Occupational Classifications and Work Descriptions

Subject to Section. 66.0903, 103.49 and 103.50, Stats.

Prepared by Department of Workforce Development/Equal Rights Division
PO Box 8928
Madison WI 53708

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CODE: 101

PRIMARY PURPOSE:

Mounts acoustical or egg crate tile to walls and ceilings of buildings and structures to reduce reflection of sound and to decorate rooms.

TYPICAL DUTIES:

Measures and marks surface to lay out work according to blueprints and drawings. Inspects furrings, mechanical mountings and masonry surface for plumbness and level using spirit or water level. Nails or screws molding to wall to support and seal joint between ceiling tile and wall. Scribes and cuts edges of tile to fit wall where wall molding is not specified. Applies cement to back of tile. Presses and aligns tile into place with layout marks and joints of previously laid tile. Nails channels or wood furring strips to surface to provide mounting for tile. Places building paper between tile and furring strip prior to application of butt-edge tile. Nails, screws or staples tile to wooden furring strips. Hangs dry lines (stretched string) to wall molding to guide positioning of main runners. Drives hanger inserts into reinforced concrete ceiling using power fastening tool. Suspends and bends hanger wires at points touching dry lines. Threads wires through holes in main runners and cuts and attaches cross supports to suspended runners and wall molding using snips, clips and rivet gun. Cuts tiles for fixtures and borders using keyhole saw and inserts tiles into supporting framework. May wash concrete surfaces with washing soda and zinc sulfate solution before mounting tile to increase adhesive qualities of surfaces. May erect scaffolding.

CODE: 302

PRIMARY PURPOSE:

Removes asbestos from ceilings, walls, beams, boilers, mechanical equipment and other structures, following EPA and OSHA handling and removal requirements.

TYPICAL DUTIES:

Erects scaffolding and seals off work area using plastic sheeting and duct tape. Positions mobile decontamination unit or portable showers at entrance of work area. Builds connecting walkway between mobile unit or portable showers and work area using hand tools, lumber, nails, plastic sheeting and duct tape. Positions portable air evacuation and filtration system inside work area. Sprays chemical solution over asbestos-covered surfaces using tank with attached hose and nozzle to soften asbestos. Cuts and scrapes asbestos from surfaces using knife and scraper. Shovels asbestos into plastic disposal bags and seals bags using duct tape. Cleans work area of loose asbestos using vacuum, broom and dustpan. Places asbestos in disposal bags and seals bags using duct tape. Dismantles scaffolding and temporary walkway using hand tools and places plastic sheeting and disposal bags into transport bags. Seals bags using duct tape and loads bags into truck.

CODE: 102

PRIMARY PURPOSE:

Assembles boilers, tanks, vats, elliptical or spherical water tanks or towers and pressure vessels normally made of 10 gauge or heavier metal according to blueprint specifications using portable power tools, hand tools and equipment.

TYPICAL DUTIES:

Locates and marks reference points for columns or plates on foundation using straightedge, square, transit and measuring tape. Attaches riffing or signals crane operator to lift parts to specified position. Aligns structures or plate sections to assemble boiler frames, tanks or vats, using plumb bob, level, wedge, dog or turnbuckle. Hammers, flame-cuts, files or grinds irregular edges of sections or structural parts to facilitate fitting edges together. Bolts or arc-welds structures and sections together. Positions drums and headers into supports or bolts or welds supports to frames. Aligns water tubes and connects and expands ends to drums and headers using tube expander. Bells beads with power hammer or welds tube ends to insure leakproof joints. Bolts or welds casing sections, uptakes, stacks, baffles and such fabricated parts as chutes, air heaters, fan stands, feeding tubes, catwalks, ladders, coal hoppers and safety hatches to frame using wrench. Installs manholes, handholds, valves, gauges and feedwater connection in drums to complete assembly of water tube boilers. Tests assembled vessel by pumping water or gas under specified pressure into vessel and observing instruments for evidence of leakage. Repairs boilers or tanks in field by unbolting or flame cutting defective sections or tubes, straightening plates using torch or jack, installing new tubes, fitting and welding new sections and replacing worn lugs on bolts.

CODE: 103

PRIMARY PURPOSE:

Layout, lays, cuts, installs and finishes all brick, structural tile, refractory materials, precast units, and concrete, cinder, glass, gypsum and terra cotta block and all other natural and artificial masonry products to construct or repair walls, partitions, stacks, furnaces or other structures. Sets, anchors and finishes stone to construct piers, walls and abutments. Lays stone in mortar or "mud" to construct walks and streets. Sets special types of masonry, such as alberene (acid-resistant soapstone for vats, tanks and floors) using various hand and power tools.

TYPICAL DUTIES:

Measures distance from reference points and marks guidelines on working surface to lay out work. Spreads soft bed of mortar that serves as base and binder for brick or block using trowel. Applies mortar to end of brick or block and positions same in mortar bed. Taps brick or block with trowel to level, align and embed in mortar, allowing specified thickness of joint. Removes excess mortar from face using trowel. Finishes mortar between brick or block with pointing tool or trowel. Saws or breaks brick or block to fit spaces too small for whole brick or block using power or hand tools. Determines vertical and horizontal alignment of courses using plumb bob, gaugeline (tightly stretched cord) and level. Fastens brick or terra cotta veneer to face of buildings or structures with tie wires embedded in mortar between bricks or in anchor holes in veneer brick. Grouts, insulates, and places all reinforcing rods, anchors, and flashing in masonry walls. Lays refractory brick, block and insulation in place by spreading, dipping, or spraying materials to build furnaces, line boilers or like fire resistant structures using hand and power tools. Shapes stone preparatory to setting using chisel, hammer and other shaping tools. Spreads mortar over stone foundation with trowel and sets stone in place by hand or with aid of crane. Aligns stone with plumb bob and finishes joints between stone with pointing tool or trowel. Spreads mortar along mortar guides to ensure joints of uniform thickness. May place, set, anchor, align and plumb precast units. May weld metal parts to structural steel members. May erect scaffolding. May caulk, clean, seal and waterproof all masonry surfaces using hand and power tools.

CODE: 104

PRIMARY PURPOSE:

Sets up and operates a variety of woodworking machines and handtools and fabricates, installs and repairs wooden cabinets, fixtures and furniture, including modular office equipment.

TYPICAL DUTIES:

Studies blueprints or drawings of articles to be constructed or repaired and plans sequence of cutting or shaping operations to be performed. Marks outline or dimensions of parts on paper or lumber stock according to blueprint or drawing specifications. Matches materials for color, grain or texture. Sets up and operates woodworking machines such as power saw, jointer, mortiser, tenoner, molder and shaper to cut and shape parts from woodstock. Trims component parts of joints to ensure snug fit using handtools such as plane, chisel or wood file. Bores holes for insertion of screws or dowels by hand or using boring machine. Glues, fits and clamps parts and subassemblies together to form complete unit using clamps or clamping machine. Drives nails or other fasteners into joints at designated places to reinforce joints. Sands and scrapes surfaces and joints of articles to prepare articles for finishing. Installs hardware such as hinges, catches and drawer pulls. May install or repair furniture including modular office equipment.

CODE: 105

PRIMARY PURPOSE:

Constructs, erects, installs and repairs buildings and structures, structural members and fixtures made of wood, plywood, wallboard and materials that take the place of wood such as plastic, light gauge metals, composites, fiberglass, transite sheeting and cemesto board using hand and power tools.

TYPICAL DUTIES:

Lays out buildings or structures on-site. Makes, sets and adjusts all types of concrete forms, except those used for sidewalks, curb and gutter and pavement, including the establishment of building or flow lines and/or footing forms. Makes all forms used for box culverts, bridges and tilt-up construction. Strips and releases all concrete forms that are to be reused. Lays out, constructs and installs wall and footing forms including wood or steel block-outs. Erects wooden or self-supporting scaffolds. Selects proper lumber or materials. Prepares layout using rule, framing square and caliper. Marks cutting and assembling lines on material using pencil, chalk and marking gauge. Shapes material to prescribed measurements using saw, chisel and plane. Assembles, cuts and shapes materials and fastens them together with nails, dowel pins or glue. Erects wood framework for buildings or structures. Verifies trueness of buildings or structures with plumb bob and level. Builds wooden stairs. Installs ladders, handrails, walkways, platforms and gangways made of wood. Installs doors and wood and metal windows and bucks, (i.e. rough frames in which finished frames are inserted) including hardware in structural framework and braces same with boards nailed to structural framework. Installs subflooring and hardwood flooring. Fits and nails sheathing on outer walls and roofs. Installs laminated wooden beams and trusses. Makes and sets all frames, sash, blinds, trim and other fixtures when made of wood or any wood substitute. Assembles and installs wood chairs, seats, bleachers and benches and other furniture in theaters, halls, stadiums, grandstands, schools and other places of assemblage. Installs protection screens, chalk boards, toilet partitions (laminate or solid plastic). Caulks fixtures and countertops including corian tub and shower enclosures. Installs wood and metal studs and exterior panels. Cuts, saws and fits drywall (sheetrock) and lead-lined drywall (i.e. used in x-ray rooms to avoid radiation exposure), whether interior or exterior, for walls, ceilings, floors, soffits or any other use, no matter how installed (nailed, screwed, glued or otherwise). Installs corner guards and wooden or plastic column covers. Installs hardware such as locks, letterdrops, kickplates and door tracks. Installs weatherstripping. Makes, fits and hangs screen doors. Installs wood and hollow metal doors, glass sliding and bi-fold doors. Installs access flooring, computer floors and raised or elevated floors including modular headwall units, laboratory casework, library shelving and fume hoods. Constructs forms and chutes for pouring concrete. May weld metal parts to structural steel.

