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Seasonal Program Coordinator I (Ohv Program)
Position: Seasonal Program Coordinator I (OHV Program)
Location: West Region
Office Location: Pittsfield State Forest, Pittsfield
Start Date: 4/1/18
End Date: 11/3/18
About the Department of Conservation and Recreation:
The Department of Conservation and Recreation manages one of the largest and most diverse state parks systems in the nation and protects and enhances natural resources and outdoor recreational opportunities throughout Massachusetts. DCR is a dynamic agency, and is one of the largest park systems in the nation. The DCR system includes over 450,000 acres of parks, forests, water supply protection lands, beaches, lakes, ponds, playgrounds, swimming pools, golf courses, skating rinks, trails and parkways.
DCR is seeking candidates for the position of Program Coordinator I for the OHV Program in the West Region.
Supervises and performs work relative to the operation and administration of the Massachusetts Off-Highway Vehicle Program.
Supervises OHV Program staff, volunteers, and contractors performing trail maintenance and trail oversight. Specific responsibilities relative to staff supervision include: work assignment and scheduling; work performance review and evaluation; staff development and training.
Maintains, communicates and enforces professional standards for the quality of visitor services, staff appearance, facility / trail maintenance, public safety and resource protection.
Develops and maintains professional and/or service relationships with friends groups, users, organizations having particular interest in OHV use, volunteers, and other DCR staff.
Communicates OHV Program activities, incidents, and projects to other Departmental staff and the EOEEA OHV Coordinator. Communication includes the preparation of various written reports, electronic communication via computer, telephone and radio transmission.
Prepares reports and maintains records regarding the daily, weekly, monthly operation of the OHV program to provide information and make appropriate recommendations.
Coordinates the activities and work of OHV staff, volunteers, and contractors.
Performs related duties such as determining supply needs; operating and performing routine maintenance on various types of equipment and vehicles; providing information to the general public; interviewing candidates for employment; providing on the job training; using equipment such as chainsaws, trail tools, loppers etc.; patrolling trails by foot, ATV, or UTV; tractor operation; and other duties as required.
Performs other related duties as assigned such as public speaking engagements and presentations.
Knowledge of the laws, rules, regulations, policies, procedures, specifications, standards and guidelines governing OHV use in Massachusetts.
Knowledge of the geographic composition of the assigned work area.
Knowledge of the types and uses of agency forms.
Knowledge of Off-Highway Vehicles.
Proficiency with Microsoft Office.
Proficiency in Off-Highway Vehicle use.
Knowledge and experience in grant writing / submission.
Experience in budget management.
Experience with GIS.
Experience with trail work.
Experience with power tools and equipment.
This requisition will remain open until filled; however, first consideration will be given to those applicants that apply within the first 14 days.
MINIMUM ENTRANCE REQUIREMENTS: Applicants must have at least (A) two years of full-time, or equivalent part-time, professional, administrative or managerial experience in business administration, business management or public administration the major duties of which involved program management, program administration, program coordination, program planning and/or program analysis, or (B) any equivalent combination of the required experience and the substitutions below.
I. A Bachelor's or higher degree with a major in business administration, business management or public administration may be substituted for the required experience.*
II. A Bachelor's or higher degree with a major other than in business administration, business management or public administration may be substituted for a maximum of one year of the required experience.*
- Education toward such a degree will be prorated on the basis of the proportion of the requirements actually completed.
An Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer. Females, minorities, veterans, and persons with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply.
Organization: Bullock Texas State History Museum
Posted by Araceli Ripper
- May 21, 2018
Posted in Nonprofit Job
Address: 201 E 14th Street, Suite 950, Austin, TX, 78701
Start Date: May 21, 2018
Application Due Date: May 21, 2018
Job Type: Full Time
4:30pm Must be available to work weekends when necessary
Schedule may change based on Agency's business needs
Posting Dates: May 21 - Until Closed
Hiring Rate: $2,000 - 2,250 /monthly
The State Preservation Board (SPB) was established for the purpose of preserving, maintaining, and restoring the State Capitol and the 1857 General Land Office, which houses the Capitol Visitors Center. Since that time, the operations have expanded to include: maintenance of the Governor's Mansion, operating the Bullock Texas State History Museum and the Texas State Cemetery. The SPB provides educational programs centered on Texas history, government and culture for the benefit of the citizens of Texas and its visitors.
