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Overview

Under general supervision performs maintenance and related activities by operating various light and
heavy motorized vehicles and equipment within the assigned district.

Essential Job Functions:

  • Assists in repairs and maintenance of District facilities and parks.
  • Performs landscape maintenance activities; repairs and maintains irrigation systems; repairs and replaces water and drainage lines, pathways and parking areas; prunes and trims trees and
    removes shrubs and other greenery. These activities require manual labor.
  • Maintains shrubs and bushes in healthy condition; identifies diseases and pests; applies a variety of pesticides and treatments to control and eliminate the spread of weeds and pests; assures
    correct and safe application of all products.
  • Performs landscape construction; prepares site; initiates excavation; trenches for installation of irrigation, electrical conduit and drainage systems; performs filling, grading and compacting of building sites and driveways; dissects and removes concrete and asphalt; pours concrete and lays asphalt; builds retaining walls; prepares soil; plants new landscape.
  • Performs other related duties as assigned.
  • Operates a wide range of heavy equipment and mechanical tools.
  • Installs and cleans culverts and other related facilities.
  • Performs maintenance and minor repairs on various equipment.
  • Hauls materials and transports vehicles and equipment to job sites using various trucks.
  • Operates equipment for grass and weed mowing.
  • Cleans with high-pressure water equipment.
  • Makes repairs using hand and power tools.
  • Services and maintains all aspects of buildings and equipment owned by the District.

Minimum Education and Experience

Minimum Months of Experience: 12
Education Required: High School
Driver's License Required: Yes
Minimum Hourly Wage: 16
Maximum Hourly Wage: 16

About Feather River Recreation and Park District

Our mission is to provide and maintain quality parks, recreation experiences and related facilities and programs for all residents of the District in a fiscally sustainable manner that compliments the natural resources and cultural heritage of our community.