|HYDRAULIC CLEANING SPECIALIST|
|Performs cleaning and restoration services to City buildings, edifices, streets, and equipment using high pressure hydraulic cleaning equipment and cleaning chemicals. Employees in this classification work with a minimal amount of supervision with tasks being reviewed for accuracy and completeness while in progress and upon completion.|
|Operates high pressure hydraulic cleaning equipment for cleaning surfaces on buildings, edifices, streets, and equipment.
Drives equipment carriers and other City vehicles of up to 25,999 lbs. GVWR.
Inspects surfaces being cleaned during cleaning process to determine when job is complete or to make adjustments as needed.
Inspects pressure cleaning equipment for damage, wear, or safety hazards and makes repairs as required. Performs preventive maintenance on equipment in accordance with manufacturer's recommendations.
Obtains supplies required for work performance as required.
Maintains records of manhours and supplies used on the job.
Cleans up job site at end of each shift and upon completion of job.
Performs other related duties as assigned.
|Knowledge of error prevention techniques as they apply to hydraulic cleaning equipment.
Skilled in maneuvering equipment operating under 3,000 PSI pressure which may involve standing and walking for extended periods, pushing and pulling.
Skilled in the operation of pressure washer.
Ability to communicate with others.
Ability to work under conditions of excessive noise and around chemicals.
Ability to determine when a job should be stopped due to damage or excessive wear and when cleaning has been completed.
|High school education and six (6) months to one (1) year hydraulic cleaning experience; or an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience. Valid Florida Drivers License required prior to employment.|