The starting salary is $67,417. Additional compensation with seniority steps maximize at a salary of $83,518.
Internal Number: HERCSMMIIIR4323
The Senior Maintenance Mechanic III (Repair) assigns daily work tasks to subordinates and makes routine inspections of work performed to ensure assignments are carried out efficiently, correctly and with consideration to the priority of work. The incumbent supervises and participates in building construction work to ensure original construction layout is efficient, and that methods used ensure the maximum life of structure(s). The incumbent makes alterations and changes to plans as needed and in consultation with the appropriate staff; supervises and participates in the repair and replacement of various types of roofing and flooring, including tile to ensure safety. They ensure methods used maximize the life of materials; supervise and participate in a variety of jobs using cement including patching of steps, foundations, sidewalks, etc.; and supervise and/or perform electrical installation and repair work including rewiring buildings, repairing or installing outlets, connecting fixtures, etc. The incumbent will also supervise and participate in the installation, repair and maintenance of work stands, toilets, showers, drains, sinks, radiators and other equipment requiring plumbing connections; and participate in snow removal activities as needed.
REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS: The successful candidate must possess one of the following:
A high school or equivalency diploma and eight years of building trade work experience, four years of which must have been in a wide variety of maintenance, repair and installation work, including or supplemented by two years of experience supervising and laying out work for others in a trade.
The completion of a two year post high school course in building or construction technology and six years of building trade experience including two years of specialized experience.
Twelve years of experience in building trade work including the specialized experience listed in (a).
Depending on the work assignment, the successful candidate must meet standards of OSHA regulation 1910.134 Respiratory Protection, and will be required to meet Federal, State and local standards with respect to health and safety.
PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: Thorough knowledge of the tools, techniques and terminology of at least one of the building trades and a good knowledge of at least two others; thorough knowledge of the accident and safety precautions of the building trades; knowledge of HVAC systems and controls; ability to layout extensive maintenance, repair, reconstruction and alteration jobs in the most economical manner which adequately meet the need, specifying the amount of materials to be used and estimating time and material costs; ability to give effective supervision to lower level personnel; ability to read, write, speak, understand and communicate in English sufficiently to perform the essential tasks of the position; knowledge of computer applications such as spreadsheets, word processing, e-mail and database software; resourcefulness and imagination in meeting new and unusual building and repair problems; initiative in carrying out repair work and in seeking improved work methods; physical strength and agility; physical condition commensurate with the demands of the position.
POSITION EFFECTIVE: The position will remain open until filled.
SALARY & BENEFITS: The starting salary is $67,417. Additional compensation with seniority steps maximize at a salary of $83,518. Benefits include comprehensive health coverage, a choice of defined benefit or defined contribution pension plan, generous leave benefits, and access to tax sheltered annuities and a deferred compensation plan.
WORK SCHEDULE: The work schedule is Monday - Friday: 7:00 am - 3:00 pm.
Westchester Community College provides accessible, high quality and affordable education to meet the needs of our diverse community. We are committed to student success, academic excellence, workforce development, economic development and lifelong learning. There are approximately 12,000 full- and part-time college credit students. Continuing education students bring the total number served by the college each semester to more than 24,000.