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Facilities Equipment Technician II - Electrician

  • Employer: City of Mesa Parks Recreation & Community Facilities
  • Job Position: Maintenance
  • Compensation: Hourly
  • Position: Full Time

This recruitment will be used to fill three vacancies in the Electrician assignment (Facilities, Parks/Basins, and Aquatics Maintenance); however, this recruitment will also be used to establish an eligible list to fill possible future Facilities Equipment Technician II - Electrician vacancies in other areas.

The first review of applications will be Monday, January 10, 2022.

A Facilities Equipment Technician II is responsible for performing skilled work in one or more mechanical equipment trade areas such as: heating, ventilation, and air conditioning/refrigeration (HVAC/R); electrical; plumbing; evaporative coolers; and other mechanical equipment in City buildings. Employees perform a wide variety of skilled tasks in installing, maintaining, and repairing HVAC/R, plumbing, mechanical equipment, and electrical systems, equipment, and fixtures. In addition, this classification is responsible for independently planning and completing large maintenance projects which includes developing a scope of work, obtaining proposals, securing funding, awarding the project, following through to a successful completion, and documenting. This position may also act as a lead worker for Facilities Equipment Technician I or Trades Workers on various projects. Work assignments are varied and may be received verbally or in writing. This class performs other related duties as required.

A Facilities Equipment Technician II is distinguished from a Facilities Equipment Technician I by the ability to independently plan, manage, and complete larger and more complex building maintenance projects. Additionally, the Facilities Equipment Technician II is expected to demonstrate a greater specialized knowledge and work independently by prioritizing their time, utilizing problem solving methods, and demonstrating good judgment and a high degree of tact and diplomacy. Employees may progress to this class by noncompetitive promotion upon meeting the specific criteria-based promotion requirements of performance and certification. Responsibilities require the exercise of initiative and independent judgment in troubleshooting malfunctions and determining the proper method of repair. A Facilities Equipment Technician II is subject to stand-by duty and 24-hour call-out. Employees are required to use appropriate safety equipment and procedures in performing assignments. This class is FLSA nonexempt.

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