Position Summary/General Description:
A Track Laborer III reports directly to the Track Supervisor. The incumbent is responsible for driving the septic pump truck including transporting, loading, and unloading non-hazardous septic wastes.
- Adhere to Ellis Entertainments, LLC (Ellis) Core Values and Policies & Procedures.
- Act as a role model within and outside the gaming and racing facility.
- Maintain a positive and respectful attitude toward customers and co-workers.
- Consistently reports to work on time prepared to perform duties of position.
Essential Duties & Responsibilities:
- Knowledgeable of Safety Rules and operates the commercial truck and haul non-hazardous septic wastes to approved unloading facilities.
- Ability to self-motivate and have the ability to work unsupervised.
- Maintains the cleanliness and inspect septic tanks, grease traps and other septic system components.
- Responsible for inspecting septic truck before and after trip.
- Work collaboratively with the Track Supervisor with keeping the track watered and maintained.
- Assist with move and install Horse track railing.
- Assist with picking up and maintain all manure pits.
- Assist with general maintenance on property. (i.e., painting, cleans light fixtures and replace light bulbs, etc.)
- Build relationships and loyalty with guests through sincere and meaningful interactions (e.g. learn guests’ names and preferences: connect with them individually and professionally; smile; make eye contact and verbally greet guests from arrival to the property through departure; and provide fast and friendly service to guests).
- Be a team player (e.g., work toward team goals and foster a collaborative and positive work environment; put the team first; assist coworkers; treat all coworkers with kindness, courtesy and respect; never engage negativity; maintain openness to coaching, learning an improving; receptive to change and willingness to embrace challenges with team-spirit.)
- At all times maintain a courteous, positive and professional working relationship with all personnel and the general public (e.g., coworkers, clients and vendors).
- Work under pressure; maintain regular and punctual attendance including working odd and unusual hours, weekends and holidays.
- Perform additional duties and responsibilities as necessary or assigned.
Education & Experience:
- High School diploma or GED preferred.
- Must have relevant work experience.
Licensing & Certification:
- Must be able to obtain and maintain a racing license through Kentucky Horse Racing Commission (KHRC).
- Must provide and maintain a valid Kentucky State CDL license.
Equipment and Machinery:
- Hand and power tools (e.g., hand drills, power saws, cutting tools, screwdrivers, hatchets, wrenches, measuring tape, hammer, and pliers).
- Operate vehicles and powered equipment, such as mowers, tractors, twin-axle vehicles, snow blowers, chain saws, electric clippers, power washers, sod cutters and pruning saws, etc.
- Be able to drive a vehicle with a manual transmission or have the aptitude to learn.
Essential Physical Requirements:
- Requires the ability to balance/climb, bend over, hear, stand, walk and drive 51-100% of the time.
- Requires the ability to crouch/stoop, kneel, reach overhead, talk, turn/twist and repetitive use of hands 25-50% of the time.
- Requires the ability to push/pull 1-25 lbs. 51-100% of the time; 25-50 lbs. 25-50% of the time; and 50+lbs. 1-24% of the time.
- Requires the ability to carry1-25 lbs. 51-100% of the time; 25-50 lbs. 25-50% of the time; and 50+lbs. 1-24% of the time.
- Requires the ability to lift 1-25 lbs. 51-100% of the time and 25-50+ lbs. 25-50% of the time.
- Requires the ability to slide/transfer 1-25 lbs. 25-50% of the time and 25-50+ lbs. 1-25% of the time
Essential Mental Demands:
- Requires the ability to solve problems, organize, and plan 51-100% of the time, and requires reading and writing 25-50% of the time.
Work Environment (inside/outside):
- This position works outdoors and operates a septic truck with moderate loud noise and occasional exposed to (e.g. fumes, gas, odors, dust, mists, airborne particles, toxic or caustic chemicals, hazardous waste, heights, cramped quarters, oil, cold and warm temperatures, rain, snow, sleet, ice, grease and dirt).