SUMMARY OF ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

 

This position is the first line supervisor overseeing the work of unskilled, semi-skilled and skilled employees performing maintenance, repair and construction activities.  The position is responsible for the safe and efficient operation of assigned their employees.  Performance of manual tasks in assigned work is required.  This position performed under the supervision of the Street Maintenance Supervisor but leeway is granted to exercise independent judgment and initiative. This position must establish and maintain effective working relationships with other employees, contractors, vendors and the Public. The principal duties of this position are performed in an outdoor work environment with potential personal hazards.

 

QUALIFICATIONS:

High School diploma or GED and two (2) years’ experience directing and supervising maintenance activities related to roadways and appurtenant structures, traffic control devices, and snow removal operations.  Applicant must have two years’ experience in street construction or maintenance activities including the use of Traffic Control Zones.  Must possess a Maryland Class B Commercial Driver’s License with Air Brakes endorsement or a comparable driver’s license issued by the employee’s state of residence, and a proven safe driving record. Possession of a current Maryland State Highway Administration (SHA) or American Traffic Safety Services Association (ATSSA) Flagger Certification Card.  Completion of the National Incident Management System (NIMS) command courses required by the City Office of Emergency Management within six (6) months of employment with the City. EOE

 

MUST BE ABLE TO PASS A PRE-EMPLOYMENT PHYSICAL examination, Including a DRUG SCREEN, AND A CRIMINAL BACKGROUND CHECK.

CLOSING DATE:  October 24, 2019 or until filled

 

 

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The Department of Public Works provides refuse and recycling collection, city infrastructure management and maintenance, snow and ice removal, and quick and effective responses to inclement weather damage.

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