These Groundskeeper positions will be based at the Capitol and Cemetery and will perform grounds maintenance activities for the Governor's Mansion, Capitol Grounds, Capitol Visitors Center (CVC), Bullock Texas State History Museum (TSHM), Capitol Visitor's Parking Garage (VPG). and Texas State Cemetery. Groundskeepers are responsible for street landscaping areas, grounds equipment and facilities. Groundskeepers work as part of a team under the general supervision of the Housekeeping & Grounds Manager, and the close supervision of Grounds Supervisors with a minimal latitude for the use of initiative and independent judgment. Grounds staff are exposed to inclement, harsh weather conditions due to the nature of job duties. Groundskeepers display sound judgment and maintain a professional, respectful, and service-oriented focus when interacting with employees, visitors, and the public. Some duties require driving state owned vehicles and use of an agency EZGO cart so Groundskeepers must have a valid driver license. References will be required to verify experience and must be able to pass a thorough criminal background check. Perform all other duties as assigned.
*Work hours are based on the Agency's 360 day- per-year schedule and may include weekends, evenings and holidays, including on short notice.
Essential Job Duties: For purposes of this agency's job descriptions, "essential job duties" are defined as assigned tasks that are critical or fundamental to the position and not marginal. If an individual is qualified to perform the essential job duties, he or she must be able to perform the essential job duties with or without reasonable accommodation.
Continuouslymonitors and cleans the Capitol grounds, Governor's Mansion property, Museum Grounds and CVC and VPG locations including all the hardscape areas by removing and discarding leaves, dirt, rubbish, gum, trash, graffiti, litter and debris.
Properly trims and prunes tree branches in all assigned areas using chain saws, pole saws, loppers and or pruning shears.
Performs turf grass mowing, edging, de-weeding, blowing and fertilization.
May drive agency vehicles and carts to haul supplies, materials and furniture.Will transport guests to gravesites when needed.
Safely operates and performs maintenance on agency trucks, EZGO carts and other equipment such as lawn mowers, chain saws, blowers and trimmers by performing oil changes, changing parts, lubrication and adjustments as required.
Assists on maintaining clean fountains, monuments, benches, walks and other historical artifacts.
Repairs broken and damaged benches, trash cans and grounds equipment.
Assists in making inspections, proper repairs and maintaining the irrigation systems.
Assists in maintaining a clean, well-organized and clutter-free Grounds shop. Replenishes supplies and assists supervisors in ordering stock, equipment and supplies.
May be required to paint surfaces as assigned.
May assist in setting up or removing tables, chairs, furniture, barricades, traffic cones or similar objects.
Perform all tasks pertaining to care and upkeep of flower beds including digging for installations, pruning, de- weeding, mulching, watering and fertilizing.
Exerts necessary force to dig ditches and holes for sign posts, tree and flower planting.
Performs mulching of all trees at all locations.
May oversee or provide input to contract workers as authorized by supervisor.
Demonstrates initiative, focus and sustained efforts to: improve grounds keeping operations; decrease turnaround times; streamline work processes; work cooperatively with other team members and the public; and make a measurable difference in the cleanliness and general maintenance of the properties.
Takes necessary precautions to work in a safe manner and use all related personal protective equipment.
Complies with all applicable safety rules, regulations, and standards, including handling of dangerous chemicals and pesticides.
Continuously assesses safety conditions to ensure individual and workplace safety. May assist in evacuating visitors in the event of an emergency.
Maintains a professional, respectful, and service-oriented focus when interacting with employees, visitors and the public.
May occasionally work additional hours or for extended periods without a break.
Performs all duties as assigned in a manner that promotes public confidence in the State Preservation Board and its employees.
May be required to work alone at times and have a reasonable level of initiative and independence.
Adheres to all agency, and department, policies and procedures.
Regular attendance is an essential job duty for all SPB positions.
Performs all duties in a manner that promotes public confidence in the SPB and its staff.
Performs all other duties as assigned.
The successful candidate will have experience in groundskeeping work that includes use of power equipment and hand tools, and knowledge of gardening methods and materials. Must be able to regularly exert physical force necessary to perform manual labor. Requires ability to work in extreme weather conditions and/or inclement weather. Must be able to understand and follow oral and written instructions and routines in English, as well as demonstrate a reasonable level of initiative when working independently. Must possess a valid driver's license, have an acceptable driving record, and be capable of safely operating agency vehicles. Must be able to bend, kneel, squat, crawl, reach, grasp, climb, lift and safely move up to 50 pounds. Requires ability to communicate with co-workers and the public. This position is not sedentary and requires visual acuity, mental focus and includes regular extensive walking. Must be available to work weekends when needed.
