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JOB OPENINGS - JUNE 2018


St. Paul Campus Maintenance and Grounds Worker

***To be considered, all applications must be submitted through the University of Minnesota employment site (https://humanresources.umn.edu/jobs). Search for Job ID 324467

General Statement:

This position reports to the Assistant Director for St. Paul Facilities and is responsible for the maintenance of the St. Paul Gymnasium and URW outdoor facilities in Minneapolis and St. Paul. This position must be prepared to work flexible hours. Though assisted at times by part-time/student employees, this position is expected to perform most of the assigned maintenance tasks directly.  This position requires problem solving and decision making on repair and maintenance items, field maintenance and custodial issues on a daily basis.  This position has direct supervision of 12-15 students which includes hiring, training, scheduling and student development.

Essential Duties:
· Prepare and set up fields for various sports.
· Operate motorized equipment, i.e., mowers, tractors, snow removal equipment, departmental utility vehicle as well as departmental truck, etc.
· Clean and maintain the indoor facility space of the St. Paul Gymnasium.
· Assist with setup and cleanup for events and projects. 
· Supervise a team of student employees performing custodial and grounds work at the St. Paul Gymnasium and department sports fields in
          St. Paul, East Bank, and West Bank.

Essential Qualifications:
· Ability to read and write competently in English and lift 50 pounds to shoulder height.
· Possess experience in the operation of equipment associated with performing job related duties such as mowers, tractors, turf maintenance and
          lining equipment, snow removal equipment as well as custodial equipment.
· Possess a working knowledge/certification in the area of turf management and athletic field/grounds layout and maintenance.
· Experience supervising students or other part-time staff.
· Must possess a valid drivers’ license.

Work Responsibilities:

Outdoor Facility Maintenance (45%)
· Seasonal care of outdoor facilities which includes all departmental Sports Fields located on the Minneapolis East Bank and West Bank campuses
          as well as St. Paul campus. 
·
  Prepare and set up fields for various sports at URW Sports Field Complex, West Bank Fields and St. Paul Fields which includes ground repair,
          seeding, irrigation, mowing, trimming and lining of all fields including the artificial turf fields as needed.
·
 Removal of trash for all outdoor facilities.
· Coordinate maintenance of the clubhouses, storage areas and field equipment.
· Performs and coordinates grounds crew duties with the assistance of student employees.
· Oversee field turf grooming and care at the URW Sports Field Complex/Dome.
·
 Responsible for the removal of perimeter snow at the URW Sports Field Complex/Dome and entrances of the St. Paul Gymnasium during winter
          months.
· Responsible for the hiring, training and scheduling of approximately 12-15 student employees.
·
 Maintain and care for outdoor tennis court surface and equipment adjacent to the St. Paul Gymnasium.
· Operate motorized equipment, i.e., mowers, tractors, snow removal equipment, departmental utility vehicle as well as departmental truck, etc.

Indoor Facility Maintenance (45%)

·         Responsible for overseeing day time custodial/maintenance/cleaning responsibilities of the St. Paul Gymnasium.
· Clean and maintain handball/racquetball and squash courts, including floors, walls, glass, etc. at the St. Paul Gymnasium.
· Clean and maintain gyms and multipurpose rooms including the floors and glass at the St. Paul Gymnasium.
· Clean and maintain corridors and building entrance (interior and exterior) at the St. Paul Gymnasium.
· Clean and maintain Sauna area as well as Equipment Room at the St. Paul Gymnasium.
· Maintain and care for sports nets, dividing nets, backboards, and other equipment at the St. Paul Gymnasium.
· nspect and replace room lights as needed and other necessary utilities at the St. Paul Gymnasium.

Specific tasks associated with assigned facilities, which include, but are not limited to (10%): 
·
 Assist with organizing annual maintenance shutdown of facilities.
· Assist the Sr. Building & Grounds Worker with event set-ups and major projects.
· Assist the Assistant Director for St. Paul Facilities with long-term maintenance
plans, facility coverage, employee scheduling, facility inspections,
          ordering/maintaining equipment, and coordinating work with various vendors and contractors. 

