Temporary Grounds Keeper

Date Posted
March 18 2024

Butler County Health is seeking a Grounds Keeper for summer help. This temporary full-time position (40 hrs/wk) will be responsible for performing the facility’s grounds maintenance and landscaping tasks. Such tasks will include using various types of power equipment not limited to lawnmowers, trimmers and leaf blowers, etc. Other duties may be assigned. High School diploma or equivalent, valid driver’s license and good driving record required. Previous experience operating various types of power equipment preferred.       

Closing Date: 04/15/2024

We offer competitive compensation and benefits packages, tuition assistance, loan forgiveness programs and opportunities to advance in your career! 

EEO Employer/Vet/Disabled

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES including the following.  Other duties may be assigned.

Understand and comply with the requirements of the Hospital’s Compliance Program, including, but not limited to the Code of Conduct, The Compliance Policy, all organization-wide policies for compliance and compliance plans affecting specific duties and responsibilities.

Participate in all education and training programs regarding compliance as required by Hospital policy and as requested by supervisor.

  1. Operates various types of power equipment including lawnmowers, trimmers, leaf blowers and other landscaping equipment. 
  2. Mows lawns, trims weeds, and rakes leaves as assigned. 
  3. Picks up and removes trash prior to mowing a designated area.
  4. Empties trash containers.
  5. Prepares soil and plants flowers, brushes, hedges or shrubs. 
  6. Plants trees and prunes them when necessary. 
  7. Cuts and removes trees as needed. 
  8. Applies fertilizer, pesticides and herbicides as directed. 
  9. Performs routine maintenance on power equipment. 
  10. Work with hospital staff, medical staff, patients, visitors, hospital contractors and vendors in a courteous and professional manner.
  11. Maintain safe and clean working environment and always use all maintenance equipment in a safe manner.
  12. Use of appropriate personal protective equipment while completing assigned task. 
  13. Share work requisitions and repair requests with manager and prioritize such requests.
  14. Maintain confidentiality and assist others to keep confidentiality.
  15. Perform any other duties that may be assigned by hospital management.
  16. Appropriate barrier protection will always be used when exposure to blood and/or body fluids is anticipated.
  17. Implementing safe work practices 100% of time to reduce the risk of occupational exposure and/or injury.
  18. Other duties as assigned. 

 

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