The Maintenance Technician II will perform a variety of maintenance functions in carpentry, construction, painting, welding, electrical HVAC and plumbing. Additionally, the Maintenance Technician II will evaluate, plan, assign, and oversee required repair and maintenance work orders for maintenance staff.
TO APPLY: This is a continuous recruitment with the first review of applications beginning April 2, 2020. Interested applicants are encouraged to apply immediately.
This is the career level of the series. At this level, the incumbent has some latitude for independent judgment and may vary work methods and procedures, but usually within prescribed parameters.
SUPERVISION EXERCISED AND RECEIVED
- Receives general supervision from departmental supervisory roles
- No formal supervisory responsibilities, but may provide occasional direction to lower level workers
- Perform routine preventive maintenance of heating, ventilating and air conditioning equipment including visual inspections.
- Receive and fulfill work order requests from department management.
- Perform preventive electrical maintenance on all types of railroad and building electrical equipment; diagnose and troubleshoot malfunctions.
- Adhere strictly to safety rules, regulations and safe work practices.
- Perform carpentry, door hardware and painting projects as needed.
- Cut and shape wood, plastic, fiberglass or drywall using hand and power tools.
- Lay out, fabricate and weld complex materials using gas, heliarc and acetylene equipment in the shop and at field sites.
- Install and replace electrical circuits, switches, panels, conduit, wiring and fixtures up to 480VAC.
- Maintain, analyze, and repair digital controls, frequency drives, related controls.
- Measure, cut, bend, sweat and thread pipe according to measurements specified in work orders or sketches, or by measurements taken from sample.
- Troubleshoot and install equipment such as water heaters, various pumps and controls.
- Operate and make regular inspections of transformers, circuit breakers, automatic motor control circuits, disconnects, overhead cranes, exhaust and intake fans.
- Assist in the installation, maintenance and repair of telecommunication systems.
- Build and install a variety of materials throughout the facilities.
- Ensure SCRRA's support systems, equipment and facilities are maintained to a high level of quality and reliability and available when needed.
- Participate in performing the most complex work of the unit including the more complex maintenance assignments as well as administrative support duties.
- Ensure that maintenance technicians practice safe working habits and workspaces are well organized and clean.
- Cross-train assigned employees in their areas of work including construction, maintenance, and repair methods, procedures, and techniques.
- Ensure tools and equipment are being maintained and in good working order.
- Procure materials necessary for ongoing maintenance projects.
- Encourage maintenance staff members to share their area of expertise with fellow staff members to promote cross training and team building.
- Assist maintenance technicians in task planning, protection of work area, impact on daily operations, preparation of material lists, tool and equipment requirements and time estimates before starting an assigned task.
- Complete work order documentation accurately and in a timely manner posting all labor and materials to the appropriate task.
- Perform daily staff safety briefing, documentation and attend all required railroad safety courses. Ensures the Facilities and Fleet Maintenance Manager is kept abreast of all facility maintenance and operational issues.
- Communicate with subcontractors.
- Perform other related duties as assigned.
- High school diploma, GED, or its equivalent.
- A minimum of (4) of experience in in carpentry, welding, HVAC and electrical fields.
- A minimum of (2) of experience planning welding work, making estimates on required materials, use of equipment and test equipment.
- A combination of training, education and or experience that provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities may be considered when determining minimum qualifications. Advanced relevant coursework may also substitute for a portion of required experience.
- Valid Class C Driver's license with a satisfactory driving record of no more than three moving violations and no DUI's within the last three years.
- Some trade school
- HVAC, electrical, carpentry, and/or plumbing professional license.
- Preventative maintenance requirements
- Plumbing and pipe fitting
- Electrical work
- HVAC mechanics
- Driving and towing vehicles in all weather conditions
- Accurately document preventative maintenance work
- Maintain effective and open communication with various associates
- Transition between a stationary position at a desk or work location and move about Metrolink facilities or other work site locations
- Operate tools to perform the duties of the position; such as computers, office equipment and work-related machinery
- Transport equipment or boxes up to 25lbs
- Exchange ideas by means of communication
- Visual acuity to detect, identify and observe employees or train movement and any barriers to movement when working on or near railroad tracks
- Hear and perceive the nature of sounds when working on or near railroad tracks
- Balance, ascend/descend, climb, kneel, stoop, bend, crouch or crawl within assigned working conditions and or locations
Position requires work in a normal office environment with little exposure to excessive noise, dust, or temperature. Work may also be conducted in outdoor environments, at construction sites, Railroad Track and Right-of-Way environments, and warehouse environments, with possible exposure to individuals who are hostile or irate, moving mechanical parts, and loud noises (85+ decibels, such as heavy trucks, construction, etc.)
Following a review of resumes and/or applications, the most highly qualified candidates will be invited to continue in the selection process. Eligible applicants will be notified of the exact time and place of assessments and interview. Candidates will be interviewed to determine their relative knowledge, skills and ability in job related areas. Offers of employment may be contingent upon successful completion of a reference check, including degree verification and criminal records check provided through SCRRA .
Internal Candidates: Employees with active discipline as defined in the HR Policy No. 5.3 Positive Discipline Program and/or with performance that does not meet the standard for "meets expectations" as defined in the Performance Planning and Appraisal Process may be precluded from consideration and placement in the position.
In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, the SCRRA will provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities and encourages both prospective and current employees to discuss potential accommodations with the employer.
The SCRRA is an Equal Opportunity Employer. EEO/ADA
- Employee Events
- Employee Referral Program
- Life Insurance
- Long Term Disability
- Maternity/Paternity Paid Leave
- Medical, Dental and Vision
- Paid Holidays
- Paid sick days
- Professional Development
- Retirement / Pension Plans
- Subsidized Commuting
- Tuition Reimbursement
- Vacation/paid time off