$4,376 – $5,288 per month plus benefits
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Performs skilled work in the operation of the assigned moderately heavy equipment according to work schedule and general instructions; reads and interprets plans to determine task requirements.
As assigned, drives motor sweeper on a specified route; performs special sweeps for glass in roadway, cement spills, and other debris; reports on cars, trees, and pavement that may impede street sweeping operations; makes minor adjustments along the route to motor sweeper equipment reporting any breakage and the need for more complicated adjustments or repair.
As assigned, operates a variety of park maintenance and construction equipment including mowers and tractors equipped with tilling, leveling and aerating equipment, and other light to heavy equipment in the maintenance of park and landscaped areas.
As assigned, operates tractor with attachments for grading, leveling and repairing trails.
Mows, removes grass cuttings, leaves and debris in City parks, playgrounds and other turf areas. Loads and unloads sand, gravel, soil and decomposed granite. Grades ball fields and verifies measurements of markings and dimensions. Re-seeds, re-sods and fertilizes lawn areas.
As assigned, operates sewer jetter and coil rodder equipment to clear sewer lines and storm drain systems of dirt and debris.
As assigned, operates skip loader, backhoe, dump truck and various other power-driven equipment in the performance of construction, maintenance and repair tasks.
Maintains and repairs streets and street signs.
Using equipment, places sewer covers, digs holes and ditches, moves dirt and heavy loads at construction sites, transports and dumps loads, breaks concrete, loads and hauls to dump sites.
Performs various tasks involved in the routine preventative maintenance and minor repair of the assigned equipment and may assist the Equipment Mechanic with greasing and lubrication, changing oil and filters, changing tires and/or tools, replacing belts and hoses, and maintaining fluid levels.
Coordinates activities with other department staff.
Completes and submits required reports on work performed as required.
May be assigned to assist maintenance crews and operate other motorized equipment as necessary; participates in traffic control activities as required.
Responds to emergency situations in the city as required and follows applicable safety rules and regulations.
Performs other related duties as assigned.
HOW TO APPLY
A City of San Dimas application must be submitted and may be completed online by visiting the City website at www.cityofsandimas.com. Please do not send in applications by e-mail or fax. Questions may be directed to the Personnel Office at (909) 394-6211 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications must be received by January 18, 2019. A resume may be attached to the application, but does not substitute for a completed City application.