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Notice is hereby given that the City Council of the City of Phenix City, Alabama, will meet on January 4, 2017, at 9 a.m., Eastern Time, in the Council Chambers, 1111 Broad Street, to consider the fixing of costs incurred by the City of Phenix City for the demolition and/or removal of a substandard building or structure located at 918 North Railroad Street, Phenix City, Alabama.

View the official Public Notice and Resolution No. 2016-382.

Notice is hereby given that the City Council of the City of Phenix City, Alabama, will meet on January 4, 2017, at 9 a.m., Eastern Time, in the Council Chambers, 1111 Broad Street, to consider the fixing of costs incurred by the City of Phenix City for the demolition and/or removal of a substandard building or structure located at 2400 31st Street, Phenix City, Alabama.

View the official Public Notice and Resolution No. 2016-381.

Notice is hereby given that the City Council of the City of Phenix City, Alabama, will meet on January 4, 2017, at 9 a.m., Eastern Time, in the Council Chambers, 1111 Broad Street, to consider the fixing of costs incurred by the City of Phenix City for the demolition and/or removal of a substandard building or structure located at 706 Dillingham Street, Phenix City, Alabama.

View the official Public Notice and Resolution No. 2016-380.

Notice is hereby given that the City Council of the City of Phenix City, Alabama, will meet on January 4, 2017, at 9 a.m., Eastern Time, in the Council Chambers, 1111 Broad Street, to consider the fixing of costs incurred by the City of Phenix City for the demolition and/or removal of a substandard building or structure located at 910 8th Avenue, Phenix City, Alabama.

View the official Public Notice and Resolution No. 2016-379.

Notice is hereby given that the City Council of the City of Phenix City, Alabama, will meet on January 4, 2017, at 9 a.m., Eastern Time, in the Council Chambers, 1111 Broad Street, to consider the fixing of costs incurred by the City of Phenix City for the demolition and/or removal of a substandard building or structure located at 2000 4th Avenue, Phenix City, Alabama.

View the official Public Notice and Resolution No. 2016-378.

Notice is hereby given that the City of Phenix City Board of Zoning Adjustment and Appeals will hold regular meetings on the third Thursday of each month at 5:30 PM, EST in Council Chambers of the Phenix City Public Safety Building, 1111 Broad Street, Phenix City, Alabama. The dates for the 2017 calendar are as follows:

  • January 19, 2017
  • February 16, 2017
  • March 16, 2017
  • April 20, 2017
  • May 18, 2017
  • June 15, 2017
  • July 20, 2017
  • August 17, 2017
  • September 21, 2017
  • October 19, 2017
  • November 16, 2017
  • December 21, 2017

Cases must be filed twenty-one (21) days prior to meeting. Should there be no cases filed for any month, the meeting shall be deemed cancelled. For verification of meeting or agenda, please call (334) 448-2740.

Personnel Requisition Form

Department: Utilities / Water Distribution
Date: December 7, 2016
Supervisor: Service Maintenance Supervisor
Date Needed: ASAP
Number of Employees Requested: One
Work Hours: 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m., ET – Overtime as needed

Job Title: Service Maintenance Worker – Semi-skilled (Water Distribution)
Starting Salary: $11.3722 / hourly
Position Status: Full-time
Reason Needed: Replacement

Position Overview

Performs manual labor in the construction of water lines.  Must be able to make water taps install main lines, make point repairs, change out water meters, repair fire hydrants, valves, as well as cut and clear right of ways through out the City.

Qualifications Required

Must have high school education, GED or equivalent training and experience; must possess a valid driver’s license; must be familiar with various pipefitting to include PVC, concrete pipe, terra cotta pipe, etc.;  must have knowledge of safety including accident prevention;  must possess comprehension skills to understand directives;  must have skills in the operation and safe use of tools and equipment to include pipe saws, jackhammers, tamps, shovels, rakes, etc.; must exercise courtesy and tact in dealing with coworkers and general public;  must be able to work under moderate supervision.

Physical Qualifications Required

Must be dexterous enough to use hands and fingers to grasp and manipulate tools and/or equipment;  must be agile enough to climb in and out of truck to load and or unload necessary equipment;  must be able to work on uneven terrain in traffic areas:  must possess adequate upper and lower body strength to maintain control while operating tamping machines and/or other equipment while on uneven terrain;   must hear well enough to receive communications over a two-way radio (hearing aid acceptable);  must speak clearly and loudly enough to be heard and understood in person and/or over two-way radio;  must see well enough to safely operate equipment;  must be able to lift equipment up to 75 pounds; must be able to withstand exposure to the elements to include extreme heat and/or cold;  must pass a pre-employment drug screen.

Qualifications Preferred

Prior experience working in construction and/or with water lines preferred.

Documents Required

  • High School Diploma / GED (Not Mandatory)
  • Valid Driver’s License

How to Apply

Applications for this position will be accepted until a pool of 20 applications is received or the position is filled, whichever comes first. Current city employees wishing to apply should send Internal Job Application provided by the Human Resources Department to the HR Director by the deadline stated. (A courtesy copy will be sent to the employee’s department head.)

Applications can be found online (download an application) or picked up at the City of Phenix City Human Resources Department:
1103 Broad Street
Phenix City, AL 36867
Ph: 334 448-2706

Applications are available for pick up and drop off on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m., Eastern Time, and Fridays from 2 until 5 p.m., Eastern Time. You may also email your completed application.

Job Description

Job Title: Service Maintenance Worker (SS) – Water Distribution
Department: Utilities (Water Distribution)
Location:Municipal Building
FLSA Status: Non-Exempt
Code: SM-02
Reports to: Service Maintenance Supervisor

Job Summary

Employee in this position are responsible for maintenance, and/or repair to water lines which includes the installation of main lines, service laterals, broken lines as well as new taps, concrete work, landscaping, painting, general labor work.

Duties & Responsibilities

A. Main Line Construction (70%) – Installs main sewer lines, new taps, repair broken line services, cut a clean right-of-ways, and assist in televising sewer lines.

B. Traffic Control  (10%) – Assist in positioning traffic control devices around work zones to conform with the manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices, direct traffic around work zones using traffic control devices, hand signals and two way radios.

C. Maintenance of Equipment (10%) – Gather necessary tools and equipment for jobs and loads onto truck. Ensures tools are in good condition and proper working order; cleans tools and equipment and ensures that tools and equipment are stored properly.