The ideal candidate for this position be a high school graduate or equivalent with at least one year of experience in grounds and landscaping, and experience working with irrigation systems and controllers. The ideal candidate will have experience using and cleaning tools such as: motorized equipment such as push and riding mowers, string trimmers, edgers, hedge shears, loppers, sprinklers, hammers, wrenches, spades, rakes, saws, and pressure washers.
Benefits include: medical, dental and vision insurance options; 401(k) and defined benefit pension retirement plans; and generous paid time off
Free parking; free individual Bullock Texas State History Museum membership
VETERANS: Military Occupational Specialty Codes (MOS): Marines: 3372 Marine Aide, 8000 General Service Marine; Air Force: 8A200 Enlisted Aide.
Veterans with other related MOS or additional duties pertaining to the minimum experience requirements may meet the minimum qualifications for this position and are highly encouraged to apply. Use your military skills to qualify for this position or other jobs. Go to www.texasskillstowork.com to translate your military work experience and training into civilian job terms, qualifications and skill sets or for additional Military Crosswalk information go to http://www.hr.sao.state.tx.us/Compensation/JobDescriptions.aspx.
An Equal Employment Opportunity Employer
The State Preservation Board is an equal opportunity employer and welcomes all qualified applicants without regard to national origin, race, color, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, disability, genetic information, or Veteran status. In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), as amended, if you require reasonable accommodation in the interview and selection process, please call the agency's ADA Coordinator at (512) 475-4992.
At the time of hire, selected applicants must show proof of eligibility to work in the U.S. in compliance with the Immigration Reform and Control Act. All males who are age 18 through 25 are required to register with the Selective Service and may be asked to present proof of registration or exemption from registration upon hire.
The State Preservation Board uses E-Verify to confirm the employment eligibility of all newly hired employees. To learn more about E-Verify, including your rights and responsibilities, please visit www.dhs.gov/E-Verify.
To Apply: To Apply:Submit a State of Texas application to the SPB by:Email: TSPB.Employment@tspb.texas.govFax: (512) 463-3372Mail or in person: 201 E. 14th Street, Suite 950, Austin, Texas, 78701For an application and additional information: See: http://www.tspb.texas.gov/spb/employ/employ.html or call: (512) 463-5495. All resumes must be accompanied by a fully completed state application.State Classification: Groundskeeper I Class Code: 8031 Group: A-04
Installs and maintains landscapes, hardscapes, and water features at single or multiple residential properties according to maintenance program guidelines and company policies. Uses personal protective equipment provided by Company.
Operates walk-behind powered rotary mower to cut lawns. Trims and edges around walks, driveways, flower beds and walls using powered line trimmer. Removes lawn clippings, leaves, other debris or litter from grounds, using rake, broom, or powered backpack blower.
Prunes trees and shrubs using hand and pole saws, hand pruners, loppers and hedge shears. Weeds and grubs around trees, shrubs, and flower beds using hand weeder, trowel, or hoe.
Applies granular and liquid fertilizers and pesticides using walk-behind spreader and liquid sprayer. Measures or mixes and selects applicator setting according to product instructions. Cleans equipment after each use.
Installs and removes plants, mulching materials and soil conditioners. Digs and fills holes with shovel. Spreads materials and incorporates in soil using rake, bedding fork or cultivator. May operate compactor, aerator or dethatcher as required to maintain lawns.
Maintains and repairs irrigation systems. Visually inspects systems in operation and measures coverage. Removes and replaces malfunctioning controller, valves, pipes, risers, and sprinkler heads or components.
Maintains tools and equipment in operating condition. Cleans, fuels, changes oil, and replaces filters and spark plugs on gasoline-powered mowers, trimmers and blowers. Replaces expended trimmer monofilament line and removes, sharpens and replaces mower blades. Scrapes or brushes debris, washes, lubricates and sharpens cutting surfaces on hand tools.
- Minimum High school diploma or equivalent
Familiarity with function, safe use and maintenance of variety of basic hand and power tools.
Familiarity with design, function and maintenance of irrigation systems.
Familiarity with variety of landscape plants, materials and chemicals used in South Texas.