CODE: 106

PRIMARY PURPOSE:

Applies blocks, strips, rolls or sheets of shock-absorbing, sound-deadening or decorative covering to floors, walls and cabinets.

TYPICAL DUTIES:

Disconnects and removes obstacles such as appliances and light fixtures. Sweeps, scrapes, sands or chips dirt and irregularities from base surfaces. Fills cracks with putty, plaster or cement grout to form smooth, clean foundation. Measures and cuts covering materials, such as carpet, rubber, linoleum or cork tile, and foundation material, such as felt or padding, according to blueprints and sketches using rule, straightedge, carpet or linoleum knife and snips. Spreads adhesive cement over floor to secure foundation material to floor for sound-deadening and to prevent covering from wearing at board joints. Lays out centerlines, guidelines and borderlines on foundation with chalkline and divider. Spreads cement on foundation material with serrated trowel. Lays covering on cement, following guidelines, to keep tile courses straight. Butts edges of blocks to match patterns and execute designs. Joins sections of material by sewing or overlapping adjoining edges and cutting through both layers with knife to form tight joint. Rolls or stretches finished material. Smoothes material and presses into cement. May soften material with butane torch to fit material around irregular surfaces. Applies decorative steel, aluminum, and plastic tile (known as soft tile as distinguished from ceramic tile) to walls and cabinets of bathrooms and kitchens. Measures surface to locate center points and draws horizontal and vertical guidelines through them. Brushes waterproof compound over plaster surfaces to seal pores. Spreads adhesive cement over wall using trowel or broad knife. Positions tile on cement following specified pattern. Presses tile into cement. Removes excess cement from joints between tile to clean finished surface using damp cloth or cleaning compound. Rolls sheet wall covering with hand roller to press into cement. Installs synthetic or artificial turf. May wipe grout into joints of tile to seal them.

CODE: 107

PRIMARY PURPOSE:

Smoothes and finishes surfaces of poured concrete such as floors, walls, pavement, extruded barrier rails, sidewalks or curbs and gutters to specified textures using hand or power tools including float, trowel and screed.

TYPICAL DUTIES:

Spreads concrete to specified depth and workable consistency using float to bring water to surface and produce soft topping. Levels, smoothes and shapes surfaces of freshly poured concrete using straightedge, float or power screed. Finishes concrete surfaces using power trowel, or wets and rubs concrete with abrasive stone to impart finish. Removes rough or defective spots from concrete surfaces using power grinder or chisel and hammer. Patches holes with fresh concrete or epoxy compound. Molds expansion joints and edges using edging tool, jointer and straightedge. Installs seamless composition floors and installs and finishes epoxy-based coatings or polyester-based linings to all surfaces when same are applied by rolling, brushing, spraying or troweling. Applies penetrating sealer or protective primer coatings to concrete floors and steps when such is a part of the cement finishing process. Installs self-leveling gypsum floors and sets all screeds. May sprinkle colored stone chips, powdered steel or coloring powder on concrete to produce prescribed finish. May produce rough concrete surface using broom. May mix cement using hoe or concrete mixing machine. May direct subgrade work, mix concrete and set curb, gutter, sidewalk and pavement forms one (1) board high up to twelve (12) inches.

CODE: 108

PRIMARY PURPOSE:

Seals joints between plasterboard or other wallboard to prepare wall surface for painting or papering. May install exterior insulation finish systems (EIFS).

TYPICAL DUTIES:

Mixes sealing compound by hand or with portable electric mixer and spreads compound over joints between boards using hawk, trowel or broadknife. Presses paper tape over joint to embed tape into compound and seals joint using mechanical applicator that spreads compound and embeds tape in one operation. Spreads and smoothes cementing material over tape using hawk, trowel or floating machine to blend joint with wall surface and corner angles with the aid of angle box tool. Sands rough spots after cement has dried. Fills cracks and holes in walls and ceiling with sealing compound. Installs metal molding at corners in lieu of sealant and tape. May apply texturing compound and primer to walls and ceiling prior to final finishing using brushes, roller or spray gun. May countersink nails or screws below surface of wall prior to applying sealing compound using hammer or screwdriver. May perform tasks involved with application of exterior insulation finish systems (EIFS) including preparing substrate surface and protecting surfaces, both finished and substrate, from water and run off. Frees substrate and foam of foreign material and plane. Applies reinforcing mesh and fastens foam and detail with adhesive. Mixes coating and material with portable mixer and applies with trowel. Coats and sprays finish over base coat and detailing. May erect scaffolding which may be used for interior walls and ceiling, exterior drywall or EIFS work that may require special finishes or textures applied with hawk, trowel or special texure brushes.

CODE: 109

PRIMARY PURPOSE:

Installs, assembles, constructs and repairs electrical work within the property lines of any given property. This work normally begins at the secondary site of a transformer when such transformer is furnished by a local utility and the service conductors are installed underground. When service conductors are installed overhead, in open air from wooden or metal poles, this work shall start immediately after the first point of attachment to the building or structure. Electrical work does not include work which is incidental to the installation of elevators, escalators and similar equipment.

TYPICAL DUTIES:

Plans and lays out electrical systems that provide power and lighting to buildings and structures. This includes cathodic protection systems utilized to protect structural steel in buildings and structures. Welds, burns, brazes, bends, drills and shapes all copper, silver, aluminum, angle iron and brackets to be used in connection with the installation and erection of electrical wiring and equipment. Measures, cuts, bends, threads, forms, assembles and installs all electrical raceways (conduit, wireway or cable tray) using tools such as hacksaw, pipe threader, power saw and conduit bender. Installs wire in raceways (conduit, wireway, troughs or cable trays). This wire may be service conductors, feeder wiring, subfeeder wiring, branch circuit wiring or other wiring systems recognized by the National Electrical Code, except as provided below. Installs all chasing and channeling necessary to complete any electrical work, including the fabrication and installation of duct banks and manholes incidental to electrical, electronic, data, fiber optic and telecommunication installation. Splices wires by stripping insulation from terminal leads with knife or pliers, twisting or soldering wires together and applying tape or terminal caps. Installs and modifies lighting fixtures. Installs and modifies all electrical and/or fiber optic equipment (AC-DC motors, variable frequency drives, transformers, reactors, capacitors, motor generators, emergency generators, UPS equipment, data processing systems and annunciator systems where sound is not a part thereof). Installs raceway systems utilizing conduit, conduit bodies, junction boxes or divice boxes for switches and receptacles. This also may include wiring systems utilizing other methods and materials approved by the National Electrical Code (MC cable, AC cable, BX or flexible metal tubing or electrical nonmetallic tubing). Installs main service equipment, distribution panels, subpanels, branch circuit panels, motor starters, disconnect switches and all other related items. Installs wiring of electrically or fiber optic operated fire and smoke detection systems. May install conduit or other raceway when used for fire alarm systems, security systems, closed circuit television systems or cable television systems. Tests continuity of circuit to insure electrical compatibility and safety of components. This includes the installation, inspection and testing of all grounding systems including those systems designed for lightning protection. Removes electrical systems, fixtures, conduit, wiring, equipment, equipment supports or materials involved in the transmission and distribution of electricity within the parameters of the property line of any given property if reuse of any of the existing electrical system is to be regained. May install, alter and repair highway and street lighting, traffic signal systems, athletic field lighting systems and airport runway and taxiway lighting systems. May perform the digging of trenches for underground electrical work when done by means of power equipment.

CODE: 110

PRIMARY PURPOSE:

Assembles and installs electric, hydraulic or chain driven freight and passenger elevators, escalators, dumbwaiters, moving walks, ramps and chairlifts.

TYPICAL DUTIES:

Lays out location of framework, counterbalance rails, motor pump, cylinder and plunger foundations. Drills holes in concrete or structural steel members with portable electric drill. Secures anchor bolts. Welds brackets to support rails and framework and verifies alignment with plumb bob and level. Cuts prefabricated sections of framework, rails and other elevator components to specified dimensions using acetylene torch, power saw and disk grinder. Installs cables, counterwieghts, pumps, motor foundations, escalator drives, guide rails, elevator cars and control panels using handtools. Connects electrical wiring to control panels and electric motors. Installs safety and control devices. Positions electric motor and equipment on top of elevator shaft using hoists and cable slings. Erects and assembles theatre stage and curtain equipment and guides or rigging including organ consoles and orchestra elevators. Installs all wiring, conduit and raceways from the first point of attachment of main feeder terminals on elevator enclosures, fronts, facias, sills, frames and bucks. May perform the demolition of elevators, escalators and similar equipment. May sink, bore, drill or dig cylinder wells.

CODE: 311

PRIMARY PURPOSE:

Installs, adjusts, repairs and dismantles fiber optic cable systems using hand or power tools.

TYPICAL DUTIES:

Installs outside fiber optic cable associated with aerial and underground installation of outside plant for fiber optic systems. Climbs poles and sets up barricades, cones, barrels, signs. Stages and moves materials. Hand digs, rakes, installs silt fence, removes fences, and restores surface. Digs and trims trenches and ditches and assists in shallow trenches in the placement of hand holes /communication vaults. Places ground rods and sets anchors. Handles, pushes and pulls cable. Operates small equipment for the mentioned duties, such as small air compressors, plate tampers, anchor crankers, fiber blowers, fiber pullers and pneumatic boring machine. The duties described do not include the operation of any heavy equipment.