D. Service to Department (10%) – Attends departmental and safety meetings as required, maintains uniforms and safety attire to conform to proper dress codes and safety rules at all times, performs additional tasks in support of the department as needed or upon request.

Job Specifications

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities – Knowledge of proper operation and maintenance of equipment. Knowledge of Utilities Department safety rules and procedures. Knowledge of policies, rules and regulations of the City of Phenix City. Reading skills to comprehend directives, gauges and indicators. Writing skills to document logs or similar non-complex forms. Verbal communication skills to converse with supervisors and crew members regarding work related activities. Math skills to count, add and subtract whole numbers. Skills to comprehend written and oral instructions. Skill to operate two-way radio to communicate with other work crews or dispatcher to receive and transmit information. Automotive maintenance skills to make adjustments and minor repairs to equipment. Ability to follow instructions and efficiently complete tasks. Ability to exercise judgment particularly in tasks involving safety of self and others. Ability to work under immediate supervisor and carry out assigned tasks. Ability to work as a member of a team. Able to lift up to 75 pounds. Able to withstand exposure to the elements to include extreme heat, cold, excessive rainfall and wind.

Credentials and Experience – High school education, GED or equivalent training and experience.  Must possess a valid driver’s license.

Special Requirements – Be willing to comply with City of Phenix City policies and work rules.  Be willing to work during non-duty hours, holidays and weekends when necessary to achieve goals.  Be willing to adhere to safety regulations and wear required safety equipment.

Personnel Requisition Form

Department: Utilities / Wastewater Collection
Date: December 7, 2016
Supervisor: Service Maintenance Supervisor
Date Needed: ASAP
Number of Employees Requested: One
Work Hours: 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m., ET – Overtime as needed

Job Title: Service Maintenance Worker (Semi-skilled)
Starting Salary: $11.3722 / hourly
Position Status: Full-time
Reason Needed: Replacement

Position Overview

Employees in this position are responsible for maintenance and/or repair of sewer lines, which includes the installation of main lines, service laterals, broken main lines as well as new taps, concrete work, landscaping, painting, general labor work and limited backhoe and bush hog operations.

Qualifications Required

Must have valid driver’s license from state of residence; must have high school diploma or GED or equivalent training and experience;  must be familiar with various pipe fittings to include PVC, concrete pipe, terra cotta pipe, etc.;  must have knowledge of safety including accident prevention;  must possess comprehension skills to understand directives;  must have skills in the operation and safe use of tools and equipment to include pipe saws, jackhammers, tamps, shovels, rakes, etc.; must exercise courtesy and tact in dealing with coworkers and general public;  must be able to work under moderate supervision.

Physical Qualifications Required

Must be dexterous enough to use hands and fingers to grasp and manipulate tools and/or equipment;  must be agile enough to climb in and out of truck to load and or unload necessary equipment;  must be able to work on uneven terrain in traffic areas:  must possess adequate upper and lower body strength to maintain control while operating tamping machines and/or other equipment while on uneven terrain;   must hear well enough to receive communications over a two-way radio (hearing aid acceptable);  must speak clearly and loudly enough to be heard and understood in person and/or over two-way radio;  must see well enough to safely operate equipment;  must be able to assist in lifting equipment up to 250 pounds; must be able to withstand exposure to the elements to include extreme heat and/or cold;  must pass a pre-employment drug screen.

Qualifications Preferred

Prior experience working in construction and/or with sewer lines preferred.

Documents Required

  • High School Diploma / GED (Not Mandatory)
  • Valid Driver’s License

How to Apply

Applications for this position will be accepted until a pool of 20 applications is received or the position is filled, whichever comes first. Current city employees wishing to apply should send Internal Job Application provided by the Human Resources Department to the HR Director by the deadline stated. (A courtesy copy will be sent to the employee’s department head.)

Applications can be found online (download an application) or picked up at the City of Phenix City Human Resources Department:
1103 Broad Street
Phenix City, AL 36867
Ph: 334 448-2706

Applications are available for pick up and drop off on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m., Eastern Time, and Fridays from 2 until 5 p.m., Eastern Time. You may also email your completed application.

Job Description

Job Title: Service Maintenance Worker
Department: Utilities (Wastewater Collection)
Location:Municipal Building
FLSA Status: Non-Exempt
Code: SM1-1
Reports to: Service Maintenance Supervisor

Job Summary

Employees in this position are responsible for maintenance, and/or repair of sewer lines, which includes the installation of main lines, service laterals, broken main lines as well as new taps, concrete work, landscaping, painting, general labor work and limited backhoe and bush hog operations.

Duties & Responsibilities

A. Performs manual labor in the Waste Water Collection Division to include: the use of hand and power equipment such as jackhammers, tamps, and chain saws, shovels, rakes, brooms and string lawn movers. Employee must be able to lift at least 75 pounds. Must perform routine tasks in the installation and the maintenance of waste water lines. Must be able to withstand the elements to include extreme heat and cold climates.

B. Attends departmental and safety meetings as required. May assist in other departments as needed. Assist operators as needed. Cleans hand tools and equipment. Perform additional duties as assigned.

Job Specifications

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities – Knowledge of proper operation and maintenance of equipment. Reading skills to comprehend directives, gauges and indicators. Writing skills to document logs or similar non-complex forms. Verbal communication skills to converse with supervisors and crew members regarding work related activities. Math skills to count, add and subtract whole numbers. Skills to comprehend written and oral instructions. Skill to operate two-way radio to communicate with other work crews or dispatcher to receive and transmit information. Automotive maintenance skills to make adjustments and minor repairs to equipment. Ability to follow instructions and efficiently complete tasks. Ability to exercise judgment particularly in tasks involving safety of self and others. Ability to work under immediate supervision and carry out assigned tasks. Ability to work as a member of a team. Able to lift 75 pounds. Able to withstand exposure to the elements to include extreme heat, cold, excessive rainfall and wind.

Credentials and Experience – High school education, GED or equivalent training and experience. Prior experience in construction preferred. Valid driver’s license preferred.

Special Requirements – Be willing to comply with City of Phenix City policies and work rules.  Be willing to work during non-duty hours, holidays and weekends when necessary to achieve goals.  Be willing to adhere to safety regulations and wear required safety equipment.

