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Groundskeeper I
2568
01/27/2021
Staff
Grounds - HGRO
Full-Time Staff
$29,619-$34,778

The Groundskeeper I is responsible for performing all tasks related to maintaining the campus grounds, roads and parking lots. This includes but is not limited to trash collection from the campus grounds/parking lots, seasonal landscaping and snow removal. In addition, the position is required assist Event Services with the set up/breakdown of room arrangements, assembly of furniture/staging and relocation of equipment. This position is designated as Essential Personnel. The incumbent is required to assist in meeting the operational needs of the College during emergencies and college closures, as well as, ensure continuity of strategic services.

Maintain the campus in a neat and orderly manner by collecting trash on the grounds and in parking lots, emptying trash containers; removing leaves and debris from all steps and sidewalks.

Mow grassy areas.  Trim and edge as needed and remove grass clippings from streets and sidewalks.

Establish and maintain flowerbeds, shrubbery and trees; including soil preparation, planting, fertilizing, thinning, mulching, feeding, watering, pruning, raking leaves and weeding as needed. Tree planting and removal as needed. 

Maintenance of snow removal equipment, including attaching plow blades, salt spreaders, hoppers, and etc. on appropriate Grounds vehicles. Operate snow removal equipment to keep campus roadways, walkways, common areas and steps clear of ice and snow.  Clean and repair snow removal equipment and vehicles as needed.

Assist in the set up and break down of room arrangements for all college-sponsored events and other special events as requested, including flooring, staging, furniture, seating, decorations, etc.

Assemble/relocate furniture and equipment as required for both main campus and satellite facilities.

Unload freight in support of various college departments, including the Print Shop, Bookstore and Central Services.

Maintain all grounds equipment by performing routine maintenance and minor repairs to ensure that all equipment is operating safely and efficiently.

Operate forklifts, front-end loaders, tractors, bucket truck and other grounds equipment as necessary to perform assigned duties.

Maintain all fire hydrants, manholes, storm drains and storm-water management ponds; ensure safe and efficient operation in accordance will all applicable governmental codes.

Maintain inventory of appropriate campus signs.  Install, repair and/or remove signage as requested.

Install, operate and maintain campus underground sprinkler system.  Ensure that the system is drained and winterized.

Assist in transporting hazardous waste from departmental storage areas to central storage.  Assist in the monthly disposal of biohazard waste by accompanying the vendor and ensuring adherence with college policies and procedures.

Follow established safety policies and procedure, including the use of all personal protective equipment necessary to perform duties safely.

Other duties as assigned by Assistant Director and Director.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

High school diploma or equivalent required.

One year of commercial experience or demonstrated basic knowledge in the operation and maintenance of commercial groundskeeping equipment.

Ability to work safely and reliably with minimum of supervision.

Demonstrated ability to work under the following conditions and meet the following physical requirements:

     Ability to push, pull, lift and carry up to 50 lbs. throughout an 8 hour shift.

    Ability to work outdoors in varied weather condition, such as heat, cold, rain, snow     and slippery conditions.

     Ability to work on uneven surfaces.

     Ability to utilize lifts, ladders and/or scaffolding to work at elevated heights.

Possess a valid driver’s license and good driving record as determined by college policy.

Proven record of attendance and reliability.

Proficient oral, written and electronic communication skills.

Ability to interact professionally and effectively with students, faculty staff and the public.

40
Monday - Friday
Cover Letter, Resume/Curriculum Vitae
 
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