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JOB ANNOUNCEMENTS:

The City of Pass Christian announces the following employment opportunities:
The City of Pass Christian is currently accepting applications for the following positions:
Police Evidence Technician in the Pass Christian Police Department.  The pay range is $12.00 to $13.50 per hour depending upon experience.


Beautification Technician General Service laborer in the Beautification Department. The rate of pay will be $9.00 per hour.   


Harbor Maintenance in the Harbor Department.   The rate of pay will be $12.00 per hour.


These positions are subject to pre-employment drug testing. For a complete job description, see below or pick up at City Hall, 200 W. Scenic Drive, Pass Christian, Ms. 39571 between the hours of 8a.m. to 5p.m.
All interested individuals may submit an application at Pass Christian City Hall or mail to the City of Pass Christian, Attention: City Clerk, 200 West Scenic Drive, Pass Christian, Ms. 39571.
Deadline for submittal of application is October 1, 2018 before 4:00pm
The City of Pass Christian reserves the right to refuse any and all applications received.  The City of Pass Christian is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

 

The City of Pass Christian Civil Service Commission is accepting applications for the position of Firefighter and Police Officer until COB on Nov 5, 2018.  Applications will be kept on file and will be considered current for a period of one (1) year from the date of filing.  Current applicants will be sent a hiring process letter to address on file at the beginning of each hiring cycle.  Applications must be received at City Hall, 200 W. Scenic Drive, Pass Christian, Ms.  during operating hours of 8am to 5pm, Monday through Friday.
Applicants must be:
            : at least 18 years of age,
            : in good physical condition
            : possess a High School diploma or equivalent
            : be a registered elector in the county in which he/she resides.

Full time positions are covered by Civil Service.   The City of Pass Christian reserves the right to refuse any and all applications.  The City of Pass Christian is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


  EVIDENCE TECH
Under the supervision of the Property/ Evidence Supervisor, this position is responsible for the
intake and inventory control of all property and evidence received into the Property/Evidence
Room. The employee logs, inventories, controls, and distributes evidence, narcotics, monies,
firearms and property. The employee performs routine clerical work. Work is performed with a
high level of confidentiality and is reviewed through observation and written reports for
adherence to established guidelines, policies and procedures. The nature of this position
requires occasional work during evening and weekend hours. Employee must be bondable.
EXAMPLE OF DUTIES
A. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
Acts as the custodian of the Property and Evidence Section.
Receives, sorts and secures all property delivered to the evidence room; responsible for
verifying evidence reports against property reports to ensure accuracy
Checks incoming property and evidence submitted by officers and Crime Scene Technicians for
accuracy and integrity.
Logs property and evidence, assigning appropriate inventory codes, numbers, barcodes or
identification.
Sorts, files, transports, tags, stores, and inventories evidence, firearms, weapons, contraband,
miscellaneous property, and monies.
Processes and files incoming, returned, and outgoing property records; returns property to
rightful owners.
Searches files for information in response to requests from law enforcement officers as well as
civilians.
Stores and assists in the disposal of narcotics and disposes of evidence pursuant to Mississippi
Statutes.
Properly handles, stores and disposes of biologically hazardous property and evidence.
Responds to in-person and telephone inquiries; provides information; directs callers.
Enters and updates information in manual and computerized records and files; operates a
computer, typewriter and other inventory devices.
Determines appropriate and lawful disposition of property; releases property to officers,
property owners, the courts and/or other agencies; releases property for sale at public
auctions; maintains an accurate accounting of all property transfers and releases.
Accountable for security and integrity of evidence room; responsible for preserving the
critical chain of evidence; testifies in court when subpoenaed.
Performs other duties unique to the department, division, or program that are not clerical in
nature.
Conducts periodic audits of property inventory; corresponds with officers and general
public regarding disposition of property; matches stolen and lost property with property
inventory.
Takes fingerprint impressions of customers for various background and application
forms.
B. MARGINAL FUNCTIONS
Research information to obtain ownership information.
Verbal and written correspondence with other agencies and individuals for informational
exchange.
REQUIREMENTS
A. TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE
High school diploma or GED required, supplemented by two years of experience in the receipt,
storage, and issuance of property, or in maintaining property control. Must not have been
convicted of any felony, or misdemeanor involving perjury or false statement, notwithstanding
suspension of sentence or withholding of adjudication. Must have fingerprints on file with the
Pass Christian Police Department. Must have good moral character as determined by a
background investigation. Must possess and maintain a valid State of Mississippi driver's
license. Applicants may possess a valid out of state driver's license and obtain the Mississippi
license within 30 days of employment.
B. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES
Knowledge of police principles, practices, and procedures dealing with police property control.
Knowledge of basic computer operations
Ability to physically move property items - large and small.
Ability to make oral presentation
Ability to prepare written reports.
Skills in communication with co-workers and the community.
Skills in maintaining cross index fil ing systems and in the classifying documentary material for
fi ling purposes.
Skills in computer data entry.
C. PHYSICAL AND MENTAL REQUIREMENTS
Ability to lift heavy, odd shaped items over 40 lbs. above head while on a ladder.
Ability to climb a ladder.
Ability to exercise manual dexterity for data entry.
Ability to hear conversations spoken in various tones of voice.
Ability to speak English language clearly and concisely.
Ability to grasp objects.
Ability to operate a motor vehicle.
Ability to bend over, walk, kneel, crawl, stretch, and sit while lifting light and heavy objects.
Ability to identify colors and read symbols.
Ability to visually inspect items for safety reasons.
THIS JOB DESCRIPTION IS NOT INTENDED TO BE AND SHOULD NOT BE CONSTRUED AS AN ALL
INCLUSIVE LIST OF ALL THE RESPONSIBILITIES, SKILLS OR WORKING CONDITIONS
ASSOCIATED WITH THE POSITION. WHILE IT IS INTENDED TO ACCURATELY REFLECT THE
POSITION ACTIVITIES AND REQUIREMENTS, MANAGEMENT RESERVES THE RIGHT TO MODIFY,
ADD OR REMOVE DUTIES AND ASSIGN OTHER DUTIES AS NECESSARY. THIS JOB
DESCRIPTION DOES NOT CONSTITUTE A WRITTEN OR IMPLIED CONTRACT OF EMPLOYMENT


