Under general direction to plan, direct, supervise, and coordinate the overall activities in the maintenance of the Don Pedro Recreation Area, ensuring an efficient maintenance operation. Supervise staff, coordinate with outside agencies and participate in the operation, construction, maintenance, and repair of all Don Pedro Recreation Agency (DPRA) facilities and equipment.
EXAMPLES OF DUTIES:
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBLITIES
Plan, organize, coordinate, supervise, and participate in the work of crews engaged in the operation, construction, maintenance, and repair of DPRA facilities including, but not limited to all buildings, toilets, showers, water heaters, wastewater treatment plants, solid waste, sewage lift stations, drinking water treatment plants, electrical systems and water distribution lines.
Coordinate the maintenance and repair of all DPRA motorized equipment.
Order materials and supplies.
Determine work methods and techniques.
Insure that materials and equipment are available to crews.
Inspect work sites to insure that work is done in accordance with accepted standards and safe work practices.
Maintain records of work accomplished including time, materials, and equipment operation required.
Prepare estimates of materials and costs.
Establish priorities and communicate status of work in progress and new projects.
Coordinate maintenance activities with other DPRA divisions, and with outside agencies.
Supervise staff; overseeing staff meetings, scheduling, performance reviews and training for assigned staff.
Assign work and monitor the overall progress of assigned staff. Provide ongoing feedback on job performance, conduct annual performance evaluations and coaching sessions as needed.
Comply with and enforce all District rules, regulations, policies and procedures.
Respond to emergency situations.
Perform other related duties as required or assigned by supervisor.
Any combination of experience and training that would likely provide the required skills and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the skills and abilities would be:
Education Usually exhibited by completion of the twelfth grade. An Associate's degree in related field desirable.
Experience Usually exhibited by a person with five (5) years of maintenance experience, including two (2) years of supervisory experience.
Must file a Statement of Economic Interest in compliance with Governmental Code Section 8100.
Sign and submit to the California State Water Resources Control Board a Wastewater Treatment Plant Chief Plant Operator Acknowledgement Form for each of the three (3) DPRA wastewater treatment facilities.
Sign & Acknowledge a Confidentiality Agreement.
Skills and Abilities
Interpersonal and Communication: Ability to give and follow oral and written instructions. Establish and maintain cooperative relationships with those contacted in the course of work.
Maintain a positive work atmosphere by acting and communicating in a manner so that you get along with customers, clients, co-workers and management.
Technical and Analytical: Knowledge of: methods, materials, equipment, and tools used in the construction, maintenance, and repair of recreation facilities and equipment; carpentry, plumbing, electrical, and equipment maintenance; record-keeping and reporting procedures; and hazards and safety precautions. Oversee and operate maintenance and repair of swimming lagoon facilities including pumps, skimmers, fountains, filters, and spray fields. Maintain appropriate chemical balances as required in all potable water and wastewater as determined by regulation. Maintain extensive reports and forward to appropriate agencies as mandated. Ability to: plan, schedule, and layout work for others; read and interpret plans and specifications; keep records and prepare reports; and make estimates of materials and costs.
Administration and Operations: Must be able to work well under pressure of deadlines. Must have excellent organizational skills and interpersonal skills. Must possess the ability to effectively delegate and direct workload to assigned staff. Knowledge of principles and practices of supervision, training, coaching and performance evaluation. Must have ability to supervise, train and evaluate assigned staff.
SELECTION CRITERIA Item Percentage Required to Obtain a Passing Score Supplemental Questionnaire Pass/Fail Oral Interview 70%
Medical Examination This position may require a medical examination to determine medical fitness for performing the duties assigned to the position or classification.
Drug testing in accordance with the FHWA regulations may also be required. (Details may be obtained from the Human Resources Department upon request.)
The Turlock Irrigation District is an Equal Opportunity Employer. It does not discriminate on the basis of, race, color, ancestry, religious creed, national origin, sex, physical and mental disability, medical condition (cancer related), age (over 40), and marital status.
Assistance is available in filling out job applications for disabled individuals.
The Turlock Irrigation District's bargaining unit positions are a part of an agency shop.
The Turlock Irrigation District provides reasonable accommodations to applicants and employees with a disability in accordance with federal and state law.
OPEN TO INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL APPLICANTS
SUBMIT APPLICATION TO: Human Resources Department, via our web site at www.tid.org. Internal and external applicants may apply beginning Friday, September 22, 2017 until filled.
Charlotte Dutra firstname.lastname@example.org Human Resources Analyst (209) 883-8511
Necessary Special Requirements Possession of the following:
Appropriate California driver's license.
Grade I Wastewater Treatment Certificate at time of hire.
Grade II Wastewater Treatment Certificate within two (2) years.
Grade II Water Treatment Certificate at time of hire.
Appropriate level Water Distribution Certificate within one (1) year.
Standard First Aid card.
Red Cross Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) card.
TID is one of only four irrigation districts in California that provides irrigation water as well as electric retail energy directly to homes, farms and businesses.
Don Pedro Recreation Agency offers campsites at three campgrounds: Fleming Meadows and Blue Oaks located on the west shore, and Moccasin Point located on the east shore.
More than 14 million people have visited Don Pedro Lake since 1971.
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