Coordinate Measuring Equipment Operator Job Description Sample
Equipment Operator II
GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF CLASS:
The purpose of the class is to perform duties related to the fueling and movement of vehicles to and from the fuel island, bus washer, and other locations, and relative activities. Also assist in the collection and review of data related to fueling, mileage, and vehicle maintenance work orders.
Moves vehicles to and from the fuel island and bus washer, and parks them safely.
Reports and documents damage to vehicles & equipment to supervisor as necessary.
Ensures that fueling system and bus washer are operational.
Maintains and accurately enters data regarding daily mileage, fuel usage, fluid levels and other relevant information for tracking purposes.
Assists in collection and review of vehicle maintenance work orders.
May drive bus vehicles between bus facilities and various locations for the purpose of switching vehicles, shuttling to/from repair vendor locations or other locations.
Performs work in emergency situations as required.
Performs related maintenance tasks as necessary.
INVOLVEMENT WITH DATA, PEOPLE AND THINGS
Requires comparing or inspecting items against a standard. Collects and reviews data to ensure accuracy.
Requires working with co-workers and other transit personnel. May require occasional contact with other City of Brownsville employees and, rarely, with the general public.
INVOLVEMENT WITH THINGS:
Requires handling complex equipment and tools, such as the bus washer, fuel pumps, and bus vehicles. May also use machines, tools, or equipment that requires moderate instruction or experience such as lawnmowers, saws, two-way radios, weed eaters, and other tools.
Performs semi-skilled work involving set procedures but solves frequent problems.
Requires performing basic addition and subtraction, such as measuring and tracking data, ensuring it's accuracy.
Reads routine sentences, instructions, regulations, procedures, or work orders; writes routine sentences and completes routine job forms and incident reports, speaks routine sentences using proper grammar. Must be able to read and write English for comprehension of instruction, safety labeling, policies, and other materials.
Performs some clerical tasks relating to gathering and reviewing data. Performs manual tasks requiring a complete familiarity with the functions of a unit or small division of an operating agency; requires normal attention with short periods of concentration for accurate results or occasional exposure to unusual pressure.
JUDGMENTS AND DECISIONS
JUDGMENTS AND DECISIONS:
May guide others and make frequent decisions affecting co-workers and others who depend on the service.
VOCATIONAL/EDUCATIONAL AND EXPERIENCE PREPARATION
VOCATIONAL/ EDUCATIONAL PREPARATION:
Requires High School Diploma, or GED.
SPECIAL CERTIFICATIONS AND LICENSES:
Class A Commercial Driver's license with a satisfactory motor vehicle record.
Requires minimum of two years of work related experience.
AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT REQUIREMENTS
PHYSICAL DEXTERITY REQUIREMENTS:
Requires light to medium work that involves walking or standing virtually all of the time, exerting between 20 and 50 pounds of force on a recurring basis, considerable skill, adeptness and speed in the use of the fingers, hands or limbs in tasks involving close tolerance or limits of accuracy.
The job may risk exposure to bright / dim light, dust and pollen, extreme heat and or cold, wet or humid conditions, extreme noise levels, fumes and / or noxious odors, traffic and moving machinery.
The job required normal visual acuity and field of vision, hearing, speaking, and color perception.
The City of Brownsville is an Equal Opportunity Employer. ADA requires the City to provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities. Prospective and current employees are invited to discuss accommodations.
The City of Brownsville participates in a generous retirement plan with retirement opportunities available at 5 or 20 years of continuous service. The City has an exceptional employee and family medical and dental insurance plan.
Employees may also contribute to deferred compensation plans from Nationwide or VALIC or supplemental insurance plans from AFLAC and Colonial Life. Full time employees have an appealing leave plan of sick and annual accumulations totaling 10 days each year. Additionally, the City of Brownsville observes 12 holidays annually.
This class specification should not be interpreted as all-inclusive. It is intended to identify the essential functions and requirements of this job.
The incumbents may be requested to perform job related responsibilities and tasks other than those stated in this specification. This job description is subject to change in response to funding variables, emerging technologies, improved operating procedures, productivity factors, and unforeseen events. This updated job description supersedes prior descriptions for the same position. Management reserves the right to add or change duties at any time.
This position is contingent upon continued availability of funds
The City of Brownsville does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy and gender identity), national origin, political affiliation, sexual orientation, marital status, disability, genetic information, age, membership in an employee organization, retaliation, parental status, military service, or other non-merit factors.
This employment opportunity is open to all qualified candidates
The City of Oxnard's Public Works Department is seeking an Equipment Operator with strong technical and customer service skills to be part of the Public Works team. This individual must be comfortable performing construction, maintenance, and repairs of equipment.
The ideal candidate will have experience in the operation of heavy construction equipment.
This position will be responsible for providing operation of light, medium, and heavy duty construction equipment.
WORK SCHEDULE: Standard hours of operation are 8:00 AM-6:00 PM, Monday-Thursday, and alternate Fridays, 8:00 AM-5:00 PM.
Depending on the work assignment staff may be assigned to a shift that is outside the standard work hours. This position is eligible for overtime pay.
Under general supervision, operates a variety of light and heavy construction and maintenance equipment; inspects and performs routine maintenance on equipment; maintains equipment maintenance records; performs semi-skilled and skilled duties in the operation of a Material Recovery Facility (MRF) and the Environmental Resources Division; performs a variety of other tasks in support of assigned area of responsibility; performs related duties as assigned.
