Compensation plans are based on a multi-step progression system. The pay range reflects the entry level and maximum salary potential in the assigned pay grade.
**A starting salary may be negotiated and will be commensurate with education, training and experience in alignment with pay administration policies and MCCP Board Rules & Regulations**
Nature of Work
The fundamental reason this classification
exists is to supervise work crews and maintenance/construction projects, which
include public right-of-ways, parks, ball fields, playgrounds, neighborhoods,
and City-owned buildings. The major work duties include planning for an
assignment, directing activities on a work site, documenting project activities,
and supervising a work crew. The distinguishing characteristics of this
classification include responsibility for supervising work crews engaged in
manual non-skilled to semi-skilled labor performing a variety of maintenance, construction
and custodial duties. Incumbents work under general direction. They are
generally in charge of the crew, plan and carry out assignments with
considerable independence, and have some latitude in developing procedures and
methods. Assignments are received at the
beginning of the shift and the foreman typically prioritizes the assignments. Supervisors
are contacted for guidance in cases of unexpected occurrences or unanticipated
situations. Errors made during the performance of tasks can result in safety
hazards to the general public and the work crew, for example, chemical
applications on a playground with numerous children at play, poor construction
of sidewalks and roadways, lack of attention to safety hazards, and injuries to
work crew. Labor Foremen II are distinguished from Labor Foremen I by the level
of skill possessed by their subordinates. For example, Foremen II typically
supervise employees in classifications such as Equipment Operator, Heavy
Equipment Operator and Labor Foreman I. Labor Foremen I typically supervise
Service Maintenance Workers.
Two years of experience as a lead worker on a construction, maintenance or custodial
crew. Specific expertise may be required
based on the specific vacancy, for example, experience in the areas of
playground maintenance, ball field maintenance, carpentry, landscaping, lawn
care, chemical spraying, utility service, asphalt, and concrete.
NOTE: Qualifying education, training and experience that provide the requisite knowledge, skills and abilities to perform the job will be considered.
Possession of a valid Alabama Driver’s License or the ability to obtain one
within six months as needed to drive and operate city vehicles.
PHYSICAL ABILITIES: Physical ability to lift and move
objects up to 50-70 pounds as needed to move materials at work sites. Physical ability to sit, stand,
walk, stoop, and bend repeatedly for extended periods of time as needed to
complete various work tasks.
WORKING CONDITIONS: The majority of the jobs require
working outside which includes traveling over rough, uneven, or rocky surfaces
and working in a variety of weather conditions with exposure to the
elements. All jobs require the movement
of objects weighing from 50-70 pounds with assistance; bending or stooping
repeatedly over time; and working with cleaning fluids, chemicals, pesticides,
insecticides, paints, cleaning agents, or similar solutions. May work some weekends during peak seasons or
prior to and after special city events. May work longer than normal regular
hours to ensure projects are completed in a timely manner.
Kind of Examination
Applications are being accepted to fill one (1) vacancy and any other vacancies that may occur during the life of the register. The current vacancies are with the City of Montgomery Parks and Recreation
. Applicants will be screened and qualified based upon education and experience as shown on the application and supplemental questionnaire. For this reason, applicants are urged to fill in the application and supplemental questionnaire form completely providing detailed information concerning the kinds of jobs they have held, the dates they held them, where and exactly what their duties were. If more than five qualified applications are received, a selection procedure will be administered to rank applicants on the register. Tied scores will not be broken. If there are five or less qualified applicants, they will be considered equally qualified and placed on the register in alphabetical order.
Complete an online application by visiting Montgomery City-County Personnel's Online Employment Center. Paper applications are no longer accepted. Completed applications will be accepted online until 11:59 p.m. on the closing date. If there is no closing date, the announcement may be closed at any time without prior notice.
This position is open only to City of Montgomery Parks and Recreation employees who have completed their probationary period and meet the minimum qualifications.