Institution Utility Worker for the City and County of San Francisco

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The City and County of San Francisco is currently hiring for the position of Institution Utility Worker/

Under general supervision, performs a variety of manual and general labor tasks in connection with the operation and maintenance of institutional buildings and grounds, and performs other related duties as required. The essential functions of this class include: consolidating and loading refuse onto trucks for removal or transportation to disposal sites; assisting engineers and/or craft workers with minor repairs to mechanical  equipment and building infrastructure; performing general maintenance duties; operating a motor vehicle while transporting various items, which may include delivering or picking up items such as packages when necessary; assisting others in daily tasks; assisting in identifying health and safety issues; and assisting in the reconfiguration of work areas.

The nature of the work includes the ability to drive to various work related sites; to work occasionally on weekends and nights; to perform heavy lifting; and may involve some dirty and disagreeable work conditions such as tight crawl spaces with hot steam pipes. Employees will be required to lift 50 – 70 pounds depending upon the position.

Minimum Qualifications
1A) One year of full time verifiable experience (equivalent to 2,000 hours) in the maintenance of buildings and grounds;
OR
1B) Six months of experience in Class 7524-Institutional Utility Worker;

AND

2) Possession of a valid Class “C” driver license.

Verification: Applicants may be required to submit verification of qualifying experience and licensure at any point in the application, examination and/or departmental selection process.

Note: Falsifying one’s experience or licensure or attempted deception on the application may result in disqualification for this and future job opportunities with the City and County of San Francisco.

Apply online at City and County of San Francisco – Department of Human Resources

 

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