Streets Maintenance Worker
Unleash your potential with the City of Manassas! This program offers a career ladder that invests in the success of the incumbent, leading to professional growth in a stable and rewarding career. This is the perfect opportunity for an individual who enjoys working outside with a variety of projects and tasks. If you are a driven and safety-oriented individual with keen attention to detail, apply today! Join a dynamic team of dedicated individuals!
The Streets Maintenance Worker is responsible for performing, manual work functions associated with construction and maintenance of City streets/roads, utilities, and public facilities.
The rate for this position is $17.93 per hour.
This is a full-time, benefited position that offers Virginia Retirement System benefits, 13 paid holidays, generous annual and sick leave, health insurance, employee assistance program, deferred compensation, access to the Prince William County Employees Credit Union, and several exciting work perks! Tuition reimbursement is also available for eligible employees.
Essential Job Functions
The selected candidate will be able to adhere to established safety procedures: flags and directs traffic; places markers, signs and cones around project/work site to ensure safety of crew and the traveling public; and follows safety practices and wears protective gear.
Performs manual and semi-skilled work associated with road construction, maintenance and repair projects, which may include repairing roads/asphalt, patching holes, compacting road surfaces, maintaining drainage systems, installing/repairing pipe, constructing/repairing ditches, clearing drainage obstructions, clearing ditches/gutters, breaking up pipes and concrete, mixing cement, constructing sidewalks and driveways, cutting pipes, installing fences, spreading asphalt/road materials, digging holes or trenches, shoveling materials, lifting/moving heavy materials, and flagging traffic.
Performs manual labor in support of construction and maintenance projects: excavates, and grades the sites, either manually or using small equipment; digs holes/trenches and shovels/spreads materials; participates in preparation and cleanup of the work site; move, distribute, and level paving materials (dirt, sand, gravel and base, concrete, asphalt, etc.); and assists with repair and replacement of concrete and asphalt.
Minimum Required Qualifications
High school diploma/GED
Prev. experience in construction preferred