Lake Mead Fleet Volunteer

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ORGANIZATION: National Park Service

The primary volunteer duties are to conduct monthly vehicle inspections, ensure that vehicles are clean inside and out, correct minor repairs, transport vehicles to repair shops, fuel vehicles, and complete necessary paperwork for each vehicle.

Volunteer will drive a government vehicle to perform all duties as described. Volunteer driver must comply with all laws and rules of the road. No smoking in vehicles or using a cell phone while operating a motor vehicle is allowed. Volunteer will follow all laws pertaining to driving and will meet all DOI/NPS policies and regulations. Volunteer will use proper speed for the conditions he/she is driving on. Volunteer understands that they cannot use government property such as the vehicle for personal use.

Monthly Vehicle Inspection and car wash: The volunteer will conduct a safety inspection on every vehicle in the prescribed fleet which includes checking fluid levels and tire pressure. Volunteer will utilize a safety check list to inspect the vehicle and document the vehicles condition. If a deficiency is identified, the volunteer will correct the item or notify the supervisor. If a vehicle has work tools in the bed of the truck, volunteer will vacuum the vehicle, clean windows and pressure wash the outside/under carriage of the vehicle.

Fleet maintenance: Volunteer will correct any identified mechanical problem or deficiency. The volunteer will be trained in how to handle a variety of vehicle issues such as contacting GSA for permission to have a deficiency corrected, how to purchase fuel for the vehicle. Volunteer may charge batteries, fill fluid, change tire, smog checks, recalls, and turn in/pick up a vehicle for replacement or acquisition to the fleet.

Administrative duties: The volunteer will document each safety inspection, update the vehicle’s maintenance log, and complete any other paperwork required.

Other Duties: Light Grounds Work: Volunteer will pick up plant debris by bending over and picking it up or using trash pickers. Volunteer will also bend, stoop, squat, and crouch to pick-up plant debris, facility equipment and supplies; volunteer will hand-pull to remove weeds. Hand-pulling involves bending, stooping, crouch, or squatting and plucking the weed from the soil. The volunteer will then bend, crouch, stoop, or squat to dispose of the weed. Light Maintenance: Volunteer will assist with light maintenance work around the Resource Management Warehouse complex. Duties may include sweeping and raking.

Start Date - 2024-09-30

End Date - 2025-04-30

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The National Park Service preserves unimpaired the natural and cultural resources and values of the National Park System for the enjoyment, education, and inspiration of this and future generations. The Park Service cooperates with partners to extend the benefits of natural and cultural resource conservation and outdoor recreation throughout this country and the world.


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