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Coordinator Site Development – Grounds Maintenance

Gwinnett County Public Schools seeking full time Coordinator Site Development-Grounds Maintenance.  High school diploma or equivalent required.  Bachelors Degree in related field preferred.  Working knowledge of grounds, construction, site development and grounds maintenance.  Five years in construction and/or site work and two years as a supervisor required.  Provides direct supervision to multiple site development projects.  Provides the field engineering and survey work necessary to perform work on multiple site development projects.  Resolve any conflicts and/or problems that may arise.  Modify the scope of work to best fit the existing conditions.  Develop detailed plans and cost estimates for proposed site development projects.  Review invoices and contractor pay requests.  Salary range – $54,177 - $81,257.

Apply online at GCPS website to Job ID 53626




About GCPS

Gwinnett County Public Schools, located in the metro Atlanta area, is the largest school system in Georgia and continues to grow. As a school system of choice, the finest teachers, involved parents, and a supportive community are key elements in the district's quest to become a system of world-class schools. In 2017-18, the school district is serving approximately 180,000 students. One of every five Gwinnett County residents is a GCPS student.




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About Gwinnett County Public Schools

The Gwinnett Neighborhood Leadership Institute is designed to train community residents to be more informed, involved and active community leaders. GNLI 's goal is to select program participants that represent the diversity of Gwinnett County in terms of age, ethnicity, gender, geography, economics and occupation. Program acceptance is based on a sincere desire and commitment in serving the community. Graduates are expected to use their increased knowledge and skills to identify and address community issues. Diversity is pivotal to the success of GNLI. Participants range in age from 18 to over 80. Some students are lifelong residents of the county, while others are newcomers. Class make-up represents the population and diversity in Gwinnett. Students are located demographically countywide. Student occupations include corporate executives, stay-at-home moms to retirees. They work and volunteer within the public, private and nonprofit sectors. The sessions are offered one Saturday a month to accommodate ones occupational responsibilities. Volunteer Efforts: Students and alumni approach community service from a wide variety of interests. They are involved with local churches, little leagues, schools, hospitals, domestic violence shelters, homeless shelters, scout troops, senior centers, and homeowners associations. They are members of local and county boards, committees and task forces throughout the community and serve as part of the decision-making processes in the county. Time and expertise are given to organizations like: Teen Programs, Gwinnett Safe Kids, NAACP, 100 Black Men, National Council of Negro Women, Latin American Association, Hispanic Advisory Board, Habitat for Humanity, League of Women Voters, Junior League, Kiwanis Club, Jaycees, Chamber of Commerce, Parks and Recreation, DFCS, Gwinnett Humane Society, AID Gwinnett, Leukemia Society, Easter Seals, local food pantry cooperatives, Family Resource Centers, Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA), juvenile courts and many more. Why Participate in GNLI?: The range of interests among students and alumni reflect the concerns of community residents as a whole. Among them are: Addressing growth development and zoning issues, helping our youth succeed in school and find meaningful and wholesome activities after school; preventing violence and crime; environmental, removing transportation barriers for seniors, youth, low-income parents and workers; building cross-cultural understanding; bridging the gap between citizens and their government; providing opportunities for seniors and youth to take an active and involved role in their communities.