The City of Woodland offers a competitive total compensation package including:
- Starting income ranging from $22.19 to $32.05 per hour based on skills, training, certifications and years of experience, with regular, incremental pay increases
- Robust Retirement Program including CalPERS Retirement Plan, Retirement Health Savings Plan, choice of 457 Deferred Comp plans with a 2% City-Paid contribution
- Low-Cost & No-Cost Health Benefits, including choice of CalPERS Medical plans, and City-paid Dental Insurance, Vision insurance and Employee Assistance Program
- Paid Career Development, including City-paid Professional Growth Incentive, City-provided training & professional advancement opportunities
- Home-Life Balance, inclusive work environment and predictable work schedule, as well as paid holiday, vacation, and sick leaves
To perform a variety of semi-skilled and skilled tasks in the construction, maintenance, and repair of water lines, sewers, storm drains, and pump stations. The purpose of this recruitment is to fill multiple vacancies in the Sanitary Sewer/Storm Drainage Systems Division, as well as establish an eligibility list for future vacancies. Initial position and salary of the selected candidate will be based on previous work experience and valid licenses/certificates.
The City of Woodland is looking to fill multiple Utilities Maintenance Worker I/II positions in the Public Works Sanitary Sewer/Storm Drainage Systems Division. The Ideal Candidate for the current vacancy is someone who has a good understanding of all aspects of underground sewer/storm drain maintenance and repairs, and is familiar with the operation of light and heavy equipment. This position requires a “team player” with good interpersonal, time management, and communication skills. Candidate must be able to follow direction and display good judgment, as well as be organized, flexible, approachable, resourceful, and a positive team contributor. Current and valid distribution certifications and Class A/B commercial driver’s license are highly desirable.
Utilities Maintenance Worker I:
This is the entry level class in the Utilities Maintenance Worker series. The Utilities Maintenance Worker I may often perform many of the duties required of Utilities Maintenance Workers II but is not expected to have the depth of experience, skill level and certifications of the Utilities Maintenance Worker II. As a result, the Utilities Maintenance Worker I will have fewer opportunities to exercise independent discretion and judgment on matters related to work procedures and methods.
Utilities Maintenance Worker II:
This is the Journey level in the Utilities Maintenance Worker series. This class differs from Utilities Maintenance Worker I in that incumbent perform more complex maintenance duties including working independently, exercising judgment, and operating the full range of tools and mechanical equipment related to a specific assignment. The Utilities Maintenance Worker II may also be expected to assist in the oversight and training of less experienced personnel. Positions in this class are flexibly staffed and are normally filled by advancement from the I level, or by candidates with prior work experience elsewhere.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS
Operate a variety of light and moderately heavy construction and maintenance equipment including such pieces as a loader, dump truck, water truck, steel rollers, High Velocity Vacuum Cleaner, mole trencher, and rubber-tired tractor with all attachments in order to perform a variety of routine construction and maintenance operations. Operate fork lift as assigned and trained. Perform general maintenance and repair on water distribution and/or storm and wastewater collection facilities including installation, testing, and backfill of service laterals. Within the sewer and stormwater collections division, employees will be expected to use the Closed-Circuit Television Truck, sewer cable machine, flush sewer laterals and mains, assist in sewer tap installations, clean storm drain lines and catch basins. Within the water distribution division, employees will be expected to assist in water tap installations, install, remove, and repair water meters, hydrants, service valves, and mainline valves; take water meter and gauge readings; accurately maintain records and reports. All Utilities Maintenance Worker I/II will operate equipment and vehicles with possession of all necessary licenses and certificates, utilize proper safety precautions related to all performed work and comply with the policies and procedures in the department Injury & Illness Prevention Program (IIPP). Regular, predictable, consistent and timely attendance is an essential function of the position, in that employee must be present to work on facilities and equipment impacting the public’s health and safety.
OTHER JOB FUNCTIONS
Respond to inquiries from the general public. Prepare as built sketches, when required to convey information to engineering for graphic documentation. Check water meters for proper operation; troubleshoot registers and repair. Initiate and discontinue water service to customer accounts as directed. Operate telemetering and flow monitoring equipment. Work cooperatively with others. Perform related duties as assigned. Both Assignments will require employees to be “On Call” as needed.
