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***We are currently accepting applications for the 2021 summer season! The summer season has two dates and is anticipated to run from 5/10/2021 to 10/17/2021 and from 5/31/21 to 11/7/21.***


  • $15 per hour PLUS $1.00 per hour end of season bonus!
  • Four day work weeks allows plenty of time to explore the Telluride region, the San Juan Mountains and neighboring national parks
  • Furnished employee housing available.
  • Assistant Property Manager- Village Court Apartments

    Mountain Village, Colorado
  • Groundskeeper- full time, seasonal

    Plaza Services
    Mountain Village, Colorado
    $15.00 / hour

     

    Job requirements: 

    • Plant and lawn care
    • Grounds-keeping and public plaza upkeep
    • Set up/ tear down of summer concert series, market on the plaza and special events
    • Employees get to work at 9,500 feet and can endure snow almost any month of the year.
    • Valid driver's license and pre-employment drug testing required
    • Full job description

    Benefits

    • Pay is $15/hr plus $1.00 per hour bonus upon completion of the season.
    • Four day work weeks 
    • Commuter shuttles may be available for $2 a ride to/from Montrose, Norwood, and Cortez.
    • Season Ski Pass (winter season only)
    • Furnished employee housing is available

    Housing information:

    • Employee housing IS available- the Living situation is a fully furnished shared 1 bedroom Village Court Apartment. Summer 2019 Employee Housing is currently available.
      • Employees are paired with a member of the same-sex (couples or friends may be paired together space permitting)
      • Rent is automatically payroll deducted bi-weekly ($279.75 summer season per pay period per person during winter season only rent is $290.00)
      • Unit is fully furnished - kitchen includes full sized appliances and dishwasher
      • All bills paid - cable tv included (the internet is the employee's responsibility)
      • $500 deposit $50 Admin Fee and parking permit fee required. (Parking permit subject to availability.)  
      • Everything you need is within walking distance or a gondola ride away, so there is no need to bring a vehicle. Onsite parking is limited and first come first serve. 
      • Must be employed as a full-time seasonal employee to live in Employee Housing 
    • Contact ladamson@mtnvillage.org for additional information 

     Other Housing Options

    • Village Court Apartments in Mountain Village: a five-minute walk from the gondola, chairlift, grocery store, Nordic skiing/ biking/ hiking trails. Offers studio, one, two, and three bedroom rentals. Minimal dog rental units are available. 
    • Big Billie's (summer season only) in Mountain Village: For more information, contact bigbillies@telski.com 970-728-7470. 
    • Telluride Daily Planet: The classifieds are a great place to look for house/apartment rentals as well as "roommates wanted".
    • The San Miguel Regional Housing Authority provides assistance in finding affordable housing to fit your needs. 

    Contact: HR@mtnvillage.org with any questions.

  • Groundskeeper-Seasonal

    Plaza Services
    Mountain Village, Colorado
    $15.00 / hour

    NATURE OF WORK: Performs general and semi-skilled labor, maintenance, grounds keeping, construction, repair and upkeep work for the Town of Mountain Village public grounds, in accordance with all safety regulations and procedures.

    An employee that works the entire season is eligible for a $1.00 per hour worked bonus. This is paid at the end of the season. The summer season has two dates and is anticipated to run from 5/10/2021 to 10/17/2021 and from 5/31/21 to 11/7/21.

    Job Title:  Groundskeeper-Seasonal

    FLSA:       Non-Exempt                                                                                                        

    Effective Date: March 2021

    Salary Grade: 26 (Min $15.00, Mid $17.55)                                                    

    DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

    Summer Season:

    • Performs a variety of grounds keeping activities including maintaining assigned property, plazas, landscaping, lawns and gardens, and assures compliance with all safety rules and regulations; ensures that work zone and all equipment are in safe operating condition.
    • Participates in maintaining grounds and common areas including weed control, repair of hardscape, irrigation systems, sweeping public areas, cleaning ash trays, and removing debris from public places and environment, empties public trash and recycling receptacles.
    • Performs the upkeep of flower beds; plants flowers and foliage; maintains and weeds flower beds, pots, and baskets; performs a variety of landscaping functions including planting and trimming trees and shrubs, and mowing and fertilizing, raking, aeration of lawns.

