TO BE CONSIDERED, YOU MUST HAVE TRANSFER OR REINSTATEMENT ELIGIBILITY AS A CURRENT OR FORMER STATE EMPLOYEE, OR HAVE LIST ELIGIBILITY. IF YOU HAVE NOT TAKEN THIS EXAMINATION, PLEASE VISIT THE STATE PERSONNEL BOARD WEBSITE AT www.spb.ca.gov FOR EXAM INFORMATION.
There are multiple permanent intermittent CHMW vacancies on various D-3, Sunrise Region maintenance crews (Yolo, Sacramento, Placer & El Dorado Counties).
Working under the close supervision of a Caltrans Maintenance Supervisor, incumbent operates light vehicles & equipment used by assigned unit, works individually or with a crew performing tasks related to highway mtce, including but not limited to sweeping, shoveling, raking asphalt, picking up litter & dead animals, removing brush & undergrowth from highway, repair & clean ditches & culverts, replace guardrails & fences, work traffic control. In winter months, may work in the snow performing chain control, snow removal, & other snow related tasks. Must possess a valid Class C drivers license, Class A or B with Tank endorsement is highly desirable.
Must be willing to work nights, weekends, and holidays in extreme winter conditions; perform chain control, often standing for long periods of time; may be on call and only work occasionally (number of hours worked is not guaranteed). Must provide own transportation and housing and be able to report to assigned crew within 30 minutes of call-out. Work is primarily for the snow season, but incumbent may also work at various times throughout the year; overtime may be required. Must pass a drug and medical test prior to hire and will be placed in a random drug pool if hired.
A signed & dated, Standard State application (STD 678) is required. Pending personnel approval.
If you are not a current or former State employee, you must first take an examination to obtain list eligibility. This does not apply to Student Assistant vacancies.
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