The Equipment Operator is the journey level class responsible for independently operating and maintaining light, medium and heavy equipment. Incumbents may serve as a crew leader, and must be able to exercise judgment and initiative. This series is distinguished from the next higher classification of the Environmental Resources Supervisor in that the latter performs duties involving a higher level of complexity and difficulty and is responsible for overall supervisory responsibility for the Environmental Resources Division.
Depending on assignment general supervision may be exercised by the Environmental Resources Manager or designee. May provide functional or technical supervision over assigned personnel.
(include but are not limited to the following)
Drives vehicles required to transport materials, tools and equipment; operates light, medium and heavy duty construction equipment including skid steerers, forklifts, wheel loaders and other heavy equipment associated with the operation of a MRF; trucks and trailers, loaders, backhoes, bulldozers, graders, rollers, spreaders, mowers and related equipment; operates a variety of hand and power tools; performs equipment operation for a variety of construction and maintenance activities involving streets, sidewalks, curbs, gutters, storm drains, waterways, beaches and related facilities; performs preventative maintenance and routine repair on vehicles, equipment and tools.
Demonstrates a full understanding of applicable policies, procedures, work methods and safety requirements associated with assigned duties.
Identifies equipment needs for assigned projects; makes rental arrangements for equipment not in stock; directs the work of other personnel in the operation and maintenance of equipment; trains other personnel in the operation and maintenance of equipment.
Performs a variety of construction and repair duties when equipment is not in operation; constructs, maintains and repairs; cleans and maintains catch basins, waterways and storm drains; performs general maintenance of the MRF facility; may inventory and requisition supplies and equipment; performs after hours emergency work; assists other programs as required.
Implements traffic control measures at job sites, including sign placement, traffic control arrow board and coning; directs traffic flow.
Serves as a crew leader; schedules jobs in assigned areas; assists and trains less experienced personnel; understands, implements and trains personnel in proper safety procedures.
Responds to questions and concerns from the general public in a courteous and professional manner; provides information as is appropriate and resolves complaints.
Demonstrates a full understanding of all applicable policies, procedures and work methods associated with assigned duties; assists in the training of lower level positions.
Participates in comprehensive Health and Safety and equipment maintenance programs.
The following are minimum qualifications necessary for entry into the classification:
EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE:
- The equivalent of three (3) years of experience in the operation of heavy construction equipment; and,
- A high school diploma, or equivalent, supplemented by specialized training in the operation of heavy construction equipment.
LICENSING, CERTIFICATION and OTHER REQUIREMENTS:
- Possession of a valid Class "B" or "A" California driver's license depending upon assignment.
The selected candidate must pass a thorough background investigation.
UNION MEMBERSHIP: Positions in this classification are represented by International Union of Operating Engineers.
Submit NEOGOV/Government Jobs on-line application.
Complete and submit responses to the supplemental questions, if required.
Upload resume, cover letter, proof of degree (transcript) or other requested documents.
Your application may be rejected as incomplete if you do not include the relevant information in the online application and include the information only on the resume. Applications and/or responses to Supplemental Questionnaires that state "see my resume" or "see my personnel file" are considered incomplete and will not be accepted. Cover letters and/or optional resumes are not accepted in lieu of a completed application.
For most positions, the City of Oxnard relies on office automation (Microsoft Office) and web-based enabled tools, therefore candidates must be proficient and comfortable with computer use to perform functions associated with on-going work.
Regular and reliable attendance, effective communication skills, and development of effective working relationships are requirements of all positions.
City staff may be required to play an active role in the event of an emergency, which may include changes in responsibilities and working hours.
The list of qualified candidates that is established from this recruitment may be used to fill other full-time, part-time and temporary assignments as vacancies arise.
This position requires a 12 month probationary period.
Pursuant to California Government Code Section 3100, all public employees are required to serve as disaster service workers subject to such disaster service activities as may be assigned to them.
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY: The City of Oxnard is an Equal Opportunity Employer and welcomes applications from all qualified applicants. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, marital status, medical condition, disability or sexual orientation.
REASONABLE ACCOMMODATION: The City of Oxnard makes reasonable accommodation for the disabled.
If you believe you require special arrangements to participate in the testing process, you must inform the Human Resources Department in writing no later than the filing date. Applicants who request such accommodation must document their request with an explanation of the type and extent of accommodation required.
LEGAL REQUIREMENT: On the first day of employment, new employees must provide proof of citizenship or documentation of legal right to work in the United States in compliance with the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986, as amended. The City participates in E-Verify and will provide the federal government with your
Form I-9 information to confirm that you are authorized to work in the U.S. If E-Verify cannot confirm that you are authorized to work, this employer is required to give you written instructions and an opportunity to contact Department of Homeland Security (DHS) or Social Security Administration (SSA) so you can begin to resolve the issue before the employer can take any action against you, including terminating your employment.
Employers can only use E-Verify once you have accepted a job offer and completed the Form I-9. For more information on E-Verify, please contact DHS. 888-897-7781 dhs.gov/e-verify
NOTE: The provisions of this bulletin do not constitute an expressed or implied contract. Any provision contained in this bulletin may be modified or revoked without notice.
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Retirement Contributions: New members (as defined by PEPRA), 2% @ 62; "Classic" members 2% @ 55.
The employee will be required to pay a portion of their annual earnings toward their retirement. The City of Oxnard does not participate in social security.
Vacation Time: Full time employees accrue vacation time at a rate of 4.08 - 7.77 hours per pay period based on years of service.
