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1. Select the response described below that best describes your experience as a Maintenance Worker WG-7. Select only 1 response.A. I have expert knowledge and experience in performing all functions of a Maintenance Worker following and using the established techniques, functions and procedures independently with minimal supervision. Examples of duties can include: operating hand and power tools safely, repairing and restoring historic masonry structures; performing work requirements by reading and interpreting plans, technical manuals and written and/or oral instructions; performing routine mechanical maintenance to vehicles..
2. Do you have a current valid state's driver's license or the ability to obtain a valid state driver's license?A. Yes
For each task in the following group, choose the statement from the list below that best describes your experience and/or training. Darken the oval corresponding to that statement in Section 25 of the Qualifications and Availability Form C. Please select only one letter for each item.A- I know little or nothing about this.
3. Assist with cutting, fitting, and laying of brick, block, and native stone in need of repair or construction of headwalls, trailside retaining walls, sign bases, terraces, and building foundations.
4. Use tools safely such as trowels, floats, joint runner, levels, plumb bob, brick hammers and chisels.
5. Mix proper proportion of sand, lime, cement, coloring, and other additives and water to achieve desired consistency and texture when repairing or restoring materials.
6. Construct and repair items such as tables, benches, and shelving.
7. Assist with layout and construction of porches, buildings, fencing, signs, and exhibits.
8. Utilize restorative technique items such as vigas, canals, corbles, and posts to restorations.
9. Install siding, roofing, interior finishing materials, doors and windows.
10. Receive assignments from supervisors verbally.
11. Receive detailed instruction on new assignments covering methods, techniques, materials and tools required.
12. Read and interpret various construction plans, layouts, and sketches relating to maintenance restoration work.
13. Utilize power and hand tools safely such as power saw and drill, routers, lathes, and handsaws to restore buildings in need of repair.
14. Troubleshoot equipment problems and take appropriate corrective action to restore devices to operational level.
15. Determine the extent of repairs required and prepare work orders, listing materials, parts and other items necessary to accomplish the work.
16. Assemble, install and repair equipment used in maintenance work.
17. Familiar with the materials that are used in the maintenance trade.