The City of Burlingame is accepting applications for a part-time Building Attendant. This is a casual part-time position under the general supervision who will work in the Burlingame Community Center to support its operations.
As needed: Private rentals
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: (include but are not limited to the following)
Opens the building; answers the telephone; takes registration over the phone or in person; answers questions and takes messages; helps with audiovisual setup and takedown; during rentals, ensure customers adhere to the building rental policies and provide a final walk-through report for the facility supervisor; sets up and tears down tables, chairs, and equipment, etc. throughout the facility; performs general maintenance and janitorial duties; sells items in lobby gallery, tickets and other items; secures and closes building.
Knowledge of: Operation of a community center; department rules and policies; availability of current classes; basic mathematical functions; janitorial work (including but not limited to: glass and wall cleaning, dusting, trash pickup, restroom clean up, emptying of trash cans, cleaning of kitchen, etc.).
Ability to: Work independently, learn quickly, perform heavy manual labor; work extremely well with others, including customers, staff, contractors, and volunteers; explain policies and procedures clearly and concisely; read and understand English;
Skills: Ability to use office equipment including copy machine, calculator and personal computer, and keyboarding skills.
QUALIFICATIONS: (The following are minimal qualifications necessary for entry into the classification.)
Education and/or Experience:
Sufficient experience and education to perform the above duties, which is typically obtained through sufficient maturity to perform these duties in a trustworthy manner.
PHYSICAL, MENTAL, AND ENVIRONMENTAL WORKING CONDITIONS:
Perform heavy manual labor, including bending and stooping; ability to explain recreation programs and policies with tact; calmly deal with difficult people and with people of different cultures. Minor analysis of situations and adopting effective courses of action.
Interested candidates must submit a completed on-line employment application. Resumes in lieu of a completed application will not be accepted. Applications can be obtained on-line at https://www.calopps.org/burlingame/job-20239414.
Faxes will not be accepted. This recruitment is open until filled and may close at any time.
Applications will be reviewed daily for neatness, accuracy, completion, relevant education, experience and training. The most qualified applicants will be invited to participate in a department interview.
PRIOR TO APPOINTMENT
Candidates will be required to:
- pass a fingerprint check submitted to the Department of Justice
- comply with The Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986 and provide proof of identity and authorization to work in the United States at date of hire
*The City has adopted a COVID-19 vaccination policy.
Prior to beginning employment, covered workers hired on or after January 21, 2022 must submit certification that they are Fully Vaccinated for COVID-19 (including type of vaccine obtained and date(s) of the doses), unless they have an approved exemption. Covered workers hired on or after January 21, 2022 who have received the first series of vaccination (meaning they received the second dose in a two-dose COVID-19 series or the single dose COVID-19 vaccine) but who are not yet eligible for a booster vaccine will be allowed to serve the City until their booster vaccine eligibility date. However, covered workers who do not obtain a booster vaccination by their eligibility date (and who have not requested a temporary deferral or medical or religious exemption) will be subject to normal disciplinary process, up to and including separation for City service in accordance with the policy.
Covered workers may request to be exempted from this vaccination requirement and instead be
approved for one or more alternative measure(s) as a reasonable accommodation if they:
1. Have a contraindication recognized by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and
Prevention (CDC) or by the vaccine’s manufacturer to every approved COVID-19
vaccine. A contraindication means a condition that makes vaccination inadvisable; or
2. Have a disability and are requesting an exception as a reasonable accommodation; or,
3. Object to COVID-19 vaccination based on their sincerely-held religious belief,
practice, or observance.
Covered workers requesting a medical/disability exemption will be required to provide a
completed Certification from their Health Care Provider with their request. The City will review the covered worker’s request for temporary or permanent medical, disability, and religious exemptions on a case-by-case basis consistent with procedures for reasonable accommodation requests pursuant to Federal and state law. During the interactive process the covered worker shall continue to wear a face covering and abide by the Mandatory Testing policy for unvaccinated employees.
If a covered worker’s request for exemption is not approved, or if they cannot be reasonably
accommodated, they must become Partially or Fully Vaccinated (and provide proof of vaccination
to the Human Resources Department as provided above) within fourteen (14) calendar days after
receiving notice that their exemption has been denied, and must be Fully Vaccinated (and provide
proof of vaccination to the Human Resources Department as provided above) no later than six (6)
weeks after they were notified that the request for exemption was not approved.*
The City of Burlingame is an Equal Opportunity Employer and as such does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, religion, ancestry, physical or mental disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or national origin in its employment actions, decisions, policies, and practices. The duties described in this job announcement are intended only as illustrations of the various types of work that may be performed. The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from the position if the work is similar, related or a logical assignment to the position. This job announcement does not constitute an employment agreement between the employer and employee and is subject to change by the employer as the needs of the employer and requirements of the job change.