Sick Time: Full time employees accrue sick time at a rate of 3.70 hours per pay period.
Bilingual Pay: A regular full time employee may receive bilingual pay at the rate of $30.00 bi-weekly to the extent the employee is required to provide bilingual services as determined by the City Manager or designee.
Educational Incentive: For positions that do not require a Bachelor's Degree, the City offers an educational incentive award of 2.5% for employees that complete 30 work-related college semester units above the minimum education requirements for the position.
Health and Dental: The City contributes $470.34 per month toward medical insurance premiums and an additional $66.79 per month for dental insurance premiums.
Unused premium monies are paid to the employee as a taxable benefit. The City also contributes $136.00 per month in PEMHCA contributions which is paid to CALPERS.
Life Insurance: City employees receive Basic Life Coverage and have the option to purchase additional insurance.
Tuition Reimbursement: Full-time employees receive reimbursement of educational expenses including the costs of tuition, registration fees, laboratory fees, and books at a rate of 50% for work related coursework up to a maximum of $500 per fiscal year.
Holidays: The City observes 12 holidays per year
Landfill Equipment Operator
Johnston County Solid Waste is looking for an experienced heavy equipment operator at the County Landfill. This is a full time position with all applicable benefits.
Duties and Responsibilities
Operates bulldozer, compactors, and scraper pans in clearing land and covering land at the debris; operates heavy equipment to grade and excavate land and back fill excavations and trenches. Operates motor grader in the grading, ditching and other construction and maintenance of dirt roads and the repair of road surfaces at the landfill.
Observes waste being dumped at the landfill for proper materials; separates out materials not allowed; explains proper access and use of the landfill to the public. Performs preventive maintenance and makes repairs and adjustments to heavy equipment; assists the mechanic. Performs other tasks when not engaged in equipment operation and repair; separates recyclable materials and loads into shipping containers; mows and maintains landfill acreage; operates transfer trucks to transport solid wastes to various sites.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
Considerable knowledge of the operation and maintenance of heavy construction equipment. Considerable knowledge of the methods of landfill operation including grading and drainage requirements and regulation regarding solid waste materials disposed in landfill.
Considerable knowledge of the occupational hazards and preventive safety measures of working in a landfill and operation of heavy equipment. Ability to operate construction equipment to proper grade. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with the public and other employees. Ability to follow oral and written instructions.
Must be able to perform basic life functions of climbing, balancing, stooping, kneeling, reaching, standing, walking, grasping, pushing, pulling, talking, hearing, and repetitive motions. Must be able to perform medium work exerting up to 50 pounds of force occasionally, and/or up to 20 pounds of force frequently, and/or up to 10 pounds of force constantly to move objects. Must have visual acuity to operate heavy equipment and distinguish types of materials being deposited in the landfill.
Desired Education and Experience
Ability to read and write and considerable experience with heavy equipment operation; or any equivalent combination of education, experience, and training.
Possession of commercial driver's license permit and have the ability to obtain a valid North Carolina class B commercial driver's license with no restrictions within ninety days of hire. Must obtain Landfill Operations Specialist certification within six months of employment (subject to SWANA scheduling).
Equipment Operator I (Cemetery)
Operates and services trucks and light motorized equipment; does maintenance work on equipment. Also performs manual work in public facilities.
- Drive light trucks to haul supplies and materials such as gravel, sand,dirt, and caliche;
- Operate tractors, sweepers, mowers, front-end loaders, backhoes, and other machines of comparable size and complexity;
- Maintain and service equipment, machines, and trucks;
- Assist with various other activities including mowing and edging grass, installing and maintaining sprinkler systems, and removing litter and debris;
- Repair damaged fences;
- Care and maintain color beds and install plant material;
- Direct trucks where to unload at the city landfill, weigh truck, and collect money for landfill charges; keep routine records;
- Assist in the preparation for funerals;
- Perform related duties as directed.
Completion of the tenth grade with an additional six months to one year of experience in operation and maintenance of light motorized equipment; or any combination of relevant education and experience which provides the following:
Physical Exam Required
Valid Current Commercial Driver's License
Equipment Operator I at Landfill does not require a CDL, requires DL.
Knowledge and Abilities
- Operation and maintenance of motorized equipment typically used in construction or maintenance activities.
- Follow oral and written instructions;
- Perform maintenance on light equipment;
- Work cooperatively with others;
- Operate a spray gun and metal grinder;
- Communicate effectively with others.
- Continuously lift and carry up to 25 pounds;
- Frequently lift and carry up to 50 pounds;
- Frequently stand and walk during a shift;
- Frequently climb ladders, stairs and inclined surfaces;
- Continuously bend and kneel;
- Push and pull objects;
- Continuously flex upper trunk forward at the waist and partially at the knees;
- Continuously rotate trunk to the right or left while sitting or standing;
- Continuously reach above, at or below shoulder height;
- Coordinate eye, hand and foot movement to operate vechiles.
Information Technology Equipment Operator 1-3(Ots/Pss)
The Division of Administration/Office of Technology Services has a vacancy.
This vacancy will be filled by new hire or by promotion of a current permanent status classified employee. There is no Civil Service written test requirement.
As part of a Career Progression Group, vacancies may be filled from this recruitment as an Information Technology Equipment Operator 1 (TS-302), an Information Technology Equipment Operator 2 (TS-303), or an Information Technology Equipment Operator 3 (TS-305). The maximum salary for the Information Technology Equipment Operator 3 is $48,568 annually. Please refer to the "Job Specifications" tab located at the top of the LA Careers "Current Job Opportunities" page for specific information on salary ranges, minimum qualification requirements and job concepts for each level.
