Maintenance Worker (Santa Rosa)

City of Santa Rosa

compensation: $50,232.00 - $59,571.20 Annually
employment type: full-time
job title: Maintenance Worker

The City of Santa Rosa announces an exciting opportunity to serve City residents and make a difference in the community as a Maintenance Worker in the Parking Division of the Finance Department.

The City of Santa Rosa is committed to building a workforce reflective of our community and establishing a lasting culture of equity and belonging within our organization. Our collective talents and expertise contribute to high-quality public services that support a vibrant, resilient, inclusive City for our community and visitors. We celebrate a diverse workforce and welcome all qualified candidates to apply.

To apply: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/srcity/jobs/4457658/maintenance-worker

In addition to offering a challenging, rewarding work environment and excellent salary, the City of Santa Rosa provides a generous suite of benefits, including retirement through CalPERS, a competitive leave accrual package, your choice of health plan, and top of the line employer paid (FREE) vision and dental coverage. More information regarding benefits associated with this position can be found on our Miscellaneous Employee Benefits Page.

Additional benefits include:
11 paid holidays annually, plus 1 to 3 'floating holidays' per year depending on hire date and years of service.
$500 annually for wellness
This is the entry level position in the maintenance series. Maintenance Workers perform physical labor in construction, maintenance and landscaping assignments. Work is closely supervised and performed according to established procedures or specific oral or written instruction.

This is a "flexibly staffed" job classification. After experience and training, Maintenance Workers who have met specific criteria established for the division and department where the employee is working will promote to the journey level of Skilled Maintenance Worker, which performs work assignments of greater complexity with more independence and has a pay range of $28.25 - $33.64 per hour.

Experience in building maintenance, landscaping and irrigation, electrical work, or mechanical work
Experience troubleshooting and maintaining small electronics and video surveillance equipment
Experience using a variety of hand, electric, and pneumatic powered tools
The ability to follow written and oral directions
The ability to work independently or compatibly with a crew and the general public

Please complete a thoughtful, thorough Supplemental Questionnaire submission. As part of the selection process, your responses to these questions will be scored using criteria specific to this position. Incomplete responses, or responses such as "See Resume" can result in disqualification from the selection process.

Additional requirements, such as successful completion of a physical exam, drug screen, satisfactory driving history, etc., may apply, depending on the duties and responsibilities of the position. If you receive a conditional job offer for the position, the requirements upon which the offer is contingent will be outlined in the conditional job letter.

The selection process will include a minimum qualifications assessment and may also include an application and supplemental questionnaire review, followed by department selection interviews.

Examples of Duties and Responsibilities
Finance Department's Parking Division:
Maintenance Workers in the Parking Division of the Finance Department assist in the maintenance of parking meters and the operation, maintenance, and repair of automated parking access control equipment; collect, bag, weigh and tag parking meter revenue; perform minor building maintenance and custodial duties in parking garages, on curbs, sidewalks, and drains; maintain outdoor landscaped areas and simple irrigation systems; and assist in building and repairing a variety of City facilities, structures, and equipment.

Examples of Duties:
Collect, bag and weigh parking meter revenue for processing and prepare summary of revenue collected by location.
perform general interior and exterior building cleaning and custodial duties including graffiti and biohazard removal.
perform general interior and exterior building and garage maintenance and repair.
assist in building and painting a variety of City facilities and structures, curbs, direction arrows, lane markings and disabled parking spaces.
assist in the maintenance of parking meters by cleaning, adjusting, and repairing them and installing and moving parking meters and poles.
assist in the operation, maintenance, stocking and repair of automated parking access control equipment.
clean and maintain parking garages, curbs, sidewalks and drains using high pressure equipment.
maintain outdoor landscaped areas and simple irrigation systems including clean ditches, dig trenches and post holes.
maintain generators by checking oil, water, fuel and cleaning batteries.
measure, mark off and paint parking space markings in facilities and on streets.
eradicate traffic flow markings and install new markings with line striper.
install and, wheel stops, raised pavement markers, bollards and reflectors.

Required Qualifications
Knowledge of: Uses and purposes of a wide variety of general construction tools and equipment; basic arithmetic, including addition, subtraction, multiplication and division; safe work practices, including safety precautions for operating power equipment, working in traffic and under hazardous conditions.

