4855 Hamilton St.
Sacramento, CA 95841 916-482-8377
Current Job Openings
Seasonal Maintenance Specialist [2 positions]
(a 24-hour per week [3 days/week] seasonal position,
working not more that 1,040 hours in a calendar year or a total of 43 weeks)
Typical work season will be March through December
Rate of pay: starting at $15.00/hour (no benefits other than those required by law)
General Statement of Duties
Participates in the work of landscaping, park maintenance, and public facility and infrastructure maintenance and repair.
Distinguishing Features of the Class
The employee performs a wide variety of park maintenance functions. Work includes basic carpentry, irrigation, painting, and maintenance projects as assigned by the Crew Leader. Employee is responsible for interpreting and following safety regulations when using equipment and tools. Work subjects the employee to inside and outside environmental conditions, extremes in temperatures, and hazards associated with equipment operation including fumes, oils, gases and mists. The Park Lead Worker will assign and supervise work.
For additional job duties, responsibilities and information, please see the job description.
HIRING NOW For School year 2018-1019 - Job will begin in late July
These positions work with children at the after school Expanded Learning program.
The Recreation Leader is responsible for implementation of program activities.
The program consists of recreational and educational programming. Staff must be 18
and have 48 units of college or pass the Twin Rivers Para-educator test. Staff must have
TB test and pass fingerprinting/background check.
The Expanded Learning program runs M-F during the school year from 3-6:30 p.m.
Staff work an average of 20 hours per week.
Duties may include but are not limited to the following: Administering after-school programs, including academic assistance, enrichment programs, arts and crafts, recreation and sports activities. Other duties include supervision or staff, preparation of program reports, curriculum development and support; equipment inventory and disbursement; guidance, counseling and mentoring of program participants, troubleshooting issues with parents, participants, and school administration, and basic custodial duties.
Do you want to give back to your community, receive high school credits, or just meet new people? We have a variety of opportunities for you! Whether you want to volunteer on your own, with your business, or with a group of friends or family, we welcome your volunteer spirit! Currently we are looking for volunteers to assist with:
Flowerbed planting and upkeep
Special projects - talk to us Eagle Scouts!
Community Special events
Oakdale Expanded Learning After School Program - Requires fingerprinting
We love to have our residents involved! Please call us at
482-8377 if you are interested in any of these projects or you have an idea you would like to discuss