A criminal history check will be conducted on all new hires as well as employees changing positions including promotions, demotions, details, reassignments and transfers. Also, prospective employees may be subject to pre-employment drug testing. New hires will be subject to employment eligibility verification via the federal government's E-verify system.
To apply for this vacancy, click on the "Apply" link above and complete an electronic application which can be used for this vacancy as well as future job opportunities. Applicants are responsible for checking the status of their application to determine where they are in the recruitment process by selecting the 'Applications' link after logging into their account. Below are the most common status messages and their meanings.
- Your application has been submitted successfully.
- Your application is being reviewed to ensure you meet the minimum qualifications for the position.
Minimum Qualification Review – See History – Click the History link for the results of your application review. Passing candidates will designate as "Pass". Failing candidates will designate as "Fail".
Eligible for consideration
- You are among a group of applicants who MAY be selected for the position.
Eligible Pending Supplemental Qualification Review
- Only candidates meeting the supplemental qualification will be eligible for referral.
Referred to hiring manager for review
- Your application has been delivered to the hiring manager. You may or may not be called for an interview.
- Someone has been selected for the position.
- The agency has decided not to fill the position.
The State of Louisiana only accepts online applications. Paper applications will not be accepted.
Computer access is available at your local library, at local Louisiana Workforce Commission Business Career Solutions Centers, and at the State Civil Service Testing and Recruiting Center at 5825 Florida Boulevard, Room 1070, Baton Rouge, LA 70806. If you require an ADA accommodation, please contact our office at (225) 925-1911 or Toll Free: (866) 783-5462 during business hours for additional assistance.
(Please note: Libraries and LWC centers cannot provide in-depth assistance to applicants with limited computer skills; therefore, we suggest that such applicants have someone with computer proficiency accompany them to these facilities to assist with the computer application process.
Also, no State Civil Service employees are housed at the libraries or LWC centers to answer specific questions about the hiring process. Such questions should be directed to the State Civil Service Testing and Recruiting Center at the phone numbers above or by visiting the office on Florida Blvd. where assistance is available. Information is also provided on our job seeker website at https://jobs.civilservice.louisiana.gov/).
Resumes will not be accepted in lieu of a completed application. You must include all relevant education and experience on your official State application.
Applicants qualifying based on college training or receipt of a baccalaureate degree will be required to submit an official college transcript to verify credentials claimed prior to appointment. Please make every effort to attach a copy of your transcript to your application.
The transcripts can be added as an attachment to your online application or faxed to (225) 219-1041. The selected candidate will be required to submit original documentation upon hire.
For further information about this posting, please contact:
Division of Administration/Office of Human Resources
No experience or training is required.
Function of Work:
To execute and monitor the enterprise systems processes, and set up, adjust and maintain peripheral and auxiliary equipment for the processing of data.
Level of Work:
Close supervision from an Information Technology Operations Shift Supervisor or other higher level Information Technology personnel, and functional supervision from a higher level Information Technology Equipment Operator.
Location of Work:
Information Technology sections of all state agencies.
Differs from Information Technology Equipment Operator 2 by the presence of close supervision and by receiving on-the-job training in operating computer hardware or assisting the network Help Desk Operator.
Examples of Work
The Office of Technology Services aims to be a responsible partner in delivering innovative, effective, and reliable solutions that support and enhance the IT functions within Executive Branch Departments. The Office of Technology Services will work to increase the return on the State's investment in technology by promoting smart decision-making, solving problems intelligently, increasing the rate of project success, and fostering a skilled and professional staff.
15% Incumbent must be able to demonstrate mastery of operating, performing preventative maintenance, and troubleshooting techniques on the mail sorting machine, digital mailing system, and all mail insert machines.
15% Incumbent must be able to demonstrate mastery of operating, performing preventative maintenance, and troubleshooting techniques when processing all mainframe/server generated printing, using all production printing systems, within OTS High Capacity Printing. The output must also be distributed through the established distribution processes.
15% Incumbent must be able to demonstrate mastery when operating and monitoring the daily mainframe/
server production systems for all state agencies. This includes batch processing, monitoring
online systems, databases, and print queue output.
15% Assists operators in resolving problems or answering questions about proper equipment operations and procedures. Assists supervisor with documentation, shift reports, identifies abends and equipment malfunctions.
15% May function as lead worker over lower level operators as needed. May assume additional
Supervisory duties in the absence of the supervisor.
15% Incumbent must be able to coordinate pickup and delivery of bulk mail and bulk mail supplies, with
the USPS bulk mailing facility. Process and prepare mail and packages for UPS, Fed Ex, & USPS
5% Performs all other tasks, special projects, analysis, studies, and plans as directed.
5% Participate in professional development opportunities to improve skills and technical knowledge.
Construction Equipment Operator II
Department Information, Job Summary and Essential Job Functions
NOTE: The normal starting salary for this position is $17.37/hr. A higher hourly rate may be considered, dependent on the qualifications and experience of the selected applicant and/or the City's step placement policy.
Full-time employees will receive preference in the following order: major division first, then department, and then all other full-time City employees. If it is determined that no qualified full-time City employees exist, qualified part-time and external applicants will be considered.
