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UTILITY WORKER -DEBRIS REMOVAL
JOB DESCRIPTION :UTILITY WORKER – DEBRIS REMOVAL
general supervision, performs a variety of semi-skilled and some skilled manual
tasks in the construction, repair and maintenance of water, streets, sewer, and
public works facilities; does related work as required.
This job classification requires knowledge of the methods, tools
and equipment used in Public Works water, street maintenance, building and
grounds maintenance and sewer assignments.
various equipment involved in the maintenance of streets, sewers, and water distribution system.
• Operates dump
trucks, loaders, and rollers.
• Operates small equipment such as
wrenches, hammers, banding tools, shovels, post hole diggers, and level lutes.
• Operates power tools such as air compressors, jack hammers, wet
tapping machines, and paint spraying equipment.
• Spreads and rakes gravel or asphalt in
the patching and resurfacing
sealant to pavement cracks.
• Backs up
trucks to spread chips.
• Paints traffic
lines and legends.
• Installs and repairs traffic
• Collects water samples.
• Assists with repairing or replacing water lines, water
valves, water meters, and fire hydrants.
• Assists with making water taps and
maintaining water pumping stations.
• Assists with repairing sewer lines, flushing sewer lines, and cleaning catch basins.
• May perform some tasks
regularly assigned to senior
level classes, particularly on a training basis.
• Performs other duties as
combination of education and experience equivalent to:
1. Completion of the eighth
Two years of related construction or
maintenance experience at the level of Maintenance Worker or above.
Trash debris removal experience
LICENSES AND REQUIREMENTS
Possession of a valid Florida motor vehicle operator's license for vehicles to be operated. Must have a CDL class B License.
Work practices governing the maintenance and construction of municipal facilities such as streets,
sewers, and water lines.
effectively as part of a group or team;
• Operating motor vehicle or motorized equipment; and
• Providing excellent customer service to
the public and other City employees.
• Efficiently operate, on a production basis, a dump truck or like motor vehicle requiring comparable skills, pneumatic and power tools and equipment.
• Travel to various sites within the City;
• Follow complex written or verbal instructions and procedures;
• Work irregular hours, shifts and weekends;
• Work outdoors
in any weather condition;
• Work below ground or in confined spaces;
• Work alone or
in close proximity to others;
• Work in, with and around chemicals, solvents, grease, oil, pesticides, water, wastewater and/or hazardous substances;
• Work in dry,
dusty, smoky or humid atmospheric conditions;
• Work in a
cold, wet or damp environment;
• Work with and in moving vehicles;
• Work on
ladders, scaffolds, and aerial lifts;
• Inspect service, maintain and/or operate
machinery and power equipment;
• Push, pull,
lift and carry items weighing up to 90 pounds;
• Walk, stand, sit, kneel, crawl,
bend and climb repetitively or over a long period of time;
• Reach above shoulder height and use both hands;
• Use motor
skills to manipulate small or fragile objects;
• Use arms and
distinguish objects and colors;
conversational voices at normal level; and
in noisy environment.