Job Description (Beautification) GSE I - Laborer
Position Overview
The General Services Employee (GSE) performs unskilled and limited semi-skilled manual work.
Work of this class involves performance of routine unskilled manual laboring tasks and limited semi-skilled tasks in the carrying out of a variety of maintenance, construction and service activities. Assignments include the use of standard hand tools and power operated devices, the operation of trucks and other automotive equipment incident to regular duties. Work usually is performed under direct supervision. Work may be performed in various areas within the Department which may include work with ball fields, parks, or other outdoor/indoor areas. Work to include but is not limited to mowing, transport of equipment, weed eat, field preparation, garbage pick-up, edging, and other labor related items.
Essential Job Functions
Essential duties and functions, pursuant to the Americans with Disabilities Act, May include the following. Other related duties may be assigned.
 Ability to read, write and/or follow oral instructions.
 Ability to learn the use of hand and power tools incidental to assigned tasks.
 Physical strength and agility sufficient to perform heavy manual labor for extended periods and at times under unfavorable weather conditions.
 Ability to work with cleaning equipment.
 Ability to operate small machinery (riding lawn mowers, push mowers, weed eater, etc.)
 Performs other duties and responsibilities as assigned.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
Must posses required knowledge, skills, abilities and experience and be able to explain and demonstrate, with or without reasonable accommodations, that the essential functions of the job can be performed.
 Ability to read, write and/or follow oral instructions.
 Ability to learn the use of hand and power tools incidental to assigned tasks.
 Physical strength and agility sufficient to perform heavy manual labor for extended periods and at times under unfavorable weather conditions.
 Ability to work with cleaning equipment.
 Ability to operate small machinery (riding lawn mowers, push mowers, weed eater, etc.)
 Other duties and responsibilities as assigned.
Education and Experience
High School graduate or equivalent. Some experience in the area of work assigned sufficient to perform assigned tasks.
Required Licenses or Certificates
Must possess valid driver's license.
Physical Demands and Working Conditions
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. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Physical requirements include occasional lifting/carrying of 50+ pounds; visual acuity, speech and hearing; hand and eye coordination and manual dexterity necessary to operate equipment. Subject to sitting, standing, reaching, walking, twisting and kneeling to perform the essential functions. Working conditions are primarily outdoors.
OTHER
This job description should not be considered as all-inclusive. It is intended to identify the essential functions and minimum qualifications of this job.
The incumbent(s) may be required to perform job-related responsibilities and task other than those stated in this job description. Nothing in this job description restricts management's right to assign or reassign job related responsibilities and tasks to this job at any time. Certain functions are understood to be essential; these include, but are not limited to, attendance, getting along with others, working a full shift, and dealing with and working under stress. Any essential function of this class will be evaluated as necessary should an incumbent/applicant be unable to perform the essential function or requirements due to a disability as defines by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), reasonable accommodations for the specific disability will be made for the incumbent/applicant when possible.


