Equipment Manager (Golf) – City of Rawlins

The City of Rawlins RECREATION - GOLF & GREEN SPACES will be accepting applications for qualified candidates for the position of: EQUIPMENT MANAGER. For a full description of the position including salary, benefits and application form please visit and click on the “Job Opportunities” link. This information is also available at City Hall, 521 W. Cedar Street.

All applications for this position must be returned to the City Clerk no later than 5:00 p.m., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 21, 2018. For specific questions about the job description contact the RECREATION - GOLF & GREEN SPACES at 307-328-4507.

The City of Rawlins is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Pay Grade 21



DESCRIPTION OF WORK Under general supervision of the Golf Superintendent, performs a wide variety of skilled and journeyman level maintenance and repair work on automotive and a wide variety of light, medium and heavy equipment, including gas and diesel powered equipment. Assist with Golf Course projects, scheduling and facility maintenance. Provides supervision and training to seasonal employees.

DUTIES-EXAMPLES OF WORK ESSENTIAL DUTIES: Diagnose problems and performs major maintenance and repair work on gasoline and diesel engines, transmissions, differentials and other units; work on a variety of fleet, street, water and sewer maintenance equipment, as well as park maintenance equipment; perform mechanical work on brakes, suspension and chassis systems, cooling, fuel, electrical, electronic and hydraulic systems; weld, grind, drill, fabricate parts and special adaptations; may perform complex tune-ups using appropriate testing equipment; may lead other workers; insure that safety and occupational health standards are met; maintain necessary records on work performed, hours and materials used. This include preventative maintenance and adjustments on the fleet of equipment. Perform daily maintenance and adjustment on cutting reels.

OTHER DUTIES: Repair equipment at job sites; assist other divisions/departments; perform related work. Perform seasonal work in winter, such as snow removal, construction and shop work; fill in on janitorial work. Provide work direction and training for other employees

QUALIFICATIONS • Considerable knowledge of the design, adjustment, operation, maintenance and repair of diversified automotive, mechanical and electrical equipment, including light, medium and heavy gasoline and diesel engines. • Considerable knowledge and skill in the use of the materials and tools used in equipment maintenance, including welding. • Ability to diagnose complex and non-routine mechanical and electrical defects and determine parts and adjustments necessary to repair equipment with few returns. • Ability to insure compliance with and follow standard safety practices and procedures common to mechanical work. • Ability to communicate effectively, verbally and in writing. • Ability to maintain accurate records. • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with employees and other departments.

PHYSICAL AND SENSORY REQUIREMENTS • Ability to perform moderate/heavy physical work. • Ability to stand, walk, sit, ride, climb, bend, kneel, crawl, twist, reach, grasp, push, pull and perform similar body movements. • Possess hand/eye/foot coordination adequate weld, use machine tools, machines and to operate a vehicle. • Ability to talk and hear in person, by telephone and two-way radio. • Ability to see and read instructions, manuals and short memos.

EXPRIENCE AND TRAINING Any combination of experience and training equivalent to graduation from high school and three years of experience as an apprentice automotive mechanic; vocational mechanic’s training may be substituted for two years of experience requirement. Some office experience is desirable.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS Possession of a valid driver license. Rawlins/2010


Pay Grade 21

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