Promotional priority for Teamsters runs from 9/7 through 9/14/2016
70% Parking-related repairs and maintenance
- Inspect, maintain, and repair parking access control equipment, including contract card access equipment, ticket dispensers, and gate equipment.
- Inspect, maintain and repair parking-related infrastructure including, but not limited to: booths, loops, entrances/clearance bars, intersection equipment on the Transitway, garage doors and/or garage door mechanisms, chain gates, flooring/flooring grates, fencing, and intercoms.
- Install, maintain, and repair electronic parking meters.
- Assist in maintaining disability access to/within parking facilities.
- Complete minor pedestrian and disability door and hardware adjustments and repairs, door sweep installation, closer repairs.
- Eliminate trip hazards, vinyl concrete patching, rebar removal, etc.
- Install, maintain, and repair bike racks, lockers, and collect derelict bikes.
- Prepare work specifications, obtain cost estimates, and provide alternative options.
- Order supplies and equipment from various vendors through established procedures.
20% Signs and traffic-related projects
- Use vinyl cutting machine to fabricate/modify custom signs.
- Install, repair, and replace signs and poles on miscellaneous surfaces.
- Replace bollard covers.
- Replace fluorescent and incandescent lamps in lighting fixtures and signs.
- Inspect, repair electronic (LED) signs, troubleshoot multi-message LED signs and software controlled components.
5% Equipment repair and maintenance
- Maintain and repair small motors (electric) and engines (fossil fuel, steam, hydraulic) such as skid-loaders, power sweepers, plows, cleaning equipment, power sprayers, backpack blowers, compressors, etc.
- Troubleshoot equipment by accessing computerized equipment monitoring systems (e.g. automated vehicle count system).
- Maintain and repair solar bicycle RFID systems (ZAP equipment).
- Maintain and repair electric car charging systems.
5% Other transportation related projects
- Consult with project management (i.e. supervisor, Owner's Representative, contractor) regarding specialized new construction or building upgrades to add scope and perspective based upon specialized knowledge and experience.
- Coordinate/direct Facilities Management staff and/or outside contractors on projects when needed.
- Oversee daily operations of Motorist Assistance Program (MAP).
- Handle assistance calls.
- Train staff to use equipment.
- Preform preventive maintenance and repair on MAP equipment.
- Perform lead worker responsibilities.
- Assigns work to staff and reviews work completed.
- Provides training and work direction on a continuous basis.
- Directs outside contractors, including Facilities Management, when needed.
- Minor non-structural welding for fabrication and repairs.
- Minor electronic repair, including soldering.
- Test, inspect, and repair safety equipment, including eyewash stations, and personal protection equipment; also maintain documentation (MSDS).
- Support operations staff for events: set-up/breakdown of traffic control devices and quality control.
Tuesday - Saturday 10:00am- 6:30pm
This position requires primarily fieldwork that is completed outdoors. Work in most facilities requires exposure to weather and seasonal elements (heat, cold, snow). Facility lay-outs include varying/uneven surfaces and stairwells. This position requires walking, climbing stairs and/or ladders, and operating motor vehicles, skid-loaders, power sweepers, etc. Exposure to potentially hazardous equipment and elements possible. Positions may require the ability to walk or stand for majority of day; bend, climb, reach, kneel; carry, lift, push and pull 50 lbs. or more.