- Provides licensed plumbing services in accordance with state and local plumbing codes.
- Performs plumbing systems repair, maintenance and construction on industrial, commercial, and medical research facilities.
- Installs and repairs plumbing systems including pumps, fixtures, potable water systems, meters, industrial and sanitary waste systems, and laboratory utilities, in adherence with state and municipal plumbing codes.
- Performs routine testing on backflow preventers, water, and industrial waste systems, laboratory utilities, meters, pumps and fixtures to ensure continuity of service.
- Troubleshoots plumbing systems and components to identify faulty parts which need replacement or repair.
- Reads and interprets blueprints and schematic drawings for material take-off and to complete work assignments.
- Compiles material lists for stock requisitions and deliveries.
- Takes the necessary precautions, in keeping with OSHA standards and other applicable regulations, when working with hazardous chemicals, materials, and power equipment.
- Uses personal protective equipment as required.
- May temporarily perform the duties of a supervisor in his/her absence.
- Provides guidance and serves as a resource to other shop members.
- Will occasionally supervise other plumbers in the completion of projects.
- Operates hand and power tools.
- Ensures the safeguarding of all assigned tools and equipment.
- May drive utility vehicles to and from work sites; is responsible for their safety, maintenance and cleanliness.
- Performs related responsibilities as required.
A high school diploma or equivalent. Four years of plumbing work experience. A current Georgia Journeyman Plumber's license. A valid Georgia driver's license and an insurable driving record.