Maintenance Worker


JOB REQUIREMENTS: Reporting to the Facilities Director, the Maintenance
Worker performs skilled and semi-skilled maintenance of buildings,
equipment and grounds. Hours for the role are: 3:30 PM-12:00 AM,
Monday-Friday. The pager rotation schedule includes approximately 1 week
out of every 4-6 weeks. Overtime as required Outagamie County Offers:
Health, Dental, and Vision options start the 1st of the month following
30 days of employment. HSA (Health Savings Account) is available with
employee/employer contributions or an FSA (Flexible Savings Account) is
available. Life Insurance for Full-Time Employees (Paid for by the
County) Short-term Disability (optional) Long-term Disability available
for Full-Time Employees (Paid for by the County) Vacation, Comp Time,
Sick Leave, Paid Holidays up to 12 days Employee and Family Health
Clinic located in the County Administration Building Continuing
Education Retirement Options: Deferred Comp (Public Sector Retirement
Savings Plan) Wisconsin Retirement System (retirement plan in which the
county pays a portion and the employee pays an amount) Outagamie County
offers Benefit options and paid time off for team members that work 20
or more hours per week. Learn more today by visiting:
Key Responsibilities: The following duties are normal for this position.
These are not to be construed as exclusive or all-inclusive. Other
duties may be required and assigned. Troubleshoot and make minor
adjustments and repairs to boilers, air conditioning, plumbing,
electrical, and other building systems. Checks, services and repairs
pumps, fans, elevators, air conditioners, etc. Perform preventative
maintenance to keep equipment clean and in good working condition.
Perform painting and minor repairs to buildings, equipment and
furniture. Perform moves of office furniture, supplies and equipement.
Perform lawncare, landscaping and snow removal duties as required.Use
computer to maintain records of work performed, access the building
automation system, accessing blueprints and manuals, SDS sheets, email,
time reporting and other common functions. Operate pickup trucks with
snow plows and light snow removal equipment. Provides on-call coverage
as assigned. Maintains regular and predictable attendance, works
overtime/extra hours as required. Performs other duties as assigned.
G.E.D., with specialized classes in industrial arts or building trades;
at least two years of experience in construction, remodeling or
maintenance work, with particular experience in carpentry, plumbing,
masonry and/or electrical work, and experience troubleshooting systems.
Or, any equivalent combination of education and experience which
provides the necessary knowledge, skills and abilities. This position
does require successful completion of a Post Offer Pre Employment
Examination (POPE). Candidate must pass all county and federal
background checks and fingerprint checks as a condition of employment.