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Performs a variety of general grounds maintenance functions.
Operates a variety of lawn mowers designed for golf course and
trimming equipment such as weed whips, brush cutter, hand saws,
pruning and hand sheers. Operates tractors and towed or attached
equipment to include, but not limited to; gang mowers, aerators,
plows, harrows, chippers, sprayers, post-hole diggers. Equipment
may be powered to maintain grounds by direct drive or power
takeoff. Frequently operates a variety of other equipment such as
top dressers, runabouts, golf carts, trap rakes, fertilizer
spreaders, boom sprayers, hand sprayers, cup cutters, and drag
mats. Works on level or rolling terrain in such areas as open
fields, golf courses, lawns, and along roadways. Performs general
maintenance for equipment. Performs repairs on fences and
irrigation systems. Other duties include, but not limited to;
picking up trash, applying fertilizers and pesticides, seed
propagation, sodding, planting flowers and shrubs and watering,
raking traps, moving tee markers and hole location on greens.
Performs other related duties as assigned.
25% or less - Varies
5705 Tractor Operating
- Operators, Tractor
Conditions of Employment
- See Duties and Qualifications
Knowledge of irrigation, fertilization, planting, weeding,
pruning and mowing. Knowledge and ability to manipulate both
tractor and equipment controls at the same time, e.g., operate
tractors while raising and lowering gang mowers. Skill in operating
boom slope mowers to cut grass on slopes while operating the
tractor on the level ground or along roads. Knowledge of equipment
to make multiple connections from the equipment to the tractor,
connecting mechanical drive shafts, and hydraulic lines. Skill in
performing tasks associated with basic grounds maintenance.
Knowledge of operating characteristics of the tractor and towed or
attached equipment. Must possess, or have ability to obtain and
maintain a valid driver's license and/or any government licenses
Receives oral and written assignments from the supervisor or
higher-grade worker. Performs duties according to established
methods and special instructions. Selects appropriate gears, power
settings, and speeds for equipment operations, based on various
conditions. Makes judgments concerning lift capacity weight, and
balance or load. Responsible for operator maintenance on equipment
such as checking and replenishing fluids to proper levels,
examining and changing filters, changing and sharpening blades,
lubricating equipment and making necessary adjustments.
Work requires light to moderate physical effort in performing
duties such as operating tractors and uncoupling and making
couplings between tractors and towed vehicles. Frequent bending,
stooping, reaching, and arm and leg movement to work tractor
controls. Lifts and carries objects up to 45lbs independently and
objects over 45lbs with assistance.
Work is performed both inside and outside. Operators are subject
to drafts, noise, and varying temperatures. Exposed to weather and
temperature extremes outside, as well as high noise levels,
vibrations, and jolts from tractor and towed equipment. Exposed to
dust, dirt, grease, and fumes. Must follow safety practices and
wear issued safety equipment.