Full Time Maintenance Technician

The Tulsa County Sheriff’s Office is now accepting applications for the position of

Full Time Maintenance Technician


Under general supervision, performs maintenance of the David L. Moss Criminal Justice Center. Installs, maintains and repairs air handling units. Adjusts manual and automated controls to bring equipment into recommended operating range. Maintains records of each unit. Troubleshoots air handling system when failure occurs. Performs minor electrical repairs. Replaces light bulbs and ballasts. Performs minor plumbing repairs and replacements. Installs, maintains and repairs locks, doors and door closers. Troubleshoots electric door locks. Performs general building maintenance such as painting and repairing walls, patching roof, replacing ceiling tiles, repairing chairs and desks. Repairs and replaces windows. Moves furniture and equipment as needed. Performs cement work such as patching, repairing and finishing work. Performs general building maintenance and repair. Lays or replaces carpet and floor tile. Operates light equipment, backhoe and tractor to move dirt, snow, etc. Maintains records. Prepares estimate and needs for projects. Performs other duties as assigned.

Required Skills, Knowledge and Abilities

Skill in maintenance and repair of buildings; in construction; in analyzing and evaluating

needs and requirements; in replacement and repair of light bulbs and fixtures; in general

building maintenance, in plumbing repair or replacement: in repair and maintenance of heating and air handling units, pumps and motors; and of repair and replacement of locks, doors and door closers; in application of jail security techniques; and in maintaining security of inmates. Knowledge of minor electrical repair; of cement work; of carpet and tile work: of repair of desks and chairs; of window repair and replacement; of locks and re-keying; of lighting fixtures, of heating and air conditioning operations; of electrical repair; of plumbing; of general building maintenance; of electrical codes; of mechanical and non mechanical equipment; of interdepartmental correspondence: of departmental policies, rules, and regulations pertaining to jail operations; of detention operation procedures; of the hazards and safety precautions of the work; and of required records. Ability to utilize tools, to understand and carry out verbal and written instructions, to operate pneumatic and manual controls, to read and record data from gages and meters; to gain respect and cooperation of others; to keep alert and vigilant; to handle stressful situations; to deal tactfully with others; and to install, maintain and repair electrical and nonelectrical equipment/materials; to utilize sample tools, to operate backhoe and tractor; to assemble, install and repair windows, doors and locks; to complete basic building repairs; to deal tactfully and courteously with others; to maintain physical stamina necessary to perform manual labor; and to read blueprints.

Salary and Benefits

Tulsa County Benefits

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The Tulsa County Sheriff’s Office is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Applications from individuals with Felony Convictions will not be considered

How to Apply

Apply in person – Monday through Friday, between 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. at the Faulkner Building.

Apply Online- TCSO Online Application
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Click here to download a printable application to fill out by hand

Tulsa County Sheriff’s Office
Dave Faulkner Building
Human Resources
303 W. 1st Street
Tulsa, Oklahoma 74103