Posting Expires: Open Until Filled


Salary: $34,700.00

Supervises general grounds maintenance activities to maintain the appearance and beauty of City parks and property, and recreation grounds.

Examples of Essential Duties:

Supervise, direct and evaluate staff to maintain parks and parks amenities. Duties include, but are not limited to, mowing turf, trimming, pruning and landscape bed maintenance. Maintaining playgrounds, pavilions, athletic fields and courts. Support departmental budget guideline and initiatives. Coordinates special events with city agencies, departments and others. Plan, schedule, and maintain records of maintenance services provided to ensure performance standards are met. Work with the community on park projects. Maintain high standards of accuracy in exercising duties and responsibilities. Adhere to City maintenance standards. Lead and train team members to ensure that all safety precautions are taken as necessary in operating equipment in a safe and efficient manner. Prepare internal memoranda, accident reports, evaluations, inspection reports and daily work logs as required. Performs other duties related to this position as required.

Qualifications

Typical Qualifications:


  • High School diploma or GED are required.
  • Three (3) years of experience in park operations, grounds or building maintenance, including two (2) years of experience as lead worker or supervisor preferred.
  • Equivalent combinations of training and experience will be determined under prescribed guidelines. However, training and experience will not be substituted for the required High School diploma or GED.

Supplemental Information:
A valid Georgia’s driver’s license is required at the time of appointment. Driver’s license must remain valid during the tenure of this position.

Job Requirements:

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