Summary

Maintenance | Engineer II | Myers-Wilkins Elementary | Closing: 07/15/2024

Description

Engineer II  
Myers-Wilkins Elementary School
40 hours/week | Monday – Friday | 6:00am – 2:30pm
Starting Wage: $25.90/hr + Benefits
Reposted

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Summary:
The Engineer II assumes responsibility for and participates in the general operation, preventive maintenance, and custodial care of assigned buildings and grounds along with the heating, cooling and ventilation of assigned facilities. Positions assigned to this classification have responsibility for directing a small staff (2-5) and for maintaining a smaller facility/building staffed with Maintenance Custodian and School Custodian IIs including the scheduling of work assignments, determining work priorities, and staff evaluations but do not have the authority to initiate other personnel actions as a supervisor. The Engineer II classification is part of a classification series comprised of four levels. Positions assigned to the Engineer II differ from Engineer I in that the Engineer II is typically assigned facilities of larger square footage (e.g. 70,001 – 180,000 sq. ft.) and typically require a larger number of staff to maintain the additional square footage. The difference between positions assigned to Engineer II vs. Engineer III is primary related to the size of the facility and the greater diversity of staff required to properly maintain and service the needs of the assigned building at the Engineer III level.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Requires a minimum of a high school diploma or equivalent and two years previous experience as an Engineer I or previously related custodial, facility maintenance and/or boiler operation experience
  • Or an equivalent combination of education, training and/or experience necessary to successfully perform the essential functions of the work.
  • First Class C Boiler License in the State of Minnesota (Required)

Knowledge and Physical Requirements per the attached job description.

In addition to rewarding career opportunities, Duluth Public Schools offers an excellent benefit package to employees who are hired into positions scheduled to work 24 hours/week or more. Benefits include, but are not limited to the following:
 
Medical/Prescription Drug Plan with Health Reimbursement Arrangement

  • Single Coverage – District pays 100% of premium (FREE) + contributes $2,612.50 into HRA annually
  • Family Coverage – District pays 75% of premium (25% employee contribution) + contributes $5,225.00 into HRA annually

Dental Plan

  • Single Coverage – District pays 100% of Basic premium (FREE)
  • Family Coverage – District pays 25% of Premium

Life Insurance                                       

  • District provides minimum of $50,000 of life insurance at no cost, employee may purchase supplemental life insurance

 Long Term Disability

  • District-provided at no cost to employee

Flexible Spending Accounts

  • Employees may elect to contribute on a pre-tax basis to Health Flexible Spending Accounts and Dependent Care Accounts

Retirement

  • The District contributes 7.25% of your total salary in the Public Employees Retirement Association) pension plan.
  • Employees may also elect to participate in Tax-Shelter Annuity options.

Time Off

  • Each bargaining unit contract defines time off provisions such as holidays, sick/personal leave, vacation, etc. 

Contact Information:
If you have any questions, please contact Human Resources at 218-336-8722 or email noncerthr@isd709.org