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Waterfront Maintenance Worker I/II

Company: City of Santa Barbara, CA
Location: Santa Barbara
Posted on: May 13, 2024

Job Description:

Salary : $51,292.02 - $68,542.24 Annually

Location : Santa Barbara, CA

Job Type: Full-time Classified

Job Number: 2023-112-1566-WF-EU

Department: Waterfront

Division: Waterfront - Facility Maintenance / Harbor

Opening Date: 06/07/2023

Closing Date: Continuous

DESCRIPTION

WATERFRONT MAINTENACE WORKER I/II

Level I: $51,292.02 - $62,344.88 Annually

Level II: $56,390.36 - $68,542.24 Annually

ABOUT US

At the City of Santa Barbara, the best part of our organization is our people. As a City of Santa Barbara employee, you will work in an environment with other motivated individuals who are passionate about their work. We strive to provide employees with the support they need to thrive. Discover more about us, our values and our organizational culture here.

The mission of the Waterfront Department is to act as responsible stewards of an exceptional public resource while ensuring the Waterfront thrives as a place for, recreation, business, and tourism. Read more about the Waterfront Department here.

BENEFITS

THE POSITION

Under supervision, lead and/or participate in maintenance and repairs at the Waterfront Department. Operate gas and electric powered equipment (pick-up trucks, street sweeper, lawn mowers, hedge trimmers, etc.), utilize proper safety precautions related to all work performed, maintains hazardous waste collection storage sites, inventories and maintain custodial supplies, works over water or from boats, and perform a variety of building and equipment maintenance, repairs and upgrades as needed. Keep accurate records. Provide exemplary customer service to all individuals by demonstrating a willingness to be attentive, understanding, responsive, fair, courteous and respectful and actively participate in maintaining a positive customer service environment. Waterfront Maintenance Worker I/II positions are flexibly staffed classifications. The selected candidate will be placed in either the I or II level, dependent on relevant qualifications, as applications will be screened to place incumbent at either the I or II level based on education and related work experience. See job descriptions for more information on job duties. Work Schedule: 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Wednesday thru Sunday. On-call weekend duty is on a Rotating On-Call duty, and emergency coverage as required.

EMPLOYMENT STANDARDS

Knowledge of: Occupational hazards and standard safety practices; operational characteristics of mechanical equipment and tools used in the area of work assigned. Installation, maintenance, and repair procedures for structures and utilities, including construction, electrical/electronic repair, plumbing, welding, HVAC, roofing, painting, concrete and asphalt work, and grounds and custodial work. Occupational hazards and safe work practices. General construction principles, methods and techniques. Basic record-keeping. Scuba Diving certification and experience a plus.

Ability to: Perform a variety of custodial, clerical, maintenance, construction and repair work as assigned. Operate a variety of vehicular and stationary mechanical equipment in a safe and effective manner. Perform manual labor, including a variety of manual tasks, for extended periods of time, occasionally in inclement weather. Learn uses and purposes of general construction, maintenance and repair of tools and equipment. Understand and follow written and oral instructions. Communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing. Establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work. Work independently in the absence of supervision. Work, walk, and operate vessels over water. Swim is highly desirable. Learn to operate a personal computer and maintenance software programs.

Experience: Level I: One year of experience in either custodial, grounds keeping or maintenance is highly desirable; Level II: Two years performing general maintenance work is highly desirable.

License Requirements: Possession of, or ability to obtain, a valid California driver's license.

Physical Standards: Position requires frequent lifting/carrying of objects weighing up to 25 pounds and less frequently up to 50 pounds, stooping, kneeling, reaching and handling, walking, standing, climbing, or sitting; some positions may require the ability to lift objects weighing up to 100 pounds with frequent lifting up to 50 pounds and the ability to climb.

Job Conditions: Most duties in this class are performed under periodically disagreeable working conditions outside, sometimes in adverse weather, working over the ocean, exposed to water, mud, sand, dirt, grease; may be exposed to disagreeable conditions including paint fumes, caustic chemicals, equipment noise and vibration, inclement weather and dampness.

SELECTION PROCESS

It is important that your application and supplemental questionnaire show all of your relevant experience, training, and/or education that qualifies you for this position. Applications may be rejected if incomplete. Applications will be reviewed and the most qualified candidates will be invited to participate in the selection process which may consist of an application rating and/or a combined practical/written/oral examination.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Communication regarding your application and/or status will be sent to the email address listed on your application. Please check your email and spam regularly throughout the recruitment process. You may also log into your governmentjobs.com account to view these emails.

OPEN & CONTINUOUS RECRUITMENT: Because this recruitment is open and continuous, applicants are encouraged to submit completed applications as soon as possible. The filing period for an open and continuous recruitment may be closed at any time.

