Maintenance Worker I
Company: Government jobs
Posted on: January 23, 2023
Performs a wide variety of maintenance and construction duties
associated with maintaining highways, rural roads, and
rights-of-way in a safe condition.
**Salary will be determined depending on qualifications of
candidates who exceed the minimum requirements as outlined within
the job description.
**Additional compensation based on licensure. Essential
Builds, maintains and/or repairs guardrails, traffic barricades,
cones, signs, flags and fencing. Dumps, spreads, and tamps asphalt
with pneumatic tamper to patch broken or eroded pavement.
Drives truck to transport crew and equipment to work site. Operates
tractors with mower attachments, rollers and other related
equipment used in landscaping and right-of-way maintenance.
Transports and delivers supplies, materials, and tools as needed.
Uses shovels, picks, drills, hammers, or other hand power
Mixes, prepares and assists with installation of cement, concrete,
sandbags and other materials used in road construction. Places
traffic barricades cones or other traffic signs and flags or
directs traffic safely around work crews and areas. Acts as a
spotter for equipment operators when backing, turning, etc.
Lays sod, spreads hay, fertilizer, or other materials in
landscaping or roadside maintenance. Assists with the installation
and repair of drainage systems.
Ability to perform physically demanding job duties, occasionally
under adverse weather conditions. Six (6) months experience in
performing unskilled or semi-skilled laboring duties.
A comparable amount of education, training, or experience may be
substituted for the minimum qualifications.
Must possess and maintain a valid Florida Driver's License Class B
CDL or have the ability to obtain within six (6) months of
Some knowledge of tools used in maintenance and construction.
Ability to lift up to fifty (50) pounds.
Ability to read and write. Ability to add, subtract, multiply, and
divide in all units of measurement, using whole numbers, common
fractions, and decimals.
Ability to work well with others in a "Team Environment".
Performs other related work as required, and operate other
equipment as assigned to complete road construction and maintenance
In the event of an emergency, all employees are considered
essential personnel and may be required to perform alternate
County-paid benefits for employees
Competitive Wages: Our compensation system includes competitive
Paid Time Off: New full-time employees accrue 20 days per year of
Paid Time Off (16 days for 24-hour shift personnel). New part-time
employees accrue 83 hours per year of Paid Time Off. Accrual rates
increase with service time.
Paid Holidays: We observe 11 paid holidays which includes an
employee birthday holiday and a floating Work/Life Day.
Bereavement Leave: Employees may receive up to one week paid leave
per fiscal year for absence due to the death of an immediate family
Florida Retirement System: All employees in regularly established
positions are automatically covered from the first day of
employment. Seminole County makes contribution on behalf of the
employee and the employee is also required to make a 3%
Employees Assistance Program: Our EAP provider can help employees
and their families with issues such as personal/family matters,
financial debt counseling, substance abuse, etc.
Training and Development Program: The Employee Learning Center
provides training opportunities for employees which promote
performance, enhance employees' work life experiences, and support
Employee Awards and Recognition: A program to reward outstanding
performance and enhance service to the citizens of Seminole
Wellness Center: Includes exercise equipment, resource library, and
Health Insurance:Health Insurance is effective the first of the
month after completing 30 calendar days of employment. Seminole
County offers a Point of Service (POS) plan. Dependent coverage is
also available, the cost is split between the employee and
employer. This benefit is not extended to part-time employees.
Life Insurance: Life and Accidental Death & Dismemberment Insurance
for employees, equal to one times annual salary. Not extended to
Long-Term Disability: Provides 60% of salary after 6 months of
disability. Not extended to part-time employees.
Optional benefits (employee-paid) for full-time employees:
Deferred Compensation Plan (457): Employees may choose to have
pre-tax payroll deductions made for deposit into this savings plan
up to an IRS-established maximum.
Dental Insurance: A choice of 3 plans is available for employees
and dependents at employee expense.
Additional Life Insurance: At employee expense, additional life
insurance up to five times annual salary; dependent coverage also
Short-Term Disability Insurance: 60% of salary for the first six
months of disability at employee expense.
Cancer and Specified Disease: Pays a benefit directly to the
employee if being treated for this disease.
Flexible Spending Account: Apre-tax account for childcare and
un-reimbursed medical expenses.
Pre-Tax Payroll Deductions: Under Section 125 of the IRS Code,
certain payroll deductions for insurance coverage may be taken out
prior to income being taxed.
01 Do you have construction or maintenance experience?
02 Are you able to obtain a Class "B" CDL within six months of
- I already possess a Class "B" (or higher) CDL
03 Do you have a valid Florida Driver's License? (does not include
permit or hardship license)
04 Have you accumulated seven (7) or more points in a 12-month
period? Ten (10) points or more in an 18-month period? Thirteen
(13) or more in a 36-month period?
05 Have you accumulated violations or convictions that indicate
your Florida or out-of-state Driver's License is/was suspended or
revoked during the five (5) years prior to submitting your
application for points, moving violations, DUI, refusal to submit
to drug or alcohol testing, failure to comply with traffic related
summons or court orders, or criminal offenses?
06 Have you accumulated the status of habitual violator of traffic
laws during the five (5) years prior to applying for this job?
07 Have you been convicted or arrested of DUI in the last three (3)
08 Do you have a history of multiple arrests for DUI, regardless of
convictions? An unacceptable driving record will lead to the
withdrawal of your application for this position per Seminole
County Managers Policies, Section 30.1.
* Required Question
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