996249 – All Campus Preventive Maintenance (ACPM) Specialist


Job Title:

All Campus Preventive Maintenance (ACPM) Specialist

Physical Location:

 Kent Campus – Kent, OH


$20.83 – $21.75 (6 month rate)

Basic Function:

Under general supervision, performs a variety of tasks in maintenance and preventive maintenance of buildings, equipment, and systems within buildings campus-wide and ACPM staff expected to collectively provide 24/7 365 days a year campus-wide coverage. Reports to Building Maintenance Supervisor or other designated supervisor.

Additional Basic Function — if applicable:


Examples of Duties:

Duties/essential functions may include, but not be limited to, the following: 

Performs elevator extractions when vertical transportation maintenance contractor is off site or unable to return in a timely manner.
Provides maintenance coverage to all after hour campus events as requested.
Follows facilities maintenance management system schedules and performs all major preventative maintenance tasks on air-handling equipment, air compressors, and pumps.
Responds to Fire Protection System trouble alarms/reports the same to Fire Prevention and Safety Coordinator.
Performs a variety of tasks required to provide 24 hour emergency response to all maintenance calls in the absence of other tradespersons (performs authorized repairs to refrigerated equipment to prevent product loss); carries campus master PED access (key cards and cut keys).
Provides 24 hour emergency glass repair; installs glass adhesive materials (glass doctor), removes broken glass, cuts and installs panels to maintain building security and weather tight integrity.
May repair and or replace door locking mechanisms, assigns temporary keys to customer.
Maintain, repair and replace various plumbing equipment such as water and sewage lines, sinks, faucets, toilets, bathtubs, drain lines, and iron, copper, and plastic pipes; perform minor installation of same. Open plugged drains; check pipes for leaks; replace, repair and maintain pipe covering insulation; lubricate pumps and valves; and change filters and motor couplers.
Maintain, repair, and replace various pieces of electrical equipment such as light fixtures, ballasts, electrical outlets, switches and appliances; ensure that safety regulations are followed.
Install, repair, and replace doors, windows, floors, walls, roofs, furniture, door closures, locks, window air conditioners, cabinets, etc.
May build masonry forms and pour concrete for entrance ways, sidewalks, ramps, etc.
May replace and maintain various HVAC equipment such as heating lines, thermostats, heaters, motors, air conditioners, air handlers, absorption machines, and air compressors; clean and perform minor installation of same; adjust and replace belts on motors and other drive equipment; adjust settings on thermostats and valves.
May paint fixtures, rooms, buildings, signs, equipment, interior and exterior pipes, and furniture.
Repair metal parts and equipment. May operate machine tools in order to make repairs on building and equipment parts; inspect buildings and equipment for needed repairs and compliance with technical orders, blueprints, specifications, handbooks, and/or established procedures.
Note and report any needed repairs during the performance of preventive maintenance.
Assist and provide access to contractors and inspectors.
Operate computerized energy management system.
Perform custodial and grounds keeping duties to include snow removal, as required; may repair food service and custodial equipment.
May drive vehicle to pick up and deliver personnel and materials.
May be required to assist tradespersons in the above duties and train and direct student employees or empl