CODE: 111

PRIMARY PURPOSE:

Erects and repairs metal and wooden fences and fence gates using hand or power tools.

TYPICAL DUTIES:

Lays out fence line using tape measure and marks positions for postholes. Digs postholes with spade, posthole digger or power-driven auger. Blasts rock formations with dynamite to facilitate digging of postholes. Sets metal or wooden post in upright position in posthole. Mixes concrete by hand or by use of cement mixer. Pours concrete around base of post or tamps soil into posthole to embed post. Aligns posts, using line, or by sighting along edges of posts. Verifies vertical alignment of posts with plumb bob or spirit level. Attaches fence-rail support to post, using hammer and pliers. Cuts metal tubing using pipe cutter and inserts tubing through rail supports. Completes top fence rail of metal fence by connecting tube sections by use of metal sleeves. Attaches rails or tension wire along bottoms of posts to form fencing frame. Stretches wire, wire mesh or chain link fencing between posts and attaches fencing to frame. Assembles gate and fastens it in position using hand tools. Saws required lengths of lumber to make rails for wooden fence. Nails top and bottom rails to fence posts or inserts them in slots on posts. Nails pointed slats to rails to construct picket fence. Erects alternate panel, basket weave and louvered fences. May weld metal parts together using portable gas welding equipment including attachments such as razor wire, barb wire, etc..

Code 315

PRIMARY PURPOSE

 Arrives on a building project after the project has been substantially completed and cleans the interior of all or part of a building in preparation for occupancy. While the tasks are often manual in nature, this work requires training in the preparation and safe use of cleaning solutions and equipment along with appropriate cleaning techniques. Tasks include, but are not limited to, cleaning ceilings, floors, interior windows, walls, partitions, stairways, closets, cabinets and fixtures using various cleaning supplies and equipment. This work does not involve the cleanup of construction supplies, materials or waste during or after construction.

TYPICAL DUTIES:

Organize and use cleaning supplies such as scouring pads, scrub brushes, window squeegees, sponges, dust mops and pans, wet mops and buckets, soft cloths or towels. Prepare and operate equipment such as vacuum cleaners, extractors, scrubbers, buffers and ladders. Apply antibacterial and cleaning solutions, furniture polish, glass cleaner, chrome and wood polish. Wipe down construction dust from floor to ceiling using a dry mop/cloth, damp mop/sponge or other suitable device. Climb ladders and/or use lifts to clean and shine lighting fixtures, fans, HVAC grilles and diffusers and other fittings in ceilings or high walls. Vacuum all carpeted areas including edges and carpet lint. Sweep, vacuum, dry-mop, wet-mop or scrub all non-carpeted floors in all rooms, hallways, stairways, closets and elevator cars. Finish flooring by hand or by using extractors, manual/riding or rotary scrubbers and buffers. Use the appropriate cleaning solutions to spot clean paint splatters, glue, caulk and stains. Clean and shine stair railings, moldings, switch plates, casework, radiators, cabinets, countertops, shelves, drawers, doors, door frames and thresholds. Squeegee or clean-shine interior windows, sills and trim. Wipe down and clean bathroom walls, ceilings and partitions. Clean and shine mirrors, chrome surfaces, countertops, cabinets and drawers. Scrub and sanitize toilets, shower stalls, sinks and fixtures. Clean and sanitize kitchen sinks, countertops, cabinets, drawers, fixtures and appliances. Remove all labels from appliances.

CODE: 112

PRIMARY PURPOSE:

Installs, adjusts, repairs and dismantles all fire protection and fire control systems including piping for tubing, appurtenances and equipment.

TYPICAL DUTIES:

Installs all piping and appurtenances pertaining to fire sprinkler equipment, including both overhead and underground water mains, fire hydrants and hydrant mains, standpipes and hose connections to the fire sprinkler systems, fire sprinkler tank heaters, air lines and thermal systems used in connection with fire sprinkler and alarm systems, tank and pump connections and fire protection systems using mulsifyre, spray, water, fog, carbon dioxide (CO2), gas, foam and dry chemical systems. Locates, cuts and cores all holes for piping. Sets all sleeves and inserts required for the installation of fire protection and control systems.

CODE: 304

PRIMARY PURPOSE:

Controls the movement of vehicular traffic through a construction project. Delivers, sets-up, maintains and removes temporary traffic control devices.

TYPICAL DUTIES:

Discusses traffic routing plans and type and location of control points with superior. Directs movement of traffic through site, using sign, hand and flag signals. Warns construction workers when approaching vehicle fails to heed signals to prevent accident and injury to workers. Informs drivers of detour routes through construction sites. Records license number of traffic control violators for police. May give hand marker to last driver in line up of one-way traffic for flagger at opposite end of site, signaling clearance for reverse flow of traffic. Loads, unloads and sets-up barricades, plastic channelizer drums, safety cones and temporary flashing lights not to exceed one hundred fifteen (115) volts. Inspects traffic control devices on a periodic basis to ensure they are clean, clearly visible and properly positioned. Replaces batteries and bulbs in lights, cleans reflective material and lenses and repairs or replaces damaged or missing devices. Removes traffic control devices by loading them on a truck and driving them to a storage yard or another project site where they are unloaded. Applies temporary adhesive pavement marking tape or strips. Installs button-type lane markers.

CODE: 301

PRIMARY PURPOSE:

Performs a wide variety of both unskilled and semi-skilled tasks but does not regularly and routinely assist a worker in any other classification by using the tools normally associated with that worker's classification. Work performed is normally manual in nature, such as digging, loading, unloading, lifting, carrying, lugging, tending, stockpiling, sweeping and cleaning but does frequently involve the use of equipment powered by air, gas or electricity.

TYPICAL DUTIES:

Breaks old pavement, loosens or digs hard earth, trims bottom and sides of trenches, breaks large rocks, chips concrete or earthen backfill using tools driven by compressed air, gas or electric power. Cleans and pours heated asphalt into concrete joints. Distributes bituminous material evenly over surface of pavement by raking and brushing material to correct thickness. Mixes and delivers mortar by bucket, hod, wheelbarrow or buggy for use by bricklayer or plasterer. Unloads and distributes material, fixtures, furnishings and appliances from point of delivery on-site to stockpiles and from stockpiles to approximate point of installation. Operates chain saw to clear or grub areas of timber, brush, etc. Operates equipment to burn holes, etc. through concrete. Prepares concrete surfaces which are not to be finished by patching holes and broken corners and removes high spots and defective concrete. Installs expansion joints on all deck overlay work. Operates power driven, hand guided, water cooled saws used to cut through concrete slabs. Operates cutting torch for demolition work on steel structures. Fits together and aligns forms used to hold concrete in place on highways, streets, curbs, gutters and sidewalks. Keeps stakes and stringline set in place out in front of equipment to ensure accuracy of cut. Sets stakes to ensure depth of trench. Erects, planks and dismantles scaffolding.

Dries concrete, mortar and plaster when done by salamander method. Cleans and clears all debris. Mucks mesh when used to reinforce concrete, strips forms, other than those which are to be re-used in their original form, including all flat arch work. Cleans, oils and carries forms to the next point of erection. Snaps wall ties and removes tie rods. Sets rip-rap or other material for retaining walls. Installs paving brick for roadway or walkway when no mortar is used. Wraps, coats and distributes sewer, water and gas pipe. Shores ditches, trenches and manholes using wooden or corrugated metal sheet piling or other shoring material when used to retain soil or underground utilities. Removes shoring. Lays brick or block on concrete slab at bottom of trench up to grade level to provide a means of permanent access to sewer and water pipe. The laying of such brick or block is not normally set to a plumb line and no effort is made to keep mortar off the face of the brick or block and joints are not pointed. Applies or coats mortar to interior and exterior surfaces of manholes.

Assembles large diameter metal culverts by bolting together semi-circular pieces to form a complete circle and bolts each section of circle to similar sections which are placed adjacently until desired length is reached. Lays tile, concrete, cast iron, plastic or corrugated metal pipe used to transport water, sewage, etc. by receiving pipe lowered from the top of a trench and inserting spigot end of pipe into bell end of last laid pipe and adjusts pipe to proper line and grade and seals joints with cement or other sealing material. Cleans, screens and feeds sand into hopper or pot of sandblasting machine. Breaks or demolishes hard material, buildings or structures by blasting. Cleans and dresses slopes, cuts and embankments while suspended by ropes or cables. Lowers hose-like flexible shaft or vibrator into newly poured concrete in order to compact same.

Constructs shafts and tunnels whether in free air or under compressed air. Drills, blasts, mucks and moves material from shafts and tunnels. Installs timbering, lagging, bracing, propping or shoring material in shafts and tunnels. Assembles multi-plate, liner plate, rings, mesh, mats or concrete forms in shafts and tunnels, including the setting of rods. Pours, pumpcretes or gunnites concrete into shaft or tunnel. Operates hydraulic jacking shields. Operates rock and concrete drills. Removes hazardous material other than asbestos. Lays fiber optic cable. Distributes, places and sets railroad ties and track including the setting of tie plates and tie bolting, gauging, leveling and spiking of rails. Performs ground clean-up for roof removal work. Performs roof removal when a building or structure is being demolished. Installs geomembranes and geotextile liners. May install process piping provided it does not handle potable water or require air pressure to function properly. May remove floor tile and mastic containing asbestos if removal methodology is allowed by OSHA or EPA.

CODE: 113

PRIMARY PURPOSE:

Installs glass in windows, skylights, store fronts, and display cases, or on surfaces such as building fronts, interior walls, ceilings and tabletops.