    Winter Season:

    • Participates in maintaining grounds and common areas including repair of hardscape, snow and ice removal, sweeping public areas, cleaning ash trays, and removing debris from public places and environment, empties public trash and recycling receptacles.
    • Assists with minor maintenance activities including painting, oiling, staining and waterproofing of public benches, light posts, signage, fences, and trash cans when necessary.
    • Assembles, installs, and removes holiday decorations.

     Summer & Winter Seasons

    • Cleans and sanitizes surfaces in the public plaza including but not limited to tables, chairs, gondola dining cabins, trash & recycling containers,
    • Operates a variety of vehicles and light equipment in accordance with all safety regulations and procedures; identifies and reports mechanical problems requiring additional repair.
    • Monitors propane fire pits and heaters, fills, transports and swaps propane tanks.
    • Assists with minor maintenance activities including painting, oiling, staining and waterproofing of public benches, light posts, signage, fences, and trash cans when necessary.
    • Collects and disposes of garbage and recyclables from public common areas.
    • Monitors public restrooms and public trash rooms for cleanliness and reports issues to supervisor.
    • Assists with special events by participating in the physical set-up and break-down of events and overseeing event activities to ensure group activities are in compliance with Town Policies while maintaining a safe environment for the public.
    • Installs and removes bike racks, ski racks, and other seasonal infrastructure
    • Reports the need for maintenance on tools and motorized machinery including bobcats, mowers, chain saws, power leaf blowers, hedge trimmers, weed eaters and other equipment.
    • Tracks inventory of department supplies and materials
    • Acts as a liaison, when necessary between Mountain Village and its residents and guests, subcontractors, vendors, and merchants giving direction and assistance in a friendly and professional manner. .
    • Promotes and observes safe work methods and uses safety equipment; secures work sites as necessary; may attend safety committee meetings, actively participates in and may conduct tailgate trainings
    • Contributes to the efficiency and effectiveness of the department’s service to its customers by offering suggestions and directing or participating as an active member of the team
    • Reinforces the Town’s commitment to the environment by responsible use of electricity, natural gas, fuel, paper, water, and chemicals.
    • Additional duties as assigned.

    MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

    High School Diploma or GED and experience gardening, using of common hand tools used in landscaping and snow removal, two years’ experience in parks/ grounds maintenance OR an equivalent combination of education, training and experience.  General computer skills working with email and time tracking software.

    Applicants will be required to undergo drug testing prior to employment and will be subject to further drug and alcohol testing throughout their employment.

     Licenses/Certification(s):

    Possession of a valid Colorado State Driver’s License is required.

    A driving records search will be conducted on all applicants prior to employment and the applicant’s driving record will be subject to observation throughout their employment.

    KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES REQUIRED:

    Knowledge of: Methods, materials and equipment used in grounds keeping maintenance; methods, materials and equipment used in lawn and garden maintenance and snow and ice removal; irrigation systems, landscaping equipment; methods for seeding, propagating, planting, cultivating and trimming flowers, plants, trees, shrubs and lawns; state and town safety rules and regulations, including drug and alcohol testing guidelines; occupational hazards and safety precautions. 

     Skill in: Safe and efficient operation and maintenance of vehicles and equipment according to standard operating and safety procedures; use of gardening and grounds keeping tools and equipment; effective verbal and written communication; customer service standards; establishing and maintaining effective working relations with co-workers; basic computer skills including Word, Excel, Internet, & Microsoft Outlook.

    Environmental Factors:

    Work is performed primarily in outdoor environments with exposure to extreme weather conditions, machinery with moving parts.     

    Physical Factors:

    While performing the duties of this job, the employee may be required to operate heavy equipment, perform heavy to light manual labor,  stand and walk for extended periods of time, climb ladders, and lift and/or move items weighing up to 100 pounds.   

