City of Petaluma
Petaluma, CA, USA
DIRECTOR OF COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT CITY OF PETALUMA, CALIFORNIA
Salary: $159,889 - $207,480 DOE/DOQ
The City of Petaluma seeks a dynamic and knowledgeable Director of Community Development (Director) to lead the Community Development Department and be a key member of the City’s Executive Management Team. In addition to overseeing the Planning, Building, Code Enforcement, and Housing Divisions, the City is looking for someone who is eager to gain experience in the City Manager’s Office. The Director will build and shape this newly centralized department and will oversee 11 staff and a budget of approximately $6 million.
As the Director of a new department, you will:
Build a Planning Division alongside the consultant team that has managed planning work since 2009.
Bring Code Enforcement into the new department from the Police Department.
Incorporate both the Building and Housing Divisions into a cohesive department.
Inspire a positive work culture.
Build a team that values customer service.
Oversee all department policies, operations, administration, and staff recruitments.
The ideal candidate should bring several years of experience in city planning, along with public and business administration. This candidate will have an ability to understand current planning and process details, the nuances of meeting the community and developers’ needs, and interpret local, state, and federal building and zoning codes, regulations, and laws to make effective decisions. These winning technical strengths combined with the ability to communicate effectively, demonstrate emotional intelligence and political savvy, and a desire to improve the customer service experience will ensure efficient management of the day-to-day department and staff needs. If you want to shape the future of the Community Development Department and bring your innovative ideas to fruition, apply today!
See the full recruitment brochure: https://indd.adobe.com/view/9155ea46-57d5-4206-89d3-e4b943e5e810
THE JOB / THE IDEAL CANDIDATE
The Director of Community Development will oversee the Community Development Department and directly collaborate with the Department’s 11 staff, City Manager, and other department directors. They will provide their team with strong direction about objectives, policies, and priorities of the Department. The Director will be fiscally savvy, as they are responsible for developing the Capital Improvement Program budget along with the Department’s $6 million budget. Serving as a consultant on community development issues is an integral part of this role, as is working directly with community stakeholders. The Director will evaluate land-use proposals, ensure compliance with building codes, and oversee other technical aspects of this Department. They will have strong public speaking skills, giving many presentations to City Council, Planning Commission, Historic and Cultural Preservation Committee, Public Art Committee, and a variety of boards and commissions. It is important that the Director manages simultaneous projects while delegating priorities to their team.
The ideal candidate will be a professional, dedicated, and enthusiastic leader. They will see challenges as opportunities for improvement and champion innovation and risk taking in staff. They have a solid understanding of zoning, planning, environmental, and development regulations. The Director will put in place cutting-edge planning strategies, work with experts in the field, and create an inclusive and collaborative Department culture. The Director will also ensure their team builds trust with the community, inspires creative thinking, and makes planning decisions that are fair, educated, and well-informed.
Any combination equivalent to the education and experience likely to provide the required knowledge and abilities would be qualifying. A typical way to gain such knowledge and abilities is described below:
A Bachelor's degree with major course work in planning, public administration, business administration, or a field related to the essential functions of this position. A Master’s degree with major coursework in a related field is desirable.
Seven years of progressively responsible, professional public sector experience in city planning, including three years in a supervisory capacity.
Possession of a valid California Class C driver’s license.
AICP (American Institute of Certified Planners) Certification is desirable.
May require attendance at meetings, conferences, and seminars during work and non-work
SALARY & BENEFITS: An annual salary of $159,889 - $207,480 and an attractive benefits package
HOW TO APPLY
For first consideration, apply by September 14, 2022, by completing an application and attaching your cover letter and resume at wbcpinc.com/job-board/
Save the Dates:
Interviews will be virtual via Zoom and take place on October 5 & 7 . Selected candidates must be available for these dates.
Questions? Please contact your recruiter, Sam Sackman, with any inquiries.
CITY OF SEDONA, AZ
Sedona, AZ, US
Come join our team and work in beautiful Sedona! The City of Sedona is now accepting applications for part-time Community Services Aides . This part-time position works under the direction of the Sedona Police Department and actively supports and assists with maintaining traffic management in the Sedona Uptown district and other areas assigned. The position will primarily work on weekends, holidays, and during periods of high traffic volumes. Also performs a variety of duties including enforcing the City of Sedona parking ordinances; coordinates community engagement initiatives as assigned, in addition to activities with other city departments and outside agencies, and performs related work as required. JOB FUNCTIONS 1. Performs traffic and pedestrian management in Uptown area, at special events, and other areas of the city. 2. Patrols assigned area on foot and/or in a vehicle to enforce parking and related traffic ordinances. 3. Investigates reports and complaints regarding parking violations. 4. Issues warning and citations for failure to comply with pertinent parking ordinances. 5. Prepares and maintains records and reports on violations and actions including a daily log of activities. 6. Appears, testifies and presents evidence in court as required by summons and/or subpoena. 7. Promotes community relations by routinely communicating with merchants, citizens and tourists. 8. Coordinates community engagement initiatives as assigned. 9. Assists, as needed, with other City of Sedona Departments at the direction of Shift Supervisor. 10. Adheres to safe work practices and procedures. QUALIFICATIONS Knowledge of or ability to acquire within the probationary period: Ability to learn and retain applicable state and city laws, ordinances, codes and regulations. Knowledge of Uptown business district including streets and parking facilities. Ability to patrol city streets and issue citations in a manner that promotes positive interaction with merchants, citizens and visitors. Establish and maintain cooperative work relationships with those contacted in the course of work including City staff and the general public. Ability to operate motor vehicles in a safe manner. Ability to respond to request and inquiries from the general public. Ability to work effectively in the absence of supervision. Ability to understand and follow oral and written instructions. Ability to communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing. Knowledge of equipment and tools used in parking enforcement. Knowledge of public relations principles and techniques. Knowledge of occupational hazards and standard safety practices. PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS Ability to perform moderate physical work and to lift and carry up 25 pounds regularly and occasionally 50 pounds. Ability to stand, climb, kneel, twist, ride, pinch, pick, reach, graph, walk, sit, bend, crawl, push, pull and perform a variety of similar body movements. Possess hand/eye/foot coordination adequate to use personal protective devices, office equipment and computer and operate an automobile and bicycle. Ability to see and read instructions, codes, regulations, ownership documents and characters on a computer screen and to observe parking violations. Ability to work in a variety of weather conditions. Ability to stand, walk, bend or squat for long periods of time. Develop, implement and administer goals, objectives and procedures. Maintain effective audio/visual discrimination and perception to the degree necessary for the successful performance of assigned duties. Maintain physical condition appropriate to the performance of assigned duties and responsibilities. EXPERIENCE Any combination of education and experience equivalent to a high school diploma or general education degree (GED), experience in a customer service related field desirable. LICENSE Possession of an appropriate valid Arizona driver's license. BACKGROUND CHECK Ability to pass an extensive background check. WORKING CONDITIONS Environmental Conditions: Possible exposure to traffic noise, blowing dust, vehicle fumes and inclement weather. HOW TO APPLY To apply for this job opportunity, please click here . BENEFITS This part-time position does not include health insurance, vacation or flex time benefits. However, Arizona State Retirement benefits may be activated if the employee is hired to work more than twenty hours per week. CONTACT INFORMATION firstname.lastname@example.org The City of Sedona is committed to the principle of equal employment opportunity for all employees and to providing employees with a work environment free of discrimination and harassment. All employment decisions at the City are based on business needs; job requirements; individual qualifications, without regard to race, color, religion or belief, national, social or ethnic origin, age, physical, mental or sensory disability, HIV status, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, marital, civil union or domestic partnership status; past or present military service; or any other status protected by law or regulation. Closing Date/Time:
City of Portland, Oregon
Portland, Oregon, United States
The Position The Portland Bureau of Transportation invites applications for a SmartTrips Program Associate (Community Service Aide II)! The Portland Bureau of Transportation's Active Transportation and Safety (ATS) Division is seeking a new temporary team member to support our Transportation Demand Management (TDM) programs. CSA positions are for professionals looking to broaden their skills and gain experience working in the public sector. This position has a primary goal of delivering excellent customer service to community members participating in PBOT's active transportation programs, the primary one being SmartTrips. SmartTrips is an individualized marketing program that has a goal of providing transportation options information and incentives to community members citywide. Goals of this CSA position: To acquire and/or sharpen essential skills in customer service, event planning and execution, marketing and communications, active transportation encouragement strategies, and community outreach. To connect transportation resources and education directly to Portland community members through events and programs. What you'll get to do: Provide customer service through phone or email Prepare information packets for mailing Assist with delivery of printed materials to local organizations Perform administrative tasks related to transportation campaigns that encourage usage of climate-friendly modes of transportation CSAs may also be asked to complete tasks that are similar to their primary duties but take place in adjacent programs within the Active Transportation and Safety Division such as Transportation Wallet in Affordable Housing, Sunday Parkways, Safe Routes to School, Vision Zero, or BIKETOWN. Successful candidates should include details in their application about their interest and knowledge of climate-friendly modes of transportation. Position Details: Work schedule: Part-time, 25 hours/week. Flexible schedule with some weekend or evenings required with advance notice. Work location: This position requires working onsite at the Portland Building. Remote work may be available for part of the time. Start date: October 2022 (1 year duration) This is a casual Community Service Aide position limited to maximum of 1,400 hours worked in a calendar year. This position is not benefits eligible. About the team: The Active Transportation and Safety (ATS) Division is located within PBOT's Policy, Planning and Projects group. The Division works to increase the number of people walking, bicycling, and taking transit; community-facing programs are central to this goal. All ATS programs are grounded in equity and seek to advance PBOT's work to become an inclusive, anti-racist organization. City of Portland Core Values: Anti-racism | Communication | Collaboration | Equity | Transparency | Fiscal Responsibility These values guide our actions as we serve the community and engage our workforce. To learn more about the City's core values, please click here . Why work at the City of Portland? The City of Portland serves a population of over 650,000. Culture and solutions are our focus. We view every challenge as an opportunity to learn, improve, and share our experience. We are committed to removing barriers to resources, access, and opportunity. The City is a believer in all people and continues to actively recruit and retain diverse top talent every day. If you are open-minded, interested, community-focused, and self-aware, please apply yourself at the City of Portland today. COVID-19 Vaccine Requirement As of October 18, 2021, all City employees must be fully vaccinated for COVID-19. This is required for all positions at the City of Portland. Proof of being fully vaccinated is required by date of hire. You may request an exception , for health or religious reasons, from getting the COVID-19 vaccine at the time a position is offered. To Qualify The following minimum qualifications are required for this position: Experience using Microsoft Excel, Word, and Outlook, or other similar software. Ability to organize work and manage time to keep track of tasks. Ability to communicate with internal and external customers in a professional and courteous manner, both verbally and in writing. Ability to work independently and as a member of a team. Applicants also must possess: Must be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 per City/State mandate or have an approved exception by date of hire. The Recruitment Process An evaluation of each applicant's training and experience, as demonstrated in their resume and answers to the supplemental questions, weighted 100%. Do not attach materials not requested . Only candidates who meet the minimum qualifications will be placed on the equally ranked eligible list. You have 14 days from the notice of the examination results to let us know if you disagree with your results. Please read the City of Portland Administrative Rule 3.01 for complete information. Please note: the eligible list generated from this recruitment may fill future vacancies. Job Closes: 9/12/22 Minimum Qualifications Reviewed: Week of 9/12/22 Eligible List Established: Week of 9/19/22 Interviews Begin: Week of 10/3/22 Start Date: 10/26/22 *Timeline is approximate and subject to change. Application Instructions Applicants must submit a professional resume and responses to the supplemental questions online, specifically focused on your qualifications for this position as identified in the "To Qualify" section of this announcement in accordance with the following Application Instructions: Your résumé and responses to the supplemental questions will be the basis for our evaluation of your qualifications for this position. Incomplete or inappropriate information may result in disqualification. Your responses to the supplemental questions should include details describing your education, training and/or experience, and where obtained which clearly reflects your qualifications for each of the numbered items in the "To Qualify" section of this announcement. Your resume should support the details described in your responses to the supplemental questions. If you are requesting Veteran's Preference, as identified below, please describe in your responses to the supplemental questions and resume any transferrable skills obtained during your military service and how they relate to each of the required minimum qualifications under the "To Qualify" section above. Please note, all completed applications for this position must be submitted no later than on the closing date and time of this recruitment. All applications must be submitted via the City's online application process. Do not attach materials not requested. E-mailed and/or faxed applications will not be accepted. Additional Information Work Status: Non-citizen applicants must be authorized to work in the United States at the time of application. Veterans' Preference: If you are requesting Veterans' Preference, attach a copy of your DD214/DD215 and/or Veterans Administration letter stating your disability to your profile, as well as check the box identifying yourself as a Veteran. You must request Veterans' Preference AND include a copy of your documentation for each recruitment to which you apply. Veterans' Preference documentation must be submitted no later than 11:59 PM on the closing date of this recruitment. ADA, Pregnancy, and Religious Accommodations: If you identify as a person with a disability, are pregnant or nursing, or observe a religious practice(s), and would like to request a reasonable accommodation when applying for this job, please contact the Recruiter below for assistance. Equal Employment Opportunity: It is the policy of the City of Portland that no person shall be discriminated against based on race, religion, color, sex, marital status, family status, national origin, age, mental or physical disability, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or source of income. The City values diversity and encourages everyone who is interested in employment with the City to apply. Language Pay Differential: City of Portland employees who speak one or more languages in addition to English, may be eligible to receive a "language pay differential." This is compensation for qualifying multilingual City employees who use their language skills to assist the community. More about the language pay differential can be found here. Did you know? The City of Portland offers How to Apply Classes that are free and review best practices for applying to the City. Follow the link for the most recent list of scheduled dates: https://www.portland.gov/bhr/events . Contact Information Tamela Ressler, Recruiter Bureau of Human Resources Tamela.Ressler@portlandoregon.gov An Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer Closing Date/Time: 9/12/2022 11:59 PM Pacific
CITY OF HAYWARD, CA
Hayward, CA, United States
Description COVID POLICY: The City of Hayward has adopted a mandatory COVID-19 vaccination policy for all new employees issued formal offers of employment on or after February 1, 2022. Under this policy, proof of full vaccination is required as a condition of initial and continued employment with the City unless the employee has applied for an exemption and is awaiting the City's response or has been granted an exemption, or unless stricter State or Federal legal requirements apply. If offered employment, you will receive instructions regarding how to provide verification of vaccination or how to apply for an exemption, which will be required prior to your start date. You may read the full policy here: COVID-19 Vaccine and Testing Mandate Deadline to Apply: Next Review September 22, 2022; Open Until Filled THE POSITION The City of Hayward is excited to announce its recruitment for the position of Economic Development Specialist. The City and its leadership place a high priority on encouraging new businesses to move to Hayward, expanding retail offerings for the Hayward community, preserving a healthy industrial base, and strengthening its diverse economy. This opening offers a unique opportunity for a talented individual to create and launch new economic development programs. In addition to business attraction, retention and expansion tasks, the selected candidate will have a major role in the design and implementation of a suite of post-COVID economic recovery initiatives. Expected projects shall include execution of: 1) "Restaurant Relaunch" - a program that provides eating and drinking places access to city-funded architectural design services and grants or loans to upgrade the interior and exterior of businesses to adapt to COVID trends and attract customers. 2) "Get Digital" - a program designed connect small businesses with technical assistance providers to modernize operations including website design, e-commerce store fronts and social media marketing. DIVISION The Economic Development Division is responsible for creating and supporting a positive climate for businesses in the Hayward community. The Division proactively works the business and development community for retention, expansion, and attraction of businesses to the community. In addition, the Division works to improve the image of Hayward through a variety of community focused activities and events. DEFINITION To perform professional level assignments in economic development research, design, implementation, and monitoring of programs encouraging economic development in the City of Hayward. Essential Duties Duties may include but are not limited to the following: Assists in the design and implementation of economic development strategies and programs related to business attraction, business expansion, and retention. Duties can involve research, writing, presenting staff reports, project management, data collection and analysis, visits to local businesses and facilitating business prospects. Update existing city economic development data, and develop efficient methods of maintaining current, needed data on real estate trends, employment/training efforts and related issues. Conduct marketing of the City's available economic development programs. Works closely with other City departments to facilitate permit processing of economic development projects. Plans and implements marketing and promotion of City programs, and assists in the management of related budgets. Coordinates the City's economic development activities and efforts with those of other public and private sector agents and community groups. Acts as a City liaison and discusses issues concerning economic development, business financing and employment generation with representatives of professional and employer groups, the financial community, community organizations and individuals. Attends tradeshows and conferences to generate interest in the City. Prepares written and oral reports for boards, trade associations and City leaders. Responds orally and in writing to inquiries and provides information for the public on services and programs. Coordinates the preparation/implementation of economic development programs, special projects and events. Counsel small-business owners on ways to improve profitability and the appropriateness of real estate acquisition. Analyzes proposed commercial and/or industrial projects requiring City assistance or approval for their financial feasibility and potential impact on commercial development. May assist applicants with loan packaging for SBA or other loans. May assist in the preparation and submission of proposals for funding economic development activities. Performs other related duties as assigned. JOB RELATED AND ESSENTIAL QUALIFICATIONS Knowledge of: Technical assistance techniques used in addressing such issues as economic development strategy and program formation, commercial revitalization, business attraction and retention, and incentives such as loans and grants. The real estate and business entitlement and development process. Methods and sources used in analyzing local economic trends and industry trends, as well as principles and practices of demographic research and analysis. Modern marketing and communication practices; promotional events planning. Writing and editing techniques for a variety of audiences. Business and financial instruments and concepts relative to loan packaging. Federal, state, and other resources for economic development and business assistance. Ability to: Plan, organize and implement a comprehensive economic development program, including a proactive outreach and communication program which projects the image of the community. Organize work, set priorities and exercise sound independent judgment within established guidelines, including using creative ways to solve issues. Work effectively with business leaders, financial institutions, citizen groups and staff in interdepartmental and diverse team environments. Interpret and apply complex rules, regulations, laws and ordinances. Effectively communicate both orally and in writing fundamental technical information to the business community and general public. Use financial analysis techniques to determine fiscal impacts of economic development efforts. Communicate clearly and concisely, orally and in writing. Minimum Qualifications EXPERIENCE AND EDUCATION Any combination equivalent to experience and education that could likely provide the required knowledge and abilities would be qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be: Experience: Three (3) years of recent progressively responsible professional experience, two (2) of which include journey level duties in public economic development planning, business administration, or business management, including specific experience in financial analysis. Education : Equivalent to a Bachelor's Degree in Planning, Economics, Business Administration, or a closely related field. Graduate degree in an appropriate field may be substituted for one year of experience. Licenses and Certifications : Possession and maintenance of a valid Class C California Driver's License. Supplemental Information PROBATIONARY PERIOD : One (1) year SELECTION PROCEDURE COVID POLICY: The City of Hayward has adopted a mandatory COVID-19 vaccination policy for all new employees issued formal offers of employment on or after February 1, 2022. Under this policy, proof of full vaccination is required as a condition of initial and continued employment with the City unless the employee has applied for an exemption and is awaiting the City's response or has been granted an exemption, or unless stricter State or Federal legal requirements apply. If offered employment, you will receive instructions regarding how to provide verification of vaccination or how to apply for an exemption, which will be required prior to your start date. You may read the full policy here: COVID-19 Vaccine and Testing Mandate Candidates must submit a completed City of Hayward job application and responses to the Supplemental Questionnaire, which fully describe the nature of their professional experience and qualifications . Applications submitted without all required materials will not be considered. Based on the information provided, employment applications will be reviewed for minimum qualifications. Those best qualified may be invited to the next phase of the process, which may include an oral, practical, written examination and/or supplemental questionnaires reviewed by subject matter experts. The examination process will result in a ranked eligible register of candidates for hiring consideration by the department derived from any of the exam processes mentioned above. Actual hire depends on success in the departmental selection process. Candidates under final consideration for employment with the City should expect to undergo an employment background/reference check that may include, but is not limited to: employment history, medical evaluation, confirmation of educational credentials and degrees, licenses including driver's license, registrations, certificates, and other credentials as part of the appointment process. Some positions, depending on the nature of the work, also require a credit check and a review of Summary Criminal History obtained from the State Department of Justice through Live Scan Fingerprinting. Applicants will be notified electronically via Government Jobs as to their status in the selection process. It is the responsibility of the applicant to ensure they can receive email notice from Neogov/Government Jobs and the City of Hayward. APPLICATIONS Candidates are encouraged to apply online at www.hayward-ca.gov under the Current Vacancies tab or at www.GovernmentJobs.com. Paper applications can be obtained by visiting the Human Resources Department at Hayward City Hall located at 777 B Street, Hayward, CA 94541. Office hours are Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Apply prior to the closing time of the job announcement and allow at least one (1) hour to submit your application if you are a new user to the system. Our on-line application system is provided by Government Jobs. If you have problems while applying online, please contact the Government Jobs Help Desk at (855) 524-5627. The City of Hayward is an Equal Opportunity Employer Closing Date/Time: Continuous
City of Santa Monica
Santa Monica, California, United States
Job Summary Monitors and assists in the coordination and planning of community service program activities. Assists in promoting community involvement in recreational and cultural programs in the following program areas: Youth Cultural and Educational Enrichment; Youth Sports and Recreation; Community Sports; Senior and Therapeutic Recreation. The Community Services Program Specialist position resides in the Housing & Human Services Division. The current vacancy is a regular part-time position located at the Police Activities League (PAL) Youth Center. Please note that the eligibility list resulting from this recruitment will be used for future full-time, part-time and temporary positions. The job function for each position includes developing, implementing, and monitoring out of school time academic support and educational enrichment for elementary, middle and high school aged youth. It also introduces youth to college/universities/trade schools for post high school educational opportunities and assists in promoting community involvement in enrichment and cultural programs. Representative Duties (Note: Duties may vary depending on assignment) Assists in coordinating, implementing and overseeing various specialized community service activities, recreational programs and special events. Evaluates program delivery and needs; makes recommendations as appropriate. Assures proper set-up of facility and safety programs for participants in program activities. Prepares and maintains accurate program records for finances, publicity, attendance, supplies and other related reports. Assists with preparing and monitoring program budget and maintaining expenditures. Assists in the promotion and preparation of advertising of community service programs, recreational activities and events. Monitors programs activities within the community service program. Coordinates, monitors, secures and directs the proper and safe use of program facilities by participants and user groups. Coordinates program activities with other agencies and jurisdictions. Assists with the implementation of policies, procedures and fees for programs, activities, services and facilities. Responds to patron's needs for assistance or information. Administers basic first aid. Performs other related duties, as assigned. Minimum Qualifications Knowledge of: Principles and practices of general community service programs. Facility and program operations. Activity and events planning. First aid methods and safety precautions used in community service/recreation programs. Effective customer service techniques. Modern office practices, methods and computer equipment. Ability to: Assess the effectiveness of daily program activities and operations. Organize and implement small to medium scale events. Provide basic first aid. Prepare and maintain basic records. Provide effective customer service. Establish and maintain effective and cooperative working relationships with City employees and the public. Skill in: Dealing with program participants in a constructive and supportive manner. Communicating program needs effectively. Working cooperatively with others. Education, Training and Experience: High school graduation or equivalent. One year of recent, paid work experience planning, coordinating and implementing community service and/or recreational programs. Depending on job assignment, the one year of recent paid work experience must be in the area of speciality, i.e., Youth Cultural and Education Enrichment; Youth Sports and Recreation; Community Sports; Senior and Therapeutic Recreation. Bilingual skills may be required, depending upon assignment. Licenses and Certificates: Possession of, or ability to obtain and maintain a valid class C driver license. Possession of a valid cardiopulmonary resuscitation and first aid certificate, dependent upon assignment. Supplemental Information How to Apply: Applicants must submit a clear, concise, completed on-line City Application along with any required supplemental application materials with the Human Resources Department by the filing deadline. If you do not submit your on-line application by the filing deadline, you will not be considered for this position. Please note, applications may be rejected if incomplete. Resumes, CVs and cover letters are not reviewed as part of the application screening process. Selection Process: All applicants must submit clear, concise and complete information regarding your work history and qualifications for the position. All applicants will be reviewed and only those applicants determined to be most qualified on the basis of experience, training and education, as submitted, will be invited to participate further in the selection process. Testing may consist of the following: Oral Interview: 100% If three or more qualified City employees apply and pass the examination, a promotional list will be established in addition to an open-competitive list. If fewer than three qualified City employees pass the examination, the appointing authority, in accordance with the City's civil service rules and regulations, can decline to use a promotional list, in which case a promotional list will not be established for this position. The City of Santa Monica is a progressive, inclusive and culturally-rich community. As leaders in public service, we strive to be an employer of choice by attracting and retaining a highly-talented workforce where people of diverse races, religions, cultures and lifestyles thrive. Our goal is to create a welcoming and inclusive environment where our staff are empowered to perform at their highest level and where their differences make a positive impact. The City is an equal opportunity employer and strives to build balanced teams from all walks of life without regard to race, color, ethnicity, religion, national origin, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, ancestry, disability, genetic information, veteran status, or any other status protected under federal, state and/or local law. We aim to create a workplace that celebrates and embraces the diversity of our employees. Join us! Special assistance with the application and examination process is available, upon request, for persons with disabilities. Call (310) 458-8246, TDD (310) 458-8696 (Hearing Impaired Only). Please note the request for reasonable accommodations must be made to Human Resources at least three work days prior to the examination. Background Investigation: Candidates who have successfully completed all prior phases of the selection process will be subject to a thorough background investigation. If three or more qualified City employees apply and pass the examination, a promotional list will be established in addition to an open-competitive list. If fewer than three qualified City employees pass the examination, the appointing authority, in accordance with the City's civil service rules and regulations, can decline to use a promotional list, in which case a promotional list will not be established for this position. COVID 19 VACCINATION: Proof of COVID 19 vaccination will be required as a condition of employment. unless a religious or medical/disability exemption is granted by the City. Closing Date/Time: 8/25/2022 5:30 PM Pacific
City of Evans, Colorado
Evans, CO, USA
The City is seeking a visionary City Manager to efficiently administer all departments within the City as defined by the organization structure and City Charter. The City Manager oversees an operating budget of $818,000 and directly oversees the Assistant City Manager, Administrative Services Director, Communications and Community Engagement Manager, Economic Development Director, Finance Director, and Police Chief.
The starting salary range for this position is anticipated to be $180,000 to $210,000 and provides a competitive benefits package which includes paid employee insurance, retirement plan, car and cell phone allowance, and wellness program incentive. The City Manager is required to live within the City limits. Relocation expenses are negotiable.
State of Missouri
Nevada, MO, United States
Administrative Support Assistant 2041 E. Hunter Street, Nevada, MO 64772 Salary: Approximately $33,000 annually (Pay Grade G4) Apply by: August 22, 2022 Southwest Community Services has an opening for an Administrative Support Assistant in the Human Resources Office. The working hours are 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. Responsibilities: The primary focus of this position is to act as the central timekeeper by: reviewing employee's time usage submissions and overtime submissions for accuracy; entering employee's time usage into a computer software system; tracking FMLA hours; and processing pay out requests and overtime hours. Required knowledge, skills, and abilities: Considerable knowledge of office practices, procedures and equipment. Considerable knowledge of business math computations; and grammar, composition and spelling. Working knowledge of the principles of office management and supervision. Working knowledge of computer information systems and software. Skill in the use of a keyboard. Ability to apply and interpret agency policies and procedures. Ability to prepare and maintain complex records and reports. Ability to develop and use coding and filing systems. Ability to review documents for accuracy and completeness. Ability to make complex computations. Ability to establish and maintain working relationships with co-workers and the public. Ability to complete assignments within specified timeframes. Ability to develop and implement procedures from general instructions. Eligibility: One to three years of clerical experience required. To Apply: Apply online at https://mocareers.mo.gov by selecting the Administrative Support Assistant position located in Nevada, MO by August 22, 2022 , or contact the Human Resources Office at Bobbie.Harms@dmh.mo.gov WHY DMH? The Missouri Department of Mental Health is dedicated to the prevention, treatment, and public understanding of mental illness and developmental disabilities. By joining our team, YOU can make a difference in the lives of those impacted by a mental illness or developmental disability so they have the opportunity to pursue their dreams, live their lives to the fullest, and be a valued member of their communities.
State of Missouri
Nevada, MO, United States
Support Care Professional 2041 E. Hunter Street Nevada, MO 64772 Salary: $42,8000.00 - $46,800.00 Apply by: August 15, 2022 Southwest Community Services has an opening for a Support Care Professional. The working hours are Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Responsibilities: This is a professional-level position accountable for implementing, and monitoring habilitation programs and positive behavior supports for clients with developmental disabilities. Serves as a member of an interdisciplinary treatment team in developing and reviewing individualized habilitation plans. Manages the client's homes; communicates and coordinates with others in meeting the needs of the clients; and supervise the work of direct care staff. Knowledge, skills & abilities: Knowledge of positive behavior support principles and practices. Ability to evaluate the progress of clients and the quality of their treatment programs. Typical qualifications: Bachelor's degree or 4 or more years of relevant experience. (Substitutions may be allowed.) To Apply: Apply online at https://mocareers.mo.gov by selecting the Support Care Professional position located in Nevada, MO by August 15, 2022, or contact the Office of Human Resources at Jennifer.Tanner@dmh.mo.gov WHY DMH? The Missouri Department of Mental Health is dedicated to the prevention, treatment, and public understanding of mental illness and developmental disabilities. By joining our team, YOU can make a difference in the lives of those impacted by a mental illness or developmental disability so they have the opportunity to pursue their dreams, live their lives to the fullest, and be a valued member of their communities.
State of Missouri
Nevada, MO, United States
Quality Improvement Manager 2041 E. Hunter Street, Nevada, MO 64772 Salary: Approximately $52,680.00 - $75,000.00 annually Apply by: August 15, 2022 Southwest Community Services has an opening for a Quality Improvement Manager. The working hours are 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. Responsibilities: This is a managerial position responsible for overseeing quality improvement programs. This position establishes facility quality procedures, standards, and specifications; assesses client needs and ensures they are met; and supervises a Quality Improvement Specialist. Conducts a variety of reviews, surveys and analysis of data. Serves as Privacy Officer. Required knowledge, skills, and abilities: Knowledge of accreditation and certification standards and their application to state or privately operated facilities. Ability to formulate quality improvement plans to improve efficiency. Ability to develop, plan, and implement a quality improvement program; supervise and coordinate the work of staff; and design, evaluate, and monitor strategies for the delivery of programs and individualized services. Eligibility: Master's degree, 4 or more years of relevant experience, including 1 - 2 years of supervisory experience. (Substitutions may be allowed.) Excellent State of Missouri Benefit Package including, but not limited to: Affordable Health, Vision and Dental Insurance ; Paid Basic Life Insurance ; Cafeteria Plan ; Deferred Compensation ; MOSERS Retirement ; a minimum of 13 paid holidays per year ; 10 hours of annual leave accrued per month ; 10 hours of sick leave accrued per month and much more! To Apply: Apply online at https://mocareers.mo.gov by selecting the Quality Improvement Manager position located in Nevada, MO by August 15, 2022 , or contact the Human Resources Office at Jennifer.Tanner@dmh.mo.gov WHY DMH? The Missouri Department of Mental Health is dedicated to the prevention, treatment, and public understanding of mental illness and developmental disabilities. By joining our team, YOU can make a difference in the lives of those impacted by a mental illness or developmental disability so they have the opportunity to pursue their dreams, live their lives to the fullest, and be a valued member of their communities.
State of Missouri
Jefferson City, MO, United States
Screening to Begin Immediately: Open until filled Why You'll Love This Position: If you are looking for a career opportunity where YOU can make a difference, help communities grow, and help create job opportunities for hardworking Missourians, then this is the team for you. This is an exciting opportunity within the Missouri Department of Economic Development (DED) as we transform our Business & Community Solutions Finance Team to become the Best in the Midwest. The Solutions Division is seeking an Economic Development Incentive Specialist to manage critical business and community incentive programs for the State of Missouri. Specifically, you'll focus on the State's premier business programs, including Missouri Works. You'll also have a chance to catalyze real estate developments and help nonprofits meet critical needs across the State. What You'll Do: Assist entities in applying for incentives earned as a result of creating jobs and making investment in the State. Review tax credit applications from companies, individuals, communities, for-profit entities and non-profit organizations. Determine eligibility in accordance with regulations and program guidelines. Examine and verify project expenses eligibility in accordance with regulations and program guidelines. Monitor and track progress of projects participating in programs, troubleshooting and providing assistance that will help entities complete their projects successfully. Provide technical information and assistance regarding tax credits or grants to companies, individuals, communities, for profit entities or non-profit organizations considering establishing a new business in the state, expanding current operations/facilities, engaging in real estate redevelopment, or community development initiatives. Participate in program policy research and development as trends change and evolve. Design and improve program procedures and processes. Collect, evaluate, and prepare data for internal and external reports for department and legislature. Prepare and present program-specific seminars and workshops to teach entities about available resources for growing a business in Missouri. Maintain databases and filing of information on programs and results. Perform other related work as assigned. All You Need for Success: Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with a major in Finance, Accounting, Marketing, Economics, Business or Public Administration, or a closely related field. Professional experience in these areas may substitute for education on a year for year basis. Competencies: General knowledge of state and federal rules and regulations applicable to the assigned program area. Considerable knowledge of business math computations; and grammar, composition and spelling. Ability to make arithmetical calculations with speed and accuracy. Some knowledge of financial and tax management, economic development, accounting and auditing principles and procedures. Ability to communicate effectively, written and verbal, with all levels of public stakeholders and Department staff. Ability to work independently and carry out assignments without close supervision. Prepare complete and concise reports. Ability to analyze, interpret and apply statutes, regulations and agency policies related to tax credit or grant programs. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with other employees, customers, project managers, public officials, community and neighborhood organizations, regional planning commissions and the general public. Proficient knowledge of Microsoft Office software. More reasons to love this position: The State of Missouri offers an excellent benefits package that includes a defined pension plan, generous amounts of leave and holiday time, and eligibility for health insurance coverage. Your total compensation is more than the dollars you receive in your paycheck. To help demonstrate the value of working for the State of Missouri, we have created an interactive Total Compensation Calculator. This tool provides a comprehensive view of benefits and more that are offered to prospective employees. The Total Compensation Calculator and other applicant resources can be found here . If you have questions about this position please contact DED Human Resources at HRHelpdesk@ded.mo.gov . The State of Missouri is an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees.
