Maintenance Worker for FairgroundsPrinter-Friendly Version*The above documents are required. Incomplete packets may not be considered.*Gallatin County is an Equal Opportunity Employer:Gallatin County does not discriminate on the bases ofrace, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, disability or marital status.
This position is located in the Gallatin County Fairgrounds and is responsible for performing maintenance, repairs, improvements and custodial care of the fairgrounds including all buildings, arenas, grounds, equipment and parking lots. This position coordinates carpentry, electrical, plumbing, and landscaping projects; enforces fairground policies; collects fees for various services; coordinates fair setup and take down; oversees volunteers and temporary workers; prepares equipment and materials budget recommendations; develops new projects; and performs a variety of other
maintenance and repair duties as needed. This position reports to the Fairgrounds Manager through the Facility Maintenance Supervisor and does not supervise other county personnel.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: This work requires knowledge of electrical, plumbing, heating, security systems; carpentry, masonry, custodial care and construction; automotive and small engine mechanics; safety standards; and project planning and management. The position also requires the ability to operate computer software, power tools, heavy equipment, and maintenance vehicles. This position must have knowledge and skill in customer service, written and verbal communication and requires extensive knowledge of fairground services, facilities, and events. Position must have the ability to work nights and some weekends; work well with the public; maintain accurate records and establish and maintain cooperative relationships with those contacted in the course of work and oversees a small number of
volunteers and temporary workers. Applicants must be willing to work alone or with others and must be reliable and responsible.
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
The required knowledge, skills, and abilities are typically acquired through a combination of education and experience equivalent to a high school diploma and one year of technical training in one or more facilities systems (e.g., plumbing, electrical, carpentry, etc.) plus some of related work experience (1-2 years).
Licenses and Certifications: Position must possess a valid driver's license issued by the state of Montana or attain a Montana driver's license within six months of hire and be insurable under the County's liability policies.
As a condition of hire, the final candidate will be required to successfully pass a criminal history check and background investigation.
For application consideration, the following documents are required to be submitted to the Gallatin County Human Resources Office located at 311 W. Main St., Rm 303, Bozeman, MT or email email@example.com:
? Gallatin County Application
? Applicant Survey
? Cover Letter, Resume' and Three Work References
POST UNTIL FILLED
Human Resources Office:firstname.lastname@example.org
Gallatin County Fairgrounds, 301 N Black, Bozeman, MT
$2,941.58 to $3,083.72 per month based on an hourly rate of $16.97 to $17.79 DOE, plus Excellent Benefits
Full-Time, Position will be required to work all shifts to include days, evenings and weekends, depending on the event schedule; 40 hours per week, except during July, shifts will be extended. Hours to be discussed at interview.