Maintenance Technician

first_img* Do you have the ability to move and maneuver objects weighingas much as 50 pounds?YesNo * Do you have a high school diploma, GED or equivalent?YesNo * Do you have a valid driver’s license? (A valid license isrequired for this position and a motor vehicle report will beconducted to verify the validity of your license.)YesNo * Do you have at least 1 year of Building Maintenanceexperience?YesNo * Do you have any prior building maintenance experience?NoYes less than 1 yearYes 1-2 yearsYes 2 1/2 to 3 1/2 yearsYes more than 4 years Position DetailsPosition TitleMaintenance TechnicianPosition Number000911Position SummaryThis position performs the duties of a MaintenanceTechnician.Essential Job Functions of PositionWork assignments for this position may include any or all of thefollowing plus other duties as assigned.Employees are expected to use equipment to manufacturer andUniversity standards, operate tractors and hand tools safely and tocomply with University and OSHA policies and regulations.New employees are required to complete safety training within 6months of employment.Operate heating and boiler systems, monitoring steam boilers onsite for scheduled operations. Make needed repairs to all boilers,pumps and support equipment.Work with and assist engineers, contractors and consultants whoevaluate safety controls and building systems operations formaintenance, expansion and/or repair by explaining Universitypractices and/or providing information regarding Universityprocedures.Inspect buildings; plumbing, electrical and HVAC equipment andsystems and report identified deficiencies.Perform maintenance and repair work on buildings and mechanicalsystems as assigned from inspections or Computerized MaintenanceManagement System work orders. Work may include but is not limitedto tasks such as the following:Inspecting and testing air compressor, fire sprinkler pipingsystems, grease traps, sewer pumps and other systems andequipment.Repairing and/or replacing ceiling tiles, floor tile, covebases,lamps, ballasts, doors, locks and other building materials.Patching and painting interior walls and surfaces.Clearing sewage blockages and drain lines.Clean roof drains.Troubleshooting systems and equipment.Locate underground utilities such as natural gas, water, sewer,etc., for dig permits.Basic general maintenance of HVAC equipment.Maintain and repair custodial equipment such as buffers, vacuumsand other electrical equipment.Mix and apply chemicals to swimming pool and/or whirlpoolsaccording to information provided by water analyzers.Record completed repairs using Computerized Maintenance ManagementSystem or other University software.Recommend work process improvements to Facilities supervisors andadministrators.Check space temperatures and equipment operation via buildingautomation systems ( BAS ).Maintain a professional, safe and clean work area.Provide service support for campus events.Snow removal duties as assigned.Non-Essential Job Functions of PositionEducation and ExperienceHigh school diploma or GED equivalent.Training in Building Maintenance.Stable/continuous work history.One year of experience in Building Trades.Knowledge, Skills & AbilitiesAbility to operate HVAC and steam boiler systems.Ability to communicate effectively.Ability to move and/or maneuver equipment and materials weighing asmuch as 50 pounds.Ability to work from a ladder or lift.Ability to respond to emergency service calls outside regularlyscheduled work hours.Ability to work various shifts as assigned.Preferred: Demonstrated expertise in at least 2 skill setsassociated with Building Trades.Experience in HVAC and steam boiler operations.Experience with a Computerized Maintenance Management System.Experience with a Building Automation System ( BAS ).Safety or Chemical Management training.Licenses, Certifications & RegistrationsValid driver’s license with acceptable driving record underUniversity standards.Additional Requirements (e.g. Physical Demands)The necessity to move and/or maneuver materials weighing as much as50 pounds as well as other hazards associated with physical work tomaintain and repair buildings and equipment.Campus Security AuthorityNoSpecial Instructions to ApplicantReview of applications will begin immediatelyAdvertised Pay$14.00 per hourWork ScheduleRegular Business Hours, Monday – 8am-4:30pm, Tuesday – 8am-4:30pm,Wednesday – 8am-4:30pm, Thursday – 8am-4:30pm, Friday -8am-4:30pmFull-time/Part-timeFull TimeAverage Hours per Week40Months per Year12FLSANon-ExemptFTE1EEO StatementWashburn is dedicated to providing a student-centered and teachingfocused academic environment and a curriculum that engages thediversity of human experience across the globe. We seek candidateswho are committed to Washburn’s efforts to create a climate thatfosters the growth and development of a diverse student body, andwe encourage applications from members of groups that have beenhistorically underrepresented in higher education. Applicationmaterials should clearly articulate how the candidate willcontribute to the University’s commitment to diversity andinclusion through their teaching, research, and/or service.Washburn University is an EOE . Washburn University provides equalaccess to and opportunity in its programs, facilities, andemployment without regard to race, color, religion, age, nationalorigin, ancestry, disability, sex, sexual orientation, genderidentity, genetic information, veteran status, or marital orparental status.Posting NumberS0141PBackground Check Required?YesDriving History Checked?YesDrug Screen Required?YesAnticipated Start DatePosition End Date (if temporary)For earliest consideration apply byPosting Close DateOpen Until Filled?YesQuick Link for Direct Access to Postinghttps://washburn.peopleadmin.com/postings/2590Supplemental QuestionsRequired fields are indicated with an asterisk (*). * Do you have the ability to work from a ladder and/or a lift?YesNo * Do you have experience with steam boiler operations?YesNo Documents Needed to ApplyRequired DocumentsOptional DocumentsResumeCover Letterlast_img read more

