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Summer Maintenance Worker (LTE I or LTE II) - Parks Department
Location:Parks Department
FT/PT:Casual - up to 1,200 hrs/year
Deadline to apply:04/03/2023
Hiring Range:$14 to $18 / hr
  
Job Responsibilities:
Locations:
North Park & Campground
South Park & Campground
Dexter Park & Campground
Powers Bluff Park
Nepco Lake Park

2023 Wages - (LTE I & LTE II - $14-$18/hr., based on experience, with .50 cent increase per year for returning employees)

LTE I - GENERAL FUNCTION
Performs a variety of tasks in maintaining and cleaning of County Park and Forestry areas and facilities.

A. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
1. Clean, disinfect, and deodorize restrooms, shops, shelters and other park facilities on a daily basis.
2. Collect and dispose of park refuse, daily, or as assigned.
3. Winter Operations:  shovel snow, de-ice walkways, hook up tubers to towlines.
4. Responsible to know and practice the Safety policies of the County. Perform all job tasks in a safe and prescribed manner as trained in County Park and Forestry areas and facilities.

B. OTHER DUTIES
1. Repair park signs and tables, as needed.  (Painting, sanding, new bolts, etc.)
2. Transport materials, supplies, or workers to and from assigned County Park and Forestry areas and facilities. Will not operate equipment requiring a Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) license.
3. Does related work as required and assigned.
4. Any other duties as may be assigned.

LTE II - GENERAL FUNCTION
Performs a variety of tasks in operating, maintaining, repairing, and light construction in County Park and Forestry areas and facilities.

A. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
1. Transport, operate, and maintain various park equipment, such as mowers, loader tractors, light duty trucks and various other specialized equipment (i.e., stump cutter, tree spade, brush chipper and cutters, chainsaw), used in the general maintenance of County Park and Forestry areas and facilities.
2. Perform routine general operations and maintenance functions of County Park and Forestry areas and facilities, recreational areas and campgrounds including, but not limited to, special projects, cleaning restrooms, refuse pickup, painting and repairing park structures and facilities used by the public.
3. Assist in planting, maintenance and care of trees, shrubs, grass and landscape work, as needed.
4. Responsible to know and practice the Safety policies of the County. Perform all job tasks in a safe and prescribed manner as trained in County Park and Forestry areas and facilities

B.  OTHER DUTIES
1. Assist in forestry, park and campground operations, as assigned.
2. Maintain and repair park roads as needed.
3. Transport materials, supplies or workers to and from assigned County Park and Forestry areas and   facilities. Will not operate equipment requiring a Commercial Driver’s License (CDL).
4. Other duties as may be assigned.
 

 

Job Qualifications:
LTE I - EXPERIENCE, TRAINING, QUALIFICATIONS
High school diploma or equivalent, or in the process of obtaining a high school diploma or equivalent is required. Must be 17 years old. Possession of a valid Wisconsin Driver’s License is required. Basic, everyday living skills are needed, as is the ability to understand and follow verbal or written instructions.  Reading, writing, adding, and subtracting is necessary to use a calculator and to understand manuals and safety precautions necessary in performing maintenance and repair work. Basic knowledge in the use and care of tools and equipment for general maintenance and light construction work.

Basic equipment used:  hand tools (hammers, wrenches, screwdrivers, etc.), shovels, brooms and light duty truck. Certification in basic first aid desired, but will provide training as necessary.
 
LTE II - EXPERIENCE, TRAINING, QUALIFICATIONS
High school education or its equivalent is required. Must be 18 years old. At least one year of related work experience preferred. Possession of a valid Wisconsin Driver’s License is required. Basic knowledge of building maintenance and landscaping procedures preferred. Candidates must possess basic everyday living skills; the ability to understand and follow oral and written directions (work assignments, safety rules); the ability to read and write (reading labels on cleaning supplies, estimates for work projects, mixing fuels), add and subtract (using a calculator). Certifications in basic First Aid and Adult Cardio-pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR), forklift and chainsaw training is desired, but will provide training as necessary.
Ability to use the following:  calculator, telephone, two-way radio, power and hand tools. Ability to drive trucks and boats, material handling equipment, mower, snowplow and tractor/loader equipment.

Note:  The Seasonal Maintenance Workers are seasonal positions, with a maximum total of 1,039 hours.