General Maintenance – Grounds Crew
Garden City Public Schools
General Maintenance – Grounds Crew
Garden City Public Schools is accepting applications for the position of General Maintenance - Grounds Crew
The primary function of the General Maintenance - Grounds Crew position is to maintain the appearance of all district properties, including lawns, shrubbery/foliage, and general grounds. This position also performs snow removal. Depending upon weather and seasonal conditions, the General Maintenance - Grounds Crew position also assists with general building maintenance, including painting.
1. Must be a high school graduate or equivalent
2. Must demonstrate grounds/landscaping experience
3. Must possess knowledge and experience working with tools and equipment related to grounds work
4. Must possess a valid chauffeur’s license
5. Must possess general maintenance ability
1. Demonstrated ability to effectively use analytical and problem solving skills
2. Demonstrated ability to effectively communicate, both verbally and in writing
3. Demonstrated good attendance and punctuality
4. Demonstrated initiative, efficiency and timely follow through on responsibilities
5. Demonstrated ability to work independently and achieve and maintain job productivity
6. Demonstrated record of cooperative and positive interactions with co-workers and customers
Reports To: Grounds Supervisor
Essential Job Functions:
-Perform all work related to grounds work, including lawns, shrubbery, and other grounds maintenance
-Perform snow removal, as necessary
-Perform work related to general maintenance, as necessary
-Use ladders and scaffolding safely, as necessary
-Report to the Grounds Supervisor regarding the status of equipment and projects/work orders, while regularly updating the District’s work order system for completed tasks and projects
-Observe safety precautions and recognized operating and maintenance procedures
-Read work related literature, manuals, and written instructions
-Demonstrate regular and reliable work attendance
-Assume such other related duties as may be assigned
-Possess and maintain a valid Michigan driver’s license with a good driving record
-Possess and maintain ability to lift up to 75 lbs., climb ladders and scaffolding, work from heights and work outside year-round
-Possess and maintain capability of stooping, reaching, pushing, pulling, climbing, lifting, and crawling
-Use and store operating power tools, equipment and vehicles in a safe and efficient manner
-Comply with all OSHA work requirements
-Work collaboratively with outside contractors and report their progress to the Director of Operations
-Work cooperatively with all administrative staff, employees, building principals and the public
Letters of Application
Letters of application, including appropriate credentials, should be addressed to Brian Sumner, Associate Superintendent, 1333 Radcliff Street, Garden City, MI 48135, and will be accepted by the Human Resources Office via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tuesday, March 16, 2021, at 4:00 p.m.
AI PARAPROFESSIONAL / AI PARAPROFESSIONAL 1:1
Garden City Public Schools has current openings for our Center-Based Autistic Program.
Duties include: Assisting the teacher in a classroom of approximately 6-7 autistic impaired students in preparing for and conducting the class. Assist with the implementation of the Individual Education Plan (IEP) goals and behavior plans: self-help skills, socialization, language development, toilet and hygiene training, behavior management, and pre-vocational skills.
1:1 duties: Primary duty is to assist and attend to assigned 1:1 student with the same consistency, educational goals, and data maintenance as is required of classroom paraprofessional and to assist with the other classroom activities.
These positions are 7 hours per day, 5 days per week, 41 weeks per year. Benefits are available after the completion of the probationary period. Starting pay is $13.21/hr.
If you are interested in being considered for an interview please forward your resume to:
Teacher for Students with Autism
Please see the following document: Teacher for Students with Autism
Lunch Room Monitors
Hiring Lunch Room Monitors for 1.5 hours a day Mon-Fri.
Watching students during lunch and on the Playground
For more information please call the Food Service Office at 734-762-8369.
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