This classification is located in various departments throughout the City of Oklahoma City. This posting will be used to fill a current vacancies in the Streets, Traffic, and Drainage Maintenance Division of the Public Works Department. However, an eligibility list will be established or supplemented for filling future vacancies, including vacancies in other departments, per provisions of the AFSCME collective bargaining agreement.and is under the direction of an immediate supervisor. The skills, knowledge, and abilities required for full performance must be acquired prior to assuming the position. Incumbents must possess skill in operating at least one or more pieces of very heavy construction equipment specific to a particular work site and have the ability to learn to operate other equipment. The employee must possess all necessary licenses and certifications prior to operating the assigned equipment. Essential job functions include: driving and/or operating various pieces of light, heavy and/or very heavy construction or maintenance equipment used in activities, such as, construction excavation, asphalt stripping etc., and assuming responsibility for following all safety and maintenance procedures relating to the proper operation and condition of the assigned equipment. The primary equipment used may include: earth movers, large motor graders, large bulldozers, large asphalt rollers and pavers, large cranes, Gradalls; Hoptos; scrapers; cranes; tandem trucks; and tractor-trailer rigs. A Construction Equipment Operator II may also be expected to complete specific tasks including, but not limited to: operating front-end loaders for cutting slope; operating backhoes when digging around underground gas/electrical lines or large water mains; and interpreting construction plans or drawing and performing operations necessary to comply with plan or drawing specifications. Specialized attachments such as snow plows, trailers, winches, etc. may be used to complete less routine job assignments. The incumbent may work independently in delivering materials and equipment or in conjunction with other workers and equipment while on construction or maintenance projects. In the absence of a supervisor the worker may be expected to assume lead-worker responsibility for other employees and equipment and effective completion of projects. Due to equipment malfunctions, limited worker availability, or adverse weather conditions, this classification may be expected to perform crew or maintenance-type tasks. Work instructions are received verbally and in writing, with work reviewed by a supervisor through inspection and written reports or upon completion for compliance with blueprints and overall quality.
Honorably discharged veterans of the United States Armed Forces who are not currently employed full-time by the City of Oklahoma City shall receive five (5) points added to the passing score on an initial selection process. Qualified applicants must upload or submit a copy of their DD Form 214 indicating discharge type/character of service at the time of application.
Knowledge of the assigned equipment types and functions. (Dependent on Department)
Knowledge of and ability to operate gauges, controls, pedals, levers, and switches found on the equipment used.
Knowledge of procedures used and skill in cutting or digging to grade.
Knowledge of various construction materials and types of soils and surfaces.
Skill in reading blueprints and grade stakes, and using instruments to check grade.
Skill in operating/driving the assigned equipment.
Ability to safely operate equipment used on the job.
Ability to perform basic arithmetic computations.
Ability to follow instructions.
Ability to work both independently and with others.
Ability to learn.
Possession of a valid Oklahoma State Class A Driver License.
Working Conditions and Physical Requirements
Outside; frequently exposed to heat, cold, humidity, rain, and snow.
Possibility of falls from working around slippery surfaces caused by rain, snow, and ice during snow and ice removal projects.
Possibility of suffering injuries when operating equipment, securing equipment and materials, or changing pieces on equipment such as blades.
Subject to working from 4 to 12 feet above ground level when operating certain equipment or when loading, securing, and unloading materials and equipment.
Subject to working near moving machinery and vehicles in motion.
Subject to exposure to pronounced strain or vibration, high concentrations of dust, and intermittent or continued loud noises when operating construction equipment.
Possible exposure to chemical irritants and noxious odors when cleaning dumped materials from the roadside, bar ditches, storm drains, etc.
Subject to working near equipment and media which, under certain conditions, may explode, e.g., operating construction equipment near underground gas lines.
Subject to working near equipment and media which, if contracted, may cause severe electrical shocks, e.g., operating construction equipment near underground high-voltage electric lines, overhead power lines, etc.
Subject to physical fatigue due to prolonged sitting, standing or walking.
May work 12-hour shifts during snow and ice removal, and subject to 24-hour call.
Possibility of receiving second or third degree burns from hot liquid sealer (350 to 400 degrees) when operating joint sealing machine.
Possible exposure to fairly high concentrations of toxic chemicals when operating chemical spraying equipment.
Local travel daily.
NOTE: Typical City employee working hours are 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. However, working hours vary (may require work to begin before 8:00 a.m. and/or end beyond 5:00 p.m., and/or may require work on weekends and holidays), and are subject to change, based on the duties and location of the position and the business needs of the assigned work unit/department.
Strength enough to lift, push, pull, or carry objects weighing up to 100 pounds such as pieces of equipment, rocks, bags of cement, bags of silica sand, hose, boom down chains, drag chains, etc.
Stamina enough to exert one's self physically throughout the work day.
Mobility enough to continuously move one's body from place to place.
Flexibility enough to bend, twist, and reach out to operate the controls, pedals, levers, etc. on equipment used, move parts and equipment, tie down machinery, secure tarps, etc.
Coordination enough to climb up to and down from equipment and to operate the controls, pedals, levers, etc., on equipment used.
Arm-hand steadiness, and manual and finger dexterity enough to operate the controls, levers, and switches on equipment used.
Far vision enough to tell how deep one is scraping or digging while seated on equipment, and to watch for vehicles.
NOTE: An eligibility list will be established from this posting consisting of applicants who receive a score of 70 percent or better. Multiple selection procedures may be utilized; a minimum of 70 percent or better will be required on each; and the results of multiple selection procedures will be equally weighted. The eligibility list will be in effect for 180 days from the date of the final selection procedure and will be used to fill future vacancies.
