Position: Cemetery Maintenance Worker
Department: Parks & Recreation – Buildings & Grounds
Salary: $8.00 – $10.00 DOE
Job Class: Seasonal (Approximately, 40 hours per week for 6 months)
Job Closes: Open Until Filled
Working under the supervision of the Spanish Fork City Parks and Recreation Cemetery Sexton the Cemetery Maintenance Worker performs a variety of skilled and semi-skilled maintenance duties in a park setting or similar facilities; and performs related work as required.
Daily maintenance of city parks and grounds including turf grass care, flower and shrub planter care, tree care, grounds maintenance and cleaning/trash pick up, facilities and restroom cleaning. Makes minor alterations to irrigation systems; installs and/or repairs broken irrigation lines; repairs sprinkler heads; assists in installation of sprinkler systems. Operates hand and power equipment including shovel, rake, mower, tractor, golf cart, rototiller, athletic soil grooming equipment; maintains tools and equipment used in park maintenance. Performs simple and minor repairs to equipment and structures. Responds to assignments from the lead worker and supervisor. Often perform essential functions on holidays and weekends as assigned. Often transports city parade float to Utah county destinations.
Must have professional positive attitude with good communication skills. Be productive while working alone and with others. Employee is expected to deal effectively and courteously with the public.
MENTAL AND PHYSICAL APPLICATIONS:
Surroundings involve contact with outdoors, dust, dirt, heat, cold, arid/dry, humidity, wetness noise, fumes and vibrations. Requires working with and around other employees. Occasionally requires working alone. Health and Safety conditions include constantly dealing with soil, water and plant materials. Occasionally dealing with toxic materials and chemicals. Physical activities include constant standing, kneeling, crouching, handling, balancing, turning, pushing, pulling, reaching and carrying. Requires occasional jumping, crawling, sitting, climbing, throwing and feeling. Requires talking, hearing, and seeing. Requires ability to lift up to 45 pounds without assistance Physical dimensions include strength necessary in hands, arms, legs, and back. Requires constant eye/hand coordination with occasional foot/eye/hand coordination. Occasionally requires vision strain, rapid speed work, and extreme muscular exertion, along with finger, hand/arm, and foot/leg dexterity. Mental applications include constant memory for details and attention to many items. Occasionally requires the estimation of the size, quality, and quantity of objects, along with the speed of moving objects. Occasional discriminating thinking, rot/repetitive thinking, guided problem solving, creative problem solving, and memory for ideas, verbal and written directions.