Locksmith, UMKC Campus Facilities, 86807
As a UMKC employee within the BTS Locksmith trade, you'll belong to an engaged, diverse community and will get to interact and engage with faculty, staff, and students from a variety of backgrounds daily. UMKC offers many competitive benefits, including health, dental, life and other insurance plans; a comprehensive retirement program; and educational assistance and tuition reduction programs for employees and their spouse/dependents. You will have a assorted amount of work in the locksmith trade and you will have the opportunity to broaden your skillsets with the Campus facilities Department as you will work side by side with the skilled trades such as HVAC, electrical carpentry, and plumbing when needed. There is never a dull, typical day on campus as we have a wide variety of buildings that range from over 100 years old to just under 2 years old, and some of our most iconic buildings have great history in Kansas City, for example Scofield Hall. This job could be just the refreshing change and new opportunity you are looking for, and we encourage you to apply and start a new adventure in your career.
Perform skilled work on a journey level involving the installation, maintenance, service and repair of a wide range of locking mechanisms, door closers and exit devices; and in the fabrication, issuance and accountability for keys for such equipment. Work is subject to spot checking and inspection for conformance to specifications and accepted standards of the trade. Functional contacts include co-workers, other service department employees, and other university staff and students.
* Install, maintain, repair, reset, adjust and/or replace all types of locking mechanisms and/or door closers
* Make keys from duplicate pattern keys on manually and automatically operated key cutting machines. Make keys manually from codes, by observing pin settings in locking devices and by impression models.
* May issue and receive keys. Maintain necessary access rosters and lists, card files, receipts and other records to account for keys issued, received, and maintained in key vault. Maintain file of combinations for combination locking devices
* As directed by proper authority, open locks for which no key is available, utilizing prescribed lock-picking procedures and lock-picking tools. May maintain and repair coin vending devices serviced by the university. May lock and unlock various rooms and offices as assigned.
* May perform or assist with preparation of cost estimates, material orders, reports and maintenance of records.
* High school graduate or equivalent; demonstrated skills may offset requirements and a minimum of 4-years of actual experience in the trade, including apprentice or vocational training.
* Knowledge and skill in the maintenance and use of tools, equipment and materials of the trade.
* Manual dexterity and physical coordination.
* Access to keys and ability to open locks requires a person of appropriate character.
* Valid driver's license required.
Commensurate with education, experience, and internal equity.
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