TYPICAL DUTIES:

Marks outline or pattern on glass and cuts glass using glass cutter. Breaks off excess glass by hand or with notched tool. Fastens glass panes into wood sash with glazier's points. Spreads and smoothes putty around edge of panes with knife to seal joints. Installs mirrors or structural glass on building fronts, walls, ceilings or tables using mastic, screws or decorative molding. Bolts metal hinges, handles, locks and other hardware to prefabricated glass doors. Sets glass doors into frame and fits hinges. Installs metal window and door frames into which glass panels are to be fitted. Presses plastic adhesive film to glass or sprays glass with tinting solution to prevent light glare. Installs stained glass windows. Assembles and installs metal-framed glass enclosures for showers. Installs, cuts and removes all window glass, plate and all other types of glass including structural glass, mirror glass, tempered and laminated glass, safety or protection glass, all types of insulating glass units, all plastics or other similar materials when used in place of glass when set or glazed with putty, molding rubber, cement, lead and all other types of mastic or materials used in place of same. May assemble and erect greenhouses.

CODE: 154

PRIMARY PURPOSE:

Performs ground work on work involving high-voltage transmission and distribution powerlines used to conduct energy between generating stations, substations and consumers whether constructed overhead or underground. Performs ground work on highway and street lighting, traffic signal systems, athletic field lighting systems and airport runway and taxiway lighting systems which involve either high or low voltage.

TYPICAL DUTIES:

Works on the ground with the line constructor. Uses jack hammers, air drills, shovels, picks, tamps, trenching equipment and other such tools for compacting dirt or rock on the outside line portion of a project. Assembles, handles and sets traffic signals and light poles. Assembles and installs conduit systems, pull boxes, concrete signals, pole and controller bases. Loads, handles and installs traffic signals and lighting conductors as well as the restoration of the construction site. Pulls non-energized guy wires. Works on highway and street lighting, traffic signal systems, athletic field lighting systems and airport runway and taxiway lighting systems which involve either high or low voltage.

CODE: 114

PRIMARY PURPOSE:

Covers boilers, pipes, tanks, air ducts, storage tanks and refrigeration units with insulating materials such as fiberglass, mineral wool, magnesium, calcium, silica, urethane, foam rubber, styrofoam, cork, plastic, polyurethane, polystyrene, mercerized silk, flax, fiber or other thermal insulation material to reduce loss or absorption of heat, prevent moisture condensation to deaden sound and prevent vibration.

TYPICAL DUTIES:

Wires prefabricated fiberglass covering around steam and hot water piping using hand tools. Trowels mastic or brushes cement on insulation to obtain smooth finish and covers piping with cloth. Fits insulation around boilers, evaporators and turbines. Wires insulation on machinery and staples wire netting over insulation. Trowels cement on wire netting to protect insulating material. Wires cork on salt water, refrigeration and air-conditioning piping. Cements cloth over insulating material to obtain smooth finish. Cuts sheets of insulation into sections using handsaws and miter box. Fits and cements sections around fittings. Covers gas piping for refrigeration or air-conditioning systems with molded plastic. Fabricates detachable insulation for valves or similar fitting by measuring connections, preparing patterns, cutting insulating cloth, stuffing cloth with amosite (plastic pipe covering) and sewing cover together on power sewing machine. Wires detachable covers on valves or fittings using hand tools. Installs fiber glass or spun glass on ventilation systems to deaden sound and prevent vibration. Installs lagging on piping where same is not heavier than .016 gauge.

CODE: 501-558

PRIMARY PURPOSE:

Operates a wide variety of heavy equipment such as backhoes, bulldozers, cranes, dredges, draglines, hoisting equipment, motor graders, power shovels, rollers, scrapers, etc. and related equipment to excavate, grade and move earth, erect structural and reinforcing steel and pour concrete or other hard surface paving material. Classification is normally based on the specific equipment operated or on the specific work performed (i.e. gas or utility pipeline, hydraulic dredging on the Great Lakes, fiber optic cable installation, etc.).

TYPICAL DUTIES:

Adjusts handwheels, depresses pedals and moves levers to drive equipment and control attachments such as blades, buckets, scrapers and swing booms. Turns valves to control air and water output of compressors and pumps. Repairs, maintains and services equipment as needed.

LAST UPDATE: 07/30/1998

CODE: 150

PRIMARY PURPOSE:

Operates heavy equipment on work involving high-voltage transmission and distribution powerlines used to conduct energy between generating stations, substations and consumers whether constructed overhead or underground. Operates heaving equipment for work on highway and street lighting, traffic signal systems, athletic field lighting systems and airport runway and taxiway lighting systems which involve either high or low voltage.

TYPICAL DUTIES:

Sets assembled "H" structures or steel transmission structures. Operates the trencher/backhoe for installation of conduit and pull boxes. Operates the boom line truck for the installation of traffic signals and light poles. Operates the bucket truck for installation and maintenance of traffic signals and pole lights. Operates the air compressor with assorted attachments and the skidsteer with assorted attachments. Operates the auger truck for the digging of pole bases. Operates various pieces of equipment which are used on the outside line portion of a project. The heavy equipment operator does not perform any work that requires the use of hand tools and does not climb or work out of any type of aerial lift equipment. Operates heavy equipment for work on highway and street lighting, traffic signal systems, athletic field lighting systems and airport runway and taxiway lighting systems which involve either high or low voltage.

ACTIVE: Yes LAST UPDATE: 11/14/00

CODE: 152

PRIMARY PURPOSE:

Operates boom trucks on work involving high-voltage transmission and distribution powerlines used to conduct energy between generating stations, substations and consumers whether constructed overhead or underground. Operates boom trucks for work on highway and street lighting, traffic signal systems, athletic field lighting systems and airport runway and taxiway lighting systems which involve either high or low voltage.

TYPICAL DUTIES:

Operates boom trucks, boom/digger trucks, bucket trucks, 5th wheel tractors and 2 ? ton line trucks. May operate small cranes incidental to the loading of equipment. The heavy truck driver does not perform any work that requires the use of hand tools. Operates trucks for work on highway and street lighting, traffic signal systems, athletic field lighting systems and airport runway and taxiway lighting systems which involve either high or low voltage.

CODE: 115

PRIMARY PURPOSE:

Blows insulating material into spaces within walls, floors and ceilings using a hose attached to a blower, to insulate buildings or structures. Installs insulation sheets or batts in walls and ceilings.

TYPICAL DUTIES:

Inserts nozzle of hose through opening into spaces to be filled. Signals other worker to start blower. Turns valve to regulate insulation flow from hose nozzle and moves hose to distribute insulating material evenly. Climbs ladder or erects scaffold to reach working position. Seals insulation access hole with bung or cap using hammer and punch. Installs insulation material in sheet or batt form in walls and ceilings by using nails or lacing wire. Injects foam insulation in cavities in or between blocks, bricks, other masonry units or structural components.

CODE: 116

PRIMARY PURPOSE:

Raises, places and unites girders, columns and other structural steel members. Positions and secures steel bars in concrete. Installs prefabricated ornamental ironwork, other than structural steel, such as metal windows and door frames, heavy industrial type doors, metal trim and paneling and aluminum curtain wall frames.

TYPICAL DUTIES:

Fastens steel members to cable of hoist using chain, cable or rope. Signals worker operating hoisting equipment to lift and place steel member. Guides member using tag line or rides on member in order to guide it into position. Pulls, pushes or pries steel members into approximate position while member is supported by hoisting device. Forces members into final position using turnbuckle, crowbar, jack and hand tools. Aligns bolt holes in member with corresponding holes in previously placed member by driving drift pins or handle of spud wrench through holes. Verifies vertical and horizontal alignment of members using plumb bob and level. Bolts aligned members to keep them in position until they can be permanently riveted, bolted or welded in place. Catches hot rivets in bucket and inserts rivets in holes using tongs. Holds rivets and uses pneumatic hammer to form heads on rivets. Cuts and welds steel members to make alterations using oxyacetylene welding equipment. Moves, handles, places and sets machinery and equipment (except electric motors) when rigging, power equipment, or both is used. Assembles and erects radio, television, microwave and other types of self-supporting or guyed towers (except electrical transmission towers). Moves, handles and places machinery to be assembled, dismantled, erected or installed to its approximate position over anchor bolts. Determines number, size, shape and location of reinforcing rods from blueprints, sketches or oral instructions. Selects and places rods in forms spacing and fastening them together using wire and pliers. Cuts bars to required lengths using hacksaw, bar cutters or acetylene torch. Bends steel rods with hand tools or rodbending machine. Attaches post tensioning cables and prestressed cables on-site including the tensioning process.

Installs, measures, marks and lays out metal windows (except store front display windows), curtain walls and panels according to blueprints using rule, template, square and compass. Welds brackets to lintels, sills, columns and other structural framework. Drills holes in metal, concrete and masonry using portable power drills, airhammer and hand tools. Cuts, miters and bevels metal trim and cover plates to size using handsaw or portable power saw. Caulks metal-to-metal and metal-to-brick joints. Installs security ceilings and prison security doors utilizing a central lock-up system. Bolts, clips, welds or solders ironwork together and to brackets or anchors. Verifies level and plumbness using level or plumb bob. Installs catwalks, platforms and stairways made of steel. Bolts newell posts, balusters and other parts of stairways and stair rails to supports or embeds them in sockets. Fastens cover plates and molding in place with metal screws to finish and trim work. Installs expansion joints on new bridges and decks. Erects heavy industrial doors (curtain type or overhead rolling type) when made of metal, fire doors and exterior metal hinged doors that carry a fire underwriters label. Installs metal floor decking. Erects precast girders, single T's, double T's, top panels and tilt-up slabs. Installs catwalks, stairways and handrails made of aluminum, bronze or any type of metal, glass or plastic. Installs ornamental iron such as revolving doors, gates, handrails, window grills and jail cell work. Erects dry storage bins, hoppers, chutes and conveyors where ore, sand, coal or any dry component is stored or transferred. Erects cableways, tramways and monorail transportation systems. Erects locks and gates on waterways. Erects large metal highway signage (except guardrails). Installs bleachers and benches made of steel. Reinforces concrete with wire mesh on floor systems. May fabricate frames for mounting glass in ornamental cast stonework. May burn off old and weld on or set new sole plates and bearing pads. May install roof decking and siding. May install pallet racks and associated shelving. May perform work associated with the installation or setting of mats, mesh, and rods in shafts and tunnels.

