pennsylvaniasupervisor | Maintenance Repairman 2 in Wernersville, PA

Maintenance Repairman 2

  • Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
  • $34,455.00 - 60,400.00 / Year *
  • 250 Ruth Ave
  • Wernersville, PA 19565
  • Full-Time
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Maintenance Repairman 2



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Maintenance Repairman 2









Salary







$33,663.00 - $50,230.00 Annually











Location







Berks County, PA















Job Type







Civil Service Permanent Full-Time











Department







Department of Human Services















Job Number







CS-20190###-####0























Closing







3/12/2019 11:59 PM Eastern











Job Code







94620











Position Number







00056100











Union







AFSCME











Bargaining Unit







J1











Pay Group







ST04











Bureau/Division Code







00210781











Bureau/Division







HS Wernersville St Hosp











Worksite Address







160 Main Street











City







Wernersville











Zip Code







19565











Contact Name







Talent Acquisition and Planning Unit











Contact Email







...@pa.gov













+ Description



+ Benefits



+ Questions













THE POSITION





Wernersville State Hospital, a Mental Health facility, is looking for someone to utilize their trades and maintenance skills. The work performed is important to the safety and care of our consumers. If you are an experienced and reliable candidate that would love to make an impact on the lives of our consumers, this is the job for you.



IMPORTANT: YOU MUST APPLY TO THIS VACANCY POSTING, MEET ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS, COMPLETE THE SUPPLEMENTAL QUESTIONS AND RECEIVE A SCORE. YOUR SCORE IS ONLY VALID FOR THIS SPECIFIC VACANCY. ONCE THIS POSITION IS FILLED, YOUR SCORE IS NO LONGER VALID.



+ Full-time employment

+ Work hours: Monday thru Friday 8:00 am to 4:00 pm











DESCRIPTION OF WORK





This position performs skilled journey level work in several trades which consists of but not limited to Carpentry, Masonry, Electrical, Painting and Plumbing. Work involves proficiency within all aspects of the maintenance trades. Work performed consists of general building maintenance repair, preventative maintenance and/or necessary building renovation/construction on the campus of Wernersville State Hospital. Assignments are received through work orders and special oral/written instructions from immediate supervisor(s) and/or Facility Maintenance Manager(s).



Employee maintains and repairs Electrical and Plumbing fixtures such as circuits, lighting, switches, pipe and plumbing equipment. Preps, primes and paints interior and exterior surfaces of the buildings.



Employee operates a variety of equipment and performing minor repairs when needed.





REQUIRED EXPERIENCE, TRAINING & ELIGIBILITY









+ Must meetPA residency requirement

+ Minimum Experience and Training Requirements:Two years of experience as a Maintenance Repairman 1; or four years of experience in building and plant maintenance work, which has involved at least two of the building, electrical, or mechanical trades; or any equivalent combination of experience and training that affords the applicant with the Required Knowledges, Skills, and Abilities.

+ Must be able to perform essential job functions









Veterans:Pennsylvania law (51 Pa. C.S. ?7103) provides employment preference for qualified veterans for appointment to many state and local government jobs. To learn more aboutemployment preferences for veterans, visit our website atwww.employment.pa.gov, or contact us ...@pa.gov.





EXAMINATION INFORMATION









+ Score valid for this specific posting only

+ Score based on information reported on application and supplemental questions

+ Provide complete and accurate information or:



+ score may be lower than deserved

+ application processing may be delayed

+ disqualification may result









+ May only testonceunder this announcement

+ Email notice of test results provided













Further information on testing, assistance for persons with disabilities, veterans' preference, and other items can be obtained from:



Harrisburg: 2nd Level, Strawberry Sq. Complex, 320 Market St., P.O. Box 569, Hbg., 17108-0569; Telephone (717) ###-####



Philadelphia: 110 North 8th St., Suite 503, Phila., 19107; Telephone (215) ###-####



Pittsburgh: 411 Seventh Ave., Room 410, Pgh., 15219; Telephone (412) ###-####



Telecommunications Relay Service (TRS): 711 (hearing and speech disabilities or other individuals)



Internet: Info/Pages/default.aspx

















Health & Wellness

We offer a comprehensive benefits package, including health coverage, vision, dental, and wellness programs.*



Work/Life Balance

We understand that there is more to life than work - and we want you to enjoy it!