  • Groundskeeper-Full Time, Year Round

    Plaza Services
    Mountain Village, Colorado
    $16.39 / hour

    This position may come with employee housing (typically a one bedroom unit) at Village Court Apartments, located in Mountain Village, Colorado.

    Mountain Village is a great place to live, work & visit!

    Performs general and semi-skilled labor, maintenance, grounds keeping, construction, repair and upkeep work for the Town of Mountain Village public grounds, in accordance with all safety regulations and procedures.

    This position may come with employee housing at Village Court Apartments! 

    Status: Nonexempt

    Salary Range: minimum $16.39 maximum $19.26

    DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

    • Performs a variety of grounds keeping activities including maintaining assigned property, plazas, landscaping, lawns and gardens, and assures compliance with all safety rules and regulations; ensures that work zone and all equipment are in safe operating condition.
    • Conducts fertilizing, weed control, mowing, seeding and watering procedures; conducts general clean up of trash and debris; collection of trash and recycling from receptacles in public areas; inspects landscaped areas; loads and hauls materials; plants and prunes trees, shrubs, and flowers; waters flowerbeds, pots, and baskets.
    • Participates in maintaining grounds and common areas including weed control, repair of hardscape, snow and ice removal, irrigation systems, sweeping public areas, cleaning ash trays, and removing debris from public places and environment, empties public trash and recycling receptacles.
    • Monitors compliance with Plaza and Town policies including special events, plaza uses, plaza vehicle access permitting and policies, motorized cart policies, and plaza license agreements.
    • Operates a variety of vehicles and equipment in accordance with all safety regulations and procedures; identifies and reports mechanical problems requiring additional repair.
    • Performs the upkeep and replanting of flower beds; plants flowers and foliage; maintains and weeds flower beds, pots, and baskets; performs a variety of landscaping functions including planting and trimming trees and shrubs, and mowing and fertilizing, raking, aeration of lawns.
    • Performs snow and ice removal in public plazas.
    • Assists with minor maintenance activities including painting, oiling, staining and waterproofing of public benches, light posts, signage, fences, and trash cans when necessary.
    • Collects and disposes of garbage and recyclables from public common areas.
    • Participates in the physical set-up and break-down of events; oversees event activities to ensure group activities are in compliance with Town Policies.
    • Monitors public restrooms and public trash rooms for cleanliness and reports issues to supervisor.
    • Assembles, installs, and removes holiday decorations.
    • Installs and removes bike racks, ski racks, and other seasonal infrastructure.
    • Reports the need for maintenance on tools and motorized machinery including bobcats, mowers, chain saws, power leaf blowers, hedge trimmers, weed eaters and other equipment.
    • Recognizes, practices, and enforces appropriate safety rules and procedures when performing any and all tasks associated with this position.
    • Performs all tasks in a friendly and professional manner at all times, assists and provides information to residents and guests, subcontractors and merchants with utmost attention to quality customer service.
    • Performs duties with attention to minimizing impacts to the environment at all times including water conservation, natural products, chemical use, recycling and Zero Waste, energy and fuel conservation.
    • Assists with implementation of programs developed to achieve the community’s environmental goals including weed control, energy efficiency, zero waste and watershed health.
    • Tracks inventory of department supplies and materials.
    • Performs research and basic computer skills for department including word processing, spreadsheets, and internet searching.
    • Reports all unsafe actions, conditions and injuries to supervisor immediately; completes required accident reports and First Report of Injury form; Wears the required personal protective equipment; Wears seat belts when operating any entity vehicle; Active participant in regular safety tailgate training sessions.
    • Reinforces the Town’s commitment to the environment by responsible use of electricity, natural gas, fuel, paper, water, and chemicals.

    MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

    High School Diploma or GED and experience gardening, using of common hand tools used in landscaping and snow removal, two years’ experience in parks/ grounds maintenance OR an equivalent combination of education, training and experience.  General computer skills working with email and time tracking software.

