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City of Lakewood Variable Traffic Engineering Seasonal Laborer II in City of Lakewood, Colorado

Variable Traffic Engineering Seasonal Laborer II

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Variable Traffic Engineering Seasonal Laborer II

Salary

$15.00 Hourly

Location

City of Lakewood, CO

Job Type

Variable Part-Time

Department

Department of Public Works

Job Number

R0121 - April 2021

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Job Summary

City of Lakewood's Statement of Excellence

The City of Lakewood is dedicated to upholding City values to include: Performance Excellence, Leadership, Respect and Collaboration. Best fit candidates will demonstrate innovation, customer service, dedication, passion and engagement. All people, citizens and employees, will be treated with respect, relevance, and importance.

JOB SUMMARY

Works in a seasonal capacity for the Signs and Markings crew in the Traffic Engineering Division Mon-Thurs 6:30 am to 5:00 pm. Occasionally, Mon-Fri 7:30 am to 4:00 pm hours may be necessary. Overtime and/or weekend hours are possible.

Major Tasks, Duties, and Responsibilities

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

Installs traffic control signs.

Prepares or assists in the preparation of equipment for pavement marking and sign installation.

Assists in the layout and painting of parking lots.

Assists in the installation of pavement markings.

Assists in placing guide markers for painting street lane lines.

Assists in the removal of non-conforming traffic lines with a grinder.

Assists in the sign shop with the sign fabrication/manufacture process (weeding, transferring, rolling material onto aluminum as needed).

Completes work logs of materials used, task completed, and crews performing tasks.

Maintains equipment when needed.

Maintains organized work area.

Drives City vehicle and tows trailer.

Performs pre and post trip inspections on equipment.

Sets up safe work sites including proper use of cones, signs and traffic control.

Works independently and as part of a team; follows supervisor's instructions.

Participates in weekly scheduled clean-up activities.

Must be able to interact with others in a positive manner.

Requires regular and prompt attendance.

Performs all other duties as assigned.

IMPORTANT FUNCTIONS

Assists signal crews as requested by supervisor.

Works with other Departments, Divisions, and outside agencies to coordinate work efforts.

ORGANIZATIONAL RELATIONSHIPS

Supervision Received

Receives supervision ranging from close to general depending on the nature of the task from the Traffic Signs & Markings Supervisor or from the Traffic Signs and Markings Specialist III when appropriate.

Supervision Given

None

Essential Qualifications

ESSENTIAL QUALIFICATIONS (Knowledge, Skills and Abilities)

Experience

Minimum 18 years of age; previous work related experience preferred, but not required.

Licensure/Certification/Registration

Possession of a valid Class C driver's license and good driving record.

KSA's and Physical/Mental Reqs

Other Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

Ability to communicate effectively with other employees as well as supervisors.

Ability to work effectively as a team member.

Ability to work productively without constant supervision.

Ability to work safely and set up safe work zones.

PHYSICAL AND MENTAL REQUIREMENTS

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS

Lifting and Carrying:

Must be able to lift and/or move heavy objects such as traffic control barricades, sign blanks, sign poles, markings materials, and other miscellaneous equipment weighing up to 50 pounds; some objects have to be lifted chest high and/or placed on the floor.

Pushing and Pulling:

Must be able to push and/or pull a pallet jack with paint totes, bead totes, aluminum sign blanks, sign faces, and other miscellaneous equipment weighing up to 500 pounds. Must be able to assist in pushing and or pulling a pallet jack with above materials weighing up to 2000 pounds.

Body Positions:

Stands, kneels, squats, moves about, climbs stairs and ladders, uses keyboard; drives for extended periods of time. May work at heights up to 30 feet.

Twists, bends and reaches while holding objects.

Pounds nails, rivets, and the like into concrete, asphalt, wood, aluminum, etc.

Grips and manipulates cans of spray paint as well as a variety of tools on a daily basis.

Hearing:

Must be able to hear telephone, radio and audio equipment signals. Paint truck operations require two-way radio communications.

Must be able to hear traffic and warning signals on vehicles.

Vision:

Must have good hand/eye coordination for sign making, sign installation and painting operations.

Uses vision to drive and to notice hazards while working.

MENTAL REQUIREMENTS

Mathematics:

Requires ability to perform simple mathematical calculations to determine quantities of materials used.

Language Ability:

Must be able to communicate effectively among team members and public contacts in the field.

Reasoning:

Must use judgement to determine when to work independently and when to ask for direction.

WORK ENVIRONMENT

Performs work outdoors under adverse weather conditions.

Performs work that involves frequent exposure to loud noise and vibrations, smog, dust, machinery, heavy equipment, traffic hazards and heavy traffic.

Work involves high degree of public visibility.

Work involves contact with employees inside and outside the work unit as well as the public.

Performs work that involves exposure to and handling of paint and chemical agents.

EQUIPMENT USED

Band saws

Cellular telephone

Chemicals, paints, solvents

Forklift

Grinder

Hand tools (i.e., hammers, wrenches, compressor, power wrenches)

Paint and gas pumps

Paint machine/paint truck

Pallet jack

Personal computer and keyboard

Pionjar

Post Puller

Two-way Radio

Saws

Sign making software and plotter/cutter

Telephone

Tweezers

Equipment Trailer

City Vehicles

Variable Part-Time employees receive limited benefits, including a pension plan. Medical and dental care are not provided.

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SPECIAL PROCESS NOTE: If you proceed through the interview, criminal background check, and contingent job offer processes for this position you will be given detailed instructions on how to schedule the required post-offer physical examination that will determine your ability to perform the essential physical functions of the position. There will be no charge to you for this exam and you will work directly with the local medical provider to schedule your examination. We strive to make this process as efficient as possible and if you are moved to this phase of the process we appreciate anything you can do to schedule your appointment as soon as you are directed to do so. Thank you in advance.

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Do you have a valid drivers license and a good driving record?

  • Yes

  • No

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    If you are not a Colorado resident are you willing to relocate?

  • I am a Colorado Resident

  • Yes I will relocate

  • No I will not relocate

    Required Question

Agency

City of Lakewood (CO)

Address

480 S. Allison Parkway Lakewood, Colorado, 80226

Phone

303-987-7700

Website

http://www.lakewood.org

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