Public Lands Cleanup Crew Technicians are primarily responsible for the removal of litter, waste and debris from city parks, natural areas, trail corridors, alleyways, and other public lands. Cleanup Crew Technicians empty trash and dog waste receptacles, pick up litter, respond to reports of illegal encampments or dumping on public lands. Technicians periodically post cleanup notices on private property left or abandoned on public lands. Cleanup often involves the removal and disposal of potentially bio-hazardous waste, and the use of appropriate personal protective equipment. Cleanup Crew Technicians may also assist with other parks and natural lands maintenance tasks as assigned. Duties include occasional interface with public. Work is primarily outdoors under a variety of weather and environmental conditions, and may involve hiking to reach the job site. Work locations include the Jordan River Parkway and tributary stream corridors, Salt Lake City foothills, and various other locations around the city. Work may include exposure to stress as a result of human behavior and unpleasant sights and smells.