Assist the Collection Systems Supervisor in all aspects of new construction and installation of sewer lines and grinder pumps. Direct subordinates during the installation of new sewer lines and grinder pump installations. PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES: 1. Works safely and points out safety hazards on job sites. 2. Installation of grinder pumps, discharge lines, gravity sewer lines and repair or replacement of sewer mains, and discharge lines. 3. Operates backhoe, skid steer and rock hammer attachment for backhoe. 4. Operates and does preventative maintenance on small equipment and hand tools. 5. Does simple preventative maintenance (greasing) of the backhoe and dump truck. 6. Maintains adequate inventory of all material by notifying the Collection System Supervisor of all required parts orders. 7. Work with minimal supervision at times. 8. Assist with other departments when needed.
- High School Diploma or GED - Valid TN Driver License required, TN CDL preferred. - Collection System II Operator Certification preferred. - 1 – 5 years previous experience in pipefitting; underground utility installation/construction preferred; ability to direct subordinates. - Normal speech, hearing, and vision, lifting of 50 pounds (more where applicable with assistance). Must be able to stoop, bend, squat, crawl, climb a ladder and walk on uneven ground.
This is a seasonal position working approximately 20-25 hours per week May - September. The purpose of this position is to maintain and operate the Druid Hills Recreation Complex (i.e., Mini Golf) for customers who visit and play there by performing the following duties: • Hand out shuffleboard, mini golf, and horseshoe equipment as needed. • Maintain cleanliness of cabana, clubs, balls, and shuffleboard equipment and area along with the playground and horseshoe pits. • Do a daily site inspection to report any curb appeal or maintenance situation that should be turned into the Sr. Mini Golf Attendant. • Keep an accurate log of players for accounting purposes. • Do proper accounting of cash and start cash. • Enforce rules so area will be safe for customer’s enjoyment. • Make sure cash and log sheets balance before closing. • Answer phone, take correct messages, and handle situations. • Notify in writing to Sr. Mini Golf Attendant of any scheduling conflicts. • Ability to get along with others. • Ability to present a friendly positive attitude to customers. • Perform minor maintenance tasks; i.e., rake horseshoe pits and keep course clean.
• Customer service experience • Computer literate with Point of Sale experience preferred. • Outside, variable weather conditions (occasionally extreme temperatures), minimum supervision. • Normal speech, hearing, and vision, lifting of 20 pounds (more where applicable with assistance)..
This is a seasonal position working approximately 20-25 hours per week May - September. The purpose of this position is to assist with outdoor pool operations, concessions, and controlling access to pool. • Log, record, and collect money when working in Snack Bar. • Balance day’s receipts on admissions and concessions at the end of shift when working in Snack Bar. • Responsible for inventory of food concessions, pool passes, paper goods, and drink products when working in Snack Bar. • Answers phone, takes messages, and handles situations while on the phone when working the Snack Bar. • Assist in checking identification of anyone entering pool facilities. • Assist residents/guests with questions, comments, requests, etc. • Responsible for pool area and cabana cleanliness. • Co-responsible with Facilities Maintenance department for cleaning pool and proper chemical balance in pool; coordinates with Facilities Maintenance department if adjustments in pump room need to be made. • Co-responsible with Facilities Maintenance department for pool openings and closings at the beginning and end of season, as necessary. • Do any other tasks assigned by the Pool Supervisor.
• High school graduate preferred or GED. • Point of Sale experience a plus. • Customer service skills required and ability to multi-task and make change. • Active listening skills and ability to articulate information both verbally and in writing. Relates with customers with a positive and service-oriented attitude. • Normal speech, hearing, and vision, lifting of 25 pounds, more with assistance. Long hours on concrete, must be able to tolerate heat inside Cabana. Ability to walk up and down steps and stairs.
Responsible for the day to day operation of the Racquet Sports front desk, pro shop, indoor courts, clay courts, and satellite courts by performing the following duties. 1. Account for correct money transactions and cash drawer. 2. Customer service and satisfaction. 3. Book tennis court reservations for Druid Hills, Dorchester, clay courts, and indoor courts. 4. Log and handle all paperwork and keys accurately. 5. Notify Racquet Sports Head Pro of any changes, conflicts, repairs and maintenance, cleaning inventory that occurs. 6. Be knowledgeable of all merchandise, prices, and sales. 7. Monitor usage of facilities (enforce rules and regulations). 8. Regulate the use of lights, heat, and fans. 9. Answer phones, take correct messages, and handle situations while on the phone. 10. Deal with departments, fellow employees, members, and guests concerning any matters that come up on a daily basis in regards to Racquet Sports. 11. Be familiar with FGCC policies and procedures that directly involve the Racquet Sports Department. 12. Notify in writing to Racquet Sports Head Pro of any scheduling conflicts. 13. Assist in training new Racquet Sport attendants. 14. Rake clay courts and sweep lines daily. 15. Vacuum and dust pro shop, pick up trash, can, etc. and clean kitchen area every night.
HS Diploma or GED Computer literate in Microsoft Office, Point of Sale a plus. Normal speech hearing and vision Ability to work on several tasks simultaneously; maintain composure when dealing with stressful situations; absolute confidentiality required. Valid TN Driver License required Ability to lift up to 40 pounds alone.
Responsible for management of dining room service. Ensure compliance with FGCC service standards including a high standard of appearance, hospitality and service for personnel, and cleanliness of dining room. Supervise and train dining room staff. Manage within budgetary restraints. 1. Design floor plan in accordance with reservations. 2. Plan dining room setup based upon anticipated guest counts and client needs. 3. Take reservations, check table reservation schedules and maintain reservations log. 4. Greet and seat members and guests. 5. Supervise dining room staff to help assure proper service; execute table service as needed. 6. Inspect dining room employees to ensure that they are in proper and clean uniforms at all times. 7. Receive and resolve complaints concerning food, beverages and service. 8. Serve as liaison between the dining room and kitchen staff. 9. Assure that all side-work is accomplished and that all cleaning of equipment and storage areas is completed according to schedule. 10. Direct pre-meal meetings with dining room personnel; relay information and policy changes and brief personnel. 11. Assure the correct appearance, cleanliness and safety of dining room areas, equipment and fixtures; check the maintenance of all equipment in the dining room and report deficiencies and maintenance concerns. 12. Make suggestions about improvements in dining room service procedures and layout. 13. Produce daily or meal-period revenue analyses and other reports from point of sale systems used in the dining room. 14. Assure that the dining room and other club areas are secure at the end of the business day. 15. Maintain an inventory of dining room service items. 16. Maintain the dining room reservation system. 17. Responsible to make adjustments to achieve established financial goals. 18. Assist in service and tableside cookery as needed. 19. Attend scheduled staff meetings. 20. Confirm that all dining room closing procedures have been completed and assure that area is secure. 21. May serve as club’s opening and closing manager or manager on duty. 22. Assure that local and state laws and the club’s policies and procedures for the service of alcoholic beverages are consistently followed. 23. Perform other appropriate assignments and projects as required by the Director of Food & Beverage.
- High School Diploma or GED - Valid TN Driver License required - ABC Card (Alcohol Beverage Certified within 60 days - A minimum of 2 years as a Server with proven leadership skills - Computer literate in Microsoft - Ability to effectively supervise - Active listening skills and ability to articulate information both verbally and in writing. - Normal speech, hearing, and vision. Reaching, lifting of 40 pounds (more where assistance). Walking and standing for extended periods of time. - Ability to work on several tasks simultaneously; maintain composure when dealing with stressful situations; absolute confidentiality required.