Umphrey’s McGee Goes Acoustic, Jams With All Of TAUK In Texas Finale

first_imgUmphrey’s McGee wrapped up a four-night run in the Southern US, with shows in Houston, Tulsa, Austin, and finally, Dallas. The band hit the House of Blues in Dallas, TX last night, pouring their hearts into one final Southern show with TAUK on as support.The show featured two power-packed sets, opening with “Lucid State” which jammed into “Get in The Van.” After a great pairing of “All In Time > Walletsworth,” guitarists Brendan Bayliss and Jake Cinninger for acoustic versions of “Gone for Good” and “Uncle Wally.” The set continued with “Utopian Fir,” with a “Sabbath Bloody Sabbath” jam, and a “Walk The Proud Land” with “Low Rider” teases.Watch footage of “Gone For Good” from Steve Moyles below:For the finale of the first set, the band brought out all four members of TAUK, Alric Carter, Charlie Dolan, Isaac Teel, and Matt Jalbert for a performance of “Booth Love.” Isaac Teel also returned in the encore, for a “Drums” jam session. With a second set “Bridgeless” sandwich with “2×2,” “Mulche’s Odyssey,” “August,” “Final Word” and Led Zeppelin’s “Kashmir,” the band was on fire for the whole night. They ended the show, and the run, with “All In Time,” reprising the song from set one.Listen to the full show below, courtesy of taper Don Olker: Check out the full setlist via All Things Umphrey’s below:Setlist: Umphrey’s McGee at House of Blues, Dallas, TX – 4/23/16Set 1: Lucid State > Get In The Van, All In Time > Walletsworth, Gone for Good[1], Uncle Wally[1], Utopian Fir[2] -> Walk the Proud Land[3] > Booth Love[4]Set 2: Bridgeless -> 2×2[5], Mulche’s Odyssey, Kashmir, August -> Final Word > August > BridgelessEncore: Drums[6] > All In Time[1] with Brendan and Jake on acoustics[2] with Sabbath Bloody Sabbath (Black Sabbath) jam[3] with Low Rider (War) teases[4] with Alric Carter on keyboards, Charlie Dolan and Isaac Teel on percussion, and Matt Jalbert on guitar[5] with Mind Left Body (Kanter/Garcia) jam[6] with Isaac Teel on percussionlast_img read more

Peanut IL tweaks RFP

first_imgThe Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Peanut has dropped a request that project proposals initially explain how they will use outputs from commissioned projects, since the details of those commissioned projects are not yet available.Concept notes on project proposals are due April 20 for scientists who would like to lead a project in the $14 million, five-year Peanut Innovation Lab program.Originally, the Request for Proposals encouraged scientists to explain how proposed projects would utilize the outputs from commissioned projects. Given that the commissioned projects are not yet approved, scientists will not be required to explain that connection in concept notes; instead, the management entity will work with selected PIs to consider the commissioned projects as they develop the full proposals.The Peanut Innovation Lab is accepting concept notes in two Areas of Inquiry – varietal development and value-added gains – and is using a Piestar project management system. To download the RFP, go to the Peanut Lab Opportunities web page. Support documents (such as the data management plan and a copy of an earlier webinar to answer questions on the RFPs) are on the Peanut Lab’s Work with Us page of the Peanut Innovation Lab website.Any further questions can be sent to Dave Hoisington at [email protected]last_img read more

