Girl Scouts San Diego Julian, San Diego, CA, USA
Aug 23, 2018Full time
Under direct supervision the Maintenance Technician - Water Systems Operator performs both routine and complex maintenance, repair and custodial duties for Council mountain properties, facilities and water systems, in accordance with Council policies, procedures and standards. Works closely with camp directors, volunteers and council staff to ensure troops, camp visitors and campers have a successful camping experience. ESSENTIAL DUTIES and RESPONSIBILITIES Undertake and complete preventative and routine maintenance for facilities, machinery and equipment which includes tasks ranging from custodial care to implementation of proscribed maintenance and repair procedures. Assist property supervisors in preparing camp property and facilities for Girl Scouts activities Open and close all outdoor camping units by cleaning, stocking and making repairs, turning on water systems, moving equipment, winterizing pipes and water systems, etc., as necessary Perform year-round grounds maintenance assignments including rodent control, carpentry, plumbing, electrical, painting, etc. Ensure work orders and requests are completely timely and accurately; document maintenance, repairs and calibration on instrumentation and support equipment Collaborate with property department supervisors in the maintenance and repair of electrical and fixed water systems. Maintain chlorine injection systems for well water treatment Maintain accurate logs and maintenance records for well and water system operations Perform preventive and corrective maintenance on all council vehicles, heavy and auxiliary equipment; ensure all vehicles and equipment are in safe and operational condition. Maintain up to date vehicle maintenance work lists, records, registration and title documentation. Schedule and administer fleet maintenance in a cost effective method Maintain department tools and inventory Troubleshoot and replace electrical components Observe all safety precautions and complies with all council safety policies and procedures. REQUIREMENTS High School diploma or equivalent A technical degree, certificate or equivalent military training in the machinery/heavy equipment repair trades required; degree, certificate or equivalent experience in welding procedures At least two (2) years of experience constructing, repairing and maintaining various water distribution, collection or storage systems. Experience maintaining and repairing valves, pumps, backflow prevention devices, meters, water or related systems. California issued Water Distribution Operator Certificate to be maintained throughout employment (or ability to complete the requirements for a T-1 Water Operator Certificate) Knowledge of construction and maintenance materials, procedures, and equipment with particular reference to water systems Must be able to operate a variety of light and medium-duty motorized maintenance and construction equipment, including forklifts, trucks, tractors, and other motorized vehicles. Able to regularly lift/move up to 60 pounds Proficiency in safe and proper use of power equipment, light/heavy machinery and building materials Ability to work well under pressure and perform multiple tasks simultaneously with frequent interruptions; effective time management skills, excellent organizational skills, and the ability to establish and maintain priorities and meet deadlines. High level of professionalism and integrity with the ability to work with all levels within the organization, vendors, campers, etc. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills to work effectively and maintain professional and positive work relationships with other staff, vendors, campers and other camp property visitors. Regular and timely attendance is required; flexibility to be on call as assignments become available; ability to work nights and weekends as needed. Working knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, etc. Must have and maintain a valid California driver license, car insurance, and access to reliable transportation, throughout employment. Daily and/or occasional travel may be required Adhere to safety standards, cleanliness, and fire prevention policies, procedures and laws Belief in the mission and values of Girl Scouting; be willing to subscribe to the principles expressed in the Promise and Law. CORE COMPETENCIES Demonstrated competencies in Safety and Security, Customer Responsiveness, Personal Integrity and Professional Conduct, Problem-Solving, Self Management, Time Management, Adaptability, Oral Communication WORK CONDITIONS Activities occur both inside and outside and employee is subject to both environmental conditions; however, employee is not substantially exposed to adverse environmental conditions. PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS While performing the duties of this job the employee is regularly required to talk and hear; reach with hands and arms, use hands to finger, handle, or feel objects. The employee is required to walk, stoop, kneel, or bend. Specific vision abilities include close vision and ability to adjust focus. The employee may occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds. The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this position. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions for this position.