Maintenance Crew Lead

Company Name:
Adams County Government
To perform a variety of skilled maintenance and repair duties in support of assigned County Department, Division or program; and to provide support to assigned supervisory staff. Generally, work will be performed in the Public Rights of Way (ROW), for the purpose of maintaining and repairing County owned or maintained infrastructure.
This class differentiates from the maintenance worker I, II and III by the performance of the skilled tasks and duties assigned to positions within the series and by the level of supervision required in the performance of assigned duties. Since this class is used as an advanced level class, employees must have directly related work experience and progressive responsibility in performing right of way (ROW) maintenance.
Internal applicants must successfully complete the requirements set forth in their employee development plan provided by his/her supervisor to be considered for this position.
Examples of Important and Essential Duties:
1. Proficiently perform a full range of skilled maintenance duties involved in the maintenance, installation and repair of structures, roads/highways, drainage systems, traffic signs, pavement markings, traffic lights, grounds, trails and/or related systems including light equipment and commercial vehicle operation; and other duties as assigned.
2. Proficiently operate light and heavy construction and maintenance equipment including sweepers, loaders, backhoes, graders, dual-axle tilt trailers, tandem axle dump trucks and bobtail trucks, in support of a variety of maintenance and construction operations involving streets, highways, storm water drainage, parks and related systems. Operate various hand and power tools and shop equipment; provide general manual labor to assist with operations as assigned.
3. Perform daily pre-check and post-check inspection of equipment to ensure safe operation; perform preventive maintenance on heavy and light equipment as required.
4. Proficiently operate various sized screener, shakers, and grinders for recycling and processing waste materials and products; separate waste materials from usable materials.
5. Facilitate operation and other procedures involved in cleaning, maintaining, repairing, and rehabilitating County thoroughfares, drainage structures, curbs, gutters, parking lots, parks, trails, and related systems; operate various sweepers to remove materials on right-of-way.
6. Proficiently fabricate, install and maintain traffic signs and barricades. Paint and maintain crosswalks and other permanent traffic markings.
7. Proficiently maintain, repair and install guardrail.
8. Proficiently remove traffic obstructions, such as private signs, trim trees, shrubs, edge of road mowing to ensure adequate sight distance required for safe traffic movement.
9. Respond to public inquiries in a courteous manner; provide information within the area of assignment.
10. On-call for emergency/disaster situations including winter snow operations.
11. Proficiently plow sand and remove snow and ice from streets, curbs, gutters, and parking areas utilizing specialized equipment; remove foreign materials from roadways, ditches, culverts and creek beds.
12. Ensure that all work is performed according to applicable safety regulations, rules, policies, plans and specifications; ensure public safety as it pertains to the construction and rehabilitation of County properties; erect and maintain temporary traffic controls, barricades and warning signs properly at assigned job sites as needed.
13. Participate in the activities and services of other County Departments and Divisions.
Experience: Five (5) years experience of increasing responsibility in civil construction work and maintenance in the Public sector. Preferred: Snow removal experience, heavy equipment operation certifications and work zone safety set up certifications. Supervisory experience.
Education and Training: High school diploma or GED equivalent required.
License or Certificate: Employee must have a valid Class A Commercial Driver License (CDL) with air brake, tanker and Hazmat endorsements and provide a current copy (30 day) MVR at the time of interview.
Certification from the International Municipal Signal Association in the areas of Work Zone Safety and Signs and Markings Level II. Preferred: Signs and Markings Level III Certification from the International Municipal Signal Association.
Preferred: DOT Recognized Flagger Certification
Traffic Control Technician (TCT) certification within one year from the date of hire.
Become a certified Traffic Control Supervisor (TCS) within twenty four (24) months of date of hire or promotion.
Will be required to complete the LTAP Road Scholar program. Preferred: LTAP Road Scholar.
Background Check: Must pass a criminal (CBI) background check.
Other: Must be available to be on call 24/7, including holidays and in emergencies.
Internal applicants must have an accident free record (Occupational and MVR) history with the County for a minimum of twelve months at the time application.
Special Requirements:
Ability to lift 50 pounds regularly, up to 100 pounds occasionally.
Adams County is required by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations to conduct pre-employment and ongoing random drug screens, background checks and motor vehicle record checks. Successful candidates must pass all of the above, including a DOT physical and a criminal background check.
Job Title: Maintenance Crew Lead
Closing Date/Time: Fri. 12/05/14 11:59 PM Mountain Time
Salary: $3,984.00 Monthly $47,808.00 Annually
Job Type: Regular Full-Time
Location: Commerce City, Colorado

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