Latest trend for best first impressions

first_img MORE: Top tips to know before you build RELATED: First impressions last a lifetime and it’s no wonder laser cut decorative screen doors are helping to transform the look of homes across the nation.First impressions last a lifetime so it’s no wonder laser cut decorative screen doors are helping to transform the look of homes across the nation. Homeowners are using Decoview laser cut screen designs as a clever way to accentuate the appearance of their homes, inside and outside. Homeowners are using Decoview laser cut screen designs as a beautiful way to accentuate the appearance of their homes, inside and outside.Decoview managing director Jay Bond said his southeast Queensland-based company, which has been operating for three years, was revolutionising the security screen door and window industry by bringing together designer laser cut decorative screen panels with high-level home security door systems.“You can choose from a vast range of stunning laser cut screen designs or high strength perforated designer screen doors and windows,” Mr Bond said.“Keep your property secure while looking stylish, not like a steel cage. Make a statement by putting a Decoview custom security screen on your property with more than 50 designs to suit any style of home.“Don’t try to hide your security door, make a statement out of it.”More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus14 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market14 hours ago >>FOLLOW THE COURIER-MAIL REAL ESTATE TEAM ON FACEBOOK<< A range of decorative privacy screens and Pool Perf, the latest alternative in pool fencing, is available to modernise homes.Mr Bond said his company gave a brick home built in the 1970s a makeover with the installation of funky security screens.He said Pool Perf was manufactured from extremely strong corrosion resistant marine- grade aluminium which was perforated with thousands of holes to make unique patterns.“You can add a striking feature or choose from a style of pattern that will increase privacy. Pool Perf complies with council regulations for pool fencing, it is so easy to clean and maintain compared to glass,” Mr Bond said.“Perforated holes allow a cool summer breeze and give you privacy whilst taking a relaxing swim with your family.” AFL star Nick Malceski cuts QLD ties A fated house purchase He said Pool Perf, Decoview screens and security doors were not massed produced.“Each panel can be custom made to suit an individual opening size,” Mr Bond said.Decoview manufacture in Queensland and distribute nationwide through accredited distributors. Visit decoview.com.au or phone 1300 332 688.last_img read more