Maintenance
Department: Harbor
Reports to: Harbor Master
Directly Supervises: Non-Supervisory
Position Overview:
This job consist of operating tractors with grass cutting attachments and other mechanical equipment as directed; servicing equipment used on a daily basis, maintaining same, and performing other general laborer duties as directed when necessary.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
Essential duties and functions, pursuant to the Americans with Disabilities Act, May include the following. Other related duties may be assigned.
• Operates hand and tractor mounted mowing equipment to cut grass in the Harbor
• Performs unskilled laboring tasks
• Checks assigned equipment daily to assure that tire pressure, fuel, oil and other fluid levels are sufficient; adds oil, fuel or other liquids
• Notifies supervisor of equipment malfunctions and needed maintenance; performs maintenance as needed
• Responsible for facility maintenance, including construction, electrical and water on the piers, slips, bulkheads and fishing piers
• Maintains the grounds and roads in the Harbor Facility which requires operating the lawn mower, weed eater, tractor/backhoe and other pieces of heavy equipment
REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:
Must possess required knowledge, skills, abilities and experience and be able to explain and demonstrate, with or without reasonable accommodations, that the essential functions of the job can be performed.
• Some knowledge of maintenance requirements for light and medium duty trucks;
• Skill in the operation of light and medium trucks and trailers;
• Skill in the operation of hand tools;
• Skill in the operation of hand and tractor mounted mowing equipment;
• Ability to follow simple oral and written instructions;
• Ability to perform manual labor in all weather conditions;
• Ability to locate assigned work sites from instructions or maps;
• Knowledge of all related safety procedures.
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE
• Graduation from high school or equivalent.
• In lieu of above requirements, the incumbent may possess any combination of relevant education, training and experience which would demonstrate the individual's knowledge, skill and ability to perform the essential duties listed above.
License and Certifications
• Valid Mississippi Driver's License at the time of appointment or ability to obtain one within thirty (30) days and a driving record acceptable to the City's insurance carrier.
Physical Demands and Working Conditions
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. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Physical requirements include the occasional lifting/carrying of 50+
pounds; visual acuity, speech and hearing; hand and eye coordination and manual dexterity necessary to operate field tools, computers and basic office equipment. Working conditions are both indoors and outdoors, in rain and the heat of summer. Works near moving mechanical parts; fumes or dust; toxic or caustic chemicals. Low noise (e.g., business office); moderate noise (e.g., light motorized equipment such as lawn mowers); and loud noise (e.g., jackhammers, heavy motorized equipment). Work involves the operation of non-commercial motor vehicles; Work involves the operation of tools such as axes, shovels, sling blades, etc; Work involves the operation of motorized equipment such as chain saws, power saws, jackhammers, lawn mowers, and tractors; Work involves climbing or running; Work involves stooping, bending, twisting, or reaching out in unusual positions; Works above ground or floor level, such as on stools or ladders; Works in a relatively high average temperature over a long period of time; Work involves considerable physical exertion of the whole body over a long period of time; Work requires near vision (20 inches or less); Work required distant vision (20 feet or more); Work involves the detection of color differences; Work involves hearing and understanding conversation.
Other
The statements contained in this job description reflect general details necessary to describe the principal functions of this job, the level of knowledge and skill typically required and the scope of responsibility. It should not be considered an all-inclusive listing of work requirements. Individuals may perform other duties as assigned, including work in other functional areas to cover absences of relief, to equalize peak work periods or otherwise to balance the workload.


