NOW HIRING: Roadmaster

Clay Township

Roadmaster Position

 

The Township of Clay is in Lancaster County, in southcentral Pennsylvania.  The total area of the Township is approximately 22.7 square miles with approximately 6,308 residents and approximately 58 miles of roads to maintain.

 

The Roadmaster is responsible for managing the day-to-day operations as well as following and implementing the policies and procedures as set forth by the Board of Supervisors.

 

This is a full-time, hourly, non-exempt position, under the general direction of the Board of Supervisors.

 

PUBLIC WORKS RESPONSIBILITIES:

Schedule construction and maintenance activities on Township Roads, highways, parks, buildings, sewers, storm sewers, drainage ditches, waterway, etc.

Responds to emergency situations          

Inspects infrastructure and suggest improvements

Investigates complaints and determine course of action, Schedules repairs and follows up with complainant and Township Staff

Ability to show tact and diplomacy when resolving problems with fellow employees, members of the public, other departments, and municipal officials

Oversee maintenance of all equipment and vehicles and document the condition

 

PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION RESPONSIBILITES:

Administers training and development of employees with coordination from Township Manager

Implements Township Safety Program for employees and conducts quarterly safety meetings with coordination from Township Manager.

Perform and document MS4 requirements as required by Township MS4 Permit related to Public Works infrastructure and facilities. (MCM#3 and MCM#6)

Respond to inquiries and complaints from the public; follow up with appropriate course of action

In the event of emergency weather conditions, oversee coordination of call-out and assignment of equipment and coverage.

Create reports of department projects and activities, update the Board of Supervisors on status of major projects, attend meetings to address questions and present reports.

Attends educational training as required

 

FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITIES:

Prepare and submit budget for Public Works Department to Township Manager 

Estimate projects costs as necessary

Operates department within budget

Orders equipment, tools and materials/supplies upon approval by Board of Supervisors and or Township Manager, based on cost and immediate need.

Recommends replacement of equipment and vehicles when necessary

 

The Township provides competitive pay based on qualifications and experience as well as a comprehensive benefit package. Please submit a resume to the Township Office, 870 Durlach Road Stevens, PA  17578 8:00 am -4:30 pm, Mon – Fri. or by mail.  Resumes can also be emailed to info@claytwp.com. This position will remain open until a suitable candidate has been located. 

 

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Clay Township Roadmaster