Sheet Metal Worker - Facilities & Services Facilities & Services
Job Summary To install and service air conditioning, ventilation, exhaust, and food service systems. Duties & Responsibilities
Installs, maintains, and repairs air conditioning and ventilation systems (ductwork, air balancing, etc.)
Fabricates, maintains, repairs, and installs guttering, cornice work, and metal decks.
Reads blueprints and takes measurements.
Installation, repair, and replacement of metal roofs.
Performs sheet metal layout work (plans, measures, draws, forms up, etc.).
Welds sheet metal (acetylene, mig, tig, and straight arc).
Installs, repair, and replacement of metal lockers.
Installation, repair, and replacement of metal shelving.
Installation, repair, and replacement of metal toilet partitions.
installation, service/repair, and replacement of furnaces.
Is responsible for tools, equipment and materials assigned to employee.
Employee to be available through callback assignment to respond to emergency work during off normal working hours to handle problems relating to the building HVAC needs.
Installation, repair, and replacement of bearings and sheaves.
Assists and trains apprentices.
Performs other duties as required or assigned.
Standing : Frequently
Walking : Frequently
Stairs : Frequently
Sitting : Occasionally
Lifting/Carrying : Frequently
Pushing/Pulling : Occasionally
Climbing : Rarely
Balancing : Occasionally
Bending/Stooping : Frequently
Kneeling : Frequently
Squatting/Crouching : Frequently
Reaching : Frequently
Grip/Dexterity : Frequently
Twisting : Frequently
Talking : Occasionally
Hearing : Occasionally
Repetitive Motions : Frequently
Eye/Hand/Foot Coordination : Frequently
Visual Acuity : Frequently
Extreme cold : Occasionally
Extreme heat : Occasionally
Humidity : Occasionally
Noise : Occasionally
Temperature Changes : Rarely
Inclement Weather : Rarely
Heights : Rarely
Work Outdoors : Rarely
Tight Spaces : Rarely
Additional Physical Demands Work Environment: 1. Work is assigned through the Foreperson, Sub-Foreperson, Work Management Group, Service office, or via the Associate Director of Operations, Maintenance, and Operations or his Designee in oral or written form. There is very limited supervision provided. The Sheet Metal Worker is responsible for assuring their work is completed properly in accord with statues and codes in a safe and timely manner. The Sheet Metal Worker is expected to support the Mission, Vision, Values, Guiding Principles and management operational directions and philosophies of Facilities and Services. The Sheet Metal Worker must exemplify high standards of professionalism, loyalty, craftsmanship, and dedication. 2. Interacts with Campus Customers, Supervision, and peers. Creates a work environment which develops accountability for performance and develops team work and unity within the shop and throughout the University campus. 3. May work in extreme weather conditions. 4. Must be aware of potential danger from moving parts and equipment. 5. May be exposed to dust, loud noise, smoke, and cleaning compounds. 6. May work in temperature extremes ranging from freezing weather to steam tunnels. 7. May work at heights to inspect equipment located on platforms or hung above tall ceilings. 8. May work amid hazards of work sites such as dust, noise, and in areas such as coal-fired power plants, animal rooms, and laboratories. 9. May be exposed to radiation and chemical fumes, molten lead and welding arcs. Use of Personal Protective Equipment is required when hazards exist. Minimum Qualifications
High school diploma or equivalent.
A current/valid journeymen card through the Sheet, Metal, Air, Rail, and Transportation International Association Union (SMART) OR (4) years (48 months) of work experience as a sheet metal worker.
Possession of a valid State of Illinois driver's license.
Air Balance Certification
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
A working knowledge of air conditioning, ventilation, exhaust, and kitchen equipment systems.
Ability to read and understand blueprints, schematics, etc.
Thorough knowledge of OSHA safety regulations and safe and proper use of tools and equipment.
Possess journeyman-level skills in sheet metal work.
Ability to take directions both orally and in written form to complete assigned work.
Ability to read and interpret drawings, sketches, and blueprints.
Thorough knowledge and understanding of all sheet metal work and University Building Standards.
Ability to communicate and sufficient knowledge of trade to assist and train apprentices.
This is a 100% full-time Civil Service 4273 - Sheet Metal Worker position, appointed on a 12-month basis. The expected start date is as soon as possible after the search close date. Salary is based on the prevailing rate.
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