· Assist with facility setup and cleanup associated with departmental summer Youth Program Day Camps.
· Develop a positive relationship with Recreation & Wellness staff as well as Facilities Management Zone personnel to carry out effective care of
          facilities.
· Attend Departmental meetings and workshops.

·
  Carry out other duties as assigned by the Assistant Director for St. Paul Facilities
 

The University recognizes and values the importance of diversity and inclusion in enriching the employment experience of its employees and in supporting the academic mission.  The University is committed to attracting and retaining employees with varying identities and backgrounds. The University of Minnesota provides equal access to and opportunity in its programs, facilities, and employment without regard to race, color, creed, religion, national origin, gender, age, marital status, disability, public assistance status, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, or gender expression.  To learn more about diversity at the U:  http://diversity.umn.edu


 

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JOB OPENING

UNIVERSITY OF NORTHWESTERN


GROUNDS WORKER, Campus Facilities Services  -  L00029

PURPOSE:
Assist in all care taking of the grounds including lawns, ballfields, landscaping, sidewalks, steps, entries, and trees in a neat and efficient manner, in all seasons as assigned.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Essential job responsibilities include but are not limited to:        

Assist in maintaining campus lawns, mowing, irrigating, fertilizing and spraying regularly. Provide tree and shrub care, including watering, trimming and planting.  Assist with annual planting of flowers.  Assist in the cutting and removal of dead trees.  Assist in maintaining all landscape designs.

Assist in supervising student workers, assigning daily tasks.

Perform maintenance and general upkeep on machinery.  Assist with maintenance of irrigation systems.

Assist in plowing, shoveling and removing snow and ice from sidewalks, steps, and entryways.

Vehicles:
Perform maintenance and general upkeep on UNW vehicles as needed

Assist with daily vehicle inspections

Assist with cleaning vehicles interiors and exteriors

Because our community is a significant part of our mission and the development of our students, all employees act as a minister of the gospel of Jesus Christ by actively partnering with the University to disciple students in growing intellectually and spiritually, and with Northwestern Media to lead people to Christ and nurture believers to mature in their faith.

Secondary job responsibilities include but are not limited to:

Maintain a safe working environment through proper use of all tools, safety and repair equipment, and proper lifting techniques.

Assist with miscellaneous department duties as needed.

QUALIFICATIONS:
Minimum Education and Experience:

High school diploma or GED equivalent required

Previous related experience a minimum of one year preferred

Valid driver's license required

Maintain a personal relationship with Jesus Christ; is a consistent witness for Jesus Christ; maintain a kind, Christ-like attitude in dealing with and ministering to people within and outside of Northwestern; and faithfully uphold and embrace Northwestern’s mission, doctrinal statement and Declaration of Christian Community.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Ability to pass a criminal background check

Ability to instruct student work force in proper use of all tools, lifting techniques, and repair of equipment

Knowledge of basic lawn, shrub and flower growth and care

Knowledge of basic lawn, shrub and flower equipment

Ability to pass a background check upon hire and periodically throughout the course of employment

Working Conditions:
Mental/Motor Demand Factors:

The ability to demonstrate self-direction and concentration approximately 75% of the time

The ability to demonstrate time awareness, independent action, mechanical skill, estimating skill, memory, and problem solving skill approximately 60% of the time

Physical Demand Factors:
The ability to walk approximately 65% of the time, sit approximately 30% of the time and stand approximately 5% of the time

The ability lift, while stationary, up to 100 pounds approximately 60% of the time and carry, while moving, up to 100 pounds approximately 60% of the time

The ability to balance, stoop, kneel, crouch, reach, handle, drive, demonstrate depth perception, far, accommodation and field of vision approximately 75% of the time

The ability to climb, talk, hear, demonstrate near and color vision approximately 60% of the time

Environmental Condition Factors:
The ability to work outside, with mechanical equipment and dirt/dust approximately 75% of the time

The ability to work alone or with others, in extreme hot/cold, with pressurized equipment, radian energy, moving objects and with fumes/odors approximately 60% of the time

Working Environment:
The work environment involves working in a suburban, Christian university, working alongside those with a demonstrated commitment and personal relationship with Jesus Christ and a commitment to the mission and values of the University and an agreement to abide by all University policies.