We offer paid vacation days, paid sick days, military leave, as well as paid time off for most major U.S. holidays. Alternate work schedules and telecommuting arrangements are available for certain positions.



Career Development

We want to help you grow and see your goals become a reality! Supervisors and human resource staff are available to help employees create a plan to develop skills for their current jobs or prepare for the next step in their careers. Employees can easily transfer between positions or agencies to expand knowledge and pursue new challenges while retaining leave and benefits. Additionally, there are a variety of programs available to help get you where you need to be.



Other Rewards

Commonwealth employees enjoy many other rewards, including opportunities for recognition, workplace charitable giving, and even special employee-only discounts.



For more information about benefits, health and wellness, work-life balance, career development, and other rewards go towww.employment.pa.govand click on the benefits box.



*Eligibility rules apply.

















01



CS-Commonwealth Employment

Do you have two years of experience as a Maintenance Repairman 1 while employed by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania?





+ Yes



+ No











02



CS-94620 MET 1 Do you possess at least four years of full-time experience in building and plant maintenance work, which involved at least two of the building, electrical, or mechanical trades?



+ Yes



+ No











03



CS-MET 1 If you are claiming experience in the above question, please list the employer(s) where you gained this experience in the text box below. The employer(s) and a description of the experiencemustalso be included in the appropriate sections of your application if you would like the experience to be considered in the eligibility decision. If you claimed you do not have experience, type N/A in the text box below.











04



CS-INSTRUCTIONS - You must complete the supplemental questions below. These supplemental questions are the exam and will be scored. They are designed to give you the opportunity to relate your experience and training background to the major activities (Work Behaviors) performed in this position. Failure to provide complete and accurate information may delay the processing of your application, or result in a lower-than-deserved score or disqualification. You may attach a resume, but youmustalso complete the applicationandanswer the supplemental questions.

All information you provide on your application and supplemental questions is subject to verification. Any misrepresentation, falsification or omission of material facts is subject to penalty. If requested, you must provide documentation, including names, addresses, and telephone numbers of individuals who can verify the validity of the information you provide in the application and supplemental questions.



Read each work behavior carefully. Determine and select which \"Level of Performance\" most closely represents your highest level of experience/training. List the employer(s)/training source(s) from your Work or Education sections of the application where you gained this experience/training.The \"Level of Performance\" you choose for each work behavior must be clearly supported within the description of the experience and training information entered in your application or your score may be lowered.In order to receive credit for experience, you must have worked in a job for at least six months in which the experience claimed was a major function.



If you have read and understand these instructions, please click on the \"Yes\" button and proceed to the exam questions.





+ Yes











05



WORK BEHAVIOR - GENERAL MAINTENANCE

Performs general maintenance and repair tasks such as cleaning filters, replacing seals/gaskets, oiling/greasing tools and equipment; making minor repairs to vehicles, tractors, lawn mowers, chain saws, leaf blowers, etc.; adjusting building systems using welders, drills, power saws, wrenches, channel locks, ratchet sets, and related mechanical tools and equipment.



Levels of Performance



Select the Level of Performance that best describes your claim.





+ A. I have experience performing general maintenance and repair tasks. I was responsible for projects such as cleaning or replacing filters, seals, and gaskets; oiling tools and equipment; making minor repairs to equipment, and adjusting building systems.



+ B. I have experience performing general maintenance tasks. I was responsible for projects such as cleaning or replacing filters, seals, and gaskets and oiling tools; however, someone else made minor repairs to equipment and adjusted building systems.



+ C. I have coursework or training related to general or preventative maintenance practices and functions.



+ D. I have NO experience or coursework related to this work behavior.











