General Maintenance Technician I

Lakewood Ranch Inter-District Authority
Job Description
JOB SUMMARY This position is responsible for performing a wide variety of maintenance related tasks throughout the Lakewood Ranch Community Development Districts. It will have duties ranging from general maintenance to park services and Town Hall facility upkeep with limited duties assisting in electrical and utility needs. This position directly reports to the Assistant Director of Operations. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS • High school diploma or GED. • Minimum (2) years related experience and/or training. • Must be punctual; regular attendance is required. • Must maintain a valid Florida driver’s license. • Successful completion of background check and drug screening. KNOWLEDGE/SKILLS/ABILITIES • Knowledge of operation of pressure washing equipment. • Knowledge of operation of small hand tools, power tools, and small engine driven equipment • Must be able to operate a light duty service truck. • Must be able to lift, pull, and push materials and equipment to complete assigned job tasks. • Must be able to stand for numerous hours while performing job tasks. • Must be able to utilize mild chemicals (bleaches and detergents) to complete job tasks. • Must be able to lift up to 80 pounds of weight on occasion. • Must be able to work in various positions including, but not limited to, stooping, standing, bending over, sitting, kneeling, and squatting for extended periods of time. • Must be able to reach overhead and have full range of mobility in upper and lower body. • Must be able to work as part of a team and foster a positive work environment. • Must be able to work in a fast-paced environment with the ability to juggle multiple tasks and demands. • Must be able to communicate effectively. • Must be able to exercise good judgment and to make independent decisions in accordance with established department policies and procedures. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS 1. General Maintenance: a) Pressure washing of District assets including sidewalks, curbing, monuments, concrete, wood and pvc structures, pvc fencing and sign components, metal fencing, and buildings; b) Sign repair and upkeep including the replacement of broken pvc components and installation of new signs; c) Painting of various District assets; d) Perimeter access gates monitoring and upkeep to include verifying proper operation of access control equipment, reinstallation of barrier arms when down, opening and securing non-operational gate equipment and reporting of gate failures; e) Assist Electrician with basic lighting repairs and maintenance including, but not limited to, lamp replacement and evening light checks; f) Assist Utility Manager with irrigation and potable water system blowoffs. 2. Park Services/Town Hall Facilities: a) Community trash receptacle emptying and restocking of liners; b) Dog waste station emptying and supply restocking; c) Park facilities/equipment upkeep and restroom servicing including the restocking of paper products, soap dispensers, general cleaning and repairs; d) Inspection of the park facilities with a focus on the pavilions before and after scheduled events; e) Support of Town Hall facilities performing general maintenance duties and Salon setups. 3. Emergency On-Call Services: a) Assumes responsibility for emergency calls beginning each Friday at 7:00 am through the weekend until the following Monday morning at 7:00 am; b) Duties include, but not limited to: i. Residential irrigation valve shut-off; ii. Reported gate problems; iii. Problems with authorized access to Town Hall; iv. Common area irrigation repairs; v. Removal and disposal of large road kill; vi. First responder for any other reported emergency involving common area infrastructure or Town Hall; vii. Uses a variety of hand and power tools in performing duties; viii. Interface with security patrol and Gate House security personnel. 4. Responsible for maintaining department tools and equipment. 5. Detect faulty equipment or defective material and report to proper supervisor. 6. Responsible for maintaining maintenance vehicles, to include: i. Preventative maintenance (fuel, cleaning); ii. Tires (air pressure and wear); iii. Engines (fluid levels); iv. Notify supervisor of any service related issues; v. Mileage reporting and fuel receipts. 7. Comply with all IDA Operations & Maintenance policies and procedures as well as governmental safety regulations. 8. Maintain clean and orderly work areas. 9. Responsible for professional and courteous working relationships with all IDA employees, District Supervisors, and HOA Directors. 10. Responsible for prompt, accurate, and courteous service to all customers and other outside agencies or vendors. 11. Perform all other duties as assigned or needed.
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