Performs skilled work primarily in the repair and maintenance of electromechanical systems, and in the maintenance and repair of miscellaneous structures, machinery, and equipment as directed by the Sewer Plant Maintenance Supervisor and Process Control Manager. Performs repairs and maintenance of heating systems, electrical and instrumentation systems, structures, and equipment. Works with both in-house staff and contractors on repairs and maintenance work.
Reports to Sewer Plant Maintenance Supervisor and Process Control Manager for plant work. When assigned to field/pumping station work reports to the Maintenance Manager.
Performs a variety of miscellaneous mechanical and building trade tasks as assigned, making various adjustments and repairs. Responsible for emergency repairs to provide a basis for continued use or operation of buildings and other facilities until complete and major repairs can be made. May inspect work done by contractors.
Maintains electrical and instrumentation equipment, motors, controls, level sensors, flow meters, boilers, air conditioning units, heating systems, fire alarms, plant and pumping station equipment, and other equipment to highest efficiency.
Maintains up-to-date records of preventative maintenance work.
May be required to carry a pager in order to respond to plant and pump stations emergencies during other than normal working hours.
May answer phones, operate communication equipment, and order parts.
Troubleshoots and repairs electrical and instrumentation problems both at the WWTP and at pumping stations.
Performs related work as required.
Considerable knowledge of the operating methods and procedures of a variety of equipment including electrical and pneumatic heating control systems, air conditioning systems and combined HVAC systems, electrical and instrumentation systems as well as maintenance and repair of associated equipment.
Considerable knowledge of electrical systems including emergency lighting systems, fire alarm systems, and generating machinery.
Knowledge of SCADA systems, systems integration and networking, PLC programming, program language and debugging tools.
Performs skillful electronic and instrumentation work including wiring, soldering and conduit installation.
Considerable knowledge of the maintenance and operations of heat generation equipment and heating systems.
Considerable knowledge of the maintenance and repair of plumbing systems.
Working knowledge of applicable codes and regulations, including OSHA, ASME Code and National Electrical Code.
Ability to maintain comprehensive operations and maintenance records.
Ability to read blueprints and electrical and electronic schematics, operations and maintenance manuals and ability to inspect and analyze instruments for defects in their operations and to make necessary corrective adjustment.
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with peers, subordinates, supervisors, contractors and vendors.
Ability to operate all sewer division vehicles, amp meters and volt meters.
Ability to walk, stand, kneel, climb ladders, lift and carry up to 20-lbs. continually over the course of their shift. Occasionally lift or move objects 50-100 lbs.
Ability to work indoors and outdoors, on high and low levels for lengthy periods of time, in various types of weather.
Color vision is critical for this position – must have the ability to be able to recognize and discern colors.
Ability to operate a motor vehicle in the State of Connecticut.
Graduation from high school or trade school plus a minimum of 2 years experience in electrical maintenance and repairs, building equipment maintenance and repair or repair work as a skilled mechanic, or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
SPECIAL NECESSARY REQUIREMENTS:
Must possess and maintain throughout employment a valid Connecticut motor vehicle CDL license with Tanker endorsement within six months of appointment.
Must possess a Class I Collection System certification and a Class I Wastewater Treatment Operator certification within one year of appointment.
Must possess a valid State of Connecticut E-2 license or if the E2 license is not from the State of Connecticut, must obtain and maintain a State of Connecticut E2 license within six months of appointment, however, all candidates must possess a valid E2 license.
Detailed information about the Town as well as the job description and requirements are available on the Town’s website www.greenwichct.org Town of Greenwich, HR Department, 101 Field Point Road, Greenwich, CT 06830. EOE M/F/D/V