NOTE: Subject to work 12-hour shifts and 24-hour call, including weekends and holidays, under emergency conditions such as snow and ice removal, floods, tornados, etc.
NOTE: City employees are required to receive pay electronically, either via direct deposit or pay card.
NOTE: Full-time employees on the interdepartmental lateral transfer/voluntary demotion list who are interested in this position must submit an application through the standard process.
NOTE TO FORMER EMPLOYEES: To participate in any selection process, former employees must be eligible for rehire. If you are unsure of your rehire status, please contact the Personnel Department at (405) 297-2530. If your rehire status has been coded "Not Eligible," "Eligible 3," or "Conditional," you will need to request a review of your retire status through the Personnel Department's Labor Relations Division.
NOTE: Upon a conditional offer and acceptance of employment, the City of Oklahoma City will conduct a background investigation/verification. Applicants will be provided contact information for any third-party reporting agencies used to collect background information in connection with conditional offers of employment.
NOTE: The selected applicant will be provided a copy of the City of Oklahoma City's Drug and Alcohol Testing Policy upon conditional offer and acceptance of the position and prior to being directed for a health screen/physical examination and drug test. Full-time City employees currently occupying a job classification requiring a Commercial Driver License will not require retesting.
NOTE: Completion of the supplemental questions is required. Responses to supplemental questions must be supported by work history/information listed on the application/resume.
AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
If you require reasonable accommodation at any time during the hiring process, please notify one of the Personnel Department Representatives.
Heavy Equipment Operator
The purpose of this classification is to operate heavy equipment and perform manual work functions associated with the construction, maintenance, and repair of city grounds, roads, water systems, sewer systems, and buildings.
The following duties are normal for this classification. The omission of specific duties does not exclude them from the classification if the work is similar, related, or a logical assignment for this classification.
Other duties may be required and assigned. Specific duties listed may not be required for all positions within this classification, but are determined by the normal requirements for the particular position.
Operates and maintains equipment of heavy weight and considerable difficulty, specifically: front end loader, Crane Truck, gradall, bulldozer, motor patrol, low boy truck and trailer, backhoe, road grader, trencher, track loader, and track hoes to assist in construction, maintenance, and repair work.
Inspects equipment prior to use and ensures necessary equipment repairs are made; performs maintenance tasks necessary to keep machinery, equipment, and tools in good working condition, specifically: greasing and cleaning, maintaining fluid levels, and changing tires.
Inspects job site for possible hazards prior to operating equipment.
Performs manual work functions associated with construction, maintenance, and repair of city roads, water systems, sewer systems, building structures, or grounds according to assignment.
Cleans catch basins, roads, and right-of-ways, repairs drain pipes, installs chain link fences, and lays pipes.
Loads/unloads and hauls equipment, concrete blocks, bricks, rocks, cement, and related heavy materials.
Installs, repairs, and/or replaces water lines, sewer lines, meters, valves, drainage boxes, and fire hydrants; digs trenches, cuts pipe, and performs pipe fittings.
Cuts/grades ditches and roads, patches streets, and pulls stumps/trees; sets concrete forms, pours concrete, and lays bricks.
Hauls explosives, demolishes houses, buildings, and related structures and removed associated debris.
Cleans up hazardous material spills.
Prepares and/or receives various forms, reports or other documents; forwards as appropriate.
Transports heavy equipment.
Communicates via telephone and/or two-way radio; provides information; takes and relays messages and/or directs calls to appropriate personnel; responds to requests for service.
Responds to requests for information from officials, employees, the public or other individuals.
Must accomplish the essential functions of the job, with or without reasonable accommodations, in a timely manner.
Performs other related duties as required.
High school diploma or GED required; two years of experience in heavy equipment operation and maintenance or a related field. Must obtain and maintain an Alabama Commercial Driver's License (CDL), Class A within six months of employment. This job classification is considered to be safety-sensitive and is subject to pre-employment and random drug screens.
Minimum Requirements to Perform Essential Job Functions
The following requirements are normal for this classification. Specific requirements may not apply to all positions within this classification, but are determined by the normal requirements for the particular position.
PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: Must be able to operate a variety of equipment, machinery and tools which may include backhoe, road grader, trencher, track loader, front end loader, gradall, bulldozer, motor patrol, track hoes, ,two-way radio, tapping machine, shovel, pick, post hole digger, air compressor, and mechanics tools. Physical demand requirements for some positions within this classification may at times be at levels of those for heavy work.
DATA COMPREHENSION: Requires the ability to compare and/or judge the readily observable functional, structural, or compositional characteristics (whether similar to or divergent from obvious standards) of data, people, or things which may include work orders, maps, and operational manuals.
INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION: Requires the ability to speak with and/or signal people to convey or exchange information, including giving/receiving assignments and/or directions to/from co-workers, assistants, managers, or supervisors as well as communicating with the general public.
LANGUAGE ABILITY: May require ability to read a variety of informational documentation, directions, instructions, and methods and procedures.
Requires the ability to write basic job related documentation and reports with proper format, punctuation, spelling and grammar, using all parts of speech. May require ability to speak with others with poise, voice control, and confidence using correct English and well-modulated voice.
INTELLIGENCE: Requires the ability to learn and understand relatively complex mechanical and operational principles and techniques, to understand departmental policies and procedures, to make independent judgments in absence of supervision, and to acquire and be able to expound on knowledge of topics related to primary occupation.
