Land Application Lead Person
|Approved LOCAL 39:||CS|
Under the supervision of the Land Application Manager, the Land Application Lead Person provides job site direction for Land Application employees and other District crews working at the District’s Alpine County Land Application facilities. Performs a variety of construction, maintenance, and repair work, and related tasks. Trains less experienced workers, completes work orders and inventory reports, and performs other Land Application duties as required to complete assigned job efficiently.
Job Physical Requirements Analysis
|Job Specific Body Movements||Occasionally
1/3 of time or less
1/3 – 2/3 of time
More than 2/3 of time
|Sitting||20% of day|
|Standing||70% of day|
|Walking||30% of day|
|Driving||20% of day|
|Hearing||100% of day|
|Speaking||100% of day|
|Lifting 1-20 lbs||X|
|Lifting 20-50 lbs||X|
|Lifting 50+ lbs||X|
|Working/reaching above shoulder||X|
|Working w/arms extended @ shoulder level||X|
|Working with body bent over at waist||X|
|Working in kneeling position||X|
Height from Floor of Objects to Be Reached or Worked On:
Air compressors, jackhammers, wackers, saws, and various air tools; forklifts, backhoes, loaders, excavators, cranes, tractors, hydro, water trucks, vacuum trucks, sweeper, mowers, graders, snow removal equipment, heavy trucks and other related equipment, including larger class excavators and bulldozers.
Most work performed outdoors with heat and sun exposure, storms, snow, rain and ice. Exposure to wet and muddy conditions. Exposure to various plant materials that may affect allergies. Exposure to CO 2 gases and various chemicals such as chlorine or other chemicals used in the disinfection and treatment of water, depending on job assignment. Uses chemicals which may be listed under MSDS as requiring the proper protective equipment for safe use.