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Maintenance Worker II (Maintenance Technician)

Monterey Regional Waste Management District Marina, CA

  • Posted: over a month ago
  • $28 to $36 Hourly
  • Full-Time
  • Benefits: dental, life insurance, medical, vision,
Job Description

 

DEFINITION

Under general supervision performs general labor, semi-skilled technical repair, and fabrication work related to material processing stationary equipment (Materials Recovery Facility, AKA MRF), facilities, and grounds; may assist with the more difficult and specialized maintenance and fabrication assignments; operates hand tools, industrial equipment, heavy equipment, trucks, motorized equipment, and performs other duties as assigned.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

  • Must be able to regularly work near or around high-powered magnets, as there are six such magnets inside the MRF building, which prohibit persons with pacemakers to be near or around them.
  • Performs semi-skilled preventive maintenance repair/inspection on material processing equipment such as conveyor belts, bearings, gearboxes and debris roller screens.
  • Responds to emergency equipment failure and/or service calls.
  • Perform system inspections to and troubleshoots system issues as they arise.
  • Perform welding and use of a torch, fabrication, plumbing, repairs to hydraulic and pneumatic systems.
  • Operate a variety of hand and power tools; wrenches, hammers, pry-bars, grinders, drills etc.
  • Operate District vehicles and motorized equipment, forklift, aerial lift, industrial vacuum, and trucks etc.
  • All District positions require the employee to provide good customer service to both internal and external customers, maintain positive and effective working relationships with other District employees.
  • Adhere to an assigned work schedule and meet District Attendance Standards
  • Must have flexibility to work unusual shifts, weekends, evenings, holidays, and on standby status as needed.
  • Perform other job-related duties, including heavy physical labor when needed.

DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS

Maintenance Worker I - This is an entry-level position in the Maintenance Worker series. Incumbents perform a variety of semi-skilled duties such as basic plumbing, electrical, and preventative maintenance assignments will be performed in addition to heavy physical labor. Incumbents may assist with the more difficult maintenance, repair, welding, fabrication, assignments of a MRF environment. Incumbents in this classification will be assigned to the MRF and are expected to work unusual shifts, weekends, evenings, holidays, and on standby status when required. Incumbents may be required to operate a variety of equipment utilized in the operation and maintenance of a waste management site such as forklifts, aerial lifts, light or medium trucks, loaders, sweepers etc.

Maintenance Worker II - This is an semi-skilled level position in the Maintenance Worker series. This is a working lead and is distinguished from a Maintenance Worker I by the following: the ability to provide direction and work coordination for lower level positions; the ability to work independently to accomplish various assignments under broad general direction; the ability to perform work assignments that require semi-specialized skills.

DESIRABLE QUALIFICATIONS

Knowledge of:

  • Methods, tools, equipment, and materials used in maintenance, repair, and fabrication work at a solid waste management facility, or similar processing plant.
  • Welding, cutting, fabrication, wear prevention methods, metal types, tools, and equipment.
  • Work safety methods and programs in accordance with District safety policies and OSHA requirements.
  • Methods and procedures to troubleshoot and repair hydraulic and pneumatic systems.

Ability to:

  • Understand and follow oral and written instructions.
  • Communicate clearly and effectively both orally and in writing.
  • Safely operate District vehicles and equipment.
  • Maintain cooperative working relationship with those contacted in the course of work, including the public.
  • Demonstrate and promote technical aptitude within the assigned division.
  • Perform daily record keeping and reporting.
  • Work in a team-based environment and achieve common goals.
  • Read standard detailed drawings, schematics, service manuals, and parts manuals.
  • Perform all the essential functions of the job assignment.
  • Perform semi-skilled work in the maintenance, repair, fabrication, and construction in and around the MRF.
  • Use hand and power tools skillfully.
  • Perform heavy physical labor requiring strength, dexterity, and agility.
  • Read and write at the level required for successful job performance.
  • Apply sound judgment in a variety of circumstances with or without specific instructions.
  • Ability to work safely without presenting a threat to self or others.

EDUCATION/TRAINING/Experience:

Any combination of education, training, or experience that demonstrates the applicant has the competencies necessary to fulfill the job requirements. A typical way to obtain the required knowledge and abilities would be:

Maintenance Worker I - Two (2) years of varied and responsible semi-skilled work experience performing maintenance and repair in an industrial setting of buildings, grounds, equipment, and facilities comparable to a Materials Recovery Facility such as Monterey Regional Waste Management District.

Maintenance Worker II – Four (4) years of varied and responsible advanced-skilled work experience performing maintenance and repair in an industrial setting of buildings, grounds, equipment, and facilities comparable to a Materials Recovery Facility such as Monterey Regional Waste Management District.

Possession of High School diploma or GED is desired.

Other Job Requirements:

  • CA drivers’ license
  • Possess variety of hand tools compatible with job requirements.

 

 

Company Description
Mission

Our mission is to turn waste into resources in the most cost effective and environmentally
sound manner to benefit the community.

In 2014, the MRWMD Board of Directors adopted five “Pillars of Sustainability” to guide MRWMD’s strategic initiatives with a focus on People, Finance, Environment, Community and Innovation.

Service Area

The District covers a total of 853 square miles, including the cities of Carmel-by-the-Sea, Del Rey Oaks, Marina, Monterey, Pacific Grove, Sand City, Seaside, and the unincorporated areas of Big Sur, Carmel Highlands, Carmel Valley, Castroville, Corral De Tierra, Laguna Seca, Moss Landing, Pebble Beach, San Benancio, and Toro Park. The population currently served is approximately 170,000 (see map).

District Facilities

The District’s facilities are located on its 475-acre property, 2 miles north of Marina, at the Monterey Regional Environmental Park, 14201 Del Monte Blvd. The property consists of a 315-acre permitted sanitary landfill site, a 126-acre buffer area (mostly Salinas River floodplain), 20 acres for the resource recovery facilities , a 12 acre Community Franchise Collection Facility, administrative offices, and maintenance buildings.

Don Chapin Company and Keith Day Company each lease District property for recycling operations including concrete recycling and yard trimmings composting.

Monterey Regional Waste Management District

Why Work Here?
We offer great pay with an excellent benefits package and steady, year round work!

Mission Our mission is to turn waste into resources in the most cost effective and environmentally sound manner to benefit the community. In 2014, the MRWMD Board of Directors adopted five “Pillars of Sustainability” to guide MRWMD’s strategic initiatives with a focus on People, Finance, Environment, Community and Innovation. Service Area The District covers a total of 853 square miles, including the cities of Carmel-by-the-Sea, Del Rey Oaks, Marina, Monterey, Pacific Grove, Sand City, Seaside, and the unincorporated areas of Big Sur, Carmel Highlands, Carmel Valley, Castroville, Corral De Tierra, Laguna Seca, Moss Landing, Pebble Beach, San Benancio, and Toro Park. The population currently served is approximately 170,000 (see map). District Facilities The District’s facilities are located on its 475-acre property, 2 miles north of Marina, at the Monterey Regional Environmental Park, 14201 Del Monte Blvd. The property consists of a 315-acre permitted sanitary landfill site, a 126-acre buffer area (mostly Salinas River floodplain), 20 acres for the resource recovery facilities , a 12 acre Community Franchise Collection Facility, administrative offices, and maintenance buildings. Don Chapin Company and Keith Day Company each lease District property for recycling operations including concrete recycling and yard trimmings composting.

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