CODE: 303

PRIMARY PURPOSE:

Moves soil and other materials, digs holes and operates small equipment to landscape grounds. TYPICAL DUTIES:

Digs holes for plants and trees using hand tools such as pick and shovel. Mixes fertilizer or lime with dirt in bottom of holes to enrich soil. Places plants or trees in holes and adds dirt to fill holes. Attaches wires from planted trees to stakes to support trees. Hauls or spreads topsoil or mulch using wheelbarrow and rake. Sows grass seed by hand or mechanical spreader. Waters lawns, trees and plants. Lays sod. Spreads straw over seeded soil to prevent movement of seed and soil. Builds forms for rough concrete borders using lumber, hammer and nails. Mixes and pours cement for garden borders. Places decorative stones for use as patios or walkways when not set in mortar or "mud". Plants flowers in garden areas. Mows lawns using hand and power mowers. May install underground lawn sprinkler systems.

CODE: 117

PRIMARY PURPOSE:

Fastens wooden, metal or rockboard lath to walls, ceilings and partitions of buildings and structures to provide supporting base for plaster, fireproofing or acoustical material using hand and portable power tools.

TYPICAL DUTIES:

Erects horizontal metal framework to which lath is fastened using nails, bolts and studgun. Drills holes in floor and ceiling using portable electric tool. Drives ends of wooden or metal studs into holes to provide anchor for furring or rockboard lath. Wires horizontal strips to furring to stiffen framework. Cuts lath to fit openings and projections using hand or portable power tools. Wires, nails, clips or staples lath to framework, ceiling joists and flat concrete surfaces. Bends metal lath to fit corners or attaches preformed corner reinforcements. Wires plasterer's channels to overhead structural framework to provide support for plaster or acoustical ceiling tile. May install metal casings around openings, metal window stools and metal trim and plaster grounds (wood or metal strips) nailed to studding to provide guide for plasterer. May weld metal frame supports to structural steel members.

CODE: 151

PRIMARY PURPOSE:

Operates power equipment such as bulldozers and trenching machines for work involving high-voltage transmission and distribution powerlines used to conduct energy between generating stations, substations and consumers whether constructed overhead or underground. Operates power equipment for work on highway and street lighting, traffic signal systems, athletic field lighting systems and airport runway and taxiway lighting systems which involve either high or low voltage.

TYPICAL DUTIES:

Operates equipment on the outside line portion of a project such as bulldozers, caterpillars, trenching machines, trucks equipped with a wench and/or boom, hydraulically operated backhoes with or without front end loaders, mounted booms and any other equipment that does not come within the scope of the heavy equipment operator. The light equipment operator does not perform any work that requires the use of hand tools and does not climb or work out of any type of aerial lift equipment. Operates equipment for work on highway and street lighting, traffic signal systems, athletic field lighting systems and airport runway and taxiway lighting systems which involve either high or low voltage.

CODE: 153

PRIMARY PURPOSE:

Operates small trucks on work involving high-voltage transmission and distribution powerlines used to conduct energy between generating stations, substations and consumers whether constructed overhead or underground. Operates small trucks for work on highway and street lighting, traffic signal systems, athletic field lighting systems and airport runway and taxiway lighting systems which involve either high or low voltage.

TYPICAL DUTIES:

Operates small trucks on line construction work. Operates small trucks for work on highway and street lighting, traffic signal systems, athletic field lighting systems and airport runway and taxiway lighting systems which involve either high or low voltage.

CODE: 118

PRIMARY PURPOSE:

Erects and repairs transmission poles (whether built of wood, metal or other material), fabricated metal transmission towers, outdoor substations, switch racks, or similar electrical structures, electric cables and related auxiliary equipment for high-voltage transmission and distribution powerlines used to conduct energy between generating stations, substations and consumers whether constructed overhead or underground. Installs, alters and repairs highway and street lighting, traffic signal systems, athletic field lighting systems and airport runway and taxiway lighting systems which involve either high or low voltage.

TYPICAL DUTIES:

Directs and assists other workers in attaching crossarms, insulators, lightning arresters, switches, wire conductors and auxiliary equipment to poles or towers prior to erection. Assists in erection of poles or towers and adjustment of guy wires. Climbs erected poles or towers and installs equipment, such as transformers, which are ordinarily installed after poles are erected. Strings wire conductors between erected poles with assistance of other workers and adjusts slack in conductors to compensate for contraction and elongation of conductors due to temperature variations using winch. Splices, solders and insulates conductors and related wiring to join sections of power line and to connect transformers and electrical accessories. May trim trees and brush prior to new construction or during repair of damaged lines. Install, alter and repair highway and street lighting, traffic signal systems, athletic field lighting systems and airport runway and taxiway lighting systems which involve either high or low voltage.

CODE: 119

PRIMARY PURPOSE:

Supplies and mixes construction materials for marble setter. Applies grout and cleans installed marble.

TYPICAL DUTIES:

Moves marble installation materials, tools, machines and work devices to work areas. Mixes mortar, plaster and grout, as required, following standard formulas using manual or machine mixing methods. Moves mixed mortar, plaster and grout to installation area manually or using wheelbarrow. Selects marble slab for installation following numbered sequence or drawings. Drills holes and chisels channels in edges of marble slabs to install metal wall anchors using power drill and chisel. Bends wires to form metal anchors, using pliers, inserts anchors into drilled holes of marble slab and secures anchors in place with wooden stake and plaster. Moves marble slabs to installation site, using dolly or hoist. Fills marble joints and surface imperfections with grout using grouting trowel or spatula. Removes excess grout using wet sponge. Grinds and polishes marble using abrasives, chemicals and manual or machine grinding and polishing techniques. Cleans installed marble surfaces, work and storage areas, installation tools, machinery and work aids using water and cleaning agents. Stores marble, installation materials, tools, machinery and related items. May modify mixing, material moving, grouting, polishing and cleaning methods and procedures according to type of installation or materials. May repair and fill chipped, cracked or broken marble pieces using torch, spatula and heat-sensitive adhesive and filler. May secure marble anchors to studding using pliers and covers ends of anchors with plaster to secure anchors in place. May assist marble setter to saw and position marble.

CODE: 120

PRIMARY PURPOSE:

Cuts, tools and sets marble slabs in floors and walls of buildings and structures. Repairs and polishes marble slabs previously set in buildings and structures.

TYPICAL DUTIES:

Trims, faces and cuts marble to specified size using power sawing, cutting and facing equipment and hand tools. Drills holes in slab and attaches bracket. Spreads mortar on bottom of slab and on sides of adjacent slabs. Sets block in position, tamps it into place and anchors bracket attachment with wire. Fills joints with grout. Removes excess grout from marble with sponge. Cleans and bevels cracks or chips on slabs using hand and power tools. Heats cracked or chipped area with blowtorch. Fills defect with composition mastic that matches grain of marble. Polishes marble and other ornamental stone to high luster using power or hand tools.

CODE: 121

PRIMARY PURPOSE:

Assembles prefabricated packaged metal buildings according to blueprint specifications using hand and power tools when such buildings are manufactured as a unit such as "Butler", "Delta", "Varco-Pruden" or other named brand packaged buildings.

TYPICAL DUTIES:

Erects structural steel frame of building. Bolts or welds steel frame members together. Attaches wire and insulating material installed in conjunction with sheeting or framework. Installs metal siding or metal roof decking regardless of fastening method or the object to which it is fastened. Reads blueprints to determine location of items such as doors, windows, ventilators and skylights and installs same using cutting torch, wrenches and power drills. Trims excess sheet metal using cutting torch, power saw or tin snips.

CODE: 122

PRIMARY PURPOSE:

Dismantels, erects, assembles, aligns and adjusts machinery and equipment used in the transmission of power (steam, electric, gas, water or air) according to layout plans, blueprints and other drawings using manual hoists, lift trucks, hand and power tools.

TYPICAL DUTIES:

Reads blueprints and schematic drawings to determine work procedures. Dismantles machines, using hammer, wrench, crowbar and other hand tools. Moves machinery and equipment using manual hoists, dollies, rollers and trucks. Assembles, installs and sets equipment such as shafting, motors, generators, air compressors and conveyors using hand and power tools. Constructs foundation for machines using hand tools and building materials, such as wood, cement and steel. Aligns machines and equipment using manual hoists, jacks, hand tools, square, rule, micrometer and plumb bob. Assembles machines and bolts, welds, rivets or otherwise fastens them to foundation or other structures using hand and power tools. Erects concrete mixers and temporary appliances used in the construction industry. Installs pallet racks and associated shelving. May operate engine lathe to grind, file and turn machine parts to dimensional specifications. May repair and lubricate machines and equipment. May install robot and modify its program using teach pendant.

