Maintenance Worker I

The City of Grass Valley Fire Department   Grass Valley, CA   Full-time     Maintenance
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Posted on April 3, 2021

Maintenance Worker I

This job description indicates in general the nature and levels of work, skills, abilities and other essential functions (as covered under the Americans with Disabilities Act) expected of the incumbent. It is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties, or responsibilities required of the incumbent. Incumbent may be asked to perform other duties as required. The City of Grass Valley is an Equal Opportunity Employer. 

Position: Maintenance Worker I

FLSA Status: Non-Exempt

Department: Public Works Department

Unit: 2/Classified Full-time Position

Reports To: Public Works Management

Adopted: June 18, 2013

SUMMARY OF JOB PURPOSE: This is the entry level class in the Maintenance Worker series. The assigned duties fit a pattern which has been established and consists of duties in the Streets, Facilities, Parks, Water, and Sewer Divisions. Under general supervision, incumbents in this classification will perform a wide variety of skilled and semi-skilled tasks and are expected to be able to perform heavy manual tasks related to the maintenance of City owned and operated facilities such as Streets, Facilities, Parks, Water, and Sewer.

SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND EXERCISED: Under the authority of the Public Works Director/City Engineer, supervision is provided by Public Works Management staff and/or a Maintenance Worker III.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS (include but are not limited to listed tasks): The following examples are typical illustrations of duties encompassed by the position classification and are not intended as an inclusive or limiting list. The duties of Maintenance Worker I involve a variety of assigned tasks some of which may involve communication with the general public that have registered complaints and concerns. It is necessary that all employees be proficient in principals of sound customer service skills and be able to take information accurately and pass it on to their supervisor for review. The Maintenance Worker I reports hazards to their immediate supervisor, flags traffic through construction zones, and works a set number of hours in the performance of a wide variety of Public Works activities. Employees in this position may be required to work other than regular hours when emergencies or callout situations occur. Employees in this classification may be expected to work regularly with and occasionally indirectly supervise alternate labor resources.