|Posting Number: ||16-85|
|Job Title: ||Road Worker I (7 Positions)|
|Closing date: ||09/30/2016|
|Closing time: ||04:00 PM|
|Job Class: ||Non-Exempt|
|Job Hours: ||Full Time|
Performs unskilled or semi-skilled manual tasks, often requiring heavy labor, to contribute to the construction, repair, and maintenance of roads, bridges, and other public works. Working under close supervision and detailed verbal instruction from employees of higher classification, this position performs a variety of manual labor to assist in the construction, repair, and maintenance of roads, bridges, sewers, culverts, and other physical facilities developed, operated and maintained by the Department of Public Works. Individuals in this position are assigned to tasks requiring physical strength and stamina, sometimes under difficult or uncomfortable working conditions. Work is usually performed according to well-known procedures and methods using common hand tools and/or non-hazardous working materials such as sand, gravel, concrete, and oil. Under direct supervision or explicit instruction, a Road Worker I may operate light vehicles and machinery.
Requires basic mechanical ability to operate simple machines as well as knowledge and skill in using simple hand tools. Working knowledge of sound safety practices for tools, machinery, materials, and methods used in line of work. Must be able to follow written and oral instructions.
High School diploma or equivalent and six (6) months to a one (1) year of experience and/or training in the methods and basic tools used in the trades of road and bridge maintenance, repair and construction, or equivalent combination of education and experience. Must have basic knowledge of sound safety practices and procedures.
Possession of or ability to obtain a valid Oregon Driver License and a Class A Commercial Driver License; safe driving record. Possession of or ability to obtain certification for First-Aid/CPR, “First Responder-Awareness” training and Traffic Control. This position is subject to the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) rules and regulations including random drug and alcohol testing. As a condition of continued employment, incumbents are required to comply with DOT drug and alcohol program testing requirements and all associated County policies.
For more info/application go to www.co.josephine.or.us or Josephine County Human Resources, 500 NW 6th Street Dept 11, Grants Pass, OR 97526. A County application (ALL pages) is required; we don’t accept resumes only. EOE
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