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Safety is key for the Department of Public Services. In order to provide safety to our community, we are looking for individuals who are career-oriented, driven, passionate, and excited about keeping the City's streets safe so that public safety personnel, ambulances, and citizens can get where they need to during any season.
This is a full-time, year-round position with the Department of Public Services. Nine months out of the year, the Concrete Finisher/Snow Fighter will require skills in concrete finishing such as concrete form setting, flat work, finishing, and curb/gutter work. The remainder of the year is spent fighting the snow, removing snow, crack sealing, and performing other duties as needed.
A CDL is required for this position. You will be given 60 days from your employment start date to obtain a CDL. Should you need help preparing, we have qualified instructors to help prep you for the test. Come join our team!
For more details feel free to contact Jessica 801-535-6699
Position will remain open until filled. First review of resumes will take place on October 2, 2019
Reporting to a field supervisor, acts as lead person to specialized crews in the total operation and maintenance of the wastewater collection system. Operates at the journey level all assigned vehicles and equipment while performing specialized work in the installation, maintenance, cleaning, inspection, repair and testing of various sewer lines, collection facilities, and pumping sites. This includes backhoes, dump trucks, front end loaders, compressors, forklifts, high pressure cleaning trucks, TV inspection trucks, and combination vacuum/high pressure trucks as a normal and continual assignment.
If you have the following certifications, please upload along with your resume (if you have qustions on how to upload the certifications call 801-535-6699):
- Class A CDL
- DOT Medical Card
- Utah Pesticide Cert.
- Confined Space
- Trench Shoring
- Traffic Control Device Placement
- Forklift Training
- State Wastewater Collection Certification
Position will remain open until filled, may close at anytime.
Teach what you love! SLC Corp is searching for dynamic, interesting, creative staff members to work in the YouthCity afterschool program. Interested in Art? Love computers? Are you happiest chasing a ball around the field? Enjoy cooking, guitar, technology, crafting, STEM? Would you like to make a difference within our community and feel great about our professional contribution. Join YouthCity and share your talents and interests with youth ages 8-14 years. Are you a busy college student looking for ways to connect with our community? Looking to develop some new interested and hobbies?
YouthCity provides a terrific part-time position and is looking for dynamic staff to teach, explore and lead the youth of our community.
Announcement: This position is open until filled. First application review will occur on Monday, June 17, 2019 at 5:00 p.m. Only applications received prior to this time will be included in the review and this position is subject to closing at any time after that date without notification.
Performs journey level skills on air conditioning and heating equipment. Calibrates, installs, troubleshoots and repairs pneumatic and electronic controls. Also performs skilled work in electrical maintenance and installation involving line voltage up to 480V, 3-phase, plumbing, welding and related procedures. Reports to facility’s Maintenance Coordinator. Works closely with facility instrumentation and electrical personnel.
Street crossing guard at school crossings during hours when children are going to or coming from school. Directs actions of children and traffic at street intersections to ensure safe crossing. Records license numbers of vehicles disregarding traffic signals and reports infractions to Crossing Guard Coordinator. May escort children across street. Place traffic cones at designated points before going on duty and remove signs at end of shift.
Job will remain open until filled. May close at anytime without notice.
Salt Lake City Watershed is looking to fill seasonal watershed positions. You can enhance your resume while working to protect SLC’s drinking water supply - all taking place in the beauty of the Wasatch Mountains.
Seasonal employees work in the watershed canyons on a daily basis to ensure that SLC outdoor facilities are in optimal working order. Seasonal employees also work on SLC’s progressive ecological restoration initiatives. This position requires physical labor in summer heat and brings personal rewards from the knowledge that you have helped protect our watershed canyons.
Salt Lake City Public Utilities (SLCPU) Watershed Division works to preserve the drinking water resources within Little Cottonwood, Big Cottonwood, Parleys and City Creek Canyons through recreation and land management, education and enforcement. SLCPU is also the primary land owner in City Creek and Parleys Canyons where maintenance is required for numerous trail systems, camping and picnicking sites, a major recreation area and public open space.
Position will remain open until filled. May close at anytime.
Announcement: This position is open until filled however first application review will occur on Monday, January 28, 2019 at noon. Only applications received prior to this date and time will be included in the review.
This position may be filled as an Office Technician I or II, depending on the qualifications of the selected candidate. The requirements for the positions are listed below.
Office Technician I: Under the general supervision of a section supervisor or office manager, provides clerical staff support and basic technical assistance to a specialized function within a division. This is specialized clerical work requiring skills in filing, word processing, data entry, typing, and customer assistance.This position requires a high school diploma or equivalent, plus two years’ work experience in a related technical position. Experience and training must include data entry and retrieval from a computer terminal and the use of personal computers to do word processing and/or spreadsheets.
Office Technician II: Under general supervision of a divisional manager, section supervisor or office manager, performs special project work and a variety of skilled technical duties in providing support services to professional and managerial staff. This is very responsible and specialized clerical work which requires independent judgment, the ability to establish and manage records and tracking systems, and initiative in reviewing for accuracy and completeness the systems established. This position requires a high school diploma or equivalency and four years’ work experience as a secretary or in a related clerical position. Experience and training must include records management, research, data entry and retrieval from computer terminals, and the use of personal computers to do word processing or spreadsheets. Education and experience may be substituted one for the other on a year-for-year basis.
This is an unpaid position with no benefits.
This job is designed to provide students with unpaid professional experience to further their education and training and is academically oriented for the student’s benefit. To qualify students must be enrolled in an accredited school program related to the type of work they are expected to perform. Positions will terminate upon completion of the internship period. Incumbents may deal with confidential information, which is expected to be maintained as confidential and shared only on a need-to-know basis with city employees and elsewhere when authorized by the intern’s city supervisor.