Position Title Maintenance Coordinator
Full or Part Time Full Time
Standard Hours 40
The Maintenance Coordinator will provide maintenance and repair work for
various tasks in one or more craft areas in the operation of the residence
halls. Perform maintenance and repair tasks independently and or assist
journey-level craft workers. Assist in providing a comfortable living
environment for students in residence halls.
Perform work from work orders provided by supervisor or crew leader.
Demonstrate excellent interpersonal communication and customer service
skills. Communicate daily with supervisor, staff, students, and residents
regarding needed repairs and work order status. Work with supervisor and
crew leader on work orders that require assistance from other trades. Sign
out, track, and account for all inventory used and taken from the shop.
Assist Electricians technicians in installations and make readies in
apartments. Check and maintain electrical systems, change out lamps and
switch ceiling fans, perform minor electrical repairs, and work with other
trades as required.
Assist HVAC technicians in installing HVAC systems and performing
preventative maintenance on units. This position will also assist in
changing air filters in student apartments and offices and working with
other trades as required.
Assist Plumbers in minor plumbing repairs and maintenance of sewer
systems, make readies and replace and service kitchen sinks, bathtubs,
lavatories, and toilets, and work with other trades as required.
Assist Carpenters in installations and repairs of make-ready doors,
cabinets, windows, floors, drywall, framing, and roof repairs, and work
with other trades as required.
Assist all trades doing preventative maintenance changing out air filters,
assisting in the repair of shop equipment ( dollies, drain machines,
etc.), and inventory management.
Submit paperwork promptly. Accuracy and timeliness of dailies, mileage
reports, Computer oriented weeklies filled out correctly and submitted on
time each week Work orders filled out correctly. Notes on work orders
indicate what work was done, tests performed, possible charges, and
explanations for unusual delays or parts. Pick up supplies and drive a CSU
Carry a CSU cell phone, be on the on-call rotation, and respond to
emergencies as requested. Perform and respond to emergency repairs 24/7
and facilitate completion as needed. Work weekends and overtime as
determined by the supervisor.
Encourage, support, and promote diversity initiatives. Promote the
professional development of self and all staff to improve knowledge and
work skills through ongoing training and workshops, including monthly
High school graduation or GED.
Two years of experience performing installation, operation, construction,
maintenance, and repair work
Relevant education and experience may be substituted as appropriate.
Ability to work evenings and weekends as required and on-call needs.
Requires six months of mechanical/trade training beyond high school and
two years of repair maintenance experience, or an equivalent combination
of education and experience
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
Knowledge of best practices in the departmental field.
Conditions of Employment
Continuous standing or walking, frequent climbing, and lifting materials
weighing up to 75 pounds. Somewhat deplorable working conditions. Some
exposure to several unpleasant elements which are particularly disagreeable.
Position Detail Information
Position Detail Information
Posting Number ST2023-0006
Position End Date (if temporary) 06/23/2023
Open Date 01/16/2023
Open Until Filled Yes
Special Instructions to Applicant
COVID-19 vaccinations are strongly encouraged for all University employees.
Medical and religious exemption request are accepted and are evaluated on a
case-by-case basis. Please submit any/all documents related to this matter to
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