CITY OF ST. AUGUSTINE 3. Job Descriptions 3.3 Municipal

CITY OF ST. AUGUSTINE 3. Job Descriptions 3.3 Municipal

CITY OF ST. AUGUSTINE PERSONNEL MANUAL Job Position Mason Department Public Works Division Streets and Grounds 3. Job Descriptions 3.3 Muni...

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CITY OF ST. AUGUSTINE

PERSONNEL MANUAL

Job Position

Mason

Department

Public Works

Division

Streets and Grounds

3.

Job Descriptions

3.3

Municipal Employees

3.3.33

Mason

Job Description Skilled masonry involving: placing and finishing concrete, laying brick, stone and concrete block, form carpentry for cast-in-place concrete, stucco and plaster, placing reinforcing steel and laying out work from reference points in the repair and construction of buildings, sidewalks, curbs and gutters, partitions, benches and other related structures using related building materials. Work is performed under the general supervision of a foreman and/or a supervisor who reviews work performed for results obtained during and after all projects. Work requires dealing with the general public and other City employees in a professional manner. Job Responsibilities Constructs sidewalks, walls, curbs and gutters, benches and stepping stones, and related structures requiring the use of concrete blocks and related building materials. Analyzes and interprets job details; prepares equipment and estimates materials. Orders materials as needed. Installs and repairs cementitious walls and related structures. Prepares areas for pouring concrete; leveling ground and clearing obstructions. Places concrete into various forms and works the surface to the required finish. Lays building materials such as brick, concrete block and stone. Performs plastering and stucco work. Mixes mortar, concrete, stucco and grout. Performs lay-out work prior to construction and/or repair. ISSUE DATE

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07/01/19988 REVISION DATE

08/28/2017

John P. Regan, City Manager

3.3.33

Mason

Job Responsibilities (continued) Safely operates of backhoe, skid steer, jack hammer, concrete saw, concrete mixer and other equipment used in demolition and construction of sidewalks, curbs, streets and parking facilities. Patches streets by shoveling mix from truck, placing in holes and tamping. Performs a variety of other heavy manual work in connection with the maintenance and construction of streets, alleys and roads as needed. Maintains assigned tools, vehicles and equipment. Performs light and routine maintenance of assigned equipment and tools. Responsible for following maintenance of traffic requirements, including but not limited to placing required safety signs at job site when working on rights-of-way. Wears required safety equipment/personal protective equipment. Performs related work as required. Education, Training and Experience High school diploma required, and four (4) years of experience in masonry work, or completion of a recognized masonry apprenticeship course. Experience may be substituted on a year-for-year basis for the required education. Certification at the Intermediate level for Maintenance of Traffic or ability to obtain within six months, required. Driver's License Requirement: Valid Florida Driver's License Classification B . Physical Demands The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. The employee is regularly required to communicate and exchange information with others. This position is very active and requires standing, walking, bending, lifting, pulling, kneeling, and crouching for long periods of time and performs strenuous physical labor under adverse field conditions. The employee must frequently lift or move items up to 50 pounds and occasionally lift or move items up to 75 pounds. Specific vision abilities required include close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, ability to adjust focus, and see various colors including red and green. The position requires good manual dexterity (hand, hand with arm, two hands) and multi-limb coordination. PAGE

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