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The employee must perform this job successfully and the individual must be able to execute each requirement satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability need for the position.

 The employee will work harmoniously with others and communicate effectively (both orally and in writing) with students, parents, staff, and the general public.

  • The employee will understand and follow oral and written instructions with limited supervision.
  • The employee will work on school grounds and fields with a minimum of supervision
  • The employee will have knowledge of the operation of power equipment such as large and small mowers, light trucks, sprayers, hedge shears, and provide maintenance of same.
  • The employee will have knowledge to establish and maintain the turf of lawns and athletic fields and to landscape.
  • The employee will have knowledge of the application, storage, and safe use of all fertilizers and non-restricted pesticides.
  • The employee will be familiar with handling and disposal of hazardous materials, safety requirements for working around asbestos and electrical equipment, and the use of personal protective equipment.
  • The employee will have knowledge of irrigation systems and repairs.
  • The employee will have knowledge of security systems (electronic and key locks).
  • The employee will perform physical requirements that may include:
    • moderate to extensive degree of physical stamina and frequent lifting up to 50 lbs. and occasional lifting up to 100 lbs.
    • frequent and prolonged standing, walking and bending.
    • frequent and prolonged use of extremities overhead.
    • exposure to chemicals, dirt, chalk, liquid chalk, noise, odors, and the possibility of electrical shock.
    • operating tractors, mowers, dump truck, district vehicles, forklift, power tools, etc.
    • climbing ladders, stretching, bending, and attaining heights for gutter, roof, electrical repairs, etc.
    • possible exposure to bodily fluids when cleaning due to student illness or injury (must inform supervisor).
  • The employee will demonstrate standards of moral character and behavior to serve as an effective role model for students.
  • The employee will care for all lawn areas including athletic fields by watering, mowing, seeding, fertilizing, and spraying as needed.
  • The employee will prepare and mark athletic fields for appropriate activities as prescribed by responsible administrator/supervisor.
  • The employer will care for hedges, shrubs, and trees, including pruning, trimming, and disease and pest control.
  • The employee will plant seeds, bulbs, and annuals as needed and provide care for them throughout their growing season.
  • The employee will respond to any maintenance emergency that arises (i.e. plumbing problems, broken windows, locks, doors, vandalism repairs, etc.) and notify supervisor.
  • The employee will maintain repair of equipment including responsibility for all grounds-related equipment.
  • The employee will maintain the district warehouse supplies.
  • The employee will install fences, lay pipe, dig ditches, move bleachers, and haul rubbish.
  • The employee will assist with snow and ice removal from sidewalks, entryways, and driveways and spread sand or salt to prevent slipping.
  • The employee will maintain a high level of ethical behavior and confidentiality of information about students and staff.
  • The employee will participate in in-service programs as assigned.
  • The employee will act as a friendly ambassador for the district.
  • The employee will maintain satisfactory attendance, as defined in District policy.
  • The employee will perform such other duties as assigned by the Board, the Administration, and/or the Director of Building and Grounds.


High School Diploma or equivalent; grounds/landscaping work experience preferred; statement of good physical condition to perform duties 



Competitive starting wage with full-time benefits; collective bargaining agreement available at https://core-docs.s3.amazonaws.com/documents/asset/uploaded_file/1047473/final_esp_contract_2019-2013.pdf

Additional Notes

Limestone Community High School provides a comprehensive educational program that emphasizes 21st Century skills to ensure student success.  Curricular offerings are reviewed annually to meet the needs of the ever-changing job market.  Limestone is located just southwest of Peoria, home of Bradley University, OSF St. Francis and Children's Hospital of Illinois, and the Peoria Chiefs as well as many dining and entertainment experiences. This current position is a full-time, permanent one.

How to Apply

Send or email letter of interest, District #310 non-certified staff application, resume, any transcripts, and two letters of recommendation to Mr. Brandon Bell, Director of Buildings and Grounds, Limestone Community High School, bbell@limestone310.org or 4201 S. Airport Road, Bartonville, IL 61607. Non-certified staff application is available on the Limestone Community High School website.

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