Willingness and ability to work rotating 24/7 on-call duty.
Valid driver's license.
Ability to read and comprehend simple instructions, short coorespondence, and memos.
Ability to effectively present information in one-on-one and small group situations to customers, clients, and other employees of the organization.
Regularly required to stand; walk; use hands to finger, handle, or feel; reach with hands and arms; stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl; and talk or hear.
Frequently required to climb or balance and taste or smell; occasionally required to sit.
Regularly required to lift up to 50 pounds; occasionally required to lift up to 100 pounds with assistance.
Requires close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depthperception and ability to adjust focus.
Regularly exposed to wet or humid conditions (non-weather); work near moving mechanical parts; and outdoor weather conditions.
Frequently works in high, precarious places; exposed to fumes, airborne particles and vibration.
Occasionally exposed to toxic or caustic chemicals and risk of electrical shock.
Noise level regularly ranges from loud to moderate.
Fort Lewis College Grounds & Nursery II
FORT LEWIS COLLEGE
Physical Plant Services
Description of Job
Fort Lewis College, a selective public institution located in Durango, Colorado, offers degree programs in arts, business, education, health fields, humanities, social and natural sciences, and teacher education. Our inspiring mountain campus is located atop a scenic mesa overlooking historic Durango and situated between the San Juan Mountains and the desert Southwest.
We are committed to accessible and high quality baccalaureate education, and our hallmarks are remarkably close relationships between students and faculty, the freedom of intellectual exploration, and the challenge of experiential learning. Our 3,400 students come from 48 states, 17 countries, and 170 American Indian tribes and Alaskan Native villages. Durango is a thriving multicultural community of 18,500 set along the beautiful Animas River Valley.
Averaging 300 sunny days per year, the community is known for its outdoor lifestyle and friendly, festive atmosphere. Durango is also the cultural and economic hub of the Four Corners region, rich in dining, shopping, and entertainment, and linked with airline service to hubs in Denver, Phoenix, and Dallas. For more information about our great city, please visit www.durango.org. Come join our team!
Job Duties: This position performs independently as a skilled groundskeeper on a college campus of 247 acres.
Manage and care for all college roads and grounds. Inspect grounds on a daily basis. Mow and trim grass with power mowers and tools.
Apply fertilizer and pesticides. Weed and trim flower and shrub beds. Trim trees.
Seed and sod as necessary.
Operate all types of mowers and trimming equipment. Maintain athletic fields to include field lining and painting in order to support the Athletic Departments outdoor sports.
Sweep/shovel/clean up dirt, debris and trash. Assist with exterior trash collection and recycling. Rake and clean up leaves.
Review and document all work requested and completed utilizing the departments work order system and maintain daily payroll time records and other necessary administrative duties. Oversee work by departmental G & N I and GL I, student, temporary, or contract laborers. Perform cleaning and maintenance duties necessary to keep college grounds in immaculate condition.
Perform other duties as assigned to assist the Physical Plant Services department. Operates and maintains various hand and power tools to accomplish skilled landscape work, including lawn mowers, string trimmers, chain saws, back pack blowers and sprayers, hand clippers, loppers and general garden tools. Required to drive licensed vehicles.
Manage the operation and maintenance of the campus irrigation system. Duties include operation of computerized irrigation system, maintenance of storage pond, pumps, distribution system and weather station. Perform all necessary repairs to the system including hand digging, pipe repair and remediation of lawns and gardens.
Maintain inventory of repair parts. Basic tools used are wrenches, shovels, hand saws and adhesives. Perform snow removal from roads, sidewalks, roof tops and other campus structures as necessary.
Operate and maintain snow removal equipment such as shovels, ice chippers, snow blowers and vehicle mounted snowplows. Apply ice melt as required.
Event support, moving and waste removal; Set up & break down equipment for special events and athletic events including transport, layout, set up and take down of tables, chairs, risers, platforms, curtains, tents, canopies, floor protectors, etc. utilizing hand trucks, dollies and other moving devices. Move office furniture and campus equipment.
Assist with trash, recycling and smoke station services for the campus. Pick up and empty trash containers on campus and deliver refuse to central containers utilizing truck or service cart.
Occasionally, position will be required to perform vehicle service: Inspect vehicles for damage and road worthiness by visually inspecting and completing form indicating condition of vehicle.
Fuel vehicles, check oil levels and inflate tires. Clean and inspect fleet vehicles. Utilizing rags, vacuum cleaners and cleaning solutions, clean all interior surfaces of vehicle.
Clean exterior with hose and pressure washer as necessary. Assist with basic garage equipment maintenance. Maintain service garage in clean, neat and orderly manner. Basic tools used are wrenches, screw drives, pliers, vice grips, hand buffer and scrapers.
Please note: This listing of job duties is not meant to be all inclusive. Position may be asked to perform other duties as assigned based on the needs of the College.
Minimum Qualifications, Substitutions, Conditions of Employment & Appeal Rights
Two years of progressively responsible commercial, institutional or industrial grounds care and maintenance, one of which must have included the installation and maintenance of automated irrigation systems.
Experience utilizing TMA or a similar computerized work order system
Basic computer and data entry skills
Athletic field maintenance experience
Grounds experience in a higher educational setting
Experience using heavy equipment
Experience applying fertilizer and pesticides in a commercial environment
Experience with pruning and cutting trees
Strong customer service skills
Strong interpersonal skills
Attention to detail
Ability to exert up to 100 lbs. of force occasionally, and/or up to 50 lbs. of force frequently, and/or up to 20 lbs. of force constantly to move objects.
Ability to climb, balance, stoop, kneel and crouch for extended period of time.
Ability to tolerate noise, vibration and working outdoors and during inclement weather
Ability to work and communicate with internal and external customers to meet the needs in a polite, courteous and cooperative manner.
Committed to quality service.
Ability to respond appropriately to supervision. Follows policy and procedures and fully cooperates with Supervisors of all departments
Conditions of Employment
A final job offer is contingent upon the satisfactory completion of a criminal background check. All background checks will be conducted in accordance with Fort Lewis College policy.
A final job offer is contingent upon the satisfactory completion of a post offer evaluation of lifting abilities .
This is an essential services position and required to work during inclement weather, special events and in the case of emergencies. An essential services designated position is subject to report for work when deemed necessary for the health and safety of the campus. This includes but not limited to early morning and/or late night snow removal.
This position is required to possess and maintain a current, valid driver license.
A final job offer is contingent upon the satisfactory review of the candidate's driving record by the college insurance agent and the satisfactory record must be maintained throughout employment as this position is required to drive campus vehicles in order to perform job duties.
This position is required to achieve a Certificate of Training for Non Registered Applicator within the first year of employment Through the Colorado Environmental Pesticide Education Program
If you receive notice that you have been eliminated from consideration for the position, you may protest the action by filing an appeal with the State Personnel Board/State Personnel Director within 10 days from the date you receive notice of the elimination.
Also, if you wish to challenge the selection and comparative analysis process, you may file an appeal with the State Personnel Board/State Personnel Director within 10 days from the receipt of notice or knowledge of the action you are challenging.
Refer to Chapters 4 and 8 of the State Personnel Board Rules and Personnel Director's Administrative Procedures, 4 CCR 801, for more information about the appeals process. The State Personnel Board Rules and Personnel Director's Administrative Procedures are available at www.colorado.gov/spb.
A standard appeal form is available at: www.colorado.gov/spb. If you appeal, your appeal must be submitted in writing on the official appeal form, signed by you or your representative, and received at the following address within 10 days of your receipt of notice or knowledge of the action:
Colorado State Personnel Board/State Personnel Director, Attn: Appeals Processing, 1525 Sherman Street, 4th Floor, Denver, CO 80203. Fax: 303-866-5038.
Phone: 303-866-3300. The ten-day deadline and these appeal procedures also apply to all charges of discrimination.
All Applicants Please Note:
You must submit your application by the posted job announcement closing date. Fort Lewis College uses email as its primary form of contact. Please provide a valid working email on your application, otherwise, please provide valid contact phone numbers and a valid mailing address.
Fort Lewis College is not responsible for incomplete faxes, lost mail, lost or deleted emails, and does not accept postmarks.
You are responsible for checking your spam filter and/or junk mail for incoming emails from Fort Lewis College and this application website.
Fort Lewis College does not discriminate on the basis of race, age, color, religion, national origin, gender, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, political beliefs, or veteran status. Accordingly, equal opportunity for employment, admission, and education shall be extended to all persons. The College shall promote equal opportunity, equal treatment, and affirmative action efforts to increase the diversity of students, faculty, and staff.