Patrol Officer Police Department
Position Overview
To fulfill the mission, goals, and objectives of the Pass Christian Police Dept., officers and employees must have the ability to perform a variety of duties that are essential to the positions they fill. Therefore, individuals considered by the Sheriff for the position of Chief Deputy will initially meet and maintain the same Essential Functions as those described under Essential Functions for Entry Level Law Enforcement Officers. They are:
• Speak, Write, and Read Reports and Comprehend Other Documents;
• Handle Human Relations Problems;
• Engage in Physical Activities;
• Operate Patrol Vehicle;
• Enforce Traffic Laws and Manage Traffic Accidents;
• Arrest and Detain Persons;
• Use Physical Force to Control Persons;
• Use Deadly Force;
• Conduct Search and Seizure;
• Protect Crime Scene and Collect Evidence and Information:
• Conduct Initial Investigations of Various Crimes and Events;
• Provide Emergency Assistance; &
• Present Testimony.
An applicant for the position of Sergeant with the Pass Christian Police Dept. that cannot perform these essential tasks is unacceptable. A current employee in the position of a sworn law enforcement officer who is no longer able to comply with the requirements of the Pass Christian Police Dept. will be referred to the administration.
Essential Job Function
Essential duties and functions, pursuant to the Americans with Disabilities Act, May include the following. Other related duties may be assigned.
Sworn law enforcement officers of the Pass Christian Police Dept. are required to:
• Provide general law enforcement services to those within the jurisdictional limits of the agency;
• Preserve public peace;
• Protect life;
• Protect property;
• Prevent crime;
• Protect the constitutional rights of all persons encountered or arrested
• Formally advise all suspects of their rights as assured by U.S. Constitution, and upon request provide those rights accordingly,
• Provide equal protection for all;
• Use force sparingly and only when necessary to effect a lawful end;
• Enforce the laws of the state and other applicable ordinances;
• Arrive to work at a specified time in full regulation uniform, unless otherwise instructed;
• Protect persons and property that may come under your charge or custody;
• Be on duty in the prescribed uniform, and be mentally, emotionally and physically prepared to perform all required duties;
• Remain on duty and fully conscious until the expiration of the shift, and or relieved by a supervisor;
• Maintain a clean and professional appearance while on duty;
• Complete, and turn in before the end of each tour of duty, all reports and necessary paperwork;
• Maintain sensitivity and provide equality to all races, religions, sexes, and cultural groups;
• Establish and maintain positive, effective working relationships with co-workers, supervisors, other agencies, and the public;
• Attend and complete all required training and demonstrations of proficiency;
• Establish and maintain liaison with local, county, state, federal agencies, and public officials.
• Abide by all lawful policies and procedures, orders, and instructions issued by superiors of the Pass Christian Police Dept.
Specific Duties
Line supervisors are the backbone of this agency, and perform a critical role in how we are perceived and supported by the public. Sergeants are assigned to a variety of duties.
In addition to the general duties required, sworn officers of the Pass Christian Police Dept. performs the following specific duties. Deviations from the duties within this job description are subject to prior written approval of the Chief of Police. The patrolman will;
• Upon assuming duties of each shift, review general orders, post orders, directives, and policies and procedures for recent changes;
• Respond to dispatch orders without unnecessary delay;
• Exercise direct supervision and control of the patrol shift, section, or officer(s) placed in their charge;
• Schedule and supervise work assignments and performance of officers assigned to the shift or section;
• Assign duties to patrol or section personnel which further the mission and goals of the agency as prioritized by the Lieutenant in charge of the patrol shift or section;
• Conduct formal inspections of officer's appearance, equipment, and grooming on a weekly basis;
• Routinely inspect the equipment, appearance, and work habits of officers assigned to the shift or section prior to, during, and at the end of duty tours;
• Prevent officers from sleeping, conducting personal business, or other derelictions of duty;
• Advise other Sergeants and supervisors of observed activity of their officers needing possible corrective action;
• Take immediate action to prevent any officer from;
a. Performing a unreasonably dangerous or illegal act,
b. Using more than reasonable force,
c. Using unprofessional or abusive language, or gestures,
d. Sexual harassment
e. Abusing a witness, suspect, or member of the public,
f. Disrespectful conduct, speech, or gestures to another officer or supervisor,
g. Failing to read or provide an arrestee their constitutional rights, &
h. Dereliction of duty;
• Correct deficiencies in equipment, appearance, grooming and work habits;
• Counsel officers when opportunities for improvement become apparent;
• Discipline subordinate personnel according to the Pass Christian Police Dept. standard, training, and disciplinary procedures;
