Job Class Specification for:
HYDRO MAINTENANCE WORKER I - GENERATION
Class Specification Schematic Number: 9151503
in this class perform general cleaning and maintenance duties at and around the
Powerhouse and on vehicles and provide support to other skilled workers.
Characteristics of the Class:
is the assistant level in the Hydro Maintenance series. Positions in this class,
under direct supervision, perform cleaning and maintenance duties around the
Powerhouse by clearing roads, trails, culverts and rivers of trash and debris;
by mowing the grass and weeds and by performing general routine maintenance on
vehicles, log booms and docks. The work requires knowledge of tools such as
electric drills, table saws, pipe benders and cutters used in the maintenance
and electrical trades. Guidelines
exist in the form of technical and repair manuals and standard operating
policies and procedures. Special
assignments not covered by guidelines are discussed with supervisor.
This class is distinguished from the Hydro Maintenance Worker
II-Generation in that positions in this class perform routine maintenance work.
Personal contact is primarily with inter-departmental employees, vendors
and governmental employees to provide and exchange information.
powerhouse and garage by sweeping, mopping, dusting and removing trash from
powerhouse grounds by mowing grass and spraying for weeds and cutting brush
along roadway and under powerhouse lines.
in maintaining roadways by cleaning ditches, patching holes and cleaning
in cleaning generators being repaired.
and unplugs drains.
trash from river; and assists in installing trash booms, log booms and dock
sections in river.
routine maintenance of vehicles including changing oil, grease and tire
supplies for the garage and vehicles.
and services fire extinguishes.
other related duties of a comparable level/type as assigned.
to work outdoors in all types of weather. Required
to work around potentially hazardous equipment, toxic chemicals and materials.
Required to work at heights and in dangerous situations.
Required to lift or move objects weighing in excess of 50 pounds.
Required to stand, walk or bend for extended periods of time.
year experience performing general laboring/manual work, good physical condition
and the ability to work with hand and power tools and equipment.
and Other Requirements:
description was prepared to indicate the kinds of activities and levels of work
difficulty required of positions in this class.
It is not intended as a complete list of specific duties and
January 2, 1991
Class title changed
March 19, 2002
to include “ – Generation”
Date posted 3/28/2002
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