    Applicants will be required to undergo drug testing prior to employment and will be subject to further drug and alcohol testing throughout their employment.

    Licenses/Certification(s):

    Possession of a valid Colorado State Driver’s License is required.

    A driving records search will be conducted on all applicants prior to employment and the applicant’s driving record will be subject to observation throughout their employment.

    KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES REQUIRED:

    Knowledge of: Methods, materials and equipment used in grounds keeping maintenance; methods, materials and equipment used in lawn and garden maintenance and snow and ice removal; irrigation systems, landscaping equipment; methods for seeding, propagating, planting, cultivating and trimming flowers, plants, trees, shrubs and lawns; state and town safety rules and regulations, including drug and alcohol testing guidelines; occupational hazards and safety precautions. 

    Skill in: Safe and efficient operation and maintenance of vehicles and equipment according to standard operating and safety procedures; use of gardening and grounds keeping tools and equipment; effective verbal and written communication; customer service standards; establishing and maintaining effective working relations with co-workers; basic computer skills including Word, Excel, Internet, & Microsoft Outlook.

    Environmental Factors: 

    Work is performed primarily in outdoor environments with exposure to extreme weather conditions, machinery with moving parts. Average percentage of time spent indoors: 10% and outdoors: 90%. 

    Physical Factors:

    While performing the duties of this job, the employee may be required to operate heavy equipment, perform manual labor,  stand and walk for extended periods of time, climb ladders, and lift and/or move items weighing up to 50 pounds.

     

  • Gondola Operator/Bus Driver-Summer Season 2021

    Gondola Operator/Bus Operator-Summer Season 2021
    Mountain Village, Colorado
    $15.00 / hour

    Mountain Village is a great place to live, work & visit! Furnished employee housing available.

    Our friendly front-line employees are responsible for loading gondola passengers safely while sharing their knowledge and passion about the gondola, local recreational opportunities, and fabulous restaurants that Mountain Village/Telluride has to offer. The 2021 summer season is anticipated to run from May 20th to October 17th.

    DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

    • Operates Gondola and monitors operations in accordance with specific instructions, department policies and procedures and safety and service standards; provides safe, secure, comfortable services to users of the Gondola system; assists guests with cabin access, baggage, equipment and local information; maintaining orderly passenger traffic conditions in and around terminals.
    • Performs daily inspection of equipment, reports any operational problems to the supervisor in a timely manner, and completes daily reports as required; assures that Gondola vehicles are operated in accordance with established protocols and schedules; assists with other transit operations as directed.
    • Continuously inspects, cleans and maintains Gondola cabins, stations, and facilities; assists maintenance staff as needed; loads and unloads skis, snowboards, bicycles, and child-carriers as necessary.
    • Recognizes, practices, and enforces safety rules and procedures; recognizes, avoids, and reports unsafe acts, conditions, accidents and injuries to supervisor immediately; completes required accident reports and First Report of Injury form as applicable 
    • Removes trash, personal items, and blankets from cabins, buses, bus stops, parking areas et cetera while utilizing the proper personal protective equipment and following appropriate Transit procedures.
    • Operates a rubber-tired 14 passenger or smaller transport shuttle vehicle transporting the public and/or employees; drives transport shuttle routes as needed; transports public and/or employees in inclement weather; performs daily vehicle checks; reports any unsafe conditions with vehicle; wears seat belts when operating any town vehicle
    • Reinforces the Town’s commitment to the environment by responsible use of electricity, natural gas, fuel, paper, water, and chemicals.
    • All other duties as assigned.

    MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Must be 18 years old or older 

    Applicants will be required to undergo drug testing prior to employment and will be subject to further drug and alcohol testing throughout their employment.

    Licenses/Certification(s): Possession of a valid driver’s License is required; commercial driver’s license is desired. 

    A driving records search will be conducted on all applicants prior to employment and the applicant’s driving record will be subject to observation throughout their employment.

    KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES REQUIRED:

    Knowledge of: Gondola operations, regulations and safety procedures; Gondola operation standards and rules; Federal, state and regional public transit regulations and safety standards; radio and telephone communications protocols; Town policies and procedures; safe operation of shuttle vehicles.

    Skill in:  Operating the Gondola and Bus in a safe manner, in compliance with all policies and procedures, and state and local regulations; react quickly to situations that could create safety and customer security problems; using courtesy and respect in providing excellent customer service to guests; establishing and maintaining cooperative working relationships with employees and the general public.

    Environmental Factors: Work is performed outdoors in variable weather conditions. Operators come into contact with highly used public cabins, public spaces, and multiple use blankets on a regular basis. 

    Physical Factors: While performing the duties of this job, the employee is required to continuously stand and walk while on duty; may lift/move up to 40 lbs. Employees operate/drive Transit vehicles.

  • Infant Lead Teacher

    Mountain Munchkins
    Mountain Village, Colorado
    $19.97 / hour

    Job Title: Infant and Toddler Lead Teacher

    FLSA: Non-Exempt  

    Effective Date:  01/2021

    Salary Grade: 38 (Min $19.97, Mid $23.50)

     PRIMARY PURPOSE OF THE JOB: Under direct supervision, the Infant and Toddler Lead Teacher is responsible for developing a cohesive teaching team within his/her classroom while providing exceptional childcare that enhances the lives of infant and toddlers in his/her care and ensures safety, care and well-being of all assigned children while conducting various childcare duties. 

     DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: 

    • Lead by example; encourage team teaching success through modeling and coaching.

    • Ensure a healthy classroom environment – including maintaining appropriate hygiene and cleanliness standards and safety and security of all children.

    • Supervise teacher assistants and classroom volunteers to ensure they are following planned activities, hygiene and safety standards.

    • Extensive knowledge about the program; giving parents a tour of the facility and answering any question regarding the program.

    • Provides direct childcare and interacts with children; ensures the safety, care, well-being, and promotion of developmental milestones for assigned children.

    • Plan individual and whole group (age-appropriate) activities to actively engage children and encourage social, cognitive and emotional growth

    • Creates monthly activity schedule; including scheduling enrichment activities.  Provides calendar to families

    • Maintain personal professional development plan to ensure continuous quality improvement.

    • Collect child information from parents on a daily basis to ensure quality care.

    • Ensure a child safe environment at all times. Documents all illnesses and accidents as necessary.  

    • Work with director on the enrollment and registration of children

    • Continue with the implementation of the Pyramid model focusing on social and emotional development.

    • Assures ASQ’s are complete on all children in the classroom twice annually

    • Conducts parent-teacher conferences twice a year or upon request from parent addressing any issues, concerns or parent complaints

    • Maintain a clean, sanitary facility 

    • Daily assessment of facility safety checks

    • Promotes and observes safe work methods and uses safety equipment; secures work sites as necessary; may attend safety committee meetings, actively participates in and may conduct safety trainings

    • Contributes to the efficiency and effectiveness of the department’s service to its customers by offering suggestions and directing or participating as an active member of the team

    • Reinforces the Town’s commitment to the environment by responsible use of electricity, natural gas, fuel, paper, water, and chemicals

    Other duties as assigned

    MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

    High School Diploma/GED. Bachelor’s degree in Child Development, Early Childhood Education, Elementary Education or related field plus additional training in Management and Early Childhood Education preferred.

    Applicants will be required to undergo drug testing prior to employment and will be subject to further drug and alcohol testing throughout their employment. 

    Licenses/Certification(s):

    Current CPR/First Aid certification. Possession of a valid Colorado State Driver’s License. Additional technical certifications may be required:

    • CDA or other Early Childhood Credential-Minimum level III EC credential in Colorado Shines

    • Must complete Prevention of Shaken Baby, Recognition and Reporting of Child Abuse and   Neglect, Prevention of SIDS, Standard Precautions and FEMA within 90 days of hire.

    A Driving record search will be conducted on all applicants prior to employment and will be subject observation throughout their employment.

     KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES REQUIRED:

    • Extensive knowledge and understanding of child development from birth to 4 years.

    • Dynamic people, management, communication and guest service skills.

    • High physical and mental energy level.

    • Quick reflexes and responses.

    • Ability to focus on many children at one time.

    • Attend trainings and college courses as needed.

    Environmental Factors:

    • Busy, sometimes chaotic environment. Work is performed primarily indoors with some work performed outdoors in varying types of weather. Must be able to work some nights and holidays.

     Physical Factors:

    While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand; use hands to finger, handle or feel; reach with hands and arms; climb or balance; stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl and talk and hear. The employee is frequently required to walk; sit and taste or smell. The employee must regularly lift and/or move up to 10 pounds, frequently lift and/or move up to 25 pounds and occasionally lift and/or move up to 60 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and ability to adjust focus. May be exposed to chemicals in relation to cleaning facility.

  • Child Care Assistant-Part Time

    Mountain Munchkins
    Mountain Village, Colorado
    $16.39 / hour

    Job Title:  Child Care Program Assistant                                        

    FLSA: Non-Exempt                                                                               

    Salary Grade 30 (Min $16.39, Mid $19.26)

    NATURE OF WORK:

    Under direct supervision, Child Care Program Assistants will provide exceptional childcare that enhances the lives of infants and toddlers while providing assistance to Lead Teachers, Assistant Directors and The Director of Mountain Munchkins. The position will perform related functions for Mountain Munchkins ensuring the safety, care, and well-being of assigned children while conducting various childcare duties. This is a part-time position.

    DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

    • Provides direct childcare and interacts with all preschool, toddler, and infant children; maintains and ensures the safety, care, and well-being of assigned children.
    • Open and close the facility when needed.
    • Executes lesson plans and activities related to a specific theme.
    • Conducts assessments and observations on designated children if applicable.
    • Assists in conducting parent teacher conferences if needed.
    • Actively engages children with books, toys, and structured activities.
    • Conducts circle time, arts and crafts, songs, and games.
    • Research and execute art projects, crafts and activities that relate to designated themes.
    • Supervises, monitors children’s play activities and is aware of each child’s location.
    • Coordinates and provides lunch and snacks for children; prepares infant bottles and foods.
    • Provides for the individual needs of children including changing diapers, feeding, napping and dressing children.
    • Cleans and maintains the facility and assists in providing a safe environment for children.
    • Prepares daily report cards and/or other departmental documentation.
    • Practices a positive, age appropriate discipline approach.
    • Provides consistent, loving care to all children.
    • Promotes and observes safe work methods and uses safety equipment; secures work sites as necessary; may attend safety committee meetings, actively participates in and may conduct safety trainings
    • Contributes to the efficiency and effectiveness of the department’s service to its customers by offering suggestions and directing or participating as an active member of the team
    • Reinforces the Town’s commitment to the environment by responsible use of electricity, natural gas, fuel, paper, water, and chemicals.
    • Additional duties as assigned.

    MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

    High school diploma or GED. Previous childcare experience is preferred.   

    Applicants will be required to undergo drug testing prior to employment and may be subject to further drug and alcohol testing throughout their employment.

    Licenses/Certification(s):

    CPR and First Aid must be maintained and current at all time, and must complete Prevention of Shaken Baby, Recognition and Reporting of Child Abuse and Neglect, Prevention of SIDS, Standard Precautions and FEMA within 90 days of hire.

    Must also maintain the 15 required continuing education and training courses as outlined in the Rules Regulating Child Care Centers.

    KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES REQUIRED:

    Knowledge of:  Principles and practices of childcare; rules, regulations, and standards governing childcare; child care facility records and documentation; equipment and supplies relative to child care; children’s games and activities.

    Skill in:  Performing a variety of child care functions; maintaining compliance with regulations and standards governing child care; providing for the safety and well-being of assigned children; engaging children in structured activities; demonstrating quick reflexes and responses; demonstrating patience; positive attitude; focusing on many children at one time.

