1.Maintains, repairs, and replaces potable and other water systems made from metal or plastic, including piping and related supports, fixtures such as faucets and toilets, fittings pumps, hot water tanks, valves, meters, backflow preventers, controls (e.g., regulators), and related equipment such as drinking fountains, hot water heaters, heat exchangers, softeners, de-mineralizers, distillers, booster pumps, and safety showers.
2. Apply and interpret local, state government and association building codes when required.
3. Maintains, repairs, and replaces sewage and storm water systems.
4. Maintains, repairs, and replaces sprinkler system components.
5. Maintains, repairs, and replaces gas system components.
6. Performs excavation, trench protection, and backfilling, as required by maintenance and installation work.
7. Performs pipe and tube joining, including silver brazing, soft soldering, threading, compression joints, flaring, and other methods common to the trade.
8. Inspects worksite for planned work's impact on associated trades and professionals (e.g., safety or mechanical engineer). Consults with others to ensure safety and prevent equipment outages.
9. Accurately maintain equipment inventory and history records required.
10. Apply plumbing formulas and conversion tables to job requirements required present facts clearly, both orally and in writing preferred.
11. Performs other duties as assigned.
Internal Number: 220_55744
About Tennessee State University
Tennessee State University is committed to excellence and has been consistently listed in the U.S. News & World Report’s “Guide to America’s Best Colleges” for more than a decade. Founded in 1912, TSU is a comprehensive, urban, co-educational, land-grant institution in Nashville, Tennessee. The university has been served by seven presidents, including Dr. Glenda Baskin Glover, who is currently serving as our eighth president.TWO CAMPUSESOur Nashville home offers two locations—the 500-acre main campus nestles in a beautiful residential neighborhood along the Cumberland River, and the downtown Avon Williams campus sits near the center of Nashville’s business and government district.