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The City of Lathrop is accepting applications for Facility Attendants. This is a continuous recruitment. Applications received will be held on file for six (6) months from the date received. There is a supplemental questionnaire for this position. You will be required to provide a response by selecting the position(s) that you are interested in.
The City of Lathrop Department of Parks and Recreation is currently recruiting for a Facility Attendant.
The Custodian works under minimal supervision and incumbents are expected to perform the full realm of custodial duties which include a variety of facility cleaning procedures and techniques.
The work schedule will be based on the needs of the department; working no more than 28 hours per week, not to exceed 999 hours in a fiscal year (July 1 thru June 30). The hours worked will be anytime between
6:00 AM to 11:30 PM, Mondays–Sundays. This is a temporary at-will position and does not offer benefits. Hourly rate is determined based on experience.
Please see the job description and announcement below.
Under supervision, performs skilled and semiskilled work in the operation of the City’s wastewater treatment plant on an assigned shift involving responsibility for the operation, maintenance, servicing, and care of a variety of electrical motors, gas engines, valves, vacuum pumps, and other equipment, and performs related work as assigned.
The Deputy Public Works Director/City Engineer will work closely with the Public Works Director, the Deputy Public Works Director/Operations, departmental staff, and management of the City to provide a wide range of comprehensive services to the organization. This position assists in the management and day-to-day operation of the engineering divisions, serves as the City’s Chief Engineer, and acts in the absence of the Public Works Director. The Deputy Director directly supervises the activities of the engineering services, capital, and sustainability divisions, as well as transit and eme