City of Glenarden Gold Room Crew Chief (Part-Time) $12.75 per hour
The Gold Room Crew Chief is responsible for managing a small crew by prioritizing projects, assigning work tasks, monitoring work quality and work schedules, ensuring crew safety, and providing performance feedback. Full Detail
- Serves as Gold Room Coordinator in their absence.
- Effectively communicate with Gold Room Coordinator and crew to fulfill and address any issues or needs requested by the guest. Provide assistance to the Gold Room Coordinator during all events.
- Responsible for setting up Gold Room and/or Community Center with designated tables, chairs, and table covers prior to any event.
- Responsible for the clean-up during and after each event, which includes mopping, vacuuming, removing garbage and trash cleaning and mopping bathrooms, hallways, lobby, entrance to kitchen and dance floor.
- Monitor and maintain cleanliness of bathrooms during and after each event, which includes supply with toilet paper and soap; clean countertops, sinks, urinals, and commodes.
- Maintain cleanliness and organization of storage closet; remove trash, wipe down shelves/counters; sweep; and remove non-floor closet items and transport to proper areas
- Clean kitchen stove and countertops.
- Remove all trash and garbage to the City dumpster.
- Most events occur evenings and weekends, candidates must be available to work.
The work requires a high school degree or equivalent. Two years experience in facility maintenance, conference center or banquet facility operation is required for the position. Detail information regarding this position is located on www.Cityofglenarden.org. Please submit your resume to Karen Shoultz at firstname.lastname@example.org. Closing date November 8, 2019.
Public Works Maintenance Technician III
The City of Glenarden is seeking an experienced Maintenance Technician III to perform a variety of tasks requiring manual labor, partial skills and the use of basic hand tools. The applicant performs tasks of a semi-skilled nature such as driving trucks and operating other machinery and equipment requiring the use of specialized skills and training.
• Complete preventative HVAC maintenance.
• Performs concrete repair.
• Complete repairs on interior walls, wall coverings and ceilings by patching dry wall, replacing wood or wall coverings and painting.
• Performs electrical repair.
• Performs plumbing repair.
• Performs street and park maintenance.
• Removes snow from City building sidewalks and steps as needed by shoveling first and applying salt.
• Monitors and maintains streets dally to check for litter, street signs, animal control, pot holes and other issues.
• Conducts routine equipment maintenance which includes greasing, changing oil, rotating/replacing tires, and regular preventative maintenance.
• Maintains lawn, flowers and plants at parks, which involves mowing and trimming the lawn, fertilizing and laying sod and watering weekly. Plant new landscaping and trims trees where necessary.
The applicant must be able to perform strenuous manual labor for extended periods under varying weather conditions; have a good knowledge of the occupational hazards and safety precautions; and have the ability to understand and follow oral and written instructions.
Skills and abilities to use lawn equipment, drive a light duty truck, lift heavy equipment up to 60 pounds. Position requires carrying, lifting, bending, walking and shoveling. Four years of progressively responsible experience in a related field is required.
Candidates must have a high school diploma or GED; certified in both First Aide and CPR; and possess a C class driver’s license and a clean driving record. If selected, the candidate must pass a background check, and a drug and alcohol screening. Please submit resumes to Karen Shoultz at email@example.com. Closing date is November 8, 2019.