Colorado State TEMPORARY Watercraft Inspector & Decontaminator - Green Mountain Reservoir in Summit County, Colorado
TEMPORARY Watercraft Inspector & Decontaminator - Green Mountain Reservoir
TEMPORARY Watercraft Inspector & Decontaminator - Green Mountain Reservoir
$14.00 - $15.00 Hourly
Summit County, CO
Temporary (9 months or less)
Department of Natural Resources
THIS IS A TEMPORARY POSITION (9 MONTHS OR LESS) - PAYING $14.00 - $15.00 PER HOUR
ANTICIPATED EMPLOYMENT IS MAY THROUGH SEPTEMBER
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Description of Job
CREW AND LEAD POSITIONS AVAILABLE
CREW POSITIONS PAYING $14.00 PER HOUR:
Perform boat inspector and decontaminator responsibilities according to state regulations and standard protocols at Green Mountain Reservoir near Heeney, Colorado. Work will either be completed independently or in pairs to inspect boats launching and leaving the reservoir, with respect to invasive species such as zebra/quagga mussels. Provide public outreach on the aquatic invasive species topic by providing printed material to those visiting the reservoir. The position will report directly to the boat ramp. Boat inspection training will be provided. Early morning, evening & weekend work required.
LEAD POSITIONS PAYING $15.00 PER HOUR:
Perform boat inspector and decontaminator responsibilities according to state regulations and standard protocols at Green Mountain Reservoir near Heeney, Colorado. Site lead boat inspector will be responsible for providing on the job training to inspection staff, assist with interviewing candidates for employment, create schedules and make sure all shifts are covered during operational hours, collect and verify accurate time keeping records for payroll purposes, work with area work lead to resolve challenges with staff and customers, and recommend hiring/firing of employees to area work lead. Additional responsibilities include ensuring inspection station staff are following standardized protocols by performing quality control assessments on a monthly basis, ensure that data entry is being performed accurately and completely by all inspection station staff, maintain inventory of all required supplies, perform basic maintenance & troubleshooting on power washer/decontamination unit, and provide public outreach on aquatic invasive species. Early morning, evening, and weekend work is required.
Minimum Qualifications, Substitutions, Conditions of Employment & Appeal Rights
Good driving record and ability to work weekends, early morning and late evenings.
Experience working with boats, trailers, power washers, small engines and/or heavy equipment preferred.
Good communication skills, both written and verbal.
Excellent customer service experience working with the public desired.
Reliable and timely.
Ability to self-motivate and work independently.
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