06



CS-EXPERIENCE DETAILS Describe your experience as it relates to the level of performance you claimed on this Work Behavior. Please be sure your response addresses the three items listed below. If you claimed you have no work experience related to this work behavior, type N/A in the text box below.



+ The name of the employer where you gained this experience.

+ The actual duties you performed related to the level of performance you claimed on this Work Behavior.

+ Your level of responsibility.



















07



CS-EDUCATION If you have selected the level of performance pertaining to college coursework, please provide your responses to the three items listed below. If you indicated you have no education/training related to this work behavior, type N/A in the text box below.



+ College/University

+ Course Title

+ Credits/Clock Hours



















08



WORK BEHAVIOR - SAFETY

Completes work according to general safety guidelines for the trade assigned by using appropriate safety and protective equipment. Performs pre- and post- operation checks of equipment to ensure safe operation and minimize wear of equipment and tools. Reports all workplace injuries or incidents to the appropriate authority. Corrects any safety hazards in the work area and reports them to the supervisor. Stores all tools and materials in accordance with manufacturer recommendation to protect from unnecessary damage.



Levels of Performance



Select the Level of Performance that best describes your claim.





+ A. I have experience following general safety guidelines. I was responsible for reporting any incidents and safety hazards to the appropriate authority and correcting any deficiencies.



+ B. I have experience following general safety guidelines. I was responsible for reporting any incidents and safety hazards to the appropriate authority; however, someone else took action to correct any deficiencies.



+ C. I have coursework or training in safety.



+ D. I have NO experience or coursework related to this work behavior.











09



CS-EXPERIENCE DETAILS Describe your experience as it relates to the level of performance you claimed on this Work Behavior. Please be sure your response addresses the three items listed below. If you claimed you have no work experience related to this work behavior, type N/A in the text box below.



+ The name of the employer where you gained this experience.

+ The actual duties you performed related to the level of performance you claimed on this Work Behavior.

+ Your level of responsibility.



















10



CS-EDUCATION If you have selected the level of performance pertaining to college coursework, please provide your responses to the three items listed below. If you indicated you have no education/training related to this work behavior, type N/A in the text box below.



+ College/University

+ Course Title

+ Credits/Clock Hours



















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WORK BEHAVIOR - REPORTING

Completes necessary forms or reports regarding in-progress and completed work. Maintains records of service calls. Receives, examines, and records the receipt of equipment, tools, paint, lumber, custodial supplies, electrical and plumbing supplies, etc., which are stocked and utilized by staff.



Levels of Performance



Select the Level of Performance that best describes your claim.





+ A. I have experience completing and maintaining forms and reports. I was responsible for logging service calls and maintaining inventory of equipment and supplies.



+ B. I have experience completing and maintaining forms and reports. I was responsible for logging service calls; however, someone else was responsible for maintaining inventory of equipment and supplies.



+ C. I have coursework or training in business writing, report writing, or English composition.



+ D. I have NO experience or coursework related to this work behavior.











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CS-EXPERIENCE DETAILS Describe your experience as it relates to the level of performance you claimed on this Work Behavior. Please be sure your response addresses the three items listed below. If you claimed you have no work experience related to this work behavior, type N/A in the text box below.



+ The name of the employer where you gained this experience.

+ The actual duties you performed related to the level of performance you claimed on this Work Behavior.

+ Your level of responsibility.



















13



CS-EDUCATION If you have selected the level of performance pertaining to college coursework, please provide your responses to the three items listed below. If you indicated you have no education/training related to this work behavior, type N/A in the text box below.



+ College/University

+ Course Title

+ Credits/Clock Hours



















14



WORK BEHAVIOR - BLUEPRINTS, SCHEMATICS, AND DIAGRAMS

Reads and interprets blueprints, schematics, or diagrams for a variety of projects encompassing different trades. Uses the blueprints, schematics, or diagrams to plan and complete assigned work. Stores the blueprints, schematics, or diagrams appropriately for future projects and assignments.



Levels of Performance



Select the Level of Performance that best describes your claim.