Personnel Requisition Form

Department: Utilities / Water Filtration
Date: December 7, 2016
Supervisor: Superintendent
Date Needed: ASAP
Number of Employees Requested: Two
Work Hours: 40 hours per week, varied – Overtime as needed

Job Title: Operator Trainee
Starting Salary: $12.8672 / hourly
Position Status: Full-time
Reason Needed: Replacement

Position Overview

Under general supervision monitors control panel and interprets meter and gauge readings, adjusts gates and valves to regulate the flow of water and maintains log of gauge readings; performs scheduled maintenance of pumps, generators and related equipment, repairs or replaces parts using hand and power tools; tests repaired equipment to ensure proper performance ; collects water samples and performs tests prescribed by ADEM, records results and submits necessary reports; studies manuals and related technical literature, attends classes and participates in on-the-job training to prepare for certification exams and performs additional tasks in support of the department as needed or upon request

Qualifications Required

Must have high school diploma or G.E.D. equivalent; must have valid driver’s license from state of residence; must have strong mathematical skills; must be able to work various hours and schedules; must have knowledge of safety including accident prevention; must be able to work under close supervision throughout training period; must be A.D.E.M. certified (grade IV) within two years of date of hire.

Physical Qualifications Required

Must possess manual dexterity to use a variety of hand tools;  must have mechanical inclination to operate various machines and/or equipment; must be agile enough to work in all areas of treatment plant, including climbing stairs and ladders;  must see well enough to read fine print and numbers without error or transposition;  must be strong enough to lift up to 100 lbs.

Qualifications Preferred

Experience using laboratory procedures and equipment as well as an awareness for the environment preferred.

Documents Required

  • High School Diploma / GED
  • Valid Identification

How to Apply

Applications for this position will be accepted until a pool of 20 applications is received or the position is filled, whichever comes first. Current city employees wishing to apply should send Internal Job Application provided by the Human Resources Department to the HR Director by the deadline stated. (A courtesy copy will be sent to the employee’s department head.)

Applications can be found online (download an application) or picked up at the City of Phenix City Human Resources Department:
1103 Broad Street
Phenix City, AL 36867
Ph: 334 448-2706

Applications are available for pick up and drop off on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m., Eastern Time, and Fridays from 2 until 5 p.m., Eastern Time. You may also email your completed application.

 

Job Description

Job Title: Water Filtration Plant Operator Trainee
Department: Utilities
Location: Water Filtration Plant
FLSA Status: Non-Exempt
Code: SM-3
Reports to: Chief Operator

Job Summary

Under general supervision monitors control panel and interprets meter and gauge readings, adjusts gates and valves to regulate the flow of water and maintains log of gauge readings; performs scheduled maintenance of pumps, generators and related equipment, repairs or replaces parts using hand and power tools; tests repaired equipment to ensure proper performance; collects water samples and performs tests prescribed by ADEM, records results and submits necessary reports; studies manuals and related technical literature, attends classes and participates in on-the-job training to prepare for certification exams and performs additional tasks in support of the department as needed or upon request.

Duties & Responsibilities

A. Plant Operations (30%) – Monitors control panel, conducts on-site observations and interprets meter and gauge readings and test to determine operating conditions. Adjusts gates and valves manually or by remote control to regulate the flow of water through plant. Starts and stops pumps to control flow of water from river through temporary storage, chemical feed, rapid mix, flocculator, settling basin, filters, post chemical, rapid mix, clear well, and delivery to water mains or storage tanks. Maintains log of operations and records meter and gauge readings. Periodically washes and back washes filters.

B. Equipment Maintenance (10%) – Performs scheduled maintenance of pumps, generates and related water plant equipment. Cleans precipitates, such as grit, sludge and debris from processing tanks and basins. Observes/listens to operation of equipment and machinery to locate problems. Disassembles pumps and similar equipment as necessary to diagnose malfunction and gain access to and remove defective parts. May repair or replace parts, using hand and power tools. May remove entire equipment or major assembly for repair by vendor. Starts and tests repaired equipment to ensure proper performance. May initiate requisitions for parts or equipment. Maintains appropriate maintenance records.

C. Laboratory Testing (30%) – Takes water samples; may be piped in to laboratory; may collect by hand. Performs tests using testing equipment including alkalinity, pH, Carbon Dioxide, Iron, Manganese, Fluoride, saturation, turbidity, color, phosphate, total hardness, calcium hardness, temperature and according to procedures set forth by ADEM. Records tests results and submit reports as required.

D. Skills Building (20%) – Studies manuals and related technical literature. Participate in on the-job training under guidance of certified operators. Attends classes in operation and maintenance of plant machines and equipment and testing. Prepares and takes certification exams.

E. Services to Department (10%) – Cuts grass, trims shrubbery picks up debris and related grounds maintenance tasks. Sweeps floors, hoses down walkways, washes and puts away laboratory equipment and performs related housekeeping tasks. Performs preventive maintenance services on assigned vehicles and equipment. Performs light building maintenance services including painting and minor electrical and mechanical repairs. Performs additional tasks assigned or upon request.

Job Specifications

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities – Knowledge of water treatment including processes, operation and maintenance of machinery and equipment and laboratory testing procedures. Knowledge of organization and operating procedures of Utilities Department. Knowledge of municipal water treatment and distribution system. Knowledge of City of Phenix City procedures and work rules. Reading skills to comprehend maps, blueprints, procedures, regulations, technical manuals and related highly complex documents. Writing skills prepare forms and records, memoranda, reports, schedules and similar documents. Math skills to solve problems involving percentages, proportions, rates chemical formulas and algebraic equations. Verbal communication skills to speak to individuals and small groups, talk on telephone and two-way radio. Laboratory skills to perform tests and work with chemical equations. Computer skills including keyboarding, text processing and use of specialized programs including SCAD used to process water and generate reports. Ability to apply technical knowledge to make correct operational decisions. Ability to work as a member of a team.

Credentials and Experience – High school diploma with foundation in math and chemistry. OR Equivalent combination of training and experience.

Special Requirements – Be willing to comply with City of Phenix City policies and work rules. Be willing to work during non-duty hours, holidays and weekends when necessary to achieve goals.  Be willing to travel overnight to attend and participate in meetings and activities.

