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Classification Specifications

PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE PLANNER

Classification Number: 3142

SALARY RANGE

  Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Step 4 Step 5 Step 6 Step 7 Step 8 Step 9 Step 10
Salary Range 18 $2691 $2797 $2921 $3046 $3184 $3333 $3493 $3659 $3834 $4015

GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF CLASS

The PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE PLANNER plans, reviews, implements, and monitors the agency preventative maintenance program (PM) on all buildings and subsystems. This includes maintenance on the structural, electrical, mechanical, plumbing, elevator, sheet metal, and grounds systems.

DISTINGUISHING FEATURES

This is a single classification and not currently part of a series of classes.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  1. Monitors PM Program. Typical tasks: identifies the required and essential items of building systems or equipment to be included in the maintenance program; coordinates with shop managers to identify and develop step-by-step maintenance procedures, using commercial manufacturers' guidelines and publications as a standard; provides work orders to the appropriate shop.
  2. Reviews PM Data. Typical tasks: reviews data and trends after maintenance has been performed to determine if items require any repairs; checks current information against past history to determine if building systems or equipment have reached an economical point to replace versus repair.
  3. Computerize PM Program. Typical tasks: utilizing existing software, converts manually kept data to the computer for data collection; develops PM programs for buildings and equipment in a format that can be computerized; maintains PM program data on computer.
  4. Miscellaneous. Typical tasks: directs and reviews the work of students who assist in data input of PM information to the computer.

RELATIONSHIPS WITH OTHERS

Employees in this class are in contact, in-person and by telephone, on a daily basis with manufacturing representatives and shop managers to determine building systems and equipment that should be included in the maintenance program, to develop step-by-step maintenance procedures, and determine performance expectations.


SUPERVISION RECEIVED

Employees in this class work under general supervision of a unit supervisor who gives work assignments, spot-checks work for accuracy, and reviews completed assignments. Equipment operation manuals and computer software operating manuals are utilized to develop and implement the preventative maintenance program.


GENERAL INFORMATION

Positions are generally part of the work control unit of the physical plant department of a college or university. Although they work generally in an office environment, they require the willingness to work outdoors in inclement weather. They require the willingness to occasionally bend, stoop, or kneel to inspect equipment.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

Associate's degree in Construction Technology or Building Trades Inspection; OR two years of experience in trades maintenance and repair work on buildings or subsystems, i.e. structural, mechanical, electrical, plumbing, sheet metal; OR any equivalent combination of training and experience.