State of Missouri
Jefferson City, MO, United States
Job Location: The office for this position is located at the Harry S Truman State Office Building, 301 W High Street, Jefferson City, MO. 65101. Candidates who complete a successful onboarding and training period may be eligible to work at an alternate location in compliance with OA-ITSD's Distributed Workforce Plan. About this Position: If you like dealing with technology and people this may be the perfect job for you. This position serves as the lead of Operational Support for OA-ITSD in support of the Department of Corrections (DOC). The successful candidate will possess a broad range of technical knowledge with the ability to communicate effectively and produce functional documentation for an audience with a broad range of technical expertise. This position is with the Office of Administration, Information Technology Services Division (OA-ITSD) supporting the Department of Corrections (DOC). ITSD Core Values - We Innovate and Partner with Passion, Respect, and Integrity united as #OneTeam. Duties and Responsibilities: This position will work closely with DOC and the ITSD functional units to coordinate and resolve issues across the enterprise with responsibilities including: Conduct assessments of current and future application solutions, technologies, hardware, systems, and processes utilized within the OA-ITSD / DOC portfolio. Facilitate and aid in the review of proposed technology initiatives for feasibility, security, costs, efficiencies, and compliance with ITSD policies and standards. Promote a collaborative partnership and disseminate information regarding OA-ITSD / DOC systems. Tasked to drive for the sustainability of the infrastructure and provide resolutions for problem situations or to circumvent potential problems by understanding the breadth of impact of choices made and when issues must be escalated to executive management. Creation and upkeep of information (written documentation, schematic representation diagrams, project schedules, support schedules, etc.) for broad use by OA-ITSD / DOC, State Data Center, Networking, and vendor support entities who must collaborate to maintain this environment, ensuring availability and uptime. This unique position has a focus on both technology and the customer. Preferred Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Thorough understanding of the principles of computer programming, system analysis, design, testing, and technical documentation; Knowledge of infrastructure hardware needed to support systems. Effective written / verbal communication. Planning and Organizing, Decision-Making, Negotiation, Influencing and Leading, Conflict Resolution, Mentoring, and Coaching Experience in coordination of complex and concurrent efforts. The classification for this position is Senior Applications Developer ; click for more information. The State of Missouri's benefit package includes a defined pension plan, paid time off, health insurance, and pre-tax flexible benefits. To learn more about the total benefits package click here . If you have questions please contact: ITSDRecruiting@oa.mo.gov The State of Missouri is an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees.
State of Missouri
Nevada, MO, United States
Support Care Assistants 2041 E. Hunter Street, Nevada, MO 64772 NOW PAYING $15.33 PER HOUR AND INCLUDES AN EXCELLENT STATE OF MISSOURI BENEFITS PACKAGE!!! Salary: Base pay is $15.33 per hour with an additional 30 cents per hour for 2 nd and 3 rd shifts. Overtime hours are available at the rate of time and one half, paying $22.99 (1 st shift) - $23.44 (2 nd and 3 rd shifts) per hour! Positions currently open on all three shifts! This is a rewarding career assisting adults with developmental disabilities with their daily living skills and participation in community activities. Southwest Community Services is a state of Missouri agency. This full time position involves working with individuals in their homes in the city of Nevada. By joining our team, YOU can make a difference in the lives of those impacted by a developmental disability so they have the opportunity to pursue their dreams, live their lives to the fullest, and be a valued member of their communities. Responsibilities: Transporting individuals to appointments and activities in state vehicles; administering medications and taking vitals; assisting individuals with daily living and hygiene tasks; documenting the individual's day and progress; and participating in activities with the individuals such as swimming, shopping, ball games, picnics, going to the movies and other activities. Eligibility: No experience necessary and training is provided. Possession of a high school diploma or GED is required as well as a valid driver's license. Excellent State of Missouri Benefit Package including, but not limited to: Affordable Health, Vision and Dental Insurance ; Paid Basic Life Insurance ; Cafeteria Plan ; Deferred Compensation ; MOSERS Retirement ; a minimum of 13 paid holidays per year ; 10 hours of annual leave accrued per month ; 10 hours of sick leave accrued per month and meals provided on 1 st and 2 nd shifts at no cost to you. For questions contact: Bobbie.Harms@dmh.mo.gov or 417-448-1178. An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer
State of Missouri
Nevada, MO, United States
PART TIME DIRECT CARE AIDES NEEDED Southwest Community Services in Nevada, Missouri is hiring for part time Direct Care Aide positions. Hours are available on all three shifts, allowing you the flexibility to choose your own hours! This position involves caring for developmentally disabled adults in their homes that are located in Nevada, Missouri and includes actively participating in different events such as swimming, shopping, ball games, camping, church services, fishing, going to the movies and other events. You must have a high school diploma or GED and possess a valid driver's license in order to transport clients in state-owned vehicles. This position pays $16.25 per hour and allows you the flexibility to set your own hours. Meals are provided for 1st and 2nd shifts at no cost to the employee. For additional information please contact Bobbie Harms at (417) 448-1178 or Bobbie.Harms@dmh.mo.gov An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer
City of Scottsdale, Arizona
Scottsdale, Arizona, United States
Introduction Located in the beautiful Sonoran Desert, Scottsdale, Arizona is bordered by Phoenix to the west and the McDowell Mountains on the east. Scottsdale is annually rated among the nation's most desirable communities to live in, visit and do business in. Check out more about Scottsdale . About the Position: The Community Services Operations Supervisor in Adaptive Services will be responsible for providing programs and services across Parks & Recreation that are designed to meet the needs of those with physical and/or intellectual disabilities. Located adjacent to Chaparral Park and Community Center, the state-of-the-art Adaptive Services Center hosts a variety of activities and features a multi-sensory room, gaming space, and a fully-accessible kitchen. Additional off-site activities include participation in various Special Olympics sports, community outings, inclusion services at Scottsdale Public School youth after school and summer programs, as well as ADA accommodations for recreation programs. Duties for this position include training and supervising staff, creating and monitoring budgets, building programs and activities, conducting accommodation assessments, ensuring ADA compliance for recreation programming, and forming partnerships with outside agencies and non-profits. Preference will be given to candidates who either already possess and/or have a willingness and an ability to obtain and maintain a valid certification from an Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Coordinator Training Certification Program (ACTCP). Selection Process Applicants whose education, training and experience most closely meet the needs of the position may be invited to participate in a selection process to include a panel interview and an assessment exercise. Successful candidates will receive a post-offer, pre-employment background screening to include: Fingerprinting Criminal Background screening for the past 7 years Motor Vehicle Department Records Check Drug Screening Minimum Qualifications Education and Experience: A Bachelor's Degree in Recreation Management, Therapeutic Recreation, Social Work, Counseling, Sociology, Early Childhood Education, or a related field from an accredited educational institution. Three years of experience in a related field specific to the area of assignment. Must have at least one year of lead or supervisory experience. An equivalent combination of education and job-related experience may substitute for the educational requirements on a year-for-year basis. Licensing, Certifications, and Other Requirements All Assignments: Must possess and maintain a valid, unrestricted driver's license with no major citations within the past 39 months prior to the start date. The Arizona Department of Motor Vehicles requires that out-of-state driver's licenses must be surrendered within 10 days of relocating to the State of Arizona. Every person employed by the City of Scottsdale shall reside in the State of Arizona during his or her active employment by the City, regardless of whether the employee is approved to remote work. Parks & Recreation Assignment: Adaptive Services Must possess and maintain a valid Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) certification at time of hire or promotion. Preferred : Candidates who e ither already possess and/or have a willingness and an ability to obtain and maintain a valid certification from at least one of the following: Certified Therapeutic Recreation Specialist. National Parks & Recreation Association (NRPA). A nationally recognized certificate in Therapeutic Recreation. Americans with Disabilities (ADA) Coordinator Training Certification Program (ACTCP). Other pertinent licenses and/or certifications may be required of some positions depending on department/section assignment. Essential Functions Performs duties and responsibilities commensurate with assigned functional area which may include, but are not limited to, any combination of the following: All Assignments: Supervises employees and coordinates personnel-related activities to include, but not limited to training, approving work schedules, recommending/approving personnel actions, coaching and counseling, establishing performance goals, and writing performance evaluations. Plans, coordinates and supervises the day-to-day operations of a specific area of assignment, which includes, but is not limited to monitoring projects, work orders, and assignments. Effectively and promptly communicates with various organizations and community groups to develop and coordinate activities/special events/systems. Prepares, justifies and monitors an annual budget(s) specific to an area of assignment. Develops, implements, and enforces operational policies, procedures, and safety practices within a specific area of assignment. Work Environment/Physical Demands The physical demands and work environment characteristics described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this position or that an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this position. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Work evenings, weekends and holidays. May be required to lift up to 50 pounds. Operates standard office equipment and a motor vehicle. Click here to review the entire job description. The City of Scottsdale reserves the right to change this process at any time. EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY: It is the policy of the city to provide employment opportunities to all persons based solely on ability, regardless of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity or disability. When advised reasonable accommodations will be made in order for an "otherwise qualified applicant" with a disability to participate in any phase of the recruitment process. Please contact Human Resources to request an accommodation. Persons with a disability may request a reasonable accommodation by contacting HR Receptionist at (480) 312-2491. Requests should be made 24 hours in advance or as early as possible to allow time to arrange the accommodation. For TTY users, the Arizona Relay Service (1-800-367-8939) may contact HR Receptionist at (480) 312-2491. This position description does not constitute an employment agreement between the employer and employee and is subject to change by the employer as the needs of the employer and requirements of the position change. Closing Date/Time: 8/24/2022 11:59 PM Arizona
City and County of Denver
Denver, Colorado, United States
About Our Job The City and County of Denver utilizes a hybrid model workplace that balances the responsibilities of public service with the benefits of a flexible work environment. Employees work where needed, at a city site and/or in the field at least two days a week and telecommute remotely at a designated workplace within the State of Colorado the remaining days. Please apply soon, as this position will close without advance notice once wereceivea sufficient number of qualified candidates. The Denver Economic Development and Opportunity ( DEDO ) is leading an inclusive and innovative economy for all Denver residents and neighborhoods. We work to ensure the success of Denver’s economy is shared by our residents, businesses, and neighborhoods - because everyone deserves the opportunity to make a home, get a job, and build a future.DEDO’s team of 130 comprises of Workforce Services , Denver Construction Careers Program ( DCCP ), and Division of Small Business Opportunity ( DSBO ), and Business Development . DSBOsupports the growth, capacity, and sustainability of small, disadvantaged, minority and women owned businesses.The overarching mission of DSBO is to undertake specific initiatives, programs and activities to prevent discrimination, enhance the utilization and maximize contracting opportunities for certified small, disadvantaged, minority and women-owned business enterprises in city service projects and the procurements of goods and services purchased by the city (Denver Revised Municipal Code [D.R.M.C.] Chapter 28 Articles III, V, and VII). DSBO is hiring for two full-time, unlimited Contract Compliance Officers. The primary location will be at the Denver International Airport (parking for employees is free). There may be occasional travel to the Denver Post Building for team meetings, with client site visits, and DEDO events offsite. Additionally, as the Contract Compliance Officer on our team, you will also: Conduct data research, oversee financial checks/balances, conduct performance indicator reviews in contract management software system Perform contract maintenance audits to identify status of projects and ensure ongoing compliance (reporting, contract document control and record keeping); analyze, resolve contractual compliance and technical problems; recommend corrective action Ensure adherence to strict prompt pay timeliness while ensuring customer service, employing investigative methods, and referring to contract, ordinance and/or federal regulations Validate information, ensure accuracy and provide high degree of quality for all body of work Conduct project site visits and compliance audits Work with internal and external constituents, to ensure adherence to contractual policies and procedures Implement contract language to enhance the utilization of small, minority and women-owned businesses Continually review small business utilization plans, contracts Conduct meetings with contractors and internal constituencyregarding performance, noncompliance, plan revisions. Respond to emergency situations and document/report, disputes and incidents occurring with businesses and vendors having contracts Attend and provide ongoing outreach, participation and assistance at small business-related outreach/networking events, pre-bid meetings, trainings, workshops, trade fairs, matchmaking Prepare presentations and professionally present on local and federal small business requirements, a project’s scope of work, expectations and deadlines Lead and assist with the development and execution of program initiatives Assist in developing and updating compliance presentations, scripts, and communications for the DSBO newsletter in relation to compliance Support the outreach efforts of the DSBO Outreach Specialist by attending various events as requested Serve as one of the liaisons to the small business and entrepreneur community, business associations, and governmental agencies and entities About You To be successful in this role you have strong attention to detail and are thorough, conscientious, while able to follow up with time sensitive deadlines. You hold yourself with the highest degree of professionalism when providing guidance to businesses, internal, and external stakeholder by phone, email, or by form letter/memos surrounding certification requirements. You enjoy working together as a team and have strong written and verbal communication skills. Our ideal candidate will have: The ability to handle multiple high priority tasks simultaneously and coordinate functions, programs or projects in various stages of completion The ability to research, employ deductive reasoning and interpret government ordinances, rules/regulations, train project managers, contractors, and concessionaires on program requirements Experience and familiarity with procurement processes and contract lifecycle Experience and familiarity with the systems: B2G, Textura, Workday, Alfresco, and LCP Tracker Ability to provide complex information internal and external stakeholders regarding DSBO program specifics, including compliance processes and procedures Experience with Microsoft Office applications Decision-making and problem-solving ability We realize your time is valuable so please do not apply if you do not have at least the following required minimum qualifications: Education: Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration, Public Administration, Audit, Accounting, Finance, or a related field Experience: Four (4) years of experience in contract compliance, construction and/or design, or implementing small business diversity and inclusiveness programs Education/Experience Equivalency: One (1) year of the appropriate type and level of experience may be substituted for each required year of post-high school education. A combination of appropriate education and experience may be substituted for the minimum education and experience requirements Licensure/Certification: A valid Driver’s License is required as a condition of employment. Licenses and certifications must be kept current as a condition of employment To be considered for this position, you must include the following on your job application (upload the attachment(s) to the Resume/CV section on the My Experience tab): Resume Cover letter About Everything Else Job Profile CA3131 Compliance-Certification Officer Associate To view the full job profile including position specifications, physical demands, and probationary period, click here . Position Type Unlimited Position Salary Range $57,860.00 - $95,469.00 Starting Pay Based on experience and education Agency Denver Economic Development & Opportunity The City and County of Denver provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, genetic information, age, or any other status protected under federal, state, and/or local law. For information about right to work, click here for English or here for Spanish.
City of Fort Worth, TX
Fort Worth, Texas, United States
Pay Range: $105,378 - $139,625 annual compensation Job Posting Closing on: Wednesday, August 24, 2022 The City of Fort Worth is the 13th largest city in the U.S. and the fastest growing among large cities. Fort Worth has received multiple accolades, including number one Downtown (Livability), and the second-best City in the nation for Job Seekers (Forbes). Our employees serve the needs of over 900,000 residents. We are seeking individuals that reflect our values of exceptional customer experience, mutual respect, embracing our diversity, continuous improvement, ethical behavior, and accountability. About the Department The Development Services Department focuses on promoting orderly growth and development, safe construction, and neighborhood vitality. We collaborate with developers, property owners, and residents, to ensure safe and sustainable development while providing exceptional customer experiences. The Department encompasses Development Coordination, Development Engineering, Zoning and Design Review, Permitting and Inspections, and the newly created Customer & Business Support Division . Our vision is to make Fort Worth the most liveable city in the country. The City of Fort Worth is committed to streamlining and consolidating the development review process. As Development Services is a key element in the City's growth philosophy, we emphasize exceptional customer experiences as one of our core values. We commit to facilitating timely reviews and approvals of projects while partnering with our development community and neighbors to prioritize smart and sustainable growth - in short, "building Fort Worth together". This is more than a phrase, but rather, a philosophy that the Fort Worth City Council and City Manager have charged the Development Services Department with implementing. The Opportunity An opportunity is available for a highly seasoned and accomplished professional to assist in leading the activities of the Development Services Department. The Assistant Director for the newly created Customer & Business Support Division of Development Services will be responsible for coordinating staff in application intake and routing, call center and virtual consultations, permit operations, customer relations, fiscal accounting, strategic planning, human resource coordination, and department-related purchasing functions. The Assistant Director will also assist the Director of Development Services in the development and implementation of policies, programs, practices, and procedures required to lead and manage the Department. Some of which are; Customer Experience Strategy: Lead strategy development for the department by coordinating the technical and planning components necessary to advocate for the best interests of customers Customer Advocacy: Maintain a customer service orientation at all organizational levels and in all activities by working collaboratively to represent the customer point of view to department leaders, interdepartmental alliance partners, and external shareholders. Influence, persuade, and resolve conflict with customers, employee groups, and inter-departmental/inter-agency transactions in order to advance departmental objectives and service quality standards. Customer Surveys and Benchmarking: Oversee a comprehensive program of surveys and benchmarking that fosters customer-oriented performance measurement. Use the information to inform management decisions, resource allocations, customer programs, communications, and outreach reflective of our customer demographics and needs. Customer Relations: Oversee customer correspondence related to Development operations and services, including written correspondence on a variety of application types. Ensure customer communication standards and templates address the needs of customers, and that customer response are thoroughly researched, well written, customer sensitive, and address issues directly. Ensure that inquiries are responded to within specified timeframes. Serve as the department lead for the implementation of department-wide response systems such as CRM. The Ideal Candidate The ideal candidate will be an experienced, energetic and resourceful leader with a demonstrated record of leadership and operational experience. They will possess a strong customer-centric approach; have the ability to negotiate, balance and sustain strong stakeholder relationships; have an in-depth knowledge of the development process, and have strong communication skills. The successful candidate will be adept in managing organizational change and have the ability to collaborate and build strong partnerships with employee groups, developers, property owners, residents, neighborhood organizations, community groups, other City departments, and other governmental agencies. We expect an Assistant Director of Development Services to be detail-oriented with good business sense and strong negotiation skills. The Assistant Director should be an innovative problem solver who is passionate about improving the quality of life for residents of Fort Worth. Exceptional interpersonal skills are essential. The individual must have the ability to boost and maintain positive employee morale and to motivate and inspire employees to maximize their potential and provide the highest level of customer service to citizens. The individual selected will possess a professional history that demonstrates the following necessary leadership competencies and attributes: Strong, innovative leadership and management skills Change agent for improving planning and development services by implementing an entrepreneurial spirit A management philosophy that is strongly customer-service oriented both internal and external Ability to manage a diverse group of employees through the use of excellent interpersonal skills Ability to creatively negotiate and implement streamlined processes and project management through partnership with stakeholder groups Possess an organizational and political awareness of sensitive projects, programs, and services that can involve competing interests and priorities Considerable knowledge of and experience with principles and practices of planning, program management, process improvement, and development services Proven track record for business process re-engineering - achieving efficiencies and innovation while improving the delivery and quality of service. Education & Experience This position requires a Bachelor's Degree from an accredited college or university with major coursework in Planning, Urban Planning or Design, Public Administration, Urban Geography, Civil Engineering, or a closely related field and six (6) or more years of responsible experience in city planning and/or development with a minimum of four (4) years in a supervisory/management role. Valid driver's license is required. A Master's Degree in Urban Planning or Design, Public Administration, Urban Geography, Civil Engineering, or closely related field is preferred. An equivalent combination of education and experience will also be considered. Conditions of Employment Candidates who do not meet the Education requirement, may be considered if they have more relevant work experience than the position requires. Those selected for employment will be required to pass Pre-Employment checks depending on the position requirements. Those could include, but are not limited to: criminal background check, drug screen, education verification, etc. Criminal convictions will be considered on a case by case basis. Employees are paid by direct deposit only. Equal Opportunity Employer. Closing Date/Time: Wednesday, August 24, 2022
City of West Sacramento
West Sacramento, CA, USA
Examples of Duties / Knowledge & Skills
EXAMPLES OF ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: (Illustrative Only): Management reserves the right to add, modify, change or rescind the work assignments of different positions and to make reasonable accommodations so that qualified employees can perform the essential functions of the job.
Assist in administering, monitoring, and/or implementing a program, process, or functional area specific to the area of assignment.
Possess technical knowledge related to the assigned program.
Explain and interpret information.
Exercise independent judgment in the disposition of routine matters.
Perform a variety of clerical and/or administrative work as necessitated by the assignment.
May greet the public and answer or direct them to appropriate office personnel.
May provide functional supervision over assigned extra help employees or volunteers.
City and County of Denver
Denver, Colorado, United States
About Our Job The City and County of Denver utilizes a hybrid model workplace that balances the responsibilities of public service with the benefits of a flexible work environment. Employees work where needed,at a city site and/or in the field at least two days a week and telecommute remotely at a designated workplace within the State of Colorado the remaining days. We encourage you to apply as soon as possible because this posting may close without advanced notice. The Denver Economic Development and Opportunity ( DEDO ) is leading an inclusive and innovative economy for all Denver residents and neighborhoods. We work to ensure the success of Denver’s economy is shared by our residents, businesses, and neighborhoods - because everyone deserves the opportunity to make a home, get a job, and build a future.DEDO’s team of 130 comprises of Workforce Services , Denver Construction Careers Program ( DCCP ), and Division of Small Business Opportunity ( DSBO ), and Business Development . We are seeking a Community Finance Specialist to serve as DEDO’s loan underwriter and nonprofit partner. The Community Finance Specialist will provide direct support to DEDO by identifying successful project opportunities acting as the underwriting specialist for those opportunities; and maintaining vendor and community relationships to ensure successful, long-term relationships and outcomes. This work will also focus on building collective and impactful partnerships within DEDO and across city agencies to ensure DEDO continues to lead in the effort of creating an inclusive and innovative economy. This role will be responsible for the underwriting and risk-assessment strategies capital investment projects, partner with the Business Development underwriting staff to ensure consistency and efficiencies and cross-divisional projects, and partner closely with DEDO Finance to enhance the loan strategy and funding efforts of the agency. The position will be the lifeblood for many of Denver’s community partners, providing expertise, analysis, information, and follow-up on DEDO’s numerous funding programs. Finally, this role will get to use his/her expertise in finance, banking, underwriting, and credit analysis in order to work closely with nonprofit and community partners to truly make a difference to those in need - this role is a key component of DEDO’s equity and inclusion work. As the Community Finance Specialist, duties include: Perform underwriting due diligence in a timely manner of major complex development, catalytic projects/real estate transactions and Public Facilities & Improvements (PF&I) projects by reviewing the application package and other relevant documents/information associated with the project requesting financing. Will recommend approvals or decline the requests to Special Projects Director and/or Executive management based on the outcome of the evaluation Schedule and perform loan closings and workouts as necessary to fulfill the contracting requirements of any approved projects. Become familiar with compliance requirements for deals within your portfolio Become a subject matter expert for Community Development Block Grant (CDBG-HUD) rules and regulations in order to analyze, advise, research, and communicate potential deals or existing challenges that may arise Performs due diligence to amend/revise terms of existing loans as requested by contractor/borrower/other funders, fulfilling full/partial releases of liens, exchange of collateral, extension of maturity dates, subordination requests, etc. Be actively involved in the annual public notice of funding application/evaluation/contract process. This process is for the funding of Denver’s non-profit organizations providing public service to specific target neighborhoods to low income individuals and businesses. Act as the financial reviewer for this process Serve as a Community Development Representative for assigned contracts. Review the numerous documents such as budget summary, budget narrative, insurance coverage, SAM registration, draft/prepare the Scope of Services and work closely with the Contract Administrator to process the contract request. Monitor and follow-up the progress until the contract has been fully executed and ensure funds are drawn down in a timely manner Develop relationships and a strong knowledge of the issues in at least two vulnerable communities. Identify community voices and ensure their voices are heard and represented in CCD processes About You To be successful in this role, you have a passion towards social justice with equity, and demonstrated commitment to helping vulnerable communities. You have experience in Denver or with other municipal, government agencies providing effective community engagement. Bilingual in Spanish is a plus. Strong time management skills and customer service skills and response is very important in this role. Our Ideal Candidate has: Good analytical ability to perform financial and risk analysis by evaluating factors such as program requirements, project budgets, operating expenses, projections, market studies, title work associated with loans - specifically Public Facilities & Improvements (PF&I) transactions Banking / Underwriting experience - preferably for a nonprofit or community-based organization. Experience providing technical assistance to developers, contractors and staff involved regarding program requirements and processes Knowledge and technical competency in interpreting the Federal and/or other governmental regulations (such as CDBG), compliance issues and specific requirements of the agency’s programs Ability to work independently and make sound judgments and recommendations on the proposed development projects requesting financing Flexibility in understanding and evaluating contract language or developer/contractor/other funders or individuals involved with the overall process of the community development project An understanding of public policy, political processes, and of the nonprofit and small business community Excellent communication, writing, research, analytical, organizational, interpersonal, time-management and multi-tasking skills. Strength in analyzing both data and policy to drive decisions. The ability to take initiative, prioritize duties, pay close attention to detail, work independently and under pressure to meet specific deadlines We recognize your time is valuable, so please do not apply unless you meet the following required minimum qualifications: Education: Bachelor's Degree in Accounting, Finance, Economics, Business Administration, or a related field Experience: Three (3) years of full performance, professional level experience overseeing and administering functional or operational aspects of fiscal business operations Education/Experience Equivalency: One (1) year of the appropriate type and level of experience may be substituted for each required year of post-high school education. Additional appropriate education may be substituted for the minimum experience requirements About Everything Else Job Profile CV2310 Fiscal Administrator I To view the full job profile including position specifications, physical demands, and probationary period, click here . Position Type Unlimited Position Salary Range $72,887.00 - $120,264.00 Starting Pay Based on experience and education Agency Denver Economic Development & Opportunity The City and County of Denver provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, genetic information, age, or any other status protected under federal, state, and/or local law. For information about right to work, click here for English or here for Spanish.
City and County of Denver
Denver, Colorado, United States
About Our Job The City and County of Denver utilizes a hybrid model workplace that balances the responsibilities of public service with the benefits of a flexible work environment. Employees work where needed, at a city site and/or in the field at least two days a week and telecommute remotely at a designated workplace within the State of Colorado the remaining days. Please apply soon, as this position will close without advance notice once wereceivea sufficient number of qualified candidates. Denver Economic Development and Opportunity ( DEDO ) is leading an inclusive and innovative economy for all Denver residents and neighborhoods. We work to ensure the success of Denver’s economy is shared by our residents, businesses, and neighborhoods - because everyone deserves the opportunity to make a home, get a job, and build a future.DEDO’s team of over 130 people comprises of Workforce Services , Neighborhood Equity & Stabilization (NEST), Denver Construction Careers Program ( DCCP ), and Division of Small Business Opportunity ( DSBO ), and Business Development . DCCP strives to ensure that Denver has a qualified construction workforce that attracts, retains and expands industries, and maximizes employment opportunities for local residents through comprehensive training initiatives and services to ensure that no community member is left behind when it comes to the chance to go to work and succeed. DCCP is hiring for a Project Coordinator for the implementation of the Denver Construction Workforce Policy. This position reports directly to the Director of DCCP. As Program Coordinator, duties include: Engagement with community and construction industry partnerships assisting these programs in the further development of their goals in alignment with the DCCP mission of help identify, recruit, train, and support a strong pipeline of new and existing construction professionals to support this exciting period of growth.Focus on targeting the benefits of Denver’s vibrant economy are share our services to every resident, particularly those living in neighborhoods most impacted by these projects Assist the Director with deep engagement and participate in industry-related Advisory Committees and other Denver workforce development initiatives, this includes off-site meetings requiring working after-hours and weekend events Focus on DCCP’s goals to help with job placement and provide service to more than 15 major projects that total over $900 million in value to help create job opportunities. Projects such as Elevate Denver Bond Program projects, the Colorado Convention Center expansion , key National Western Center facilities , and significant work being done at Denver International Airport (DEN) and more Assist DCCP Contractor Liaison team and contractors with establishing apprenticeship programs to support contracted workforce development requirements About You To be successful in this position, candidates will have the ability to build strong working relationships with job seekers, trainees, labor representatives, and construction contractors. Experience with applicable local hiring policies and effectively communicating local hiring procedures one-on-one and in group settings is important. If you like a fast-paced environment that produces positive results, this may be ideal for you! Our ideal candidate will have: Demonstrated success in managing projects and programs that support client business objectives from concept through execution Strong ability to analyze client needs and create prescriptive and consultative recommendations Ability to work independently with minimal supervision Can prioritize multiple tasks and projects, work under stress, take direction, and meet client deadlines Grant management experience Strong communication skills - written, verbal with diverse groups of people Skills using MS Office Suite, including PowerPoint Knowledge within the field of construction We recognize your time is valuable, so please do not apply unless you meet the following required minimum qualifications: Education: Bachelor's Degree in a related field based on a specific position(s) Experience: Five (5) years’ experience performing full performance professional level duties within a specialized, functional area. (This does not include clerical experience.) Education/Experience Equivalency: One (1) year of the appropriate type and level of experience may be substituted for each required year of post-high school education. Additional appropriate education may be substituted for the minimum experience requirements About Everything Else Job Profile CA2308 Administrator II To view the full job profile including position specifications, physical demands, and probationary period, click here . Position Type Unlimited Position Salary Range $78,718.00 - $129,885.00 Starting Pay Based on experience and education Agency Denver Economic Development & Opportunity The City and County of Denver provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, genetic information, age, or any other status protected under federal, state, and/or local law. 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City and County of Denver
Denver, Colorado, United States
About Our Job The City and County of Denver utilizes a hybrid model workplace that balances the responsibilities of public service with the benefits of a flexible work environment. Employees work where needed, at a city site and/or in the field at least two days a week and telecommute remotely at a designated workplace within the State of Colorado the remaining days. Please apply soon, as this position will close without advance notice once wereceivea sufficient number of qualified candidates. Denver Economic Development and Opportunity ( DEDO ) is leading an inclusive and innovative economy for all Denver residents and neighborhoods. We work to ensure the success of Denver’s economy is shared by our residents, businesses, and neighborhoods - because everyone deserves the opportunity to make a home, get a job, and build a future.DEDO’s team of over 130 people comprises of Workforce Services , Neighborhood Equity & Stabilization (NEST), Denver Construction Careers Program ( DCCP ), and Division of Small Business Opportunity ( DSBO ), and Business Development . DCCP strives to ensure that Denver has a qualified construction workforce that attracts, retains and expands industries, and maximizes employment opportunities for local residents through comprehensive training initiatives and services to ensure that no community member is left behind when it comes to the chance to go to work and succeed. DCCP is hiring for multiple Contractor Liaisons to support the implementation of the Denver Construction Workforce Policy. As Program Manager, duties include: Serve as a liaison and direct the evaluation of a city projects to determine if the project is achieving its goals and objectives in meeting workforce requirements Be responsible for modifications of existing program services or creates new program(s) services to maintain or enhance program standing Prepare presentations and professionally present on workforce requirements, expectations, and deadlines Prepare, attend and present at required proposal presentations for internal and external prospective bidders/proposers Serve as subject matter expert to advise on workforce programs including, but not limited to pre-apprenticeship programs, on-the-job training and additional areas pertaining to workforce Report on specific project data on a monthly basis and validate information, ensure accuracy, and provide high degree of quality for all body of work Establish effective working relationships with public and private partners Engage in community outreach to inform about the DCCP program Document causes for corrective action and initiate compliance plans and formal recommendations to align or modify workforce plans Lead and assist with the development and execution of program initiatives Perform other administrative and other compliance duties as requested About You To be successful in this position, candidates will have the ability to build strong working relationships with job seekers, trainees, labor representatives, and construction contractors. Experience with applicable local hiring policies and effectively communicating local hiring procedures one-on-one and in group settings is important. If you like a fast-paced environment that produces positive results, this may be ideal for you! Our ideal candidate will have: Three (3) years professional experience in any area of economic and workforce development and/or one (1) year experience developing and implementing construction workforce readiness programs Grant management experience Strong communication skills - written, verbal with diverse groups of people Knowledge within the field of construction We recognize your time is valuable, so please do not apply unless you meet the following required minimum qualifications: Education: Bachelor's Degree in Public Administration, Management, Sociology, Psychology, Political Science, or a related field Experience: Three (3) years of full performance professional level experience developing, implementing, and administering programs Education/Experience Equivalency: One (1) year of the appropriate type and level of experience may be substituted for each required year of post-high school education for all classifications. Additional appropriate education may be substituted for the minimum experience requirements About Everything Else Job Profile CA1714 Program Manager To view the full job profile including position specifications, physical demands, and probationary period, click here . Position Type Unlimited Position Salary Range $67,488.00 - $111,355.00 Starting Pay Based on experience and education Agency Denver Economic Development & Opportunity The City and County of Denver provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, genetic information, age, or any other status protected under federal, state, and/or local law. For information about right to work, click here for English or here for Spanish.
