Snowmobile Trail Grooming
Seasonal Winter Position
The Fremont County Parks and Recreation Dept. is accepting applications for the 2016-17 winter snowmobile trail grooming season.
Job Title: Groomer Operator/Fremont County Parks and Recreation Dept.
Reports to: Grooming Program Supervisor/Parks and Recreation Director/Planning and Building Administrator
Job Summary: Operate over snow equipment used to maintain snowmobile trails in Fremont County.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Operators are required to keep written daily equipment, fuel and route logs. Knowledge of internet and internet reporting necessary.
Duties include, but are not limited to, assisting with snow removal, shop clean up, equipment maintenance, fueling and repairs.
Operators will be required to assist with route signing, trail maintenance and other tasks as requested.
Part Time Seasonal Position: Mid-December through mid-March (approximate)
Salary: $15.45 per hour 40 hours per week (approximate) Location: Island Park
Essential: Must be able to perform essential duties with or without reasonable accommodation, efficiently, accurately and without causing a direct safety threat to the person or others.
Position includes climbing, balancing, pushing, pulling, stooping, kneeling, crouching, reaching, walking, standing, lifting, and digging postholes (for signing) by hand or with provided equipment.
Must have knowledge of trail grooming and/or heavy duty equipment/repairs. Knowledge of Fremont County Trail System helpful.
Lifting and moving items weighing 50 pounds. Valid Idaho driver’s license. A background check will be conducted.
Must be able to follow verbal and written instruction. Ability to operate a snowmobile, chain saw and other misc. hand tools.
May work in adverse weather conditions, nights, weekends and holidays.
Veteran’s Preference will apply. Applications are available online on this web page. Applications are to be submitted to the Fremont County Clerk’s Office, 151 West First North, St. Anthony, ID 83445
Closing date: November 21, 2016
For additional information: Contact Tamra Cikaitoga, 208/624-7266