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Kansas Department of Transportation* Equipment Operator in Overland Park, Kansas

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DA 281-2 (Special) State of Kansas Department of Administration


Position Description

Read each heading carefully before proceeding. Make statements simple, brief, and complete. Be certain the form is signed.

Send the original to KDOT Bureau of Personnel Services.


PART I - Position Information 276

1. Agency Name

KS Dept. of Transportation

9. Position Number


10. Budget Program Number

2. Employee Name (leave blank if position vacant) 11. Present Civil Service Title/FLSA code (if exsisting postion)

Equipment Operator UNCL / Non-Exempt

(Equipment Operator working title)

Position #

3. Division


12. Proposed Civil Service Title

4. Section

District For use by Personnel Office

5. Unit


13. (a) Allocation (b) FLSA code

6. Location (address where employee works)

City: County:

14. Effective Date

7. (Check appropriate items) 15. By Approved

Full time X Regular X 100%

Part time Temp

16. Audit Date:




8. Regular hours of work:

FROM: 8:00 AM TO: 4:30 PM

17. Position Review Date:




PART II -- Organizational Information

18. (a) Briefly describe why this position exists. (What is the purpose, goal or mission of this position?) (b) If this is a request to

reallocate a position, briefly describe the reorganization, reassignment of work, new function added by law or other factors which

change the duties and responsibilities of the position.

Maintains highways and facilities through activities such as repairs, resurfacing, mowing, and snow and ice control.

19. Who is the supervisor of the position? (Who assigns work, conducts performance reviews, gives directions, answers questions and is

directly in charge?)

Name Civil Service Title KDOT/SHARP Position Number

20. a) How much latitude is allowed the employee in completing the work? b) What kinds of instructions, methods and guidelines are

given to the employee in this position to help do the work? c) State how and in what detail work assignments are made.

a) Minimal until they reach full performance.

b) Verbal instruction and duty assignments.

c) Work assignments and instructions are simple in nature from supervisor and supplemented with guidelines found in various manuals

and directives.

d) Check the statement which best describes the results of error in action or decision of the employee:

Minimal property damage, minor injury and/or minor disruption of the flow of work.

Moderate loss of time, injury, damage and/or adverse impact on health and welfare of others.

Major program failure, major property loss and/or serious injury.

Loss of life and/or disruption of operations of a major agency.

Give examples:

Loss of time generally would affect others on the crew. A mistake in signing could result in loss of property and be life

threatening. Improper use of equipment results in down time and repair cost.

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21. Describe the work of this position using this page or one additional page only. Use the following format for describing job duties:

What is the action being done (use an action verb)? To whom or what is the action directed (object of action)? Why is the action being done

(describe the expected result or outcome)? *How is the action being done (describe the manner, methods, techniques or procedures by which the task

is currently performed). For each task state: Who reviews it? How often? What is it reviewed for? Number each task, indicate percent of time and

identify each function as essential or marginal by placing an E or M next to the % of time for each task. Essential Functions are the primary job duties

for which the position was created (see 18a) and that an employee must be able to perform, with or without reasonable accommodation. A marginal

function is a peripheral, incidental or minimal part of the position.

No. % E/M

1. 20 E

2. 15 E

3. 15 E

4. 10 E

5. 10 E

6. 10 E

7. 5 E

8. 5 E

9. 5 E

10. 5 M


This position is a member of a Subarea Crew, which normally maintains all KDOT facilities in an approximate one county

area. Duties include operation of light and medium duty equipment regularly and heavy equipment occasionally as

necessary. Duties include performing a variety of manual labor type tasks.

Operates miscellaneous maintenance equipment such as chain saws, weedeaters, pumps, compressors, jackhammers,

generators, power tools, and uses various ha