CLARK COUNTY, NV
Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
ABOUT THE POSITION The Clark County Community & Economic Development Department is seeking qualified candidates to apply for the Senior Economic Development Specialist position. This is an advanced level position with nominal oversight from department leadership. The person is charged with managing, coordinating, planning, initiating, promoting, and marketing economic development and redevelopment programs and opportunities within unincorporated Clark County. Works with existing businesses, entrepreneurs, developers, real estate investors and industry experts to diversify the local economy, create jobs and increase the tax base. The position serves as a client-focused ambassador to both local, national and international business community. In addition, the person in this position is responsible for internal coordination and communication with elected officials and executive leadership; coordination of inter-jurisdictional relationships (federal, state, municipal), providing limited supervision and guidance to subordinate department staff. This examination will establish an Open Competitive Eligibility list to fill current and/or future vacancies that may occur within the next six (6) months or may be extended as needed by Human Resources. Human Resources reserves the right to call only the most qualified applicants to the selection process. Some positions may be confidential positions and are excluded from membership in the union. Some positions may be non-union positions and are excluded from membership in the union. MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS Education and Experience: Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration, Public Administration, Real Estate, Land Planning/Development, Marketing, Economics or a closely related field and four (4) years of full-time professional experience working in economic development, financial analysis, land planning, or similar analyses and studies that includes two (2) years of project and contract management. Experience in a public agency setting is desirable. An appropriate advanced degree is desirable. Qualifying education and experience must be clearly documented in the "Education" and "Work Experience" sections of the application. Do not substitute a resume for your application or write "see attached resume" on your application. Working Conditions: Attend meetings outside of normal working hours. Requires travel by automobile to various locations throughout the County. May require traveling within the United States. May conduct site visits outdoors in varying weather conditions. Licensing and Certification: Specified positions must possess a valid Nevada Class C Driver's License at time of appointment. Possession of an Economic Developer certification is desirable Background Investigation: Employment is contingent upon successful completion of a background investigation. Periodically after employment background investigations may be conducted. Pre-Employment Drug Testing: Employment is contingent upon the results of a pre-employment drug examination. EXAMPLES OF DUTIES Identify and coordinate federal, state and NGO grant opportunities for additional program and project funding. Establish, negotiate, promote and administer incentive programs, submitted applications and oversee related budgets. Prepare board of county commissioner and redevelopment agency meeting agenda items with supporting backup materials. Identify needs for industry specific consultants or specialists, manage the request for proposal (RFP) process or contract negotiations whichever is appropriate. Research and compile demographic and economic data, prepares reports and conducts analysis to evaluate program, project impact and return on investment. Provide lead direction in initiating, planning, coordinating and leading various large, complex, multi-funded private and public economic development, redevelopment projects, and special research assignments. Recruit and attract new business and industry aligned with the county's strategic economic development plan. Work directly with a variety of stakeholders to diversify and expand the county's local economy. Provide exemplary client-focused customer service and relationship management. Represent the county's interest in public/private partnerships. Manage contracts for various types of projects from execution through completion. Identify real estate transactions and work with developers/investors on agreements that produce new investments within our community. Conduct exploratory real estate evaluations such as land-use/zoning checks, site visits, comparables review, and title checks; assists consultants, businesses, and developers with site selection services. Research and compile demographic and economic data, prepares reports and conducts analysis to evaluate program, project impact and return on investment. Assemble and deliver customized, marketing materials and presentations. Monitor local, national and international market indicators to inform decision making and strategic direction. Promote and administer incentive programs and submitted applications. Review plans, reports, prospect proposals, correspondence and related documents to submit to senior department staff for consideration. Maintain web site, press releases, social media, marketing materials and other forms of advertising. Engage with local business, industry organizations, chambers of commerce, non-profits and other community stakeholders to become a trusted resource and information repository. Coordinate and participate in trade shows, industry events, special events, ground breakings, ribbon cuttings, award ceremonies, panel discussions, community meetings, conferences and celebrations; helps with set up and tear down as necessary. Act as a liaison between client and other county departments servicing the client. Identify potential federal, state and NGO grant opportunities for additional program and project funding for consideration by department leadership. Maintain working knowledge of current economic development policy, skills, and best practices; watch for changing trends; engage in regular training and professional development to optimize work performance. Participate in regular staff and project focused meetings, maintain paper/electronic records and files in an orderly manner, complete necessary forms and paperwork as required. Uses standard office equipment including a computer, in the course of the work; may drive a County or personal motor vehicle or be able to arrange for appropriate transportation in order to attend off-site meetings and visit various work sites. PHYSICAL DEMANDS Mobility to work in a typical office setting, use standard office equipment, and be capable of driving a motor vehicle or arranging for transportation in order to attend off-site meetings and visit various work sites; vision to read printed materials and a computer screen; and hearing and speech to communicate in person or over the telephone. Accommodation may be made for some of these physical demands for otherwise qualified individuals who require and request such accommodation. Closing Date/Time: 9/6/2022 5:01 PM Pacific
King County, WA
Seattle, Washington, United States
Summary This is a Special Duty Assignment through December 31, 2022. The Administrator II will provide technical expertise, coordination, assistance and/or oversight on a broad range of administrative services supporting the Industrial Waste and Environmental Community Services unit and section, respectively, in the Wastewater Treatment Division. Special projects may include; digitization projects, along with monitoring schedule, scope and QA/QC issues, interfacing with County partners (WTD Finance, KCIT) and external entities (Ecology, 3rd party vendors, industrial users) and responsibilities for higher level administrative Industrial Waste functions. This position will be responsible for all phases of the Industrial Waste quarterly billings including the calculation of surcharges and CM&A fees, report compilation out of the PIMS database for billing requests to the local sewer agencies and answering any questions from WTD Finance as well as from industrial users. In addition to being responsible for the Industrial Waste billing program, the Administrator II will coordinate and be responsible for the surcharge treatment program including scheduling and leading the monthly meetings, taking minutes with follow-up action items, adding and deleting industrial users from the surcharge program based on various factors, and acting as a liaison between investigators and SMT to schedule new or additional sampling at various facilities and updating the database with sampling work orders accordingly. The Administrator II will be responsible for updating/revising and adding new templates, shells and reports and act as the system administrator for the PIMS database and the liaison with KCIT staff. The Administrator II will be responsible for the program's annual pretreatment report compilation and transmission to WTD Director and Ecology. Job Duties Develop and coordinate programs or projects for assigned work unit. Participate in strategic planning efforts and help develop and/or revise policies and procedures for assigned work unit. Research and analyze financial data, including identifying revenues, expenditures and discrepancies and conducting some basic forecasting; prepare financial reports and make corrections within established parameters. Analyze and evaluate data for assigned research projects and technical systems, assess program models and prepare summary reports. Interpret and provide management with information on current administrative policies and procedures and legislation. Develop routine contract specifications, including scope of work. Participate in planning and marketing and in providing business and support services for assigned work unit. Develop and manage a project of limited scope within work unit. Prepare presentation materials and publications for internal and external use. Provide lead direction to assigned staff on a project basis. Provide technical expertise to other internal staff on a limited basis. Develop, implement and evaluate methods for monitoring existing and new administrative systems to support work activities at the unit, section, division and/or department levels. Represent the work unit, division or department on internal and external committees or task forces. Experience, Qualifications, Knowledge, Skills Working Conditions: Telecommuting Requirement The work associated with this position will be performed predominantly by telecommuting, with occasional onsite work and meetings, as influenced by business needs. Employee will have access to shared workspaces at various King County facilities. Employees must reside in WA state and within a reasonable distance to their King County worksite to respond to workplace reporting requirements. Employees will be provided with a County issued laptop and must maintain a workspace with an internet connection (access may be supplemented in some situations) where they can reliably perform work and remain available and responsive during scheduled work hours. Please note that when an employee conducts work that is likely to bring them in contact with another individual, safety precautions are required by the department in alignment with the Public Health Directive from the Seattle & King County Public Health Officer. King County is doing its part to reduce the spread of COVID-19 and remains committed to reducing our carbon footprint. To support employees during this time King County has a robust collection of tools and resources to support working remotely. The individual selected for this opportunity will be joining an innovative and progressive team. Work Location: Primarily teleworking and the King Street Center 201 S. Jackson St., Seattle WA 98104. There will be an expectation to travel to various worksites throughout King and South Snohomish County as needed for your work Work Schedule: This position is covered under the provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) and is overtime eligible. This full-time position works a 40-hour work week. Monday through Friday. Union Representation: This position is represented by Washington State Council of County and City Employees, Council 2, Local 1652R - Industrial and Hazardous Waste REQUIRED LICENSES, EXPERIENCE, QUALIFICATIONS, KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS: Minimum Qualifications: Three (3) years of increasingly responsible administrative experience or an equivalent combination of education and experience that include use of word processing, spreadsheets, presentation, calendaring, and data base management software. Demonstrated Information-gathering, analysis techniques, and principles for research assignments. Financial principles and practices / statistics / mathematical calculations. Verbal and written communication. Proficiency in the proofreading and editing of documents. Problem solving. In the use of personal computers and work-related software (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, SharePoint). In the use of virtual collaboration tools, including Microsoft Teams and SharePoint Demonstrated ability to take direction from multiple sources. Demonstrated ability to interpret, apply, and implement policies and procedures. To work effectively with a diverse group of individuals and to present information in a tactful and diplomatic manner. Demonstrated ability to self-direct workload by organizing multiple competing priorities and producing quality detailed work within tight time-frames. Competencies Required: Action Oriented - Readily takes action on challenges, without unnecessary planning. Identifies and seized new opportunities. Displays a can-do attitude in good and bad times. Steps up to handle tough issues. Nimble Learning - Learns quickly when facing new situations. Experiments to find new solutions. Takes on the challenge of unfamiliar tasks. Extracts lessons learned from failures and mistakes. Collaborates - Works cooperatively with others across the organization to achieve shared objectives. Represents own interests while being fair to others and their areas. Partners with others to get work done. Credits others for their contributions and accomplishments. Gains trust and support of others. Drives Results - Has a strong bottom-line orientation. Persists in accomplishing objectives despite obstacles and setbacks. Has a track record of exceeding goals successfully. Pushes self and helps others achieve results. Application Instructions: This is a Special Duty Assignment and is only open to Internal King County employees. Candidate in 1652R bargaining unit will receive first consideration. Application and Selection Process: Application materials will be screened for clarity, completeness including online application, cover letter and resume, and responsiveness to the list of qualifications, skills, and abilities. The most viable candidates may be invited to participate in one or more panel interviews. Applications without the following required materials may not be considered for this position. King County application Resume Cover Letter detailing your background and what you can bring to this position Responses to supplemental questions If you are interested in pursuing this position, please follow the application instructions carefully. If you need this announcement in an alternate language or format, would like to request accommodation or assistance in the application or assessment process, if you have questions related to this recruitment process, please contact at email@example.com Supplemental Information WHO ARE WE? WTD is committed to the principles of equity and social justice. We value diverse perspectives and life experiences in our workforce and are committed to building a culturally diverse and inclusive environment. WTD strives to provide equitable services to residents and businesses across King County. About the Wastewater Treatment Division (WTD): WTD protects water quality and public health in the central Puget Sound region by providing high quality treatment to wastewater collected from local sewer agencies. WTD includes 650 employees across multiple facilities and serves 1.5 million people. To our agency, success means clean water. It means honoring our legacy while keeping a promise to another generation that our beautiful environment will be there for them to enjoy. It also means being accountable to our ratepayers and operating a well-managed agency. To learn more about the Wastewater Treatment Division click on t he below links: http://www.kingcounty.gov/environment/wtd/About.aspx http://www.kingcounty.gov/environment/wtd/About/Vision.aspx WHY WORK FOR KING COUNTY? King County was named "Best-in-State Employer" in the Forbes magazine 2019, ranking 16 on the list of best employers in Washington State, visit Awards given to King County to see more! King County's Investing in YOU initiative to build a workplace where ALL employees can thrive, and become the nation's Best Run Government. Enjoy a balanced life with benefits that support you! WHY IT'S WORTH TAKING A SECOND LOOK AT WORKING FOR KING COUNTY: http://kingcounty.gov/audience/employees/careers/why-work-here.aspx COMMITMENT TO EQUITY AND SOCIAL JUSTICE As the only jurisdiction in the world named after Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., one of the most influential civil rights leaders in our nation's history, King County is a vibrant international community with residents that represent countries from around the world. It is a region with increasing diversity that cherishes the traditions of many cultures. We have a deep commitment to equity and social justice and advancing practices, strategies, and policies that promote fairness, justice, and opportunity for all - in our workplaces and our communities. With this commitment, King County has adopted a pro-equity agenda to advance regional change and ensure that residents from vulnerable communities are incorporated into our emergency planning and public outreach efforts. To learn more, please visit: http://www.kingcounty.gov/elected/executive/equity-social-justice.aspx Forbes recently named King County as one of Washington State's best employers. Together, with leadership and our employees, we're changing the way government delivers service and winning national recognition as a model of excellence. Are you ready to make a difference? Come join the team dedicated to serving one of the nation's best places to live, work and play. Guided by our "True North" , we are making King County a welcoming community where every person can thrive. We value diversity, inclusion and belonging in our workplace and workforce. To reach this goal we are committed to workforce equity. Equitable recruiting, support, and retention is how we will obtain the highest quality workforce in our region; a workforce that shares and will help advance our guiding principles--we are one team; we solve problems; we focus on the customer; we drive for results; we are racially just; we respect all people; we lead the way; and we are responsible stewards. We encourage people of all backgrounds and identities to apply, including Native American and people of color, immigrants, refugees, women, LGBTQ+, people living with disabilities, and veterans. Covid-19 Vaccination Requirement As of October 18, 2021, most* King County employees are required to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. If hired, you will be required to submit proof of vaccination by October 18th. People are considered fully vaccinated two weeks after their second dose in a two-dose series or two weeks after a single-dose vaccine. Employees may make requests for a reasonable accommodation based on a medical disability or for sincerely held religious beliefs. Philosophical, political, scientific, or sociological objections to vaccination will not be considered for an exemption or accommodation. This directive applies to employees in the Executive branch*, the Assessor's Office, Elections, the King County Sheriff's Office, and the Executive Office. King County is an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Employer No person is unlawfully excluded from employment opportunities based on race, color, religion, national origin, sex (including gender identity, sexual orientation and pregnancy), age, genetic information, disability, veteran status, or other protected class. Our EEO policy applies to all employment actions, including but not limited to recruitment, hiring, selection for training, promotion, transfer, demotion, layoff, termination, rates of pay or other forms of compensation. Closing Date/Time: 8/22/2022 11:59 PM Pacific
City and County of Denver
Denver, Colorado, United States
About Our Job Please apply soon, as this position will close without advance notice once wereceivea sufficient number of qualified candidates. This is a limited position with an end date of June 30, 2025. The Denver Economic Development & Opportunity (DEDO) is a driving force that advances economic prosperity for the City of Denver, its businesses, neighborhoods and residents through purposeful and intentional economic development that: (1) broadens the tax base; (2) stimulates balanced economic growth through business assistance, neighborhood revitalization and the development of a skilled workforce; and (3) focuses on innovation, sustainability and education. Denver Workforce Services, as a division within DEDO serves as a comprehensive employment and training resource for employers, jobseekers, and businesses throughout Denver. Having created a strong collaboration with local partners, we connect jobseekers with needed skills to secure sustainable employment, and we connect employers with a trained and ready workforce. Our team directly serves our diverse customers in high volume and fast-paced environments. As a Workforce Resource Room Coordinator, you will work in the Resource Room within the Denver Workforce Center where you will use your extraordinary customer service skills to provide a great first impression of our services to job seekers upon arrival. Our team directly serves our diverse customers in high volume and fast-paced environments. Primarily, you will assess job seeker needs and direct to appropriate services. You may also screen, direct calls, maintain referral logs and serve customers in our reception area. This is a high volume, customer facing role that focuses on encouraging and empowering job seekers to utilize the self-help resources we provide and guiding the customer experience. What you will do: Greet and check in customers (job seekers and employers) upon arrival to the resource room Assess and direct customer needs to the appropriate services Provide technical assistance for customers accessing the resource room’s computer bank and equipment Interact with customers via phone, email, face to face, and one on one Interact with internal staff and external employers and community partners On average, Denver Workforce Services, sees approximately 1,905 job seekers in the resource room per month. The Resource Room is a one-stop environment within the workforce center for job seekers to access the following resources: Full bank of computers Copy, fax services and phone Hotline services Job postings and hiring events Resume software programs Research job opportunities Denver Workforce Services commits to serving the needs of the customer and their experience, through genuine and deliberate interactions. Upon arrival to departure, the customer will have experienced a welcoming and supportive environment. This position requires an online assessment or test. Once you complete your application, if you meet the qualification for the position you will receive an email from AssessmentTeam@denvergov.org with a link to the assessment or test. We recommend that you add AssessmentTeam@denvergov.org to your safe sender list. If you do not receive the email within 30 minutes of applying, please contact AssessmentTeam@denvergov.org . About You Our Ideal Candidate has: Occupational Competencies Customer Service: Daily interaction with customers while working to develop and foster relationships through professional, courteous, and efficient service delivery through all aspects of the customer relationship via in person, phone, and or e-mail. Utilize effective listening and communication skills to identify and/or resolve customer inquiries and concerns directly or by referring to the appropriate staff member. Provides one-on-one assistance as needed. Clerical duties: 3+ years of administrative tasks such as phone handling, filing, typing, responding to emails, drafting reports and organizing. Different communication channels: Make use of various types of communication channels such as verbal, handwritten, digital and telephonic communication with the purpose of constructing and sharing ideas or information. Office software: Experience with the characteristics and functioning of Microsoft Office and other data software. Computer Essentials: Proficient and competent using computers, keyboard, mouse. Experience trouble shooting simple computer-based issues. Foundational Competencies Active Listening: Giving full attention to what other people are saying, taking time to understand the points being made, asking questions as appropriate, and not interrupting at inappropriate times. Coordination: Encouraging workshop and event participation. Providing overview of all career center services. Referring & directing customers to appropriate external resources when necessary. Monitoring: Monitoring/Assessing performance of yourself, other individuals, or organizations to make improvements or take corrective action. Reading Comprehension: Understanding written sentences and paragraphs in work related documents. Speaking: Talking to others to convey information effectively. Staying Calm: Provide clients with guidance in handling difficult or complex problems or in resolving escalated complaints or disputes. Team Player: Collaborate with team members and contribute to team tasks Standing/Sitting: Ability to stand and/or sit for long periods of time Occupational Competencies Bilingual: Spanish speaking Computer Essentials: Proficient in Connecting Colorado Foundational Competencies Critical Thinking: Using logic and reasoning to identify the strengths and weaknesses of alternative solutions, conclusions or approaches to problems. Instructing: Teaching others how to do something. Judgment and Decision Making: Considering the relative costs and benefits of potential actions to choose the most appropriate one. Social Perceptiveness: Being aware of others' reactions and understanding why they react as they do. Problem Solving: Responds to problems, issues and opportunities as they are identified. We recognize your time is valuable, so please do not apply unless you meet the following required minimum qualifications: Education Requirement: Graduation from high school or the possession of a GED, HiSET or TASC Certificate. Experience Requirement: Three (3) years of full performance office support/clerical work (type and level of an Administrative Support Assistant III). Education & Experience Requirement: Additional appropriate education may be substituted for the minimum experience requirements. Licensure & Certifications: Requires a valid Driver's License at the time of application. Licenses and certifications must be kept current as a condition of employment. About Everything Else Job Profile CC1503 Administrative Support Assistant IV To view the full job profile including position specifications, physical demands, and probationary period, click here . Position Type Limited (Fixed Term) Position Salary Range $20.47 - $30.71 Starting Pay $20.47 - $25.00/hour, based on education and experience Agency Denver Economic Development & Opportunity Assessment Requirement Administrative Professional The City and County of Denver provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, genetic information, age, or any other status protected under federal, state, and/or local law. For information about right to work, click here for English or here for Spanish.
City of Harrisonburg, VA
Harrisonburg, VA, USA
The City Manager serves as the chief executive officer and administrative head of the City government and as such, is responsible to the City Council for the overall daily operations, service delivery, and administration of all City affairs. The City Manager reports to the City Council and directly supervises 17 executive-level positions, all members of the Executive Leadership Team (ELT), including a Deputy City Manager and an Assistant to the City Manager.
CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
Sacramento, California, United States
Job Description and Duties HCD values diversity at all levels of the organization and is committed to fostering an environment in which employees from a variety of backgrounds, cultures, and personal experiences are welcomed and can thrive. HCD believes the diversity of our employees and their unique ideas inspire innovative solutions to further our mission. Join HCD and help us improve the lives of all Californians. Please Note: A Statement of Qualifications must be submitted along with your application in order to be considered for this position. Please see “special requirements” section for statement of qualifications instructions. Per CCR 249.3, this job control may be used to fill subsequent vacancies. This position is eligible for hyrbid telework under Government Code 14200 for eligible applicants residing in California. Under the general direction of the Staff Services Manager II (SSMII), the incumbent independently provides high-level expertise, research and analysis on technical aspects of the programs and policies of the Division of Financial Assistance (DFA) with a focus on Homelessness Programs. The incumbent functions as an advisor and lead technical staff to assist with the most complex loan closings during all phases of multifamily loan/grant closings including analysis, oversight, underwriting, change approval, construction and permanent loan/grant closing and disbursement phase of the multifamily housing projects for the DFA. You will find additional information about the job in the Duty Statement . Minimum Requirements You will find the Minimum Requirements in the Class Specification. HOUSING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT SPECIALIST I Additional Documents Job Application Package Checklist Duty Statement Position Details Job Code #: JC-321537 Position #(s): 401-272-9035-001 401-272-9035-002 Working Title: Telework Option - Loan Closing Specialist Classification: HOUSING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT SPECIALIST I $6,061.00 - $7,587.00 # of Positions: Multiple Work Location: Sacramento County Job Type: Permanent, Full Time Department Information The mission of the Department of Housing and Community Development (HCD) is to promote safe, affordable homes and vibrant, inclusive, sustainable communities for all Californians. To learn more about HCD, please visit us at our website: http://www.hcd.ca.gov . HCD is headquartered in Natomas just North of Downtown Sacramento in a state of the art ‘green’ building directly off Interstate 5 (I-5). Featuring free parking and fully equipped pay-per-charge electric vehicle charging stations, HCD is situated close to many dining and shopping choices and is a short drive to Downtown, the State Capitol, the Golden 1 Center and Old Sacramento. HCD is family friendly and situated in close proximity to the Napa Valley, San Francisco, Lake Tahoe, and other desirable destinations. Department Website: https://www.hcd.ca.gov/ Special Requirements Click on the following link to complete a department recruitment survey: Recruitment Survey . Employment Application (STD.678) It is a requirement to submit work experience, dates, and hours worked, contact names and phone numbers of supervisors on the state application. Resume’s or other documents cannot substitute a state application. Applicants who fail to submit a completed STD. 678 will not be considered. Statement of Qualifications (SOQ) Interested individuals must submit a Statement of Qualifications (SOQ) in addition to the standard state application (form STD 678). Your SOQ will be considered the first interview for this position. If your qualifications are competitive, you will be invited to a formal interview. Resumes, cover letters, or any other documents cannot substitute the SOQ . When completing the SOQ, number your responses , include all relevant experience, education, and training, as applicable, and explain all answers thoroughly. Your SOQ should not exceed two pages, single-spaced, Arial 12-point font and address the following : What skills do you believe are most critical to be successful in this position? Please describe your experience in using those skills. How would you handle a situation when there is difficulty communicating with each other and working as a team? What actions would you take to resolve this problem? Please view the California Department of Human Resources (CalHR) YouTube video titled "Basics of Writing a Strong Statement of Qualifications" for instructions on completing an SOQ. Basics of Writing a Strong Statement of Qualifications HCD Disclosure Requirements Selected candidates may be subject to rules imposed by a Conflict of Interest Code that apply to HCD employees, which may require filing a Statement of Economic Interest (Form 700). Application Instructions Completed applications and all required documents must be received or postmarked by the Final Filing Date in order to be considered. Dates printed on Mobile Bar Codes, such as the Quick Response (QR) Codes available at the USPS, are not considered Postmark dates for the purpose of determining timely filing of an application. Final Filing Date: 8/25/2022 Who May Apply Individuals who are currently in the classification, eligible for lateral transfer, eligible for reinstatement, have list eligibility, are in the process of obtaining list eligibility, or have SROA and/or Surplus eligibility (please attach your letter, if available). SROA and Surplus candidates are given priority; therefore, individuals with other eligibility may be considered in the event no SROA or Surplus candidates apply. Individuals who are eligible for a Training and Development assignment may also be considered for this position(s). Applications will be screened and only the most qualified applicants will be selected to move forward in the selection process. Applicants must meet the Minimum Qualifications stated in the Classification Specification(s). How To Apply Complete Application Packages (including your Examination/Employment Application (STD 678) and applicable or required documents) must be submitted to apply for this Job Posting. Application Packages may be submitted electronically through your CalCareer Account at www.CalCareers.ca.gov. When submitting your application in hard copy, a completed copy of the Application Package listing must be included. If you choose to not apply electronically, a hard copy application package may be submitted through an alternative method listed below: Address for Mailing Application Packages You may submit your application and any applicable or required documents to: Department of Housing & Community Development Attn: Talent Acquisition | JC 321537 P.O. Box 952050 Sacramento , CA 94252-2050 Address for Drop-Off Application Packages You may drop off your application and any applicable or required documents at: Department of Housing & Community Development Talent Acquisition | JC 321537 2020 W. El Camino Ave. (Lobby) Sacramento , CA 95833 08:00 AM - 05:00 PM Required Application Package Documents The following items are required to be submitted with your application. Applicants who do not submit the required items timely may not be considered for this job: Current version of the State Examination/Employment Application STD Form 678 (when not applying electronically), or the Electronic State Employment Application through your Applicant Account at www.CalCareers.ca.gov. All Experience and Education relating to the Minimum Qualifications listed on the Classification Specification should be included to demonstrate how you meet the Minimum Qualifications for the position. Resume is required and must be included. Statement of Qualifications - Please see Statement of Qualifications section. Applicants requiring reasonable accommodations for the hiring interview process must request the necessary accommodations if scheduled for a hiring interview. The request should be made at the time of contact to schedule the interview. Questions regarding reasonable accommodations may be directed to the EEO contact listed on this job posting. Desirable Qualifications In addition to evaluating each candidate's relative ability, as demonstrated by quality and breadth of experience, the following factors will provide the basis for competitively evaluating each candidate: Knowledge of and experience in loan underwriting, loan document analysis, escrow, negotiation, appraisals, funds disbursal and loan-related report production. Ability to effectively interpret regulations, guidelines and policies associated with various affordable housing programs. Demonstrated ability to communicate clearly to all audiences (stakeholders, lenders, developers, HCD staff and management, etc.) regarding various affordable housing-related issues. Effective self-starter who is also able to work collaboratively when appropriate. Ability to prioritize workload without direction as needed to meet deadlines. Benefits HCD employees are eligible for a number of benefits. Health benefits and leave programs are available for most permanent, full-time employees and some permanent, part-time employees. Benefit eligibility may depend on length of service and may be subject to collective bargaining agreements, which are contracts negotiated between the State of California and employee organizations that define employees' wages, hours, and conditions of employment. Some added benefits HCD offers include: Flexible Work Hours, Telework Opportunities, Free Parking, Health, Dental & Vision Benefits, Paid Sick & Vacation, Retirement, Basic Group Term Life Insurance, Employee Assistance Program, 11 Paid Holidays, 401(k) & 457 plans, Military Leave, Student Loan Forgiveness, Long Term Care, Group Legal Services, and Reimbursement Accounts. For more details about employee benefits, visit the California Department of Human Resources website. Contact Information The Hiring Unit Contact is available to answer questions regarding the position or application process. Department Website: https://www.hcd.ca.gov/ Hiring Unit Contact: Talent Acquisition | JC 321537 (916) 263-6735 Careers@hcd.ca.gov Please direct requests for Reasonable Accommodations to the interview scheduler at the time the interview is being scheduled. You may direct any additional questions regarding Reasonable Accommodations or Equal Employment Opportunity for this position(s) to the Department's EEO Office. EEO Contact: Medical Management Unit (RA Requests) (916) 263-6735 Medical.Management@hcd.ca.gov California Relay Service: 1-800-735-2929 (TTY), 1-800-735-2922 (Voice) TTY is a Telecommunications Device for the Deaf, and is reachable only from phones equipped with a TTY Device. Additional Information To become 'list eligible' for consideration, interested candidates must successfully pass a civil service exam. You may apply and take the exam online at CalCareers . If you're new to the state application process please visit 3 Steps to a State Job . Equal Opportunity Employer The State of California is an equal opportunity employer to all, regardless of age, ancestry, color, disability (mental and physical), exercising the right to family care and medical leave, gender, gender expression, gender identity, genetic information, marital status, medical condition, military or veteran status, national origin, political affiliation, race, religious creed, sex (includes pregnancy, childbirth, breastfeeding and related medical conditions), and sexual orientation. It is an objective of the State of California to achieve a drug-free work place. Any applicant for state employment will be expected to behave in accordance with this objective because the use of illegal drugs is inconsistent with the law of the State, the rules governing Civil Service, and the special trust placed in public servants. Closing Date/Time: 8/25/2022
CITY OF BUENA PARK, CA
Buena Park, California, United States
