• Facilities Maintenance Lead

  • City of Burlington
    Job Description
    This position performs a variety of hands-on electrical, carpentry, plumbing, mechanical and HVAC work in the maintenance and repair of City facilities and various City infrastructures. Though primarily in the Facility Maintenance Department, this position may be temporarily assigned tasks in other public works departments as part of a team effort. This position performs the duties of the Utility 1 position in addition to the Facilities Lead responsibilities. This position reports directly to the Facilities Maintenance Supervisor.
     
    APPLICATION PROCESS:Only applicants meeting the minimum job qualifications will be considered. Application materials required: Cover letter, Resume, and completed City of Burlington job application. Submit to Brittany Nelson, Human Resources Manager, 833 S Spruce Street, Burlington, WA 98233 or by email brittanyn@burlingtonwa.gov. Position open until filled; first review will take place on 06/12/19 Following a review of applications, the highest qualified applicants will be interviewed.
    Qualifications
    High School diploma or GED Required. • At least five (5) years increasingly responsible supervisory and applicable work experience in the construction trade, specifically HVAC, carpentry, and/or electrical. • Must possess and maintain a valid minimum Class B Washington State Commercial Driver’s License (or the ability to obtain within six (6) months) with a driving record applicable to the City’s insurance carrier; a driver’s abstract from the Department of Licensing must be provided to the Human Resources Department prior to offer of employment. • Valid First Aid and CPR cards or ability to obtain prior to the completion of a six (6) month probationary period. • A valid Washington State Flagger’s card or ability to obtain prior to the completion of a six (6) month probationary period. • Ability to acquire a Washington State herbicide applicator's license within twelve (12) months of hire. • Ability to acquire basic fork-lift qualification within (12) months of hire. • Ability to acquire a Blood Borne Pathogens training certificate prior to the completion of a six (6) month probationary period.
     
    Special Requirements
    The applicant must be able to pass the following required testing as part of the employment process: - Criminal background investigation - Pre-Employment Medical Examination and Drug Screening (provided by the City of Burlington)
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