City of Lakewood Street Maintenance Worker - Stormwater Night Shift in City of Lakewood, Colorado
Street Maintenance Worker - Stormwater Night Shift
Street Maintenance Worker - Stormwater Night Shift
$33,446.40 - $42,182.40 Annually
City of Lakewood, CO
Department of Public Works
G0105 SW - April 2021
4/21/2021 5:00 PM Mountain
Typical hiring rate is $17.32 depending on qualifications.
Successful applicants may be placed on an eligibility list.
Hours of work: Night shift - 5 p.m. - 3:30 a.m. Mon-Thurs.
Hours of work when working snow shifts will be 3:00 p.m. - 3 a.m. to include weekends and holidays when necessary.
Employee operates dump trucks and labors in the daily operation of maintenance crews in the Maintenance Division of Public Works.
This position is part of the Stormwater Division. This position is responsible for drainage way maintenance, culvert installation, storm grate maintenance, street sweeping, and snow and ice control. This position may be called upon to assist with asphalt patching and repair.
Major Tasks, Duties, and Responsibilities
Labors and drives dump trucks and snowplows, as well as other equipment for asphalt repair work, digging ditches, cleaning gulches, cleaning inlets, laying pipes, repairing pipes, grading roads etc.
Assists in repairing water and sewer breaks.
Performs other maintenance duties as needed, including laboring on various crews, cleaning equipment, yard work and office functions.
Plows and sands City streets during winter months.
Adjusts, inspects, cleans and performs minor maintenance on vehicular and non-vehicular equipment.
Cleans and maintains tools; cleans work and shop area.
Performs physically arduous work outdoors.
Logs daily work activities and inspection records of City facilities.
Follows prescribed safety measures.
Performs all other tasks as assigned.
Must be able to interact with others in a positive manner.
Requires regular and prompt attendance.
Ability to pass a pre-employment physical and drug test and random drug and alcohol tests throughout employment.
IMPORTANT JOB FUNCTIONS
Interacts with citizens and others in a positive manner.
Receives general supervision from the Maintenance Crew Leader and Maintenance Leadperson.
High school diploma or equivalent.
Valid CDL Class B license with air brake endorsement, tank endorsment and flagger certification.(Or ability to obtain in 6 months noting that City will provide this training.)
Good driving record is required.
Experience in public works maintenance operations or construction.
Completion of vocational or college-level courses.
Other Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
Demonstrated knowledge and skill to perform as a laborer on the following operations:
pothole patching; major street patching/paving; sweeper operation and support; snow and ice control; drainage operations
Ability to work effectively as a team member
Ability and willingness to perform any and all tasks required to complete work projects, including general laboring
Ability to communicate effectively with other employees and supervisors
Ability to work and be productive without constant supervision
Ability to serve as positive role model to other employees
Ability to maintain a businesslike attitude, placing priority on providing services to Lakewood citizens
Ability to work snowshifts and other emergency situations
Ability to work safely, and set up safe work zones
Skills in the operation of the following hand tools:
Rakes, shovels, picks and various power tools.
KSA's and Physical/Mental Reqs
Must be at least 18 years of age.
Criminal background check is required.
Post-offer physical exam is required.
Lifting and Carrying:
Required positions may include awkward postures as well as standing, walking, sitting, bending, kneeling, pinching, gripping, crouching, reaching, climbing, balancing, crawling, and twisting. Will stand and move about on both even and uneven terrain.
Must use high force to manipulate equipment and valves.
Motions can be repetitive, e.g., when raking and/or shoveling.
Sitting to operate equipment and drive between jobs.
Carrying, Maneuvering, Pushing, Pulling:
Will constantly manipulate (push, pull, twist) a variety of tools.
Must be able to hear and respond to in person communication. Must also hear radio transmissions, pagers, back-up alarms and telephones.
Uses vision for reading and depth perception, for excavating tasks, awareness of equipment in surroundings, driving, surveying and performing traffic control.