+ A. I have experience reading and interpreting blueprints. I was responsible for updating the blueprints when project changes occurred.



+ B. I have experience reading and interpreting blueprints. Someone else was responsible for updating the blueprints when project changes occurred.



+ C. I have coursework or training in blueprint reading.



+ D. I have NO experience or coursework related to this work behavior.











15



CS-EXPERIENCE DETAILS Describe your experience as it relates to the level of performance you claimed on this Work Behavior. Please be sure your response addresses the three items listed below. If you claimed you have no work experience related to this work behavior, type N/A in the text box below.



+ The name of the employer where you gained this experience.

+ The actual duties you performed related to the level of performance you claimed on this Work Behavior.

+ Your level of responsibility.



















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CS-EDUCATION If you have selected the level of performance pertaining to college coursework, please provide your responses to the three items listed below. If you indicated you have no education/training related to this work behavior, type N/A in the text box below.



+ College/University

+ Course Title

+ Credits/Clock Hours



















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WORK BEHAVIOR - CARPENTRY

Performs carpentry tasks such as installing and repairing drywall, doors, door frames, and furniture; fabricates, installs, and repairs counters, shelves, and partitions; builds and removes forms; constructs and repairs benches, retaining walls, fences, or gates; repairs various types of roofing and gutters using sanders, joiners, power saws, planers, drills, air guns, hammers, and related power and hand tools.



Levels of Performance



Select the Level of Performance that best describes your claim.





+ A. I have experience performing carpentry tasks such as installing and repairing doors, door frames, shelves, partitions, benches, fences, gates, or furniture. I was responsible for fabricating custom pieces as necessary.



+ B. I have experience performing carpentry tasks such as installing and repairing doors, door frames, shelves, partitions, benches, fences, gates, or furniture. Someone else was responsible for fabricating custom pieces as necessary.



+ C. I have coursework or training in carpentry.



+ D. I have NO experience or coursework related to this work behavior.











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CS-EXPERIENCE DETAILS Describe your experience as it relates to the level of performance you claimed on this Work Behavior. Please be sure your response addresses the three items listed below. If you claimed you have no work experience related to this work behavior, type N/A in the text box below.



+ The name of the employer where you gained this experience.

+ The actual duties you performed related to the level of performance you claimed on this Work Behavior.

+ Your level of responsibility.



















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CS-EDUCATION If you have selected the level of performance pertaining to college coursework, please provide your responses to the three items listed below. If you indicated you have no education/training related to this work behavior, type N/A in the text box below.



+ College/University

+ Course Title

+ Credits/Clock Hours



















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WORK BEHAVIOR - PLUMBING

Performs plumbing and heating tasks such as installing and maintaining steam lines, valves, toilets, sinks, urinals, showers, and steam heating and cooking equipment; sewer and storm drains, culverts, etc.; measuring, cutting, threading, soldering, and fitting steel, iron, copper, and PVC and PEX pipe using pipe cutters, drills, power saws, soldering tools, wrenches, channel locks, screwdrivers, and related tools and equipment.



Levels of Performance



Select the Level of Performance that best describes your claim.





+ A. I have experience installing and maintaining plumbing equipment such as steam lines, piping, valves, toilets, sinks, and showers. I was responsible for troubleshooting issues and making repairs as necessary.



+ B. I have experience maintaining plumbing equipment such as steam lines, piping, valves, toilets, sinks, and showers. I made repairs to equipment when issues occurred; however, someone else was responsible for troubleshooting the issue before I repaired it.



+ C. I have coursework or training in plumbing.



+ D. I have NO experience or coursework related to this work behavior.











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CS-EXPERIENCE DETAILS Describe your experience as it relates to the level of performance you claimed on this Work Behavior. Please be sure your response addresses the three items listed below. If you claimed you have no work experience related to this work behavior, type N/A in the text box below.



+ The name of the employer where you gained this experience.

+ The actual duties you performed related to the level of performance you claimed on this Work Behavior.

+ Your level of responsibility.



















