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KEY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

Examples of key duties are interpreted as being descriptive and not restrictive in nature. The following duties are listed both as trade specific and shared responsibilities. 1. Maintains, repairs and installs plumbing and related fixtures and components. 2. Repairs piping of various size and type. 3. Checks safety equipment and replaces components such as washers, gaskets, and filters. 4. Inspects, repairs, or replaces pumps, valves and boiler systems, including swimming pool pumps. 5. Services and maintains air compressors. 6. Maintains and adjusts chemical treatment controls for the pool. 7. Keep low pressure hot water heating boiler log 8. Inspects and tests fire sprinkler system and booster pumps; prepares documentation for compliance. 9. Monitors and adjusts building automation systems. 10. Monitors work done by outside contractors for adherence to Plumbing Code Requirements and reports back to supervisor. 11. Assists in the writing of specifications for repairs and new construction

Job Duties and Tasks for: "Pipe Fitter"


1) Cut, thread, and hammer pipe to specifications, using tools such as saws, cutting torches, and pipe threaders and benders. 2) Assemble and secure pipes, tubes, fittings, and related equipment, according to specifications, by welding, brazing, cementing, soldering, and threading joints. 3) Attach pipes to walls, structures and fixtures, such as radiators or tanks, using brackets, clamps, tools or welding equipment. 4) Inspect, examine, and test installed systems and pipe lines, using pressure gauge, hydrostatic testing, observation, or other methods. 5) Measure and mark pipes for cutting and threading. 6) Lay out full scale drawings of pipe systems, supports, and related equipment, following blueprints.

Job Duties and Tasks for: "Welder-Fitter"


1) Lays out, positions, and secures parts and assemblies according to specifications, using straightedge, combination square, calipers, and ruler. 2) Tack-welds or welds components and assemblies, using electric, gas, arc, or other welding equipment. 3) Cuts workpiece, using powered saws, hand shears, or chipping knife. 4) Melts lead bar, wire, or scrap to add lead to joint or to extrude melted scrap into reusable

form. 5) Installs or repairs equipment, such as lead pipes, valves, floors, and tank linings. 6) Observes tests on welded surfaces, such as hydrostatic, x-ray, and dimension tolerance to evaluate weld quality and conformance to specifications.

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