Clear Creek Independent School District
$16.86 minimum/hour (individua
Corpus Christi, TX, United States
Under the direct supervision of the Foreman and the general supervision of the Administrative Officer Facility Maintenance.
High School graduate or equivalent. Valid class C Texas driver’s license, and be insurable by the district.
Special Knowledge/Skills Required:
Three-3) years experience in general repair of commercial buildings. Knowledge of proper use of hand and power tools, machines and equipment used in the repair, maintenance, and upkeep of facilities. Knowledge of applicable State and Local codes.
Required: Basic computer operation preferred, e.g. word processing, use of Email.
Apprentice level experience in the one or more trades related to building maintenance.
Concentration (detailed work), communicating (verbal/written), interpretive skills (policy, procedure, data), reasoning skills, understanding verbal instructions, and analyzing, differentiating, memorizing, reading, coordinating, emotional control.
Perform, under the general supervision of the foreman, a variety of skilled craft work in the maintenance and upkeep of school buildings, facilities, and miscellaneous equipment; perform skilled craft work in one or more of the buildings; maintenance trades; perform other related work as may be required.
MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES & REQUIREMENTS:
Perform skilled maintenance, repair and construction work in specific trade and the basic trades such as carpentry, painting, electrical, plumbing, and heating and refrigeration.
Required analyzing problem areas and determining the best course of action to correct the areas of concern.
Assumes responsibility of safe operation and care of assigned service vehicle, tools, and equipment.
Work within assigned vertical team and or district wide.
Cleans up and removes salvage materials from work site.
Assures that proper time, material, and work related data is noted on all work orders.
Assumes responsibility for the quality control of all work done.
Adheres to district guidelines and policies in the purchase of material, equipment, and tools.
Assume all other duties assigned to serve the needs as determined to be in the best interest of the CCISD.
Repair or assist in the framing, cover and installation of roof fixtures.
Repair or assist in the installation, tape and texture drywalls, of sheet rock and paneling.
Repair or assist in the repair or modification of furniture, desks, tables and bookcases.
Repair or assist in the repair, replace, program or re-keying of entry locks, make keys.
Repair or assist in the replacement of door closures, panic latches and bars.
Repair or assist in the repair or installation, test service and maintain electrical and lighting systems, including conduit and duct systems, light and power circuits, junction boxes, switches and receptacles.
Repair or assist in the repair or replace electrical units for dishwashers, refrigerators, garbage disposals, stoves and other kitchen equipment.
Repair or assist in the repair and maintenance of heating and air conditioning systems and related equipment, including fans, blowers, thermostats, pumps and motors.
Change HVAC air filters as required.
Repair or assist in the installation of interior and exterior wiring for new and altered facilities.
Repair or assist in the installation, repair, and maintain plumbing systems, appliances, water supply and sewer lines, storm drains and gas lines; repair and replace valves, fittings, ball cocks and pack faucets.
Perform or assist in cutting and threading of pipe.
Perform or assist in welding, soldering, caulking and brazing when necessary.
Assist in the installation or repair of hot water heaters, garbage disposals and other appliances.
Repair or assist in maintaining, repair, or installation of manual and automatically operated sprinklers and irrigation controls, timing devices, sprinkler heads, back-flow and anti-siphon valves and lines.
Repair or assist in the service or replace clock motors and micro-switches.
Perform or assist in applying, using brush, roller, or spray gun, paint, varnish, shellac, enamel, lacquer or other protective or decorative finishes to a variety of surfaces.
Perform or assist in preparing surfaces for painting.
Perform or assist in the refinishing of furniture.
Perform or assist in painting signs, door numbers, paint lines or athletic courts and parking lots.
Perform or assist installation or replace, floor and ceiling tiles.
Perform other duties assigned by supervisor or his designee.
SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: None WORKING CONDITIONS:
Lifting (heavy, 45 pounds or over), carrying (heavy, 45 pounds or over), stooping, walking, climbing (stairs, ladders, scaffold, ramps), balancing, crouching, kneeling, pulling, crawling, working in confined areas, pushing, reaching, repetitive hand motions, visual acuity, driving (car, truck, bus).
Outside temperature extremes, noises, vibrating, slippery surfaces, sunlight, works around moving objects, kneeling, chemical exposure (asbestos, fumes, vapors, gases, dusts, smoke, etc.), inside, humidity extremes, low or intense illumination, microwaves, uneven surfaces, works with hands in water, works around machinery with moving parts, works alone, prolonged or irregular hours, biological exposure (insects, mold, fungi, bacteria, animals, plants, etc.).
The foregoing statements describe the general purpose and responsibilities assigned to this job and are not an inclusive, list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills that may be required.
Clear Creek Independent School District
Website : http://www2.ccisd.net
The Clear Creek Independent School District is home to explorers and adventurers! Nestled along the NASA Johnson Space Center in Houston and the boating waters of the Gulf of Mexico, Clear Creek ISD proudly serves the educational growth of more than 37,500 students every year and continues to be one of the most desirable places to raise a family in the Greater Houston area. Clear Creek ISD is the 29th largest school district in Texas, out of 1,031 districts. Our district spans 103 square miles, 13 municipalities, and two counties (Harris and Galveston). We are governed by a high performing Board of Trustees, seven elected community members representing areas of the district. We pride ourselves on involving our stakeholders in making curriculum, finance, and policy decisions, and all of our decisions are made with the best interest of children in mind.