Parks Full-Time and Seasonal Positions - Posted February 13, 2018
The Parks Department will be hiring one full-time and (2) seasonal Recreation and Park Laborers to assist with maintenance responsibilities. Workers will perform a wide variety of tasks including, but not limited to, mowing grass, trimming grass, trash removal, tree and brush trimming/removal, mulching and operating light duty trucks and equipment. Hours of work can vary and may include weekends.
Under general supervision, is responsible for performing a wide variety of unskilled and semi-skilled maintenance or parks related activities on a seasonal basis; performs related duties as required.
Examples of Work
(Any one position may not include all of the duties listed, nor do the examples cover all of the duties that may be performed.)
Acts as attendant at various rented recreational facilities by cleaning and maintaining the facilities; opens and closes recreational facilities at designated times; Performs general grounds cleaning work; picks up debris, such as glass, paper or fallen limbs; rakes leaves or sand traps; pulls weeds; trims and mows grass; digs holes for planting; Assists in maintaining athletic fields, playgrounds; Assists in making repairs to facilities, fixtures, and equipment; Assists skilled park, forestry, and horticultural personnel in the care of various plants and trees; Empties trash barrels and charcoal grills; cleans and maintains restrooms; Sets up equipment for outdoor concerts and festivals; Patrols recreational facility to detect theft, fire, vandalism or destruction and reports damages to appropriate authority; inspects facility premises to identify maintenance and repair needs; Prepares and/or completes routine records and reports; May drive a pick-up truck, van, golf cart or riding mower in support of regular duties; May operate hand or power tools, weed eaters, pruning equipment, cleaning equipment, computers, cash registers, and/or typewriters; May be required to flag traffic for in-park maintenance work.
Possession of a valid motor vehicle operator's license may be required for some assignments. Full-time position will require CDL within first year of employment.
Applications available in PDF format. Please download and either mail or drop off completed applications by February 27, 2018 at:
Lexington Village Hall
Administrative Director's Office
44 West Main Street
Lexington, Ohio 44904
419-884-0765 or email for more information.
The Village of Lexington is an equal opportunity employer.