JOB BULLETIN *Applications will be accepted on a CONTINUOUS BASIS with a first review date of August 22, 2022. * Candidates are encouraged to a pply early as this position may close at any time without notice. The Buena Park Community Center is hiring for customer service oriented Community Services Leaders The Buena Park Community Center is hiring for a customer service oriented Community Services Leader for its evening and weekend shifts to ensure the facility’s needs are met and the high quality of service the public deserves. The Community Services leaders also provide support to the Cultural & Fine Arts Division and City wide special events. The Community Center requires a kind, friendly, proactive, responsible and hardworking problem solvers who enjoy working with a variety of people. The ideal candidate represents the City’s core values of Excellence, Communication, Teamwork, Commitment, Respect, Integrity and Equity when serving the public with facility rentals and recreation programs. THE POSITION This position works approximately 15-20 hours per week. The current position is in our Fine Arts division of the Community Center. This position requires the availability to work nights, holidays, and weekend work assignments. Under general direction, the Community Services Leaders assists patrons with classes and registration; assists in preparing for facility rentals, special events, cultural programs, and other related activities including coordinating activities, moving and setting up of tables, chairs and various equipment; coordinates the issuance, use, care and maintenance of equipment and supplies; assists in implementing recreation activities, including games, sports, crafts, special events and other related activities; may assist in the preparation of food for the senior lunch program; may serve in a leadership capacity, training and coordinating the work of part-time and volunteer staff; may perform maintenance work; responds to public inquiries to tour City facilities and reviews policies and procedures for the facility rental; serves as a point of contact for all aspects of event preparation to ensure success, and to confirm that facility pre-and-post-event procedures have been completed thoroughly and with expediency; may perform light custodial duties such as restocking restrooms, spot cleaning carpets, cleaning windows, mopping, sweeping and vacuuming and other related work as assigned. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to walk, run, stand or sit. The employee is occasionally required to use hands to touch, handle, or operate objects, tools, or controls; the employee may be required to climb, balance, stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl; must be able to move up to 50 pounds; may be exposed to wet and/or humid conditions, toxic or caustic chemicals. QUALIFICATIONS GUIDELINES Knowledge of: Meeting and conference planning procedures and operations; effective customer service techniques; office administration practices and procedures; correct English usage, including spelling, grammar and punctuation; record keeping and filing techniques; conflict resolution techniques; audio and visual equipment used in City facilities. Ability to: Ensure that all events are scheduled in the City's reservation system, including all booking details, services, and equipment needs; completing room set-ups and tear downs, inspection of event space to verify appearance and cleanliness; respond to requests and inquiries from the general public about the facility; coordinate logistical support with service providers, including security, maintenance, classroom support, and catering; ensure provisions and installation of required equipment and confirmation of services for set-up and testing of equipment such as internet access, audio/visual, tables, and chairs; work independently in the absence of constant, direct supervision; operate standard office equipment; use word processing or spreadsheet application programs; proofread basic documents; organize and maintain office records and specialized files; communicate effectively, both orally and in writing; understand and follow instructions; enter and prepare clear and accurate data for records and reports; establish and maintain effective working relationships with patrons, co-workers, supervisors, management, vendors, general public, and others encountered in the course of work. EDUCATION/TRAINING/EXPERIENCE Any education, training or experience which would provide the required knowledge and abilities. A typical way to obtain these would be direct experience in leadership, volunteerism or participation in recreational activities. Minimum age requirement is sixteen (16) years of age or older at the time of application. LICENSES/CERTIFICATES/SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS All applicants must be a minimum of sixteen (16) years of age or older at the time of application. APPLICANT INFORMATION/EXAM WEIGHT Applicants must file a concise and complete City application regarding their qualifications for the position online through the Human Resources Department web page at www.buenapark.com/hr as soon as possible. Applications may be accompanied by a resume describing experience, education, and training in relation to the requirements of the position, however, resumes will not be accepted in lieu of a City employment application. All applications will be reviewed and only those candidates determined to be most qualified on the basis of experience and education, as submitted, will be invited to participate in the selection process. The selection process may include but is not limited to an oral interview and/or written exams and oral presentations. Successful candidates will be placed on the employment eligible list from which hires may be made. The list is valid for up to one year unless exhausted sooner. The City of Buena Park is an Equal Opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, ancestry, national origin, gender, marital status, sexual orientation, religion, age, veteran status or disability. The City of Buena Park Alcohol and Drug Abuse Policy requires that all applicants undergo drug and alcohol testing prior to employment. Below is a list of key benefits offered to part-time, seasonal, and limited service employees of the City of Buena Park and is only a summary of benefits. They are not intended to replace or modify the legal plan documents on file in the Human Resources Department. SALARY RANGE: Composed of six (6) steps - Entry step through E step (Except management positions). Each step represents an increase of approximately five (5) percent. RETIREMENT: Provided through deferred compensation 457 plan administered by Nationwide Retirement Solutions. Employee pays member contribution of 3.75%. The City matches the employee's contribution of 3.75%. EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM: Available to all City employees and their immediate families. OC CREDIT UNION: Available to all City employees and their families. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
City of Scottsdale, Arizona
Scottsdale, Arizona, United States
Introduction About the Position Provides customer service to the public, developers, contractors, engineers and others in person at the counter, over the telephone, and via the internet. A person in this position may be assigned to perform duties at the One Stop Counter, Addressing, Records, or Inspection Services. Requires the ability to multi-task, within systems and between tasks on a daily basis. Selection Process: The application and supplemental questions are an integral part of the selection process, and must be completed in full in order for you to be considered as a candidate. Please complete each section and answer all questions as thoroughly as possible. DO NOT state "See resume" in lieu of answering. Unanswered questions, incomplete responses, omissions, or partial information may result in disqualification from the selection process. Applicants whose education, training and experience most closely meet the needs of the position may be invited to participate in a selection process to include a panel interview and an assessment exercise. Successful candidates will receive a post-offer, pre-employment background screening to include: - Fingerprinting - Criminal Background screening for the past 7 years Click here to review the entire job description. The City of Scottsdale reserves the right to change this process at any time, potentially without advance notice. PLEASE NOTE: Years of experience are based on a work schedule of 2,080 hours per year for full-time positions and 1,040 hours per year for part-time positions, and while work experience may substitute for education on a year-for-year basis, depending upon the job classification, education may not be substituted for work experience. Minimum Qualifications Education and Experience: A high school diploma or General Educational Development (GED)equivalent. Any combination of education and experience equivalent to one year of public contact and/or telephone experience. Licensing, Certifications and Other Requirements: Every person employed by the City of Scottsdale shall reside in the State of Arizona during his or her active employment by the City, regardless of whether the employee is approved to remote work. Essential Functions Performs duties and responsibilities commensurate with assigned functional area which may include, but are not limited to, any combination of the following: Calculates fees, accepts and receives payments owed to the City, and completes daily balancing of payments. Retrieves, inputs, and monitors customer data and history by accessing numerous computer screens and databases. Keeps accurate records pertaining to the status of commercial and residential site plans, building plans and subdivision review plans. Records: Accumulates, validates, and maintains departmental records including case files, permits, FEMA, asbuilts, plans, and maps. Conforms to state record retention requirements by digitally formatting, maintaining, and purging records. Conducts research to fulfill requests for public records from both internal and external clients. Assists the public over the phone, at the counter, and via the internet with engineering records questions, research and information. Assigns addresses. Work Environment/Physical Demands The physical demands and work environment characteristics described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this position or that an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this position. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Most work is performed in a City office/customer service counter environment. Lift and carry materials weighing up to 50 pounds. Travel to/from meetings and various locations. EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY: It is the policy of the city to provide employment opportunities to all persons based solely on ability, regardless of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity or disability. When advised, reasonable accommodations will be made in order for an "otherwise qualified applicant" with a disability to participate in any phase of the recruitment process. Please contact Human Resources to request an accommodation. Persons with a disability may request a reasonable accommodation by contacting HR Receptionist at (480) 312-2491. Requests should be made 24 hours in advance or as early as possible to allow time to arrange the accommodation. For TTY users, the Arizona Relay Service (1-800-367-8939) may contact HR Receptionist at (480) 312-2491. This position description does not constitute an employment agreement between the employer and employee and is subject to change by the employer as the needs of the employer and requirements of the position change. Closing Date/Time: 8/18/2022 11:59 PM Arizona
City of Des Moines, Iowa
Des Moines, Iowa, United States
Distinguishing Features of the Class The principal function of an employee in this class is to plan, manage, coordinate and facilitate the successful implementation of economic development projects for the City. Under direction, to manage, negotiate and facilitate the public actions necessary for designated economic development projects that retain and/or create new jobs and increase the City's tax base; to perform directly related work as required. Acceptable Experience and Training Graduation from an accredited college or university with a Bachelor's Degree in Business, Public Administration, Finance, Urban Planning or a related field; and Considerable experience in Economic Development, Real Estate or a related field; or Any equivalent combination of experience and training which provides the knowledge, skills and abilities necessary to perform the work. NOTE: Transcripts verifying degree conferred need to be submitted to the City of Des Moines Human Resources Department; electronically to firstname.lastname@example.org , by fax to 515-237-1680, or by mail to 1551 E MLK Jr Pkwy, Des Moines, IA 50317 by the application deadline . Required Special Qualifications Candidates for positions in this class must pass a post-employment offer physical examination and drug screen; Possession of a valid Iowa driver's license or evidence of equivalent mobility. Examples of Essential Work (Illustrative Only) Participates in and/or conducts negotiations with developers, businesses, and others regarding the public participation necessary for desired economic development; Analyzes financial and market feasibility data on projects under negotiation including project proformas, sources and uses of funds, cash flow analysis, security provisions, business profitability, underwriting, and related data; Works with others to assemble cost estimates for various public actions such as land acquisition, relocation, demolition, and public improvements; Researches and performs cost comparison analyses between proposed City development sites and alternative or competing development sites; Conducts tax and public benefit analyses for economic development projects; Prepares detailed written reports and recommendations for presentation to Mayor and Council, City Manager, developers, businesses, advisory boards, and community groups; Makes oral presentations to public and private groups; Serves as staff to Council-appointed advisory Boards; Participates in meetings with developers, businesses, citizens, community leaders, and City personnel on economic development projects and programs; Assists City Legal Staff in preparation of Development Agreements; Assists consultants on issues involving economic and market feasibility, and project implementation; Establishes project schedules, project budgets, and compliance requirements; Serves as a central point of contact for businesses, developers and contractors who use City economic development services including financial assistance, site selection assistance, urban renewal, and other municipal actions and services related to a specific project; Utilizes and develops financing sources including tax increment, Federal CDBG funds, State of Iowa funds, Small Business Administration, private sector contributions, and other economic development assistance; Prepares grant applications for economic development projects; Markets programs to bankers, real estate professionals, neighborhood groups, developers and others; Performs other directly related duties consistent with the role and function of the classification. Closing Date/Time: 8/26/2022 4:00 PM Central
SANTA CLARA COUNTY, CA
San Jose, California, United States
Under supervision, to assist the Mental Health professional staff by performing a variety of support tasks involving the diagnosis and treatment of mental health clients in mental health centers, the home or community setting. Please Note: Applicants who meet the employment standards will be invited to take an online written examination tentatively scheduled for the week of August 30, 2022. Learn more about Santa Clara Health System at: www.scvmc.org , https://oconnor.verity.org/OCH/ , https://stlouise.verity.org/SLRH Follow us on: Twitter I @scvmctalent Facebook I facebook.com/SCVMC LinkedIn | linkedin.com/ scvmc Typical Tasks Observes clients in individual and group settings to obtain information regarding the individual's basic mental health related needs or problems; Develops a thorough understanding of the Mental Health system of care, and how to assist appropriate individuals to access this system; Assists professional staff as needed in dealing with crisis situations; Assists professional staff as needed in the evaluation of client behavior; Reads client's case histories and intake data to become familiar with their needs, problems, and progress; Confers with professional staff members in order to evaluate client's needs and problems and to review treatment plans and client progress; Arranges for or provides transportation of clients; May see clients in their homes or in community settings; Coordinates access to benefits, medical services, independent living skills, correctional system, community resources, other regulatory agencies, housing, educational and employment services and prepares relevant documentation; Participates in case discussions at staff meetings to provide feedback regarding treatment and to suggest specific courses of actions; Identifies and organizes community members interested in mental health issues and encourages them to participate in community focused mental health planning; Serves as a resource person to consumers regarding various community programs by providing information and linkage to the programs; May speak to community groups regarding mental health problems, mental health resources, and programs and encourages their active participation and cooperation; Ensures that follow-up treatment or service is made available to clients; Assists in gathering data for program evaluation and research; Assists in the planning of new mental health programs; Participates in the instruction, orientation, and assignment of work to Community Workers; May act as interpreter in contacts involving non-English speaking residents; Attends on-the-job-training sessions; Attends appropriate staff and in-service meetings; Performs other related duties as required. Employment Standards Education or experience that directly demonstrates the ability to perform the above tasks and the possession and application of the following knowledge and abilities. Experience Note: A qualified applicant would typically acquire the necessary knowledge and abilities with training and experience equivalent to two years experience comparable to a Community Worker -PLUS- 30 semester units in Mental Health or a related field such as Behavioral or Social Sciences, Health, Probation, Alcohol & Drug, Social Work. One additional year of experience as a Community Worker dealing with mental health clients may substitute for the education. Possession of a valid California driver's license prior to appointment. Knowledge of: Basic knowledge of mental health disorders and mental health treatments; Routine rehabilitation techniques in both individual and group situations; Principles and practices of supervision; General departmental procedures and policies; Available community resources; Ability to: Work effectively with professional and other staff members; Explain detailed instructions through interaction in individual or group situations; Instruct, orient, and supervise the work of subordinate personnel; Plan programs of moderate complexity; Establish and maintain effective relationships with clients and other community residents; Record and maintain accurate records. Closing Date/Time: 8/17/2022 11:59 PM Pacific
City of San Jose
United States, California, San Jose
Per the City’s COVID19 Mandatory Vaccination Policy, the City requires all employees starting on or after February 11, 2022, to provide proof of vaccination as a condition of employment absent a documented medical and/or religious exemption. Proof of vaccination means that employees are required to be “up-to-date” with regards to the COVID-19 vaccine. Consistent with the Santa Clara County Public Health Order issued on December 28, 2021, "up-to-date" means that an employee is not only "fully vaccinated," but has also obtained any booster doses of a COVID-19 vaccination for which they are eligible, within 15 days of first becoming eligible. Please note that applications are currently not accepted through CalOpps or any other third-party job board application system. To apply, applicants must complete an application via the City of San Jose’s website at www.sanjoseca.gov/citycareers. The actual salary shall be determined by the final candidate’s qualifications and experience. In addition to the starting salary, employees in the Community Services Supervisor classification shall also receive an approximate five percent (5%) ongoing non-pensionable compensation pay. Parks, Recreation, and Neighborhood Services department (PRNS) is recruiting to fill a Community Services Supervisor position to directly manage programs related to the Mayor’s Gang Prevention Task Force (MGPTF) Youth Intervention Services Programs. The position will report directly to the Recreation Superintendent. Job duties for the positions include but are not limited to: Oversee Youth Intervention Services which includes a budget of over $2.5 million (including grants) Supervise approximately 6-20 full-time non-management staff Manage multiple programs and Community Lead efforts Manage and implement the recommendations within the 2019 MGPTF audit Utilize best practices to manage contracts and meet program goals and outcomes Manage other MGTPF programs as needed This recruitment may be used to fill multiple positions in this, or other divisions or departments. If you are interested in employment in this classification, you should apply to ensure you are considered for additional opportunities that may utilize the applicants from this recruitment.
CITY OF TEMECULA, CA
City of Temecula, California, United States
Position Description The City of Temecula Community Development Department is hiring a Community Development Technician II, who under general supervision, provides excellent customer service to the business community, homeowners, contractors, developers, and co-workers. The Community Development Technician II is responsible for processing and issuing building, plumbing, electrical and mechanical permits for the Building & Safety division, assisting the public by explaining permit submittal and approval requirements, and calculating and reviewing permit fee estimates. The ideal candidate will have experience working in a fast paced, dynamic environment. Candidate must be detail-oriented, organized, and be able to prioritize tasks. Candidate must be able to share work, collaborate and work cohesively with several peers in the same position as well as work independently on complex assignments. The position may be filled as Community Development Technician I or II, dependent upon candidate qualifications. DEFINITION Under general supervision, performs responsible para-professional technical duties; maintains records, coordinates permit activities with Building Inspectors, Fire Inspectors, Public Works staff and Planning staff. Calculate fees and work with Finance and Information Technology Departments. Assists the department with a wide range of tasks, including maintaining the Permitting system for calculating fees, extensive public service counter work, permit review and issuance, reviewing plans that are submitted for permits and minor planning duties. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS The Community Development Technician II is the Journey level classification in the Community Development Technician series. The employee works with general supervision and assumes responsibility for completion of assignments. The work is highly structured and requires the ability to independently and perform duties in accordance with established procedures. The Community Development Technician II is distinguished from the Community Development Technician I by the level of responsibility assumed and the complexity of duties assigned. SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND EXERCISED Community Development: General supervision is provided by the Director of Community Development or his/her designee. No supervision exercised. Examples of Duties EXAMPLES OF DUTIES (all assignments) : Duties may include, but are not limited to, the following: Performs tasks related to plan review processing and tracking, including maintenance of consultant records and accounts Provides information and responds to public inquiries and complaints at the public counter and on the telephone; provides assistance to the public, City staff and other governmental agencies Performs research and assists in production of reports; provides staff assistance for permit research and documentation; provides permit application materials to the public Inputs and tracks projects permit tracking software Maintains records and performs various administrative functions; provides application materials to the public and checks submitted materials to ensure acceptability for processing Creates and administers plan check files; prepares and organizes plans, permits and records for duplication and/or filing, as needed; routes plans to applicable reviewer and/or departments; assists with filing various documents Prepares and writes a variety of reports and documentation, including detailed Risk Management incident reports Performs other duties of a similar nature Community Development Duties: Issues building, plumbing, electrical and mechanical permits; assists public by explaining permit submittal and approval requirements Performs minor building plan checks for compliance with established policies and International/California Building Code Standards Calculates and reviews permit fee estimates; calculates development impact fees; coordinates deferred submittals Coordinates plan review and permit approvals with Building Inspectors and Planning staff, other City departments and outside agencies; review building plans prior to plan checking, as needed Minimum Qualifications EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE High School Diploma or equivalent; and two (2) years of professional experience in the development processing field, preferably in a municipal government environment. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES Knowledge of: Permitting software Collecting fees and monitoring fee schedules Principles and procedures of record keeping and reporting Research and report writing practices, including the use of statistics Principles and practices of customer service Occupational hazards and safety measures appropriate to work performed Community Development Knowledge of: Building and zoning codes and ordinances General Plan, city or urban planning concepts, processes and terminology, and application; zoning and land use concepts and terminology Skill to: Operate various types of standard office equipment, including a personal computer and related software Operate a motor vehicle in a safe manner Ability to: Interpret and explain drawings, maps, specifications, legal descriptions, policies and ordinances; accurately read site plans Calculate fees based upon the City’s codes, ordinances and fee schedules Perform basic arithmetical calculations with accuracy Maintain accurate records and files Retrieve and summarize numerical and statistical data Plan, organize, and prioritize projects and tasks to meet deadlines Communicate clearly and effectively, both orally and in writing; prepare comprehensive written reports Use proper English, spelling, grammar and punctuation Establish and maintain courteous, cooperative, and effective working relationships with those encountered in the course of work Use initiative and sound independent judgment within established guidelines Serve as emergency services worker in the event of an emergency LICENSES AND/OR CERTIFICATES Possession of a valid California Class C driver’s license and an acceptable driving record. ICC Permit Technician Certification. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS Satisfactory results from a background investigation and administrative screening. The administrative screening may include a pre-employment drug screening for positions which are designated as safety sensitive or security sensitive, including but not limited to being responsible for the care and custody of children and operating heavy equipment. Supplemental Information WORKING CONDITIONS & PHYSICAL DEMANDS : The physical and mental demands described here are representative of those that must be met by employees to successfully perform the essential functions of this class. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand and sit; talk or hear both in person and by telephone; use hands to finger, handle, feel or operate equipment needed to carry out duties of the position; and reach with hands and arms. The employee frequently stands or walks, and lifts and moves records and documents or objects weighing up to 50 pounds alone, and up to 100 pounds with assistance. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, color vision, and the ability to adjust focus. The employee is regularly required to use written and oral communication skills; read and interpret data; use math and mathematical reasoning; analyze and solve problems; learn and apply new information; perform highly detailed work on multiple, concurrent tasks; meet intensive and changing deadlines and interact with City staff, customers, vendors, contractors, and the public. The employee typically works in office conditions; the noise level is frequently quiet or moderately quiet, at or below 50 decibels. The employee occasionally works outdoors when conducting site inspections where construction and traffic noise can be above 70 decibels. This recruitment will establish an eligibility list which may be used to fill future vacancies in the same classification or below in the same classification series for both project and authorized positions. PLEASE NOTE: If you are a CalPERS annuitant, please be advised that this position does not meet the statutory criteria for post-retirement employment because the incumbent will be performing regular staff duties for an undetermined duration. Employment in this capacity would require you to rescind your retirement and reinstate as a current member of CalPERS. SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION : Flexibly Staffed: No FLSA Status: Non-exempt Conflict of Interest: Not Required Department: Community Development Bonding Required: No Benefit Summary for Full-Time Represented Employees Full-time represented employees enjoy a generous allotment of $1,800 per month to purchase a variety of benefit options detailed below. City Contributions The City provides a Health Flex Contribution (HFC) of $600 per month that may be used for enrollment in the City’s health, dental, or vision insurance, or a health flexible spending account. Any unused portion of the HFC will be forfeited. A Cafeteria Allotment of $1,200 per month may be used to pay premiums for health, dental, vision, mandatory group life and disability insurance, and health or dependent care flexible spending accounts. Any unused cafeteria allotment will be paid to the employee as taxable income. Health Insurance The City’s health plans are administered by CalPERS. We offer a variety of health plans, including HMOs and PPOs. Dental Insurance Dental coverage is offered through MetLife. Employees have the option of HMO or PPO plans with rich benefits at competitive rates. Vision Insurance EyeMed provides the City’s vision plan. In addition to extensive coverage at a low rate, EyeMed partners with service providers and retailers throughout the region. Life and AD&D Insurance All City employees are required to enroll in a basic life and AD&D group policy in the amount of $50,000. Additional life insurance is also available for employees and their family members. Short- and Long-Term Disability All City employees are required to enroll in short- and long-term disability insurance. This insurance pays 2/3 of the employee’s wages if the employee is off work due to an illness or injury outside of work. Flexible Spending Accounts The flexible spending accounts provided by the City allow you to pay for certain health and dependent care expenses with pre-tax dollars. Supplemental Plans Supplemental plans through Aflac can help you bridge the gap in your existing health insurance. Plans include Accident Indemnity, Hospital Indemnity and Critical Illness Protection. Retirement Authorized employees are enrolled in the California Public Employees Retirement System ( CalPERS ). The City offers the followingretirement plans depending upon eligibility: Classic Tier 1 Members: This category applies to employees hired by the City of Temecula before 9/24/11. The retirement formula is 2.7% @ 55 with an 8% employee contribution; however, the City pays 5% of the employee's contribution. Classic Tier 2: This category applies to employees hired by the City of Temecula on or after 9/24/11, and are considered "classic"CalPERSMembers . The retirement formula is 2% @ 60 with a 7% employee contribution; however, the City pays 4% of the employee's contribution. PEPRA Members: This category applies to employees who are hired by the City of Temecula after 1/1/13 and are new to CalPERS membership. The retirement formula is 2% @ 60 with a 7.25% employee contribution. Deferred Compensation Plans The City partners with both MissionSquare and Nationwide Retirement Solutions to provide you with additional options to fund your retirement. Comprehensive Annual Leave (CAL) The City encourages work/life balance. We offer paid Comprehensive Annual Leave (CAL) that can be used for rest and relaxation, personal business or personal/family illness. Holidays City employees receive a total of 13 paid holidays each calendar year. This includes 12 observed holidays and one floating holiday each year. Bonding Leave The City believes bonding with a new child is vitally important for families. Employees are provided up to eight weeks of bonding leave for the purpose of bonding with their child in connection with birth, adoption, or foster care placement. Bonding leave is paid at the rate of 2/3 of the employee’s base salary and may be used for up to one year following the birth, adoption or foster care placement. Tuition Reimbursement The City offers Tuition Reimbursement of up to $1,500 per fiscal year for job related education or training that will benefit the employee in their position. ComputerLoan Program After one full year of employment, the City provides employees with an interest-free loan of up to $2,000 to purchase a personal computer, iPad, or similar "computer tablet" device. Closing Date/Time: 8/23/2022 11:59 PM Pacific
CITY OF SEDONA, AZ
Sedona, AZ, US
Come join our team! The City of Sedona is now accepting resumes for the position of Administrative Assistant - Community Development . THE POSITION The Community Development Administrative Assistant provides administrative assistance to an upper level supervisor or administrator, performs a wide variety of responsible administrative and secretarial work in support of the department, and develops new systems or improves existing systems and procedures to increase department efficiency. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: 1. Assists in the development and administration of the departmental budget; forecasts funds needed for materials, equipment, and supplies; monitors and approves expenditures as appropriate, maintains an audit of supplies and orders from authorized distributors or companies when appropriate. 2. Participates in the creation and implementation of goals, objectives, policies and priorities related to the department. 3. Works in organized team efforts and assists in problem-solving work-related issues for continuous improvement in the department. 4. Provides support to City-related commissions, committees, and task forces. 5. Provides support services for assigned department, monitors workload, work activities, priorities, and deadlines. 6. Provides notices and reminders of scheduled appointments and coordinates meetings and locations. 7. Prepares, distributes, and posts meeting agendas; attends meetings and takes minutes; assists with the preparation and distribution of comprehensive staff reports; conducts surveys; prepares a variety of reports related to assigned departmental functions. 8. Maintains a calendar of activities, meetings, and events for assigned department; organizes and maintains accurate and current filing system. 9. Prepares, processes, and proofreads a variety of documents. 10. Operates, maintains, and orders supplies for a variety of office equipment. 11. Supports City projects, including assisting with grant applications. 12. Opens and distributes mail to department staff. 13. Assists staff with the procurement of necessary supplies, equipment, and other budgetary items. 14. Assists with vendors and contractors. 15. Possesses a high level of integrity and sense of ethics. 16. Maintains website content as assigned. 17. Performs related duties and responsibilities as required. QUALIFICATIONS Knowledge of: • Basic principles and practices of fiscal, statistical, and administrative data collection and report preparation. • Modern office procedures, methods, computer equipment and database software programs. • Public relations methods and techniques. • Principles and practices of meeting and agenda preparation. • Principles and procedures of record keeping and business letter writing. • English usage, spelling, grammar and punctuation. • Microsoft Office Suite. Ability to: • Work in organized team efforts and assist in problem-solving work-related issues for continuous improvement in work efforts. • Encourage and facilitate environment for building team efforts and problem solving of work-related issues by employees. • Ensure necessary training and other technical support for building an environment that encourages teams and continuous improvement. • Perform responsible administrative work involving the use of independent judgment and personal initiative. • Understand the organization and operation of the City and of outside agencies as necessary to assume assigned responsibilities. • Independently prepare correspondence and memoranda. • Perform general clerical work including the maintenance of appropriate records and compiling information for reports. • Respond to requests and inquiries from the public. • Interpret and apply administrative and departmental polices and procedures. • Work independently in the absence of supervision. • Operate and use office equipment including a computer. • Maintain confidential data and information. • Communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing. • Establish and maintain cooperative work relationships with those contacted in the course of work. • Maintain mental capacity that allows for effective interaction and communication with others. • Maintain effective audio/visual discrimination and perception to the degree necessary for the successful performance of assigned duties. • Maintain physical condition appropriate to the performance of assigned duties and responsibilities. EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING GUIDELINES Any combination of experience and training that would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be: Experience: Three years of responsible administrative and clerical experience. Training: High school diploma or GED. Bachelor’s degree in administration or business management is highly desirable. WORKING CONDITIONS Environmental Conditions: Primarily an office environment utilizing computers. Physical Conditions: Essential and other important responsibilities and duties may require maintaining physical condition necessary for sitting for prolonged periods of time and working closely with others; general manual dexterity; lifting office materials. To apply for this outstanding job opportunity, please click here . The City of Sedona offers a competitive benefit package that includes: • Arizona State Retirement System with matching employer contributions • 100% City-paid health, dental, and vision coverage for employee • Substantial contributions to health, dental and vision coverage for dependents • HSA health plans available with generous City allowances provided • City provided $50,000 group term life insurance • Short-term disability • 96 hours of PTO time • Generous monthly vacation accruals • Eleven paid holidays • Deferred compensation plans - Optional IRS 457 plans ...and 4/10 work schedule - 3-day weekends! CONTACT INFORMATION City of Sedona Human Resources 102 Roadrunner Drive Sedona, AZ 86336 928-203-5038 or 928-203-5189 HumanResources@SedonaAZ.gov The City of Sedona is committed to the principle of equal employment opportunity for all employees and to providing employees with a work environment free of discrimination and harassment. All employment decisions at the City are based on business needs; job requirements; individual qualifications, without regard to race, color, religion or belief, national, social or ethnic origin, age, physical, mental or sensory disability, HIV status, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, marital, civil union or domestic partnership status; past or present military service; or any other status protected by law or regulation. Closing Date/Time:
Sumter County, Florida
Sumter County, FL, USA
The Development Services Director conducts highly responsible professional, administrative, and technical work in the management and administration of all Development Services Department activities as directed by the County Administrator. The Director oversees an annual department budget of $4,876,197 and 11 staff in planning and building/ﬁre code/permitting and inspections. A fourth Planner position was recently approved and will bring the total staff to 12.
The starting salary for this position will be $78,968.16 - $112,919.04 - $146,890.80 depending upon experience and qualifications. Sumter County provides a large selection of benefits, including medical, dental, vision, and retirement through the Florida Retirement System. The county provides some benefits at no cost, while others require employee participation. Relocation assistance is not available.
