This is a skilled position responsible for efficient and workmanlike performance of a variety of building, installation, maintenance and repair tasks in one or more of the electrical, mechanical or construction trades such as carpentry, plumbing, painting, electrical repair, welding, sheet metal work, auto mechanics, masonry, sewage facilities maintenance, and municipal water distribution systems. General instructions are received regarding work of ordinary difficulty while permitting some leeway for planning the technical details. Detailed instructions are usually received for new or difficult assignments.
The Maintenance Mechanic II, as distinguished from the Maintenance Mechanic I, does not have responsibility for implementing and completing a large project or the coordination of many activities or trade skills and is not required to possess as high a skill level as a Maintenance Mechanic I. The work is reviewed by immediate observation, periodic spot checks, having completed work checked, or by another step in the completion of the work. The employee reports directly to, and works under the general supervision of, a Maintenance Mechanic I or other higher level staff member. The Maintenance Mechanic II may provide lead supervision over Maintenance Mechanic III's, Laborers, or other lower level employees. Does related work as required.
Graduation from high school or possession of an equivalency diploma, plus one (1) year of experience as a skilled worker in one or more of the electrical, mechanical, or construction trades.
Note: Additional experience may be substituted for the high school diploma on a year-for-year basis.
$28,260 - $35,841 annually
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