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Maintenance Mechanical Technologist I & II

Department:Heavy Maintenance
Updated:12/1/11
Effective:1/1/12
Approved STPUD:NH
Approved LOCAL 39:CS

Job Summary

Under the supervision of the Maintenance Supervisor, performs major and difficult repair and maintenance on a wide variety of machinery and equipment in the water/wastewater systems. Requires the responsibility for carrying out stated repair and maintenance procedures assigned by Maintenance Mechanical Technologist Supervisor under the District’s work order system.

Job Physical Requirements Analysis

Job Specific Body Movements Occasionally
1/3 of time or less
Frequently
1/3 – 2/3 of time
Continuously
More than 2/3 of time
Sitting5% of day  
Standing  95% of day
Walking  95% of day
Driving5% of day  
Hearing  100% of day
Speaking  100% of day
Lifting 1-20 lbs X 
Lifting 20-50 lbs X 
Lifting 50+ lbsX  
Working/reaching above shoulder X 
Working w/arms extended @ shoulder level  X
Working with body bent over at waist X 
Working in kneeling position X 
Crawling X 
Climbing stairs X 
Climbing ladder X 
Major Hand  X
Pulling  X
Pushing  X
Fine Manipulation X 
Typing/KeyboardX  
WritingX  
Simple Grasping  X
FilingX  
Power Grip  X
Tools  X
Equipment  X
Hand Twisting  X
Folding  X

Height from Floor of Objects to Be Reached or Worked On:

Object Height
Piping40 feet or more
Roofing ventilation40 feet or more
Furnace duct work35 feet or more

Equipment Used

Hoists, cranes, forklifts, dollies, and other related equipment, self-contained breathing apparatus, ½ ton, ¾ ton, and 1 ton trucks, dump trucks, 17-ton crane, 2-ton flatbed, loaders, backhoes, and other related equipment.

Working Conditions

  1. Above and below ground work; height to 40-feet, below ground depths to 20-feet.
  2. Exposure to extreme weather conditions, freezing temperatures, snow.
  3. Exposure to dust, ash, odors, chemicals, C1 2 gas, SO 2 gas, methane gas, and welding fumes.
  4. Confined space entry, tanks, filters, and furnace hearth repairs.