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Arborist I - Public Works/Forestry

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City of Topeka, KS

Topeka, KS

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Arborist I - Public Works/Forestry


Public Works/Forestry


Topeka, KS


This position operates a variety of equipment including aerial trucks, wood chippers, chain saws and dump trucks for the purpose of tree maintenance. Prunes and removes trees using bucket trucks or rope and saddle and performs related tree care activities.

Position hours: Monday through Friday, 7:00 a.m.–3:30 p.m.

Minimum qualifications: High school diploma or equivalent. Must have one (1) year of related experience. One (1) year of operating tree care related equipment and one (1) year of direct arboriculture experience preferred. Must be able to work in an aerial truck at heights in excess of sixty (60) feet. Must have and maintain a valid Kansas driver’s license and a City insurable driving record and must have or be able to obtain a class B CDL with air brake certification within six (6) months of hire date.

Grade K10 / Step 1 = $14.73 per hour.

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The City of Topeka is an Equal Opportunity Employer


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The City Clerk’s office provides services that connect citizens to their government and maintains the recorded history of city government actions. The City Clerk’s office records, transcribes and distributes minutes of City Council meetings, processes special assessments, records deeds and easements, updates and maintains the Topeka Municipal Code Book, issues business and special event licenses, and provides notarization services. The City Clerk's Office assists the Governing Body in performing their legislative function by providing advance notice of all public meetings and coordinating citizen public comment at City Council meetings, providing public access to City Council agendas and all legislation proposed or adopted by the Governing Body to promote transparency and accountability in city government. The City Clerk serves as the official record custodian of city records and is responsible for compliance of the Kansas Open Records Act by conducting research and providing information and copies of official city records for staff and citizens. The City Clerk administers the City of Topeka Record Retention Policy and Schedule and serves under the administrative direction of the City Manager.

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