Personnel Requisition Form

Department: Utilities / Wastewater Collection
Date: December 7, 2016
Supervisor: Service Maintenance Supervisor
Date Needed: ASAP
Number of Employees Requested: One
Work Hours: 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m., ET – Overtime as needed

Job Title: Service Maintenance Worker
Starting Salary: $9.8059 / hourly
Position Status: Full-time
Reason Needed: Replacement

Position Overview

Employees in this position are responsible for maintenance and/or repair of sewer lines and/or service lines for all city services;  performs manual labor  to maintain grounds using hand tools such as shovels, rakes and axes, or small power tools such as string trimmers, blowers and mowers.  Performance in other duties as assigned.

Qualifications Required

Must have high school diploma, GED or equivalent training and experience;   must be familiar with various pipefittings to include PVC, concrete pipe, terra cotta pipe, etc.;  must have knowledge of safety including accident prevention;  must possess comprehension skills to understand directives;  must have skills in the operation and safe use of tools and equipment to include pipe saws, jackhammers, tamps, shovels, rakes, etc.; must exercise courtesy and tact in dealing with coworkers and general public;  must be able to work under moderate supervision.

Physical Qualifications Required

Must be dexterous enough to use hands and fingers to grasp and manipulate tools and/or equipment;  must be agile enough to climb in and out of truck to load and or unload necessary equipment;  must be able to work on uneven terrain in traffic areas:  must possess adequate upper and lower body strength to maintain control while operating tamping machines and/or other equipment while on uneven terrain;   must hear well enough to receive communications over a two-way radio (hearing aid acceptable);  must speak clearly and loudly enough to be heard and understood in person and/or over two-way radio;  must see well enough to safely operate equipment;  must be able to lift at least 75 pounds; must be able to withstand exposure to the elements to include extreme heat and/or cold;  must pass a pre-employment drug screen.

Qualifications Preferred

Prior experience working in construction and/or with sewer lines preferred. Valid driver’s license preferred.

Documents Required

  • High School Diploma / GED (Not Mandatory)
  • Valid Photo ID

How to Apply

Applications for this position will be accepted until a pool of 20 applications is received or the position is filled, whichever comes first. Current city employees wishing to apply should send Internal Job Application provided by the Human Resources Department to the HR Director by the deadline stated. (A courtesy copy will be sent to the employee’s department head.)

Applications can be found online (download an application) or picked up at the City of Phenix City Human Resources Department:
1103 Broad Street
Phenix City, AL 36867
Ph: 334 448-2706

Applications are available for pick up and drop off on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m., Eastern Time, and Fridays from 2 until 5 p.m., Eastern Time. You may also email your completed application.

 

Job Description

Job Title: Service Maintenance Worker
Department: Utilities (Wastewater Collection)
Location: Municipal Building
FLSA Status: Non-Exempt
Code: SM1-1
Reports to: Service Maintenance Supervisor

Job Summary

Employees in this position are responsible for maintenance, and/or repair of sewer lines, which includes the installation of main lines, service laterals, broken main lines as well as new taps, concrete work, landscaping, painting, general labor work and limited backhoe and bush hog operations.

Duties & Responsibilities

A. Performs manual labor in the Waste Water Collection Division to include: the use of hand and power equipment such as jackhammers, tamps, and chain saws, shovels, rakes, brooms and string lawn movers. Employee must be able to lift at least 75 pounds. Must perform routine tasks in the installation and the maintenance of waste water lines. Must be able to withstand the elements to include extreme heat and cold climates.

B. Attends departmental and safety meetings as required. May assist in other departments as needed. Assist operators as needed. Cleans hand tools and equipment. Perform additional duties as assigned. 

Job Specifications

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities – Knowledge of proper operation and maintenance of equipment. Reading skills to comprehend directives, gauges and indicators. Writing skills to document logs or similar non-complex forms. Verbal communication skills to converse with supervisors and crew members regarding work related activities. Math skills to count, add and subtract whole numbers. Skills to comprehend written and oral instructions. Skill to operate two-way radio to communicate with other work crews or dispatcher to receive and transmit information. Automotive maintenance skills to make adjustments and minor repairs to equipment. Ability to follow instructions and efficiently complete tasks. Ability to exercise judgment particularly in tasks involving safety of self and others. Ability to work under immediate supervision and carry out assigned tasks. Ability to work as a member of a team. Able to lift 75 pounds. Able to withstand exposure to the elements to include extreme heat, cold, excessive rainfall and wind.

Credentials and Experience – High school education, GED or equivalent training and experience. Prior experience in construction preferred. Valid driver’s license preferred.

Special Requirements – Be willing to comply with City of Phenix City policies and work rules.  Be willing to work during non-duty hours, holidays and weekends when necessary to achieve goals.  Be willing to adhere to safety regulations and wear required safety equipment.

Personnel Requisition Form

Department: Utilities
Date: December 7, 2016
Supervisor: Chief Field Supervisor
Date Needed: ASAP
Number of Employees Requested: One
Work Hours: 40 hours per week – Overtime as needed

Job Title: Construction Supervisor – Wastewater Collection
Starting Salary: $18.1800 / hourly
Position Status: Full-time
Reason Needed: Replacement

Position Overview

Under direction inspects vehicle and equipment to ensure proper operating condition, performs minor repairs and services, cleans and maintains as needed; operates equipment to include trencher, mole, tapping machines, crane and dump truck to perform installations and repairs; uses handhold equipment to include trencher, mole, tapping machines, crane and dump truck to perform installations and repairs; uses handhold equipment to perform various tasks; locates and identifies utility lines before digging or installing new equipment; collects water samples and forwards to laboratory for testing; supervises and coordinates work crews, issues work assignments, trains crew and oversees installation and repairs; resolves minor work related problems and performs additional tasks in support of the department as needed or upon request.

Qualifications Required

Knowledge of sewer design and operations including installations. Knowledge of organization and operational procedures of wastewater division of Utilities Department. Knowledge of various tools and equipment including tamps, air hammers and pipe saws. Knowledge of utility safety rules and procedures. Knowledge of policies, rules and regulations of the City of Phenix City. Reading skills to comprehend operator manuals, directives, gauges and indicators. Writing skills to prepare reports, work orders and similar non-complex documents. Verbal communication skills to converse with supervisor and co-workers on work-related issues. Math skills to count, add, and subtract whole numbers. Skill to safely and efficiently operate jackhammer to access water lines. Skill to operate chain saw to cut low hanging limb or other debris from right-of-ways. Skill to operate gas powered pipe saw to cut pipe used in water line repairs. Ability to work under general supervision and complete assigned tasks. Ability to exercise judgment particularly in tasks involving safety of self and others or efficiency of operations. Ability to follow instructions and efficiently complete tasks.

