Under the supervision of the Parks Superintendent, the Maintenance Worker is a non-exempt position under FLSA which performs manual labor for the department. This employee performs maintenance for the parks and may assist other divisions of public works. This employee should possess a strong mechanical aptitude, and effective communication and public relation skills.
- Performs maintenance work in the City park system; mowing, trimming, trash collection, tree trimming, debris removal, seeding, fertilizing, landscaping, playground equipment, sidewalks, ditches and roads in and around parks
- Performs maintenance work on buildings and structures
- Performs maintenance at the aquatic center
- Operates and maintains park equipment; trucks, mowers, trimmers, chainsaws, fertilizers, snow plows, backhoe, loader
- Assists in snow removal during inclement weather
- Assists other departments as needed
- Performs on-call duties and overtime as required
- Follows department policies and procedures
- Follows safety procedures and practices
- Performs other duties as deemed necessary or assigned
- On-call and overtime as assigned.
Duties, responsibilities, scheduling, shift assignments and work location, may be added, deleted or changed at any time at the discretion of management, formally or informally, either verbally or in writing.
Pay, Education & Experience:
High school diploma or equivalent is required. Valid driver’s license and Class A CDL or the ability to obtain such within 6 months of employment.
Maintenance Worker I
- $16.42 to $22.15 per hour
- One year of similar or related experience is required
Maintenance Worker II
- $17.56 to $23.71 per hour
- 12 months continuous employment within a City/Municipality as a Maintenance Worker I
- Designated NIMS training
- Aquatic Facility Operator certified
Special Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
A working knowledge of equipment maintenance and repairs, welding, mechanics, plumbing, and mathematics is required. This employee should be able to operate dump trucks, backhoes, loaders, salt and sand spreaders, uniloaders, pumps, motors, power tools, hand tools, and other department equipment. The ability to understand and anticipate problems, to follow department policies, and to interpret written instructions, blueprints, schematics, and manuals is required. This employee should possess a strong mechanical aptitude, and effective public relations, oral and written communication skills.
This position will be open until filled. The City of Spring Hill offers excellent, comprehensive benefits including medical, dental and vision coverage as well as paid leave and KPERS retirement.
Complete our online application and upload your cover letter and resume via our website at www.springhillks.gov
Paper applications printed from https://www.springhillks.gov/DocumentCenter/View/678/Employment-Application?bidId= .
Send completed application, cover letter, and resume to: