|Filing Deadline||3/30/2017 11:59:00 PM|
|Salary||$18.52 - $26.37/hour; $3,210.13 - $4,570.80/month; $38,521.60 - $54,849.60/year|
|Type of Recruitment||Open|
An employee in this class is responsible for acting in a lead capacity and performing assignments which relate to locating various utility systems. The employee is required to function as supervisor on a temporary basis, as well as provide general assistance as needed to the supervisor in day-to-day operations. Under general supervision, employees perform tasks which are of average difficulty requiring exercise of initiative and independent judgment. Tasks may also include performing inspections and making measurements of observations, gathering data and information, and keeping various records. Work is generally outdoors and may occur during moderately adverse conditions to include weather, traffic, dampness, exposure to storm water and waste water flows and atmospheres. Work is reviewed while in progress and upon completion through observation, documents and reports submitted, and results obtained.
Working knowledge of: construction practices and techniques; construction trades; safety practices in the construction industry; basic mathematics; use of computers; utility as-builts, utility maps, construction plans; and the Damage Prevention Guide published by Sunshine State One Call of Florida, Inc. as well as Chapter 556, Florida Statutes.
Some knowledge of: methods and techniques of engineering; municipal rules, regulations and ordinances relating to construction and landscaping activities; inspection practices and procedures; MS Word, Outlook, Google Earth, and ArcGIS mapping software; and the Damage Prevention Guide published by Sunshine State One Call of Florida, Inc. as well as Chapter 556, Florida Statutes.
Ability to: reach a logical conclusion; coordinate activities with others; follow moderately complex instructions and procedures; read and comprehend codes and requirements; read dials and gauges; lift and carry equipment for periods of short duration but repeatedly over the course of a day (occasionally requires heavy lifting); complete standard forms; perform mathematical computations rapidly and accurately; read and interpret engineering plans and specifications; prepare oral and written reports and maintain accurate records; interact, establish and maintain effective working relationships with other employees, officials and the general public; adhere to the guidelines of Sunshine State One Call of Florida; and Chapter 556 of the Florida Statutes.
Graduation from an accredited high school and with one (1) year of experience in utility locating, including 6 (six) months lead or supervisory experience; or an equivalent combination of training and experience.
Possession of a valid Florida driver’s license.
ACES National or International Certification is preferred.