Ability to: Perform heavy manual labor under adverse conditions; learn to use standard manual, power, pneumatic, hydraulic and custodial equipment; learn to maintain electronic parking access control equipment; maintain simple irrigation systems; perform general building maintenance and repairs requiring the ability to climb ladders and reach for objects; repeatedly dig and lift shovels of earth or debris weighing at least 35 pounds; work with various fluids and chemicals using normal protective wear; set up and remove barricades, traffic cones or similar objects; learn job-related material through oral instruction, observation and reading; understand and carry out oral and written directions in order to accomplish assigned tasks in a timely manner; take basic measurements of boards or spaces; fill out work orders, daily logs of work performed and perform physical inventories; learn to use computer technology as necessary to complete job tasks, e.g., complete online timecard, send/read email, complete online training; maintain good working relationships with co-workers and volunteers; communicate with the public in a tactful and effective manner; work various work schedules including weekend shifts and possibly called out for emergency work at night, on weekends or holidays.

Experience and Education: Any combination equivalent to experience and education that could provide the required knowledge and abilities would be qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be:
Experience - Six months of experience in heavy manual work.

Education - Equivalent to completion of the twelfth grade.

License or Certificate: Possession of, or ability to obtain, a Class C California motor vehicle operator's license. Thirty-six months of recent satisfactory driving history is required and job offers will be contingent upon meeting the City of Santa Rosa Driving History Standard, viewable by clicking HERE.

Additional Information
Selection Process:
Applicants possessing the MOST DESIRABLE qualifications based on a screening of the application materials and supplemental questionnaire will be invited to continue in a selection process that may consist solely of an application screening, or may include an oral appraisal interview, assessment center, or another activity selected by the Human Resources Department.

Working Conditions:
Work is generally performed outdoors, in all weather conditions, walking over flat, uneven or rocky surfaces for extended periods of time with exposure to heavy traffic, noise, dust, fumes, vibrations, airborne particles, noxious odors, grease, oil, cleaning chemicals, solvents spills using normal protective equipment. Assignments may include work in cramped areas such as manholes and trenches and sitting for short periods of time.

Incumbents must have the strength, flexibility, and coordination to perform the following repetitive movements: hand-arm, bending, stooping, squatting, climbing, lifting, reaching and shoveling of various contents. Lifting and reaching can be above shoulder level and/or overhead. Repairing small objects requires making skillful, controlled manipulations, precise arm-hand movements, static arm-hand positions and fine, highly controlled manipulations. A computer keyboard is used to enter and retrieve data.

Incumbents must have the hand and foot coordination to operate vehicles and machinery with automatic or manual transmission requiring coordinating the movement of more than one limb simultaneously. Operation of heavy equipment will require making fine, highly controlled muscular movements to adjust the position of a control mechanism.

Incumbents are required to move objects weighing up to 95 pounds for distances of up to 20 feet and objects weighing up to 50 pounds for more than 20 feet.

A Maintenance Worker must have auditory ability to hear alarms and other warning devices and visual acuity to see hazards, read written material and discriminate among and match colors.

Verbal communication is generally conducted face to face, although may also be conducted on the telephone and in a group setting.

Santa Rosa – A Wonderful City to Call Home
The City of Santa Rosa is located just 55 miles north of San Francisco and 30 miles east of the Pacific Ocean with a population of approximately 180,000. Santa Rosa is the seat of Sonoma County and the center of trade, government, commerce, and medical facilities for the North Bay. The surrounding area is home to over a hundred wineries and vineyards and many beautiful parks and recreational facilities, including golf courses. Santa Rosa is in the center of a nationally recognized cycling area. We boast many attractions associated with large cities, including a symphony, performing arts center, theater productions and internationally recognized restaurants, yet still retain the warmth and small town feel of decades past. Santa Rosa has been named one of the 50 greenest cities in the United States with one of the top five mid-sized downtowns in California.

The City of Santa Rosa is proud to be an equal opportunity workplace.

The City does not discriminate on the basis of disability in employment. Requests for reasonable accommodations needed to participate in the recruitment process may be made by submitting a Request for Reasonable Accommodation Form within five (5) business days of being noticed that an event requiring accommodation is occurring.
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