Public Works Maintenance Worker
The City of Wyoming is accepting applications for Maintenance Worker I. Requirements include a high school diploma or equivalent; valid state driver’s license, prefer commercial driver’s license or it must be obtained within 18 months from appointment date; willingness and ability to perform regular lifting of up to fifty pounds; to work in adverse conditions such as in confined and awkward spaces, in heavy traffic, and in all types of weather as required; ability to work closely with others in a team environment; and to interact well with the public. Emergency call-ins and overtime work required when needed. The position performs various unskilled and skilled duties including but not limited to grass mowing, ballfield preparation and maintenance, repair and maintenance of storm sewers/catch basins and curbs, pothole repairs, concrete pouring and finishing, crack sealing, basic plumbing, electric, and drywall, water main and fire hydrant repair and installation, tree and shrub trimming, planting, and removal, snow and ice control, and curbside leaf removal. Must be familiar with a variety of equipment including but not limited to backhoe, leaf machine, commercial mowers, bucket truck, bobcat with attachments, hand tools and power tools such as chainsaw, power saw, hammer, shovel, etc. Prior experience with landscaping or construction preferred. The department serves a community of approximately 8,400 residents.
Salary and Fringe Benefits: Starting pay is $19.09 to $24.87 per hour depending on skills, qualifications, and experience plus Ohio Public Employers Pension Pick Up of employees 10% required contribution and a comprehensive fringe benefit package. Current benefits as defined in the 2021-2023 AFSCME contract and City Personnel Ordinance include health insurance; dental, hearing, and vision insurance; life insurance; supplemental critical illness, accident, voluntary life, legal, and identity theft insurance available; twelve paid holidays per year; paid vacation leave; four paid personal leave days per year; bereavement leave; ten hours of sick pay earned per month with conversion to vacation ability and conversion to cash ability at retirement; longevity pay upon evidence of merit annually after completion of defined years of service; tuition reimbursement; Ohio Public Employee Pension Plan and City pick up of employee’s required 10% contribution; uniforms and boots; wellness program; Employee Assistance Program; participation in Deferred Compensation Plan; Recreation Center and Aquatic Center memberships; and ability to receive additional hourly pay for acquiring and retaining certifications as outlined in the current AFSCME contract.
Interested candidates must complete a City of Wyoming employment application either online or by submitting to Karen Zeilman, Director of Administration, 800 Oak Avenue, Cincinnati, OH 45215 or by email to email@example.com with Maintenance Worker in the subject line along with completing the Maintenance Worker checklist also available on the City’s website or by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org. Both a completed application and the checklist must be returned by 3 pm on October 11, 2023 to be considered for this position. The City is not responsible for electronic transmission errors, USPS delays, etc. The City employment application, Maintenance Worker checklist, job description, AFSCME contract for 2021-2023 contract years and 2024-2026 contract years, benefit description, and 2023 Personnel Ordinance; or application packets can be picked up at the City Building, 800 Oak Avenue.
The City of Wyoming is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. We strongly encourage diversity in our workplace and do not discriminate on the basis of race/color/religion/sex/national origin/veteran/disability/age/sexual orientation/gender identity or any other characteristic protected by law. Successful candidate required to pass a background check and drug screening.
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Have you considered becoming a part time paramedic, but need more information? Wyoming Fire & EMS offers its members a diverse and dynamic working environment. In addition, the department offers weekly drills and various special trainings throughout the year. Applications can be filled out online or printed and turned in Chief Brown or District Chief Wilson at 600 Grove Avenue with a Police Clerk.
- Flexible scheduling
- 12 hour shifts: 0600-1800 and 1800-0600
- OPERS retirement system
- Ohio Paramedic Certification
- Valid driver's license
- BLS and ACLS Certifications
- Applicant must be able to work select weekends, nights, and holidays
The City of Wyoming is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. We strongly encourage diversity in our workplace and do not discriminate on the basis of race/color/religion/sex/national origin/veteran/disability/age/sexual orientation/gender identity or any other characteristic protected by law.