Equipment Service and Repair, #79050
Occupational Family: Trades and Operations
Pay Bands: 3 - 5


Concept of Work

The Equipment Service and Repair Career Group provides a career track for equipment and repair technicians that service and repair equipment, such as aircraft, watercraft, automobiles, medium and heavy-duty on-road and off-road equipment, musical equipment, elevators, boilers, turbines, machines, and other related equipment. The range of work is from entry level technical repair to management. Some positions may require FAA Airframe and Powerplant certification with Inspection Authorization, State Vehicle Inspection License; Commercial Driverís License, or other relevant certifications.

Roles Comprising This Group

These roles describe the collective characteristics of the work performed by employees in the Equipment Service and Repair Career Group. The roles define the typical career paths for employees who pursue careers in this field, such as mechanics, machinists, and installers and repairers of various types of equipment.

Although all of these occupations are equipment service and repair technicians, each warrants a separate career track. Each of these career paths requires different knowledge, skills, and abilities and would not naturally lead to the other for career progression. However, a role for each of these occupations represents different levels of work, or career progression. Career paths may exist within a single role, extend to other roles in this Career Group, or to roles in other occupationally related Career Groups.

PAY

BAND

PRACTITIONER ROLES

ROLE

CODE

MANAGEMENT ROLES

ROLE

CODE

3

Equipment Service and

Repair Technician I

79051

 

 

4

Equipment Service and

Repair Technician II

79052

Equipment Service and

Repair Manager I

79053

5

   

Equipment Service and

Repair Manager II

79054

Role Descriptions

These roles are distinguished based upon the Compensable Factors of Complexity, Results, and Accountability and are used for position classification. These factors should be used for classification and compensation analysis. Recruitment and selection standards must be based on knowledge, skills, and abilities as indicated in the Employee Work Profile.

Equipment Service and Repair Technician I

Code: 79051

Pay Band: 3

SOC: 49-0000*

The Equipment Service and Repair Technician I role provides a career path for service and repair technicians performing entry level responsibilities to first line working supervisory responsibilities. Duties include manually labor intensive work that involves the service and repair of mechanical, electronic, and other equipment requiring technical knowledge and expertise, effective diagnostic and repair techniques and procedures related to a wide variety of equipment.

Equipment Service and Repair Technician I

COMPLEXITY

  • Skill in the use of diagnostic equipment and a variety of tools specific to the trade.
  • Applies knowledge of the design and function of equipment.
  • Performs skilled technician work that involves diagnosis, replacement, repair and rebuilding of a variety of equipment, components and/or systems.
  • Ability to interpret and follow technical manuals, blueprints, mechanical drawings, and schematics.
  • Follows industry/ government specific guidelines, particularly as they relate to safety, health and environmental practices.
  • May apply principles and practices of electrical and electronics theory.
  • May require State inspection license and/or Commercial Drivers license.

RESULTS

  • Error-free results affect the public safety.
  • Ineffective job performance impacts the efficiency of equipment operations.
  • Violation of safety practices could endanger lives.
  • Accurate and timely repairs represent savings in cost and time to the agency or university.

ACCOUNTABILITY

  • Ensures detailed repairs, safety and health procedures and industry/government standards are followed.
  • May provide technical work direction.
  • Refers complex issues to higher supervision. Seeks approval for repairs exceeding defined costs.

 

These two roles provide a dual career track for the equipment service and repair technicians.

Equipment Service and Repair

Technician II

Code: 79052

Pay Band: 4

SOC: 49-0000*

Equipment Service and Repair

Manager I

Code: 79053

Pay Band: 4

SOC: 49-1011*

The Equipment Service and Repair Technician II role provides a career path for the equipment service and repair technicians with an advanced skilled level requiring technical expertise in specialized equipment repair and may require expertise in instruction of equipment users and knowledge of supervisory practices. Duties involve the service and repair of complex and specialized mechanical, electronic, and other equipment, such as watercrafts or aircraft.

Equipment Service and Repair Technician II

COMPLEXITY

  • Applies mastery of skills in area(s) of specialization.
  • Adapts procedures, techniques, tools, materials and/or equipment to meet special needs.
  • Extensive experience in the function.
  • Special licenses may be required for some positions.

RESULTS

  • Serves as a resource to others in the resolution of complex problems and issues.
  • Efficient service and repair results in reduction of equipment downtime, cost of operation, and public welfare.
  • Violation of safety practices could endanger lives.
  • Errors may result in significant agency inconvenience.

ACCOUNTABIITY

  • May orient, train, assign and check the work of lower level employees.
  • May be designated as lead worker or supervise a small group of technicians.
  • Makes decisionsí affecting not only the repair of equipment, but involves scheduling, and the work and safety of others.
  • Relies on experience and judgment to plan and accomplish goals.

 

The Equipment Service and Repair Manager I role is for managers responsible for supervising and managing work in the field of equipment repair. Employees provide the full range of supervision to work crews, plan and prioritize work, and maintain appropriate records.

