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City of Muskogee Hatbox Field Maintenance Leader I in Muskogee, Oklahoma

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image1.pngHatbox Field Maintenance Leader Inon-exempt Grade 36

City of Muskogee

Created 12/27/2022

CLASS TITLE: Hatbox Field Maintenance Leader I


Acts as a working lead person in performing a variety of unskilled, semi-skilled and skilled tasks; performs as a member of a work group or oversees workers on individual job assignments engaged in planned or scheduled general custodial, maintenance and renovation activities. Assists with organization of special events and recreational activities for individuals and groups of all ages including festivals, agriculture shows, expo and trade shows, arts and crafts, music, dramatics, education and developmental programs involving City Park Department properties and facilities, and other related assigned duties.


Oversees and assists with the operation and maintenance of Hatbox Field; Event Center, hangars, dance building, RV park & Hatbox Sports Complex.

Oversees and participates in daily maintenance and cleaning of assigned facilities including directing others in the use of vehicles for picking up trash and debris, cleaning restrooms and facilities and office/break room areas.

Assists with scheduling of events, contract use and facility rentals to ensure maximum use of the facilities and avoid conflicts with multiple user groups and traffic in and out of facilities.

Participates in and directs others performing special events set-up, clean up and removal activities and assembling and disassembling of various equipment.

Works with Hatbox Field Manager on annual operations and event budget and maintaining expenses.

Works with Hatbox Field Manager to organize, schedule, supervise and evaluate employee(s); assists with assignment priorities and work and training of staff personnel.

Oversees and operates hand tools, power tools and other small equipment, light trucks, golf carts, tractors and other machinery including skid steers, forklifts and scissor lifts.

Oversees and participates in the repair and maintenance of City facilities, equipment and property.

Assists in and promotes good relations while promoting programs and events to diverse populations, attracting local community use and out of town guests use of facilities.

Assists with collection of fees and ensuring money handling and purchasing procedures are in compliance with City policies and procedures.

Oversees and participates in assembling and disassembling various equipment.

Oversees and participates in inspection of facilities, equipment and program activities for safety and cleanliness.

Works with Hatbox Field Manager to recruit and enlist volunteers and support staff for programs and community events.

Oversees and participates in compliance with City policies and procedures.

Prepares work orders for special maintenance needs and supplies.

Operates telephone and email to answer, screen and forward calls and communications to provide information as necessary and required.

Operates office equipment such as fax machines, copiers, phone systems and uses computer for spreadsheets, word processing, database management and other applications; learns to operate new office technologies as developed and implemented.

Performs other work as necessary and or as assigned.

Must report to work on a regular and timely basis.

The duties listed above are intended only as illustrations of the various types of work that may be performed. The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from the position.


The Hatbox Field Maintenance Leader I reports directly to the Hatbox Field Manager of the Parks and Recreation Department-Recreation Division.

The Hatbo x Field Maintenance Leader I is normally assigned to direct the work of the Hatbox Field Maintenance Worker I and may help lead part-time, temporary and volunteer staff scheduled to assist with event and facility operations.


Training and Experience: High school diploma or equivalent and three (3) years of experience as a trades helper or maintenance laborer in any of the construction and maintenance trades, preferably including some work experience involving the op