubleshoots, and repairs electrical distribution systems and fixtures; installs, adjusts, repairs, or replaces electric lights, motors, heaters, generators, transformers, switchboards, and other electrical apparatus; installs transmission lines for electrical equipment.
Performs a variety of painting and varnishing duties; prepares and finishes various surfaces; paints walls, doors, rooms, buildings, and parking lots using spray equipment or brushes; finishes surfaces to comply with applicable building codes or District standards.
Performs plumbing duties; inspects, maintains, and repairs complete plumbing systems, including other fluid flows such as natural gas; fits, installs, and repairs water lines, heaters, seals, and valves.
Performs carpentry duties; constructs, fabricates, installs, repairs, or replaces doors, walls, signs, desks, counters, shelves, and storage units; participates in the construction of buildings and structures.
Performs locksmith duties; installs, repairs, and replaces locks and latches; installs electronic door mechanisms.
Maintains swimming pools and water reservoir/treatment pools to comply with applicable health and safety standards; checks water level and tests temperature, chemical levels, and control valves.
Inspects, tests, and repairs smoke and heat sensors, fire alarms, pulls, and panels; conducts maintenance on fire sprinkler flow switches; resets fire alarm panels and tests wiring connections.
Maintains current knowledge of elevator emergency safety and evacuation procedures.
Inspects roofs for leaks and potential leaks; repairs leaks and performs preventative maintenance.
Performs a variety of masonry duties including construction and repair of masonry walls, benches, edgings and faces.
Maintains required records and makes reports; prepares reports on work completed and materials used.
Operates maintenance equipment, including forklifts and loaders; performs minor maintenance work on equipment as necessary.
May train and provide work direction to assigned student workers and temporary help as assigned.
Performs related duties as required.
QUALIFICATIONS – The following generally describes the knowledge and ability required to enter the job and/or be learned within a short period of time in order to successfully perform the assigned duties.
Basic to journeyman level electrical, plumbing, carpentry, locksmith, and commercial painting work methods, practices, techniques, and procedures.
Federal, state and local fire and building codes and ordinances.
Fire prevention system operation, maintenance and repair techniques.
Layout and fabrication techniques.
General maintenance power and hand tools and materials and their safe operation and uses.
Building repair methods and techniques.
Swimming pool maintenance techniques, including pool chemistry.
Record keeping techniques.
General safety precautions and procedures, including safe lifting techniques and safe handling, storage and disposal of hazardous materials.
Perform basic to journeyman level electrical, plumbing, carpentry, locksmith, and commercial painting work skillfully and in a timely manner.
Promptly respond to emergencies, including fire alarms and power outages.
Maintain effective working relationships with students, staff, managers, external contacts, and the general public.
Coordinate with staff and others to minimize delays or interruptions to administrative or instructional activities.
Operate trucks, forklifts, boom trucks, chain hoists, electric high-lift equipment, and maintenance equipment, including hand and power tools.
Read and interpret engineering drawings, sketches, blueprints, schematics, and building and fire codes.
Operate, maintain, and repair fire prevention systems.
Lay out and fabricate specialized tools and other items.
Keep accurate records.
Estimate scope of written and/or oral orders and secure necessary tools, equipment, and materials to complete assignments expeditiously.
Maintain swimming pools, including pool water chemistry.
Work independently or collaboratively.
Follow oral and written directions.
Read and write sufficiently to perform the duties of the classification.
Observe general safety precautions and procedures, including those for safe lifting and safe handling, storage and disposal of hazardous materials.
Communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing.
Establish and maintains effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of works.
Education and Experience Guidelines: Any combination of education and experience that would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be:
Equivalent to the completion of the twelfth grade.
Three years of facilities maintenance experience from basic to journey level which typically includes electrical, plumbing, carpentry, locksmith, and painting tasks.
License or Certificate:
Possession of a valid California driver’s license.
Possession of, or ability to obtain, a Forklift Certificate.
Possession of, or ability to obtain, a Hazardous Materials Awareness Training Card.
Possession of, or ability to obtain, an Asbestos Awareness Training Certificate.
Possession of, or ability to obtain, a Bloodborne Pathogens Exposure Control Program Certificate.
PHYSICAL DEMANDS AND WORKING ENVIRONMENT- The conditions herein are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential job functions.
Environment: Work is performed in both indoor and outdoor environments; travel from site to site; exposure to noise, dust, electrical energy, grease, smoke, fumes, noxious odors and gases; work and/or walk on various types of surfaces including slippery or uneven surfaces. Positions may be required to work evenings, nights, and weekends.
