Job Listing Detail
Listing Number: 9590-1326
- Applications must be received by Midnight Mountain Time on the closing date.
For more information contact:
Fish, Wildlife and Parks
490 N Meridian Road
Kalispell , MT
TTY: Montana Relay Service at 711
Local Montana Job Service Workforce
Part-Time Seasonal (permanent)
Fish, Wildlife and Parks
State Application Required:
$11.00 - $11.92
Additional Salary Information: Hiring wage is based on the labor market, qualifications, internal pay equity and budget. Employees scheduled to work at least half-time for more than 6 months consecutively are also provided paid health, dental and life insurance. Other benefits include retirement, paid vacation, sick and holiday
Applicant Pool: If another department
vacancy occurs in this job title within six months, the same applicant pool may
be used for the selection.
Identity of applicants who become finalists may be released to the public if the Department deems it necessary.
The employee will perform a wide variety of skilled, semi-skilled or manual work repairing, constructing and maintaining buildings, grounds, and related facilities, on all Regional Fishing Access Sites (FASs) when assigned. The employee is required to work along with the regional maintenance staff, and will be expected to work independently as assigned. Frequent travel, working away from the duty station, will be expected. The employee will be driving a Department vehicle to each Fishing Access Site, a clean driving record and valid driver's license is required.
During the course of the employee’s seasonal schedule, the employee will need to provide information and assistance to public users.
Employee may function as a field crew leader with other staff members.
Priority daily tasks for this position include cleaning vault latrines, picking up trash, and hauling garbage to dump site.
Work Schedule: approximately 30 – 40 hours per week from May through September, approximately 20 hours per week October, November, February, March, April. Schedule may include weekends and/or holidays. Work schedule is subject to change.
Performs skilled, semi-skilled, and manual work using knowledge of construction methods in repairing and maintaining State buildings, structures, and facilities. While priority tasks for this position are cleaning latrines/restrooms and removing trash, additional duties may include:
a. Performs repairs using a variety of electrical power and hand tools. Performs interior and exterior painting, roofing, window repair, to maintain a safe environment for the public and reduce the deterioration of State facilities.
b. Perform manual work to construct and/or repair property boundary fences.
c. Performs manual work and uses variety of equipment and hand tools.
d. Performs habitat development and maintenance projects such as tree planting and mowing.
e. Performs regular mechanical maintenance on Department equipment.
f. Performs weed control program activities, mixing and applying restricted pesticides on weed infestations. Responsible for making daily, monthly and annual summary reports on weed control activities and mapping. Must submit records of all weed control activities to FAS (Fishing Access Site) Coordinator.
g. Maintain communication with supervisor, Region staff, other agencies, adjacent landowners, and public. Provide public information and assistance. Submit monthly activity reports, vehicle logs, expense claims, and payroll forms. Assist with care and monitoring of Department equipment.
Requires knowledge of the methods and practices of general maintenance and construction work related to equipment, buildings, grounds, related facilities and habitat development and maintenance. Use and care of tools; operation of a variety of motorized equipment, such as mowers, tractors, weed sprayers, post pounder, power hand tools, etc. Skilled in the use of general maintenance equipment. Must be able to communicate effectively with people, providing information about the Fishing Access Sites.
High school diploma or equivalent
1 to 2 years of job-related work experience
The information you provide on this application supplement will be used by the selection committee in combination with your education and experience to determine which applicants will move forward in the selection process. Your responses will be viewed apart from your application materials; therefore, it is important to be specific in regards to names of employers, dates, job duties, etc. if requested. It is important that your answers are concise, thorough and relevant. The committee cannot make assumptions based solely on your other application materials when reviewing this supplement.
In regards to questions below, please limit your response to 300 words for each question and include your full name and job position number in upper right hand corner of each page.
Why is it important to maintain Fishing Access Sites?
Please describe any related work experience you may have in cleaning public facilities.
Additional Materials Required: None Required
State of Montana - 19 months ago