SUNY Upstate Medical University Facility Operations Assistant 1 (Grounds), SG006 in Syracuse, New York
Job Summary: This position will report to the Plant Operations Supervisor. Will perform a variety of routine manual tasks requiring little planning or special knowledge, and sustains medium to heavy physical effort involving frequent exposure to all kinds of weather conditions. Duties include, but not limited to: cleans grounds by sweeping, raking, shoveling and removing by hand debris, leaves branches etc., clears sites and prepares them for planting; plants seeds, bushes, etc. using hand and power tools; cuts grass, fertilizes and waters grounds, prunes, removes bushes and trees; loads trucks with debris, logs etc.; breaks up concrete to repair holes; assist in mixing and applying concrete and asphalt; removes trash and snow from roads and walkway; plows roads and parking lots and mixes salt and sand used on them; cuts glass; adjusts and paints window panes; oils ventilating mechanisms; cleans, flushes, and repairs gutters and drains; repairs bench flats; sterilizes pots and mixes soils used for planting; plants and transplants seedlings; must be available to perform moderate to heavy lifting; moves furniture and office equipment and follows instructions when transporting equipment; must be able to assist skilled and semi-skilled trades in various tasks; must have the ability to use various hand/power tools, and motorized equipment; ability to understand and follow oral and written instructions.
Will be required to be on-call as weather conditions necessitate. Must be available for immediate recall and prepared to return to CG within 1 hour. Must possess a valid NYS driver's license appropriate for the type of vehicle to be operated.
Must possess a valid NYS driver's license appropriate for the type of vehicle to be operated.
Commercial snow plowing experience preferred.
Schedule based on 40 hour work week. Monday-Friday 7am-3:30pm; with rotating shifts in the winter season
Message to Applicants:
Position Status: Permanent
Recruitment Office: Human Resources
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