    Environmental Factors: Busy, sometimes chaotic environment. Work is performed primarily indoors with some work performed outdoors in varying types of weather. Must be able to work some nights and holidays.

    Physical Factors: While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand; use hands to finger, handle or feel; reach with hands and arms; climb or balance; stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl and talk and hear. The employee is frequently required to walk; sit and taste or smell. The employee must be able to lift and/or move up to 60 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and ability to adjust focus. May be exposed to chemicals in relation to cleaning facility.

  • Equipment Operator

    Public Works
    Mountain Village, Colorado
    $19.01 / hour

    FLSA: Non-Exempt
    Salary Grade: 36 (Min $19.01, Mid $22.37)

    NATURE OF WORK:
    Performs manual and semi-skilled tasks in the construction and/or maintenance of roadways, walkways, storm drains and public right of way; may assist with the routine maintenance of equipment, tools and machinery.
    Operates equipment and performs a variety of maintenance functions for the Town of Mountain Village’s Road and Bridge Department.

    DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

    • Maintains and repairs the Town’s roads, bridges, and sewer and water systems; patches asphalt, repairs road shoulders, and sweeps streets;
    • Cleans, unplugs sewers, cleans debris from drain gates; cleans drainage channels and irrigation ditches; performs culvert maintenance and drainage; installs, services and repairs of water distribution service and main lines; blue stakes water lines.
    • Operates heavy equipment including backhoes, front end loaders, graders, bulldozers, dump tucks, excavators, water trucks, bobcats, snowplows, and forklifts; drives trucks of various sizes and weights in the loading, hauling, and unloading of various equipment, gravel and sand and other construction materials.
    • Sweeps parking lots and streets ensures roads and parking lots are accessible to residents and the public; ensures that traffic, public and crew members are safe and are following safety regulations and procedures.
    • Sands, plows, and removes snow from walkways, parking lots, and roadways; operates snowplow and various snow removal equipment.
    • Installs, repairs, and maintains road signs; assists in providing traffic control in and around construction areas
    • Cleans and repairs the sewer system; adjusts the height of manholes.
    • Performs routine inspection and preventive maintenance on assigned equipment and refers defects or needed repairs to supervisor. Picks up and removes trash as assigned; Maintains a variety of records relating to inspections, maintenance activity
    • Reports all injuries to supervisor immediately; completes required accident reports and First Report of Injury form; wears the required personal protective equipment including wearing seat belts when operating any town vehicle
    • Reinforces the Town’s commitment to the environment by responsible use of electricity, natural gas, fuel, paper, water, and chemicals

     MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

    High School Diploma or G.E.D AND two years equipment in street and storm sewer maintenance, operating heavy equipment; or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience.  Pre-employment drug testing required.

    Applicants will be required to undergo drug testing prior to employment and will be subject to further drug and alcohol testing throughout their employment.

     Licenses/Certification(s):

    A valid Driver’s License is required. CDL preferred.

    A Driving record search will be conducted on all applicants prior to employment and will be subject observation throughout their employment.

    KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES REQUIRED:

    Knowledge of:  Principles and practices of public works; regulations and standards governing public works activities; various types of heavy equipment and machinery used in streets and sewer maintenance; safety protocols relative to equipment operation. 

    Skill in:  Safely operating heavy equipment; performing a variety of streets maintenance duties; assisting in maintaining the Town’s roads and sewer/water systems; maintaining compliance with regulations governing public works activities.

    Environmental Factors: Work is performed outdoors with exposure to extreme weather conditions, machinery with moving parts, noise from equipment operation, vehicle traffic, confined spaces, hazardous materials/chemicals, and infectious diseases. DOT regulations require drug and alcohol testing and physical evaluations.

    Physical Factors: While performing the duties of this job, the employee is required to operate heavy equipment, perform manual labor, stand for extended periods of time, and lift and/or move items weighing up to 100 pounds.

     

How to Apply

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If you have any questions or need additional information please contact Lindsay Niehaus, HR Coordinator at HR@mtnvillage.org or at 970.369.6409.

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