The City of Santa Barbara is an Equal Opportunity Employer - and we encourage all persons to apply.

THE SALARY RANGE consists of five steps, each representing an increase of approximately five percent. STEP INCREASES, through the top salary step, are tied to job performance with annual performance reviews. Employees receive annual performance reviews.

THE FOLLOWING BENEFITS may vary and are subject to collective bargaining:

Note: Part-time employees receive pro-rated benefits, e.g., 50%, 60%, etc.

  • The City is a member of the Coastal Housing Partnership, which offers home loan assistance and rental reductions.
  • 9/80-Standard Citywide 9/80 work schedule with closures on alternate Fridays.
  • Flexwork/Telecommuting is available.
  • Bilingual pay may be available at a rate of $64 / pay period.
  • Vacation is accrued at 96 hours / year, increasing with City service.
  • Personal leave (32 hours) is provided each July 1st at the start of the fiscal year (pro-rated the first year).
  • Sick leave is accrued at the rate of 96 hours / year.
  • Holidays: 10 holidays (80 hours) are observed / year.
  • Retirement: PERS Miscellaneous formula: "Classic" members: 2.7% @ 55; employee contributes 8% of salary. "New" members: 2% @ 62; employee contributes 6.75% of salary. The City does not participate in Social Security.
  • Insurance including medical, dental and vision benefits are available under a group plan. Click here for the benefits rate sheet: General Unit Rate Sheet.
  • Employees who opt-out of the group insurance coverage may be eligible for a cash pay-out of up to $362.38 / month.
  • Life Insurance: City-paid term life insurance ($50,000) is provided.
  • Employee Assistance Program: A City-paid EAP is available for employees and members of their household.
  • Long-term Disability Insurance is provided.
  • State Disability Insurance (SDI) and Paid Family Leave (PFL) is provided. Employee pays 1% of salary (pre-tax).
  • Deferred Compensation Savings Plans (457) are available to employees through a deferred compensation program.
  • Uniforms will be provided by the City to those employees required to wear a uniform.
  • Employee must pay an amount equal to 1.45% of salary toward Medicare. An equal amount is paid by the City.

    01

    Please provide a brief description of your experience in maintenance, repair, and installation in the following category. Include employer name and dates.A. Plumbing1. Cutting Pipe2. Repair Irrigation3. Irrigation Controllers4. P.V.C. Conduit

    02

    Please provide a brief description of your experience in maintenance, repair, and installation in the following category. Include employer name and dates. B. Carpentry 1. Power Saw 2. Table Saw 3. Router 4. Saber Saw 5. Electric Drill

    03

    Please provide a brief description of your experience in maintenance, repair, and installation in the following category. Include employer name and dates.C. PaintingA. Prepare and paint metal or wood surfaces.B. Airless Paint SprayerC. Airless Line Marker

    04

    Please provide a brief description of your experience in maintenance, repair, and installation in the following category. Include employer name and dates. D. Electrical/Electronic 1. Florescent Fixtures 2. Light Standards 3. Voltmeter 4. Electrical Equipment 5. Electronic Equipment 6. Parking ticket spitter & gate mechanisms

    05

    Please provide a brief description of your experience in maintenance, repair, and installation in the following category. Include employer name and dates. E. HVAC1. Maintenance2. Controls3. Trouble Shooting4. Installation

    06

    Please provide a brief description of your experience in street maintenance or related in the following categories. Include employer name and dates. 1. Asphalt Patching 2. Concrete Repair 3. Operate Cement Saw 4. Operate Jack Hammer

    07

    Please provide a brief description of your experience in power equipment operation in the following categories. Include employer name and dates. 1. Steam Cleaner 2. Street Sweeper 3. Forklift 4. Scissor Lift 5. Flatbed Truck

    08

    Please provide a brief description of your experience in vessel operation in the following categories. Include employer name and dates. 1. Outboard Motor Operation 2. Vessel maintenance /inspection

    09

    Please provide a brief description of your experience in reading blueprints and drawings. Include employer name and dates.

    10

    Please provide a brief description of your experience in completing and keeping maintenance and repair records. Include employer name and dates.

    11

    Please provide a brief description of your experience in welding. Include employer name and dates.

    12

    Please provide a brief description of your computer experience in the following categories. Include employer name and dates. 1. Work Order System2. Planning Schedules 3. Software (Word, Excel, or Access)

    13

    Please provide a brief description of your swimming ability. Include employer name and dates.

    14

    Do you have a Scuba Diving Certification?

    15

    Please provide a brief description of your safety experience in the following categories. Include employer name and dates. 1. Job Safety 2. Personal Safety

    Required Question

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