• Review reports submitted by patrol and section personnel for accuracy, completeness, and conformance with the Pass Christian Police Dept standards;
• Proceed to maintain control of scenes, until relieved by a higher authority, such as a
a. Serious crimes or accidents, &
b. Unusual or emergency situations;
• Patrol and inspect the Pass Christian Police Dept jurisdictional area and agency operations when necessary;
• Covertly and overtly observe officer performance, and provide recommendations when opportunities for improvement exist;
• Be familiar with the streets and building locations within the jurisdiction;
• Develop and maintain procedural guidelines for patrol and section officer;
• Appear in court and assist in the prosecution of violators;
• Supervise and review the Field Training Officer [FTO] program; and FTO and officer performance and progress;
• Serve on agency committees and boards when requested; &
• Perform the duties that may be assigned by Superiors.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
Must possess required knowledge, skills, abilities and experience and be able to explain and demonstrate, with or without reasonable accommodations, that the essential functions of the job can be performed.
Those individuals seeking employment with the Pass Christian Police Dept. as a sworn law enforcement officer must:
• Be a United States citizen;
• Be a resident of Mississippi or become a resident within ninety [90] days of employment;
• Be at least twenty-one [21] years of age;
• Possess a valid Mississippi Driver License
• Never have been convicted of a felony, or a misdemeanor involving moral turpitude;
• Be free of misdemeanor convictions for the last twelve [12] months;
• Have no previous or current charges of driving while Intoxicated or driving under the Influence of drugs or alcohol;
• Be subject to a thorough background investigation and personal interviews by agency personnel;
• If served in the armed forces of any country, demonstrate stability, reliability, and integrity, by having an Honorable Discharge [Dishonorable or General discharges are not acceptable];
• Demonstrate a good financial credit rating for the last five [5] years;
• Demonstrate reading and comprehension skills in the English language to at least the 12th grade level through interviews and written demonstration of proficiency;
• Demonstrate honesty and integrity by successfully completing pre-employment polygraph and drug testing;
• Be free from illegal drug use, or legal drugs that impair mental or physical performance, for the past 5 years, as determined by interview, medical, or polygraph testing;
• Be fingerprinted and subjected to a search of local, state, and national records and fingerprint files;
• Undergo physical and psychological assessments by licensed professionals. If a physician or mental health professional identifies conditions that impede or prevent the individual from performing the essential tasks of this position, the applicant may not be eligible for employment as a law enforcement officer with the Pass Christian Police Dept. until such time as the issue or condition is resolved to the satisfaction of the original professional;
• Meet academic and physical requirements for completion of the law enforcement officers' course and certification, as required by the state, or have successfully completed the required peace officer academy training.
• Maintain a license as a law enforcement or peace officer as defined by the state statute, rules, and regulations.
Education and Experience
• Have a high school diploma or equivalent (GED);
• Successfully completed Field Training Officer [FTO] training after the academy and `signed off by appointed FTO;
• Demonstrated proficiency with all weapons carried, and patrol vehicle within last twelve [12] months or during FTO training period;
• Within twelve [12] months of initial hire; and each year thereafter, complete no less than fifteen [15] hours of formal in-service training, to include personal
• protection and use of defensive weapons training, emergency vehicle driving,
• First aid, and Haz-Mat awareness.
• Any equivalent combination of education, experience, and training that provides the required knowledge, skill and abilities will be accepted.
Physical Demands and Working Conditions
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. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Demanding mental, physical and behavioral standards are necessary for this position. Physical requirements include occasional lifting/carrying of 50+ pounds; visual acuity, speech and hearing; hand and eye coordination and manual dexterity necessary to operate a computer keyboard and basic office equipment. Subject to sitting, standing, reaching, walking, twisting and kneeling to perform the essential functions. Working conditions are both indoors and outdoors. Employee is occasionally required to climb or balance; stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl; and taste and smell. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate and sometimes loud outdoors. Incumbent sometimes works in hazardous environments under high stress.
CHAIN OF COMMAND:
Newly appointed officers initially work under the direct supervision of a Field Training Officer [FTO], until the FTO approves the officer to perform duties on their own without constant direct supervision. Once the FTO training process is complete, sworn officers normally work under the supervision of a sergeant overseeing the section to which the officer is assigned.