May manipulate (push, pull or carry) items weighing in excess of 100 pounds with assistance as described below. Must be able to carry items distances of plus/minus 25 feet. Items to be manipulated include raking and shoveling asphalt, electric tools, rocks/drainage maintenance, pull swing gate, jack hammer (70 and 90 pound weight) and manhole covers. The following are examples of items to be manipulated weighing in excess of 100 pounds where manipulation should only be performed using mechanical or second person lift assistance: jumping jack compactor, boulders, sander plates, full roll petromat, concrete pipe and inlet grates. Must lift items from levels that include: floor level or from below the knee; knee through chest level and above the shoulder level that may weigh in excess of 100 pounds. Items to be lifted may include, but are not limited to, rocks, oil bags, manhole rings, metal and plastic pipe, concrete bags, animal carcasses etc. Items in excess of 100 pounds will be lifted from all levels using mechanical or second person lift assistance. Items to be lifted above shoulder level weighing in excess of 50 pounds, require mechanical or second person assistance.
Mathematics: Must have basic addition, subtraction, multiplication, algebra and formula-solving skills.
Language Ability: Good written and verbal communication skills.
Remembering: Must remember repair techniques, CDL inspection requirements, equipment operation, snow routes, street directions and instructions given.
Reasoning: Must make safety related decisions when operating equipment, performing job tasks, setting up traffic control and plowing and sanding streets.
Uses a variety of tools and equipment.
Work is performed out of doors often in extreme weather conditions.
Physical conditions may be uncomfortable or unpleasant and include exposure to weather extremes, noxious fumes, gases, loud noises, severe vibrations, smog, hot tar and asphalt, dust, chemical agents, and proximity to moving vehicles as well as working in traffic.
Most work is performed out of doors, under all weather conditions, in and around the City's Public Works facilities.
Frequent contact with employees in the unit.
Work involves dealing with citizens who may become upset.
Work load may be heavy.
The City of Lakewood is committed to providing a competitive Benefits Package for our employees. Employees may elect to cover themselves and may also cover qualified dependents and civil union partners. Children may be covered through the end of the year in which they turn age 26, regardless of their dependent status, marriage status, or if they have access to insurance through their employer.
Employees and the City of Lakewood share in the cost of health care coverage. Please review the last page of this summary for a breakdown on the cost to employees for the 2021/22 plan year (April 1, 2021 – March 31, 2022).
Following is a brief summary of the benefits the City of Lakewood offers:
Cigna High-Deductible Health Plan with a Health Reimbursement Account (HRA)
Kaiser Permanente High Deductible Health Plan with a Health Reimbursement Account (HRA)
Delta Dental Enhanced PPO
Vision Service Plan (VSP)
Employees are covered for 1.5 times their annual base salary in life insurance and accidental death and dismemberment, up to a maximum of $500,000 (the minimum benefit is $50,000). The City pays the cost of this coverage.
Our pension fund is a social security replacement, money purchase plan. Mandatory employee contribution is 9.8% of gross base salary; City contribution is 11.8% of gross base salary.
Full-time employees earn 8 hours per month.
Part-time employees earn 6 hours per month.
Full-time employees with less than five years of service earn 8 hours per month.
Part-time employees with less than five years of service earn 6 hours per month.
2021 Holidays: New Year’s Day, Martin Luther King Day, Presidents’ Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Veterans Day, Thanksgiving Day, Day after Thanksgiving and Christmas Day.
THE FOLLOWING ARE ADDITIONAL BENEFITS THE CITY OFFERS
FLEXIBLE SPENDING ACCOUNTS (FSA)
VOLUNTARY LIFE INSURANCE
EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (EAP)
SHORT TERM DISABILITY
LONG TERM DISABILITY (LTD)
FAMILY AND MEDICAL LEAVE (FMLA)
Employees are eligible for free general admission into the City’s recreation centers, swimming pools and Bear Creek Lake Park.
VALUE ADDED BENEFITS
Do you have a valid driver's license and a good driving record?
Do you have a CDL? Please select the appropriate answer.
Class "A" License
Class "B" License
I don't have a current CDL, I will be able to obtain one in 6 months through the City's training.
If you are not a Colorado resident are you willing to relocate?
I am a resident of Colorado
Are you able to work 12 hour shifts during emergency conditions (snow removal) on short notice?
Do you have a high school diploma or GED equivalent?
SPECIAL PROCESS NOTE: If you proceed through the interview, criminal background check, and contingent job offer processes for this position you will be given detailed instructions on how to schedule the required post-offer physical examination that will determine your ability to perform the essential physical functions of the position. There will be no charge to you for this exam and you will work directly with the local medical provider to schedule your examination. We strive to make this process as efficient as possible and if you are moved to this phase of the process we appreciate anything you can do to schedule your appointment as soon as you are directed to do so. Thank you in advance.
City of Lakewood (CO)
480 S. Allison Parkway Lakewood, Colorado, 80226