Physical Qualifications Required

: Must be dexterous enough to use hands and fingers to grasp and manipulate tools and pipes;  must be agile enough to climb in and out of truck to load and/or unload necessary equipment;   must be able to work on uneven terrain in traffic areas;  must possess adequate upper and lower body strength to maintain control while operating tamping machines and/or other equipment while on uneven terrain;   must hear well enough to receive communications over a two-way radio (hearing aid acceptable);  must speak clearly and loudly enough to be heard and understood in person and/or over two-way radio;  must see well enough to safely operate equipment;  must be able to assist in lifting equipment up to 250 pounds; must be able to withstand exposure to the elements to include extreme heat and/or cold.

Credentials & Experience

High School education or GED. Must have valid driver’s license. Meet appropriate certification requirements.

Documents Required

  • High School Diploma / GED
  • Valid Driver’s License

 

How to Apply

Applications for this position will be accepted until a pool of 20 applications is received or the position is filled, whichever comes first. Current city employees wishing to apply should send Internal Job Application provided by the Human Resources Department to the HR Director by the deadline stated. (A courtesy copy will be sent to the employee’s department head.)

Applications can be found online (download an application) or picked up at the City of Phenix City Human Resources Department:
1103 Broad Street
Phenix City, AL 36867
Ph: 334 448-2706

Applications are available for pick up and drop off on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m., Eastern Time, and Fridays from 2 until 5 p.m., Eastern Time. You may also email your completed application.

 

Job Description

Job Title: Construction Supervisor
Department: Utilities (Wastewater Collection)
Location: Utilities Building
FLSA Status: Non-Exempt
Code: SM-6
Reports to: Chief Field Supervisor

Job Summary

Under direction inspects vehicle and equipment to ensure proper operating condition, performs minor repairs and services, cleans and maintains as needed; operates equipment to include trencher, mole, tapping machines, crane and dump truck to perform installations and repairs; uses handhold equipment to include trencher, mole, tapping machines, crane and dump truck to perform installations and repairs; uses handhold equipment to perform various tasks; locates and identifies utility lines before digging or installing new equipment; collects water samples and forwards to laboratory for testing; supervises and coordinates work crews, issues work assignments, trains crew and oversees installation and repairs; resolves minor work related problems and performs additional tasks in support of the department as needed or upon request.

Duties & Responsibilities

A. Equipment Maintenance (15%) – Visually inspects crane truck, dump truck, service truck, tapping machines and mole to ensure proper operating condition. Performs minor maintenance on vehicles and equipment to include checking oil water and fluid levels, adds additional fluids if needed. Visually inspects tires to ensure no wear or damaged areas are visible; using air pressure gauge tests to ensure tires are properly inflated. Visually inspects tapping machines for cracks and damage; replaces rubber rings when necessary. Visually inspects mole to ensure sufficient amounts of fluids are present and air hoses are free of cracks and leaks. Inspects on board safety equipment to include signaling equipment and lights, fire extinguisher and reflectors. Performs minor lubrication services and advises mechanic of scheduled maintenance.  Reports major equipment malfunctions to shop mechanic for repair. Performs minor repairs to include replacing blown lights, bulbs, and fuses. Uses pressure hose to clean exterior of vehicle, equipment and tools to remove mud, dirt, and debris; may use steam cleaner if necessary.

B. Equipment Operation (20%) – Attends daily briefing to receive instructions on work assignments or special projects. Gathers tools, equipment, and supplies needed for repairs or installation and transports to worksite. Performs residential and commercial installation and repairs. Operates trencher to dig trenches for installation of sewer lines. Operates mole to dig holes for lines under streets or other areas where trenching is difficult. Uses tapping machines to connect service lines to main sewer line. Operates air ratchets to secure nuts and bolts to meet pipe specifications. Operates crane truck to maneuver large pipes used in installations. Operates hand held packer to compress dirt after installations or repair. Drives dump truck to transport and dispose excess dirt and debris from worksite.

C. Water Testing and Installation (30%) – Receives instruction on work assignments from Chief Field Supervisor before leaving work site. Contacts dispatcher to request line locates before beginning work. Using test tubes collects water samples and submits for testing to determine source of sanitary sewer leaks. Uses See Snake and video camera van to determine blockage locations. Acquires pure sample of water by heating end of pipe to kill bacteria before collecting samples. Forwards water samples to lab for coliform testing to ensure creeks and streams are devoid of raw sewage. Repairs or replaces damaged sewer main.  Installs sewer service line disconnect valves where needed.

Job Specifications

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities – Knowledge of sewer design and operations including installations. Knowledge of organization and operational procedures of wastewater division of Utilities Department. Knowledge of various tools and equipment including tamps, air hammers and pipe saws. Knowledge of utility safety rules and procedures. Knowledge of policies, rules and regulations of the City of Phenix City. Reading skills to comprehend operator manuals, directives, gauges and indicators. Writing skills to prepare reports, work orders and similar non-complex documents. Verbal communication skills to converse with supervisor and co-workers on work-related issues. Math skills to count, add, and subtract whole numbers. Skill to safely and efficiently operate jackhammer to access water lines. Skill to operate chain saw to cut low hanging limb or other debris from right-of-ways. Skill to operate gas powered pipe saw to cut pipe used in water line repairs. Ability to work under general supervision and complete assigned tasks. Ability to exercise judgment particularly in tasks involving safety of self and others or efficiency of operations. Ability to follow instructions and efficiently complete tasks. Ability to work as a member of a team.

Credentials and Experience – Have high school education or GED.  Must possess a valid driver’s license.

Special Requirements – Be willing to comply with City of Phenix City policies and work rules. Be willing to work during non-duty hours, holidays and weekends when necessary to achieve goals.  Be willing to wear required safety equipment and adhere to appropriate safety procedures.

Personnel Requisition Form

Department: Police
Date: December 7, 2016
Supervisor: Telecommunication Supervisor
Date Needed: ASAP
Number of Employees Requested: One
Work Hours: 40 hours per week, ET – Overtime as needed (rotating schedule)

Job Title: Dispatcher
Starting Salary: $12.4087 / hourly
Position Status: Full-time
Reason Needed: Replacement

Position Overview

Responsible for receiving non-emergency and emergency calls and dispatching resources as needed.

