Preventative Maintenance Mechanic (Statewide)

State of Alaska | Anchorage, AK

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Posted Date 5/03/2024
Description Salary: $0.00 Hourly

Location : Anchorage, AK

Job Type: Full Time

Job Number: Job #24-8425

Department: Alaska Housing Finance Corporation

Opening Date: 05/03/2024

Position Open To: All Applicants

Bargaining Unit: Excluded

Range: MM

Job Description

Corporate Values: Integrity, Respectful, Leadership, Sustainable

Alaska Housing Finance Corporation

Preventative Maintenance Mechanic (Statewide)

ANCHORAGE/Job #24-8425 PCN 475


AHFC is currently recruiting for two Statewide Preventative Maintenance Mechanics based out of Anchorage.

This is a Union position with an hourly rate of $25.47, non-exempt, non-supervisory.

The Corporation offers excellent benefits: medical/dental/vision, retirement plan, paid leave and holidays, company vehicle available, over time, per diem, and more.

This position is primarily responsible for the maintenance and repair of the Corporations property systems statewide. Performs journeyman level work in several trades which may include plumbing, electrical, carpentry, flooring, HVAC, concrete/masonry, and landscaping.

This position is a statewide traveling role headquartered in Anchorage, requiring periodic travel to locations such as Cordova, Fairbanks, Juneau, Ketchikan, Kodiak, Nome, Seward, Sitka, Valdez, Wasilla, Wrangell, and Bethel by means of airplane, ferry, or automobile. Travel may be up to two (2) weeks per
month, as required. While in Anchorage, the standard 40-hour workweek is observed, with occasional opportunities for overtime. During statewide travel, to the aforementioned locations, there is additional opportunities for overtime.

The primary purpose of travel is to assist site maintenance staff with projects,
or working closely with another statewide traveling maintenance mechanic.

Examples of Job Duties include but not limited to the following:
Perform tasks involving all types of maintenance, services, and repairs to buildings and equipment. Included are gas and oil heating systems, plumbing, electrical, glazing, roofing, carpentry, cement/masonry, flooring, painting, drywall repairs, weatherization, and other finishes.

Assists with state-wide heating fuel tank maintenance inspections and repairs.
Performs seasonal preventative maintenance work to ensure facilities are kept in good repair. May be required to provide snow and ice control using hand tools, plow trucks, or skid steer.

Coordinates building inspections to assess extra-ordinary maintenance and/or tenant-caused repair needs. Determines cause and damage to building, units and/or equipment and required repairs; advises Facilities Management if repair and labor costs are not due to normal wear and tear.

May perform renovation of housing units.

Responds to after hour emergencies, which can include weekends and holidays. Performs emergency maintenance and repairs, at any hour, to prevent inconvenience and/or damage to facilities. May be required to respond to call-outs.

Performs other related duties as required or assigned.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Methods, tools, practices and systems used in the gas and oil heating systems, electrical, glazing, roofing, carpentry, cement/masonry, flooring, painting and other finishes.

Standard construction and maintenance practices, processes, and materials involved in each trade utilizing industry standards to insure preservation of corporation assets.

Effectively uses Microsoft suite of programs, email applications, and operation of office equipment.

Occupational hazards and safety precautions.

Uses critical thinking to solve problems.

At least six months of data processing and Microsoft Office related computer experience.

Minimum Qualifications

Minimum Qualifications:

Graduation from high school, GED or equivalent and four years apprenticeship training or three years journeyman level experience in construction or maintenance of buildings, electrical, carpentry, plumbing or mechanical trades work; or any equivalent combination of experience or training.

Valid Boiler Operator Certificate Class 4 or be able to obtain within one (1) year of date of employment.

Physical demands: lifting, carrying, pushing, and/or pulling; climbing and balancing; frequent stooping, kneeling, crouching, and/or crawling. Must be able to lift a minimum of 50 pounds repeatedly during an 8 hour workday.

Must provide a valid Alaska driver's license and show proof of driving record in good standing from DMV when requested.

This is a union position with an hourly rate of $25.47, non-exempt, non-supervisory. Offers excellent benefits: medical/dental/vision, retirement plan, paid leave and holidays, company vehicle available, over time, per diem, and more.

All external applicants tentatively selected for this position shall be required to submit to urinalysis and breath alcohol testing to screen for illegal drug/alcohol use and complete a pre-employment physical prior to appointment.

Contact Information



AHFC May Offer Hybrid Teleworking Opportunities for Some Positions

AHFC provides employment opportunities to low and very-low income persons, in compliance with Section 3 of the HUD Act of 1968. Public Housing Residents are encouraged to apply.


Salary25.47 Hour
Per Diem
Per Diem Offered

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