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Engineer II

The incumbent in this position is responsible for providing superior service to both the internal and external customer.
The incumbent is also responsible for assisting in the performance of the following types of maintenance work, carpentry, plumbing, painting and mechanical.
GENERAL ACCOUNTABILITIES (The following statements are intended as general illustrations of the work in this job class and are not all-inclusive for specific positions.
)1.
Provides superior customer service, positively effects interactions with customers and employees, and has the resiliency to deal with difficult customers in all types of business conditions and the ability to work harmoniously with coworkers.
2.
Fabricates, repairs, and maintains mechanical devices, motors and pumps.
3.
Assists in building interface or accessory equipment as needed.
4.
Responds to customer requests for maintenance assistance in order to provide courteous, timely and expert service.
5.
Repairs and installs structural woodwork and equipment; assists in preparing wall surface for painting and wall covering, in order to ensure proper operation of all equipment according to established schedules and department standards.
6.
Installs and maintains all tile, marble floor materials, carpet, and carpet tiles.
7.
Runs power tools; welds materials.
8.
Fills in as lead person in the absence of the shift supervisor.
9.
Such other job duties may be assigned by management.
Job Requirements:
JOB QUALIFICATIONS Knowledge of paint mixing techniques and airless spraying equipment Knowledge of materials and installation techniques related to carpet, carpet tiles, stone flooring materials, and hardwood floors.
Knowledge of property layout, including sprinklers risers and emergency generator system.
These skills and abilities necessary are typically acquired through the completion of a high school education and a minimum of two years' related experience or through an A.
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degree in a related field or completion of a recognized apprenticeship program.


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