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http://dcgschools.com/csd/employment/HVAC_Technician.pdf Responsible for overseeing and maintaining and repairing all district HVAC equipment. Specific duties include repairing, rebuilding, and replacing bearings, motors, heat exchangers, air conditioning compressors, heating boilers, ventilation and A/C systems; order and maintain inventory. Salary Range: 45,000 - 47,000 Education and Related Work Experience: • High School diploma or equivalent • Vocational school or short term courses in EPA/C.F.C. universal certificate. Requires formal training in two of the following areas: chillers, cooling towers, boilers, furnaces, refrigeration, and air conditioning equipment • Experience of five years or more in HVAC service and repair • Knowledge of CSI building control systems preferred
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ATTENTION NEW APPLICANTS: Fill out the general application and apply for the Custodian II Various locations posting. You must start out as a Custodian II before you are able to bid on any other custodial positions. PRINCIPAL DUTIES: Under the supervision of the Manager of Building and Grounds perform the following duties: Maintain the building, mechanical systems and grounds of assigned school or building in a clean, sanitary, and safe condition. Develop work schedules and supervise work of custodians assigned to the building. Receive requests from building principal and fits them into the work schedule. Coordinate custodial schedules to building and activity needs. Maintain open, positive communication with all people served by the Custodial and Grounds Department Order supplies as needed for operation, cleaning, and maintenance of the plant. Request help from District maintenance force when conditions require above normal maintenance. Maintain a good preventative maintenance schedule on building equipment with the use of School Dude preventative maintenance program. Repair drinking fountains, faucets, stools and urinals, sweat small copper joints, repack valves and pumps. Repair electrical lights, switches, outlets, replace ballasts. Replace circuit breakers when needed. Provide preventative maintenance on door closures, hinges, locks, and panic bars. Train custodial help assigned to the building. Evaluate custodial work on daily basis. Evaluate biannually all custodial personnel assigned to the building. Ensure that the energy conservation policy of the Cedar Rapids Community School District is properly followed in the assigned building. Provide leadership and assume responsibility for the entire custodial crew assigned to the building. Must be able to pass the Physical Capacity test. Other duties as may be assigned. CLASSIFICATION: Category "D" of the salary schedule for Maintenance & Grounds Employees.
EMPLOYMENT DATE: As arranged Qualification: PREPARATION, EXPERIENCE, SKILLS Must possess positive leadership traits Serve as a positive team leader, maintains a positive attitude Ability to manage/lead people, mentor new employees, successfully uses problem solving skills Knowledge of modern cleaning methods and the use and care of materials, tools, and equipment. Ability to perform minor building and equipment repairs. Knowledge of boilers, furnaces, burners, air handling equipment, and the usual electrical and mechanical items found in modern plants. Ability to read simple drawings and blueprints. Possess physical strength, stamina, and endurance with the ability to do vigorous manual work, climb stairs and lift heavy loads. Must be able to pass the Physical Capacity Profile tests. Ability to read, write, and understand the English language. Basic electrical, mechanical, pneumatic trouble-shooting. Possess strong communication skills, customer service Computer literacy required. The above list of duties, skills, and responsibilities are not all inclusive. REASONING ABILITY: Ability to solve problems effectively. Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram or schedule form. OTHER SKILLS AND ABILITIES: Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with administrators, colleagues, community members, staff and students. Ability to speak clearly and concisely both in oral and written communication. Ability to perform duties with awareness of all district requirements and Board of Education policies. PHYSICAL DEMANDS: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job the employee is frequently required to stand, walk, climb, use hands and fingers to handle and/or feel objects, squat, stoop, kneel, reach above the head, and push/pull or lift/move heavy objects consistently throughout the day . The following list of critical demands is representative but not all-inclusive of the job. Be able to climb up and down a ladder wearing a tool belt with approximately 10 lbs of weight; shoveling with 30lb push; push/pull 40lbs effort each hand; bucket lift and pour 50lbs; office desk lift (one end) 70lbs; transfer 50lb ground to 41”; lift from 37” to 67” shelf 30lbs; carry 80lbs for 20 feet; push/pull effort 25 feet with 70lbs. The job may require up to 100 pounds of force occasionally. WORKING ENVIROMENT: The work environment is usually quiet but employee may work in areas of a building or operate equipment where hearing protection is recommended. The employee will move, stand, squat on an assortment of surfaces including tile, wood, terrazzo, and concrete. The employee will generally work inside but will be required to work outside during hot or cold weather, rain snow, sleet and icy conditions performing their duties. The employee will stand or move on surfaces that are damp. The goal of the Board of Education of the Cedar Rapids Community School District is to provide fair and equal opportunity for employment, promotion, wages, benefits and all other privileges, terms and conditions of employment. The District will affirmatively recruit women and men and members of diverse racial/ethnic groups for job categories where the representative groups are underrepresented. Further, it shall be the policy of the District not to discriminate against any employee or applicant on the basis of race, creed, color, religion, national origin, marital status, socio-economic status, sex, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, or disability in its educational programs and its employment practices. (Adherence to bona fide occupational/educational qualifications shall not be interpreted as discriminatory.)