Utilities Maintenance Worker I
Education: High School Diploma or equivalent. Courses in, or graduation from, the American Public Works Association’s Public Works Institute is desirable
Experience: One (1) year of experience in construction or related field.
License and Certificate: Requires possession of a California State Drinking Water Operator Certification Program (DWOCP) Grade I Water Distribution Operator (D1) and a Grade I Wastewater Collections System Maintenance certificate issued by California Water Environment Association prior to permanent appointment.
A Pipeline Assessment and Certification Program certificate issued by the National Association of Sewer System Companies (NASSCO) is desirable.
Requires possession of a valid California Driver's License. A Class B Driver’s permit and DMV Medical Certification are required within three (3) months of hire. Employee must obtain a valid Class B Driver's License, a Work Zone Safety certification issued by the International Municipal Signal Association, First Aid and CPR certifications, Competent Person certification, and Confined Space certification prior to permanent appointment.
Utilities Maintenance Worker II
Education: High School Diploma or equivalent. Courses in or graduation from the American Public Works Association’s Public Works Institute is desirable
Experience: One (1) year of experience performing duties comparable to those of a Utilities Maintenance Worker I.
License and Certificate: Requires possession of a California State (DWOCP) Grade I Water Distribution Operator (D1) and a Grade II Wastewater Collections System Maintenance certificate issued by California Water Environment Association upon hire.
Requires all of the certifications necessary for a Utilities Maintenance Worker I and possession of a valid Class B California Driver's License with Tank and Air Brake Endorsement upon hire.
Apply with a City of Woodland application by visiting www.cityofwoodland.org/employment or the Human Resources Office, City Hall, 300 First Street, 2nd Floor, Woodland, CA 95695. Recruitment is Open Until Filled. First review of applications is scheduled for Monday, December 11, 2023. Résumés and cover letters are encouraged but will not be accepted in lieu of the application form. Postmarks will not be accepted. Review Process: Based on the information provided in the application documents, the best qualified applicants will be invited for further examination. All applicants meeting the minimum qualifications are not guaranteed advancement through any subsequent phase of the examination. Depending upon the number of applications received, the examination may consist of an application screening, written and/or practical exam, oral interview or any combination thereof. If you have a disability that requires accommodation during the selection process, please notify Human Resources at least seven days prior to the event.
Virtual Panel interviews are tentatively scheduled for the week of December 18, 2023.
Utilities Maintenance Worker I
$3,846.76 - $4,909.54 /month
$1,775.43 - $2,265.94 /bi-weekly
$22.19 - $28.32 /hour
Utilities Maintenance Worker II
$4,352.25 - $5,554.69 /month
$2,008.73 - $2,563.70 /bi-weekly
$25.11 - $32.05 /hour
Future Salary COLAs:
4% increase (eff July 2024), 1% increase (eff January 2025), 4% increase (eff July 2025) and 1% increase (eff January 2026)
CalPERS Retirement System (2 % @ 60 formula for Classic CalPERS members and 2% @ 62 formula for new CalPERS members). The City does not participate in social security
Choice of deferred compensation plans (Traditional and Roth) with 1% City-match effective July 2024. After successful completion of probation, new hires are also eligible for a 2% City contribution.
CalPERS Medical Insurance Plans, including HMOs and PPOs. City gives an allowance toward the cost of insurance. Maximum Family Medical Allowance (2024): $2,463.99 per month
City paid Delta Dental and VSP Vision Benefits
City paid wage protection for long/short term disabilities
City provides $50,000 life insurance policy
Voluntary Supplemental Life, Cancer, Accident Only, STD/LTD and Critical Illness insurance, and Flexible Spending Accounts available
6.7 hours per month during first three years of service
12.5 paid holidays (including two floating holidays)
8 hours per month
$200 per month upon certification
Additional pay for eligible certifications (up to a total of 4%)
Professional Growth Incentive:
$625 per fiscal year for education or professional activities
The City of Woodland hires only U.S. citizens and individuals lawfully authorized to work in the U.S.
The City of Woodland is an Equal Opportunity Employer