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Temporary Maintenance Worker – Parks & Roadsides
Perform a variety of general maintenance services for parks and roadsides and other areas as assigned within the Town.
- This is a part-time temporary, non-benefitted position.
- Flexible schedule up to 29 hours per week, which may include weekend work; not-to-exceed 950 hours per calendar year.
SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND EXERCISED
City of St. Helena, California
Maintenance Worker I/II - Bocce DOQ
Parks & Trees Division
Maintenance Worker I/II DOQ—Bocce
MWI $50,954 - $61,934 ($24.50 - $29.78 hourly)* plus benefits
MWII $56,754 - $66,127 ($26.98 - $32.75 hourly)* plus benefit
Maintenance Worker I
Town of Danville
MAINTENANCE WORKER I/II
Maintenance Services Department
The Town will hire either a Maintenance Worker I or Maintenance Worker II depending on the candidate's qualifications.
MAINTENANCE WORKER I
Salary Range: $3,482 - $4,770
The City of Campbell announces an employment opportunity for:
Building Maintenance Worker
Open Date: Wednesday, January 15, 2020
Close Date: This position will close once 50 applications are recieved, or on Wednesday, January 29, 2020 at 5:00 p.m., whichever occurs first.
Salary: $6,439.33 - $7,836.40 per month
(An increase of 2.5% will be effective February 2020)
Maintenance Worker I- $57,166.20 - $69,485.87 DOE
Maintenance Worker II- $64,646.40 - $78,578.10 DOE
Performs a variety of routine, heavy, unskilled, semiskilled and skilled manual tasks by operating light and heavy equipment in the Maintenance Department. Usually works on a crew, but may work alone on special assignments.
SMART is the San Francisco Bay Area's newest transit system serving Marin and Sonoma counties. We began revenue service in August 2017 and were the first new railroad in the country to begin service with Positive Train Control installed. We are seeking experienced and motivated individuals who enjoy the challenge of creating new processes and systems. Under direction, the Signal Technician is responsible for maintenance and repair of grade crossing warning devices, signaling and SMART's Positive Train Control system, rail safety communication systems and car borne signal components.