Employee's tasks include but are not limited to: dirt work, retaining walls, chinking, heavy lifting, digging, raking, operating/maintaining equipment, woodwork, rock work, landscaping, water mitigation, and riding on developed trails to analyze the functionality of trails. To perform this job, the employee uses hand tools such as rakes, McLeod, chainsaw, canny, and plate compactor. Employee also understands/learns maintenance needs of these tools.
This job requires that employee works as part of a crew and demonstrates the ability to learn new skills, and develops strengths. The employee is required to show up on time and prepared for work while respecting all coworkers, leaders, and surrounding public (people and land). All employees must follow worksite safety rules and follow standard operating procedures while on the worksite.
An operator effectively and proactively performs all expectations of a hand worker. To perform this job, the employee operates and maintains excavators, vehicles, and other specialized trail building equipment as well as manages hand workers coordination duties. An operator demonstrates an understanding of project goals, timelines and client expectations. An operator shows a willingness and ability to adapt best practices while operating and meets required production standards.