CITY OF FRESNO, CA
Fresno, California, United States
Position Description The City of Fresno PARCS Department has a variety of temporary part-time and seasonal opportunities in our Recreation and Community Services Divisions where employees learn how to engage with the community through a multitude of programs including fitness, nutrition, recreation, education, outdoor, sports, and much more. Individuals receive first-hand experience in strengthening the future of our diverse community by helping citizens appreciate the beauty of the Central Valley in our 80+ parks, community centers, and partnered locations. Above all else, you'll learn what it means to be a public servant, continuously striving to build a better future by empowering individuals to live healthy lives and connect with each other over shared interests! Under supervision, Services Aides may perform any of the following duties: - Assist the recreation staff with a variety of basic tasks; duties will vary according to job assignment; - Assist in setting up and maintaining recreation facilities for events and scheduled programs; - Assist with organizing sports activities, and learns to maintain discipline at recreation facilities; - Learns to instruct others in various arts, crafts, games, and sports; - Assist with routine attendance and participant records; registers citizens for classes and special events; checks-out and checks-in personal belongings; - Assist in the enforcement of rules, regulations, and safety precautions at municipal facilities; - Recognizes, avoids, and reports unsafe acts, conditions, accidents and injuries; - Maintain recreation facilities and equipment in a clean and safe condition, and in compliance with City policies, procedures, and regulations; - Provide information, instructions, and assistance to the public within the scope of authority and training; assists customers with requests, program participation, applications, and other documents; - Support the relationship between the City of Fresno and the general public by demonstrating courteous and cooperative behavior when interacting with citizens, visitors, and City staff; - Perform other duties as required or assigned. Conditions of Employment All newly hired and current City employees are required to comply with Administrative Order 6-30 "Employee Covid-19 Safety Protocols." For more information, please visit: Personnel Services | Policies and MOUs (fresno.gov) The Requirements QUESTIONNAIRE IN THE APPLICATION: Please select the programs you are interested in. Please select ONLY those positions that genuinely interest you. If there is a vacancy in a program you've selected, your application will be forwarded to the hiring manager for consideration. How To Apply The City of Fresno will accept applications continuously throughout the year to be utilized as vacancies occur. APPLICANTS MUST COMPLETE AN ON-LINE APPLICATION. PLEASE VISIT WWW.FRESNO.GOV/JOBS TO APPLY. For information on how to complete an on-line application, please view "Instruction Guide" on the City's website, Personnel Services Career Opportunities page, or call (559) 621-6950 for assistance. For specific information about recreation jobs, call (559) 621-7529. All areas of the on-line application must be completed in full. Resumes will not be accepted in lieu of a completed employment application; only attaching a resume will not meet application requirements. ALL CORRESPONDENCE regarding this recruitment will be sent via e-mail. All applicants will acknowledge such understanding when they complete their on-line application. Verify we have your correct e-mail address before you submit your application. It is an applicant's responsibility to check their email frequently to ensure they receive all pertinent communication from the Personnel Services Department on a timely basis. Applicants will receive an automatically generated confirmation e-mail upon a successful application submittal. The e-mail is the only proof of submittal. It is an applicant's responsibility to check their email account and phone voice mails from the City of Fresno. Please ensure email is set up to accept emails from the City of Fresno. Dependent upon your settings, notices from the City of Fresno may be directed to the "junk mail" or "spam" folders, and phone calls may read as "spam" on the phone ID. It is the applicant's responsibility to check these folders and calls. Applications must be submitted before the recruitment closes or it will not be accepted for any reason. Pursuant to City of Fresno Charter, temporary employment shall not exceed 2,080 hours within 2 fiscal years; and may not exceed 29 working hours per week. Other Information Selected individuals will be required to successfully pass a Department interview, a Department of Justice fingerprint, and provide proof of Tuberculosis (TB) clearance, prior to employment with the City of Fresno. Extra Posting Description Type NEIGHBORHOOD PARKS PROGRAM: Work at a city park providing various recreation services and activities for youth and adults, e.g., structured recreation and play time, arts & crafts, sports, fitness, drama, dance, group games, and tutoring. High School diploma or GED equivalent, basic knowledge of recreation activities, and ability to work with a diverse population and age groups is required. Must be available to work evenings and weekends; most employees work 3-7 or 4-8 PM Monday through Friday. YOUTH SPORTS: Youth Sports include indoor and outdoor soccer, basketball, flag football, flag rugby, and t-ball. Basic knowledge of each sport is recommended but not required. Patient, enthusiastic, interactive, and friendly coaches are needed to teach children ages 3-12 the fundamental skills required to play each sport. Must be available to work evenings and weekends. ADULT SPORTS: The Adult Sports program offers affordable adult organized leagues, drop-in sports activities, and tournaments including softball, basketball, soccer, flag football, and more. Reliable and enthusiastic coordinators, scorekeepers, and field monitors are needed year-round. Must be available to work evenings and weekends. SKATEBOARD & BMX: Incumbents assigned to the Action Sports Program will monitor Mosqueda Bike Park, Lions Skate Park and Todd Beamer Concrete Park. The ideal candidate should have basic knowledge and experience with Action Sports culture, park etiquette, teaching instructional classes, first aid methods, and working with a diverse population. Minimum qualifications include: High School diploma or GED equivalent and basic knowledge of recreation activities. Must be available to work evenings and weekends. PARK ATTENDANTS: Offer excellent customer service as the face of the Fresno PARCS division, perform light maintenance duties, open or close the park, and support recreation and fitness programming at a park or affiliated green space site. Park Attendants must be customer focused, conscientious, and able to make quick and educated decisions when responding to unanticipated issues. High School diploma or GED equivalent preferred. Park attendants are needed for all hours from opening (7 AM) to closing (as late as 10:30 PM in summer) 7 days a week. CITYWIDE SPECIAL EVENTS: Services Aides in this assignment will perform various duties in support of the successful execution of citywide special events. Responsibilities include set-up and tear-down, parking control, coordinating between event staff and city employees, and providing excellent customer service at all times. Ideal candidates would be courteous, friendly, and professional. Must have a flexible schedule and be willing to work evenings and weekends. SENIOR PROGRAM: Provides hot meals to senior citizens at our neighborhood and community centers, as well as recreational activities including organized games, social dances, arts & crafts, and exercise classes. Must be passionate about serving the senior citizen community. Typical schedule is from 9 AM - 1 PM Monday through Friday. Special events and dances are held on weekends. Equal Opportunity Employer The City of Fresno is an equal opportunity employer. Closing Date/Time: 08/31/2022
City of Austin, TX
Austin, TX, United States
Minimum Qualifications Education and/or Equivalent Experience: Graduation with a Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in a field related to Business Administration, Public Health/Human Services, Liberal Arts, or Social Work, plus four (4) years of experience in a field related to the job, including experience in program management and/or community planning. Experience may substitute for education for up to four (4) years. Twelve (12) semester hours of relevant graduate work may substitute for six (6) months of required experience with a maximum substitution of one (1) year. Licenses and Certifications Required: None. Notes to Applicants The City of Austin Parks and Recreation Department ( PARD ) provides, protects and preserves a park system that promotes quality recreational, cultural and outdoor experiences for the Austin community. Working with the City of Austin provides a number of health and welfare benefits, such as medical, paid leave time, a great retirement plan, training opportunities and more! Click HERE for more information. The purpose of this Temporary - Community Services Manager position and the mission of the PARD Homeless Response Program, is to reduce the impacts of homeless encampments on parkland. Formulate strategy, policies, and procedures relative to Parks and Recreation Department homeless response programming. Develop, maintain, and monitor program budgets. Manage and oversee purchasing, including development and management of contracts Oversee and coordinate communications and encampment operations with PARD , other City of Austin departments, contractors, law enforcement, NGOs, and people experiencing homelessness. Build and maintain relationships with people experiencing homelessness to gain trust, maintain the safety of staff and park users, reduce the impacts of encampments on parkland, and gain voluntary compliance with park rules and City ordinances. Connect people experiencing homelessness to services such as medical, housing services, hygiene, and solid waste services. Collect and process data: Encampment locations and priority ratings via mobile GIS systems 3-1-1 calls and service requests Metrics related to trash removal and workforce development Direct and oversee encampment clean-up contractors. Function within an incident command structure. Create and implement encampment management or removal plans. Develop, provide, and oversee training and consultation to other City employees. Application Instructions/Job Requirements: Application: A detailed, complete application is required, and applicants must include on their Employment Record all experience (work and/or volunteer) related to this job posting - up to 10 years or more; this will be used to determine your base compensation. Employment Record dates must include month and year. Verification of employment history dates on resume should match online Employment Application. Statements such as "See Resume" will not be accepted and a resume alone will not be accepted in lieu of a complete online application. Skills Assessments: Skills assessment(s) will be required as part of the recruitment process. Virtual Interviews: PARD may conduct virtual interviews. Military/Veteran: An applicant claiming Military/Veteran status must provide a copy of his or her DD-214(s), or valid comparable document, at the time of interview. Physical Requirements: Tasks may involve bending, lifting, walking, carrying or using a force equal to lifting up to twenty (20) pounds. Work environment includes prolonged periods of sitting at a desk and working on a computer. Must be physically and mentally able to communicate, respond and work with participant's needs and safety issues. Other Information: Posting Guidelines: PARD reserves the right to close posted positions prior to the advertised close date, based on recruitment strategies and business needs. This posting may be used to fill other vacancies in other divisions/work locations within the City of Austin Parks and Recreation Department. Decisions on assigned selection will be made at the time of hire based on the business needs of the department. Travel: If you are selected for this position, and meet the Driver Safety Standards in the City of Austin Driver Safety Program , you may drive when necessary to multiple locations as part of your regular job duties. Otherwise, you are responsible for getting to and from these locations. Tobacco and Vape-Free Workplace: PARD work site locations are tobacco-free. Use of tobacco products and/or e-cigarettes is not permitted on any PARD work site - including construction sites, parking lots, garages or in any personal vehicles located on the premises. Pay Range $28.15 - $38.41 per hour. Hours Days and Hours: Monday - Friday, 8:00am - 5:00pm. May be required to work during special events, evenings, weekends & holidays. Work schedule and location is subject to change based on department needs and programs. Job Close Date 08/28/2022 Type of Posting External Department Parks and Recreation Regular/Temporary Temporary Grant Funded or Pooled Position Not Applicable Category Technical Location 2200 S Lakeshore Blvd, Austin, TX 78741 Preferred Qualifications Preferred Qualifications: Bachelor's degree or higher from an accredited college or university in social work, public health education, health & human services, or related field. Experience in social services work in a governmental setting or community mental health agency. Experience working with persons experiencing homelessness. Experience working with persons with disabilities. Experience in conflict resolution or de-escalation. Experience in designing and delivering training and presentations. Experience leading work crews. Experience with mobile GIS systems Proficient in using MS Office Word, Teams, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and videoconferencing. Licensed Master Degree s in Social Work ( LMSW ). Preferred Skills or Abilities: Ability to fluently communicate (reading, writing, speaking) in English and Spanish or other language. Other: Ability to travel to more than one work location. Duties, Functions and Responsibilities Essential duties and functions, pursuant to the Americans with Disabilities Act, may include the following. Other related duties may be assigned. Develops, evaluates and plans the scope, criteria, and timelines for a variety of community program activities. Participates in short and long range planning activities for community service programs, serves as an advisor in support of department initiatives. Evaluates program effectiveness and efficiency to meet departmental business goals. Develops, maintains, and monitors program budgets; assists in the completion of budget documents for executive presentation. Develops and implements strategies through grants and alternative funding sources. Develops training materials, oversees, and facilitates training for departmental programs and initiatives. Assists in the formulation of departmental policies and operating procedures. Prepares and presents reports, oversees the design of presentation materials, including power point presentation, charts and graphs. Acts as liaison and represents the department to City Council, city departments, school districts, college universities, citizens and other stakeholders. Responds to and resolves sensitive inquiries and complaints, and issues from both internal and external sources. Conducts research and provides data results with other departments, agencies or specific groups. Reviews legislation, regulations, and policies to determine impact of research results. Responsibilities - Supervisor and/or Leadership Exercised: Responsible for the full range of supervisory activities including selection, training, evaluation, counseling, and recommendation for dismissal. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Must possess required knowledge, skills, abilities, and experience and be able to explain and demonstrate, with or without reasonable accommodations, that the essential functions of the job can be performed. Knowledge of fiscal planning and budget preparation. Knowledge of supervisory and managerial techniques and principles. Knowledge of local resources and categorical programs. Knowledge of community resources available and how to use them effectively. Knowledge of research techniques. Knowledge of municipal government operations and applicable regulations. Skill in determining needs and gathering, analyzing and presenting data to provide accurate information for management use. Skill in oral and written communication. Skill in handling multiple tasks and prioritizing. Skill in using computers and related software applications. Ability to work with frequent interruptions and changes in priorities. Ability to train others. Ability to quickly recognize and analyze irregular events. Ability to establish and maintain effective communication and working relationships with city employees and the public. Criminal Background Investigation This position has been approved for a Criminal Background Investigation. EEO/ADA City of Austin is committed to compliance with the American Disabilities Act. If you require reasonable accommodation during the application process or have a question regarding an essential job function, please call (512) 974-3210 or TTY (512) 974-2445. Information For City Employees: If you are an employee within the department, are in good standing and meet both the minimum and preferred qualifications, then you will receive an initial interview. Supplemental Questions Required fields are indicated with an asterisk (*). * The minimum qualifications for this position include: Graduation with a Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in a field related to Business Administration, Public Health/Human Services, Liberal Arts, or Social Work, plus four (4) years of experience in a field related to the job, including experience in program management and/or community planning. Experience may substitute for education for up to four (4) years. Twelve (12) semester hours of relevant graduate work may substitute for six (6) months of required experience with a maximum substitution of one (1) year. Do you meet these minimum qualifications? Yes No * In reviewing the preferred qualifications section of this job posting, please describe in 500 words or less how you meet those preferred qualifications. (Open Ended Question) * If identified as a top candidate, do you agree to a Criminal Background Investigation (CBI)? Yes No * Please list which languages other than English which you speak/write. (Open Ended Question) * Do you have the ability to travel to multiple sites as part of the regular job duties? Yes No Optional & Required Documents Required Documents Resume Cover Letter Optional Documents
City of Santa Monica
Santa Monica, California, United States
Job Summary Plans, organizes and/or conducts activities and events offered by the City's Department of Community and Cultural Services in the following program areas: Youth Cultural and Education Enrichment: Youth Sports and Recreation: Community Sports; Adaptive Recreation. NOTE: This is a temporary position without benefits. The eligible list that is established from this recruitment may be used to fill all other Community & Cultural Services Leader (As-Needed) vacancies that occur in the City during the life of the list. Representative Duties Note: Duties may vary dependent upon assignment. Develops ideas and builds curriculum for programs and activities. Instructs, coaches or provides mentoring and guidance to program participants. Coordinates special programs and/or assists in program-specific and City-wide events. Opens, inspects and secures program facilities on a daily basis. Assists in the preparation, set-up, maintenance and security for programs and events. Reports safety issues with equipment or facility to supervisor. Maintains an equipment and supplies inventory and recommends items to be purchased, repaired and/or replaced. Enforces program policies, rules and regulations and monitors or supervises participants in program activities. Calls for appropriate back-up support as needed. May arrange for field trips, speakers, (and other resources) in support of program activities. Assists in preparing and distributing program and event publicity, including news releases, flyers pamphlets and brochures. May provide information and referral or program outreach at school classrooms, assemblies and meetings, community meetings, senior centers and event information booths. Registers participants, takes reservations, schedules use of facilities and collects approved fees. Assists in maintaining records and developing reports concerning new or ongoing programs including, but not limited to, participation levels and revenue reports. Interacts with adults, parents and family members, providing program information, participant feedback and community resources. Distributes program satisfaction surveys to participants or parents. Collects and tabulates survey material and prepares related reports. Plans small scale special events at program sites. Administers basic first aid and completes appropriate Risk Management forms, as required. Performs other related duties, as assigned. Minimum Qualifications Knowledge, Abilities and Skills: Knowledge of: Recreational, educational, cultural and human service program activities. Principles and practices of recreational and cultural service programming. Dispute resolution techniques. Use of recreational and/or audiovisual equipment and supplies. First aid methods and safety practices related to recreational programs. Effective customer service techniques. Ability to: Learn, understand and carry out the responsibilities of assigned program area. Monitor participation, track attendance and prepare and maintain basic records. Enforce program policies, procedures, rules and regulations. Interact and communicate effectively with program participants, family members, school administrators and/or City staff in a professional manner. Provide instruction and guidance to participants. Learn and implement program-specific computer software systems. Effectively resolve conflicts and handle participant disputes. Follow oral and written instructions. Provide effective customer service. Establish and maintain effective and cooperative working relationships with City employees and the public. Provide basic first aid and CPR. Skill in: Planning, modifying and conducting activities of assigned specialty program area. Dealing with program participants, co-workers and supervisors in a cooperative, constructive and supportive manner. Reading, writing and communicating at an appropriate level. Cash handling and making change. The use of personal computers and applicable software applications. Education, Training and Experience: Graduation from high school or the equivalent. One year of recent, paid or volunteer work experience directly related to recreation or community programs and services, involving public contact. Depending on job assignment, the one year of recent experience must be in the area of specialty, i.e., Youth and Education Enrichment; Youth Sports and Recreation; Community Sports; Senior and Therapeutic Recreation. Bilingual skills are desirable. Licenses and Certificates: Possession of a valid class C driver license. Possession of a valid cardiopulmonary resuscitation and first aid certificate within six months of date of hire. How to Apply: Applicants must submit a clear, concise, completed on-line City Application along with any required supplemental application materials with the Human Resources Department by the filing deadline. If you do not submit your on-line application by the filing deadline, you will not be considered for this position. Please note, applications may be rejected if incomplete. Resumes, CVs and cover letters are not reviewed as part of the application screening process. Selection Process: All applicants must submit clear, concise and complete information regarding your work history and qualifications for the position. All applicants will be reviewed and only those applicants determined to be most qualified on the basis of experience, training and education, as submitted, will be invited to participate further in the selection process. Background Investigation: Candidates who have successfully completed all prior phases of the selection process will be subject to a thorough background investigation. Supplemental Information The City of Santa Monica is a progressive, inclusive and culturally-rich community. As leaders in public service, we strive to be an employer of choice by attracting and retaining a highly-talented workforce where people of diverse races, religions, cultures and lifestyles thrive. Our goal is to create a welcoming and inclusive environment where our staff are empowered to perform at their highest level and where their differences make a positive impact. The City is an equal opportunity employer and strives to build balanced teams from all walks of life without regard to race, color, ethnicity, religion, national origin, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, ancestry, disability, genetic information, veteran status, or any other status protected under federal, state and/or local law. We aim to create a workplace that celebrates and embraces the diversity of our employees. Join us! Special assistance with the application and examination process is available, upon request, for persons with disabilities. Call (310) 458-8246, TDD (310) 458-8696 (Hearing Impaired Only). Please note the request for reasonable accommodations must be made to Human Resources at least three work days prior to the examination. Closing Date/Time: 8/19/2022 5:00 PM Pacific
City of Branson, Missouri
Branson, MO, USA
The City Administrator is the City’s Chief Executive Officer and is responsible for the efficient and economical operation of city government. With an organization that employs approximately 360 full- and part-time staff, which is supported by a combined budget of $80+ million, the City Administrator’s Office provides staff support services to the Board of Aldermen and coordinates the development and analysis of policy recommendations presented to the Mayor and Board of Aldermen. The Administrator interacts daily with the City’s Executive Team, consisting of the City Administrator and department directors. The City Administrator’s Office also works with a variety of community and economic development partners to assist in providing the best possible services and information to the citizens of Branson.
Compensation will be negotiated based on experience, education, and overall fit for the position. The City will provide the new City Administrator with Local Area Government Retirement System (LAGERS) at the L-6 level, the highest level benefit for municipalities in Missouri that also pay into Social Security, Paid time off for vacation and sick leave, the choice of three different medical insurance plans and one dental insurance plan with excellent family coverage, and life insurance up to $150,000 in value.
Town of Benson, NC
Benson, NC, USA
The Town of Benson, NC is accepting applications for their next Town Manager. This is an exciting opportunity to provide leadership and management to a growing, agriculturally based community with an excellent quality of life. The Town of Benson has a population of 4100+ which is a 25% increase since the 2010 census. It is a community that values its small-town environment and family orientation. Located in Johnston County, this growing town is 22 miles south-southeast of Raleigh, situated at the intersection of I-95 and I-40, within a two-hour drive of the Atlantic Coast and three hours from the Blue Ridge Mountains. Benson’s family-centered way of life makes it a special place to live, work and raise a family. The Town of Benson is governed under a Council-Manager form of government with the governing authority consisting of a mayor, three district commissioners and three at large commissioners. The Town Manager is hired by the Mayor and Commission to be responsible for the day-to-day operations of all service departments and for recommending policies and programs to the Commission for consideration and approval. The Town employs 64 full-time and 48 part-time employees, as well as 37 volunteer Firefighters, who provide a full range of services including electricity, water, sewer, police, fire, parks and recreation, cultural arts, planning/zoning, code enforcement, and public works. The approved Fiscal Year 2022 general fund budget is $5.6 million, water and sewer fund $3.9 million and electric utility fund $5.4 million.
For details about the position expectations review the recruitment brochure at www.mercergroupassociates.com
The ideal candidate for the Benson Town Manager position will be a personable, openminded, progressive team player that embraces change while implementing local government best practices that have proven to be effective in communities similar to Benson. He/She must demonstrate the ability to work with the Mayor and Commission to articulate and implement a community supported vision that protects the rural values of the Town while promoting quality grow. The successful candidate must project confidence, demonstrate an appropriate energy level for the job, and engage citizens in a manner that builds trust and credibility for the Town government. The ideal candidate will be an active listener with strong communication skills that engage the business community, citizens of all backgrounds, staff, and outside stakeholders in a positive manner to build trust and transparency for the Town of Benson.
Bachelor’s degree from a four-year college or university with a major in Public Administration, Business Administration, or related field; Master’s degree preferred;
Four years of progressively responsible management experience is required; prior experience as a city manager, assistant city manager or substantial department head experience is preferred. Local government experience in a similar-sized community would be a plus, as would experience managing economic development activities.
ICMA Credentialed Manager certification is an indication of continued professional development and will be noted during the vetting process.
Compensation & Benefits:
The expected starting salary range for the Town Manager, depending on the experience and qualifications of the selected individual, will be $100,000 - $120,000 . In addition, the town provides an excellent benefit package including: Health, dental and vision insurance, Life insurance, long-term disability, and accidental death and dismemberment; Local Government Retirement System (part of State of NC retirement plan-one of the best funded pension plans in the nation) employee contribution 6%; employer contribution 12.% and 401K with automatic City 5% contribution; Paid vacation, sick leave, holidays, and personal time; Car allowance and relocation assistance negotiable
How to Apply:
Interested candidates must submit by email a cover letter, resume, at least five job related references (with email and phone numbers), as well as salary history no later than close of business on August 31, 2022 to email@example.com . Any questions please call Lisa Ward, Senior Associate, Mercer Group Associates at 706-983-9326. Interviews are expected to be conducted in early October 2022.
The Town of Benson is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Minority and Female Candidates are Encouraged to Apply.
Alan Reddish, Senior Associate
107 Indigo Lane, Athens, GA 30606
City of Tacoma, WA
Tacoma, WA, United States
Position Description The City of Tacoma is recruiting candidates for the executive position of Neighborhood and Community Services (NCS) Director. The NCS Director is a key member of the City's Executive Leadership Team with a critical leadership role in advancing the City's community development strategies. **This position is open until filled, applications received by August 10, 2022 will receive first consideration.** The NCS Director will have the opportunity to make a meaningful difference in the City of Tacoma by advancing the department's work to build healthy and successful neighborhoods and households through community problem solving, code compliance, funding human services, and partnering with community members to facilitate safe, clean, and attractive neighborhoods. The NCS Director has a broad range of strategic, analytical, administrative, and project management duties. Under the direction of the City Manager or Deputy City Manager, the Director position: Directs and evaluates priorities, work programs, and resources within the department. Supervises, evaluates performance and provides training and professional development to assigned personnel. Oversees the development and administration of a biennial budget in excess of $43M. Leads and delivers on departmental racial equity transformation strategy. Oversees and assists with research and development to recommend policies and implement equitable human services programs in alignment with City Council priorities. Leads the City's strategy and efforts to address homelessness. Oversees and assists with research and development for regulatory codes and compliance for codes such as Noise Code, Minimum Building and Structures Code, Rental Housing Code, Chronic Nuisance Code, etc. Provides strategic oversight to ensure equitable service delivery in all programmatic areas, including development and oversight of significant public resources. Assists and advises the City Manager on policy or program options to address or resolve complex community or organizational issues in a highly charged political environment. Collaborates with internal and external stakeholders to research, prepare and present complex briefing documents and highly technical information for a variety of audiences, including those with lived experience; local, state and federal organizations and elected officials; senior executive leaders; community partners; and/or nonprofit organizations. Ideal Candidate The top candidate for this position should: Exhibit a high degree of understanding and performance in areas that include homelessness and other human service policy development and delivery, municipal operations, strategic planning, community development, government contract reporting and compliance, budget development and oversight. Have experience developing and managing staff, building strong relationships with neighborhood and business leaders and collaborations with diverse community members and groups. Be nimble by rapidly adapting to changing information and political will and stepping in to do what is needed to see a project through to completion. Demonstrate resiliency, adaptability, value differences, and effectively manage conflict. City Government The City of Tacoma operates under the Council-Manager form of government with a Mayor and eight Council Members. The City Council appoints the City Manager, and the City Manager selects and manages the activities of Department Directors. Tacoma Public Utilities (TPU) - a City entity responsible for Power, Water, Rail operations - is managed by a Director who is appointed by a five-member Utility Board and in turn, is confirmed by the City Council. The City's 2021-2022 Biennial Budget totals over $3 billion with 3,700 employees. City of Tacoma Commitment to Diversity and Inclusion Tacoma's diversity is its greatest asset. Tacoma embraces its multi-cultural and multi-ethnic character. Communities of color and immigrant communities are fundamental to Tacoma's entrepreneurial spirit, workforce, and long-term success. In Tacoma, equity and empowerment are top priorities, meaning that all Tacoma residents must have equitable opportunities to reach their full potential and share in the benefits of community progress. One of our goals is for the City of Tacoma workforce to reflect the community it serves. We actively work to eliminate racial and other disparities and welcome candidates with diverse backgrounds and/or multicultural skill sets and experiences. Our goal is for Tacoma to be an inclusive and equitable place to live, work, and play. Qualifications An equivalent combination to: graduation from an accredited four-year college or university with a Bachelor's degree and five or more years of progressively responsible related experience in social sciences, public administration, law or other closely related field. Requires experience in managing large and complex budgets in a sophisticated business environment. Successful candidate will have demonstrated competencies and significant accomplishments from prior work experience. Desirable Qualifications: Experience in municipal government operations; understands inter-governmental relationships; experience with government contracting reporting and compliance; demonstrates resiliency, adaptability, values differences, effectively manages conflict. Knowledge & Skills Organizational & Political Awareness Use knowledge and understanding of the organizational and political climate to make decisions and take actions that satisfy diverse interests and contribute effectively to organizational goals. Strategic Planning Logically integrate various ideas, intentions and information to form effective goals, objectives, timelines, actions plans and solutions. Relationship Building Build constructive working relationships characterized by a high level of acceptance, cooperation and mutual respect. Communications Effectiveness Convey clear, timely, written and verbal, persuasive messages that positively influence the thoughts and actions of others. Performance Leadership Create and nurture a performance-based culture that supports efforts to accomplish the organizational mission and goals. Selection Process & Supplemental Information To be considered for this challenging and rewarding career opportunity, please apply online through the City of Tacoma's website and attach a detailed resume and cover letter. **This position is open until filled, applications received by August 10, 2022 will receive first consideration.** For more information, please contact Human Resources Analyst Kat Flores at firstname.lastname@example.org or 253-281-2558. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS The current salary range for the director position is $148,324.80 - $190,132.80. The City of Tacoma provides excellent medical, dental and vision benefits for the whole family; paid holidays and personal time off; participation in Tacoma's Public Employees' Retirement System and a growing variety of City-sponsored health and wellness opportunities. For more information on the City of Tacoma's benefit package feel free to explore City of Tacoma Benefits. Communication from the City of Tacoma We primarily communicate via email during the application process. Emails from cityoftacoma.org and/or governmentjobs.com must be placed on your safe domain list to ensure that you receive notifications in a timely manner. As a precaution, you may also want to check your junk email folders. For assistance with the NeoGov application process, or questions regarding this job announcement, please contact the Human Resources office at 253-591-5400 by 4:00pm of the closing date of the job announcement. This will allow time to assist you before the job announcement closes. ( For technical difficulties using the NeoGov system , call the applicant support line at 1-855-524-5627 between 6:00am and 5:00pm PDT.) Closing Date/Time: Continuous
City of Auburn, AL
Auburn, Alabama, United States
General Statement of Duties Coordinates and assists with customer service support for the operations of an assigned Community Services facility. Distinguishing Features of the Class The principal function of an employee in this class is to serve as the Community Services Department's representative at Community Services facilities to ensure compliance with all program guidelines and safety requirements. The work is performed under the supervision of the Community Services Director but some leeway is granted for the exercise of independent judgement and initiative. An employee in this class performs the duties of other employees in the Community Services Department as required or as assigned by supervisory personnel. The principal duties of this class are performed in community center settings, including recreation, fitness center, and programs. Work is performed indoors and occasionally outdoors in hot, cold or inclement weather. Examples of Essential Work (Illustrative Only) Provides oversight at a Community Services facility, including monitoring activity participants, enforcing organizational guidelines and ensuring all appropriate safety standards; Assists with a special events, programs, or other related Community Services activity to promote a professional presentation of such activities; Assists in facilitating a Community Services facility openings, closings, and access; Promotes an environment of participation in which all interested citizens may participate in a scheduled activity; Adheres to assigned work schedule and ensures all behaviors comply with the City's policies. Provides quality customer service to the public, tenants, and City staff by functioning as a knowledge base for questions and concerns; Documents any accident or incident or failure to adhere to set polices and informs Community Services administrative staff as necessary; Provides needed information and demonstrations concerning how to perform certain work tasks to new employees in the same or similar class of positions; Keeps immediate supervisor and designated others fully and accurately informed concerning work progress, including present and potential work problems and suggestions for new or improved ways of addressing such problems; Monitors Community Services facilities maintenance and notifies supervisor of needed facility and outside repairs; Attends meetings and training sessions to remain current on the principles, practices and new developments in assigned work areas as requested; The nature of the work performed requires that an employee in this class establish and maintain effective working relationships with other department and City employees, members of community organizations and the public; Responds to citizens' questions and comments in a courteous and timely manner; Performs customer service and administrative duties, including answering phone, greeting the public and participants, filling out appropriate forms, and scheduling use of facilities; Prepares and maintains a variety of records and reports concerning participants, programs, and/or facilities. Performs various maintenance and custodial duties; Performs other related duties as assigned. Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Knowledge of department and Community Services facilities rules and regulations; Knowledge of safety principles and procedures involved in recreational activities; Knowledge of Community Services facilities programs and activities; Skill in the use of modern office equipment; Skill in performing basic mathematical calculations such as addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, and percentages; Skill in organizing and planning; Skill in decision making and problem solving; Skill in interpersonal relations and in dealing with the public; Skill in oral and written communication; Ability to work cooperatively with others. Acceptable Experience and Training Some experience in a community center operations and activities; or Any equivalent combination of experience and training which provides the knowledge, skills and abilities necessary to perform the work. Required Special Qualifications None Essential Physical Abilities Sufficient clarity of speech and hearing or other communication capabilities, with or without reasonable accommodation, which permits the employee to communicate effectively; Sufficient manual dexterity with or without reasonable accommodation, which permits the employee to perform reporting and recording requirements; Sufficient personal mobility and physical reflexes, with or without reasonable accommodation, which permits the employee to participate in recreational activities and supervise assigned programs; Ability to intermittently sit, stand, walk, or stoop; Ability to occasionally lift light objects weighing less than 24 pounds. "This class specification is not an employment agreement or contract. Management has the exclusive right to alter this class specification at any time without notice."