Resumes will not be accepted in lieu of a completed application, but may be used to supplement information to the application. Failure to submit properly completed documents by the closing date of this announcement may result in your application being rejected.
Former employees of Fort Lewis College or any other State of Colorado Department or Agency, who were disciplinarily terminated or resigned in lieu of termination, must disclose this information on his/her application.
The Assessment Process: Colorado Revised Statutes require that all state employees be hired and promoted through comparative analysis of merit and fitness.
Part or all of the assessment for this position will include a review of your application material. Applications will be reviewed by a Human Resource Specialist and/or Subject Matter Experts to determine if you meet the minimum requirements for the position. They may also use the application material to assess and rank applicants who meet the minimum requirements, to cut to a top group for additional assessment, or establish an eligible list for referral to the hiring manager for final consideration.
Be sure your application material specifically addresses your qualifications, experience, work products, and accomplishments as they relate to the job duties, minimum qualifications, preferred qualification, requires competencies and conditions of employment sections as listed above. Upload additional pages if necessary to fully explain your experience and accomplishments. Failure to include adequate information or follow instructions by the deadline for application may result in your application not being accepted for this position and may affect your inclusion as a qualified candidate in any of step of the selection process and placement on the eligible list.
ADA Accommodations: Any person with a disability as defined by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) may be provided a reasonable accommodation upon request to enable the person to complete an employment assessment.
To receive the accommodation, the person making the request must present medical documentation that describes the disability which justifies the accommodation. Because it requires several days for Fort Lewis College to evaluate the request and prepare for the accommodation, it is essential for the person who believes he/she may need an accommodation to locate or obtain the documentation that he/she intends to submit well in advance of the assessment date. Failure to provide the medical documentation several days in advance of a comparative analysis could make it impossible for Fort Lewis College to prepare for and provide the requested accommodation.
To request a reasonable test accommodation for this assessment, please contact the Office of Human Resources at (970)247-7423 or the contact listed on this announcement several days before the assessment date.
Notice to Prospective Employees:
The Fort Lewis College is required by the Clery Act of 1990 to notify prospective employees, current employees, students and applicants where to access our Campus Security Report. The report is updated and published annually in accordance with the Higher Education Amendments of 1998, Federal Student Right-to-Know, the Federal Drug-free Schools and Campuses Act of 1989. This report contains information about:
Fort Lewis College's alcohol and other drug policy
Sexual assault policy
Campus security policies
The Colorado Riot Offense Statute restriction on enrollment
Where to find registered sex offender information
Crime statistics for the previous three calendar years
The Campus Security Report can be accessed in two ways:
By going to the internet website at: www.fortlewis.edu/AnnualSecurityReport
Fort Lewis College Student Affairs Office will also provide a paper copy of the annual security report upon request. You can reach them at (970) 247-7331.
Sewer (Hdt (Huntsville, Al))
The primary function of this position is operating a sewing machine to join, assemble, hem, reinforce, or repair articles by performing the following duties:
Primary and Essential Duties and Responsibilities
Operates all types of sewing machines with single and/or double needle
Places spool of thread on spindle of machine and draws thread through machine guides, tensions, and eye of needle
Inserts bobbin into shuttle and draws thread through slot in shuttle wall or draws thread through guide and lopper eye
Presses knee lever, depresses pedal, or moves hand lever to raise presser foot
Positions parts to be sewn under presser foot and needle and lowers presser foot
Starts, stops, and controls speed of machine with pedal
Locks end of material with back-stitch
Guides parts under needle following edges, seams, guides on machine bed or markings on part
Makes sure all pattern marks line up to each other
Observes face and back stitching to detect defects and notifies supervisor when defects are caused by machine malfunction
Observes workmanship at previously made parts and subassemblies to detect defects and notifies supervisor or quality control inspector
Performs any repair or corrective sewing as required by the supervisor
Selects sewing supplies such as binding, braid, cord, piping, tape, thread or webbing, according to specifications or color of material
Cuts excess thread or material. Oils and cleans machine in accordance with the maintenance instructions
Cleans work station area on a daily basis
Reports daily activities using labor report cards
Supports, communicates, reinforces and defends the mission, values and culture of the organization
Adheres to all quality and safety standards
Supports other projects and performs duties as assigned
Secondary Duties and Responsibilities
- May participate in lean/six sigma/quality/safety initiatives as required
Equipment Operator I (Streets)
FLSA Status: Nonexempt
Inclement Weather Classification: Essential
An employee in this class operates medium equipment and a variety of specialized power equipment including dry saw, wet saw, and jack hammer for completion of streets maintenance and sidewalks. Work involves forming and finishing concrete such as curb and sidewalk, installing pipe for storm sewer systems, and other general street maintenance such as spraying and cleaning storm drains. The employee provides tree removal, ice and snow removal, and water/sewer repair in emergency situations. Work is performed in accordance with departmental rules and policies. The employee sets, forms, pours, and finishes concrete to repair curbs, gutters, driveways, and sidewalks; performs street repairs and patching; lays asphalt; clears roadside and other City properties. Work subjects the employee to inside and outside environmental conditions, extreme temperatures, and normal hazards associated with operation of equipment and working with sewer. Work is performed under the supervision of the Street Superintendent and is evaluated through daily observation. This classification is considered nonexempt in compliance with the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA).
