Laborer

NON APPROPRIATED FUNDS

ANNOUNCEMENT NUMBER #21-144

 

LOCATION OF POSITION: Morale Welfare and Recreation Department (MWR), Community Recreation, NAS Pensacola, Fl.

 

OPENING DATE: 04/09/2021                                                                CLOSING DATE: Open Until Filled

                                                                                                                                        1st. Cutoff 04/20/2021

 

POSITION: Laborer (Community Recreation)/NA-3502-04                        SALARY: $10.65- $12.44/ PH

 

EMPLOYMENT CATEGORY: Flexible (May be scheduled to work up to 40 hours weekly, May be required to work weekends, holidays, and evenings. No Group Benefits Included)

 

AREA OF CONSIDERATION: Applications will be accepted from local commuting area only.

 

DUTIES: Loads and unloads materials from ground, pallets, skids, platforms trucks, lifting devices, and transport vehicles, manually or mechanically with lift gate, wheelbarrow, pallet jack or dolly. Operates a variety of power equipment to include but not limited to the following: mowers, clippers, posthole diggers, blowers, weed eaters, power washers, and banding equipment. Uses hand tools such as shovels, rakes, hammers, bars, saws, axes, loppers, wrenches, brushes, and brooms to maintain and clean facilities and grounds. Moves and organizes equipment, supplies, furniture, and materials by hand or by mechanical means. Uses shovels, rakes, and rock bars to excavate, backfill or spread sand, dirt or fill materials to improve recreation spaces such as playgrounds, park spaces, volleyball course , horseshoe pits, etc. Ensures grounds and facilities are maintained and clean (e.g., cleans park tables, collects/empties trash cans, barbecues, pavilions, docks, and rental equipment to ensure they are in serviceable condition ). Clears small tress, limbs, tree debris, and bushes using handsaw, clippers or loppers. Shovels, sweeps or rakes snow, sand or dirt from sidewalks, playgrounds, volleyball course, beach and recreational parking lots. Cleans and waxes vehicles. Maintains an inventory of hand and power tools, large equipment and inflatable bounce equipment and ensures they are in good working order. Makes all adjustments to equipment to ensure proper settings, connections, and mechanical soundness. Makes minor repairs, paints, and may perform carpentry work. Assists the mechanic with maintain and cleaning renal equipment. Delivers, sets up, inspects and tears down inflatable bounce equipment. Assists in preparing excess property for disposal. Determines and selects the most appropriate type of equipment to accomplish each phase of work in the most productive and cost-effective manner. Assists in preparing excess property for disposal. Assists in issuing and receiving rental equipment from customers, assists customers in hooking up trailers, loading and unloading of equipment into personal vehicles. Observes required safety, sanitation, environmental, hazardous waste disposal, and housekeeping rules and regulations.  

 

WORKING CONDITIONS: Work is preformed outside in all types of weather as well as inside of building. Incumbent is frequently exposed to drafts, noise, fumes, dirt, dust, grease, and fluids that may cause irritation and possible electric shock, scrapes, burs and cuts. Incumbent must wear personal protective equipment (e.g., safety gloves, hearing protection, safety glasses, boots, etc.) when required. Work may require standing on concrete floors for long periods. Special care is required to avoid serious injuries. Outdoor work is performed in all kinds of weather.

 

PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Incumbent must exert very heavy physical effort, frequently lifting and moving objects weighing over 70 lbs., operating power mowers on grades, towing trailers, pushing heavy wheelbarrow loads of dirt, sand or playground fil, raking and shoveling dirt or sand, and using a pallet jack to move materials and equipment.

 

NOTE:  As a condition of employment, selectee(s) will be required to participate in the Direct Deposit/Electronic Funds Transfer within the first 60 days of employment. This is the DOD standard method of payment of personnel. Employees will be subject to administrative action for failure to enroll unless a waiver has been obtained.