CODE: 123

PRIMARY PURPOSE:

Installs, adjusts, and repairs manual and power operated overhead doors (excluding heavy industrial metal doors).

TYPICAL DUTIES:

Bores and cuts holes in flooring using hand and power tools. Installs tracks and related hardware. Mounts drive motor to structural component of building or structure or door hardware. May install systems actuated by electronic eye mechanism.

CODE: 124

PRIMARY PURPOSE:

Applies coats of primer, paint, sealer, stain, varnish, enamel, lacquer and special coatings to decorate and protect interior or exterior surfaces, trimmings and fixtures of buildings and structures. Applies wallcovering both paper, vinyl and carpet to walls and ceilings.

TYPICAL DUTIES:

Reads blueprints and work orders provided by owner or general contractor. Prepares all surfaces and substrates in preparation for coatings, including sanding, steel wooling and wire brushing of old paint surfaces to be repainted. Fills nail holes, cracks and joints with caulk, putty or spackle. Removes fixtures and switch plates with screwdriver from walls or ceilings. Tapes, masks and covers all furnishings, machinery etc. to protect from paint splatter or overspray. Blasts surfaces including structural steel, masonry, wood or concrete with abrasives prior to application of sealers or special coatings. Paints surfaces using brushes, rollers, mitt or spray gun. Applies stains to wood using brushes, rollers, mit or spray gun. Mixes paints, stains, and glazes using pigment, oil and solvents to match specific colors or effects. Simulates wood grain, marble or special effects with brushes, sponges, grainers and specialty tools. May wash walls prior to painting and wallpapering to insure proper adhesion of paints and fabrics. Abates lead paint by use of paint strippers, water blasting and scrapping insuring proper precautions due to hazardous materials and their recovery. May erect scaffolding and operate compressors for spraying and sandblasting.

CODE: 125

PRIMARY PURPOSE:

Operates equipment normally mounted on a truck driven by a co-worker that is used to paint centerline, edgeline, fogline and other special markings on pavement, curbs and parking lots.

TYPICAL DUTIES:

Starts compressor. Mixes paint with or without specialized thermoplastic additives. Pulls levers and pushes buttons to activate spraying cycle while personally observing surface to be painted or when signaled to do so by a co-worker. Cleans equipment after use.

CODE: 126

PRIMARY PURPOSE:

Lays out, cuts, splices and drives wood, metal or concrete piling including sheet piling, I-beams, H-beams, pilecap and all welding to piling that is embedded into the ground for purposes of supporting a load or compacting soil.

TYPICAL DUTIES:

Constructs all types of cofferdams and drives steel, wood and concrete piles into soil. Sets, drives, braces and anchors steel, concrete and wood sheet piling. Handles hydraulic jacks when used in the driving of piling. Bores, bolts, rods and anchors all docks. Cuts off piles, builds cribs and places same and makes all wood sheet piling. Performs the pointing and heading of all wood piles, the pulling of all piling of any type including wood sheet piling and all steel sheet piling. Places and sinks all caissons. Constructs all basic foundation supports such as augured in place piling, drilled caissons and cast-in-place piling. Places and removes all casings, permanent or temporary, required to install piling or caissons. Places and mans all pile testing equipment except those engineering instruments for measuring reactions. May place reinforcing and concrete as required to complete a piling or caisson.

CODE: 127

PRIMARY PURPOSE:

Installs, repairs, alters and reconditions gas distribution pipeline (both main line and service line) that is manufactured from iron, steel, aluminum, copper, brass or plastic, or any material substituted for such materials.

TYPICAL DUTIES:

Cuts, bends, fits, threads, taps and aligns gas distribution pipeline. Makes joints by any method or means but primarily fusing and welding. Handles inside lineup clamps, bending mandrel and transitioning tools. Fabricates and installs metering station. Performs hydrostatic testing of pipe. Prepares pipe for joining and aligning.

CODE: 129

PRIMARY PURPOSE:

Applies coats of plaster to interior walls, ceilings and partitions of buildings and structures to produce finished surface according to blueprints, architect's drawings or oral instructions using hand and portable power tools. May install exterior insulation finish systems (EIFS).

TYPICAL DUTIES:

Directs workers to mix plaster to desired consistency. Spreads plaster over lath or masonry base using trowel. Smoothes plaster with darby and float to attain uniform thickness. Sprays fireproof insulation onto steel beams. Applies scratch, brown or finish coats of plaster to wood, metal or lath successively. Roughens undercoat with scratcher (wire or metal scraper) to provide bond for succeeding coats of plaster. Creates decorative textures in finish coat by marking surface of coat with brush and trowel or by spattering surface with pebbles. Molds and installs ornamental plaster panels and trim and casts ornamental plaster cornices and moldings by spreading freshly mixed plaster on table or in forms with trowel when molding and installing ornamental trim. Shapes plaster by hand, using template and cuts trim to size after plaster has hardened. Applies coat of plaster to wall and presses trim into position. Nails wooden strips to wall and ceiling to serve as guide for template when casting cornices or moldings. Applies plaster to wall or ceiling using trowel. Pushes template over plaster, striking off excess plaster, until desired shape and smoothness of molding is obtained. May perform task involved with application of exterior insulation finish systems (EIFS) including preparing substrate surface and protecting surfaces, both finished and substrate, from water and run off. Frees substrate and foam of foreign material and plane. Applies reinforcing mesh and fasten foam and detail with adhesive. Mixes coating and material with portable mixer and apply with trowel. Coats and sprays finish over base coat and detailing. May erect scaffolding which may be used for interior walls and ceiling, exterior drywall or EIFS work that may require special finishes or textures applied with hawk, trowel or special texture brushes. May mix mortar. May install precast ornamental plaster pieces by applying mortar to back of pieces and pressing pieces into place on wall or ceiling. May apply stucco using spray gun.

CODE: 130

PRIMARY PURPOSE:

Installs and repairs domestic potable water lines, gravity waste disposal systems inside curb or fence lines, plumbing fixtures such as bathtubs, sinks and toilets and appliances such as dishwashers and water heaters.

TYPICAL DUTIES:

Studies blueprints and working drawings to determine work aids required and sequence of installation. Inspects building or structure to ascertain obstructions to be avoided to prevent weakening of building or structure resulting from installation of pipe. Locates and marks position of pipe and pipe connections and passage holes for pipes in walls and floors using ruler, spirit level and plumb bob. Cuts openings in walls and floors to accommodate pipe and pipe fittings using hand and power tools. Cuts and threads pipe using pipe cutters, cutting torch and pipe-threading machine. Bends pipe to required angle by use of pipe-bending machine or by placing pipe over block and bending it by hand. Assembles and installs valves, pipe fittings and pipes composed of metals such as iron, steel, copper, brass and lead and nonmetals such as glass, vitrified clay and plastic, using hand and power tools. Joins pipes by use of screws, bolts, fittings, solder, plastic solvent and caulk joints. Fills pipe system with water or air and reads pressure gauges to determine whether system is leaking. Installs and repairs plumbing fixtures such as sinks, commodes, bathtubs, water heaters, hot water tanks, garbage disposal units, dishwashers and water softeners. Repairs and maintains plumbing by replacing washers in leaky faucets, mending burst pipes and opening clogged drains. Installs gas piping from lot line inward. May weld holding fixtures to steel structural members.

CODE: 132

PRIMARY PURPOSE:

Fabricates and assembles components of refrigeration systems according to blueprints or schematic drawings using hand or power tools and welding equipment.

TYPICAL DUTIES:

Reads blueprints or schematic drawings to determine location, size, capacity and type of components such as compressor, condenser, expansion tank, valves and tubing or piping needed to build refrigeration system. Mounts compressor, condenser and other components in specified locations on frame using hand tools and arc or acetylene welding equipment. Cuts, bends and brazes specified tubing to inlets and outlets of components to form liquid and suction lines of refrigeration system. Installs expansion and control valves using acetylene torch and wrenches. Adjusts valves according to specifications. Removes air from system and charges system with specified amount and type of refrigerant. Tests lines, components and connections for leaks with leak detector which indicates presence of refrigerant. Attaches thermocouples to various points of refrigeration system and test-operates equipment to evaluate functioning and cooling capacity of system. Records pressure and temperature readings from gauges and temperature potentiometer during test run. Compares reading with specifications to evaluate performance of system and adjusts or replaces parts as indicated. May fabricate and assemble structural portions of test equipment. May assemble and mount electrical wiring circuits, controls and recording devices. May fabricate and assemble cascade and multiple stage refrigeration systems.

CODE: 133

PRIMARY PURPOSE:

Covers roofs with roofing materials other than sheet metal, such as composition shingles or sheets, wood shingles or asphalt and gravel. Sprays roofs, siding and walls with urethane or polyurethane foam to bind, seal, insulate or soundproof buildings or structures.

