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Kalispell Public Schools Maintenance Engineer in Kalispell, Montana

FTE 1.0

Job Responsibilities:

Performs maintenance and repairs to mechanical and physical structures throughout the district, maintaining a high standard of safety and efficiency. Duties will include, but will not be limited to the following: plumbing, electrical repairs, mechanical repairs, HVAC, boilers heating plants, doors and locks, minor carpentry, window replacement, drywall work. Operates and maintains district-owned equipment. Maintains an inventory and recommends purchase of suitable supplies, parts, tools, and equipment. May get quotes from suppliers as directed. Utilizes work order system as directed. Coordinates maintenance assignment to work in unison with other Facilities Services, Information Technology or other areas. Actively promotes teamwork. Effectively works within and utilizes maintenance budget as director by the Facilities and Operations Supervisor. Works positively and cooperatively with school employees and the general public. Promotes the safety, health, and comfort of the students, public and district employees. Assists in monitoring the inventory of maintenance supplies, equipment and materials. Works according to the collective bargaining agreement, board policies and procedures. Performs related duties and works on special projects as required. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

Knowledge of the proper operation of mechanical systems including but not limited to; boilers, pumps, mechanical cooling, plumbing and electrical, HVAC building management systems Skill in operating maintenance and construction equipment. Ability to meet a high standard of safety and health code regulations. Ability to effectively and efficiently utilize labor and material resources. Ability to be on call for after hour emergencies when contacted. Ability to complete and hold the required AHERA 16 hour certification for maintenance workers who work around asbestos. Ability to successfully attain/maintain a State of MT low pressure boiler’s operator’s license. Ability to maintain a clean driving record and driver’s license. Ability to pass a physical screening and federal background check. Ability to effectively communicate. Ability to work effectively with people from a variety of culturally diverse backgrounds. Ability to establish positive working relationships with others. Ability to follow directions. Ability to maintain regular and acceptable attendance levels. Minimum Qualifications:

High school diploma or equivalent; AND, Two years of relevant experience; AND Low pressure boiler’s license upon employment or ability to attain within 90 days of employment; AND A valid Montana driver’s license upon employment.

Physical Demands:

Ability to stand on feet for extended periods of time, stoop, bend, lift and carry items up to 80 pounds.

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