Maintenance Lead Hiring Rate: $21.07/Hourly
Special Note: Incumbent works outdoors and is exposed to extreme temperatures. This position will require non-standard or rotating shift work to include days, nights, weekends, holidays and call back. Primary assignment will be in Street Maintenance.
Special Requirement: Possession of, or the ability to obtain, a valid Arizona Commercial Driver License Class A with a Tanker Endorsement within six (6) months of employment. $1.00/hr stipend upon obtaining Arizona Commercial Driver License Class A with a Tanker Endorsement.
The ideal candidate will have experience in performing the lead functions and journey level maintenance activities for Street Repairs, Drainage/Wash Maintenance, and Maintenance Activities, with an emphasis on flexibility. A wide range of experience over the various areas in maintenance is desired.
The city reserves the right to consider only the most highly qualified applicants. The succeeding examination processes may be required: training and experience, testing, panel interview, employment eligibility verification (EEV) requirements, personnel evaluation profile (PEP), polygraph test, background investigation and alcohol/drug screening test. Lake Havasu City complies with the Drug Free Workplace Act of 1988 and Department of Transportation Drug Testing Program. Drug and alcohol testing is conducted under the authority of City policy and the Omnibus Transportation Employee Testing Act of 1991. Appointment subject to successful background investigation and City paid post-employment medical examination after offer of employment has been made.
Incumbent is responsible for performing lead functions for a work crew on an on-going basis. Duties may include: providing direction on how to perform tasks; obtaining materials, parts and/or equipment needed to perform work; assigning and/or performing work projects; establishing deadlines; making as-builts for projects; writing work orders; picking up supplies; and, training employees.
Education & Experience/Licensing & Training
Education & Experience:
High School Diploma or General Education Development (G.E.D.) and five (5) years of experience performing work at the skilled or journey level in airport maintenance and operation, street, park maintenance, or utilities; or, an equivalent combination of education and experience sufficient to successfully perform the essential duties of the job such as those listed below.
Licensing & Training:
Valid Arizona Driver's License of appropriate class.
National Incident Management System (NIMS) training, based on assignment.
Positions may require one (1) or more of the following certifications, based on assignment:
Valid Arizona Driver's License with Commercial and/or Hazardous Materials Endorsement.
Confined Space/Trenching and Shoring Certification.
Arizona Structural Pest Control Certified Applicator's License.
Automotive Service Excellence Certification by the National Institute of Automotive Excellence.
Hazardous Materials Certification.
Essential Duties/Knowledge & Skills
These duties are a representative sample; position assignments may vary. The job description does not constitute an employment agreement between the employee and the City and is subject to change as needs and job requirements change.
Performs lead-worker activities with personnel which includes: overseeing projects; training employees on proper methods and procedures; scheduling, assigning and/or performing and monitoring work; coordinating work with other departments and/or contractors; conducting safety meetings; and inspecting projects in area of assignment.
Oversees and participates in the repair of streets, parking lots, and curb gutters by sealing, patching, filling cracks, and painting; setting forms and pouring concrete for sidewalks, curbs, driveways, washes, and handicap ramps; installing and replacing traffic signs; laying-out permanent markings; grading areas to specification; and, performing traffic control.
Coordinates and participates in operating and performing maintenance on various light to heavy equipment involved in the maintenance and upkeep of streets, such as: street/airport sweepers, scissor lifts, sand trucks, path trucks, water trucks, haul trucks, lawn mowers, service trucks, backhoes, cranes, graders, front-end loaders, tractors and attachments, dump trucks, vactors, jet rodders, service vehicles, and water/wastewater taping machines.
Coordinates the repair and maintenance of fleet vehicles by development of work orders, scheduling and monitoring work, service schedules, researching and ordering parts, and tracking expenditures.
Performs daily inspections of all airport safety, security, and operational areas and equipment including, but not limited to: runway and taxiways, airfield lighting, parking aprons, hangars, terminal building, fuel storage areas and perimeter fences and gates for compliance with Local, State, and Federal rules and regulations.
Performs routine maintenance/light repairs.
Coordinates and performs standard construction activities to include: making as-builts for projects; performing plumbing repairs, drywall repairs, painting, welding, fabrication, replacing lighting fixtures, carpentry work, and roofing activities.
Coordinates and performs a wide variety of construction, maintenance, and repair work for airport buildings, hangars, pavement, airfield lighting, security lighting and fencing, aviation fuel storage and dispensing.
Collects and verifies information for the public, contractors, engineers, developers, and vendors; assists the general public; responds to routine questions, complaints, or requests for service; initiates a resolution; and, notifies required parties of work activities.
Performs duties to monitor and enforce security regulations, fire, and life safety codes and vehicle operation and parking rules.
Completes work orders, orders supplies and other materials; picks-up supplies and materials.
Completes and maintains required records and reports which may include: updating project files, coding and tracking expenditures; maintenance and repair logs; vehicle inspection forms; daily work logs; FAA inspection records; other documentation; and, informing supervisor of daily departmental activities.
Performs general cleaning and maintenance tasks necessary to keep vehicles, equipment, and tools in operable condition, which may include: inspecting equipment, checking fluid levels, replacing fluids, greasing equipment, replacing parts, washing/cleaning equipment, or cleaning shop/work areas; monitors equipment operations to maintain efficiency and safety.
Provides aircraft towing and emergency removal or coordinates activities.
Operates and maintains motor vehicles or other work related equipment requiring a valid Arizona Driver License.
Maintains regular attendance.
Performs other duties of a similar nature or level.
Methods, materials, and equipment used in construction, street maintenance, and vehicle maintenance.
Diagnostic computers and vehicle equipment repairs.
Basic construction methods; including, but not limited to: electrical systems, pipefitting, welding and fabrication, and masonry.
City codes and ordinances, traffic laws, blue stake laws, and water system regulations.
Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) rules and regulations governing general aviation airport maintenance and operation.
Hazards and safety precautions associated with aircraft operations, high voltage airfield lighting systems, aviation fuel systems, on-airfield FAA navigation aids and heavy equipment.
Sampling and collection procedures.
Training, scheduling, and assigning work.
Coordinating and organizing projects.
Maintaining and repairing equipment.
Using hand and power tools.
Using testing equipment.
Reading and interpreting blueprints.
Performing mathematical calculations.
Performing construction related activities.
Operating various equipment related to area of assignment.
Performing traffic control.
Communication and interpersonal skills as applied to interaction with coworkers, supervisor, the general public, etc sufficient to exchange or convey information and to receive work direction.
Positions in this class typically require: climbing, balancing, stooping, kneeling, crouching, crawling, reaching, standing, walking, pushing, pulling, lifting, fingering, grasping, feeling, talking, hearing, seeing, and repetitive motions.
Incumbent may be subject to moving mechanical parts, electrical currents, vibrations, fumes, odors, dusts, gases, poor ventilation, chemicals, oils, extreme temperatures, inadequate lighting, workspace restrictions, intense noise, and travel.
Heavy Work: Exerting 50 to 100 pounds of force occasionally, and/or 25 to 50 pounds of force frequently, and/or ten (10) to 20 pounds of force constantly to move objects.
Hearing ability: sufficient to communicate effectively with others in person, by telephone and over radio equipment.
Speaking ability: sufficient to communicate effectively with others in person, by telephone and over radio equipment.
Visual ability: sufficient to operate equipment and vehicles by both day and night; observe unsafe road conditions; read and write reports, correspondence, instructions, etc.
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