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UTILITY REPAIRMAN

Position performs maintenance, repair, and construction of underground water and/or wastewater pipelines and related installations. Incumbents receive in-service training in water/wastewater repairs and procedures. Work assignments are received from the Public Works Supervisor with work subject to periodic inspection while ongoing and upon completion. . Position is subject to 24-hour call, exposure to harsh weather conditions and work is sometimes hazardous.

NECESSARY KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES AND SKILLS
-Knowledge of methods, materials, hand tools, and standards for maintenance and repair of water and wastewater pipelines and related installations.
-Knowledge of sanitation, safety, and hazards of working in deep excavations, trenches, or confined spaces subject to gaseous contamination.

· Knowledge of computer skills to communicate via email and to input notes via work order and work service request software.

· Ability to lift, maneuver and manipulate, heavy tools and equipment for extended periods, sometimes in confined spaces.

· Ability to follow oral and written instructions.

· Ability to read, write and perform basic arithmetic as required by instructions, estimation of material quantities, and read/interpret water and sewer system drawings.

· Ability to form effective working relationships with customers, employees, and others

Applications are available on line or at City Hall, located at 120 New Market Street, Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Resumes along, with application, may be mailed to P.O. Box 379, St. Martinville Louisiana 70582 until filled or the first 10 applications whichever comes first.

            The City of St. Martinville is an Equal Opportunity Employer.




​School Crossing Guard


Nature of Work: Crossing Guards are responsible for the safety of school children going to and returning from school at an assigned location. The work involves traffic control, supervising any person in crossing streets or highways all with the emphasis on safety. Position is supervised by the Chief Administrative Officer.

Essential Functions: Employees in this classification must be able to perform the following duties. Physical and mental tasks related to these functions will be required. Additional related duties not listed may be required and some positions may be assigned less than all of the functions listed. The following examples do not contain every task that could be reasonably assigned. The absence of a specified task here does not imply the task cannot be assigned if related to the nature of the work, a logical assignment, or a business necessity.
Applies appropriate knowledge of traffic laws and uses clear and proper traffic management signals to both pedestrians and vehicular traffic to safely cross any person within the designated school crossing zones
Communicates with Chief Administrative Officer to report any information, problems, or concerns regarding the school zone where Crossing Guard services are performed
Ability to deal effectively and courteously with associates, city staff and the general public
Adheres to program policies, procedures and safe work practices
Performs other job duties as assigned

Qualification Requirements: 
Knowledge of methods and techniques of assisting people across busy streets.
Ability to work independently and in compliance with department policies and procedures.
Physical condition necessary for walking distances up to 50 feet; standing for prolonged periods of time; use of hands and arms for signaling; ability to lift and carry 10 pounds; ability to pull 100 pounds; ability to see in the normal visual range and hear in the normal audio range with or without correction.
Ability to work under the following conditions:
o exposure to heat and/or cold
omoving objects/vehicles
onoise
oinclement weather conditions
owork on slippery or uneven surfaces
One (1) year experience working with school age children, preferably with training in traffic safety or any combination of experience and training which provides the knowledge, skills, and abilities to perform the job.  
Must be at least 18 years of age.

Applications are available on line or at City Hall, located at 120 New Market Street, Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Resumes along, with application, may be mailed to P.O. Box 379, St. Martinville Louisiana 70582 until filled or the first 10 applications whichever comes first.

  The City of St. Martinville is an Equal Opportunity Employer