Performs a variety of tasks which involve the upkeep, maintenance and repair of Navy Exchange and/or Navy Lodge facilities. May be assisted by lower grade maintenance associates.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Performs all or a combination of the following preventive maintenance work on equipment as scheduled by supervisor:
- Performs various carpentry tasks involved in the alteration, repair or maintenance of buildings or equipment. Repairs doors, windows, office furniture; replaces screens and wire windows guards; builds/repairs cabinets and walls using sheet rock, partitions, and extensions; replaces worn out ceiling tiles. Measures and cuts material to the required lengths and dimensions. Uses a variety of hand and power shop tools in the accomplishment of assignments.
- Paints the interior and exterior of the Exchange and/or Navy Lodge areas including walls, baseboards, shelves, counters, cases, etc. Prepares surfaces for painting by sanding, wire brushing, etc. Uses pre-mixed paints and accomplishes assignments by using roller, brushes and spray. Cleans and maintains brushes and painting equipment.
- Makes electrical repairs on defective wiring, control equipment and fixtures; may install circuit breakers and new wiring. Removes, replaces, splices, solders and/or insulates items being repaired, using a variety of hand tools.
- May make plumbing repairs that can be accomplished by removing, cleaning, replacing, packing and sealing defective parts of utility, supply and disposal systems such as dirty traps, sections of broken tile pipe and lead drains. Threads pipe and tile, caulks and seals elbows, union joints and faucets. Uses material specified in work orders or obtains replacement parts by comparsion with samples. Uses such tools and equipment as tapes, rules, hacksaws, hand and power pipe threaders and cutters, packing and caulking irons and pipe wrenches.
- May patch pot holes around the Navy Exchange/Navy Lodge parking areas. Uses asphalt, jack hammer and/or other heavy equipment.
- May operate a motor vehicle in the performance of duties. Maintains Daily Trip Report of all trips made by date, assignment time, amount of gas and vehicle used. Checks vehicle for proper maintenance. Secures vehicle designated area at end of day.
- Performs preventative maintenance and takes periodic inventory of maintenance stock and equipment.
- Maintains compliance with local safety regulations. Informs supervisor of hazardous condtions and unserviceable items.
- Works under the general supervision of a designated supervisor who makes assignments orally or in the form of work orders. Incumbent works independently using own judgement and skills in performing assignments, in selecting tools and deciding on methods and techiques to use. Work is checked upon completion for conformance with requirements.
- Performs other related duties as assigned
Is required to stand, stoop, bend, kneel, climb and work in tiring and uncomfortable positions. Frequently lifts and carries material weighing up to 50 pounds.
Works inside and outside; is exposed to dust, dirt and soiling of hands and clothing. Is also exposed to cuts and bruises.
1. Must possess a valid state driver's license or a valid commercial driver's license (CDL). Note: Associate must possess a CDL with a class 'B' endorsement if operating a vehicle with a gross vehicle weight of at least 26,000 lbs., even on an occasional basis. Incumbent must meet DOT physical and medical requirements and pass a preemmployment drug screening. 2. Must possess the knowledge and skills necessary to operate a motor vehicle safely.
Associate must receive HazMat training within 90 days of hire per Department of Transportation regulations.