22



CS-EDUCATION If you have selected the level of performance pertaining to college coursework, please provide your responses to the three items listed below. If you indicated you have no education/training related to this work behavior, type N/A in the text box below.



+ College/University

+ Course Title

+ Credits/Clock Hours



















23



WORK BEHAVIOR - ELECTRICAL

Performs electrical tasks such as installing electrical circuits, receptacles, switches, ceiling fans, and indoor and outdoor lighting fixtures; and connects equipment such as large power tools, dishwasher, space heaters, refrigeration equipment, pumps, and office equipment by using the correct size and type of wire, fixture, and conduit/armored cable using screwdrivers, pliers, wire cutters, pipe cutters/benders, drills, and related tools and equipment.



Levels of Performance



Select the Level of Performance that best describes your claim.





+ A. I have experience installing and maintaining electrical equipment such as receptacles, switches, ceiling fans, and lighting fixtures and connecting dishwashers, large power tools, and other equipment. I was responsible for troubleshooting issues and making repairs as necessary.



+ B. I have experience maintaining electrical equipment such as receptacles, switches, ceiling fans, and lighting fixtures and connecting dishwashers, large power tools, and other equipment. I made repairs to equipment when issues occurred; however, someone else was responsible for initially troubleshooting the issue I repaired.



+ C. I have coursework or training in electrical.



+ D. I have NO experience or coursework related to this work behavior.











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CS-EXPERIENCE DETAILS Describe your experience as it relates to the level of performance you claimed on this Work Behavior. Please be sure your response addresses the three items listed below. If you claimed you have no work experience related to this work behavior, type N/A in the text box below.



+ The name of the employer where you gained this experience.

+ The actual duties you performed related to the level of performance you claimed on this Work Behavior.

+ Your level of responsibility.



















25



CS-EDUCATION If you have selected the level of performance pertaining to college coursework, please provide your responses to the three items listed below. If you indicated you have no education/training related to this work behavior, type N/A in the text box below.



+ College/University

+ Course Title

+ Credits/Clock Hours



















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WORK BEHAVIOR - MASONRY

Performs masonry tasks such as preparing gravel base, constructing concrete forms, installing re-bar, pouring and finishing concrete floors, decks, and walkways; mixing mortar, laying block, brick, and stone; repairs concrete walks and masonry walls using wheelbarrows, shovels, rakes, trowels, pointers, and related tools and equipment.



Levels of Performance



Select the Level of Performance that best describes your claim.





+ A. I have experience performing masonry tasks such as installing and repairing concrete floors, decks, and walkways. I was responsible for preparing the area for installation.



+ B. I have experience performing masonry tasks such as installing and repairing concrete floors, decks, and walkways. Someone else prepared the area prior to the installation or repair I performed.



+ C. I have coursework or training in masonry.



+ D. I have NO experience or coursework related to this work behavior.











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CS-EXPERIENCE DETAILS Describe your experience as it relates to the level of performance you claimed on this Work Behavior. Please be sure your response addresses the three items listed below. If you claimed you have no work experience related to this work behavior, type N/A in the text box below.



+ The name of the employer where you gained this experience.

+ The actual duties you performed related to the level of performance you claimed on this Work Behavior.

+ Your level of responsibility.



















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CS-EDUCATION If you have selected the level of performance pertaining to college coursework, please provide your responses to the three items listed below. If you indicated you have no education/training related to this work behavior, type N/A in the text box below.



+ College/University

+ Course Title

+ Credits/Clock Hours



















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WORK BEHAVIOR - PAINTING

Performs painting tasks such as scraping, sanding, and caulking and applying one or more coats of paint as needed using rollers, brushes, air-powered spray guns, scrapers, wire brushes, sandpaper, sandblaster, and other abrasives and/or chemicals, and related tools and equipment.



Levels of Performance



Select the Level of Performance that best describes your claim.





+ A. I have experience painting a variety of surfaces. I was responsible for preparing the area by scraping, sanding, and caulking.



+ B. I have experience painting a variety of surfaces. Someone else was responsible for preparing the area before I painted it.