VERBAL APTITUDE: Requires the ability to record and deliver information, to explain procedures, and to follow verbal and written instructions.
NUMERICAL APTITUDE: Requires the ability to add and subtract, multiply and divide, and determine time and weight.
FORM/SPATIAL APTITUDE: Requires the ability to visually inspect items for proper length, width, and shape using job related equipment which may include standard measuring devices.
MOTOR COORDINATION: Requires the ability to coordinate hands and eyes in using heavy equipment and to operate a motor vehicle.
MANUAL DEXTERITY: Requires the ability to handle a variety of items, heavy equipment, motor vehicles, control knobs, switches, mechanics tools, etc.
Must have the ability to use one hand for twisting motion or turning motion while coordinating other hand with different activities. Must have average levels of eye/hand/foot coordination.
COLOR DIFFERENTIATION: May require the ability to discern color.
INTERPERSONAL TEMPERAMENT: Requires the ability to deal with and relate to people beyond giving and receiving instructions. Must be able to adapt to and perform under moderate stress when confronted with an emergency.
PHYSICAL COMMUNICATION: Requires the ability to talk, express, or exchange ideas by means of spoken words and/or hear and perceive nature of sounds by ear.
Equipment Operator I
This class is the second level in a nine-level Maintenance and Operations Series devoted to providing repair, maintenance and equipment operation for an assigned city maintenance, or operational function. Incumbents provide semi-skilled or skilled general maintenance based on assignment to any City department or maintenance function. Work may include the following:
Repairing and maintaining water-related infrastructure
Performing maintenance and minor repairs on equipment and parts
Operating assigned equipment
Maintaining cleanliness of work area, tools and equipment
Following safety policies and procedures
Hiring Range: $32,506 - $34,131 (Promotional Hiring Range May Vary) Duties and Responsibilities
Performs semi-skilled or skilled general maintenance supporting City department(s) or maintenance function; selects proper maintenance tools and equipment for tasks; performs work following established safety policies and procedures and applicable codes and regulations.
Operates and maintains assigned equipment and tools; performs inspections to ensure safe operating conditions; performs routine repairs and/or replacement of parts; cleans and performs preventative maintenance; and monitors need for replacement or advanced repairs.
Plans, monitors and reviews inventory, resources and materials needs; initiates orders for resources based on requirements; may work with contract workers and trade specialists by scheduling and coordinating repairs and maintenance services.
Maintains activity logs, records, work orders and related reports.
Performs other duties of a similar nature and level as assigned.
Operating and driving heavy equipment such as a dump truck, tractor-trailer, tractor, flatbed truck or water truck;
Hauling materials, supplies, equipment, and soil;
Inspecting assigned equipment for mechanical readiness;
Performing minor preventative maintenance on equipment.
Education and Experience
High School Diploma or GED and two years of maintenance experience related to assignment.
An equivalent combination of education and experience sufficient to successfully perform the essential duties of the job such as those listed above, unless otherwise subject to any other requirements set forth in law or regulation.
Valid North Carolina Driver's License with a satisfactory driving record.
Valid North Carolina Class A Commercial Driver's License with a satisfactory driving record.
Standard practices, methods and materials of assigned work.
Basic mathematical concepts.
Occupational hazards and applicable safety principles and practices.
Uses and properties of supplies and equipment.
Applicable federal, state and local laws, codes, regulations (based on assignment).
Customer service principles.
Specialized equipment relevant to area of assignment.
Modern office technology.
Following directions and meeting standards.
Providing attention to detail in assignments.
Performing routine inspections to ensure safe operating conditions.
Proofreading and error correction.
Monitoring and maintaining required supplies, materials and inventory.
Performing basic math calculations.
Comprehending reference books and manuals.
Operating assigned tools and equipment.
Interpreting and applying applicable laws, codes, regulations and standards (based on assignment).
Providing customer service.
Utilizing a computer and relevant software applications.
Utilizing communication and interpersonal skills as applied to interaction with coworkers, supervisors, the general public and others to sufficiently exchange or convey information and to receive work direction.
ADA and Other Requirements
Positions in this class typically require: stooping, kneeling, crouching, reaching, standing, walking, lifting, fingering, grasping, feeling, talking, hearing, seeing and repetitive motions.
Heavy Work:Exerting up to 100 pounds of force occasionally, and/or up to 50 pounds of force frequently and/or up to 20 pounds of force constantly to move objects.
Work is performed in both the field and in an indoor office environment with moderate exposure to atmospheric conditions (such as fumes, odors, dusts, gases, poor ventilation, etc.); moderate exposure to environmental conditions (such as disruptive people, imminent danger, or a threatening environment); and frequent exposure to intense noise.
This job classification description is intended to be generic in nature. It is not necessarily an exhaustive list of all duties and responsibilities. The essential duties, functions and responsibilities and Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) designation may vary based on the specific tasks assigned to the position.
Substitute Groundskeeper, Heavy Equipment Operator (Short-Term/Temporary Position)
Job Description: Summary
Under general supervision of the Director Grounds, Operations, and Maintenance, perform a wide variety of grounds maintenance work entailing landscape maintenance and paving maintenance; operation, maintenance, and repair of a wide variety of groundskeeping equipment; pick up and dispose of exterior refuse; and perform other related duties as required.
The Groundskeeper class is distinguished from other classes in that incumbents are expected to perform all aspects of groundskeeping, including maintenance and repair of groundskeeping equipment, and application of pesticides and herbicides.
