Waste Water Treatment Plant
Pay Rate Information
This position is represented by the AFSCME union and starting pay is $21.28/hour. This position is eligible for step pay increases and potential progression increases. Please reference AFSCME's collective bargaining agreement located at:
Job progressions serve as a way for union employees to demonstrate additional technical competencies, knowledge and skills to enhance their benefit to the City. The progression allows employees to enhance their job responsibilities and pay through demonstration of increased competencies.
Benefits offered with this position include:
Defined benefit pension plan
401a with City match
Optional 457 Deferred Compensation plan
Reciprocal Pension Credit, available for pension-qualified applicants
Retiree health reimbursement account
Very generous medical/dental/vision/pharmacy plans
Paid vacation, personal time, floating holiday, plus sick days. Unused vacation and sick time rolls over
Short-term and long-term disability, life, and AD&D insurance
Flexible spending accounts
You can earn up to $500 annually by participating in our Wellness Incentive Programs. These dollars will be deposited into a health reimbursement account (HRA), which can be used toward eligible health care expenses
Tuition reimbursement $2500, must be employed 1 year to be eligible
Employee assistance program
Voluntary benefits like accident coverage, critical illness, LegalShield, and Identify Theft
Maintain an effective and organized inventory system for the Waste Water Treatment Plant including; machines, equipment, parts, tools, supplies, fuel and services for operation. Provide maintenance, installation and repair of City equipment, systems and components. Assist in planning maintenance activities and maintaining the inventory of items needed to perform maintenance work.
Incumbent may be responsible for, but not limited to, the following duties:
Procuring, receiving, organizing, storing and issuing parts, machines, equipment and supplies (stock and non-stock); ensuring the use of stock and non-stock items is properly accounted
Assisting in the planning of maintenance activities (at plant, lift stations, dams, etc.) including the preparation of specifications for equipment parts, materials, supplies and services. Ensuring that all of the necessary supplies and equipment are on hand and present at the project site when the work is ready to commence
Maintaining the Unit's physical inventory to include equipment, parts, tools, and supplies
Performing maintenance activities on City equipment including repair and installation
Maintaining supply rooms to ensure that appropriate levels of supplies are consistently available, ensuring business continuity Inspecting and performing preventative maintenance repairs on equipment
Assisting in movement and strategic placement of machinery or mechanical components
Delivering and stocking of parts, supplies, equipment and material in excess of 50 lbs. per lift without assistance
Delivering parts, supplies, equipment, and materials to worksites in the field in excess of 50lbs per lift and up to 450 lbs per transfer of material
Movement and/or delivery of parts, supplies, equipment, and material to worksites in the field
Use of harness for purposes of confined space entry and fall protection
Frequent entry into confined space and ability to assist harnessed co-workers entering and exiting confined space
Incumbent will frequently work in hazardous physical conditions (i.e., confined spaces, heights, mechanical parts, electrical currents, vibration, etc.), poor atmospheric conditions (i.e., fumes, odors, dusts, gases, and poor ventilation), extreme temperatures, inadequate lighting, and intense noise
Driving a forklift to unload and lift material
Initiating purchase orders requests and submitting them according to City procedures
Assisting in the administration of the computer maintenance management system including but not limited to entering parts and labor costs for equipment and machine repairs
Maintaining library of equipment manuals, engineering drawings, vendor catalogs and reference manuals
Coordinating and accumulating materials for repair, project and preventive maintenance work
Coordinating small maintenance and repair projects
Serving as a resource on relevant OSHA regulations
Coordinating and collaborating with other City staff consistent with the City's procurement policies and procedures
Complying with safety and environmental regulations for hazardous materials
Following proper safety practices for the use of various hand tools, power tools and test instruments
Complying with all City of Ann Arbor policies, procedures, guidelines and programs
Exercising proper safety practices for, but not limited to, confined space entry and storing, handling and transporting compressed gases, chemicals and lubricants and using correct lock-out and tag-out procedures
Completing work process demonstration and documentation
Performing related work as assigned
Shipping, receiving and storage methods and practices
Machines and tools, including their design, use, benefit and maintenance
Maintenance spare parts and equipment for the designated service unit
Installation, assembly, adjustment and maintenance of a large variety of equipment
Inventory control, point of supply, catalog procedures, purchasing and requisition procedures
Computerized maintenance management system operation and software applications
Organizational methods used in maintaining libraries and inventory
Basic hazard and work safety precautions for the water utilities industry
Skills and Ability to:
Ability to work independently
Communicate through oral and written instruction
Plan and organize jobs
Read, interpret, and follow technical manuals, plans and drawings
Prepare written specifications for procurement of maintenance parts, supplies, materials and services
Work within the appropriate budget and expenditure accounts
Use computers and related software applications
Basic hand tools, electrical and electronic testing equipment, power tools, shop equipment, safety and personal protective equipment (PPE), motor vehicle and computer. May also include forklifts and other heavy equipment.
Training and Experience - Requirements
High school graduate or equivalent (GED)
Experience in mechanical maintenance work:
at least 3 years
Experience in purchasing equipment for a commercial, industrial or military facility: at least 1 year
Experience working with and managing a Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS): at least 1 year
Valid driver's license
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential duties of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential duties.
The physical requirements for this position are:
- Constant walking, standing, pushing, and pulling
- Constant bending, lifting, in excess of 50 lbs.
- Regular pushing, pulling activities of wheel carts that are loaded with product with a cumulative weight of 450lbs. or greater
- Deliver and stocking of parts, supplies, equipment, and material in excess of 50 lbs per lift
- Gain vertical access through the use of portable ladders, or fixed ladders in excess of 50lbs per instance
- The physical ability to safely operate a motor vehicle, as incumbent may be subject to local and long distance travel.
0 to 10 lbs.
11 to 25 lbs.
26 to 50 lbs.
51 to 100 lbs.
Floor to Waist (1" to 41")
Waist to Shoulder (41" to 54")
Shoulder to Overhead (55" to 85")
Total Body Push/Pull
Upper Extremity Push/Pull
Walking (>3 steps)
Balancing- Slippery, Narrow
Hands Wrist Flexed > 45 degrees
Hands Wrist Ulnar Deviation
Hands Wrist Radial Deviation
Elbows Fully Extended
Finger Press > 2 lb.
- COMPONE data collected from evaluation 6/4/2014
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