Physical: Primary functions require sufficient physical ability and mobility to perform moderately strenuous manual labor; to stoop, bend, kneel, crouch, reach, and twist; to lift, carry, push, and/or pull moderate to heavy amounts of weight; dexterity of hands and fingers to operate specialized hand and power tools and equipment; operate assigned equipment; to stand and walk for extended periods of time; and to verbally communicate to exchange information.
Vision: See in the normal visual range with or without correction.
Hearing: Hear in the normal audio range with or without correction.
Sierra College is a Community College located near Sacramento, California where a heavy emphasis is placed on academic excellence and student success. Since its founding in 1936, Sierra College has focused on quality instruction and meeting the evolving needs of the students and communities that it serves. The Sierra Community College District covers more than 3,200 square miles and serves the Northern California foothill counties of Placer and Nevada, as well as parts of El Dorado and Sacramento. We serve over 18,000 students throughout the region in both on-ground and online courses, including students at our main Rocklin Campus as well as at three centers located in Grass Valley, Tahoe/Truckee, and Roseville. Our District prides itself on academic excellence, having been named an Aspen Prize for College Excellence eligible institution for 2019.
Sierra College has a strong commitment to the achievement of equity and inclusion among its faculty, staff, and students and values the rich, diverse backgrounds that make up the campus community. A strong candidate for this position must demonstrate a profound understanding of and experience with successfully supporting individuals with varying backgrounds. This includes persons with disabilities, various gender identities and sexual orientations, as well as individuals from historically underrepresented communities and other groups. Our District is committed to providing strategies for success and proactive student-centered practices and policies focused on eliminating equity gaps to ensure the District provides an inclusive educational and employment environment focused on strategies for success and equitable outcomes for all.
As an institution, Sierra College is committed to eliminating the equity gap in all student populations with dynamic, learner-centered practices and policies that fully engage the college community. The ideal candidate will share the College’s commitment to helping its racially and socioeconomically diverse students succeed in their degree and career objectives. Currently, Sierra College enrolls 18,300 students per term, where approximately: 21% of Sierra College’s students are Latino/a/x, 3% are African-American, 3% are Filipino, 6% are Asian-American, 1% are Native American, 1% are Pacific Islander, 7% are multiracial and 57% are White.
The successful candidate will join a College dedicated to the use of culturally responsive strategies and methods that meet the varying needs of our students, faculty, staff, and surrounding community. Sierra College demonstrates its commitment to equity by supporting ongoing professional development for students, faculty, and staff. These opportunities include trainings and workshops on equity and inclusion, SC4 (Sierra College Community, Creativity, Culture, and Collaboration Training), active Academic Senate standing committees concerned with student success and equity, a Presidential Equity Advisory Committee (PEAC), culturally responsive student engagement centers, support for our undocumented and AB540 students, campus-wide equity summits, a robust set of programs, events, and conferences related to equity-mindedness and supporting the success of our diverse students.
REQUIRED APPLICATION DOCUMENTS
A Sierra College application,
A resume, and
A cover letter of no more than 4 pages that addresses:
Please describe the transferable experience, knowledge, skills and abilities you possess to serve in this role.
What culturally-inclusive/equity-minded practices/strategies would you incorporate into this role?
Please describe your evidence of responsiveness to and understanding of the racial, socioeconomic, academic, and cultural diversity, including individuals with different ability statuses (e.g., physical and/or learning) and how these factors relate to the need for equity-minded practices in the department and the campus community.
Given the current pandemic in our country, interviews will likely take place virtually via Zoom or a conference call.
TRAVEL EXPENSES BORNE BY THE CANDIDATE (if in person interviews)
Other terms and conditions of employment are specified in the applicable collective bargaining agreements on file in the District Human Resources Department. Position description of record on file in the Human Resources Department.
*Sierra Community College District currently operates campuses in Rocklin, Roseville, Truckee and Grass Valley. In its management of a multi-campus environment, the District reserves right of assignment including the right to change assignment locations and shift assignments based on District need. Although this position may currently reside at the Rocklin campus, the assignment location may be subject to change as needed. Additionally, the district reserves the right to cancel, revise or re-announce this position as well as any and all positions at any time.
EEO/TITLE IX EMPLOYER
Sierra College is an equal employment opportunity employer committed to nondiscrimination and the achievement of diversity and equity among its faculty, staff, and students.
Persons with inquiries about the application of Title IX and/or EEO may contact the Director of Diversity, EEO & Title IX (Title IX Coordinator) at the address below, at (916) 660-7006 or via email at EEOT9@sierracollege.edu.
Persons with questions regarding reasonable accommodation of physical and other disabilities should contact the Sierra College Human Resources Department at (916) 660-7105.
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