TYPICAL DUTIES:

Installs slate and tile and all substitute materials taking the place of slate and tile used for roofing including flat or promenade slate with necessary metal flashing to make water-tight. Cements in, on or around slate and tile roofs. Lays felt or paper beneath slate and tile. Dresses, punches and cuts all roof slate or tile either by hand or machinery. Installs all forms of plastic, slate, slag, gravel, asphalt and composition roofing, rock asphalt mastic when used for damp and waterproofing, prepared paper, compressed paper and chemically prepared paper and burlap with or without coating. Installs all damp resisting preparations regardless of the method of application in or outside of building. Installs damp courses, sheeting or coating on foundation work and tarred roofs. Lays tile or brick when laid in asphalt or pitch tar. Installs and applies materials used in roofing, waterproofing, encapsulation and containment process including all forms of elastomeric or elastoplastic roofing systems, both sheet and liquid applied, whether single-ply or multi-ply. Installs aggregate or stone used as a ballast for inverted roofing membrane assembly or roof of similar construction where insulation is laid over the roofing membrane. Seals and caulks seams and joints on elastoplastic systems to insure water-tightness. Applies liquid-type elastoplastic preparation for roofing, damp or waterproofing when applied with a squeegee, trowel, roller or spray equipment whether applied inside or outside of a building. Primes surfaces to be roofed, damp or waterproofed, whether done by roller, mop, swab, three-knot brush or spray systems. Waterproofs all types of preformed panels. Applies all types of sprayed-in-place urethane or polyurethane and the coatings that are applied over them. Applies roof insulation when the insulation material is applied as an integral part of a roofing system, whether the insulation material is applied as the first, last or any other layer in between including insulation and underlayment below a standing seam metal roof. Operates and services all kettles, bulk tankers, stationary heating tankers and other types of equipment and tools used to accomplish this work (including heating systems for the operation of the equipment), compressors for applying roofing material components, roof and mop carts, hydraulics, tools and equipment, be it hand or power operated, needed to apply waterproofing, insulation and roofing materials. Handles the hoisting and storing of all roofing, damp and waterproofing materials and the tear-off or removal of any type of roofing including all spudding, sweeping, vacuuming, cleanup or a combination of these, of any areas of any type where a roof is to be relayed.

CODE: 134

PRIMARY PURPOSE:

Fabricates, assembles, installs and repairs sheet metal products and equipment such as control boxes, drain pipes, ventilators, furnace casings, duct work and other ferrous and non-ferrous products of varying degrees of gauge thickness, including PVC or fiberglass duct work.

TYPICAL DUTIES:

Assembles, installs, repairs and alters the duct work for the heating, ventilation and air-conditioning systems regardless of the materials used and sets all equipment and all supports and reinforcements in connection with such systems. Installs expansion and discharge valves, air filters and water filters in heating, ventilation and air-conditioning systems. Tests and balances air-handling equipment and duct work. Forms, rolls, draws, stamps or presses sheet metal shingles, sheet metal tile, sheet metal brick, sheet metal stone and sheet metal lumber, when specified for use as roofing, siding, waterproofing, weatherproofing, fire proofing or for ornamental or any other purpose. Performs sheet metal work specified for use in connection with or incidental to steeples, domes, minarets, lookouts, dormers, louvers, ridges, copings, hips, valleys, outlets, roof flanges, flashings, gravel stops, leader heads, wall cap, mansards, balustrades, skylights, cornice molding, columns, capitals, panels, pilasters, mullions, spandrils and any and all other shapes, forms and design of sheet metal work specified for use for waterproofing, weatherproofing, fireproofing, ornamental, decorative or display purposes or as trim on the exterior of buildings or structures. Installs sheet metal ceilings with cornices and moldings whether plain, ornamental, enameled, glazed or acoustic type. Installs side walls and wainscoting of plain, ornamental, enameled or glazed types, including sheet metal tile.

Applies all necessary wood or metal furring, plastic or other materials, to which they are directly applied. Performs sheet metal work specified for use in connection with or incidental to direct, indirect or other types of heating, ventilating, air-conditioning and cooling systems including risers, stacks, ducts, S-strips, fittings, dampers, casings, recess boxes, outlets, radiator enclosures, exhausts, ventilators, frames, grisses, louvers, registers, cabinets, fans, motors, air washers, filters, air brushes, housings and air-conditioning chambers. Sets and hangs air-conditioning units, unit heaters or air-veyor systems and air handling systems regardless of material used. Assembles and sets up all cast iron parts, warm air furnaces, stokers, gas and oil burner equipment used in connection with warm air heating, all sheet metal hoods, casings, wall stacks, smoke pipes, truck lines, cold air intakes, air chambers, vent pipes, frames, registers and dampers. Installs equipment utilized in the operation of kitchens including ranges, canopies, steam tables, work tables, dishwashers, coffee urns, soda fountains, warming closets, sinks, drainboards, garbage chutes, incinerators and refrigerators. Installs tubing, pipes and fittings used in connection with or incidental to coppersmithing work. Installs fume hoods, metal toilet partitions and metal lockers. May erect metal roof decking and standing seam metal roofs.

CODE: 147

PRIMARY PURPOSE:

Applies aluminum, pulpwood fiber, plastic panel, brick veneer, vinyl or porcelainized metal siding to the exterior of buildings or structures to provide decorative or insulating surfaces.

TYPICAL DUTIES:

Attaches tar paper, building paper or other material to the surface of buildings or structures using nails or adhesive cement to provide insulating base. Fastens wood or metal lath to surface using screws or nails. Fits and fastens siding material to lath using rule, measuring tape, hand and power tools, nails, screws or bolts. Cuts and trims material to shape when fitting siding around windows or corners using knife, shear or portable power saw. Waterproofs surface by filling joints or cracks with caulking compound using putty knife, trowel or caulking gun. May apply precut siding or may cut material to size and shape at work site. May attach siding to surface of building or structure using adhesive cement. May attach siding by interlocking pieces through tabs provided at edges following sequence indicated by numbers printed on reverse of each piece. May fabricate and install vinyl, sheet or extruded rain gutters and down spouts.

CODE: 135

PRIMARY PURPOSE:

Lay outs, assembles, installs and maintains pipe systems, pipe supports, and related hydraulic and pneumatic equipment for steam, hot water, heating, cooling, lubricating and industrial production and processing systems.

TYPICAL DUTIES:

Selects type and size of pipe and related materials and equipment such as supports, hangers and hydraulic cylinders according to specifications. Inspects work site to determine presence of obstructions to ascertain that holes cut for pipe will not cause structural weakness. Plans installation or repair to avoid obstructions and to avoid interfering with activities of other workers. Cuts pipe using saws, pipe cutter, hammer and chisel, cutting torch and pipe-cutting machine. Threads pipe using pipe-threading machine. Bends pipe using pipe-bending tools and pipe-bending machine. Assembles and installs a variety of metal and nonmetal pipes, tubes and fittings, including iron, steel, copper and plastic. Connects pipes, using threaded, caulked, soldered, brazed, fused or cemented joints and hand tools. Secures pipes to structure with brackets, clamps and hangers using hand and power tools. Installs and maintains hydraulic and pneumatic components of machines and equipment, such as pumps and cylinders, using hand tools. Increases pressure in pipe system and observes connected pressure gauge to test system for leaks. Joins ductile iron and plastic pipes when such pipes will be under pressure and used as distribution lines for water mains and sanitary sewers. May weld pipe supports to structural steel members. May observe production machines in assigned area of manufacturing facility to detect machinery malfunctions. May operate machinery to verify repair. May modify programs of automated machinery, such as robots and conveyors, to change motion and speed of machine using teach pendant, control panel, or keyboard and display screen of robot controller and programmable controller.

CODE: 137

PRIMARY PURPOSE:

Installs, terminates, repairs and pulls low voltage (24 volt power limited) cable and wire for electronic and telecommunication products or systems such as radio, television, recording, music, voice, sound, telephone, microwave, security, computer, nurse call, clock, intercom, sound masking, voice mail, satellite, data transmission, vision production and reproduction, innerduct, call accounting, data communication, fiber optic, card access, burglar alarm, fire and life safety, including electrical metallic tubing (EMT) raceway system.

TYPICAL DUTIES:

Reads specifications, diagrams and schematics. Installs mud rings, outlet boxes and other protective enclosures required for the installation of low voltage devices. Installs surface mounted metal or plastic raceway for the protection of cables in exposed areas. Installs EMT and flexible conduit for communication wire and cable and/or other communication raceway including ladder racking, cabling supports and containment enclosures within computer rooms, communication equipment rooms, PBX rooms, termination closets and extensions to existing raceway systems, provided that all such work is on power limited circuits as defined by the National Electrical Code. May check-out and commission system and train owner in all aspects of operating such system.

CODE: 138

PRIMARY PURPOSE:

Installs all phases of programmable computer-based control systems for regulating environmental energy equipment such as heating, ventilating and air-conditioning (HVAC) systems, heat pumps, boilers and chillers, applying knowledge of computer control systems and environmental energy equipment, whether such systems or equipment are controlled and activated pneumatically, electronically or digitally, plus knowledge of installation methods and codes necessary to install the control system.

TYPICAL DUTIES:

Reads specifications, diagrams and schematics detailing computer control installation requirements and environmental energy equipment design and layout. Installs, mounts and connects specified computer hardware, such as central processing unit, keyboard, CRT display, temperature and humidity sensors, transducers, relays, transformers, actuators, etc. and wiring and raceway systems to interface with environmental energy equipment control panels using hand and power tools. Installs low voltage power limited cables with or without an electrical metallic tubing (EMT) raceway system per Article 348 of the National Electrical Code, including flexible raceway per Article 349 of the National Electric Code. Installs 120 VAC EMT, wire and terminations necessary for control equipment interface relays, PE and EP switches, flow switches, life safety, fire and smoke detectors, T'stats, end switches, pilot duty devices and actuators and may install 120 VAC control voltage to the computer based temperature control panels and related devices. May check-out and commission system and train owner in all aspects of operating such system.

CODE: 139

PRIMARY PURPOSE:

Supplies and mixes construction materials for terrazzo mechanic. Applies grout and finishes surface of installed terrazzo.