Examples of Duties
Sets, forms, pours, and finishes concrete to repair curbs, gutters, driveways, and sidewalks; performs street repairs and patching; lays asphalt, clears roadside and other City properties by cutting brush, raking and hoeing
Cleans and removes debris from streets, gutters, storm drains, catch basins, drainage ditches, sidewalks, and street construction sites by shoveling, raking, sweeping, and picking up debris; removes ice and snow from the streets
Uses chain saw and loppers to cut limbs in order to remove sight distance hazards.
Uses weed eater to edge grass off of curbing and along edges of sidewalks
Drives snow plow to clear streets of snow and ice
Uses air compressor to blow out cracks and hot lance to dry the cracks
Operates pickup and other maintenance equipment and performs routine maintenance on equipment; operates power street sweeper per rotating assignment; maintains and replaces sweeper brooms and liquids
Performs general street maintenance such as spraying and cleaning storm drains.
Responds to calls on weekends and after hours in all kinds of weather
Performs related duties as required.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
Considerable knowledge of automotive and mechanical equipment operation and general maintenance work performed by a municipality
Considerable knowledge of practices, methods, materials, tools and equipment used in public streets and traffic marking field construction, repair, and maintenance work
Considerable knowledge of procedures and techniques of concrete and asphalt work; hazards associated with the work and proper safety precautions
Skilled in concrete construction
Ability to operate a backhoe, forklift, loader, mower, tractor, dump truck, leaf blower, weed eater, tamp, jackhammer, and other maintenance equipment
Ability to follow safety procedures
Ability to follow standard operating procedure for all street division functions
Ability to receive and carry out instructions provided by a supervisor
Ability to identify and report to a supervisor the maintenance needs of various structures, grounds and facilities
Ability to perform all street maintenance manual functions
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with other employees and the general public
Education and Experience
High School Diploma or GED equivalency and some prior equipment operation and maintenance experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
Physical Requirements and Working Conditions
Work in this class is described as medium and frequently requires physical exertion to complete tasks and move objects. This employee must have the visual acuity to determine the accuracy, neatness, and thoroughness of work assigned. Work typically involves the ability to physically perform the basic life operational functions of climbing, stooping, kneeling, crouching, reaching, walking, pushing, pulling, lifting, grasping, feeling, and repetitive motions. The worker is required to have the visual acuity to be the operator of trucks, forklifts, cranes and other equipment. This employee is subject to hazards, including mechanical equipment, electrical current, noise and vibration and atmospheric conditions due to exposure to fumes, odors, and dusts. Working conditions include both inside and outside environmental conditions.
- Commercial Driver's License (CDL)
Network Systems Engineer ??? Voice Technology
SkillStorm is seeking a Network Systems Engineer – Voice Technology for one of our clients in Jacksonville, Florida.
The Client's team combines software and systems administration skills to design, build and operate a global Collaboration infrastructure.
We need creative high energy engineers and technologists to help develop complex mission-critical designs in a fast-paced constantly changing environment.
In addition to complex designs, the team routinely works on tasks related to: availability, latency, capacity, code lifecycle, and deployment & configuration management, and collaborates with global Engineering teams to architect, design & release new services to enable our internal & external clients providing cutting edge services.
Efficient, smart working individual leading a near-term program across our consumer business
Manage multiple and interdependent projects to collectively deliver the desired business outcome based on varying degrees of complexity.
Manage end-to-end Voice & Data infrastructure delivery lifecycle including the collection and translation of business requirements to enable technical execution of network programs and projects.
