- 23-Jun-2021 to Until Filled (CST)
- University City, MO, USA
- Full Time
The Parks Crew Leader is a key component to managing the infrastructure and natural assets of the parks, recreation and forestry system, as well as other public spaces. The purpose of this skilled position is to oversee construction, maintenance and repair of City parks, facilities, trails, and other city-owned properties. Responsibilities include planning and administering construction and maintenance, managing operations, ensuring safety, developing and complying with standards and conducting and documenting inspections.
The Parks Crew Leader is a working position that is responsible for completing a variety of tasks relating to construction and maintenance with the goal of maintaining and improving the city's parks, facilities, trails and other city-owned properties. The Crew Leader ensures that efforts adhere to city ordinance, codes, policies, and national standards; and works under the direction of the Parks Supervisor. Direct subordinants may include Parks Maintenance Technicians, Parks Grounds Technicians, Parks Maintenance Workers, Part-Time Laborers, contractors and volunteers. May serve as the Parks Supervisor in his/her absence.
- Graduation from high school or equivalent.
- L-TAP Road Scholar certifications/designations are desired.
- NIMS certifications are desired.
Responsible for following all prescribed safety rules and regulations; and utilizing and wearing appropriate safety gear. Follows and upholds City and departmental rules, regulations, policies and procedures. Reports to work free from the effects of drugs/controlled substances and/or alcohol, and free from impairment due to prescription drugs. Maintains regular attendance. The City reserves the right to require an employee in this position to work overtime including during emergency situations (defined as any natural or man-made disaster that may or may not necessitate the relocation of City personnel or citizens). In the event of an emergency and/or a required evacuation, the incumbent may be required to remain at work to provide needed services or perform essential duties for the benefit of the general public including services or duties different from those performed in the normal course and scope of the position.