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CALIFORNIA HIGHWAY PATROL, DEPARTMENT OF

Title:  MAINTENANCE WORKER, DEPARTMENT OF THE CALIFORNIA HIGHWAY PATROL
Salary: $2,391.00 - $2,945.00
Posted: 07/02/2014

Job Description:

DUTIES:  Under the direction of the facilities sergeant and overall direction by the administrative lieutenant, the maintenance worker is responsible for performing routine maintenance and repairs on the Area office and surrounding grounds;  keeping fueling station clear of hazardous conditions; making minor indoor/outdoor facility repairs , and touch-up painting as needed;  sweep/clean sidewalks and parking areas; irrigating and cultivating as necessary to maintain office landscaping and indoor plants; replacing inoperative indoor/outdoor light bulbs; cleaning ceilings and air ducts when necessary; reporting any facility repairs and maintenance needed beyond his/hers abilities; emptying trash receptacles; organizing CHP handouts located in the front lobby area; clean/dusting light fixtures when necessary; cleaning walls of marks, dirt, and foreign objects; clean/dusting blinds as necessary; cleaning windows as necessary; sanitizing restroom/locker rooms; cleaning kitchen and surface of vending machines, and assisting the Auto Tech II on a limited basis.

WHO MAY APPLY:  Persons currently in the classification eligible to transfer, lateral transfers, voluntary demotions, reinstatements, those eligible for appointment from a certification list, and employees on a State Restriction of Appointments (SROA) list or designated Surplus.  All applicants will be considered; only the most qualified will be interviewed.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:  Possession of a driver license valid California for the operation of any two-axle single motor vehicle and one towed vehicle,  either one year of experience in the California state service performing the duties of a Service Assistant (Automotive), or one year of experience performing the duties of a Janitor in a California Highway Patrol Area office or substation, or one year of experience in one or a combination of the following: working in a shop of an automotive agency or garage, or servicing  automobiles, in another type of vehicle repair facility including the removal and replacement of tires, batteries, and accessories.

HOW TO APPLY:  Interested individuals should submit a STD. 678, Examination/Employment Application (Rev. 10/2013), and the Criminal Record Supplemental Questionnaire to the address below.  Please indicate your eligibility in the Explanation Box of the application.  The SROA/Surplus applicants must attach a copy of their letter.  The STD. 678 may be accessed through the California Department Human Resources (CalHR) Web site:  www.calhr.ca.gov.  The criminal supplemental questionnaire may be accessed through the CalHR jobs website at http://jobs.ca.gov/pdf/crsq.pdf.  Please include a copy of this notice with your application.

Although the intent is to fill this vacancy as soon as possible, the exact duration of the selection process can vary and is unknown at this time.



Additional Information:

Working Title Position Number
None Specified 388 - 335 - 2029 - XXX
Location County
San Francisco SAN FRANCISCO
Timebase Tenure
Full Time Permanent   month(s)
Final Filing Date: Department Link:
07/16/2014 http://www.chp.ca.gov
Contact Unit/Address Contact Name/Phone
335/ San Francisco Area
455 Eighth Street
San Francisco, 94103
Sgt. Paula Siddens
(415)557-1094

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