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Saline County Maintenance Assistant - Expo Center in Salina, Kansas

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Maintenance Assistant - Expo

Closes On: June 30, 2024 at 02:50 PM CST

Job Status: Not Specified

Details: Open Until Filled

Salary Information

Maintenance Assistant I Requires Class C Drivers License GRADE: 9N \$17.45/hr Step 3 to \$23.51/hr Step 20,

Depending on qualifications.

Maintenance Assistant II Requires Class A or B CDL Drivers License or acquire Category 6 and 9A licensing by the

Plant Health Division of the State Department of Agriculture: 10N \$19.20/hr Step 4 to \$24.81/hr Step 20 , Depending on


Maintenance Assistant III Requires both Class A or B CDL Drivers License with tanker endorsement and s Category 6 &

9A licensed by the Kansas State Department of Agriculture: GRADE: 11N \$20.08/hr Step 4 to \$25.81/hr Step 20,

Depending on qualifications.

Job Duties

Assist with setting up and tearing down for events in Expo Center facilities. Preparation for events may include unlocking

and securing buildings, preparing stage, putting up drop cords, and cleaning restrooms and facilities. Be familiar with

facilities and available to open and close events and be scheduled to work as needed. Must be able to work

independently. Scooping and cleaning livestock stalls. Assist in general labor and ground maintenance including grass

mowing, cleaning, trash disposal and painting. Perform building maintenance, preparing water to be turned on in the

spring and shut off in the fall and general maintenance assigned at Expo Center and other County facilities. Perform

general plumbing and electrical repairs. Perform maintenance on tractors, pickups, utility vehicles and trailers. Operate

welders, grinders and miscellaneous shop equipment. Check fluid levels, hydraulics, gauges on equipment, vehicles and

machinery. Report to Supervisor if service is needed. May assist with inspections for noxious weeds or assist with

surveying areas in the County. May sell chemicals to the public excluding restricted pesticides. Perform duties in a safe

manner and follow County safety policies and rules. Wear protective equipment as specified in safety rules. Must wear

steel-toed boots. Operate equipment and vehicles with appropriate license in a safe manner, especially working in close

proximity with public, livestock and co-workers.

Minimum Qualifications

1. Must have a High School diploma or the equivalent. Any combination of education and experience

approved by the Director may be substituted for the High School diploma or the equivalent.

2. Must have at a minimum a valid Class C Driver\'s License and be insurable under Saline County\'s fleet insurance


3. Must have general knowledge of small engine, vehicle, and tractor maintenance.

4. Must be able to work without close supervision.

5. Must be able to work weekends, nights and holidays as needed.

6. Requires outdoor work year-round.

7. Must be able to deal with the public in a congenial manner on a daily basis.

Physical Requirements

Determined Work Level: Level 4 Heavy Work **will accept applicants at 3.50 exerting in excess of 100 pounds of force

occasionally, and/or in excess of 50 pounds of force frequently, and/or in excess of 20 pounds of force constantly.

Possess eye/hand/foot coordination sufficient to drive vehicle. Must have fine and gross manual dexterity to operate hand

tools and equipment necessary to perform general labor duties.

Veteran\'s Preference

Former military personnel or their spouse that have been verified as a veteran under K.S.A. 73-201 will receive an

interview if they meet the minimum qualifications of the position and successfully pass any required pre-employment

testing or any requirements such as licensing. The veterans\' p reference laws do not guarantee the veteran a job.

Positions are filled with the best qualified candidate as determined by the hiring officials. To be successful, the expectation

is that a candidate will be able to competently perform the routine tasks of the position with limited supervision by the end

of the probationary period of covered positions.

Veteran\'s Preference Notice

Veteran\'s Preference Eligibility Request Form