Job Summary: The Parking Facilities Maintenance Technician is responsible for the production and deployment of signs, barricades and other devices used for traffic and pedestrian notification and control, as well as performing basic building repairs such as painting, carpentry, cement finishing or plastering work. Assists in the support of special events.
Responsible for general maintenance and repair to parking-related buildings, facilities and equipment to include the installation and repair of building fixtures; repair and maintenance of machinery and mechanical equipment such as pumps, engines, motors, compressors, blowers and pneumatic tools; lubricate and clean mechanical parts; set up and operate drill press, grinder, welder and other metalworking tools to repair or fabricate trailers, equipment or building components; etc.
Periodically assists with painting/striping parking lots and facilities as assigned. This may include pressure washing, grinding, laying out stripes or markings, painting, applying thermo-lay traffic markings, cleaning of painting tools, painting structures, repairing woodwork, repairing plaster and repairing/laying tile, prepping and assembling vinyl signage. Assist with special event support as needed. This may include placing and recovering signs, traffic devices or other equipment used to control traffic/pedestrians. Assist with periodic, labor-intensive functions such as football game support, bicycle removal, installation of bike racks, pothole repairs, routine maintenance of facilities (RV parks, garages etc.), etc. that unit is charged with supporting. Assist with installing parking lot, garage, informational and way finding signage. Promote security of vehicles, facilities, and safety to assure that the unit follows policies and procedures.
Periodically assists with electrical projects as assigned. This may include installing conduit, pulling wire, installing fixtures, repairing or installing electrical systems and components, replacing light bulbs and other similar duties. Assist supervisor with the purchase orders for parts, supplies and equipment. Be observant of areas and items that require attention/repair such as signage, barricades, painting, as well as other opportunities across campus. Performs other duties as required.
Required Education and Experience: High School diploma or equivalent combination of education and experience. Two years of experience in painting and other construction trades, traffic control or barricade/sign production and deployment.
Preferred Education and Experience: Work experience emphasizing sign production, deployment and maintenance; experience with welding; experience in painting facilities or striping parking lots. Experience moving or backing up trailers.
Salary: $14.53/hr Benefits and overtime eligible
EEO/AA Statement: Texas A&M University is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer committed to diversity.