$29.51-$35.89 Hourly / $5,116.00-$6,221.00 Monthly / $61,386.00-$74,646.00 Yearly
According to Civil Service Commission Rule 109, the duties specified below are representative of the range of duties assigned to this job code/class and are not intended to be an inclusive list.
1. Excavates trenches (using various pneumatic and hand tools, including 90-pound jackhammers) for water and sewer lines, underground utility repair, or electrical conduits; backfills and compacts excavations; and potholes transmission mains and service piping.
2. Clears culverts, stakes fabric to prevent erosion of work sites, and cements and rip-raps upstream and downstream of culverts.
3. Stabilizes embankments by building wetwalls and drywalls alongside roadways and waterways.
4. Clears obstacles prior to machine mowing.
5. Serves as flag operator and sets up traffic barricades and lights or other barriers around work sites (on streets or in other locations).
6. Clears and chips vegetation, brush, limbs; clears firebreaks, watershed roadways, v-ditches, jogging and foot paths, pipeline rights-of-way, around structures, buildings, risers, vaults, and valve lots; cuts access routes to watershed domestic utility lines and springs; removes small trees and grinds stumps.
7. Installs and maintains chain link, barbed wire and hogwire fencing; cements watershed gate posts and chain link fence posts.
8. Loads and unloads materials, supplies, furniture, and/or equipment by hand or with booms, power tailgate, forklift, and other moving equipment for moving to and from worksites (examples: jackhammers, sandbags, cement bags, debris bags, railroad ties, whackers, vibratory plates).
9. Removes and cleans up debris resulting from construction, maintenance, wrecking, or repair work around grounds and building areas using hands, broom, shovel, wheel barrow, etc.
10. Works in confined spaces to assist in cleaning and flushing catch basins, septic tanks, or sewage treatment plants with shovels, hoses, and pumps to ensure proper drainage of the sewer system.
11. Operates and maintains pneumatic, electrical, mechanical, and hand tools including air compressors, jack hammers, tie tampers, sand blasters, steam cleaners, hoists, drills, chain saws, cement mixers, chipping guns, weed whackers, spaders, stump grinders, fence stretchers, aerial lift buckets, and other hand tools to assist craft workers in getting their jobs done.
12. Mixes and prepares concrete.
13. Assists in the application of concrete and asphalt to repair roads and sidewalks.
14. Sweeps streets and sidewalks
15. Applies disinfectants, de-greasers, and herbicides to streets and sidewalks.
16. Scrubs streets, sidewalks, and plazas with a broom or high-pressure water hose.
17. Picks up litter and puts debris into bags.
18. Cleans up illegal dumping sites, spills on city streets, and sites of accidents. 19. Removes litter and signs from poles and benches.
20. Operates motorized sidewalk sweepers to clean sidewalks.
21. Uses radio communication system or other communication devices.
22. Manages a tool room, distributing tools and tracking inventory.
23. Completes forms such as work orders, daily work or field reports, and/or accident report forms.
24. Drives a truck and/or car to work sites and follows route or other maps.
25. Prepare surfaces for painting; removes graffiti from public/private property using a computerized color matching program, soda blaster, and/or steam cleaner.
These minimum qualifications establish the education, training, experience, special skills and/or license(s) which are required for employment in the classification. Please note, additional qualifications (i.e., special conditions) may apply to a particular position and will be stated on the exam/job announcement.
Three (3) years (6000 hours) of journey-level experience as a general laborer in the construction field.
License and Certification:
Possession of a valid Class C California driver license (must be maintained during employment).
Completion of a California Division of Apprenticeship Standards (DAS) or United States Department of Labor (DOL) approved apprentice construction laborer program may be substituted for the required experience.