Utility Operations Maintenance Worker I/II, Utility Operations Maintenance Worker (Seasonal), Parks & Facilities Maintenance Worker
Career Opportunities Join our team in Lake Tahoe! Full-Time, Competitive Pay, Immediate Openings
- UTILITY OPERATIONS MAINTENANCE WORKER I/II Level I: $53,133.70 - $64,584.34 Level II: $61,104.08 - $74,272.40 Benefits + Cert. Pay up to 10% + Performance Pay up to 3%
- SUMMER SEASONAL POSITIONS UTILITY OPERATIONS MAINTENANCE WORKER Full-time, $25/hour - 9/80 schedule. Learn the trade!
- PARKS & FACILITIES MAINTENANCE WORKER Full-time, Up to $21/hour - Flexible schedule. Work Outside! $1/hour bonus for every hour worked through Labor Day
This position plans, organizes, trains, oversees, and participates in a variety of activities related to maintaining, repairing, District facilities including parks, beaches, and buildings.
The ideal candidate will have experience in the maintenance, repair, and construction of a variety of parks, beaches and facilities, knowledge of sport field maintenance, repair work, including landscape and irrigation design, ability to troubleshoot, maintain facilities in a safe and effective working condition, make recommendations for improvements, effectively provide staff leadership and work direction. This position regularly works on tasks which are varied and complex, requiring considerable discretion and independent judgement.
Main areas of responsibility include:
• Provides technical and functional direction to assigned staff.
• Operates a variety of hand and power tools and equipment related to work assignment as instructed and trains employees and seasonal staff in work methods, use of tools and equipment, and relevant safety practices, rules, and protocols.
• Maintains and repairs as needed various building and facility issues including minor plumbing, electrical, HVAC and painting work.
• Operates snow removal equipment.
• Maintains accurate records and logs of daily activities, using appropriate computer software applications.
• Responds to and performs emergency repairs and other emergency services as necessary.
Minimum qualifications of the job for education and experience include any combination of the following: Equivalent to completion of the twelfth (12th) grade, and four (4) years of increasingly responsible facilities and parks maintenance program experience, or two (2) years as a Parks & Facilities Maintenance Worker II with the District and demonstrated ability and knowledge. An associate degree and/or experience in performing lead duties or supervision is highly desired. Depending on assignment, possession of specialized certification as may be desired by the District. (Certified Playground Safety Inspector, Pesticide applicator/advisor or ISA Arborist certification as examples). AWWA Backflow Prevention Assembly Tester License desirable.