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Initial Review Date (IRD): 06-22-2021
Dept Marketing Statement Physical Planning, Development & Operations (PPDO) manages and oversees all University activities and services related to physical and environmental planning, design and construction, engineering, physical plant maintenance and operations, capital planning and space management, and the associated business services necessary to support these functions. The University's main campus is spread across more than 2,000 acres and includes over 500 buildings comprising more than 8 million square feet. The department includes operating budgets of over $48 million, manages a capital project portfolio of approximately $500 million, and employs nearly 300 full time staff to carry forth the duties necessary for the campus' development and operation.
Under general supervision of the Physical Plant Building and Utility Services Carpenter Shop Superintendent, perform preventative maintenance, repairs, remodels, and new construction functions to campus buildings, equipment, and related facilities.
Pay, Benefits, & Work Schedule Salary Range Information: $38.16/Hourly, Step 1.0 (Upon completion of a 6 month probation, the employee will receive an increase to $42.40/Hourly, Step 2.0) No. of Positions: 1 Benefits Level Eligibility: This position is eligible for Full benefits. Schedule Information: Full-time, Fixed Percentage of Time: 100% Average Hours Per Week: 40 Days of the Week: Mon-Fri Shift Includes: Days Employee Classification: This is a Career Appointment Job End Date: None Job Classification Code:  CARPENTER Location: UC Santa Cruz Main Campus, Barn G Union Representation: K7 Union
Job Duties 60%: Maintenance And Repairs
Work from a written schedule of preventative maintenance and work tasks to be performed. Inspect building interiors, exteriors, for deficiencies of systems, equipment, or deterioration of building elements. Recommend and or perform various maintenance, construction tasks on campus structures, including but not limited to patching of floors, walls and roofs and the ability to analyze building envelopes to determine possible water intrusion sources and repairs needed. Install, repair and/or replace doors, windows etc. in various wood frame, metal frame, masonry, buildings, enclosures, sheds, trailers etc. Repair and or replace broken hardware and fixtures in bath rooms not requiring a plumber. Experience repairing dry rot. Work with campus architects and inspectors, to coordinate carpenter shop work with outside contractors, vendors, and other campus trades, providing oversight and direction as needed. Ability to work safely on two or more story buildings with the assistance of scaffolding, ladders, boom-lifts, etc. Ability to safely use various products and chemicals necessary for construction and or repair, including but not limited to caulking, mastics, adhesives, sealants, epoxies and solvents etc. Ability to safely wear, and work using a half mask respirator for long periods of time. Ability to analyze, fabricate and install protective devices to minimize earthquake damage and provide safety to personnel. Examples include securing bookshelves, cabinets, shelves, equipment racks, etc., in offices, labs and trailers Perform safety inspections and routine maintenance on tools and equipment. Attend safety and training classes and perform job related tasks in a safe manner. Familiarity with and use of MSDS. Follow all product and university specific safety procedures when using tools and equipment. Good interpersonal skills with ability to interact effectively with diverse groups of faculty, staff and students. Help Physical Plant mechanics and supervisor maintain an inventory of shop materials, supplies and tools by informing them of specific needs.
Perform remodeling, and construction of walls, windows, doors, floors, decks and roofs pertaining to campus buildings and facilities. Work from blueprints and/or simple drawings. Knowledge of specifications of products from building plans. Perform rough carpentry construction of walls consisting of metal, wood, block, or cast cement; form, pour, and finish concrete; framing of windows and doors; installation of floor, deck, and ceiling joists; hang both metal and wood doors, sheet rock and/or other surface materials. Perform finish carpentry work of cabinets, hardwood flooring, moldings, and shelving. Repair and install suspended track ceiling systems. Use a combination of materials and methods suitable to each construction application, (rough or finish).
20%: Wood Shop Mill Work
As necessary, perform millwork using power saws, planers, sanders, shapers, drill press, band saw, and other equipment using proper safety procedures. Inspect and make necessary repairs and adjustments to the shop's tools and equipment. Keep inventory of tools and equipment. Order parts and materials as required. Drive University van or truck to various job locations on and off campus including hardware stores, suppliers, and lumberyards off campus.
Ability to read, write, follow oral and written instructions and perform basic mathematical computations required in the performance of skilled maintenance duties.
Four years, experience in commercial building construction, or commercial building maintenance, sheet rock application, door/window hanging, hardware installation, concrete forming/pouring, finishing, suspended track ceiling systems repair and/or replacement and wall and roof patching.
The ability to analyze building envelopes determine possible water intrusion sources and repairs needed.
Ability to demonstrate creativity and initiative.
Experience in working in busy, occupied buildings, offices and labs without disturbing occupants.
The ability to direct others in repair work and oversee contractors and vendors assisting in repairs.
Knowledge and awareness of asbestos containing materials such as but not limited to drywall and VCT tiles and the willingness to be certified to remove and dispose of properly.
Familiarity with and use of MSDS.
Ability to document daily work performed.
Experience in working with various products including but not limited to: caulking and roofing materials that may have some toxicity.
Perform finish carpentry work of cabinets, hardwood flooring, moldings and shelving, Knowledge of rough framing.
Knowledge of safety procedures to operate, under direction, power saws, planers, shapers, drill press, band saw, and other mill equipment.
Knowledge of, and strong skills in the use of various types hand and power tools used in the carpentry trade, such as but not limited to, sanders, planers, drills and power saws, etc.
Ability to drive a pickup truck or van.
Ability to learn Enterprise Asset Management System Software (FAMIS) work order tracking program, UCSC electronic purchasing tools.
Ability to implement a customer service approach, with a commitment to high ethical standards in accordance with UCSC Principles Of Community.
Ability to communicate effectively and work harmoniously with a diverse group of individuals at all levels of the organization directly or indirectly involved with task and work assignments.
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with those within PPDO and other individuals within the University as necessary to successfully conduct assigned tasks and work.
Ability to accommodate changing priorities and complete tasks despite intermittent interruptions.
Ability to be part of a team and foster teamwork by maintaining a cooperative atmosphere and effective working relationships with a diverse population from various cultural backgrounds.
Ability to operationalize and incorporate the concepts of sustainability into daily work efforts.
To ensure review of application materials by the hiring unit, they must be submitted on or before the initial review date (IRD) via the Staff Employment Opportunities web site; https://jobs.ucsc.edu. A computer is available at the UC Santa Cruz Staff Human Resources Office located at Scotts Valley Center. The Scotts Valley Center is located at 100 Enterprise Way, Suite E100, Scotts Valley, CA 95066. To learn more or to request disability accommodations, call 831-459-2009. Hearing impaired are encouraged to use the California Relay Service at 800-735-2922. UC Santa Cruz is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
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