Plan / coordinate project deliverables across multiple service providers in support of network infrastructure project requirements.
Manages and contributes to a portfolio of network infrastructure projects from design & build through implementation and operational turn-over, with varying levels of complexity.
Monitor incoming Service Request Fulfillment queue, including analysis of the incoming Request to better understand the customer's business & technical needs, prioritizing dates, scheduling, assigning/re-assigning as appropriate.
Collaborate with other internal/external Client teams such as Architecture, Operations, Engineering, and Requestors on core design requirements/standards and impact assessment.
Leverage designated automation tools and resources to create technical designs/Engineering Work Orders that will drive implementation during a pre-approved change window.
Perform design validation testing and pre-work in non-production environments when necessary to ensure successful implementation in production.
Maintain accurate records of requests and communications by utilizing Client's systems of record
Communicate status and progress to the customer on a daily basis via the System of Record and respond to requests from customers in a timely manner
Adhere to Client processes, such as representing the change in Change Committee meetings & Design Review sessions
Provide proper handoff of ticket/design and relevant details when necessary
Create, modify and represent appropriate change records required prior to implementing or hand-off
Provide implementation support, as needed to other Vendors and Client teams
Adhere to Client Project Mgmt / Change Mgmt governance framework
Excellent written/verbal communication & presentation skills at the executive level
Required Technical Skills:
Demonstrate extensive technical experience working with the large VoIP network using Cisco Voice solutions including CUCM, Unity Connection Voice Mail, SCCP, and SIP.
Broad working knowledge of call routing in complex fortune 50 company with QSIG, MGCP, CAC, H323 and SIP Trunking to Session Boarder Controllers
Firm understanding of TDM systems, VoIP disciplines, and call control disciplines.
Platform knowledge, with experience integrating to Cisco and Sonus products
SIP and Traditional ISDN/PRI Trunking hands-on experience engineering or troubleshooting
VoIP endpoint configuration to meet site-specific environmental requirements
Sonus Gateway or other industry SBC Technologies configuring and/or integration experience
VLANs, switch port configuration, layer two networking, QOS on Data routing a plus
Knowledge of WireShark, Netmon, Snooper, LOPper is required
Strong analytical and organizational skills, including attention to detail, and ability to determine an effective course of action as required
Ability to thoroughly review, understand and interpret technology updates for applicability in the environment we support
Ability to interact effectively with all levels of customers and leadership
Ability to handle multiple tasks simultaneously and respond under pressure
Intermediate proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite and advanced proficiency with Microsoft Visio
Excellent customer service skills including reporting, organization, written and oral communication and task prioritization
Participate in cross-functional teams and ability to work effectively in a geographically dispersed team
Comfortable working under tight deadlines and identifying problematic issues and reporting up efficiently
Excellent troubleshooting / analytical skills
Capable of quickly learning new technologies and procedures
Willing to train others in procedures mastered as part of implementations
Proven ability to resolve project issues and mitigate project risk by negotiating solutions that meet expected results
The Individual must possess the ability to analyze and understand a variety of existing and emerging business requirements, interface with technology engagement teams as a fully seasoned and proficient solutions engineer, in providing best in class solutions that align to meet business and technology requirements.
This highly dynamic position will require the ability to manage multiple technical project engagements requiring the candidate to be a "team player" whom can also work independently in managing to multiple deadlines, priorities and diverse set of applications and requirements.
Candidate will be a strong engineering minded individual with polished collaboration, written, and communication skills and a proven track record interacting with various levels of management, clients and technical team members in delivering technical solutions
Develop strong linkage with the Architecture and Solutions team to deliver standard designs and ensure compliance
Participate in peer reviews for high and low-level designs
Ensure LOB and production characteristics are understood
Responsible for delivery of complex solutions on time and on budget
Develop detailed, low-level technical designs for complex Enterprise Voice Solutions
Ensure successful delivery of technical solutions into the production environment
Provide L3 support to resolve complex and visible production issues as required
Accountable for production environment oversight
Responsible for capacity, security, continuity, and availability management
Design to meet customer's availability requirements
Recommend and leverage tools to ensure effective platform management
Evaluate high-risk change
Provide subject matter expertise to a line of business, relationship managers, network teams including Operations
Identify risks and recommend remediation process
Engage with Client Security, Compliance, and Legal to ensure proper controls
Ensure the stability of environment through lifecycle management
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