Maintenance Worker II

The Maintenance Worker II is responsible to accomplish assigned duties in masonry, carpentry, electrical and painting, perform efficiency tests, general ground and building maintenance, perform preventative maintenance and participate in Agency activities.
Install and repair of wiring systems, electrical fixtures and equipment, windows, doors, floors, wall and other parts of the buildings as directed.
Install and repair general plumbing equipment.
Repair and maintain boiler pumps, heaters, circulators, pipe lines, valves and traps.
Performs efficiency tests and makes adjustments on boilers and hot water heaters.
Performs general grounds and building cleaning operations, as needed.
Performs preventative maintenance as directed.
Participate in Agency activities that may include meetings, trainings and committees.
Establish a work environment that creates positive communication between supervisors and employees and assimilates new employees to the Agency's culture, values and mission.
Ensure compliance with all pertinent government and agency regulations and operating standards
High School Diploma
Experience in field
Must possess the ability to make independent decisions when circumstances are warranted.
Must have a valid NYS Driver's License.
This position does not have regular and substantial unsupervised or unrestricted physical contact with individuals receiving services and is not required by law to be fingerprinted for a criminal history record check under OPWDD (Office for People with Developmental Disabilities) or OMH (Office of Mental Health).
Job related tasks do not involve continuous exposure to blood, body fluids, tissue, or spills or splashes from these substances, but exposure or potential exposure may be required as a condition of employment. May have exposure to unpredictable individuals and situations when working at Upstate Cerebral Palsy sites.
OSHA Exposure Category II
Must have full sight and hearing with fluency in the English language.
Ability to meet specific physical requirements of job

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