|Title:||Utility Laborer I (Part-time)|
Job Title: Utility Laborer I
Job Code: 0819
Department: District Three
FLSA Status: Non-Exempt
Reports to: Department Supervisor
Employees of this class follow well established procedures in the performance of semi-skilled labor connected with various construction and maintenance activities. Tasks are routine in nature involving the use of a variety of journeyman tools and equipment. Instructions may be given orally or in writing. Simpler tasks may be performed with considerable independence, while more complex tasks are performed under the direct supervision of a skilled worker. Work is subject to inspection during its progress and after completion. This is a seasonal position beginning in May and ending in August.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
(All duties listed may not be included in any one position nor does the list include all tasks found in a position of this class.)
Performs rough carpentry work in the building of concrete forms, wooden fences, and other fabrications needed in the building of bridges, culverts, and other structures.
Lays pipe, concrete blocks, rocks, and other materials used in the building, maintenance, and repair of roads and bridges. Mixes concrete, erects road signs, paints various structures, and performs a variety of other semi-skilled maintenance and repair work. Sharpens tools as necessary.
Drives trucks and other vehicles in connection with light hauling. Operates tractors and other smaller equipment when needed to assist road, bridge, and other crews. Services and makes minor repairs to equipment as necessary.
QUALIFICATIONS AND SKILLS REQUIRED
Any combination of training and experience equivalent to the completion of the eighth school grade with extensive experience in industrial construction. Must hold a valid Alabama driver’s license and be insurable by the Madison County Commission’s risk underwriters.
- Knowledge, Skill, and Ability
Working knowledge of the use and maintenance of various hand tools and simple machinery. Working knowledge of the routine phases of a skilled trade such as bridge or building construction. Skill to use many different types of hand tools. Skill to operate light machinery and mid-size vehicles. Ability to understand and follow simple written and oral instructions.
- Physical Requirements
Must be physically capable of performing strenuous manual labor in adverse weather conditions, and be willing and available to be on call as needed. Must be able to see well enough to operate motor vehicles and light machinery. Must be able to hear well enough to communicate to other workers and supervisors, both by radio and in person. Must be physically capable of lifting 50 lbs.
$12.00 per hour
MADISON COUNTY COMMISSION IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER