Trades Specialist II (61033074 & 61033110)
State of South Carolina - Kershaw County, SC

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***This notice will serve to fill two (2) vacant Trades Specialist II positions.***

Performs roadway maintenance duties in Kershaw County to include clearing rights-of-ways, cleaning drainage ditches, repairing shoulders, patching potholes, bridge repairs, paving driveways, and laying sideline/cross line pipes. Trains to operate 5-yard standard dump truck and flatbed trucks to haul materials to and from job sites. Trains to operate tractor mounted rotary ditching machine. Trains to operate heavier equipment to include combination front-end loader and backhoe, asphalt distributor, and tractor trailer. Flags traffic during road repairs to control flow of traffic to protect workers, general public, and equipment. Assists in setting up work zones in accordance with the SC Manual on Uniform Traffic Control. Operates chain saw and other electric/gas powered tools used in various phases of roadway maintenance. Conducts and documents pre-operation vehicle/equipment inspections. Performs other related duties as requested or assigned by supervisor.

Minimum and Additional Requirements:
A 10th grade education; or an approved acceptable equivalence in accordance with State Human Resources Regulations. A valid Class A Commercial Driver’s License (CDL). Note: This position requires a valid Class A commercial Driver’s License. However, applicants without a Class A Commercial Driver’s License will be considered if no qualified applicants with a Class A Commercial Driver’s License are available. Class A Commercial Driver’s License must be attained within six (6) months of placement in the position. May be required to work overtime, nighttime, and/or weekends during hazardous weather or emergencies.

Additional Comments:
A resume may be included but NOT substituted for completing the education, work experience, or any other sections of the application. Supplemental Questions are considered part of the application and must be completed.

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