|Date Opened||2/8/2023 2:17:00 PM|
City of Montgomery
|Salary||$15.45 - $23.09/hour|
|Job Type||Open Competitive|
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**
The fundamental reason this classification exists is to oversee a small crew of semiskilled and unskilled workers and participate in maintenance/construction projects in various departments with the City of Montgomery. The major work duties include planning assignments, supervising a crew performing skilled and semi-skilled work, and documenting project activities. The distinguishing characteristics of this classification is Labor Foreman I positions are working supervisors, so they not only perform supervisory duties they also perform duties assigned to their subordinates. The Labor Foreman I must be familiar with all of the tasks assigned to a crew as well as the equipment operated in order to monitor work progress and train employees in the performance of their duties. 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. Labor Foremen I are distinguished from Labor Foremen II by the level of skill possessed by subordinates.
One year of experience as a lead worker on a utility, construction or maintenance crew.
NOTE: Qualifying education, training and experience that provide the requisite knowledge, skills and abilities to perform the job will be considered.
This position require possession of an Alabama Commercial Driver’s License as needed to drive and operate city vehicles and equipment.
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 elements to include heat, cold, rain and dust. All jobs require movement of objects weighing from 50-70 pounds with assistance; bending or stooping repeatedly over time; and working with cleaning fluids, chemicals, pesticide, insecticides, paint, 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 project completion in a timely manner. Some positions require shift work
Physical ability to lift and move objects from 50-70 pounds as needed to move materials at work site. Physical ability to sit, stand, walk, stoop, bend, climb ladder, and reach above head repeatedly for extended periods of time as needed to complete various work tasks.
DRUG TEST: Employment may be conditional upon the potential employee passing a pre-employment drug test. (The drug test may require the submission of a sample of hair, finger nails, and/or urine that will verify illegal drug use).
BACKGROUND CHECK: Employment may be conditional upon the potential employee passing a background check. (Candidates will be asked to provide consent prior to the administration of background checks.)
EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY: Discrimination against any person in recruitment, examination, appointment, training, promotion, retention, discipline, or any other aspect of personnel administration because of political or religious opinions or affiliations or because of race, national origin, or any other non merit factors is prohibited. Discrimination on the basis of age, sex, or physical disability is prohibited except where specific age, sex, or physical requirements constitute a bona fide occupational qualification necessary to proper and efficient administration.
REQUEST FOR ACCOMMODATION: Under the Americans with Disabilities Act, it is the responsibility of the applicant with a disability to request accommodation which he/she requires in order to participate in the application or examination process. The Personnel Department reserves the right to require documentation of the need for accommodation under the ADA. In order to request accommodation in the application or testing process, contact the Personnel Director at (334) 625-2675.
I9: Prior to your employment, you will be required to provide to your employer documentation of your identity and employment eligibility in order to comply with the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986.
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