Qualifications Required

Must have high school diploma or GED equivalent;  be able to work a rotating schedule and overtime as needed;  must be able to communicate and interact with individuals of various races, educational levels and social groups;  must have general computer experience;  must possess excellent oral communication skills;  must possess writing skills to clearly and neatly complete routine forms and records;  must be able to read maps and relay directions;  must exercise courtesy, diplomacy and tact in performance of duties;  must meet NCIC (National Crime Information Center) qualifications;  must be able to remain calm in stressful situations.

Physical Qualifications Required

Must hear well enough to operate a two-way radio and communicate over telephone;  must enunicate clearly and speak loudly enough to be heard over a two-way radio and/or telephone;  must be dexterous enough to use hands and fingers to write, type, grasp telephone, operate radio, etc.;  must obtain CPR certification within three months or date of hire.

Qualifications Preferred

Applicant with CPR certification and prior dispatching experience preferred.

Documents Required

  • Valid Identification
  • Social Security Card
  • High School Diploma / GED (Transcripts Acceptable)
  • Birth Certificate

How to Apply

Applications for this position will be accepted until a pool of 20 applications is received or the position is filled, whichever comes first. Current city employees wishing to apply should send Internal Job Application provided by the Human Resources Department to the HR Director by the deadline stated. (A courtesy copy will be sent to the employee’s department head.)

Applications can be found online (download an application) or picked up at the City of Phenix City Human Resources Department:
1103 Broad Street
Phenix City, AL 36867
Ph: 334 448-2706

Applications are available for pick up and drop off on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m., Eastern Time, and Fridays from 2 until 5 p.m., Eastern Time. You may also email your completed application.

Job Description

Job Title: Dispatcher
Department: Police
Location: Public Safety Building
FLSA Status: Non-Exempt
Code: EAP-5
Reports to: Telecommunications Supervisor

Job Summary

Under general supervision monitors multi-channel radio to dispatch fire, police and emergency medical services, provides emergency and non-emergency assistance to callers; using CAD system documents information pertaining to call;  performs radio check of dispatching equipment to ensure proper operability, briefs staff on current activities and notifies fire and police personnel using digital paging system; maintains records, files and retrieves documents as needed, researches and retrieves documents, updates various lists, searches files, compiles information and prepares routine reports as directed and perform additional duties in support of the department as needed or upon request.

Duties & Responsibilities

A. Computer Aided Dispatching (65%) – Monitors multi-channel radio to dispatch fire, police and ambulance services.  Answers E-911 emergency and non-emergency calls; determines nature of call and type of assistance required.  Using CAD (computer aided dispatching) system, documents incoming calls with information pertaining to call.  Provides callers with information and instructions as determined necessary.  Receives calls and assists Officers during routine traffic stops by providing driver license ad tag information, may dispatch additional services as need warrants.  Operates two-way radio to communicate with fire, police and ambulance service.  Using audio recorder plays back calls to obtain missed information.  At shift end completes daily equipment checklist verifying proper equipment operation.

B. Communication Operations (10%) – Assists in performing daily radio check for emergency dispatching equipment to ensure proper operability.  At shift change briefs incoming staff of current activities and reviews bulletin board for special notifications.  Using a digital paging system enters message on computer and notifies fire and police personnel.  Using E-911 map book locates addresses and other information needed in dispatching.

C. Records Management and Reporting (10%) – Maintains list of emergency radio dispatching codes and interpretations.  Documents and maintain ACIC/NCIC log of criminal history checks.  Documents radio log of calls placed and faxes sent out.  Maintains file of frequently called numbers.  Updates and forwards Daily Reading form to records department for inclusion in report.  Searches and retrieves criminal/driver history from files as requested.  Periodically purges files of inactive or obsolete information.

D. Services to Department (15%) – Copies and faxes documents as needed; distributes incoming faxes.  Assist customers and provides information or directions as needed.  Reports equipment malfunctions or notifies supervisor of services needed; may make minor repairs or contacts vendors for service.  Shred confidential documents.  Retrieves warrants and distributes to appropriate personnel; removes warrants from system upon execution.  Enters Paw Report information into NCIC system to ensure property is not stolen.  Attends training, workshops and seminars as assigned.  Performs additional duties as assigned or upon request.

Job Specifications

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities – Knowledge of office procedures and methods to include communications and records management.  Knowledge of administrative requirements of Public Safety Department.  Knowledge of the use, operation and capabilities of standard office equipment and machines to include micro computers, fax machines and copiers.  Micro computer skills to produce text or numerical documents including memoranda or statistical reports.  Skills to operate database software.  Keyboarding skills to enter and produce accurate type written narratives.  Knowledge of the Communications office operations and procedures.  Knowledge of administrative policies and rules of the City of Phenix City.  Knowledge of the City of Phenix City emergency management system.  Reading skills to comprehend slightly complex administrative material.  Writing skills including grammar, style, syntax and spelling to produce clear written material.  Verbal communication skills to communicate with co-workers and provide detailed accurate information to the public and emergency personnel.  Math skills to perform simple financial calculations and solve numerical problems.  Skill to access Spillman system to retrieve information.  Customer relations skills to interact with the public and other agency representatives.  Ability to carry out written and oral instructions.  Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with City staff and the general public.  Ability to work under supervision where standard practice enables duties to be performed alone referring questionable cases to supervisor.

Credentials and Experience – Have one (1) year post high school training in business technology or related area.  Two (2) years increasingly responsible office experience.

Special Requirements – Be willing to comply with City of Phenix City policies and work rules.  Be willing to work non-duty hours, holidays and weekends when necessary to achieve goals.  Be willing to travel overnight to attend and participate in meeting and activities.

Personnel Requisition Form

Department: Police
Date: December 7, 2016
Supervisor: Records Supervisor
Date Needed: ASAP
Number of Employees Requested: One
Work Hours: 8  a.m. – 5 p.m., ET – Overtime as needed

Job Title: Records Clerk
Starting Salary: $11.2419 / hourly
Position Status: Full-time
Reason Needed: Replacement

Position Overview

Under general supervision, answers multi-line telephone, directs calls or takes messages, assists visitors and provides information regarding reports and/or records procedures;  codes and processes various reports and enters information into NCIC (National Crime Information Center) data base; creates electronic files of accident reports and issues reports to citizens upon request; receives and processes fingerprint cards, verifies SID and FBI numbers against arrest records and forwards to appropriate agency; maintains files and retrieves documents as needed, documents and updates logs, periodically purges files, compiles information and prepares routine reports as directed; issues and accepts applications for taxi permits and renewals; runs driver license check to verify issuance of license or renewal and performs additional duties in support of the department as needed upon request.

