Company: Graham Fire & Rescue - Pierce County Fore Protecti
Posted on: September 23, 2022
This position is highly skilled, technical, and complex
maintenance, repair, and construction work for the Graham Fire &
Rescue, Logistics Division. This position is responsible for
performing trades work and lead level work for areas such as
carpentry, electrical, HVAC, plumbing, masonry, or related trade
areas. Work involves project planning, cost estimating,
coordinating project priority, and ensuring work quality meets
standards and code requirements. Work is performed under the
general supervision of the Assistant Chief of Logistics and is
reviewed for thoroughness, timeliness, and conformance with
instructionand trade standards. The Facilities Lead is a full-time,
FLSA non-exempt, non-represented position.
- Perform duties in skilled building maintenance activities
associated with a variety of trades. Plan and coordinate with
outside vendors for repairs, maintenance, and
- Responsible for development and completion of projects in
assigned areas of budget. Monitor expenditures from assigned budget
areas. Work with Assistant Chief of Logistics to develop budget
- Plan, organize, and prioritize various maintenance, repair, and
construction projects in conjunction with approval from Assistant
Chief of Logistics for District assignments. Prepare and submit
periodic reports to the Assistant Chief of Logistics.
- Keep Assistant Chief of Logistics informed about District
project status on a continual basis.
- Assess work assignments in various stages of
- Communicate proactively with co-workers, management, and
clients about project and work status.
- Demonstrate and perform proactive facility care and
maintenance. Assist with preventive maintenance schedules for
capital facilities, and equipment replacement for all District
- Develop and evaluate the status of facilities and associated
- Perform journey-level experience in one craft area with general
knowledge in other craft areas including, but not limited to
Carpentry, Electrical, Plumbing, Painting, Welding, Masonry, and
HVAC. Conduct various analyses and inspections of heating, cooling,
air handling, lighting, plumbing and other building systems to
determine the most cost-effective means of maintenance, repair or
- May repair and maintain machinery and mechanical equipment in
accordance with diagrams, sketches, operating manuals, and
manufacturer's specifications, using hand and power tools and
precision-measuring and testing instruments.
- Read blueprints/schematics. Use and operate all shop equipment
and hand/power tools.
- Ensure project assignments conform to standards and code
- Determine materials, supplies, cost estimates for projects, and
order supplies and materials.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities required for success:
- Thorough knowledge of applicable safety rules and regulations.
(OSHA, WISHA, Department of L&I.)
- Commitment to the mission of the District and development of a
vision that embraces the trust and support of the District and the
- Clear and unequivocal commitment to cultural diversity as a
core value, both personally and organizationally.
- Knowledge of statutes, laws and regulations relative to Fire
Districts and/or the ability to acquire them.
- Responsible for administration of contracts and/or Interlocal
agreements by and between the Fire District and outside
Candidates shall have demonstrated ability and skill to
- Ensure project assignments conform to standards and code
- Lead and direct forces under stressful and hazardous
- Perform highly skilled trades maintenance, repair, construction
work and perform routine inspections.
- Plan projects, estimate costs and materials necessary to
complete assignments, plan and lay out projects, prioritize work,
ensure compliance with codes and standards, and oversee assignments
through project completion.
- Provide direction, assistance, training, and monitor work of
other maintenance staff assigned to specific projects.
- Work independently with minimal supervision.
- Carry out assignments in a timely manner that fulfills the
mission and needs of the District.
- Design and install building-related systems. Respond to
non-routine situations such as fire system sprinkler failures,
facility alarms and power outages.
- Work with outside clients or vendors on property acquisitions,
sales and obtain bids from vendors for materials, equipment and
The ideal candidate for this position will possess:
- High school diploma or GED.
- Three or more years of journey-level work experience in one or
more of the building, mechanical, electrical, carpentry, plumbing,
construction, or related trade areas and provide adequate
documentation of such as required.
- Additional training or experience may substitute for the
- Must have a valid Washington State driver's license and a
driving record acceptable to the District's insurance carrier
- Must be at least 18 years old.
- Must be able to read and write the English language.
- May be subject to on-call availability; and, at discretion of
supervisor, incumbent may work varied shifts.
- Candidate must be able to pass extensive preemployment
background check process.
- Must successfully pass 12-month probationary period.
- PERS 2 or 3 retirement-eligible position
- 100% employer-paid health insurance premiums
- Employer-paid deferred compensation contributions
- Employer-paid HRA VEBA plan contributions
- Health & Wellness Incentive
- Sick, holiday and vacation leave
- Longevity pay
- Tuition Reimbursement
Pierce County Fire District #21 – Facilities LeadBase Pay Range: $
97,760.00 -108,160.00 annuallyStarting wage is dependent upon
experience and qualifications. The District also includes an
excellent benefits package with several employer-paid benefits.
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