Essential Functions & Qualifications
- Care for and maintain assigned acreage including irrigation, mowing, weeding, edging, and fertilization of lawns;
- Check for damaged or broken water lines;
- Check for landscaping problems such as insects and diseases;
- Check for safety hazards; report, remove, and/or repair as required;
- Pick up and dispose of litter and trash; clean parking lot;
- Raise/lower flags;
- Perform specific horticultural needs such as pruning and special watering;
- Maintain inventory of supplies;
- Train and oversee the work of student workers;
- Assess daily nutritional and insect control needs of assigned area;
- Lay out, install, operate, maintain, and repair irrigation systems;
- Operate lawn mowers, lawn sweepers, streetsweepers, air broom, backpack blower, lawn vacuums, turf sprayers, jackhammers, rollers, dump truck, tractor, pickup truck, refuse truck, and other equipment; maintain and make minor repairs on equipment;
- Apply pesticides, herbicides, and other toxic chemicals to control weeds/pests;
- Perform heavy physical labor;
- Maintain accurate records, including daily task records;
- Demonstrate a sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, and ethnic backgrounds of staff and students, and of staff and students with physical and learning disabilities;
- Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with students, faculty, administrators, and the general public;
- See for the purpose of reading laws and codes, rules and policies, and other printed matter;
- Hear and understand speech at normal levels;
- Understand and carry out oral and written directions;
- Speak so that others will be able to understand normal in-person conversation;
- Lift 100 pounds and/or carry 50 pounds;
- Stand for extended periods of time;
- Bend and twist, push and pull, stoop, kneel, crawl;
- Reach in all directions;
- Work at heights;
- Ascend and descend ladder;
- Perform other related duties as required.
Essential functions of particular positions within classifications may vary because job duties may vary by work location.
- Equivalent to graduation from the twelfth grade;
- Training in the use of and application of pesticide and herbicides.
- Three years of full-time general groundskeeping and landscaping experience.
- Tools, equipment, methods, and terminology used in groundskeeping;
- Maintenance and repair of groundskeeping equipment;
- Fertilizers, pesticides, and herbicides, their application and safety precautions;
- Plant diseases, insects, pests, and weeds and appropriate eradication methods;
- Supplies and materials used in grounds maintenance;
- Operation, maintenance, and repair of irrigation systems, including reading of blueprints;
- Material Safety Data Sheets and Hazardous Communication Regulations;
- Correct and safe working practices.
- Possession of an current California Driver's License, required;
- An appropriate pesticide applicator's license, preferred.
Cuesta College will not sponsor any visa applications.
San Luis Obispo County Community College District ("Cuesta College") is an equal opportunity employer committed to nondiscrimination on the basis of race, ethnicity, color, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, gender expression, marital status, medical condition, pregnancy (including pregnancy, childbirth, and medical conditions related to pregnancy or childbirth), age, disability (physical and mental), genetic information, military and veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal and state law in admission and access to, or treatment in employment, educational programs or activities at any of its campuses. Reasonable accommodations will be provided for applicants with disabilities who self-disclose. Cuesta College also prohibits harassment on any of these bases, including sexual harassment, as well as sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking.
In compliance with California law, all prospective staff and students are entitled to read the Annual Security Report, published each October by the Cuesta College Department of Public Safety. This report contains information about our emergency and crime reporting procedures, as well as crime statistics for the past 3 years. You may request a copy of this report at one of our two Public Safety Offices: on SLO campus at Building 6600A or on North County Campus at building N1021, during campus business hours. You may also access the complete text of this report at the following website address: https://www.cuesta.edu/about/depts/publicsafety/clery_act
Interview Process Information
Selected candidates will be contacted for an interview.
Equipment Operator Yard Leadman (5528)
Founded in 1915, we started with a single recycling location and have grown into a global enterprise, and one of the largest metal recyclers and steel manufacturers in the United States. Our vertical integration model was the first of its kind and revolutionized the way the steel industry operates today.
We are also a Fortune 1000, global company that is committed to delivering industry-leading customer service, providing a safe and healthy environment where our employees can succeed, creating value for our investors and improving our communities.
We are sensitive to the impact our industry has on the environment, which is why we are committed to a process that minimizes our carbon footprint and preserves our natural resources for future generations. Our recycling facilities collect metals from the community and convert them into steel that supports our infrastructure.
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Equipment Operator Yard Leadman (5528)
Location: Dallas, TX (0178) Relocation Assistance: No
Commercial Metals Company is currently seeking a leadman to support the non-ferrous department in CMC Recycling Liberty in Dallas, Texas. As part of the CMC team, the non-ferrous leadman will assist in supervision and training of all non-ferrous employees.
The leadman will ensure the team meets safety, quality, production, customer, and housekeeping standards. This is an hourly position with a Monday-Friday 7:30AM – 5:00PM work schedule. Saturday's and overtime can be expected to accommodate business needs.
CMC offers training and development opportunities for employees to acquire and enhance new skills and knowledge. Advancement opportunities are also available for those who have the desire for professional growth. CMC's competitive compensation package includes: medical, dental, vision, company paid life and disability, company matching 401(k) plan, employee stock purchase plan,and paid vacation.
Essential Functions and Responsibilities
Comply with safety procedures and regulations at all times
Supervise and train of non-ferrous metal sorters while assisting with supervision of equipment and operator's activities throughout the work day in the department assigned
Preparation of production reports required by all management
Communicate with co-workers, supervisors, and other personnel about production issues
Troubleshoot production problems a
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