Exhibits Maint Tech I
Essential Functions: Note: Individual may not perform all of the responsibilities listed at a specific point in time, but will perform all of the responsibilities over an extended period of time.
- Install new exhibits, renovate and clean existing exhibits, and change out defective exhibit elements.
- Perform a wide range of trades and operations such as electrical wiring, carpentry, painting, and structure construction.
- Start exhibits, monitor operation, clean and dust electronic components, set color balance on television monitors, check audio levels, clean electronic connectors, visually inspect exhibits, and replace lamps.
- Conduct system analysis and diagnose malfunctions working to the component level. Replace assemblies with spare parts.
- Diagnose and repair defective assemblies, replace or repair components, test operation, and place unit in spares inventory.
- Align and adjust systems, subsystems, and assemblies to ensure proper operation. Repair cabinetry and static displays using a wide range of materials and operations including Formica, patching with bondo or fiberglass, gluing, soldering, welding, screwing, sanding, and painting.
- Maintain and repair tools and equipment.
- Precision test measuring devices.
- Prepare requisitions for parts and materials required to install and maintain exhibits and assist to locate supply sources.
- Diagnose and repair PLC and computer-controlled A/V Systems by reading and understanding schematics.
- Attend all company training relating to GuestPath (guest services), GreenPath (environmental management system), and safety awareness.
- Follow safety rules and wear proper PPE.
- Practice good housekeeping by managing work area in a clean and orderly condition.
- Implement process improvements.
- Individuals generate hazardous or controlled waste during regular job activities and are responsible for ensuring that hazardous or controlled waste is properly managed in accordance with all applicable NASA, state, and federal requirements and regulations. Although it is not a routine part of this job, individuals may be responsible for labeling and inspecting waste accumulation containers. This position requires site specific waste management training including initial RCRA hazardous waste management training and universal waste training, within six months of assignment. Individuals will also be required to attend annual refresher training to meet the requirements of 40 CFR 265.16.
Performs miscellaneous related duties and such other duties as the manager, exhibits maintenance may assign.
Education: Associates Degree in electronics technology.
Experience: Five years of related experience with the Associates Degree or eight years of equivalent experience in lieu of degree. Must be familiar with video tape editor, tape recorders, DVD technology, video monitors, video projectors, computers, computer repair, laser disc players, and MPEG-2 technology.
Skills: Able to read and interpret written information. Some knowledge of electricity and mechanics. Able to use hand and hand power tools, soldering iron, heat gun, saws, fork lift truck, pallet jack, hydraulic lift, sanders, paint spray equipment and electronic test and measurement devices. Able to write and edit exhibit related software.
Physical Demands: Requires the physical equivalent of exerting effort of lifting and carrying or manipulating of materials and equipment weighing 1 to 5 pounds up to 70% of the day and 5 to 25 pounds up to 10% of the day and up to 50 pounds with some regularity. Requires bending, kneeling, crawling, climbing, stooping, pushing, pulling, and reaching. Requires close, highly concentrated mental and visual attention to work along with coordination of precise manual dexterity for sustained periods. Requires shift work in order to complete functions and requirements.
Work Environment: Requires working indoors and outdoors in the presence of heat, dirt, dust, fumes, wetness, paint, and solvents.
Conditions of Employment
Must pass Exhibit Tech Exam
All applicants must pass a drug screening
Must be eligible to receive a NASA ID badge and pass a background check.
Equal Employment Opportunity
Delaware North Companies, Incorporated and its subsidiaries consider applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, creed, gender, national origin, age, disability, marital or veteran status, sexual orientation, or any other legally protected status. Delaware North is an equal opportunity employer.