Football: To fuel 2019 season, Badger secondary looking for consistency

first_imgAfter last week’s dive into the units of defensive backs and linebackers, this week the focus is on Coach Paul Chryst’s secondary: Cornerbacks and safeties.The key to a great defense is every position unit contributing simultaneously and taking pressure off the rest of the defense in the process. Controlling the run game doesn’t matter if the opposing team is able to move the ball through the air, and vice-versa. Thus, a key variable contributing to the Badgers’ success this coming season will be the secondary.CornerbackCornerback is a key position for Defensive Coordinator Jim Leonhard’s unit. If his players in the trenches are able to control the game at the line of scrimmage, as they often have in the past, and limit the rushing attack of the opposing offense, the secondary is able to sit back in coverage and pay more attention to covering opposing receivers.Leonhard said goodbye to ultra-productive starting corners Nick Nelson and Derrick Tindal after the 2017 season, along with projected starter Dontye Carriere-Williams just days before the 2018 season.Football: Badgers begin work towards returning to familiar formWith a new year comes another round of spring football practices, the setting in which veterans get to prove their Read…After losing practically all of his production, Leonhard was forced to interchange corners constantly as the 2018 season progressed. Specifically, Leonhard started six different cornerbacks throughout the season, many of them freshmen who had never before played at the collegiate level.Now, with all contributors at the position from last season returning to Madison for at least another year with at least some experience under their belt, Leonhard has the depth to foster competition and strength from the position as the season approaches.Returning players who contributed meaningful snaps a season ago include sophomore Donte Burton, redshirt sophomore Deron Harrell, redshirt sophomore Faion Hicks, redshirt junior Caesar Williams, sophomore Madison Cone and sophomore Rachad Wildgoose.Hicks, Williams and Wildgoose are more traditional outside cornerbacks and saw much of the work at the position a season ago. They started a total of 23 games between the three of them, recording a total of 88 tackles, 13 pass breakups, two interceptions and two fumble recoveries.The likely contributors at the slot or nickel cornerback position are Burton and Cone. Cone led this position unit with two interceptions last year, while Burton played in four games, starting in one.To go along with these names, Chryst and Leonhard will welcome true freshmen Semar Melvin, James Williams and Dean Engram when summer preparation begins.Overall, similar to the improvements needed at linebacker, Leonhard hopes his unit will use some of the valued experience gained last season to improve upon the low turnover and deflection totals they had a year ago.Football: Fresh defensive line, linebacking corps seek to return Wisconsin defense to dominanceThe date was December 27, but the Badgers’ 34–3 Pinstripe Bowl victory against the University of Miami feels like it Read…SafetyFour-year starter, 2018 team captain and 2018 Collegiate Man of the Year D’Cota Dixon played his last game as a Badger last season and has declared for the NFL draft. With Dixon gone from the lineup, it’s now time for Chryst and Leonhard to find his replacement.There’s no question it will be challenging to replace his memorable Wisconsin career, one which ended with 32 starts, 177 tackles, 8.5 tackles for loss, 2.5 sacks, 3 forced fumbles, 5 interceptions, 16 pass breakups and a .778 winning percentage, though his injury last season did give valuable experience to the youth at the position.This youth, similar to the cornerback position, showed flashes at times last year, but struggled in others.The two projected starters at safety are Scott Nelson and Eric Burrell. Nelson, a redshirt freshman last season, started eight games for the Badgers and recorded 41 tackles, one forced fumble, 3.5 tackles for loss, six pass breakups and one interception. Despite being thrust into a significant role as a freshman, Nelson showed flashes of brilliance and toughness at the position, though at times also showed his lack of experience in certain situations.One of the faults at the position last year were the injuries that plagued Nelson and Dixon. Men’s basketball: Ethan Happ earns second-team All-American honorsUniversity of Wisconsin men’s basketball star Ethan Happ just added another accolade to his incredible college career. The senior, whose Read…On the bright side, these injuries gave way for Burrell to showcase his ability to make plays and punish receivers. Burrell ended up playing in 13 games and recorded 42 tackles, two forced fumbles, one interception and two pass breakups.If Nelson and Burrell are able to develop this spring, stay injury free and build upon their productive 2018 campaigns, the back end of Jim Leonhard’s secondary should be in good hands.Other names to know at the position are redshirt junior and Houston transfer Collin Wilder and redshirt freshman Reggie Pearson. Wilder was known more as a special teams producer at Houston, and Pearson showed promise in his one start last season against Michigan, where he recorded a forced fumble to accompany his five tackles.This wraps up the defensive side of the spring preview series. Although Chryst and his staff said goodbye to many producers on the defensive side of the ball, there is hope going into the 2019 season that new names can emerge and work together to bring back the vaunted Wisconsin defense we’re all accustomed to.Positions up next for the spring previews are the offensive line and running backs. Spoiler alert: Jonathan Taylor is good at football.last_img read more

Mixed feelings for goalscorer Wakaso

first_imgMubarak Wakaso is proud to have scored his first Africa Cup of Nations goal but has been left disappointed by his suspension for Ghana’s next game at the finals.The 22 year-old midfielder converted a first-half penalty that handed Ghana a 1-0 win over Mali, a result which takes Black Stars to the top in the Group B standings with four points from their opening two matches.With Ghana captain Asamoah Gyan relinquishing his penalty kick duties, Wakaso stepped up ahead of other players to fire past the Malian goalkeeper Samassa Mamadou for the winner.“I have to feel happy [to score debut Nations Cup goal],” Wakaso told www.ghanafa.org. “It’s not easy to get a goal for your nation and it was the only goal for the game.”“We have Agyemang Badu and Isaac Vorsah but when the kick came, Badu was down with injury and Vorsah was at the back and that is the reason why I took the penalty.”But his goal celebration will cost him a place in Kwesi Appiah’s team for the final group game against Niger on Monday through suspension after picking a second yellow card in the competition. Wakaso, after scoring was booked for displaying a slogan when he lifted up his jersey to reveal “Allah is Great” emblazoned on his t-shirt.“I feel bad but I have to accept it because it’s part of the game,” he said.“But we still need to work hard and get our final three points.”The midfielder, who did not finish the game at the Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium on Thursday after he was carried off with an injury to his knee is hoping it improves.“I feel a little pain but I don’t know how I will look tomorrow [Friday].”last_img read more