Provides lead supervision to crews of lower level utilities maintenance personnel. Plans, organizes, and supervises the work of Utilities Maintenance Workers involved in water and reclaimed water related construction, maintenance and repair. Performs a variety of technical tasks relative to the Division and is responsible for the safety and training of subordinates. May act as the Water Systems Administrator in their absence. The purpose of this recruitment is to fill a current vacancy, as well as establish an eligibility list for future vacancies.
The City of Woodland is looking to fill a Senior Utilities Maintenance Worker position in the Public Works Water Production/Distribution Division. The Ideal Candidate for the current vacancy is someone who has extensive understanding of all aspect of water distribution, including maintenance and repair, has a heightened awareness of public health concerns, and is familiar with the Division of Drinking Water Regulations. This position requires a candidate that has strong leadership, interpersonal, time management, communication (both orally and written), and computer skills. Candidate will need to have the ability to learn quickly and display good judgment, as well as be organized, flexible, approachable, resourceful, and a positive team contributor.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS
Plan, organize, and, supervise the work of Utilities Maintenance Workers in the Water Division of the Public Works Department. Act as a lead worker for large crews of Utilities Maintenance Workers on assigned projects. Schedule operations, maintenance and repair work, order materials and maintain routine records including tracking budgetary items and projects. Provide training, supervision, and evaluation of assigned crew members. Perform the most difficult and technically complex work in the maintenance, repair and operation of water distribution systems. Assist in inspecting the work of private contractors engaged in construction and maintenance activities in the City. Ensure appropriate traffic control during all phases of construction projects. Drive vehicles and equipment as required. Work cooperatively with others, including other City departments and outside agencies as necessary. Assist in preparation and monitoring of the budget, prepares cost estimates for work to be performed; submits justification for equipment. Operate telemetering and flow monitoring equipment. Tracks and reviews Service Requests, customer complaints and employee workload through the City’s CMMS CityWorks Program. Knowledgeable about the operation and maintenance of High Velocity Vacuum Cleaning Units. Regular, predictable, consistent and timely attendance is an essential function of the position, in that employee must be present to work on facilities and equipment impacting the public’s health and safety.
OTHER JOB FUNCTIONS
Respond to public service calls and complaints. Serve in the standby rotation after regular working hours and respond to emergency call-outs. Assist in the evaluation of operations and activities and make recommendations for improvements and modifications. Assist in the preparation of reports, inquiries and projects. Instruct subordinates in proper work techniques of equipment and safety precautions and requirements. Perform related duties as assigned.
Two (2) years of experience performing duties comparable to those of a Utilities Maintenance Worker III/IV in water production and distribution
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