TYPICAL DUTIES:

Moves terrazzo installation materials, tools, machines and work devices to work areas manually or using wheelbarrow. Measures designated amounts of ingredients for terrazzo or grout using graduated containers and scale, following standard formulas and specifications. Loads portable mixer using shovel. Mixes materials according to experience and requests from terrazzo mechanic. Dumps mixed materials that form base or top surface of terrazzo into prepared installation site using wheelbarrow. Applies curing agent to installed terrazzo to promote even curing using brush or sprayer. Grinds surface of cured terrazzo using power grinder to smooth terrazzo and prepare for grouting. Spreads grout across terrazzo to fill surface imperfections using trowel. Fine grinds and polishes surface of terrazzo when grout has set using power grinder. Washes surface of polished terrazzo using cleaner and water and applies sealer according to manufacturer's specifications using brush. Installs grinding stones on power grinder using hand tools. Cleans installation site, mixing and storage areas, tools, machines and equipment using water and various cleaning devices. Stores terrazzo installation materials, machines, tools and equipment. May modify mixing, grouting, grinding and cleaning procedures according to type of installation or material used. May assist terrazzo mechanic to position and secure moisture membrane and wire mesh prior to pouring base materials for terrazzo installation. May spread marble chips or other material over fresh terrazzo surface and press into terrazzo using roller. May cut divider and joint strips to size as directed. May assist terrazzo mechanic to lay terrazzo. May cut grooves in terrazzo stairs using power grinder and fill grooves with nonskid material.

CODE: 140

PRIMARY PURPOSE:

Applies cement, sand, pigment and marble chips to floors, stairways and cabinet fixtures to attain durable and decorative surface according to specifications and drawings.

TYPICAL DUTIES:

Spreads roofing paper on surface of foundation. Spreads mixture of sand, cement and water over surface with trowel to form terrazzo base. Cuts metal division strips and presses them into terrazzo base so that top edges form desired design or pattern and defines level of finished floor surface. Spreads mixture of marble chips, cement, pigment and water over terrazzo base to form finished surface using float and trowel. Scatters marble chips over finished surface. Pushes roller over surface to embed chips. Allows surface to dry and pushes electric-powered surfacing machine over floor to grind and polish terrazzo surface. Grinds curved surfaces and areas inaccessible to surfacing machine, such as stairways and cabinet tops, with portable hand grinder. May precast terrazzo blocks in wooden forms.

CODE: 141

PRIMARY PURPOSE:

Supplies and mixes construction materials for tile setter. Applies grout and cleans installed tile.

TYPICAL DUTIES:

Moves tiles, tilesetting tools and work devices from storage area to installation site manually or using wheelbarrow. Mixes mortar and grout according to standard formulas and request from tile setter using bucket, water hose, spatula and portable mixer. Supplies tile setter with mortar, using wheelbarrow and shovel. Applies grout between joints of installed tile using grouting trowel. Removes excess grout from tile joints with wet sponge and scrapes corners and crevices with trowel. Wipes surface of tile after grout has set to remove grout residue and polishes tile using nonabrasive materials. Cleans installation site, mixing and storage areas and installation machines, tools and equipment using water and various cleaning tools. Stores tilesetting materials, machines, tools and equipment. May apply caulk, sealers, acid, steam or related agents to caulk, seal or clean installed tile using various application devices and equipment. May modify mixing, grouting, grinding and cleaning procedures according to type of installation or material used. May assist tile setter to position and secure wire mesh or felt paper prior to installation of tile. May cut marked tiles to size using power saw or tile cutter.

CODE: 142

PRIMARY PURPOSE:

Applies tile to walls, floors, ceilings and promenade roof decks following design specifications.

TYPICAL DUTIES:

Examines blueprints, measures and marks surfaces to be covered and lays out work. Measures and cuts metal lath to size for walls and ceilings with tin snips. Tacks lath to wall and ceiling surfaces with staple gun or hammer. Spreads plaster base over lath with trowel. Levels plaster to specified thickness using screed. Spreads concrete on subfloor with trowel and levels it with screed. Spreads mastic or other adhesive base on roof deck using serrated spreader to form base for promenade tile. Cuts and shapes tile with tile cutters and biters. Positions tile and taps it with trowel handle to affix tile to plaster or adhesive base.

CODE: 201-207

PRIMARY PURPOSE:

Drives a variety of on-road or off-road vehicles normally equipped with a dump body to transport material such as sand, gravel, crushed rock or bituminous material. Some vehicles may be used to transport specialized equipment such as a pavement marking vehicle, or used as a safety measure, such as a shadow or pilot vehicle. Performs routine maintenance and emergency repair work on all such vehicles.

TYPICAL DUTIES:

Pulls levers or turns crank to tilt body and dump contents. Moves hand and foot controls to jerk vehicle forward and backward to loosen material adhering to dump body. May maintain telephone or radio contact with supervisor to receive delivery instructions. May perform routine maintenance and emergency repair work such as changing tires, changing air and oil filters, changing spark plugs, installing light bulbs, fuses and tire chains, greasing moving parts and light body work. Classification is normally based on the type of vehicle driven and/or the number of axles on the vehicle, excluding the steering axle.

CODE: 143

PRIMARY PURPOSE:

Repairs and cleans brick, block or stone or seals space between window frames encased in masonry.

TYPICAL DUTIES:

Removes defective mortar joint from masonry units such as brick, block or stone using hand tools or power grinder. Replaces defective mortar with fresh mortar to make it air-tight, water-tight or steam-tight. Uses hand tool to strike joint and achieve original finish. Fills cracks and crevices primarily along the intersection of wood or metal and masonry units using a non-hardening putty-like compound often applied from a pressure gun. Cleans masonry units using high pressure steam, chemicals, brushes or sandblasting.

LAST UPDATE: 01/05/1998

CODE: 144

PRIMARY PURPOSE:

Works below surface of water using scuba gear (self-contained underwater breathing apparatus) or in diving suit with air line extending to surface to inspect, repair, remove and install equipment and structures.

TYPICAL DUTIES:

Descends into water and communicates with surface by signal line or telephone. Inspects docks and bottoms and propellers of ships. Repairs vessels below water line by replacing missing or leaking rivets with bolts. Caulks leaks in ships or caissons. Guides placement of pilings for structures such as docks, bridges, cofferdams and oil-drilling platforms. Lays, inspects and repairs underwater pipelines, cables and sewers using hand tools. Cuts and welds steel using oxyacetylene cutting torch and arc-welding equipment utilizing air balloon device for working underwater. Cleans debris from intake and discharge strainers. Removes obstructions from marine railway or launching ways with pneumatic and power hand tools. Levels rails by driving wedges beneath track with maul or sledgehammer. Removes launching cradles and sliding ways from keels of newly launched vessels using power and hand tools. Places rigging around sunken objects and hooks rigging to crane lines. Rigs explosives for underwater demolitions. Searches for lost, missing or sunken objects such as bodies, torpedoes, sunken vessels and equipment. Places recording instruments below surface of water preparatory to underwater tests or experiments. May set sheet pilings for cofferdams. May drill holes in rock for blasting purposes at bottom of lake or harbor. May work in flooded mines. May use armored diving equipment for dangerous missions. May photograph underwater structures or marine life. May place sandbags around pipelines or base of cofferdam to provide structural support.

CODE: 146

PRIMARY PURPOSE:

Sets up and operates portable drilling rig and related equipment to drill water wells. Installs and repairs submerged turbine pumps in water wells using a truck-mounted hoisting rig or equipment.

TYPICAL DUTIES:

Extends stabilizing jackscrews to support and level drill rig. Moves levers to control power-driven winch that raises and extends telescoping derrick. Bolts trusses to derrick and machine frame. Assembles drilling tools using hand or power tools. Moves levers and pedals to raise and lower drill tools and well casing into well bore. Moves levers and pedals and turns handwheels to control action of machine that drills or punches well bore and lowers casing into well. Pours water into well or pumps water or slush into well to cool drill bit and remove drillings. Listens to sounds of drilling machine and feels cable or brake to determine changes in rock formation being penetrated or variations in drilling process. Moves levers to adjust stroke and impact of cable tool drilling machine or changes drill bits of rotary drilling machine according to nature of strata encountered. Replaces drill bit with tool to collect samples of earth or rock being penetrated. Inspects core samples to determine nature of strata encountered or takes samples to laboratory for analysis. Records drilling progress and geological data. Splices worn or broken cable. Fabricates well casings and builds up worn drill bits using oxyacetylene cutting and welding equipment. Retrieves lost equipment from bore holes using specialized retrieval tools and equipment. May repair drill bits using forging furnace, hammer and anvil. Drives rig into position adjacent to well. Starts hoisting engine and moves levers and pedals to raise and extend telescoping hoisting mast. Bolts guy wires and struts to mast for support. Threads and tightens pump parts such as pump bowl, shaft, bearings, tubing and couplings using wrenches and chain tongs to assemble pump section. Raises pump section to vertical position and installs section in well casing using rig loadline and winch. Screws coupling or bolts flange to connect pump base to pipe column. Drives wedges under pump base to align base with pump shaft centering pump shaft in opening until tube nut or packing container fits without interference or using dial indicator to verify alignment. Hoists electric motor drive or engine drive gear box into position over pump base and inspects clearance between shaft and hollow spindle of driver to verify alignment of pump shaft. Attaches pressure gauge and orifice meter to pump outlet and pumps air into well to measure static and dynamic water levels and capacity of well. Dismantles pumps to clean, repair and replace worn or damaged parts. May repair various types of pumps, such as centrifugal, plunger and turbine pumps.