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Job Posting – Part-Time Maintenance Grounds Keeper

The Town of Fulton is accepting applications for a part-time maintenance grounds keeper. Must have a valid Texas Driver’s License, or ability to obtain same. Employment applications may be obtained from Town Hall, 201 N. 7th Street, between the hours of 8:00 am and 4:00 pm. or on the Town’s webpage fultontexas.org.

Position open until filled. The Town of Fulton is an EEO/ADA employer.

Printable Job Description    Printable Job Application

JOB TITLE:

Part-Time Maintenance Grounds Keeper

GENERAL FUNCTION:

Under direction of Supervisor or other appropriate administrative staff responsible for the general maintenance (mowing/weed-eating/litter & trash removal) of grounds and to do related tasks as required.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Mowing of Park, Paws and Taws, and Downtown
  • Weed-eating of Park, Paws and Taws, and Downtown
  • Daily cleaning of Park
  • Empty trash cans in Park and Downtown area
  • Pick up trash/litter at Park, Paws and Taws, and Downtown
  • Other duties as

SUPERVISION RECEIVED:

Supervisor will inspect work for completion and will ensure that standard operating procedures have been followed.

SUPERVISION EXERCISED:

No supervisory responsibility required.

JOB SPECIFICATIONS:

  • Ability to operate mower and weed-eater.
  • Ability to understand verbal and written
  • Ability to perform various clean-up tasks as

LICENSES AND CERTIFICATES:

  • Valid Class C Texas drivers’

PHYSICAL ABILITIES:

Ability to see, communicate, and the ability read and write in the English language. Ability to carry items weighing up to 25 pounds and lift to a height of 1-3 feet. Ability to walk, stand, and kneel. Ability to use hand and power tools. Ability to drive in a safe and responsible manner. Ability to follow oral and written instructions. Ability to develop and maintain a positive working relationship with fellow employees and the general public.

TX RESIDENTS ASKED TO CONSERVE ELECTRICITY

The Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT) is asking Texans to reduce electric use as much as possible today through Friday, June 18. A significant number of forced generation outages combined with potential record electric use for the month of June has resulted in tight grid conditions.

Generator owners have reported approximately 11,000 MW of generation is on forced outage for repairs; of that, approximately 8,000 MW is thermal and the rest is intermittent resources. According to the summer Seasonal Assessment of Resource Adequacy, a typical range of thermal generation outages on hot summer days is around 3,600 MW. One MW typically powers around 200 homes on a summer day.

Please take these simple actions to help reduce electric use:

  • Set your thermostat to 78 degrees or higher – every degree of cooling increases your energy use by six to eight percent.
  • Turn off lights and pool pumps and avoid using large appliances like ovens, washing machines and dryers.
  • If you don’t need something – we are asking you to turn it off and unplug it if possible.
  • Visit the Power to Save website or your electric provider for more ways to conserve.

How to track electricity demand

  • View daily peak demand forecast, current load and available generation at http://www.ercot.com.
  • Follow ERCOT on Twitter (@ERCOT_ISO) and Facebook (Electric Reliability Council of Texas).
  • Sign up for the ERCOT mobile app (available for download at the Apple App Store and Google Play).
  • Subscribe to the EmergencyAlerts list on http://lists.ercot.com

Preparing for the 2021 Hurricane Season

Fulton Neighborhood Watch

Invites you to attend a program on

Preparing for the 2021 Hurricane Season

Tuesday June 8, 2021

6:30 p.m.

Fulton Convention Center/ Paws and Taws

Guest Speakers

Melissa Huffman

  • Warning Coordination Meteorologist National Weather Service Corpus Christi

Patricia Arnold

  • Executive Director ACMSI Presentation on 211

Lee Brown

  • Public Safety Communication Center Dir.
  • Presentation on Code Red

Rick McLester

  • Aransas County Emergency Management Coordinator

Printable Flyer – Fulton Neighborhood Watch hurricane meeting