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Seeking Maintenance Specialist

*Deadline to apply is Friday 6/3/2022

Do you enjoy working outside? Do you find gratification in keeping the trails safe and clean for all to enjoy? Are you experienced with equipment such as tractors, backhoes and front end loaders? We may have just the job for you!

CCCRA is hiring a part-time maintenance specialist to work alongside our current part-time maintenance specialist. All interested persons are asked to submit a letter of interest and resume by Friday, June 3rd. You can email cambriaconservationrecreation@gmail.com or mail to CCCRA, ATTN: Cliff Kitner, 401 Candlelight Drive Suite 225, Ebensburg, PA 15931. Please see full job posting below.

The Maintenance Specialist II will be responsible for carrying out the Conservation & Recreation Authority’s duties and activities as specified and directed by the Executive Director and the Maintenance Supervisor.  These duties and activities include but are not limited to:  Maintaining all trails and property owned by the CCCRA, supervising seasonal workers, mowing grass, trimming, fence repair, gate repair, maintaining locks and lock boxes, maintaining restroom facilities, maintaining counter boxes; retrieving trail count information from trail counters, installation of benches, barriers, signs, etc., replenishing brochure bins at trail heads, inspection of trail conditions and/or acid mine drainage passive treatment systems, and any other duties deemed required by the Executive Director, Maintenance Supervisor and Authority Board with duties relating to the day to day operation of the Authority and its properties.

POSITION DESCRIPTION
Maintenance Specialist II

Status:  1,000 Hours Per Diem   (Part-Time)                                                    CCCRA

General Description

The Maintenance Specialist II will be responsible for carrying out the Conservation & Recreation Authority’s  duties and activities as specified and directed by the Executive Director and the Maintenance Supervisor.  These duties and activities include but are not limited to:  Maintaining all trails and property owned by the CCCRA, supervising seasonal workers, mowing grass, trimming, fence repair, gate repair, maintaining locks and lock boxes, maintaining restroom facilities, maintaining counter boxes; retrieving trail count information from trail counters, installation of benches, barriers, signs, etc., replenishing brochure bins at trail heads, inspection of trail conditions and/or acid mine drainage passive treatment systems, and any other duties deemed required by the Executive Director, Maintenance Supervisor and Authority Board with duties relating to the day to day operation of the Authority and its properties.

Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

  • Experience in maintenance, landscape or lawn care and/or recreation fields or an equivalent combination of experience and training;
  • Possess effective verbal and written communication skills;
  • Must hold and maintain a valid Pennsylvania Driver’s License;
  • Must be able to proficiently and safely operate a Kubota L5240HSTC Tractor; or related equipent
  • Must be able to drive an F250 Ford Pick Up Truck AND SAFELY and efficiently tow a trailer loaded with the Kubota Tractor or related equipment to various CCCRA properties;
  • Ability to work independently with minimal supervision;
  • Knowledge of matters pertaining to managing construction or development projects;
  • Must be physically able to perform required field work and lift at least 50 lbs.;
  • Demonstrate proficiency in the use of technology;
  • Provide own transportation to and from work;

Specific Responsibilities

  • Make field inspections of the trails and greenways owned by the Authority for any maintenance or safety problems that may be present;
  • Make field inspections of acid mine drainage passive treatment sites for any maintenance or safety problems that may be present;
  • Assist in coordination of volunteer efforts for maintenance, construction, etc. for projects of the Authority;
  • Assist in the development of various plans, reports, evaluations, etc., pertaining to maintenance items as necessary and as directed by the Executive Director and Maintenance Supervisor;
  • Maintain a daily activities log;
  • Any other tasks as determined and directed by the Executive Director and Maintenance Supervisor.

Supervision and Guidance

  • The Maintenance Specialist II receives supervision and guidance from the Executive Director and Maintenance Supervisor
  • Work duties are made in terms of objectives to be achieved often without explicit instructions as to work methods.

Scope and Responsibilities

  • The Maintenance Specialist II takes the initiative in keeping the Executive Director and Maintenance Supervisor informed on matters relevant to the tasks being performed;
  • The Maintenance Specialist II schedules own time in conjunction with work load demands except where specific assignments are made by the Executive Director and Maintenance Supervisor.

 

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