CITY OF FRESNO, CA
Fresno, California, United States
Position Description The Assistant Director of Parks, After School, Recreation and Community Services is responsible for the daily operations of the Department and works directly with Division Managers. The incumbent exercises considerable judgment and discretion in the administration and direction of the department and its operations. The Assistant Director is responsible for the implementation of objectives, relating to the operation, maintenance, and development of various parks, recreation, and community services programs. This is an unclassified position in which the incumbent serves at the will of the Department Director. In addition, the Assistant Director acts as technical advisor to the Director, City Manager and City Council and attends meetings of the City Council, boards, commissions, and committees relevant to parks, recreation and community services. The Assistant Director participates in the preparation and administration of the Department's annual operating and capital budgets. The Assistant Director is expected to coordinate activities with other departments within the City of Fresno, as well as division sections and outside agencies. Conditions of Employment All newly hired and current City employees are required to comply with Administrative Order 6-30 "Employee Covid-19 Safety Protocols." For more information, please visit: Personnel Services | Policies and MOU's (fresno.gov). Pay,Benefits, & Work Schedule The salary for the Assistant Director, dependent upon qualifications, ranges from $115,056 to $177,672. The employee benefits package, as noted below, is subject to change and includes: Retirement: Fresno City Retirement System; reciprocity with other public California systems. The City's pension funds are among the best-funded public systems in California and the nation. The City does not participate in Social Security. Health Insurance: The City maintains a PPO plan through the City of Fresno Health and Welfare Trust. The City contributes toward the current monthly premium for medical, prescription, dental, and vision for employee and dependents. Flexible Spending Account Program: The City maintains IRS Section 125 Plan that includes spending accounts for health care and dependent care. Auto Allowance: Employees in this classification are provided with an auto allowance of $300 per month. Deferred Compensation: 457 plan available which allows tax contribution up to IRS determined limits. Management Leave: 60 hours per fiscal year with an annual cash out provision. Annual Leave: Accrue 15.5 hours of annual leave per month with a limited cash out provision. Holidays: Ten (10) City-observed holidays annually, plus birthday and two (2) personal days per year. Life Insurance: Equal to annual salary; premium paid by City. Long-Term Disability: City pays premium for 66.66% of monthly salary up to $7,500 per month after 30 days. Deferred Retirement Option Program (DROP): DROP is an optional, voluntary program that allows you to have your retirement benefits deposited in a special savings account within your Retirement System all while you continue to work for the City of Fresno. To participate you must be at least age 50 with 5 years of service. Benefits include: ownership of DROP account monies; compound interest earnings; and alternative distribution options. Additional information regarding the City of Fresno is available at www.fresno.gov. Additional details about the benefits for this position can be found here: https://www.fresno.gov/personnel/wp-content/uploads/sites/12/2018/11/Unit-02-Unrep-6.11.21.pdf Qualifications The Department Director is seeking a strong and innovative leader who will assist in implementation of the long-range vision of providing parks, trails, programming, and other recreational opportunities for the community. The position will serve as a key member of the Department's management team and must demonstrate a strong record of establishing strategic and effective partnerships with a variety of community stakeholders in order to achieve the mission of the City. The ideal candidate must have excellent written and verbal communication skills and the ability to prepare clear, concise, and comprehensive reports, records, and other written materials for a variety of audiences. The ideal candidate should be a service and solution-oriented person who is highly skilled in Parks and Recreation activities, and who possesses excellent leadership skills. The ideal candidate will have a record of straightforward and open communication and a willingness to make effective decisions within the parameters of the position, as well as the ability to effectively manage conflicting perspectives. The ideal candidate will also have a strong background in project management, program administration, and overseeing fiscal programs consisting of multiple fund sources with complex regulatory requirements. The Assistant Director position is a vital element in the department that works together with others to support the City Manager and the Mayor's vision for the City of Fresno. A background that includes a Bachelor's Degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in Recreation, Business Administration, Public Administration, Regional Planning or a related field and five (5) years of progressively responsible and directly related management experience; or nine (9) years of directly related experience including five (5) years at the management level will be considered qualifying for this position. A Master's degree in a related field is highly desirable. Possession of a valid California Driver's License is required at time of appointment. Selection Process To apply for this this phenomenal career opportunity, please visit our website at www.fresno.gov/jobs and complete an employment application. Please upload your letter of interest, resume, and five work-related references. Completed applications will be reviewed and a select group of candidates will be invited to interview. Applicants deemed to have the most relevant qualifications will be referred for further consideration. Other Information The PARCS Department is dedicated to creating a better community through people, parks, and programs. The Parks, After School, Recreation and Community Services (PARCS) Department is comprised of four divisions: Administration; After School Recreation and Community Services; Parks Maintenance; and the Office of Neighborhood Safety and Community Engagement (ONSCE). As proposed for FY2023, PARCS will have a staff of over 150 permanent positions and a budget of $45 million for operating and $57 million for capital projects. The Parks Maintenance Division works closely with the Department of Public Works to maintains over 80 parks and 18 community centers, representing about 1,200 acres of open space. The After School Recreation and Community Service Division in collaboration with the ONSCE division provides a variety of programming platforms responsive to all needs in the Community. The Divisions support a wide array of recreation activities for residents of all ages to experience a variety of programs such as Seniors, Science and Therapeutic Recreation Programming, Aquatics, Neighborhood Center Recreation Activities, After School Programs, Day Camps, Overnight Camps, Youth and Adult Sports Leagues. The ONSCE Division is responsible for overseeing State and Federal grants that provide intervention and rehabilitation for victims of violent crime. The PARCS Department fosters partnerships and collaborates with multiple agencies and community groups to provide the community with diverse recreational opportunities. A few of those partnerships include the SPARK and EMT Programs. PARCS collaborates with the Fresno Unified School District for the SPARK (Sports, Play, Active Recreation for Kids) Program, which provides a supervised venue for nearly 3,000 kids at 29 school sites where they learn and develop a healthy, productive lifestyle through recreation. The PARCS Department also first introduced the Empowerment Management Team (EMT) Program in 2016, which serves as a leadership Program for at-risk teens and provides them with job training opportunities. In January 2018, the City Council adopted the Parks Master Plan Update. The adoption marked the culmination of nearly 18 months of community outreach, stakeholder engagement, staff analysis, and a comprehensive evaluation of parks and amenities. The Plan serves as the visionary guide for improving Fresno's parks, open space, and recreational services. The Plan provides recommendations, strategies, and highlights the community's priorities for improvements. On February 18, 2021, the City Council certified Measure P as passed, and collection of the special sales tax will begin July 1, 2021. The revenues generated by the Measure P use tax are allocated by the City of Fresno on an annual basis with additional independent oversight provided by a new Parks, Recreation and Arts Commission (Commission) consisting of nine (9) members. The nine-member Commission has been appointed by the Mayor and approved by City Council. For FY 2023, the total estimated revenue receipts for Measure P are $58 million. Measure P proceeds would be utilized to fund specific purposes defined in the ballot measure: 1. Improving and Maintaining Safe, Clean Neighborhood Parks and Playgrounds. 2. New Neighborhood Parks; Senior and Youth Recreation Facilities. 3. Youth and Senior Recreation Programs; After School Programs; and Job Training for Youth and Veterans. 4. Expanded Access to Arts and Culture. 5. Safe Walking and Biking Trails; Street Beautification and Litter Removal; and the San Joaquin River Parkway. 6. Program implementation, planning and plan updates, program and project innovation, and audit and oversight support. The Community The City of Fresno is the largest city in the San Joaquin Valley and the fifth largest city in California, with a population of more than 545,000 residents. Fresno is the financial core of the San Joaquin Valley, and its economy relies on its large-scale agricultural production. Revitalization of Downtown Fresno's core and the construction of High-Speed Rail are two of many exciting projects that continue to successfully support Fresno's growing economy. Fresno provides both private and commercial aviation facilities. A wide variety of commercial air carriers operate flights daily from Fresno Yosemite International, and Fresno-Chandler Executive Airport, located within two miles from Fresnos Civic Center, is the largest general aviation airport in central California. Located in the geographical center of California, Fresno offers many sights. From fertile agricultural fields, an abundance of lakes, and the snowy Sierra Nevada Mountain range, the scenic variety in Fresno is large. Fresno also features a diverse selection of dining, shopping, farmers markets, vibrant arts and culture, wineries, as well as a variety of attractions. With 300 days of sunshine a year, the climate in Fresno is the source of its agricultural productivity, and allows year-round recreational activities including sailing, snow and water skiing, fishing, backpacking, and golfing. Los Angeles is approximately four hours south and the San Francisco Bay Area is approximately three hours north. Fresno is located in proximity to three sites of natural beauty: Yosemite National Park, Kings Canyon National Park, and Sequoia National Park. Residents and visitors alike enjoy these scenes and others, including the Sierra Nevada Mountains and the Pacific Ocean. Another advantage to living in Fresno is the exceptional housing that is available at lower price levels than California's other large metropolitan areas. The current median home price in Fresno is approximately $340,000. There are four large school districts in the Fresno area: Fresno Unified, Central Unified, Sanger Unified and Clovis Unified. Fresno is the home of California State University, Fresno, as well as a number of other colleges and universities. The people of Fresno enjoy a wide variety of social, cultural, athletic, educational, and recreational activities in an affordable and clean-living environment. THE ORGANIZATION Fresno is a full-service charter city operating under a strong mayor form of government. There are seven Council Members. The Council appoints the City Attorney and the City Clerk. The Mayor is elected at- large and does not serve on the Council, but has veto power over certain actions taken by the City Council. The City Manager, who is appointed by the Mayor, is responsible for appointing all other department heads in the City. Equal Opportunity Employer The City of Fresno is an Equal Opportunity Employer. For more information please refer to our Career Opportunities web page on the City of Fresno web site. Closing Date/Time: 08/17/2022
San Diego State University
5500 Campanile Drive, San Diego, CA 92182, USA
Description: Position Summary The Division of Student Affairs and Campus Diversity works proactively to address systemic inequities through professional learning, community building, advocacy, policy recommendations and organizational structures, while facilitating an integrated vision and shared responsibility for prioritizing and advancing institutional goals. We aim to foster an affirming campus culture based on the core values of excellence, equity, diversity, belonging and inclusion through: Recruiting and retaining faculty and staff who are reflective of the diverse student body and communities served by SDSU, and recruiting students who are representative of the rich diversity of the region and the world; Fostering an environment that is welcoming, affirming, and empowering for students, faculty, staff and alumni of all backgrounds; Enhancing the career and educational pathways of a diverse student body, the faculty and staff; and Cultivating relationships with the local community that advance the well-being of diverse individuals and communities. Position upholds the Student Affairs and Campus Diversity Statement on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, specifically: "The Division of Student Affairs and Campus Diversity acknowledges and honors the inherent value and dignity of all individuals by creating and nurturing a learning and working environment that affirms and leverages our community's diversity of traditions, heritages, perspectives, and experiences. We are committed to fostering a culture of inclusive excellence designed to facilitate the personal and professional success, growth, development, and well-being of all members of our community. We manifest this commitment through our innovative, strategic and collaborative efforts to develop leaders who believe in and lead others toward practicing civility, mutual respect, and inclusion in our workplaces and society." The mission of the Office for Restorative Practices (ORP) is to continuously develop and implement strategies that strengthen the San Diego State University (SDSU) community by promoting connectedness and belonging on campus. As a community-engaged office based in the university, the ORP will also facilitate connection, transform conflict, and enable relationships between the university, our students', and our neighboring communities. The purpose of the Office for Restorative Practices (ORP) is to provide relational, intentional, and guided community interventions and resources with a focus on meditation and restorative practices at San Diego State University. The staff in ORP will address a myriad of issues with the SDSU community by evaluating, designing, and developing specific restorative approaches to address identified needs. The Community Service Specialist will identify and engage in a variety of activities to include, but not limited to relationship-building with the College area community. This will be done through both driving and on-foot monitoring of the SDSU surrounding communities. This work will extend to all SDSU affiliated campuses including Mission Valley and Imperial Valley. Community Services Specialist typically coordinate safety and parking for campus special events, conduct community service training in such areas as safety and crime prevention, and support the public safety communications and records functions. They may also be involved in development of operational procedures and protocols in support of established policies surrounding campus and community standards. For more information regarding Student Affairs & Campus Diversity, click here . This is for three (3) full-time (1.0 time-base) temporary positions anticipated to end on or before June 30, 2023, with the possibility of reappointment. This position is designated non-exempt under FLSA and is eligible for overtime compensation. The work hours for these positions are listed below, but may vary based on operational needs. Schedule 1: Monday and Tuesday 8:30am - 5:00pm and Wednesday - Friday 6:00pm- 2:30am Schedule 2: Wednesday and Thursday 8:30am - 5:00pm and Friday - Sunday 6:00pm - 2:30am Schedule 3: Tuesday and Wednesday 8:30am - 5:00pm and Thursday - Saturday 6:00pm - 2:30am This position is physically located at the SDSU Main Campus in San Diego. Education and Experience Entry to the first level within this classification requires high school level reading and writing abilities and possession of a California Driver's License. The nature of the duties may also require successful completion of a background check, physical and psychological exam and/or the ability to attend Police Officers Standards & Training (P.O.S.T.) programs related to public safety support and dispatch activities. Knowledge of and the ability to learn how to use the applicable public safety-related equipment and systems are essential. High school diploma or equivalent and three to six months related experience would normally achieve these entry qualifications. Specialized Skills Must be able to perform extensive standing, driving, walking Must be able to remain in a stationary position 50% - 80% of the time, while frequently moving around the campus and the local community Must be able to operate a motor vehicle Preferred Qualifications Effective communication skills and ability to effectively address a group of stakeholders from different backgrounds Respect and sensitivity towards cultural differences Licenses and/or Certifications Required Valid State of California driver's license Successful verification of the employee's driving record Proof of adequate insurance coverage Completion of the SDSU defensive driver training program upon appointment Compensation and Benefits Starting salary upon appointment not expected to exceed $3216 per month. Salary placement is determined by the education, experience, and qualifications the candidate brings to the position, internal equity, and the hiring department's fiscal resources. CSU Classification Salary Range: $3,216 - $5,049 per month. San Diego State University offers a rich benefits package that constitutes a major portion of total compensation. For more information regarding SDSU benefits, please click here . Supplemental Information Initial review of the required application materials, including cover letters and resumes, will begin on August 11, 2022. To receive full consideration, apply by August 10, 2022. This position is open until filled. The person holding this position is considered a 'mandated reporter' under the California Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting Act and is required to comply with the requirements set forth in CSU Executive Order 1083 as a condition of employment. San Diego State University is not a sponsoring agency for staff or management positions (e.g., H-1B visa). Applicants must currently be authorized to work in the United States on a full-time basis. Offers of employment are contingent upon the presentation of documents that demonstrate a person's identity and authorization to work in the United States, which are consistent with the provisions of the Immigration Reform and Control Act . A background check (including a criminal records check) must be completed satisfactorily before any candidate can be offered a position with the CSU. Failure to satisfactorily complete the background check may affect the application status of applicants or continued employment of current CSU employees who apply for the position. SDSU is a smoke-free campus. For more information, please click here . SDSU is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against persons on the basis of race, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity and expression, marital status, age, disability, pregnancy, medical condition, or covered veteran status. Applicants with disabilities and applicants who require assistance completing an application may contact Taylor Jaress at email@example.com. Closing Date/Time: Open until filled
City of Austin, TX
Austin, TX, United States
Minimum Qualifications Education and/or Equivalent Experience: Graduation with a Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university plus two (2) years of experience in a related field. Related experience may substitute up to a maximum of four (4) years. Licenses and Certifications Required: None. Notes to Applicants The City of Austin Parks and Recreation Department ( PARD ) provides, protects and preserves a park system that promotes quality recreational, cultural and outdoor experiences for the Austin community. Working with the City of Austin provides a number of health and welfare benefits, such as medical, paid leave time, a great retirement plan, training opportunities and more! Click HERE for more information. The purpose of this Temporary - Community Services Coordinator position and the mission of the PARD Homeless Response Program, is to reduce the impacts of homeless encampments on parkland. Coordinate communications and encampment operations with PARD , other City of Austin departments, contractors, law enforcement, NGOs, and people experiencing homelessness. Build and maintain relationships with people experiencing homelessness to gain trust, maintain the safety of staff and park users, reduce the impacts of encampments on parkland, and gain voluntary compliance with park rules and City ordinances. Collect and process data: Encampment locations and priority ratings via mobile GIS systems 3-1-1 calls and service requests Metrics related to trash removal and workforce development Direct and oversee encampment clean-up contractors. Connect people experiencing homelessness to services such as medical, housing services, hygiene, and solid waste services. Function within an incident command structure. Using an existing template, create and implement encampment management or removal plans. Provide training and consultation to other City employees. Application Instructions/Job Requirements: Application: A detailed, complete application is required, and applicants must include on their Employment Record all experience (work and/or volunteer) related to this job posting - up to 10 years or more; this will be used to determine your base compensation. Employment Record dates must include month and year. Verification of employment history dates on resume should match online Employment Application. Statements such as "See Resume" will not be accepted and a resume alone will not be accepted in lieu of a complete online application. Skills Assessments: Skills assessment(s) will be required as part of the recruitment process. Virtual Interviews: PARD may conduct virtual interviews. Military/Veteran: An applicant claiming Military/Veteran status must provide a copy of his or her DD-214(s), or valid comparable document, at the time of interview. Physical Requirements: Tasks may involve bending, lifting, walking, carrying or using a force equal to lifting up to twenty (20) pounds. Work environment includes prolonged periods of sitting at a desk and working on a computer. Must be physically and mentally able to communicate, respond and work with participant's needs and safety issues. Other Information: Posting Guidelines: PARD reserves the right to close posted positions prior to the advertised close date, based on recruitment strategies and business needs. This posting may be used to fill other vacancies in other divisions/work locations within the City of Austin Parks and Recreation Department. Decisions on assigned selection will be made at the time of hire based on the business needs of the department. Travel: If you are selected for this position, and meet the Driver Safety Standards in the City of Austin Driver Safety Program , you may drive when necessary to multiple locations as part of your regular job duties. Otherwise, you are responsible for getting to and from these locations. Tobacco and Vape-Free Workplace: PARD work site locations are tobacco-free. Use of tobacco products and/or e-cigarettes is not permitted on any PARD work site - including construction sites, parking lots, garages or in any personal vehicles located on the premises. Pay Range $19.82 - $26.52 per hour Hours Days and Hours: Monday - Friday, 8:00am - 5:00pm. May be required to work during special events, evenings, weekends & holidays. Work schedule and location is subject to change based on department needs and programs. Job Close Date 08/28/2022 Type of Posting External Department Parks and Recreation Regular/Temporary Temporary Grant Funded or Pooled Position Not Applicable Category Technical Location 2200 S Lakeshore Blvd, Austin, TX 78741 Preferred Qualifications Preferred Qualifications: Bachelor's degree or higher from an accredited college or university in social work, public health education, health & human services, or related field. Experience in social services work in a governmental setting or community mental health agency. Experience working with persons experiencing homelessness. Experience working with persons with disabilities. Experience in conflict resolution or de-escalation. Experience in designing and delivering training and presentations. Experience leading work crews. Experience with mobile GIS systems. Proficient in using MS Office Word, Teams, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and videoconferencing. Licensed Master Degree s in Social Work ( LMSW ). Preferred Skills or Abilities: Ability to fluently communicate (reading, writing, speaking) in English and Spanish or other language. Other: Ability to travel to more than one work location. Duties, Functions and Responsibilities Essential duties and functions, pursuant to the Americans with Disabilities Act, may include the following. Other related duties may be assigned. Coordinate department response to Council and community inquiries. Serves as an interface to departmental advisory boards/commissions/groups. Attends committee, board or other meetings as needed. Coordinates events, special projects and other activities working with internal and external customers. Acts as liaison and represents the department to City departments, citizens and other stakeholders. Responds to and resolves sensitive inquiries and complaints, and issues from both internal and external sources. Conducts research and provides data results with other departments, agencies and specific groups. Reviews legislation, regulations and policies to determine impact. Assists in planning the scope, criteria, and timelines for a variety of community program activities. Speak as City representative before public group; as needed. Research information as requested and/or needed. Write informational reports. Compile data/information. Research/investigate citizen complaints to determine validity and provide information concerning citizen complaints, etc. Perform other duties as needed. Responsibilities - Supervisor and/or Leadership Exercised: May provide leadership, work assignments, evaluation, training, and guidance to others. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Must possess required knowledge, skills, abilities, and experience and be able to explain and demonstrate, with or without reasonable accommodations, that the essential functions of the job can be performed. Skill in prioritizing tasks. Skill in oral and written communications. Skill in establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with City employees and the public. Skill in planning, coordinating and implementing community programs and activities. Skills working with community representatives to identify and address local needs. Skill in interpreting, organizing, coordinating and executing assignments, projects and programs. Skill in conflict resolution and negotiation. Skill in analyzing data. Knowledge of the functions and organization of municipal government, to include the relationships between departments, divisions and agencies. Knowledge Federal, State and Local laws. Knowledge of city practice, policy and procedures. Ability to work well with individuals from a variety of different backgrounds and experience, including community leaders, residents, service providers, local officials and elected representatives. Ability to work with frequent interruptions and changes in priorities. Criminal Background Investigation This position has been approved for a Criminal Background Investigation. EEO/ADA City of Austin is committed to compliance with the American Disabilities Act. If you require reasonable accommodation during the application process or have a question regarding an essential job function, please call (512) 974-3210 or TTY (512) 974-2445. Information For City Employees: If you are an employee within the department, are in good standing and meet both the minimum and preferred qualifications, then you will receive an initial interview. Supplemental Questions Required fields are indicated with an asterisk (*). * The minimum qualifications for the Community Services Coordinator position are: Graduation with a Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university plus two (2) years of experience in a related field Related experience may substitute for education up to a maximum of four (4) years. Do you meet these minimum qualifications? Yes No * In the reviewing the minimum qualifications of this posting, please describe in 150 words or less how you meet the minimum qualifications. (Open Ended Question) * In reviewing the preferred qualifications section of this job posting, please describe in 500 words or less how you meet those preferred qualifications. (Open Ended Question) * If identified as a top candidate, do you agree to a Criminal Background Investigation (CBI)? Yes No * Please list which languages other than English which you speak/write. (Open Ended Question) * Do you have the ability to travel to multiple sites as part of the regular job duties? Yes No Optional & Required Documents Required Documents Resume Cover Letter Optional Documents
California Polytechnic State University
1 Grand Avenue, San Luis Obispo, CA 93407, USA
Description: California Polytechnic State University (Cal Poly), a distinguished public undergraduate and Master's level institution located in San Luis Obispo, California, seeks an innovative and collaborative research leader to serve as the Vice President for Research, Economic Development and Graduate Education (VP R-EDGE). The VP R-EDGE is responsible for university-wide advocacy for research, scholarship, and creative activity and promotes the value of a diverse range of scholarly and applied research activities and industry relationships for faculty, staff, and students. The VP reports to the Executive Vice President/Provost with a dotted line to the President and works in close partnership with University Development and other administrators, including, but not limited to, the Director of the Cal Poly Corporation, the academic deans, and the dean of Graduate Education. Core to the mission of the R-EDGE enterprise is a focus on delivering a "Learn by Doing" scholarly experience for students and supporting professional growth for faculty. Cal Poly provides extensive undergraduate and graduate (master's level) research, scholarship, and creative activity programs in addition to extensive applied research programs. The VP proactively fosters an environment in which the research, scholarly, and creative accomplishments of faculty and students are encouraged and rewarded, seeks to identify and create opportunities for financial support of these activities, advocates for Cal Poly's research, scholarship and creative activities both on campus and at the local, state and national levels, and promotes the reputation of Cal Poly's research, scholarship, and creative activities locally, nationally, and internationally. Required education and experience An earned doctorate or equivalent terminal degree and/or demonstrated exceptional scholarly/artistic achievement. Ten years of progressively responsible experience managing complex research programs in higher education or industry, including five years of demonstrated success in upper-level management. Required skills, knowledge, and abilities An understanding of the diverse forms of research, scholarship, and creative activity conducted at a comprehensive polytechnic university, and an informed perspective about federally sponsored programs , intellectual property, technology transfer, compliance and commercialization in the university environment. A working knowledge of Intellectual Property that includes the nuances of higher education as well as the expectations of industry partners. Demonstrated knowledge of excellent interpersonal and leadership skills, including the ability to motivate and influence individuals at all levels and negotiate agreements and partnerships. Demonstrated leadership and management experience to integrate the academic and administrative activities in research, scholarship, and creative activity. Demonstrated ability to be a strong advocate for the value of student research, scholarship and creative activity. Leadership experience in research and grants administration, and the development of cross-disciplinary research ventures in a university setting. Working knowledge of the interpretation and management of complex agreements and authorship of successful extramural research initiatives. Strong oral, written, problem solving and decision-making skills. A commitment to inclusiveness, transparency and consensus building; willingness to collaborate and communicate effectively with multiple university constituencies, including other research leaders within the California State University system. Proven experience in supporting colleges in recruiting, developing, and retaining faculty associates and professional staff with respect to research, scholarship and creative activity Significant knowledge in compliance, specifically research, export control, and environmental health and safety regulations. Demonstrated experience working productively with external constituencies, such as governing and coordinating boards, legislative bodies, public agencies, funding agencies, community members and local and regional industry. A record of working successfully with diverse students, staff, faculty, campus population and external collaborators; demonstrated commitment to diversity in hiring. An understanding of and commitment to shared governance. Preferred skills and experience A Ph.D. or terminal degree. Track record of success in obtaining external research funding and administering research programs that support faculty, graduate student and undergraduate student research, scholarship and creative activity. Working knowledge of the variety of sponsor requirements that can impact the review, approval and acceptance of grants and contracts. Cal Poly has retained Isaacson, Miller, a national executive search firm, to assist in this search. The search committee will review nominations and applications until the position is filled. However, to ensure full consideration, applicants are encouraged to submit materials by March 21, 2022 . The anticipated starting date for the position is July 1, 2022. Nominations and inquiries should be made to Brett Barbour and David Bellshaw of Isaacson Miller (see contact information below). To apply, visit http://jobs.calpoly.edu to complete the required online Cal Poly Application . In addition, each applicant must provide as separate attachments to the online application a detailed curriculum vitae or resume, a cover letter, and a Diversity Statement. The cover letter should address the applicant's qualifications and experience for this position, including a personal statement of the applicant's views on academic administration, experiences with and views on leadership, and their management style. Inquiries, nominations, and referrals may be sent via the Isaacson, Miller website for the search: www.imsearch.com/8194 . Cal Poly Known for its Learn by Doing pedagogy, Cal Poly is the flagship of the world-renowned California State University system. Annually recognized as one of the top public universities in the nation, Cal Poly continues to offer an academic curriculum based on learned experience gained through real-world practice. Located in San Luis Obispo, Cal Poly is nestled comfortably among the coastal foothills, minutes from the Pacific Ocean and equidistant to the Bay Area and Los Angeles. Diversity Statement At Cal Poly, we believe that cultivating an environment that embraces and promotes diversity is fundamental to the success of our students, our employees and our community. Bringing people together from different backgrounds, experiences and value systems fosters the innovative and creative thinking that exemplifies Cal Poly's values of free inquiry, cultural and intellectual diversity, mutual respect, civic engagement, and social and environmental responsibility. Cal Poly's commitment to diversity informs our efforts in recruitment, hiring and retention. Cal Poly is an equal opportunity employer. Supplemental Information Following a conditional offer of employment, a background check (including a criminal records check) must be completed satisfactorily before any candidate may start work with Cal Poly. Failure to satisfactorily complete the background check may result in the withdrawal of the offer of employment. Current employees who are offered positions on campus will be required to undergo a background check for any position where a background check is required by law or that Cal Poly has designated as sensitive. The person holding this position is considered a 'mandated reporter' under the California Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting Act and is required to comply with the requirements set forth in CSU Executive Order 1083 as a condition of employment. This position may be "Designated" under California State University's Conflict of Interest Code. This would require the filing of a Statement of Economic Interest on an annual basis and the completion of training within 6 months of assuming office and every 2 years thereafter. Closing Date/Time: Open until filled
San Joaquin County, CA
Stockton, California, usa
This examination is being given to fill one vacancy in the Community Development Department and to establish an eligible list to fill future vacancies. Resumes will not be accepted in lieu of an application. A completed application must be postmarked or received online by the final filing deadline. NOTE: All correspondences relating to this recruitment will be delivered via e-mail. The e-mail account used will be the one provided on your employment application during time of submittal. Please be sure to check your e-mail often for updates. If you do not have an e-mail account on file, Human Resources will send you correspondences via US Mail. TYPICAL DUTIES Assists the public in interpreting a variety of planning and building codes and land use regulations; accepts and reviews land use applications; issues permits; receives complaints and directs the public to proper agencies. Assists in updating and maintaining the County Land Use Information System; issues addresses and building permits; collects and assembles data from various public and private sources. Prepares, revises, or updates maps and overlays based on existing maps, surveys, or legal descriptions of property or boundaries and land use zones. Interprets and explains land use requirements. Plots and records boundaries of individual parcels of property and land use zones. Prepares a variety of drawings, diagrams, charts, and maps for Planning Commission meetings; makes ink tracings from layouts of finished maps. May investigate zoning complaints; notifies property owners of violation; performs routine follow-up investigation to ensure compliance and notifies concerned parties of action taken; field checks areas and updates land use. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Note: Supplemental application must be submitted with employment application. Education : Completion of 60 semester (or 90 quarter) units from an accredited college or university with course work in planning, drafting, engineering, architecture, environmental health, architectural engineering, landscape architecture, geography, sociology, public administration, business, economics, ecology, or a closely related field. Experience : Two years of experience reviewing, tracking and processing building or land use permits in a public sector planning, building or related agency, OR performing construction, building, land use, or other work that required familiarity with, and the interpretation of, planning or building-related codes, ordinances and regulations. Substitution : Additional qualifying experience may substitute for the above-required education on a year-for-year basis, where one year of experience is considered equivalent to 30 semester (or 45 quarter) units. KNOWLEDGE The methods of conducting research and surveys requiring the collection, evaluation, and tabulation of data; principles and techniques of public relations; basic planning, zoning, and building codes, ordinances and regulations; basic principles of surveying; basic geometry. ABILITY Apply the basic principles and practices of planning and zoning administration; read, understand and interpret regulations, codes, and administration procedures; make mathematical calculations of moderate difficulty; establish and maintain effective working relationships with others; express oneself, clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing. Equal Opportunity Employer San Joaquin County is an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Employer and is committed to providing equal employment to all without regard to age, ancestry, color, creed, marital status, medical condition, national origin, physical or mental disability, political affiliation or belief, pregnancy, race, religion, sex, or sexual orientation. For more information go to Equal Employment Opportunity Division (sjgov.org) . Accommodations for those covered by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA): San Joaquin County complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act and, upon request, will consider reasonable accommodations to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential job functions. BENEFITS Employees hired into this classification are members of a bargaining unit which is represented by SEIU Local 1021 . Health Insurance : San Joaquin County provides employees with a choice of three health plans: a Kaiser Plan, a Select Plan, and a Premier Plan. Employees pay a portion of the cost of the premium. Dependent coverage is also available. Dental Insurance : The County provides employees with a choice of two dental plans: Delta Dental and United Health Care-Select Managed Care Direct Compensation Plan. There is no cost for employee only coverage in either plan; dependent coverage is available at the employee's expense. Vision Insurance : The County provides vision coverage through Vision Service Plan (VSP). There is no cost for employee only coverage; dependent coverage is available at the employee's expense. For more detailed information on the County's benefits program, visit our website at www.sjgov.org under Human Resources/Employee Benefits. Life Insurance : The County provides eligible employees with life insurance coverage as follows: 1 but less than 3 years of continuous service: $1,000 3 but less than 5 years of continuous service: $3,000 5 but less than 10 years of continuous service: $5,000 10 years of continuous service or more: $10,000 Employee may purchase additional term life insurance at the group rate. 125 Flexible Benefits Plan : This is a voluntary program that allows employees to use pre-tax dollars to pay for health-related expenses that are not paid by a medical, dental or vision plan (Health Flexible Spending Account $2550 annual limit with a $500 carry over); and dependent care costs (Dependent Care Assistance Plan $5000 annual limit). Retirement Plan : Employees of the County are covered by the County Retirement Law of 1937. Please visit the San Joaquin County Employees' Retirement Association (SJCERA) at www.sjcera.org for more information. NOTE: If you are receiving a retirement allowance from another California county covered by the County Employees' Retirement Act of 1937 or from any governmental agency covered by the California Public Employees' Retirement System (PERS), you are advised to contact the Retirement Officer of the Retirement Plan from which you retired to determine what effect employment in San Joaquin County would have on your retirement allowance. Deferred Compensation : The County maintains a deferred compensation plan under Section 457 of the IRS code. You may annually contribute $18,000 or 100% of your includible compensation, whichever is less. Individuals age 50 or older may contribute to their plan, up to $24,000. The Roth IRA (after tax) is also now available. Vacation : Maximum earned vacation is 10 days each year up to 3 years; 15 days after 3 years; 20 days after 10 years; and 23 days after 20 years. Holidays : Effective July 1, 2017, all civil service status employees earn 14 paid holidays each year. Please see the appopriate MOU for details regarding holidays, accruals, use, and cashability of accrued time. Sick Leave : 12 working days of sick leave annually with unlimited accumulation. Sick leave incentive : An employee is eligible to receive eight hours administrative leave if the leave balance equals at least one- half of the cumulative amount that the employee is eligible to accrue. The employee must also be on payroll during the entire calendar year. Bereavement Leave : 3 days of paid leave for the death of an immediate family member, 2 additional days of accrued leave for death of employee's spouse, domestic partner, parent or child. Merit Salary Increase : New employees will receive the starting salary, which is the first step of the salary range. After employees serve 52 weeks (2080 hours) on each step of the range, they are eligible for a merit increase to the next step. Job Sharing : Employees may agree to job-share a position, subject to approval by a Department Head and the Director of Human Resources. Educational Reimbursement Program : Eligible employees may be reimbursed for career-related course work up to a maximum of $850 per fiscal year. Eligible employees enrolled in an approved four (4) year College or University academic program may be reimbursed up to $800 per semester for a maximum of $1600 per fiscal year. Parking Supplemental Downtown Stockton: The County contributes up to $17 per pay period for employees who pay for parking and are assigned to work in the Downtown Core Area. School Activities : Employees may take up to 40 hours per year, but not more than eight (8) hours per month, to participate in their children's school activities. Selection Procedures Applicants who meet the minimum qualifications will go through the following examination process: Written Exam : The civil service written exam is a multiple choice format. If the written exam is administered alone, it will be 100% of the overall score. Candidates must achieve a minimum rating of 70% in order to be placed on the eligible list. Oral Exam : The oral exam is a structured interview process that will assess the candidate's education, training, and experience and may include a practical exercise. The oral exam selection process is not a hiring interview. A panel of up to four people will determine the candidate's score and rank for placement on the eligible list. Top candidates from the eligible list are referred for hiring interviews. If the oral exam is administered alone, it will be 100% of the overall score. Candidates must achieve a minimum rating of 70% in order to be placed on the eligible list. Written & Oral Exam: If both a written exam and an oral exam is administered, the written exam is weighted at 60% and the oral exam is weighted at 40% unless otherwise indicated on the announcement. Candidates must achieve a minimum rating of 70% on each examination in order to be placed on the eligible list. Rate-out: A rate-out is an examination that involves a paper rating of the candidate's application using the following criteria: education, training, and experience. Candidates will not be scheduled for the rate-out process. Note: The rating of 70 referred to may be the same or other than an arithmetic 70% of the total possible points. Testing Accommodation: Candidates who require testing accommodation under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) must call Human Resources Division at (209) 468-3370 prior to the examination date. Veteran's Points : Eligible veterans, unmarried widows and widowers of veterans of the United States Armed Forces who have been honorably discharged and who have served during wartime shall be given veteran's points in initial appointment to County service. Eligible veterans receive 5 points and eligible disabled veterans receive 10 points. Disabled veterans must submit a recent award letter stating a 10% service connected disability issued by the United States Veterans Administration. Note: A copy of your DD214 showing the discharge type must be received in the Human Resources by the date of the examination. Acceptable wartime service dates: September 16, 1940 to December 31, 1946 June 27, 1950 to January 31, 1955 August 5, 1964 to May 7, 1975 Persian Gulf War, August 2, 1990, through a date to be set by law or Presidential Proclamation. Eligible Lists: Candidates who pass the examination will be placed on an eligible list for that classification. Eligible lists are effective for nine months, but may be extended by the Human Resources Director for a period which shall not exceed a total of three years from the date established. Certification/Referral: Names from the eligible list will be referred to the hiring department by the following methods. Rule of the Rank: The top rank orranks of eligibles will be referred for hiring interviews. The minimum number of names to be referred will be equal to the number of positions plus nine, or 10% of the eligible list, whichever is higher. When fillingnine or more positions in a department at the same time, the top rank or ranks will be referred and the minimum number of names shall be two times the number of positions to be filled or 10% of the eligible list, whichever is higher. This applies only to open competitive recruitments. Rule of Five: The top five names will be referred for hiring interviews. This applies only to department or countywide promotional examination. Rule of the List: For classifications designated by the Director of Human Resources, the entire eligible list will be referred to the department. Physical Exam: Some classifications require physical examinations. Final appointment cannot be made until the eligible has passed the physical examination. The County pays for physical examinations administered in its medical facilities. Pre-Employment Drug Screening Exam: Some classifications require a new employee successfully pass a pre-employment drug screen as a condition of employment. Final appointment cannot be made until the eligible has passed the drug screen. The County pays for the initial drug screen. Employment of Relatives: Applicants who are relatives of employees in a department within the 3rd degree of relationship, (parent, child, grand parent, grand child or sibling) either by blood or marriage, may not be appointed, promoted, transferred into or within the department when; They are related to the Appointing Authority or The employment would result in one of them supervising the work of the other. Department Head may establish additional limitations on the hiring of relatives by departmental rule. Proof of Eligibility: If you are offered a job you will be required to provide proof of U.S. citizenship or other documents that establish your eligibility to be employed in the U.S. HOW TO APPLY Apply Online: www.sjgov.org/department/hr By mail or in person: San Joaquin County Human Resources 44 N. San Joaquin Street Suite 330 Stockton, CA 95202 Office hours: Monday - Friday 8:00 am to 5:00 pm; excluding holidays. Phone: (209) 468-3370 Job Line: For currentemployment opportunitiesplease callour 24-hour job line at (209) 468-3377. When a final filing date is indicated, applications must be filed with the Human Resources Division before 5:00 p.m. or postmarked by the final filing date. Resumes will not be accepted in lieu of an application. Applications sent through county inter-office mail, which are not received by the final filing date, will not be accepted. ( The County assumes no responsibility for mailed applications which are not received by the Human Resources Division) . San Joaquin County Substance Abuse Policy: San Joaquin County has adopted a Substance Abuse Policy in compliance with the Federal Drug Free Workplace Act of 1988. This policy is enforced by all San Joaquin County Departments and applies to all San Joaquin County employees. Equal Opportunity Employer : San Joaquin County is an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Employer and is committed to providing equal employment to all without regard to age, ancestry, color, creed, marital status, medical condition, national origin, physical or mental disability, political affiliation or belief, pregnancy, race, religion, sex, or sexual orientation. For more information go to www.sjgov.org/department/hr/eeo . Click on a link below to apply for this position: Fill out the Supplemental Questionnaire and Application NOW using the Internet. Apply Online View and print the Supplemental Questionnaire. This recruitment requires completion of a supplemental questionnaire. You may view and print the supplemental questionnaire here . View and print the official application form as an Acrobat pdf file. A San Joaquin County application form is required for this recruitment. You may print this Acrobat PDF document and then fill it in. Contact us via conventional means. You may contact us by phone at (209) 468-3370, or by email , or apply for a job in person at the San Joaquin County Human Resources Division. Closing Date/Time: 8/26/2022 11:59:00 PM
City of Camas
Camas, WA, USA
As a member of the City’s senior leadership team, the Community Development Director will report directly to the City Administrator. The Director oversees the activities and operations of the planning, building and development engineering divisions which includes the City’s land use, building, zoning and environmental ordinances, planning, engineering and environmental and community development functions. A highly effective leader and communicator, the Director possesses exemplary public engagement skills and manages conflict well. A proven record of building consensus and providing outstanding customer service is key to being successful in this role. The ability to navigate change while accomplishing department and City priorities will be imperative to facing the growth that lies ahead in Camas.
