|Title||Temporary – Landscape Tech|
|Categories||Classified Career Postings|
|Employee Type||Temporary Classified Non-Benefit Eligible|
|Department||Facilities Operations & Maintenance Dept.|
This recruitment is to establish a pool of temporary staff to be scheduled as needed and based on the business needs in Landscape Services.
Under supervision, to do a variety of work such as routine gardening, weeding, general landscaping and grounds maintenance (includes mowing, etc.); may be called upon to instruct, lead, or supervise other temporary workers; operate and maintain related equipment; perform other related work.
At least six months or one season performing related work. Home yard work is not qualifying experience unless it is for a very large and detailed landscape/grounds; OR any equivalent combination of experience, training and/or education approved by the Division of Human Resources.
$7.25 to $10.00 per hour. Does not include benefits. Working duration 4.5 months working 40 hours per week (<29 hours per week for student employees). Typical schedule is 6am – 2:30pm during summer months, 7am – 3:30pm in winter months, though this may change as needed.
Send resumes to FOMHR@boisestate.edu and include “Landscape Technician” in the subject line.
Qualified employees are encouraged to apply for this position, and priority consideration will be given to internal candidates.
|Close Date||Open until filled|
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