Building Maintenance Mechanic II Salary $31,396.00 - $38,459.20 Annually Location Charlottesville, VA Job Type Regular Full-Time Department Public Works Department Job Number 210400011 Closing 5/28/2021 5:00 PM Eastern General Summary Support the Department of Public Works in their mission to provide professional public works services to manage natural and built systems, and foster community health, safety, and sustainability. The Facilities Maintenance (FM) Division is seeking qualified candidates to be considered for the position of Building... Read More
Building Maintenance Mechanic II
Building Maintenance Mechanic II
$31,396.00 - $38,459.20 Annually
Charlottesville, VA Job Type Regular Full-Time Department Public Works Department Job Number 210400011 Closing
5/28/2021 5:00 PM Eastern
General Summary Support the Department of Public Works in their mission to provide professional public works services to manage natural and built systems, and foster community health, safety, and sustainability. The Facilities Maintenance (FM) Division is seeking qualified candidates to be considered for the position of Building Maintenance Mechanic II who are highly motivated and who strive for success by demonstrating Charlottesville's Core Values of Leadership, Trust, Creativity, Respect, and Excellence. The starting hiring amount is $15.09 to $18.49 an hour for this position. Starting offer is based on applicable education, experience, and internal equity. The position also provides excellent benefits including 13 paid holidays, paid vacation and sick leave, health insurance options with employer contribution, employer-paid life insurance, City's retirement options, gym membership subsidy, and continuing education/training opportunities. This is a full-time, non-exempt, position. The Building Maintenance Mechanic II (Electrician) performs responsible skilled work in the maintenance and installation of mechanical fixtures and equipment for City and School facilities. Reports to the Building Maintenance Supervisor (Electrical). Essential Responsibilities and Duties Typical tasks include: inspecting electrical equipment and facilities to find the source of a problem and making required corrections and tests for satisfactory and safe operation; inspecting building systems such as HVAC and electrical equipment; installing, maintaining and making general repairs to mechanical equipment on an emergency or scheduled basis; installing and maintaining electronic control systems; participating in approved training programs to develop skill sets for advancement to higher or improved levels of competency; maintaining records of work performed; and performing related tasks as required. Position requires comprehensive knowledge of methods, materials, equipment and tools of mechanical repairs and pertinent safety requirements; general knowledge of mechanical and electrical equipment operation, and general knowledge of the hazards and safety precautions associated with equipment maintenance work. A general knowledge of HVAC systems usually found in office buildings and schools is preferred. Also requires demonstrated ability to perform general field and shop repairs on electrical and/or mechanical equipment, follow written and oral instructions, and read and work from engineered plans and specifications. Education, Experience and Skills Minimum Qualifications: - Completion of high school, vocational school or GED required; - A minimum of 2 years experience as an Electrician (or HVAC Technician) is required. Special Requirements: - A valid Virginia driver's license is required. (To view our driving eligibility requirements, visit ) - Satisfactory health condition in order to meet the physical requirements of the job. Preferred Qualification: - Completion of a vocational training program in the Electrical/HVAC trade with demonstrated ability in servicing, maintaining and repairing mechanical equipment is strongly preferred. Skill: Extensive knowledge of the maintenance, repair and of the use of common hand and specialized power tools required in the work; comprehensive knowledge of the safe use and operation and mechanical equipment required in the work. Physical Conditions & Work Contacts Physical tasks may include walking on uneven or rough surfaces; bending or stooping; working in confined spaces; working on roof tops; climbing a 10 foot ladder; performing repairs and maintenance from a 10 foot ladder; lifting and carrying items weighing 20-50 pounds, with occasional lifting of items weighing over 50 pounds. Position may require employees to work a flexible schedule including evenings and weekends. This position is subject to weather and/or non-weather emergency and standby call. Position could be called on to support FM Operations in any Incident Command System (ICS) operational period. A pre-hire background check will be conducted on all candidates who are selected for employment with the Department of Public Works. Please note: The Facilities Maintenance Division of the Public Works Department is unable to hire any applicant, intern, or volunteer if the criminal record check reveals a conviction for a barrier crime as set forth in � 22.1-296.1 of the Code of Virginia for any positions that work in Charlottesville City School Facilities. Please click here for the list of barrier crimes: https://law.lis.virginia.gov/vacode/title19.2/chapter23/section19.2-392.02/ SUMMARY OF EMPLOYEE BENEFITS Updated October 1, 2020 Benefits cited represent those for regular 40-hour employees and may differ for Management Level, Part-Time, and/or Library positions. Long-term temporary employees are eligible for all benefits except retirement. Interns, temporary, seasonal, substitute, and relief employees are not eligible for benefits. 