Facilities Maintenance Worker I (Full-Time) – Stanton, CA 90680

Prepare and maintain athletic fields and related
facilities; clean restrooms and pick up litter
around parks.

Perform routine plumbing repairs such as
unstopping toilets, sinks or urinals, fixing water
leaks, leaking faucets, and water fountains.

Perform routine electrical repairs such as
changing light bulbs or fluorescent lamps and
assist in replacing ballasts.

Perform a variety of duties in the maintenance
and repair of the City’s irrigation system; water,
mow, weed, trim, renovate and fertilize lawns;
prune trees and shrubs; plant trees, flowers and

Service automotive equipment with gasoline
and oil, keep records of amounts, perform
service calls; make temporary repairs, pick up
and deliver vehicles to outside garages; pick up
parts; road test vehicles to insure proper

Troubleshoot minor maintenance problems
involving electrical, structural, plumbing, and
equipment repair or replacement.

Clean and wash motorized equipment; steam
clean engines.

Perform other duties as assigned.


Knowledge of the uses and purposes of general
construction, maintenance and repair tools and

Knowledge of the methods, techniques and
procedures related to parks, street and vehicle

Knowledge of hazards associated with the work
and proper safety precautions when working
near traffic or in other environments.

Knowledge of traffic laws, ordinances and rules
involved in truck and equipment operations.

Knowledge of safe driving principles and

Ability to understand and carry out oral and
written directions.

Ability to establish effective working
relationships with those contacted in the course
of work.


Any combination of experience and training that would
likely provide the required knowledge and abilities is
qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge and
abilities would be:


CalPERS 2% @ 60 (employee pays 7%
member contribution) or for new CalPERS
members effective January 1, 2013, 2% @
62 (employee pays ½ of total normal cost,
which is 6.25% currently)

Group Medical, Dental & Vision Insurance –
several plans available with City contribution
toward premium costs

Vacation (96 hours per year with accruals
increasing after year 5)

Sick Leave (96 hours per year – maximum
accrual of 250 hours)

11 holidays plus 10 hours floating holiday
per year

City paid life insurance ($50,000)

City paid Short and Long Term Disability

Employee Assistance Program

Deferred Compensation Program available

The City does not participate in the Social
Security program, except for mandatory
1.45% Medicare Contribution.


The Personnel Department will make
reasonable efforts in the application and
selection process to accommodate
persons with a qualified disability.

Please advise the Personnel
Department in writing in advance of the
selection process, including an
explanation as to the type and extent of
accommodations as well as
documentation from a qualified authority
of the requirements needed to
participate in the selection process.

IMMIGRATION LAW: In compliance
with the Immigration Reform and Control
Act of 1986, proof of identity and
eligibility to work in the United States is
required prior to the employment start

employment offer has been made, all
candidates will participate in a
confidential background investigation,
have their fingerprints reviewed by the
Department of Justice and be required to
take a pre-employment medical exam
which may include a drug and alcohol
test prior to employment.


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