BUILDING ENGINEER Pay Grade: 6 The building engineer performs ...

Work includes prolonged standing, stooping, bending, lifting/moving materials, as well as occasional computer use. Manual dexterity, clear speech, hearing.
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BUILDING ENGINEER Pay Grade: 6 The building engineer performs duties related to the maintenance of the library building, furnishings, and grounds. Minimum Qualifications: (education, experience, and certifications) ● Previous experience or training in building trade skills ● High school diploma or equivalent ● Valid driver’s license and good driving record Minimum Competencies: (knowledge, skills, and abilities) ● Excellent interpersonal and communication skills ● Broad cultural competency knowledge and skills, and ability to work effectively with a culturally diverse workforce and community ● Initiative and independent judgement; ability to work independently ● Basic computer skills ● Experience with maintenance and snow removal equipment/tools Essential Job Functions: ● Performs electrical repairs ● Performs plumbing repairs ● Performs carpentry ● Performs painting ● Performs operation of snow removal and grounds keeping equipment ● Operates mechanical equipment ● Assists custodians and security Other Responsibilities may include: ● Performs deliveries ● May be on-call for building emergencies or holiday book drop duty ● Performs other related duties as assigned Working Conditions: ● Work includes prolonged standing, stooping, bending, lifting/moving materials, as well as occasional computer use. Manual dexterity, clear speech, hearing acuity, and correctable vision are also required. ● Ability to perform tasks while using a ladder ● Ability to navigate throughout the building and library grounds ● Noise level is generally moderate but may be high with use of various equipment ● Reasonable accommodations to these requirements will be made as needed.



Scheduling will require availability during any library operating hours, including days, evenings, and weekends. Although a schedule is established the needs of the library may require scheduling changes and flexibility.

Direct reports may include: None