Firefighter I
Job Description


Civil Service Position
Reports to: Fire Chief
Directly Supervises: Non-Supervisory
Position Overview
This is skilled firefighting work in combating, extinguishing and preventing fires; in answering emergency calls; and in operation and maintenance of fire department equipment, apparatus and quarters. Incumbent will have completed 1001 at MS Fire Academy with the Pass Christian Fire Department. Incumbent will gain further experience in all fire fighting tactics and will usually work under supervision.
Essential Job Function
The following is intended as illustrative but not all inclusive of various types of work performed in positions allocated to this classification. The absence of the specific statement of duties does not exclude those tasks from the position if the work is similar, related or a logical assignment of the position.
• Work involves training for and participation in duties of protecting life and property by firefighting and rescue activities usually under close supervision.
• Employees of the Firefighter I class are required to learn and participate in the operation of apparatus and the performance of hazardous tasks under emergency conditions which may require strenuous exertion under handicaps such as smoke and cramped surroundings.
• Responsible for driving fire truck to scene of fire and position it for easy accessibility, lays hose lines, hooks up to hydrants, relays or drafts water.
• Responsible for all facets of pump operations.
• Firefighting and rescue work will be the most difficult responsible areas of essential duty, much time will be spent drilling and studying methods, techniques and organizations and in routine duties in the care and maintenance of fire department property and equipment.
• Specific orders and directions are given by senior personnel, but the work requires initiative through individual understanding of firefighting methods.
• Responsible for all equipment at his/her station.
• Be proficient in the operation of the equipment to which he/she is assigned and be able to operate said equipment to best perform the functions for which is was designed and to not exceed its designed limitations.
• Must know all streets and have knowledge of street numbers.
• Must maintain hydrants, apparatus, quarters, buildings, equipment and grounds.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
Must possess required knowledge, skills, abilities and experience and be able to explain and demonstrate, with or without reasonable accommodations, that the essential functions of the job can be performed.
• Knowledge of basic fire suppression techniques.
• Ability to grasp and follow directives under stress.
• Ability to perform physical training.
• Knowledge of all street locations within the City of Pass Christian.
Education and Experience
• High School Diploma or equivalent
• Possess 1-2 years work under supervision
Licenses and/or Certifications
• Valid Mississippi Driver's License at the time of appointment or ability to obtain one within thirty (30) days and a driving record acceptable to the City's insurance carrier.
• Valid certification in CPR
• Must possess valid 1001 certificate
• Must complete MS First Responder Course
Physical Demands and Working Conditions
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. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Demanding mental, physical and behavioral standards are necessary for this position. Physical requirements include occasional lifting/carrying of 50+ pounds; visual acuity, speech and hearing; hand and eye coordination and manual dexterity necessary to operate a computer keyboard and basic office equipment. Subject to sitting, standing, reaching, walking, twisting and kneeling to perform the essential functions. Working conditions are both indoors and outdoors. Employee is occasionally required to climb or balance; stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl; and taste and smell.
Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus.
The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate and sometimes loud outdoors. Incumbent sometimes works in hazardous environments under high stress.