Crew Leader

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Sarasota, FL

City of Sarasota

The City of Sarasota believes in customer service, and delivering city services to its approximately 55,000 residents is a commitment we take seriously. The City provides many services with the most recognizable ones being water, sewer, street maintenance and police protection. The quality and way these services are delivered have a direct impact on everyday life in our community and that is why the employees of the City serve with Excellence and Pride.

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Crew Leader

$21.23 - $27.07 Hourly

Overview: To determine, schedule, direct and inspect the activities of the workforce engaged in laborer activities and to assure all established schedules are maintained and responded to in a timely manner.
Responsibilities: &bull; Supervises subordinates in the performance of duties. <br />&bull; Establishes work schedules to assure timely completion of work activities. <br />&bull; Operates city vehicles, trucks and/or specialization types of equipment. <br />&bull; Maintains time and work records and prepares associated reports. <br />&bull; Inspects and evaluates work of subordinates for quality and adherence to standards. <br />&bull; Documents and tracks work orders for accuracy and completeness. <br />&bull; Responsible for the quality and quantity of work completed and performed by the crew assigned. <br />&bull; Trains and coaches the employees on assigned crew. <br />&bull; Provides input and insight on performance levels and developmental needs of employees on assigned crew to be included in performance appraisals. <br />&bull; Responsible for ensuring the safe and efficient operation of the equipment assigned to crew, including the regular checking of tires, oil, fuel, brakes, hydraulic lines, steering and other specified items and correcting any faults in the equipment. <br />&bull; Responsible for remaining knowledgeable and certified, if required for position, in the specialized discipline in which the labor and trade work is performed. <br />&bull; May perform strenuous work in a variety of weather conditions including high heat conditions. <br />&bull; May standby for and answer emergency calls to repair equipment on an "on call, 24 hour per day" basis. <br />&bull; The intent of this class description is to provide a representative summary of the types of duties and responsibilities that will be required of classifications given this title and shall not be construed as a declaration of the specific duties and responsibilities of any particular position. Incumbent may be required to perform job-related tasks other than those specifically presented in this job description
Requirements: <span style="text-decoration: underline;"><strong>Minimum Qualifications:</strong></span><br /><br />&bull; High School Diploma or GED. <br />&bull; Five years experience in public works or construction at the journeyman level. <br />&bull; Possess and maintain a Class "B" or higher State of Florida Commercial Driver's License (CDL).<br />&bull; Possess and maintain MOT Intermediate Certification. <br />&bull; Sixteen hours of supervisory training within 6 months. A ssignment Specific Requirements: <br />&bull; Tanker Endorsement, assignment in Distribution or Collection, Control Systems, Facility Maintenance, Plant &amp; Lift Stations Maintenance. <br />&bull; C License in water, wastewater or reclaimed water distribution, assignment in Distribution or Collections. <br />&bull; BOMA Maintenance Tech Certification or equivalent, assignment in Facility Maintenance. <br />&bull; C License or ISA Certified as Industrial Maint Mechanic, assignment in Plant &amp; Lift Station Maintenance. <br />&bull; ISA CCST Level I, assignment in Control Systems. <br />&bull; Level II Traffic Signal Certifications, assignment in Traffic Control. <br />&bull; Maintenance of asphalt coursework from University of Wisconsin or American Public Works Association, assignment in Streets and Highways.<br /><br /><strong><span style="text-decoration: underline;">Job Based Competencies:</span></strong><br /><br />&bull; Experience in the supervision of semi-skilled and skilled technicians in routine work, including experience in the field of specialization to which assigned. <br />&bull; Ability to read and interpret technical manuals, sketches, drawings, blueprints and maps. <br />&bull; Ability and knowledge necessary to make mechanical and electrical repairs and adjustments, and to field service Heavy Construction equipment. <br />&bull; Skill in the use and care of the tools, materials and equipment of the trade areas or of medium and heavy maintenance equipment. <br />&bull; Ability to receive and understand oral and written orders and execute those orders effectively. <br />&bull; Ability to give oral and written orders clearly and ensure those orders are followed effectively. <br />&bull; Knowledge of desktop computer systems, equipment and software, including spreadsheet, database, word processing and similar software programs. <br />&bull; Ability to prepare and present complete and accurate reports on work activities. <br />&bull; Ability to work overtime and/or be on call. <br />&bull; Ability to respond calmly and effectively in emergency situations.<br />