Additionally, the successful applicant will be expected to:
Continue leading development of subarea plans for the Camas North Shore and Downtown Camas
Oversee the continued implementation of the Camas Housing Action plan and the 2035 Comprehensive Plan and lead the City’s efforts in the upcoming Comprehensive Plan periodic update process
Engage a wide variety of diverse stakeholders related to City growth and development projects.
Manage the Department budget of approximately $3.7m
Build and maintain economic development relationships and identify significant employment land opportunities in Camas
Oversee, manage and motivate 18FTEs in the Building, Planning and Development Engineering workgroups
City of Austin, TX
Austin, TX, United States
Minimum Qualifications Engineer A: Graduation with a Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with major coursework in Engineering or in a field related to the job, plus four (4) years of engineering experience acquired before and/or after licensing as a professional engineer. Licenses and Certifications Required: Licensed Professional Engineer (P.E.) in the State of Texas; or if currently licensed in another state, must have the ability to obtain a Texas P.E. license within six (6) months of employment. Engineer B: Graduation with a Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in a field related to engineering, plus six (6) years of experience in engineering acquired before and/or after licensing as a professional engineer. Licenses and Certifications Required: Licensed Professional Engineer (P.E.) in the State of Texas; or if currently licensed in another state, must have the ability to obtain a Texas P.E. license within six (6) months of employment. Engineer C: Graduation with a Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with major coursework in Engineering or in a field related to the job, plus eight (8) years of engineering experience acquired before and/or after licensing as a professional engineer. Licenses and Certifications Required: Licensed Professional Engineer (P.E.) in the State of Texas; or if currently licensed in another state, must have the ability to obtain a Texas P.E. license within six (6) months of employment. Notes to Applicants This position will be filled at one of the following levels depending upon candidate qualifications: Engineer A: $33.52 to $43.58 per hour Engineer B: $35.53 to $46.19 per hour Engineer C: $37.30 to $49.43 per hour Working with Austin Water provides a number of health and welfare benefits such as low-cost medical, dental, vision, paid leave time, a highly competitive retirement plan, training opportunities and more. Please click HERE for more information. When completing a City of Austin employment application: Please be sure to detail on the application all previous employment that you wish to be considered as part of your qualifications. A detailed, complete employment application is required. It helps us to better evaluate your qualifications and will be used to determine salary if you are selected for this position. Be sure to provide job titles and employment dates for all jobs you wish to be considered. A resume is required, but will not substitute for a complete employment application. Please include contact information from previous employers. If you are selected as a top candidate: Verification of your education (which may include high school graduation or GED , undergraduate and/or graduate degrees) will be required. You must provide proof of education from an accredited organization/institution and proof of your professional licenses or certifications. If you are in the military or a veteran, you will need to provide a copy of your DD-214 prior to confirming a start date. Travel: If you are selected for this position, and meet the Driver Safety Standards in the City of Austin Driver Safety Program , you may drive when necessary to multiple locations as part of your regular job duties. Otherwise, you are responsible for getting to and from these locations. Effective October 1, 2014, all Austin Water worksite locations are tobacco-free. Use of tobacco products and/or e-cigarettes is not permitted on any AW worksite - including construction sites, parking lots, garages or in any personal vehicle located on the premises. Pay Range Please see "Notes to Applicants" Section Hours Monday - Friday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM (With some flexibility) Job Close Date 08/19/2022 Type of Posting External Department Austin Water Utility Regular/Temporary Regular Grant Funded or Pooled Position Not Applicable Category Professional Location 6310 Wilhelmina Delco Dr, Austin, TX 78752 Preferred Qualifications Civil, Environmental, or Water Resources Engineering Degree (Bachelor of Science) Knowledge of City of Austin and State of Texas water and wastewater rules and regulations. Experience reviewing design plans for the construction of public and private infrastructure. Ability to interact effectively with the public and to resolve challenging customer issues. Experience using Geographic Information Systems ( GIS ) and work order and permitting databases such as IPS INFOR or AMANDA . Strong technical writing, presentation, and communication skills. Ability to travel to more than one work location. Duties, Functions and Responsibilities This position is posted at multiple levels. For Duties, Functions and Responsibilities, please select the appropriate job description below. Essential duties and functions, pursuant to the Americans with Disabilities Act, may include the following. Other related duties may be assigned. Engineer A Engineer B Engineer C Knowledge, Skills and Abilities This position is posted at multiple levels. For Knowledge, Skills and Abilities, please select the appropriate job description below. Must possess required knowledge, skills, abilities, and experience and be able to explain and demonstrate, with or without reasonable accommodations, that the essential functions of the job can be performed. Engineer A Engineer B Engineer C Criminal Background Investigation This position does not require a Criminal Background Investigation EEO/ADA City of Austin is committed to compliance with the American Disabilities Act. If you require reasonable accommodation during the application process or have a question regarding an essential job function, please call (512) 974-3210 or TTY (512) 974-2445. Information For City Employees: If you are an employee within the department, are in good standing and meet both the minimum and preferred qualifications, then you will receive an initial interview. Supplemental Questions Required fields are indicated with an asterisk (*). This position requires graduation with a Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with major coursework in Engineering or in a field related to the job, plus four (4) years engineering experience acquired either before and/or after licensing as a professional engineer. Do you meet these qualifications? Yes No What is your professional engineering certification or license? State of Texas Engineer-In-Training (E.I.T) certification Other state Engineer-In-Training (E.I.T) certification State of Texas registered Professional Engineer (P.E.) license Other state registered Professional Engineer (P.E.) license No engineering certification or license Please describe the experience you have with reviewing engineering construction and design plans including the number of years of such experience. (Open Ended Question) Provide an example of your experience interacting effectively with the public to resolve challenging and highly technical engineering and customer issues. (Open Ended Question) Briefly describe your GIS analysis experience. (Open Ended Question) Describe your experience with technical writing, presentation, and communications to technical and non-technical audiences. (Open Ended Question) Do you have the ability to travel to more than one work location? Yes No Were you referred to this opportunity by an Austin Water employee? If yes, please provide employee's full name. (Open Ended Question) Optional & Required Documents Required Documents Resume Optional Documents Cover Letter
City of Federal Way, Washington
Federal Way, WA, USA
Economic Development Director
City of Federal Way, Washington
Salary: $130,164 - $164,844
Plus excellent benefits including: Up to $10,000 relocation reimbursement and 2022 and 2023 retention incentive bonuses at year-end, up to $5,000 per year.
Located along the shores of Puget Sound, Federal Way, Washington, is known for its saltwater beaches, world-class sports venues, arts and cultural events and much more. Since its incorporation in 1990, the city has focused on important community projects such as downtown revitalization, transportation system improvements, new parks, and new community facilities for the performing arts. With a population of over 101,000, Federal Way is located within a 30-minute drive from both Seattle and Tacoma. Bordered on its west side by the magnificent Puget Sound, and with the Olympic and Cascade Mountain Ranges in close proximity, Federal Way offers spectacular views and year-round recreational opportunities.
The City of Federal Way operates as a Mayor-Council government, employs 386 FTEs, 160-170 temporary and/or seasonal employees, and operates with an annual budget of $132 million. City departments include the Mayor’s Office (which includes the City Clerk’s Office, Emergency Management and Human Resources), Community Development, Information Technology, Finance, Law, Public Works, Parks, Police, and Municipal Court.
Under the direction of the Mayor and City Administrator, the Economic Development Director directs, plans, leads, coordinates, supervises and manages economic development activities and operations and the downtown revitalization functions for the City. This includes preparing and managing the economic development budget and recommending policy, infrastructure, marketing, recruitment, and negotiations for new development. This position will work to enhance the economic health and vitality of the city; develop, recommend and implement short and long-range economic revitalization strategies for the City and its business districts; and develop and manage programs to recruit and retain businesses and aid businesses seeking expansion.
Bachelor’s degree in Urban Planning, Economics, Business/Public Administration, or closely related field and five years of increasingly responsible management experience related to economic development, commercial real estate development, community development, or closely related field is desired. The ideal candidate will have grant writing and grant management experience, and knowledge of real estate transition processes.
For a complete position profile, full job description and to apply online, visit Prothman at https://www.prothman.com/ and click on "Open Recruitments". For questions, call 206-368-0050. The City of Federal Way is an Equal Opportunity Employer. First review of applications: August 21, 2022 (open until filled).
Orange County, CA
Orange County, CA, United States
COMMUNITY WORKER II (MENTAL HEALTH & RECOVERY SERVICES) Salary may be negotiable within the range listed above, based on position requirements and successful candidate's qualifications, subject to appropriate authorization. This recruitment is open to the public for a minimum of five (5) business days and will close will remain open on a continuous basis until 11:59 p.m. (PST) on the day the County's needs are met. Applicants are encouraged to apply immediately . This recruitment will establish an open eligible list that will be used to fill current and future Community Worker II vacancies. The eligible list established from this recruitment may also be used to fill positions in similar and/or lower classifications throughout the County of Orange. Please note this recruitment is a continuation of the Community Worker II recruitment that was open from March 31, 2022, to April 21, 2022. If you applied previously or were placed on the eligible list, you do not need to reapply. HEALTH CARE AGENCY The County of Orange , Health Care Agency (HCA) is a dynamic organization dedicated to creating and supporting an environment that promotes the achievement of optimal individual, family and community health. Under the leadership of the Agency Director, a new and dynamic executive team with an organizational structure comprised of seven (7) service areas - Mental Health & Recovery, Correctional Health, Finance and Administrative, Office of Care Coordination, Public Health, Regulatory and Medical Health, Strategy and Special Projects Services - is committed to meeting the health needs of the diverse Orange County community. THE DEPARTMENT The Mental Health and Recovery Services (MHRS) Division consists of three (3)service areas, Adult and Older Adult Behavioral Health, Authority and Quality Improvement Services, and Children, Youth & Prevention Services which provide a culturally competent and client-centered system of behavioral health services for all eligible county residents in need of treatment for substance use disorders and behavioral health care. THE PROGRAM Prevention and Intervention is intended to prevent mental illness from becoming severe and disabling and to improve timely access for people who are underserved by the mental health system. The goal of the Prevention and Intervention component of the Mental Health Services Act is to help counties implement services that promote wellness, foster health, and prevent the suffering that can result from untreated mental illness. THE OPPORTUNITY The Prevention and Intervention Division has a current opening for a Community Worker II (CW II). Depending on the assignment, responsibilities of the CW II may include providing supervision (not treatment) to minors between the ages of 0-12 years old, referring and linking participant families to community resources, providing transportation to enrolled participants, and facilitating prevention services. The CW II will also provide transportation to adults (18 to 25) enrolled participants. This position will also support clerical teams and perform other duties as assigned. The position provides services Monday through Friday and some programs require evening hours. DESIRABLE QUALIFICATIONS & CORE COMPETENCIES The ideal candidate will have at least one (1) year of experience supervising minors in daycare or other formal settings and an education and/or training in early childhood development. Bilingual skills, especially in Spanish, are also highly desirable but not required. Some assignments will require maintenance of a valid California driver's license and proof of car insurance by date of appointment, as some programs require incumbents to drive their own vehicles and be reimbursed through the County's mileage claim process. Some programs provide access to a County vehicle for conducting services for clients/County business. The ideal candidate will also possess the knowledge and experience in the following competencies: Technical Knowledge l Technical Experience Understanding of and navigating through behavioral/mental health issues, stages of children's development and age-appropriate behavior of children Facilitating age-appropriate activities when supervising minors Safety Focus Ensuring the safety of children who are being supervised Identifying signs of suspected child abuse or neglect that may necessitate contacting the Child Abuse Registry Relationship Building l Interpersonal Skills Providing excellent customer service amongst co-workers, clients, and the public Working independently and on a team Observing and analyzing behavior and appropriateness for the situation Adaptability Adapting to new information or unexpected program obstacles Working effectively in a changing environment, and adjusting as needed MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Please click here for the minimum qualifications for the Community Worker II. PHYSICAL & MENTAL REQUIREMENTS AND WORINGING & ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS Physical Requirements: Vision sufficient to read standard text and a computer monitor; speak and hear well enough to communicate clearly and understandably in person and over the phone; independent body mobility to stand, sit, walk, stoop and bend routinely to perform daily tasks and to access a standard office environment; manual dexterity to use hands, arms and shoulders repetitively to operate a keyboard and to write. The ability to lift up to 20 lbs. Mental Requirements: Possess the ability to independently reason logically to analyze data, reach conclusions and make recommendations; possess the ability to remain calm and appropriately focused in rapidly changing and difficult situations involving conflict, complex issues, controversy and diverse stakeholder groups and interests; possess the ability to deal calmly and effectively with emotional interactions. Environmental & Working Conditions: The ability to work in the field and interact with the public, other County employees, including supervisors and managers, staff and management in other governmental and regulatory agencies, and service providers in a variety of situations which may be emotional, stressful and/or difficult; Ability to work with very young infants and knowing how to comfort and sooth sometimes fussy and crying babies. RECRUITMENT PROCESS Human Resource Services (HRS) screens all applications to identify applicants who meet the minimum qualifications for the position based on the skills required to meet the needs of the County. After the initial screening, those applicants who meet minimum qualifications will be referred to the next step of the recruitment process. Veterans Employment Preference The County is committed to providing a mechanism to give preferential consideration in the employment process to veterans and their eligible spouses and will provide eligible participants the opportunity to receive interviews in the selection process for employment and paid internship openings. Please click here to review the policy. Application Screening (Refer/Non-Refer) Applications and supplemental responses will be screened for qualifications that are highly desirable and most needed to successfully perform the duties of the job. Only those candidates that meet the qualifications as listed in the job bulletin will be referred to the next step. Online Assessments (Weighted 100%) Applicants who meet desirable qualifications will be invited to participate in a series of online examinations related to the essential job functions. The most successful candidates will be placed on an eligible list Based on the Department's needs, the selection procedures listed above may be modified. All candidates will be notified of any changes in the selection procedures. Eligible List Once the assessment has been completed, HRS will establish an eligible list of candidates. Candidates placed on the eligible list may be referred to a selection interview to be considered for present and future vacancies. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Please see below for important information regarding COVID-19 related requirements. The COVID-19 pandemic continues to evolve, and laws, regulations, and policies regarding COVID-19 are subject to change. The County of Orange is required to comply with all applicable State or County Public Health Orders, some of which require vaccination or testing as follows: Workers, who provide services in certain Medical or High-Risk Settings, will be required to provide proof of full vaccination from COVID-19 or to wear a mask and undergo weekly COVID-19 testing . Workers, who provide services in certain Health Care Facilities or in a correctional facility or detention center where health care is provided, will be required to provide proof that they are fully vaccinated and boosted . (Workers may be exempt from this requirement based on religious beliefs or a qualifying medical reason; however, if exempted, they will be required to wear a mask and undergo weekly COVID-19 testing.) The position for which you are applying may be required to adhere to any applicable State or County Public Health Orders. You will receive notification of any requirement as it applies to a position. EMAIL NOTIFICATION Email is the primary form of notification during the recruitment process. Please ensure your correct email address is included in our application and use only one email account. NOTE: User accounts are established for one person only and should not be shared with another person. Multiple applications with multiple users may jeopardize your status in the recruitment process for any positions for which you apply. Candidates will be notified regarding their status as the recruitment proceeds via email through the GovernmentJobs.com site. Please check your email folders, including spam/junk folders, and/or accept emails ending with "governmentjobs.com" and "ocgov.com." If your email address should change, please update your profile at www.governmentjobs.com . FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS: Click here for additional Frequently Asked Questions. For specific information pertaining to this recruitment, contact Gazala Yerunkar at (714) 834-3205 or firstname.lastname@example.org . EEO INFORMATION Orange County, as an equal employment opportunity employer, encourages applicants from diverse backgrounds to apply. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
CITY OF HESPERIA, CA
Hesperia, California, United States
Deputy Development Services Director Classification Specification Non-Represented Senior Management DEFINITION: Under administrative direction, plans, manages, supervises, and coordinates the daily operations, services and activities of the Development Services Department including Engineering and Planning and capital improvement projects; coordinates division activities with other City officials and departments or outside agencies, and provides responsible and complex administrative support and performs other required duties as necessary. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS: The Deputy Development Services Director is a single class position with the overall responsibility for the administration of the department functions including environmental services, public work inspections, land development, capital improvement projects and General Plan, zoning, subdivision, environmental ordinances. The incumbent will serve as a resource and provide leadership to the assigned departments to create a collaborative environment where the staff works together to achieve the goals and objectives of the department. SUPERVISION RECEIVED/EXERCISED Receives direction from the Assistant City Manager and/or designee, and exercises direct and indirect supervision of management, supervisory, professional, technical and administrative staff. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: (The following is a typical list of duties assigned to the Deputy Development Services Director. The duties included on this list are examples and are not intended to be all-inclusive or restrictive.) • Responsible for the strategic planning and execution of the assigned department and division activities and services; ensures that services are provided according to Federal and State laws, ordinances, rules, and regulations. Class specifications are only intended to present a descriptive summary of the range of duties and responsibilities associated with specified positions. Therefore, specifications may not include all duties performed by individuals within a classification. In addition, specifications are intended to outline the minimum qualifications necessary for entry into the class and do not necessarily convey the qualifications of incumbents within the position. Deputy Development Services Director Page 2 • Develops, implements, and maintains departments budget, goals, objectives, policies, and priorities for appropriate services; responsible for administration of the General Plan, zoning, subdivision, environmental ordinances, adopted development policies, construction permits, mapping system; and land development, capital projects, traffic and special projects such as water and wastewater systems and water quality management. • Serves as a liaison and primary resource with private and public community organizations, cities, county and state agencies to address problems; attends and participates in professional and community meetings with community groups, other agencies and professional organizations and participates in task forces/committees as required; stays current on issues relative to the field of Engineering, Planning and safety; responds to and resolves sensitive and complex community and organizational inquiries and complaints and provides information and resources to City officials and departments. • Coordinates, oversees and manages both in-house and consultant generated designs of development of tracks, capital projects schedules, and professional service contracts with outside consultants or contractors; directs planning studies and projects; prepares complex reports and identifies and resolves problems or issues facing the department. • Advises and serves as principal staff to Development Review Committee, Planning Commission, and City Council with respect to community planning issues and current and capital construction projects, pending cases, and the involvement and application of established City Development policies and ordinances. • Oversees and processes significant development projects including specific plans, major subdivisions, residential planned developments, commercial, and industrial complexes; monitors the design of systems, facilities and construction activities; compiles estimates, contract provisions, and specifications; approves completed plans. • Serves as a resource for division personnel, City staff and other organizations; coordinates pertinent information, resources and work teams necessary to support a positive and productive environment. • Composes, prepares and analyzes staff reports and presentation materials; makes verbal and written presentations to City Staff, Management, Council, community associations, boards, outside agencies or organizations and schools. • Conducts a variety of organizational and operational studies and investigations; research code requirements, new materials and legislation; recommends modifications to the program, codes, ordinances, policies, and procedures when necessary; prepares statistical, technical and analytical reports. • Evaluates programs, procedures, operations and identifies, develops, recommends, establishes, implements and administers long-range goals, priorities, objectives, standards, programs and policies. Deputy Development Services Director Page 3 • Participates in the selection, orientation and training of new staff members; plans, organizes, and directs work of assigned staff; implements work plans; monitors, counsels, and evaluates staff performance; provides direction for performance improvement development and recommends appropriate disciplinary actions. • Perform other related and peripheral duties as required and necessary for the successful performance of this job. QUALIFICATIONS: (The following are minimal qualifications necessary for entry into the classification.) Education and Experience: Any combination of education and experience that has provided the knowledge, skills and abilities necessary for the position of Deputy Development Services Director. A typical way of obtaining the required qualifications is to possess the equivalent of a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with major work in civil engineering, urban planning, public administration or a related field; six (6) years of progressively responsible experience in the assigned departments including public infrastructure; collaborations with elected officials, staff, developers, businesses, and residents and at minimum two (2) years of direct administrative leadership responsibility. A master’s degree is preferred. License/Certificate: • Possession of, or ability to obtain, a valid class “C” California driver’s license. KNOWLEDGE/SKILLS/ABILITIES: (The following are a representative sample of the KSA’s necessary to perform essential duties of the position.) Knowledge of: Theory, principles, practices and techniques of engineering, urban planning, economic development, and related development services; applicable Federal, State and local law, codes and regulations governing the administration of planning, community development and the design and construction of streets, water systems, capital projects and other public works projects; Subdivision Map Act, California Environmental Quality Act, and Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors Act; Government Code, Public Utilities Code, Streets and Highways Code; municipal planning applications modification, and interrelationships between ordinances, policies, standards, procedures and practices associated with the planning function; methods employed in the preparation of land development projects; contracts, agreements, plans, specifications, procedures and forms associated with public works projects and laws research methods and sources of information related to urban growth and development laws, codes, regulations and principles of community redevelopment; principles and practices of public administration, Deputy Development Services Director Page 4 including budgeting, purchasing and the maintenance of public records; organization and functions of an elected City Council and appointed boards and commissions; the Brown Act and other laws and regulations governing the conduct of public meetings; the City's Personnel Rules and Regulations; planning, zoning and subdivision design; methods and techniques of public administration research, analysis, narrative, statistical, and technical writing, report preparation and presentation and record keeping; negotiation and conflict resolution techniques; principles of contract negotiation and administration; principles and practices of personnel administration, supervision and training. Skill to: Operate an office computer and a variety of word processing, spreadsheet and other software applications. Ability to: Plan, organize, direct, and coordinate comprehensive development services programs and services including engineering and planning; delegate, authorize, select, supervise, train and evaluate staff; prepare and administer the division’s budget; allocate limited resources in a cost effective manner; interact effectively with the public; exercise flexibility, tact, confidentiality and diplomacy in dealing with sensitive, complex, and confidential issues and situations; analyze complex data in either statistical or narrative form and perform statistical and cost benefit analyses; analyze complex development issues and problems, evaluate alternative solutions, and develop sound conclusions, recommendations and courses of action; communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing; prepare verbal presentations and written reports; exercise sound, expert independent judgment within general policy guidelines; deal constructively with conflict and develop effective resolutions; respond to requests and inquiries from the general public; and establish and maintain cooperative working relationships. WORKING CONDITIONS: Position requires prolonged or intermittent sitting, standing, walking on level, uneven, or slippery surfaces, reaching, twisting, turning, kneeling, bending, stooping, squatting, crouching, crawling, lifting, stepping up and jumping over physical barriers, running or walking from one location to another in the performance of daily duties. The position also requires both near and far vision when performing animal care functions, operating assigned equipment, and reading written reports and other work related documents. Acute hearing is required when providing phone service and communicating in person. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate when indoors and moderate to loud when in animal shelter facility and outdoors. The need to lift, carry, push, and pull animals, equipment and supplies weighing up to 40 pounds is required. When working outdoors, the incumbent may encounter extreme weather conditions, including, wet, hot, cold, wind, snow, ice, and heavy vehicle traffic. The incumbent may use Deputy Development Services Director Page 5 cleaning chemicals, which may expose the employee to fumes, dust and air contaminants. Additionally, the incumbent may be exposed to blood-borne pathogens while using hypodermic needles on animals; animal scratches and bites; fumes, pungent odors, gases, chemicals, pollens, and other airborne irritants. The nature of the work also requires the incumbent to handle potentially dangerous large livestock and various wild animals (bats, snakes, bobcats, etc.), aggressive and biting animals, drive motorized vehicles, and often work with constant interruptions. Position also includes regular exposure to various zoonotic diseases. Adopted February 2022
Garfield County Government
Glenwood Springs, CO, USA
Perform a variety of routine and complex administrative, supervisory, professional and technical work in administering and enforcing building and related codes.
(These duties are a representative sample; position assignments and detailed work instructions may vary.)
Supervises building staff, schedules, assigns and directs work; conducts interviews; hires and orients new employees; oversees or conducts training; coaches; evaluates and appraises; takes disciplinary action, addresses complaints and resolves problems; and ensures quality of work.
Coordinates department activities with other departments and agencies as needed.
Provides technical building code advice to supervisors. Makes presentations to supervisors, boards, commissions, civic groups and the general public.
Communicates official programs, policies and procedures to staff and the general public.
Prepares a variety of studies, reports and related information for decision-making purposes.
Explains, interprets and provides guidance regarding all applicable codes to architects, engineers, contractors, developers and other interested parties.
Ensures that staff is kept current with technology and developments in the field of construction. Prepares proposed revisions to codes, resolutions and local regulations. Supervises the examination of building plans of all types to determine compliance with code requirements and related regulations.
Researches problems and complaints regarding commercial and residential buildings, building construction and code compliance. Responds to complex and sensitive building issues.
Resolves complex and sensitive customer service issues, either personally, by telephone or in writing.
Administers the permitting function, including application, fee assessment and collection, permit issuance, inspection and occupancy.
Performs and/or coordinates plan reviews, inspections and enforcement actions.
Assists Director with Department budget, cost control and short- and long-term planning.
Continuously improves processes and procedures to increase efficiency and effectiveness
Ensures that team meets goals and provides high level of service.
Performs other duties of a similar or related level and manages or assists with special projects as necessary or assigned.
SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY, CA
San Bernardino, California, United States
The Job Salary increase of 4% effective July 1, 2022 The Economic Development Agency is currently recruiting for an Economic Development Manager who will be responsible for developing, implementing, and overseeing various attraction and retention programs and projects, marketing and promotional activities, and economic services and events. Responsibilities include planning, organizing and directing attraction, retention, and marketing projects, while establishing and maintaining cooperative relationships with a variety of citizens, public and private organizations, and County personnel. The Economic Development Agency provides a variety of programs and services designed to attract new industry to the County of San Bernardino, as well as retain existing businesses. The objective is to maximize employment opportunities and increase capital investment throughout the region. The Economic Development Agency includes Economic Development and Workforce Development. Each plays an important role in ensuring San Bernardino County is well positioned to support expected resident and business growth. Working together, they provide vital resources for residents and businesses, create a solid platform for investment, and ensure an inviting environment for Corporate America when considering a location for their operations and workforce. This position is in the Unclassified Service and serves at the pleasure of the appointing authority. For more detailed information, please refer to the Economic Development Manager job description. Minimum Requirements Incumbents must meet both the Education and Experience requirements: EDUCATION: Bachelor's degree in business or public administration, economics, behavioral science, marketing, or a closely related field. --AND-- EXPERIENCE: Three (3) years of experience in urban, rural, or community planning; OR economic, workforce or community development. Experience should include generating business leads and business retention through strategic marketing, and collaboration and relationship building with business leaders and community stakeholders; entrepreneurship development; overseeing budgets; and researching, collecting and analyzing economic data. -AND- One (1) year of full-scope supervision responsibilities (may be concurrent). Applicants with an acceptable combination of relevant experience and education that provides the required knowledge and abilities may be considered. Transcripts or a list of completed coursework must be submitted with the application if applicant does not possess a bachelor's degree in one of the qualifying fields of study. Desired Qualifications The ideal candidate will have extensive experience in Economic Development, Community Development, or Workforce Development, and will possess the ability to understand and interpret laws and legislation as they relate to and impact economic and workforce development. In addition, the ideal candidate will be a self-starter, demonstrating continued improvement and professional growth, while employing excellent written and verbal communication skills, and exhibiting superior personal interaction skills. Experience in research and analysis is highly desired. Selection Process There will be a competitive evaluation of qualifications based on the application and supplemental questionnaire. It is to your advantage to be explicit in your responses. Only the most highly qualified candidates will receive further consideration. Application Procedure : To be considered for this excellent opportunity, please complete and submit the online employment application and supplemental questionnaire as soon as possible. This recruitment may close at any time, or until the position is filled. Resumes will not be accepted in lieu of the application and/or supplemental questionnaire. To ensure timely and successful submission of your online application, please allow ample time to complete and submit your application before the posted filing deadline. Applicants will be automatically logged-out if they have not submitted the application and all required materials prior to the posted deadline. Once your application has been successfully submitted you will receive an onscreen confirmation and an email. We recommend that you save and/or print these for your records. Please note, if you do not receive an onscreen confirmation and an email acknowledging our receipt of your application we have not received your application. If you require technical assistance , please click HERE to review the Government Jobs online application guide , or contact their Toll-Free Applicant Support line at (855) 524-5627. Please note that Human Resources is not responsible for any issues or delays caused by the internet connection, computer or browser used to submit the application. All communications regarding the remainder of the selection process will be via email . Please be sure the email provided on this application is always current; it is your responsibility to update your personal information. Update your Spam, Junk, Bulk and Firewall settings as needed to ensure that you receive all information pertaining to this recruitment. EEO/ADA: San Bernardino County is an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) and Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) compliant employer, committed to providing equal employment opportunity to all employees and applicants. ADA Accommodation: If you have a disability and require accommodations in the testing process, submit the Special Testing Accommodations Request Form within one week of a recruitment filing deadline. Veterans' Preference: Eligible veterans and their spouse or widow(er) who are not current County employees may be awarded additional Veterans' Preference points. Click here for information and instructions to request Veteran's Preference points. Please click HERE for important Applicant Information and the County Employment Process . Closing Date/Time: Continuous
City and County of Denver
Denver, Colorado, United States
About Our Job The City and County of Denver utilizes a hybrid model workplace that balances the responsibilities of public service with the benefits of a flexible work environment. Employees work where needed, at a city site and/or in the field at least two days a week and telecommute remotely at a designated workplace within the State of Colorado the remaining days. Please apply as soon, as this position will close without advance notice once wereceivea sufficient number of qualified candidates. We are hiring for one unlimited full-time Architect. BUILDING COMMUNITY: Denver Community Planning and Development is responsible for visionary city planning and ensuring safe, responsible, sustainable building. CPD regulates planning, zoning, development and maintenance of private property in Denver. We're working hard to make Denver a great place to live, work and play! www.DenverGov.org/CPD and www.DenverGov.org/DS The City and County of Denver’s Community Planning and Development Department (CPD) is seeking a highly motivated Architect to join our Development Services Division. The Architect performs intermediate level professional work by administering and monitoring less complex projects involving the renovation of buildings and facilities and reviews design and construction documents for adherence to regulatory compliance. Our Architect is a crucial role that will have an impact throughout Denver by reviewing and evaluating construction documents to ensure compliance to multiple Building codes and standards for various buildings and structures throughout the City and County of Denver. Key Responsibilities will include: Review and evaluate architectural construction documents submitted for approval utilizing applicable codes, standards, guidelines, laws, appropriate municipal ordinances, and construction standards, determine review fees, and authorize the release of approved documents for city permits and construction Check architectural plans and specifications and provide timely oral and/or written communication detailing design and/or construction deficiencies in plans and specification Interact with the public, professional design consultants, project managers, contractors, and elected officials to communicate permit application procedures and regulatory and code requirements and interpretations Participate in design coordination meetings regarding private development projects and city, state, and regional capital improvement projects in order to guide the development process, ensure timely approval and completion of projects, and resolve any problem areas Assist inspectors with interpretation of difficult or unusual code compliance issues and answer questions from inspectors about plan review comments Participate in recommending and establishing policies, procedures, standards, guidelines, and specifications and evaluate the effectiveness of existing methods, policies, procedures, and propose local and national model code modifications About You To be successful in this role, you will have excellent interpersonal and customer service skills. The ability to communicate effectively - verbally and in writing. You can efficiently demonstrate excellent time/work management skills; and work well under pressure and triage deadlines. You’re a problem solver that can envision various outcomes and plan accordingly to mitigate risky outcomes, while having strong attention to detail and be highly organized. Our ideal candidate has: Certification as a Building Plans Examiner by ICC Familiarity with Accela Permit Tracking System, Microsoft Office Suite and Bluebeam Revu We recognize your time is valuable, so please do not apply if you do not have at least the following required minimum qualifications: Education: Bachelor's Degree in Architecture or related field Experience: Three (3) years of professional architectural experience performing project, design, and/or construction management work Education/Experience Equivalency: One (1) year of the appropriate type and level of experience may be substituted for each required year of post-high school education. Additional appropriate education may be substituted for experience requirements License/Certifications: Registration as an Architect by the Colorado State Board of Registration at the time of application. Registration as an Architect by another state will be accepted in lieu of this requirement provided that the applicant has Colorado registration by the end of the probationary period. Licenses and certifications must be kept current as a condition of employment To be considered for this position, you must include the following on your job application (upload the attachment(s) to the Resume/CV section on the My Experience tab): Resume Cover Letter about your architectural experience performing project, design, and/or construction management work About Everything Else Job Profile CE0369 Architect Associate To view the full job profile including position specifications, physical demands, and probationary period, click here . Position Type Unlimited Position Salary Range $72,887.00 - $120,264.00 Starting Pay Based on experience and education Agency Community Planning & Development The City and County of Denver provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, genetic information, age, or any other status protected under federal, state, and/or local law. For information about right to work, click here for English or here for Spanish.