1. LEAVE: Vacation: 3.09 hours accrued biweekly -- 0 - <3 years 3.85 hours accrued biweekly -- 3 - <5 years 4.62 hours accrued biweekly -- 5 - <10 years 5.40 hours accrued biweekly -- 10 - <15 years 6.16 hours accrued biweekly -- 15 - <20 years 6.93 hours accrued biweekly -- 20 - <25 years 7.70 hours accrued biweekly -- 25+ years Sick: 4.62 hours per biweekly pay period, approximately 120 hours a years, no limit on accumulation Holidays: 14 paid holidays per calendar year (13 observed and 1 floating) 2. INSURANCE: Aetna Medical Choose from three options with different premiums and levels of coverage: HMO: $0 premium for employee only coverage POS 1: Employee-only premium of $36.29 per biweekly pay POS 2: Employee-only premium of $13.01 per biweekly pay (Dependent coverage is available but the cost of the premium is not subsidized.) Prescription Card ($10 generic, $30 lower cost name brand, $55 higher cost name brand) Mail Order Maintenance Prescription Drug Program ($20 generic, $60 lower cost name brand, $110 higher cost brand) Dental (Delta Dental) No cost for employee only coverage. Dependent coverage is available but the cost of the premium is not subsidized. Diagnosis and Preventive -- 100% of allowable charge; Basic Dental Care - 80%; Major Dental Care - 50% Primary -- $50 deductible, 80/20 Prosthetic & Complex Restorative -- $50 deductible, 50/50 $1,500 maximum annual benefit $1,000 Orthodontic Benefit MetLife Vision Plan: Optional Employee only coverage: $2.67 bi-weekly; Dependent coverage also available at differing rates. Eye health exam, dilatation, prescription and refraction of glasses covered after $10 co-pay; $130 allowance for frames, after co-pay, plus additional discounts where accepted. Life: Two times annual salary (paid by the City) Optional supplemental life available for employee, spouse, dependents (paid by employee) AFLAC: Optional Cancer/accident/short term disability/intensive care insurance (paid by employee) Long Term Disability Protection from income loss due to long-term illness or injury (paid by the City) 3. RETIREMENT: Pension: Choose from two options: A Defined Benefit Pension plan pays a monthly benefit in retirement using a defined formula based on the employee's earnings history, tenure of service, and age. Our plan has a 5 year vesting period and an employee contribution of 5% of salary. A Defined Contribution 401a plan in which fixed contributions are paid into an individual's account by the employer, the contributions are invested, returns (positive or negative) are credited to the account, and the account balance is used to provide retirement benefits. The vesting schedule for our 401a plan is 33% after one year of service, 67% after two years of service, and 100% after three years of service. There is no required contribution from salary. (Note that: the Defined Contribution retirement plan is the only plan available for Library employees) Supplemental: Deferred Compensation (457) - employee contribution 4. OTHER BENEFITS: Flexible Spending Accounts: Health Care Expenses Dependent Care Expenses Parking/Mass Transit Expenses Parking Subsidy of $50 per month Wellness Programs: Monthly On-Site Nurse and Annual Flu Shots Health Screenings and Fairs, Education Sessions, & Weekly Fitness Classes Weight Watchers at Work Bike Commuter Program: Reimbursement of up to $20 per month for reasonable bike commuting expenses Employee Assistance Program: A variety of confidential, personal professional services for you and your family available 24 hours a day. Tuition Reimbursement: Up to $1,200 for undergraduate OR Up to $2,000 for graduate level tuition per fiscal year per employee. 01 Do you have a high school or vocational school diploma, or GED equivalency? Yes No 02 Do you have at least 2 years experience as an Electrician or HVAC Technician? Yes No 03 This position requires driving to perform essential job duties and requires a valid driver's license. The candidate selected for this position must meet the driver eligibility requirements of the City and must provide a certified copy of their DMV driving record.
Do you possess a valid driver's license and are you willing to provide a certified copy of your DMV driving record, if selected as a finalist, for the City to confirm your driving eligibility? Yes; I possess a valid driver's license and am willing to provide a certified copy of my DMV driving record. No; However, I am willing and able to obtain a valid driver's license and am willing to provide a certified copy of my DMV driving record. No; I do not have a valid driver's license, nor am I willing or able to obtain one, and/or am not willing to provide a certified copy of my DMV driving record. 04 To be considered, qualifying education and experience, including City of Charlottesville employment, must be clearly documented in the education, work history, and additional information sections of the employment application. Resumes can be attached but are not a substitute for the required information on the application.
I understand that an attached resume will not be accepted in place of a completed employment application and that my qualifications must be stated on the employment application itself. Yes No 05 I certify that the information above is true and correct, and I certify that it can be verified with reference to the information in my basic application. I understand that my application may be rejected if the responses to supplemental questions do not match my basic application. Yes No Required Question
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605 East Main Street
Charlottesville, Virginia, 22902
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