+ C. I have coursework or training in painting.



+ D. I have NO experience or coursework related to this work behavior.











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CS-EXPERIENCE DETAILS Describe your experience as it relates to the level of performance you claimed on this Work Behavior. Please be sure your response addresses the three items listed below. If you claimed you have no work experience related to this work behavior, type N/A in the text box below.



+ The name of the employer where you gained this experience.

+ The actual duties you performed related to the level of performance you claimed on this Work Behavior.

+ Your level of responsibility.



















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CS-EDUCATION If you have selected the level of performance pertaining to college coursework, please provide your responses to the three items listed below. If you indicated you have no education/training related to this work behavior, type N/A in the text box below.



+ College/University

+ Course Title

+ Credits/Clock Hours



















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WORK BEHAVIOR - ROOFING/SIDING

Performs roofing tasks by repairing, installing, or fabricating sheet metal hangers, metal or vinyl siding, metal rain spouting, sheet metal roofing, cold asphalt roofing, steel parts and fittings, sheet metal ductwork, sheet metal vents, built-up roofing, aluminum roofing parts and fittings, and asphalt or cedar shingle roofing.



Levels of Performance



Select the Level of Performance that best describes your claim.





+ A. I have experience installing and repairing siding, shingles, and sheet metal, aluminum, or asphalt roofing. I was also responsible for the layout of the new or repaired roofing and siding.



+ B. I have experience installing and repairing siding, shingles, and sheet metal, aluminum, or asphalt roofing. Someone else was responsible for the layout of the new or repaired roofing and siding.



+ C. I have coursework or training in roofing/siding.



+ D. I have NO experience or coursework related to this work behavior.











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CS-EXPERIENCE DETAILS Describe your experience as it relates to the level of performance you claimed on this Work Behavior. Please be sure your response addresses the three items listed below. If you claimed you have no work experience related to this work behavior, type N/A in the text box below.



+ The name of the employer where you gained this experience.

+ The actual duties you performed related to the level of performance you claimed on this Work Behavior.

+ Your level of responsibility.



















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CS-EDUCATION If you have selected the level of performance pertaining to college coursework, please provide your responses to the three items listed below. If you indicated you have no education/training related to this work behavior, type N/A in the text box below.



+ College/University

+ Course Title

+ Credits/Clock Hours



















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WORK BEHAVIOR - DRYWALL/PLASTER

Performs drywall and plaster tasks by using a scratcher, darby, or float to repair or install metal lathe, plastered masonry, plastered plaster board, mixed mortar, plastered metal lathe, drywall, or mixed spackling.



Levels of Performance



Select the Level of Performance that best describes your claim.





+ A. I have experience cutting and hanging drywall. I was also responsible for mudding and sanding the drywall.



+ B. I have experience cutting and hanging drywall. Someone else was responsible for mudding and sanding the drywall.



+ C. I have coursework or training in drywall/plaster.



+ D. I have NO experience or coursework related to this work behavior.











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CS-EXPERIENCE DETAILS Describe your experience as it relates to the level of performance you claimed on this Work Behavior. Please be sure your response addresses the three items listed below. If you claimed you have no work experience related to this work behavior, type N/A in the text box below.



+ The name of the employer where you gained this experience.

+ The actual duties you performed related to the level of performance you claimed on this Work Behavior.

+ Your level of responsibility.



















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CS-EDUCATION If you have selected the level of performance pertaining to college coursework, please provide your responses to the three items listed below. If you indicated you have no education/training related to this work behavior, type N/A in the text box below.



+ College/University

+ Course Title

+ Credits/Clock Hours

















Required Question

















Agency



Commonwealth of Pennsylvania











Address



613 North StreetHarrisburg, Pennsylvania, 17120











Website




Associated topics: customer service, diagnose, field service technician, machine repair, maintenance mechanic, malfunction, mechanical, millwright, service technician, troubleshoot


* The salary listed in the header is an estimate based on salary data for similar jobs in the same area. Salary or compensation data found in the job description is accurate.