|SEIU Supervisor Non-Exempt|
|Performs supervisory, skilled, and limited administrative work involving the maintenance of grounds, athletic fields and landscaped areas, planting and maintenance of flower beds and plants and/or general maintenance of community recreation facilities. Employees assigned to this classification supervise field activities of several crews. Work is usually performed under general supervision and is reviewed while in progress and upon completion through direct observation, meetings, and review of work orders to ensure accuracy and completeness.
Performs skilled, supervisory and limited administrative work involving the construction, renovation, modification, installation, televised inspection and/or repair of wastewater collection systems. Oversees field activities of skilled workers such as, Heavy Equipment Operators, T.V. Equipment Operators and Utility Service Workers. Work is performed under general supervision and is reviewed by direct observation and through discussions while in progress and upon completion.
|Reviews work orders, organizes, coordinates and directs field activities of several crews engaged in construction, repair, and maintenance of baseball, softball, soccer, and other types of athletic fields; explains project requirements and deadlines, resolves problems, and inspects work while in progress and upon completion to ensure completeness and accuracy.
Determines equipment, materials and supplies needed for projects and
Instructs employees in proper work methods, safety and equipment operation; counsels as needed to improve performance.
Oversees the layout and planting of flowers and other plant materials according to blueprints and work orders using knowledge of various horticultural procedures and practices; ensures herbicides, mulch and water are applied properly.
Directs the cleaning of sidewalks, awnings, buildings and other recreation facilities using pressure cleaners.
Oversees and participates in preparation of facility for events to ensure tables, chairs, and equipment are set up, cleaned, and stored as instructed.
May operate forklift, pick up truck, tractors, road graders, riding mowers and related equipment as needed to complete assignments.
Directs and/or assists with sweeping, mopping, vacuuming, shampooing or stripping, waxing, and polishing of floors using scrubbers, buffers, carpet cleaners, and related janitorial equipment.
Assigns and maintains quality control of custodial tasks to ensure windows, walls, rest rooms and office furniture and equipment are properly maintained. Ensures rest rooms stocked with soap, towels, and tissue and trash containers are emptied and properly cleaned.
May perform general maintenance tasks such as minor painting, replacement of damaged ceiling tiles and light bulbs, furniture repair, etc; may repair water mains, sprinkler heads, valves and meters.
Supervises routine grounds maintenance activities such as mowing and edging lawns, planting and trimming hedges in parks, athletic fields and other recreation facilities using riding and/or push mowers and other hand and power tools; may assist with the installation of irrigation systems.
Inspects tools, vehicles, and equipment to ensure they're serviced and properly maintained (e.g. greasing, lubricating, cleaning, checking fluid levels, etc.).
Maintains production records, completes daily reports of work accomplishments, field conditions, problems encountered, etc.
Investigates and prepares reports of employee injuries and damage to equipment.
Participates in the selection, training, and appraisal of employees; may initiate personnel actions such as discipline, promotion, special recognition, etc.
Performs other related duties as assigned.
Reviews work orders, organizes and coordinates field activities of crews involved in the installation of sewer lines and extensions of various types and sizes; directs the preparation of surface elevations, selection and sizing of pipe, and ensures joints and connections are properly sealed.
Supervises and participates in the construction of manholes and other wastewater structures reviews project lay-out to ensure dimensions are correct; inspects work upon completion for accuracy.
Supervises and participates in the repair of sewer and storm lines through replacement or slip-lining; locates and excavates area of damaged line and replaces or relines appropriate area.
Completes daily reports of work accomplishments, field conditions, and problems encountered; participates in project planning and preparation of work schedules.
May operate bobcats, back hoes, pick up trucks, pumps, compressors, air hammers, pipe saws, and other equipment incidental to the construction, repair and installation of sewer lines and manholes.
Instructs workers and demonstrates proper work methods, safety, and equipment operation; counsels employees as needed to improve job performance.
Determines equipment, materials, and supplies required for each project and procures items in accordance with established procedures.
Participates in the selection and appraisal of employee performance; may initiate disciplinary action.
Performs related work as required.
|Knowledge of supervisory practices and methods.
Knowledge of cleaning methods and skill in the use of cleaning chemicals and care of janitorial equipment and materials.
Knowledge of horticultural practices and procedures.
Knowledge of various plants, plant diseases, treatment methods.
Knowledge of the use and care of power tools and small power equipment.
Knowledge of turf maintenance practices.
Knowledge of seating plans for correct setup of community recreation centers for luncheons, seminars, and other meetings.
Knowledge of occupational hazards, safety rules and regulations related to facility maintenance operations.
Skilled in the operation of front-end loader, forklift, geni lift, utility vehicle, floor scrubbers, buffers, floor strippers, high reach, roto-tiller, sod cutter, and related equipment.
Ability to establish and maintain effective work relationships with employees.
Ability to design landscape and annual flower beds.
Ability to understand and carry out verbal and written instructions.
Ability to estimate and order plant materials, tools and supplies.
Ability to perform manual labor such as pushing, pulling, and lifting.
Ability to walk and stand for extended periods, often under hot and humid environmental conditions, exposed to insects and chemicals.
Ability to train others.
Ability to operate lawn mowers, both riding and push type.
Ability to climb and work from ladders or personnel/geni lift.
Knowledge of the methods, materials, equipment, and techniques used in the extension, repair and maintenance of wastewater collection systems.
Knowledge of the methods, practices, tools, materials, and equipment of the pipe fitting and masonry trades.
Knowledge of occupational hazards of the types of work performed and of necessary precautions.
Knowledge of camera and equipment operation and sewer line televising and sealing techniques.
Knowledge of supervisory practices and methods.
Knowledge of operating a computer for data entry such as: entering work orders and tracking materials used.
Skill in the use of pipe-fitting, caulking, masonry, concrete finishing tools.
Skill in the care of tools and equipment used in the construction, maintenance, and repair of sewer lines and manholes.
Skill in the operation of large trucks, hand and power tools.
Ability to maintain records and complete reports.
Ability to operate a computer and other office equipment.
Ability to locate leaks, stoppages and malfunctions in sewer systems and related equipment, and to decide on practical methods of making repairs.
Ability to plan, schedule, assigned and direct various activities simultaneously.
Ability to operate large trucks, hand and power tools.
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with other employees and the public.
Ability to perform heavy labor such as lifting, bending , digging for extended periods , being exposed to extreme weather conditions, noxious fumes, insects, and excessive noise.
Ability to work from blueprints, rough sketches, and oral and written instructions and make simple and material estimates.
|High School Graduate plus four (4) years landscape maintenance, general facility or grounds maintenance experience, two of which must have been in a lead or supervisory capacity; or an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience. Some positions may require Florida Driver License or CDL depending on assignment. Florida Restricted Pesticide License may be required, depending on assignment.
High School Graduate plus five (5) years experience in wastewater utility construction, maintenance, and repair activities, two of which must have been in a lead or supervisory capacity; or an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience. Florida Class B- CDL required. A GOAA Secure Area Access I. D. badge is required within ninety (90) days of hire. Wastewater Collection "C" Certification preferred.
11/09/2010 MGR Experience changed to 5 yrs. and certification required at time of application.
9/01/2011-CF- Changed Wastewater Collection "C" Certification to preferred, per dept. request.
11/6/12-CF-GOAA Secure Area Access I. D. badge required within ninety (90) days of hire, added per Dept. request.