Facility Attendant II Job at Benicia, Solano County, California

Facility Attendant II

City of Benicia , California

Job Information 


Parks & Community Services

Mid Level


$17.20 - $20.91 Hourly

Application Deadline 

Open until filled

No Application Deadline

Recruitment Type 

Open Competitive


OPEN UNTIL FILLED.....so please do not wait to apply.  First review of applications will be scheduled for April 15, 2021.

Supervises the use of City facilities, set up City facilities and equipment, maintain facilities and equipment and follow written and oral instructions. This is a temporary Part-time position. The successful candidate would be required to work variable hours and days, depending on the date and times that City facilities are reserved by the public and local organizational groups. Hours can vary from 0 to 25 hours per week. Most hours would be in the evening or weekends.

 Distinguishing Characteristics:
Hours: Typical work schedule: Varies, possible weekday days and evenings, and holidays may be required. (Approximately 4 - 25 hours per week)
 Representative Duties / Qualifications:
Examples of duties include, but are not limited to:
  • Providing assistance and information to building users.
  • Meeting and greeting facility users.
  • Performing facility check-in and/or checkout as needed.
  • Informing facility users of City policies and procedures pertaining to their use, and insuring that users are in compliance.
  • Perform minor clean up or repairs as needed or necessary.
  • Perform inspections of facilities to insure safety and cleanliness.
  • Insure facility users adhere to and/or fulfill facility use requirements.
  • Set up and break down City equipment.
  • Maintain professional, courteous behavior toward co-workers, members of the public and all other contacted in the course of work.
  • Resolve customer questions and complaints
  • Drive vehicle to work sites
  • Perform related duties as assigned by supervisor in area of assignment.
Knowledge and Abilities:  Ability to coordinate and direct the activities and events held at recreational facilities and other City facilities; identify problems in event or facility planning and recommend solutions; operate a variety of sound, lighting and electronic equipment, including alarm systems; provide information to the general public, special event promoters and producers, and service personnel; and provide general direction regarding operation of all City facilities, buildings, parks and grounds. Knowledge of the janitorial and light maintenance practices, methods, and procedures.  Adequate skill in operation of motor vehicles.  Ability to establish and maintain courteous, effective public relations and to work harmoniously and effectively alone or with others.  Knowledge of safety practices and procedures used in janitorial and light maintenance work.  Ability to understand oral and written instructions and to maintain routine logs, time cards, and forms.  

Minimum Qualifications
Education and Experience:  Education equivalent to graduation from high school.  Must be a minimum of 18 years of age, have prior work experience and have possession of a current Class C California driver's license.  Must be available to work nights/weekends/holidays as needed.  Spanish speaking ability desirable. Ability to understand and carry out written and verbal instructions able to read and understand cleaning and set-up schedules. Applicant must be personable and able to deal effectively and courteously with the public.

Equivalent to one year of paid or volunteer work in an entry-level position in customer service, recreation or community service program, is desired.
The following experience is desired:
• Working with the public

 Supplemental Information:
Supplemental Information

All work activities are performed in or outside a public facility. Must be able to see and hear, read and write legibly, sit and stand for long periods of time; possess an audible voice for communication; and able to lift objects up to 40 pounds and move items such as tables, chairs and room partitions.
All part-time positions are "at will" and therefore continuation of employment is subject to availability of funding, determination of need for services and method to provide services, at sole discretion of the City. Part-time employees are not eligible for fringe benefits provided to full-time employees of the City.


The following supplemental questionnaire is part of the examination process and is used to help evaluate qualifications for the position. Applicants must fully complete the application for employment (prefer online applications through NEOGOV using the following web address:


However, if you need to submit a paper application, you can do so at: City of Benicia Human Resources Department  250 East L Street Benicia, CA 94510 and also respond to the required supplemental questions. Incomplete applications will not be eligible for further consideration.


Upon hire, the successful candidate/s will be required to provide documents of proof of eligibility to be employed in the United States.

Employment is contingent upon you successfully passing a drug screen and background check (fingerprints).

If due to a disability, you need accommodations at any point during the application or testing process, please contact the Human Resources Department at (707) 746-4766.


250 E L St

Benicia, CA 94510