Qualifications Required

Must have high school diploma or G.E.D.equivalent. Have one (1) year post high school training in business technology. Two (2) years increasingly responsible office experience. Knowledge of office procedures and methods to include reception, records management and document production.  Knowledge of administrative requirements of Police Department.  Knowledge of the use, operation and capabilities of standard office equipment.  Skills to operate word processing, spreadsheet and database software.  Keyboarding skills to enter and produce accurate typewritten or word processed documents, forms and reports.  Knowledge of the Records office operations and procedures.  Knowledge of administrative policies and rules of City of Phenix City.  Familiarity with City of Phenix City court system.  Reading skills to comprehend slightly complex administrative material.  Writing skills to produce clear written material.  Skills to compose routine letters, memoranda and related office documents.  Verbal communication skills to communicate with co-workers and provide general information to the public.  Math skills to perform simple financial calculations and solve numerical problems.  Skill to access computer system to retrieve information.  Customer relations skills to interact with the public and other agency representatives.  Ability to carry out written and oral instructions.  Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with City staff and general public.  Ability to work under general supervision.

Physical Qualifications Required

Must hear well enough to communicate effectively in person or over the telephone (hearing aid acceptable);  must be able to speak clearly to communicate effectively in person or over the telephone;  must have the use of hands and fingers to write, type and/or operate office machinery;  must have body movement or mobility to move freely about the office.  Must see well enough to read fine print and numbers without error or transposition (corrective lens acceptable).

Documents Required

  • High School Diploma / GED
  • Valid Photo ID
  • Birth Certificate
  • Social Security Card

How to Apply

Applications for this position will be accepted until a pool of 20 applications is received or the position is filled, whichever comes first. Current city employees wishing to apply should send Internal Job Application provided by the Human Resources Department to the HR Director by the deadline stated. (A courtesy copy will be sent to the employee’s department head.)

Applications can be found online (download an application) or picked up at the City of Phenix City Human Resources Department:
1103 Broad Street
Phenix City, AL 36867
Ph: 334 448-2706

Applications are available for pick up and drop off on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m., Eastern Time, and Fridays from 2 until 5 p.m., Eastern Time. You may also email your completed application.

Job Description

Job Title: Records Clerk
Department: Police
Location: Public Safety Building
FLSA Status: Non-Exempt
Code: EAP-4
Reports to: Records Supervisor

Job Summary

Under general supervision answers multi-line telephone, directs calls or takes messages, assists visitors and provides information regarding reports and/or records procedures;  codes and processes various reports and enters information into NCIC database;  creates electronic files of accident reports and issues reports to citizens upon request.  Receives and processes fingerprint cards,  verifies SID and FBI numbers against arrest records and forwards to appropriate agency;  maintains files and retrieves documents as needed, documents and updates logs, periodically purges files, compiles information and prepares routine reports as directed;  issues and accepts applications for taxi permits and renewals;  runs driver license check to verify issuance of license or renewal and performs additional duties in support of the department as needed or upon request.

Duties & Responsibilities

A. Reception and Customer service (25%) – Answers multi-line telephone, directs calls, takes messages or provides callers with information.  Assists customers at window by providing directions and obtaining information regarding reports.  Receives payment for reports issued, prepares and issues receipts.  Assists officers by retrieving records or other information needed for court or case preparation.

B. Processing Violations and Issuing Reports (45%) – Receives and processes incident/offense reports by documenting NCIC/UCR code and entering information into computer database.  Enters information on stolen property into national database.  Processes arrest reports and forward electronic file to state reporting agency.  Processes felony and misdemeanor arrest reports, assigns code according to offense.  Processes and files Barred from Housing documents.  Creates computer disk file of accident reports and forwards copy to Alabama Department of Public Safety.  Receives and processes UTC tickets and obtain driver history reports for court hearings.  Obtains necessary information from customers regarding reports requested.  Retrieves copy of report from files to provide citizens.  Requests and verifies identification to ensure requesting customer is authorized recipient.  Issues reports to include accident reports along with SR13, incident and offense reports, explains procedure and collects report fee.  Issues incident reports to victims for use in signing warrants with court system.  Receives “mail-in” request from insurance companies for reports;  copies and forwards to requesting agency.  Receives jury duty lists from court system, searches computer database and records to obtain criminal history reports;  forwards to appropriate personnel.

C. Records Management and Reporting (25%) – Maintains file of outstanding warrants, traffic citations and incident/offense reports, arrest reports and accident reports.  Maintains file of DUI case information to include arrest reports and blood alcohol test results.  Maintains files of traffic and non-traffic transmittals.   Maintains file of taxi permits issued and renewed.  Maintains log of criminal history checks.  Documents and maintains file of vehicle impound records;  conducts search on VIN of abandon vehicles to identify owners.  Updates and maintains files of Daily Readings.  Searches and retrieves criminal/driver history reports from computer files and forwards to Municipal Court.  Periodically purges files and stores in archive files.  Prepares monthly Statistical Report detailing accidents, fatalities, citations and other information and forward to Office Manager.

D. Services to Department (5%) – Copies documents as needed.  Deliver monies received from reports to City Clerk’s office.  Reports equipment malfunctions or notifies supervisor or services needed and make minor repairs or contacts vendor for service.  Shred confidential documents.  Performs additional duties as assigned or upon request.

Job Specifications

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities – Knowledge of office procedures and methods to include reception, records management and document production.  Knowledge of administrative requirements of Police Department.  Knowledge of the use, operation and capabilities of standard office equipment and machines to include word processors, typewriters, fax machines and copiers.  Micro computer skills to produce text or numerical documents including letters, correspondence, memoranda or statistical reports.  Skills to operate word processing, spreadsheet and database software.  Keyboarding skills to enter and produce accurate typewritten or word processed documents, forms and reports.  Knowledge of the Records office operations and procedures.  Knowledge of  administrative policies and rules of City of Phenix City.  Familiarity with City of Phenix City court system.  Reading skills to comprehend slightly complex administrative material.  Writing skills including grammar, style, syntax and spelling to produce clear written material.  Skills to compose routine letters, memoranda and related office documents.   Verbal communication skills to communicate with co-workers and provide general information to the public.  Math skills to perform simple financial calculations and solve numerical problems.  Skill to access Spillman system to retrieve information.  Customer relations skills to interact with the public and other agency representatives.  Ability to carry out written and oral instructions.  Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with City staff and the general public.  Ability to work under general supervision where standard practice enable duties to be performed alone referring questionable cases to supervisor.

