UCSD Layoff from Career Appointment: Apply by 02/14/17 for consideration with preference for rehire. All layoff applicants should contact their Employment Advisor. Eligible Disability Counseling and Consulting services (DCC) or Special Selection clients should contact their Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor for assistance.
Under general supervision of the Sr. Superintendent of Building Operations, perform journey level work in maintenance and repair tasks related to the sheet metal trade. Fabricate, assemble, install, and repair sheet metal products. Determine methods and sequence of work, identify material and equipment needs, and/or maintain and install HVAC systems, components, fixtures and equipment in accordance with established work order maintenance schedules, service calls, or specific assignments by supervisor.
Set up and operate soldering and welding equipment to join together sheet metal parts, smooth seams, joints or burred surfaces using files and portable grinders or buffers. Perform silver brazing, soft soldering, caulking, and other methods common to the sheet metal trade on items including but not limited to: aluminum, galvanized, and stainless steel duct work, gutters, down spouts, and miscellaneous supports. Operate fabricating machines such as shears, brakes, bending rolls, punch and drill presses, and other assorted tools of the trade to cut, bend, and straighten sheet metal; shape metal over anvil blocks and forms.
Perform construction and repair functions to fabricate brackets, supports, and frames using cutting and common welding procedures including, but not limited to: ARC, MIG, TIG, and oxy-acetylene welding. Read and interpret blueprints, specifications, shop drawings, schematics, manufacturers' specifications and other reference materials to determine appropriate job requirements and procedures. Establish and maintain positive and cooperative working relationship with members of the department and campus community.
Effectively work with campus customers and co-workers to accomplish work with a high level of quality and efficiency. Provide expeditious, professional and courteous customer service. Effectively perform in a service environment subject to frequently changing priorities. Participate in shop safety programs and maintain clean and safe shop and job site areas. Wear and use all personal protective equipment (PPE) furnished by the University. Maintain a safe working environment for the campus community including any visitors. Comply with rules and regulations applicable to building codes.
Must be able to occasionally work at heights up to 25 feet. Must be able to work in confined spaces and move through limited access spaces. Must be able to cover distances on foot carrying tool pouch to widely separated work sites. Must be physically able to perform the essential functions of the position. Ability to work in morgues, gross anatomy, and pathological laboratories where human/animal bodies or parts thereof may be exposed to view of worker and/or contaminated by radioactive bio-hazardous substances. May work overtime, alternate shifts or call-back hours as determined by the University's needs.
Proven journey level skill in fabrication, assembly, installation, construction, and and repair of sheet metal products and equipment typical to the sheet metal trade in all types of buildings, facilities substructures, infrastructures, superstructures and parts thereof for University, College, Hospital, Municipality and/or other large commercial facilities.
Proven experience inspecting sheet metal assemblies and installations and determining maintenance and repair needs. Experience troubleshooting operational problems and making necessary adjustments or repairs.
Demonstrated experience selecting gauge and type of sheet metal according to product being fabricated.
Demonstrated experience setting up and operating fabricating machines such as shears, brakes, bending rolls, and punch and drill presses.
Demonstrated experience operating soldering and welding equipment. Proficiency in silver brazing, soft soldering, and common welding procedures to include ARC, MIG, TIG, and oxy-acetylene welding.
Knowledge and demonstrated experience with proper use and maintenance of hand and power tools related to sheet metal trade. Experience working within standard safety regulations with portable and stationary power tools.
Proven experience reading and interpreting blueprints, system diagrams, and other technical information to perform needed installations, modifications, and repairs. Ability to perform mathematical computations related to sheet metal trade.
Knowledge of building and safety codes, rules and regulations.