Equipment Service and Repair Manager I

COMPLEXITY

  • Applies knowledge of the function of equipment related to the area of assignment.
  • Evaluates the effectiveness of services provided and recommends changes in procedures to meet usersí needs.
  • Possesses and applies knowledge of effective management practices and principles.
  • Extensive operational experience in the area of assignment.
  • Follows industry specific guidelines, particularly as they relate to safety and environmental practices.
  • Ability to interpret policies and procedures and provide direction.
  • Possesses and applies knowledge of cost management principles.

RESULTS

  • Effective job performance ensures safe and continued operation of the equipment and efficiency in equipment operations.
  • Violation of safety practices could endanger lives and create an adverse environmental impact.

ACCOUNTABILITY

  • Supervises technicians and/or first level supervisors.
  • Ensures detailed operational and safety procedures are followed. Ensures compliance with regulatory agenciesí standards.
  • Responsible for meeting and maintaining budgetary requirements.
  • May coordinate contractor or vendor services.

 

Equipment Service and Repair

Manager II

Code: 79050

Pay Band: 5

SOC: 49-1011*

The Equipment Service and Repair Manager II role provides a career track for managers responsible for performing, supervising, and managing maintenance and repair work of unusual technical difficulty. Employees provide the full range of supervision to technicians or contractual service providers, plan, prioritize work and evaluate, may conduct pre-flight inspections, and maintain appropriate records.

Equipment Service and Repair Manager II

COMPLEXITY

  • Applies knowledge of the function of equipment related to highly technical maintenance or specialized equipment.
  • Evaluates the effectiveness of services provided and recommends changes in procedures to meet usersí needs.
  • Possesses and applies knowledge of effective management practices and principles.
  • Extensive operational experience in the area of assignment.
  • Follows and monitors industry specific guidelines, particularly as they relate to safety and environmental practices.
  • Ability to interpret and follow direction as well as provide direction.
  • May require a FAA Airframe and PowerPoint Certificate with Inspection Authorization and/or other relevant certifications.
  • Possesses and applies knowledge of cost management procedures and techniques.

RESULTS

  • Effective job performance results in workplace efficiencies in equipment operations and enhances the safety of employees and the public.
  • Errors may result in significant negative publicity for the agency.

ACCOUNTABILITY

  • Supervision of technicians and contractual service providers on and off-site.
  • Ensures detailed operational and safety procedures are followed and compliance with strict regulatory standards.
  • Responsible for meeting and maintaining budgetary requirements.
  • May be accountable for statewide maintenance program, with responsibility for certifying conformance to Federal requirements.

 

*Statistical Reporting

This Career Group includes, but is not limited to, those in the following Standard Occupational Classifications:

47-4020 Elevator Installers and Repairers
49-0000 Installation, Maintenance & Repair Occupations
49-1010 First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Mechanics
49-2090 Miscellaneous Electrical and Electronic Equipment Mechanics, Installers andRepairers
49-3010 Aircraft Mechanics and Service Technicians
49-3021 Automotive Body & Related Repairers
49-3040 Heavy Vehicle and Mobile Equipment Service Technicians and Mechanics
49-3051 Motorboat Mechanics
49-9063 Musical Instrument Repairers and Tuners
49-9090 Miscellaneous Installation, Maintenance and Repair Workers
51-4040 Machinists

New Effective Date: 11/01/01

History

Previous class titles (listed by new role title).

Equipment Service & Repair Technician I

CLASS

CODE

CLASS TITLE

GRADE

61191

Electronic Equipment Installation and Repair Tech

6

64061

Warehouse Mechanic/ABC

6

61192

Electronic Equipment Installation and Repair Supervisor

7

63181

Equipment Repair Technician

7

61101

Laundry Mechanic

7

61441

Power Plant Mechanic

7

64062

Warehouse Mechanic Lead/ABC

7

63171

Equipment Body Repair Specialist

8

63182

Equipment Repair Technician Senior

8

63021

Machinist

8

Equipment Service & Repair Technician II

CLASS

CODE

CLASS TITLE

GRADE

61061

Elevator Maintenance Mechanic

9

63183

Equipment Repair Supervisor

9

61531

Watercraft Maintenance Mechanic

9

34091

Piano Tuner

10

61023

Aircraft Maintenance Mechanic

10

71101

Armorer/State Police

10

61532

Elevator Maintenance Supervisor

11

Equipment Service & Repair Manager I

CLASS

CODE

CLASS TITLE

GRADE

82383

Marine Resources Fleet Supervisor

10

63184

Equipment Repair Manager

10

61532

Watercraft Maintenance Supervisor

10

63185

Equipment Repair Manager Senior

11

Equipment Service & Repair Manager II

CLASS

CODE

CLASS TITLE

GRADE

61024

Aircraft Maintenance Supervisor

12