Part-time Sign Maintenance Worker @ City of Little Rock
- Company: City of Little Rock
- Updated: 9/14/2018
- Location: Little Rock
- Status: Part-Time
- Salary: $24,835.00 - $34,861.00 Annually
- Job Level: Entry Level
- Region: Central
- Category: General Employment
APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS: On-Line applications only.
Apply online at LRJobs.net.
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*** This position closes 9/25/2018 11:59 PM Central****
Position Information/Description: To install, repair and maintain traffic control and informational signs and pavement markings.
Minimum Qualifications and Additional Requirements: These knowledge, skills, and abilities are usually, although not always, acquired through completion of one (1) year of experience in manual labor. Equivalent combinations of education and experience will be considered.
Essential Job Functions: Installs, removes and repairs traffic control and informational signs and pavement markings; operates hand tools and power tools to remove obstructions from areas around signs as necessary.
Selects and loads signs, materials and equipment as directed by a Leader or by written work orders.
Serves as backup to the Leader during absences by driving assigned truck to the work site and completing daily reports.
Drives escort vehicle accompanying paint or thermoplastic striping equipment; sets safety cones or directs traffic at the work sites.
Loads paint or thermoplastic striping material into the striping equipment; removes and replaces empty fuel containers for burners or traffic striping equipment.
Operates painting equipment to paint traffic lane lines; applies glass beads by hand to the paint and special purpose markings such as islands and curbs.
Completes special project assignments by operating sign fabrication equipment in the sign shop.
Performs daily checks of fuel, oil and other fluid in assigned vehicles before operating.
Operates a computer utilizing specialized sign design and fabrication software.
Operates a City pool automobile in the performance of essential job functions.