The aforementioned statements are not intended to encompass all functions and qualifications of the position; rather, they are intended to provide a general framework of the requirements of the position.  Job incumbents may be required to perform other functions not specifically addressed in this job description.

Contact or send Resume to:
JEFF HINTZ
Grounds & Vehicle Manager
University of Northwestern
St. Paul, MN
Phone (651)592-5237
Fax (651)628-2074

jdhintz2@unwsp.edu



 

JUNE 2018
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PARKS MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR

City of Shoreview has an immediate opening for a full-time Maintenance Supervisor position in our Parks & Recreation Dept. Duties include administration and management of City parks operations, supervision of work crew, secure quotes and supervise contractor/vendor work, enforcing safety standards, contact with the public, scheduling equipment/resources. Minimum 5 yrs maintenance exp, 2 yrs supervisory exp, valid CDL license, HS diploma or equiv, ability to lift/move 50-100 lbs.

Starting salary range: $71,178-$74,006 annually plus excellent benefits.

For more info and to apply, go to our website at shoreviewmn.gov, scroll down and click on the Jobs box. Deadline: 12 noon, Monday, June 18, 2018. EOE

For further information contact: 

Julie Pelton at 651-490-4619

City of Shoreview

4600 North Victoria Street

Shoreview, MN  55126


JUNE 2018

APRIL 2018

INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT 197

POSITION DESCRIPTION

POSITION TITLE: Grounds Foreman

REPORTS TO:  Director of Operations and the Facilities Manager

SUPERVISES:  District grounds maintenance staff 

JOB GOAL: To effectively plan, manage, and supervise the school district’s grounds and grounds maintenance staff.

 

 GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES:                

●        Make recommendations and assist in the hiring and performance evaluations of district grounds maintenance staff

●        Directing the work of other grounds maintenance staff and verifying the tasks are completed

●        Supervise the maintenance and upkeep of all District school grounds

●        Supervise, schedule, assign and direct the work of grounds staff

●        Prepare specifications for the purchase of new equipment

●        Maintain maintenance and repair records on all equipment

●        Assist Athletic Director and coaches in purchasing, scheduling, handling and maintaining outdoor athletic equipment

●        Supervise the maintenance and repair of all grounds equipment

●        Assist in the development of the district maintenance budget and monitor maintenance expenses

●        Operate grounds equipment as required to accomplish objectives

●        Supervise, schedule and assign work for summer and winter requirements

●        Provide technical expertise in the area of turf, outdoor athletic equipment, grounds equipment, shrub, tree and other related landscape maintenance, repair and upkeep

●        Establish preventative and predictive maintenance schedules and prioritize maintenance projects district wide

●        Perform other related duties delegated to accomplish the objectives of the total School District.

●        Other duties as assigned

 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

●        Minnesota Commercial, Class B vehicle operator’s license. Current licensure is required at all times. Clean Minnesota driving record (Verification will be required)

●        5 years experience in grounds operations, snow removal, maintenance and upkeep in a commercial setting

●        Practical knowledge of turf, soils, fertilizers, pesticides.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:

●        Current A & E Pesticide Applicators License, within 6 months

●        Experience in athletic field layout and set up

●        Directly related post-secondary education may be substituted on a year for year basis for the grounds experience

 

SALARY: $56,000 plus overtime

WORK YEAR:                                     260 days (12-month position)

Apply Online at: https://www.applitrack.com/isd197/onlineapp/default.aspx?Category=Custodial
 


 

 























 



MISSION STATEMENT


The Minnesota Park and Sports Turf Managers Association serves the entire Minnesota Park and Sports Turf industry.
The mission of the MPSTMA is to encourage the collection and dissemination of scientific, educational and applied
knowledge through association with those persons engaged in, and who are concerned with, the construction,
maintenance and use of park and sports turf areas for high quality and safe playing conditions.


Minnesota Park and Sports Turf Managers Association
P. O. Box 617, Wayzata, MN 55391
Phone: 952-473-3722