This position exists within the General Construction department, and serves to install, maintain and repair mechanical lock and key systems and related door and cabinet hardware pertaining to OHSU operations.
Two years experience as a journey-level Locksmith OR Completion of an approved apprenticeship program.
Must be able to perform the essential functions of the position with or without accommodation.
Experience as a journey-level Limited Energy Technician (LEA) with a focus on electronic card access control system installation and maintenance.
Door and frame repair and preventative maintenance.
General knowledge and skill in the installation, alteration, maintenance and repair of lock and key systems & related hardware. Ability to maintain, expand and create multi-level master Key systems & files. Skill in use of tech manuals, key code references/specs. Ability to work from standard architectural drawings and hardware schedules.
Demonstrated ability to make independent decisions, analyze situations, solve complex problems and initiate actions.
Exceptional interpersonal and communication skills.
Knowledge of operations and maintenance means, methods, codes and regulations.
Proficiency with personal computer and current revisions of: Windows Operating Systems, MS Word, MS Excel, Outlook, Internet Explorer.
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