3/20/2017 to 4/3/2017
Permanent - Full Time
$15.50 - $16.50 per hour DOE, Plus Competitive Benefits!
About the position
The Idaho Department of Fish and Game currently is seeking a Utility Craftsman to join our team!
- At the time of hire the incumbent for this position is required to possess Class "A" Commercial Driver's License (CDL) with an air brake endorsement and pass a pre-employment controlled substance screening test. The employee is required to participate in the Department's drug/alcohol testing program and comply with all of its provisions. Failure to satisfy any of these requirements will result in a failure to complete the probationary period and termination from employment.
- This announcement will be used to fill this current opening in Boise only. If you have recently or previously applied for a Utility Craftsman and wish to be considered for this opening, you must reapply under this announcement. Previous scores will not be used.
- This position will require travel away from home for extended periods of time.
- This position involves physical activities associated with construction work. Incumbents are required, with or without reasonable accommodations, to lift and carry items weighing approximately 100 pounds; bend and stoop; work at heights of up to approximately 50 feet; work in all weather conditions, and/or wear a respirator for prolonged periods of time.
- These positions are considered journey construction workers involved in all aspects of inside and outside heavy construction and building trades type work. These are not maintenance positions. Applicants should have a good background in all aspects of construction and trades work.
- Constructs buildings, storage sheds, garages, bridges, in-stream structures, and similar facilities and structures.
- Remodels offices and buildings by building walls, installing sheetrock and siding, painting and any other duty required to complete the project.
- Operates equipment such as front-end loader, backhoe, excavator, dozer, dump truck, tractor/trailer transport, forklift, roller, cranes, and scissors trucks.
- Designs items to be built or fabricated.
- Lays out, cuts, welds and fabricates steel plate, angle, channel, pipe and beams.
- Reads plans and blueprints; uses transit and level and runs stakes for surveys.
- Builds concrete forms, and places, finishes and repairs concrete.
- Builds and remodels wooden structures and special carpentry items.
- Maintains and repairs plumbing fixtures, irrigation systems and pump stations, pipes, sinks, lavatories, septic tanks and electrical wiring, lights, ballasts, switches and receptacles.
- Keeps records and reports on progress of projects; functions as leadworker over project assistants.
- Possess a Class "A" Commercial Driver's License (CDL) with an air brake endorsement.
- Good knowledge of: construction and building trades work. (This background is gained through specific education or work experience with either carpentry, concrete or both as a primary occupation at journey level (a minimum of four (4) years.)
- Experience: operating and maintaining equipment associated with construction and building trades and grounds maintenance; placing and finishing concrete; performing rough and finish carpentry; performing maintenance plumbing and maintenance electrical work; reading/interpreting plans and blueprints; using and maintaining construction and building trades hand and power tools.
- Experience operating heavy excavation type equipment such as dozers, graders, excavators, backhoes, front end loaders, and dump trucks.
- Equipment operation, and truck driving skills will be assessed as part of the placement interview.