Credentials and Experience – Have (1) year post high school training in business technology.  Two (2) years increasingly responsible office experience.

Special Requirements – Be willing to comply with City of Phenix City policies and work rules.  Be willing to work during non-duty hours, holidays and weekends when necessary to achieve goals.  Be willing to comply with Standard Operating of Police Department.

Personnel Requisition Form

Department: Engineering / Public Works –Limbs & Debris
Date: December 7, 2016
Supervisor: Limbs & Debris Supervisor
Date Needed: ASAP
Number of Employees Requested: One
Work Hours: 8  a.m. – 4:30 p.m., ET [7 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. (during summer)]

Job Title: Service Maintenance Worker
Starting Salary: $9.8059 / hourly
Position Status: Full-time
Reason Needed: Replacement

Position Overview

Under immediate supervision assists in maintenance of right of ways and limbs and debris removal.  Picks up litter and debris from right of way ahead of mowing operations, removes grass clippings and vegetation using hand tools and power trimmers, assists grab-all and limb truck operators in removing piles of debris from right of way by gathering debris and placing in truck.  Assist in loading/unloading and maintenance of tools and equipment.  Assist in positioning traffic control devices around work zone to conform with the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices. Directs traffic around work zone using traffic control devices, hand signals, and two-way radios.  Performs additional tasks in support of the department as needed or upon request.

Qualifications Required

Knowledge to operate lawn mowers, weed eaters and blowers.  Skills to do general maintenance on equipment to keep operable.  Must exercise courtsey and tact in dealing with coworkers and the general public.  Must be able to work independent of direct supervision.  Ensures tools are in proper condition.  Assist in ensuring equipment is in proper working order.  Cleans tools and equipment and ensures that tools and equipment are stored properly. Attends departmental and safety meetings as required.  Maintains uniforms and safety attire to conform to proper dress codes and safety rules at all times.

Physical Qualifications Required

Must be dexterous enough to use hands and fingers to grasp and manipulate tools and/or equipment;  must be agile enough to climb in and out of truck to load and or unload necessary equipment;  must be able to work on uneven terrain in traffic areas:  must possess adequate upper and lower body strength to maintain control while operating tamping machines and/or other equipment while on uneven terrain;   must hear well enough to receive communications over a two-way radio (hearing aid acceptable);  must speak clearly and loudly enough to be heard and understood in person and/or over two-way radio;  must see well enough to safely operate equipment;  must be able to assist in lifting equipment; must be able to withstand exposure to the elements to include extreme heat and/or cold;  must pass a pre-employment drug screen.

Documents Required

  • Valid Photo ID

How to Apply

Applications for this position will be accepted until a pool of 20 applications is received or the position is filled, whichever comes first. Current city employees wishing to apply should send Internal Job Application provided by the Human Resources Department to the HR Director by the deadline stated. (A courtesy copy will be sent to the employee’s department head.)

Applications can be found online (download an application) or picked up at the City of Phenix City Human Resources Department:
1103 Broad Street
Phenix City, AL 36867
Ph: 334 448-2706

Applications are available for pick up and drop off on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m., Eastern Time, and Fridays from 2 until 5 p.m., Eastern Time. You may also email your completed application.

 

Job Description

Job Title: Service Maintenance Worker (Limbs & Debris)
Department: Public Works
Location: Public Works Building
FLSA Status: Non-Exempt
Code: SM-1
Reports to: Limbs & Debris Supervisor

Job Summary

Under immediate supervision assists in maintenance of right of ways and limbs and debris removal. Assist in placement of traffic control devices and in directing of traffic using flags and hand signals.  Picks up litter and debris from right of way ahead of mowing operations, removes grass clippings and vegetation using hand tools and power trimmers, assists grab-all and limb truck operators in removing piles of debris from right of way by gathering debris and placing in truck.  Assist in loading/unloading and maintenance of tools and equipment.  Performs additional tasks in support of the department as needed or upon request.

Duties & Responsibilities

A. Right-of-way Maintenance (75%) – Picks up litter and debris from right of way ahead of mowing operations to ensure no obstructions or debris is present for the mowers.  Removes grass clippings and other vegetation using hand tools.  Trims grass and vegetation around obstacles behind the mowing operation using hand tools and power trimmers.  Removes piles of debris from right of way by gathering and loading onto truck.

B. Traffic Control (10%) – Assist in positioning traffic control devices around work zone to conform with the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices.  Directs traffic around work zone using traffic control devices, hand signals, and two-way radios.

C. Maintenance of Equipment (10%) – Gathers necessary tools and equipment for job and loads onto truck.  Ensures tools are in proper condition.  Assist in ensuring equipment is in proper working order.  Cleans tools and equipment and ensures that tools and equipment are stored properly.

D. Services to Department (5%) – Attends departmental and safety meetings as required.  Maintains uniforms and safety attire to conform to proper dress codes and safety rules at all times.

Job Specifications

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities – Knowledge of organization and operational procedures of limbs and debris division.  Knowledge of proper operation and maintenance of assigned tools and equipment. Knowledge of Public Works safety rules and procedures. Knowledge of policies, rules and regulations of the City of Phenix City.  Reading skills to comprehend written directives, policies, and rules. Writing skills to assist in completing daily reports. Verbal communication skills to converse with supervisors and co-workers regarding work related activities.  Math skills to count, add and subtract whole numbers.  Skills to comprehend written or oral instructions. Skills to operate two-way radio to communicate with other work crews or dispatcher to receive and transmit information.  Ability to follow instructions and efficiently complete tasks.  Ability to exercise judgement particularly in tasks involving safety of self and others.  Ability to work under immediate supervision and carry out assigned tasks. Ability to work as a member of a team.

Credentials and Experience – Training and experience in the maintenance workforce.

Special Requirements – Be willing to comply with City of Phenix City policies and work rules.  Be w