COUNTY OF LAKE, CA
Lake County, California, United States
General Recruitment Information Recruitments for County positions are typically conducted to establish eligibility lists to fill countywide vacancies that occur during the active status of those lists (approximately 3 -12 months). Any person on a promotional eligibility list will be considered first by the hiring department(s) before persons on an open eligibility list. The County of Lake only accepts applications for permanent positions when actively recruiting. Only online applications are accepted. It is the responsibility of each applicant to review the full job description and requirements. The County is an Equal Opportunity-Affirmative Action Employer. Veteran's Preference. To apply for County examinations - All applications for County examinations must be submitted through the County's online application system. A completed Supplemental Questionnaire must be submitted with each online application. All permanent County recruitments will be posted at www.co.lake.ca.us with a link to the online application. The County of Lake reserves the right to limit the number of applications that will be accepted for any open recruitment, and any such limit will be included on the job posting. When a limit is posted, the recruitment is subject to close at any time prior to the final filing date. Completed online application packets must be submitted by the close of business on the date that the recruitment closes . All relevant experience must be included on the application to be considered - resumes and other attached documents will not be used to qualify an applicant. Relevant experience and/or education may be substituted at a ratio of 2 to 1 for the purpose of meeting minimum qualifications and applicants should contact the Human Resources department for details. Important Notice - The provisions listed on job postings, job descriptions, or other recruitment materials do not constitute an expressed or implied contract. Benefits may vary between bargaining units. Any provisions contained within job postings, job descriptions or other recruitment material may be modified or revoked without notice. All County of Lake applicants who are given a conditional employment offer must comply with the County's pre-employment medical review program before they may be appointed to the County position. Application and Testing Information This recruitment is open continuously. The first review of applications will be done on August 9, 2022. Minimum Qualifications Licensing and Certifications: Possession of, or ability to obtain, an appropriate valid California Driver’s License. Education and Experience: Equivalent to a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited four-year college or university with a major coursework in planning or a closely related field. AND Five (5) years of full-time progressively responsible professional experience in planning, land use, and/or environmental management work, including at least three (3) years full-time experience in a supervisory or management position. Additional directly related experience and/or education may be substituted. Full Job Description COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR DEFINITION Under policy direction, plans, organizes, manages, and directs the County’s planning, building inspection, code enforcement, environmental processing, and land use functions; provides consultation and coordination for land use issues and pertinent codes, ordinances, rules, and regulations; serves as professional planning staff to the Planning Commission and Board of Supervisors; performs special assignments; and performs related duties as assigned. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS The Community Development Director is an official appointed by the Board of Supervisors. The incumbent serves as the department head for the Community Development Department and is responsible for the direction, oversight, supervision, and coordination of the County’s planning, building inspection, code enforcement, and land use functions. This is a discrete classification. The incumbent in this management position serves at the pleasure of his/her appointing authority, which means the employment relationship is at-will, and that the County of Lake or the employee may terminate the relationship at any time, with or without cause. SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND EXERCISED Receives policy direction from the County Administrative Officer on behalf of the Board of Supervisors. Exercises general direction and supervision over professional, technical, administrative support, and extra help staff. EXAMPLES OF ESSENTIAL DUTIES Class specifications are intended to present a descriptive list of the scope of duties performed by employees in this class and are not intended to reflect all duties performed within the job. Assumes full management responsibility for all programs, services, and activities of the Community Development Department, based on policy direction provided by the Board of Supervisors, federal requirements, and state regulations and policies. Develops and implements the department’s goals, objectives, policies, and procedures; and exercises accountability for the department and related decisions. Creates performance and development plans for direct reports, conducts periodic discussions about progress, prepares written performance evaluations; makes hiring, termination, and disciplinary decisions. Plans, organizes, administers, reviews, and evaluates the work of department staff through subordinate managers. Prepares and administers the department’s budgets and manages the fiscal expenditures and revenues. Plans, directs, organizes, manages, and coordinates the County’s planning, building inspection, code enforcement, and land use functions; coordinates the review and approval of environmental reviews and documents; develops and administers a variety of inspection and enforcement programs. Develops and administers the County’s general plan and resource planning; serves as an appeals level for land use permits. Provides subject matter expertise and consultation for planning and land use issues to County management, elected officials, boards, and commissions. Interprets and enforces federal, state, and local laws, codes, rules, regulations, and ordinances related to the functions of the Community Development Department. Prepares, reviews, complies, and analyzes complex technical reports, inspection reports, contracts, certifications, public records requests, statistical data, evidence, and other documents. Represents the department and serves as the liaison to the public, community organizations, and other government agencies; attends regional and state meetings; provides information and delivers presentations as needed. Responds in the event of local disasters and supports community recovery efforts. Performs special assignments for the Board of Supervisors and the County Administrative Officer. Performs related duties as assigned. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Knowledge of: Principles and practices of public administration, organization, management analysis, supervision, personnel management, employee relations, training, and organizational development. Federal, state, and, local laws, rules, regulations, ordinances, policies, and procedures related to land use, resource conservation, the environment, nuisance abatement, planning, zoning, and building construction. Purposes, procedures, and functions of public land use agencies, boards, commissions, and governing bodies. Principles and practices of employee supervision, including work planning, assignment review and evaluation, discipline, and the training of staff in work procedures. Principles and practices of leadership. Organizational and management practices as applied to the analysis and evaluation of programs, policies, and operational needs. Principles, techniques, and practices of effective program and project administration. Principles of budget preparation and expenditure control. Principles, techniques, and trends of land use and environmental planning. Proper inspection methods and procedures. Environmental impacts of changes in land use. Research and statistical methods. Written and oral communications skills. Proper English spelling, grammar, and punctuation. Computers and software programs (e.g., Microsoft software applications) to conduct research, assess information, and/or prepare documentation. Principles and techniques for working with groups and fostering effective team interaction. Ability to: Plan, organize, manage, and administer the functions of the Community Development Department. Select and supervise staff, provide training and development opportunities, ensure work is performed effectively, and evaluate performance in an objective and positive manner. Analyze, interpret, explain, and apply a variety of state and County laws, ordinances, policies, rules procedures and regulations related to land use, environmental quality, resource planning, building construction, and abatement. Develop and implement Countywide inspection and enforcement programs. Enforce regulations with firmness and tact. Direct, organize, and prepare planning studies, reports, and presentations. Develop and implement goals, objectives, policies, procedures, work standards, and internal controls for the department. Provide administrative and professional leadership and direction for the department and the County. Oversee the gathering and maintenance of data regarding land use and environmental control. Develop and administer the department budget. Effectively represent the Community Development Department. Regularly work well under pressure, meeting critical deadlines. Communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing. Utilize a computer, relevant software applications, and/or other equipment as assigned to perform a variety of work tasks. Establish, maintain, and foster positive and effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work. Licensing and Certifications: Possession of, or ability to obtain, an appropriate valid California Driver’s License. Education and Experience: Equivalent to a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited four-year college or university with a major coursework in planning or a closely related field. AND Five (5) years of full-time progressively responsible professional experience in planning, land use, and/or environmental management work, including at least three (3) years full-time experience in a supervisory or management position. Additional directly related experience and/or education may be substituted. WORKING CONDITIONS, ADA, AND OTHER REQUIREMENTS The County of Lake is an equal opportunity employer and will comply with its obligations under the law to provide equal employment opportunities to qualified individuals with disabilities. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential job functions. Incumbents generally work in a typical office environment with adequate light and temperature. There may be occasional exposure to extreme temperatures, loud noise, fumes, noxious odors, dust, mist, gases, and poor ventilation; underground, confined, or restricted workspaces; and heights more than five stories above ground level. Incumbents may interact with upset staff and/or public and private representatives in interpreting and enforcing departmental policies and procedures. Positions in this class typically require: sitting, stooping, kneeling, crouching, reaching, standing, walking, pushing, pulling, lifting, fingering, grasping, talking, hearing, seeing, and repetitive motions. Sedentary Work: Exerting up to 10 pounds of force occasionally and/or a negligible amount of force frequently or constantly to lift, carry, push, pull or otherwise move objects. Sedentary work involves sitting most of the time. Jobs are sedentary if walking and standing are required only occasionally and all other sedentary criteria are met. Light Work: Exerting up to 20 pounds of force occasionally, and/or up to 10 pounds of force frequently, and/or a negligible amount of force constantly to move objects. If the use of arm and/or leg controls requires exertion of forces greater than that for Sedentary Work and the worker sits most of the time, the job is rated for light work. Positions in this class may require local and statewide travel as necessary. A successful candidate will be required to submit to and pass a background check prior to the appointment. Depending upon the position and/or assigned department, the background check may include but is not limited to civil and criminal history check, reference check, Live Scan, and/or credit check (as allowed under state law). Disaster Service Workers: As members of the County of Lake Emergency Services Organization, all County of Lake employees are designated as Disaster Service Workers during a proclaimed emergency and may be required to perform certain emergency services at the direction of the department/county. The contents of this class specification shall not be construed to constitute any expressed or implied warranty or guarantee, nor shall it constitute a contract of employment. The County of Lake assumes no responsibility beyond the general accuracy of the document, nor does it assume responsibility for any errors or omissions in the information contained herein. The contents of this specification may be modified or revoked without notice. Terms and conditions of employment are determined through a “meet and confer” process and are subject to the Memorandum of Understanding currently in effect. RETIREMENT - County employees are members of the California Public Employee Retirement system (CalPERS).CalPERS provides a defined benefit pension at retirement for County employees.The pension formulas and employee contribution amounts may vary by bargaining unit, date of hire, prior qualifying service, and classification. Please contact Human Resources for more information. HEALTH AND INSURANCE BENEFITS - Medical, dental, hospital, vision, life and disability coverage is available to employees and their dependents. The County contributes $1,000 of the monthly premiums for the insurance plan options. VACATION ACCRUAL may be adjusted for current city or county government employees. VACATION - 80 hours per year during the first five years of service, 120 hours per year after five years, and additional accruals based on years of service beyond fifteen years. Pro-rated for part-time employees. SICK LEAVE - Accrues at a rate of 96 hours per year. Pro-rated for part-time employees. HOLIDAYS - An average of twelve paid 8-hour holidays per year. Pro-rated for part-time employees. SALARY - Lake County has an adopted salary schedule. The salary range for most classifications is in five increments with a provision for longevity increases. Appointments are normally made at the first step of the salary range. SOCIAL SECURITY - County employees participate in Social Security. CALIFORNIA STATE DISABILITY INSURANCE - SDI is available to some County employees. DEFERRED COMPENSATION PLANS and CREDIT UNION MEMBERSHIPS are available to County employees. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
City of Chico, CA
Chico, California, United States
Position Information This recruitment is to fill one position within the Community Development Department. The Deputy Director/Building Official is a relatively new position and will be vital to the department's current operational success and long-term goals. The ideal candidate will have: Experience in providing policy and departmental direction for Building and Code-related functions. The ability to oversee a comprehensive Building Inspection and Code program, and applicable related staff. Experience in, and the ability to supervise, plan checking and inspections of building construction projects, pursuant to City, State, and Federal construction requirements. NOTICE: The City of Chico is committed to inclusion and a diverse workforce and has made candidate applications anonymous to reduce implicit bias in the hiring process. Candidate names, addresses, and other Personally Identifiable Information (PII) are auto-redacted on applications sent to the department. The pay range for this position will fall between $125,000 and $140,000 and is negotiable depending on candidate qualifications. Union: This position is not represented by a bargaining group and will have a stand-alone contract. This recruitment is open until filled. Job Description DEFINITION Under limited direction of the Community Development Director, to manage and oversee the activities and operations of the Building and Code Enforcement functions of the City; to coordinate assigned activities with other City departments and outside agencies; to supervise assigned divisions and staff; to provide highly responsible organizational assistance and support to the Director in such fields as personnel, budgeting, purchasing, planning, public works and community development; makes recommendations regarding departmental policies and procedures; trains and supervises assigned staff; to perform related work as required. EXAMPLES OF TYPICAL JOB FUNCTIONS (Illustrative Only) Management reserves the right to add, modify, change, or rescind the work assignments of different positions and to make reasonable accommodations where appropriate so qualified employees can perform the essential functions of the job. Assists the Community Development Director in managing and directing the department, including developing and implementing goals, priorities, policies, and procedures Supervise and coordinate the activities of assigned division personnel in gathering information, analyzing data, preparing plans and reports, and other related functions Utilizes Community Development software to help manage workflows, permitting, and inspections processes Provides policy direction on Building and Code Enforcement functions Review reports and studies prepared by staff Administer and make authoritative interpretations of applicable regulations and policies Supervise, train, and evaluate staff Oversees a comprehensive program of building inspection for the City Works together with contractors, architects and engineers on unusual problems regarding building codes Establishes and sets procedures or policies for plan permitting and field inspections and makes inspections when necessary to clarify policy Plan and supervise skilled building inspectors; supervise and participate in plan checking, as well as the inspection of building construction projects and in the examination of completed projects for compliance with City zoning, State and Federal construction requirements, and the use of proper materials and adherence to safety standards Resolve complaints in regard to building construction work and code violations; investigate and assign complaints to subordinate inspectors for investigation Assess administrative support systems and automate systems where appropriate and necessary Continuously monitor and evaluate the efficiency and effectiveness of service delivery methods and procedures Assess and monitor workload, administrative and support systems, and internal reporting relationships Identify opportunities for improvement and direct implementation of changes; Manage and participate in the development and administration of the Department's budget Forecast staffing, equipment, material and supply needs Serve as an advisor to the City Council, City Manager and appointed boards, commissions, administrative committees and citizen committees on community development matters and explain new and revised programs to the City Council, professional and citizen groups Meet with management staff to identify and resolve problems; assign projects and programmatic areas of responsibility Review and evaluate work methods and procedures Conduct a variety of organizational studies, investigations and operational studies; recommend modifications to Community Development programs, policies and procedures as appropriates Respond to citizen complaints and requests for information Prepare and present staff reports and recommendations Assume leadership in the absence of the Community Development Director Perform related assignments, as necessary PHYSICAL DEMANDS Work is performed mostly in office settings. Some outdoor work is required in the inspection of various land use developments and construction sites. Hand-eye coordination is necessary to operate computers and various pieces of office equipment. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to talk; hear; sit; use hands to finger, handle, feel or operate objects, tools, or controls; and reach with hands and arms. The employee is routinely required to stand or walk. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 10 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to focus. ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS While performing the duties of this job, the employee occasionally works in outside weather conditions. The employee is occasionally exposed to wet and/or hot temperature conditions, and airborne particles. The noise level in the work environment is usually quiet in the office, and moderately noisy in the field. Qualifications Knowledge of: California building codes and laws, regulations and ordinances governing building and construction modern methods of building construction and principles of structural design The principles and functions of building inspection administration Supervisory practices, personnel management and the principles of training and public relations Public administration principles and methods Computer applications related to work Organizational and management practices as applied to the analysis and evaluation of programs, policies and practices Advanced principles and practices of municipal budget preparation and administration Customer service techniques and principles Principles of supervision, training and performance evaluation. Ability to: Plan, organize, direct and coordinate the work of professional, para-professional, technical and administrative support staff Project consequences of proposed actions and implement recommendations in support of goals Identify and respond to community and City Council issues, concerns and needs Communicate clearly and concisely, orally and in writing Work effectively and develop positive relationships with a diverse population and various cultures Generate new and creative ideas through visionary and strategic thinking Develop and maintain strong and effective working relationships with organizational leadership team Resolve sensitive personnel and other confidential matters appropriately. Education and Experience: Any combination of training and experience that would provide the required knowledge, skills, and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the required qualifications would be: Education : Equivalent to a Bachelor's Degree from an accredited college or university with major course in a related field supplemented by specialized training in building construction inspection and plan checking. Certification by Council of American Building Officials or International Conference of Building Officials certification as a Building Official is preferred. Experience: Minimum of five years municipal administrative experience with significant exposure to building and code enforcement administration, and managing one of the functional areas described above. Licenses and Certifications: Possession of a valid California Driver License. Additional Information The City of Chico is looking for individuals who are results-oriented, possess great attitudes, demonstrate creativity and innovation, work efficiently, show a record of success and have a PASSION for public service. Having the best employees provides the best service to the community. APPLICATIONS ARE ONLY ACCEPTED ONLINE, THROUGH THE NEOGOV/GOVERNMENTJOBS.COM SYSTEM. If this is the first time you are applying using the online job application, you will need to create an account and select a Username and Password. After your account has been established, you can build your application which can be saved and used to apply for other City of Chico employment opportunities. Online applications are stored on a secure site. Only authorized employees and hiring authorities have access to the information submitted. It is the responsibility of the applicant to ensure applications are received by the City of Chico Human Resources Office. Degree, Licenses, Certifications and/or Equivalencies: Candidates must include copies of items listed as a minimum qualification; failure to provide required certificates by the close of the recruitment will result in candidate disqualification. If this position requires a typing certificate: typing certificates must have been issued within one year and the net speed must match the minimum requirement listed in the job description. For standardization, net speed will be calculated by subtracting the number of errors from the gross WPM. Internet generated typing certifications are not accepted. Equivalency for experience and/or education listed within a job description may be established pursuant to the City-wide Classification Plan and through coordination with Human Resources. Candidates seeking an equivalency must contact Human Resources, at (530) 879-7900, for instructions on submitting an equivalency request. Being minimally qualified for a position does not guarantee a candidate progression through the full recruitment process. Travel and Recruitment Related Expenses: The City of Chico does not reimburse applicants for any travel or expenses in connection with applying for employment, unless authorized by the City Manager. Pre-Employment Processing: Applicants may be required to pass fingerprinting, a background, and a medical examination as a condition of employment or promotion. Medical exams may include a fitness exam, psychological exam, and a drug and alcohol screening, depending on the position. E-verify is used to determine candidate eligibility to work in the United States. The City of Chico is an Equal Opportunity Employer and supports workforce diversity. Women, minorities, and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply. The City of Chico will consider individuals with disabilities based on their qualifications to perform the essential functions of the position for which they are applying and will provide reasonable accommodation in the application and/or testing process. If you require accommodation in the application and/or testing process, please notify the Human Resources Office within seven (7) days of the need for accommodation, so appropriate alternative arrangements can be made. If you have any questions, or need additional assistance regarding City of Chico employment opportunities, please contact the Human Resources Department at (530) 879-7900 or email@example.com . Closing Date/Time:
Union Sanitary District
Union, CA, United States
Overview Customer Service Coach (Supervisor) Municipal Engineering and Development Services $164,639.70 - $216,089.74 annually USD is Building its Future - Join us and Build Yours, too! Are you passionate about protecting the San Francisco Bay? Are you looking for a place to grow and develop your skills, to have the opportunity to do meaningful work and serve your community? Come join us! USD offers careers with a great work/life balance. The District has an immediate opening for a Coach for the Customer Service Team (CST), in our Technical Services Workgroup. The CST Coach is a Mid-Level Manager who plans, organizes, supervises, and directs the District's Customer Service (CST) team. The CST Coach directs the work of staff engaged in plan review, permitting and inspection activities for new construction of sanitary sewers, including new laterals and sewer lateral repairs; participates in the updating of the sewer cost of service analysis and annual sewer services billing process and is responsible for the updating and administration of the Capacity Fee Program. The CST Coach provides technical and supervisory direction for the day-to-day activities of professional, technical and support staff. The CST Coach provides highly responsive administrative staff assistance to the Technical Services group and the General Manager and represents the District to outside groups and on various inter-agency projects. The Organization Union Sanitary District (USD) is an award-winning, innovative special district providing wastewater collection, treatment, and disposal services to the residents and business in the cities of Fremont, Newark, and Union City in the south-eastern San Francisco Bay Area. We proudly celebrated 100 years of service to our communities in 2018. The District's service area encompasses 60.2 square miles with over 830 miles of underground pipelines. The District treats an average dry weather flow of 24 MGD and has a total average dry weather capacity of 33 MGD. USD serves 356,000 residents and over 3,000 commercial and industrial parcels. The agency employs 142 staff. USD is committed to providing exceptional service to its customers through the fulfilment of its Mission Statement, "To safely and responsibly collect and treat wastewater, and to recover resources from process waste streams, while protecting human health and improving the environment in a way that benefits the Tri-Cities and all USD stakeholders." The District is a team-based organization. Team members have input into key decisions that affect their daily work lives. Employees at all levels participate on task forces and committees to address District-wide issues, resulting in increased cooperation among different disciplines and greater appreciation for each other's expertise. All of USD's teams strive to provide excellent customer service to both internal and external customers. Examples of Duties As the CST Coach, here are just a few of the things you will be working on: (For the complete job description, click here .) Develops, promotes, supports and ensures compliance with District-wide, workgroup, and team safety policies and procedures. Assists in preparing and implementing the team budget, forecasts revenues, authorizes, monitors and controls expenses. Plans, assigns, and reviews the work of engineering, technical and support staff. Develops and implements changes to standard specifications, fee ordinances, easements, and encroachment agreements. Negotiate and obtains permits, easements, or other land use agreements for District construction projects and new development projects; participates in land acquisition/disposition; manages District land use records; coordinates annexations of property to the District's service area. Analyzes and evaluates bids on specifications for construction work and materials; provides construction management; interprets and enforces specifications, regulations, District policy and ordinances; reviews and approves change orders. The CST Coach is responsible for updating the District's Capacity Fee Study and administering the program in coordination with other key District staff and in consultation with the Executive Team. Mentors CST staff in carrying out their responsibilities and assists staff in working effectively. Trains, motivates and evaluates personnel, maintains discipline and high standards necessary for the team. Serves as a resource to the Executive Team and the Board of Directors on technical and management programs. Attends Board of Directors meetings and Board Committee meetings as necessary; prepares and presents staff reports and agenda items for consideration by the Board. May manage technically complex and large capital projects, review design submittals prepared by consultants, outline scope of work, direct, coordinate and participate in special engineering, hydraulic, regulatory, feasibility and environmental assessment studies with District staff, governmental agencies, developers and consultants. See the job description here for the full list of responsibilities. Qualifications Any combination of education and experience that would likely provide the required knowledge, skills, and abilities or as a Senior Engineer as indicated below is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge, skills, and abilities would be the equivalent of: Education and Experience: Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with a major in civil, sanitary, or environmental engineering, or a related field, and ten (10) years of increasingly responsible experience related to planning, evaluation, design, construction inspection, and assessment of large sewerage systems, for pipelines or related facilities, with direct management of at least five projects is desirable. Five (5) years' experience in managing, supervising or directing the work of environmental professionals, construction inspectors, and administrative staff is required. A master's degree is highly desirable. Other combinations of education and experience may fulfill the requirements, at the discretion of the hiring manager. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: You must have knowledge of: Must have outstanding verbal communication and interpersonal skills. The District's goals and initiatives and be able to communicate these goals. Able to conceptualize and translate concepts into programs. Excellent judgment in carrying out both technical and management responsibilities, addressing issues with integrity, fairness, and flexibility. Civil engineering principles, terms, practices, and methods applicable to wastewater utilities. Wastewater treatment and collection and transport systems. Principles of management administration. Principles and practices of civil engineering as applicable to the planning, design, and construction of wastewater utilities including recycled water. Principles and practices of construction methods and inspection techniques, including materials and equipment used in the construction of wastewater collection, treatment and recycled water facilities. Environmental controls and the conduct of engineering projects. Engineering capital project management techniques and methods. Public contracting and contract management practices. Budget preparation and administration. Engineering mathematics through calculus and statistical analysis methods. Plan, organize and direct an effective engineering and technical services program. Effective employee supervision, training and personnel management, including work planning, assignment, review and evaluation, and the training of staff. Employee relations concepts and methods including leadership, motivation, team building and conflict resolution. Modern office practices, methods, computer equipment and applications related to the work. Licenses, Certificates, or Credentials and Other Requirements: Must possess valid California registration as a Professional Civil Engineer. Must possess a valid Class C California driver's license, have and maintain a satisfactory driving record, and be insurable by the District to operate District vehicles. Must possess the physical characteristics to perform the critical and important duties of the job. Additional Information Apply online only at Job Opportunities - Union Sanitary District (ca.gov) . Please include a current resume. First review of applications will be 8/11/22. High scoring candidates will be invited to a Virtual Qualifications Appraisal Interview, to be held on Thursday, 8/18/2022. Finalist Interviews are tentatively scheduled for the week of 8/22/2022. You will be contacted regarding all phases of this recruitment via email, so please check your inbox for correspondence regarding next steps and results throughout the exam process. Please ensure that the email address on your application is correct and current before submitting your application. Before appointment to the position the candidate must pass a criminal background check including reference checks, Live Scan, and DMV clearance. Excellent Benefits: USD offers an excellent benefits package including: CalPERS retirement 2.5% at 55 formula. (If new to CalPERS or not from an agency with reciprocity with CalPERS, the formula is 2% at 62 by pension reform law). Medical, dental and vision insurance substantially paid for by the District for the employee and family. Deferred compensation matching up to $3,050 per year. Two weeks' vacation per year (increasing with longevity); Administrative leave of 40 hours per year, and 12 paid holidays per year., plus 2 Holidays of Employee's choice. Short Term Disability, Long Term Disability and Life Insurance paid by the District. Alternative Work Week Schedule. Educational Reimbursement, Student and Computer Loan programs for non-probationary employees. Retiree medical benefits up to $650 per month depending on years of service. Disaster Service Worker: Employees of Union Sanitary District are, by state and federal law, Disaster Service Workers. In the event of a declaration of emergency, any employee may be assigned activities which promote the protection of public health and safety or the preservation of lives and property either at the District or within the local, or your own community. Accommodation: Candidates with a disability who may require special assistance in any phase of the application or selection process should advise Human Resources by mailing firstname.lastname@example.org upon submittal of application. Union Sanitary District is an equal opportunity employer encouraging workforce diversity. Closing Date/Time:
Sacramento Housing & Redevelopment Agency (SHRA)
Sacramento, CA, United States
Description PURPOSE OF POSITION: The Community Property Representative will provide the Housing Authority's primary interface with tenants at our various properties. Community Property Representative's may reside at the designated property and will be responsible for monitoring the property for security issues, ensuring that the property is maintained in accordance to standards, reporting and/or correcting maintenance problems, showing units, and assisting with inspections. While most of the work is done during normal business hours, this position is expected to be on call after business hours and on the weekends, and may have call out responsibilities at other properties as necessary. Classification: Represented by SHRA Employee Association This is an On-Site position which includes a 1 Bedroom Apartment and SMUD Utilities. Living on-site is required and is a condition of employment. Examination Process : Individuals who pass screening qualifications may be invited to a written exam. Only the most qualified and up to 50 candidates will be invited to a written examination. Up to 16 candidates who pass the written examination will be invited to an oral examination. Only those who successfully pass the oral examination will be placed on an eligible list for this classification. Essential Areas of Responsibility General Property Management Collect delinquent rents Draft notices including lease violations, 3-day and 30 day notices Prepare weekly and daily reports, resident communication and move-in/move/out processes Show vacant units to perspective tenants as requested by the central office staff, secure vacant units, and provide vacancy update to central staff Document and communicate tenant complaints and requests to Regional Community Manager and Central Office Report maintenance problems as needed including submitting online maintenance requests Orient and instruct new tenants on property operations and appliance/equipment operation Assist in organizing, planning and implementing unit inspections and resident activities Maintain tenant list Enforce all property rules including parking/valid vehicle registration requirements Update signage, maintain front door entry programming and alarm system information Maintain calendars for community rooms and distribute and post notices and announcements. Respond to alarms (such as fire and nurse pull alarms) and resolve or refer emergencies to appropriate personnel and authorities Inform Regional Community Manager and Central Office staff of potential or actual tenant lease violations Establish and maintain effective and cooperative working relationships with tenant, co-workers and management Attend resident meetings and trainings as required Place recycling bins in parking lots before pick-u, and return bins after pick-up Respond to telephone calls and emails in a timely manner Provide cover for other Property Community Managers at other sites during absences Participate in the annual income certification process for existing and new residents including scheduling appointments, collecting documentation, completing, filing and scanning certification paperwork Process incoming rents in Yardi Daily and Weekly Community Upkeep Walk the full property at the start and end of each day and note any maintenance needs, hazardous conditions, graffiti, or lease violations. Report on the daily log and submit to Regional Community Manager and Central Office corrective action items May perform general light custodial work including picking up debris in common areas Ensure that property maintains attractive "curb appeal" at all times. Education & Experience High school diploma or general education and one year related experience in property management Property Management experience preferably consists of 50 units or more and with affordable housing (tax credit) required. Experience providing customer service/ and working with social services programs preferred Ability to communicate effectively in English both verbally and in writing Job Duties & Responsibilities OTHER DUTIES: All employees may be assigned, and required to carry out, additional duties at any time. An employee with a known disability will only be assigned additional duties when the duty being added is an essential function of the position, or can be carried out with reasonable accommodation. Every employee is expected to participate in discussions of individual, department and Agency performance and work on problem-solving teams as assigned. Any employee serving on a problem-solving team may be asked to carry out the role of team leader Any person driving for Sacramento Housing and Redevelopment Agency must maintain a valid driver's license on his/her person, and demonstrate compliance with the motor vehicle law, standards of courtesy on the road and attention to safety. All drivers must maintain their insurability. Living on-site is required and is a condition of employment. As a condition of employment with SHRA, this employee will be required to complete a COVID-19 vaccination recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (including for emergency use) and provide proof of vaccination to the Human Resources Department prior to employment. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
CHARLESTON COUNTY, SC
North Charleston, SC, United States
Description This highly responsible position Directs, manages, and coordinates the daily operations of the Community Development Department and the Medically Indigent Assistance Program; performs other direct related work as required. HIRING SALARY RANGE: $95,284 - $129,604 (Estimated Annual Salary) APPLICATION DEADLINE: OPEN UNTIL FILLED - APPLICATION REVIEW BEGINS IMMEDIATELY Duties and Responsibilities Provides leadership to the Community Development Department in developing, delivering, and maintaining a broad array of community development programs. Keeps Deputy County Administrator fully and accurately informed concerning Community Development projects, policies, procedures, and programs concerning work progress, including present and potential work problems and suggestions for new or improved ways of addressing such problems. Oversees all financial activity associated with Federal and County spending and ensures compliance with all relevant regulations and guidance Establishes the goals of and policies and procedures for the Community Development Department, and ensures Department operates in accordance with five-year comprehensive plan and in accordance with Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and County guidelines. Leads Advisory Board structure and ensures by-laws are fully executed. Ensures special programs such as the Well and Septic Upgrade Program, the Emergency Rehabilitation Program, the Emergency Rental Assistance Program, and other programs as directed by County Council are implemented and managed efficiently and effectively achieving the desired outcomes of the funding. Ensures timely commitment of funding, including seeking additional grants, organizing pre-bid conferences, and coordinating applications. Oversees the day-to-day operation of the Program, ensuring that all projects and activities are timely conducted. Supervises the program staff and determines staffing needs and expands/shrinks according to demands of the programs and the funding Participates in all aspects of personnel administration with assigned employees, including providing leadership, hiring, termination, grievance procedures, and coordinating employee training. Presents at County Council meetings on topics relevant to department projects or council initiatives Provides supervision and technical assistance to 14 participating jurisdictions, mayors and their representatives to ensure partnerships are maintained and satisfactorily served in order to keep jurisdictions engaged in the process. Attends all County Council meetings, internal and external meetings and conferences, workshops and training sessions and stays up to date on best practices for program creation implementation and change. Maintains solid credible relationships with community and non-profit organizations in order to effectively implement programs with these agencies. Communicates and coordinates regularly with others to maximize the effectiveness and efficiency of interdepartmental operations and activities. Performs other directly related duties consistent with the role and function of the classification. May be designated to report to work during hazardous weather or emergency conditions. Minimum Qualifications Bachelor's Degree from an accredited institution in Public Administration, Planning, nonprofit management or a related field; and 7 years of progressively responsible experience in implementing community-based programs with federal dollars or Any equivalent combination of experience and training which provides the knowledge, skills and abilities necessary to perform the work. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Knowledge: Comprehensive knowledge of local government structure, techniques, and procedures for developing schedules, reports, and plans. Comprehensive knowledge of relevant federal, state, and local laws and regulations. Comprehensive knowledge of Department's goals and funding cycles. Substantial knowledge of business and finance. Skills: Skilled in writing complex reports, correspondence, procedure manuals, speeches, and articles for publication. Skilled in effectively presenting information to County Council, management, employees, and the general public. Skilled in identifying and resolving issues, whether issues are technical or interpersonal, and whether resolution can be achieved acting alone or in coordination with others. Skilled in leadership and supervisory skills. Abilities Able to instruct and motivate others to learn new practices and procedures to accomplish work objectives. Able to effectively promote team and organization building, goal development, and project follow-through. Able to plan, organize and evaluate the work of others. Able to establish and implement short-term and long-term goals. Able to provide effective leadership, motivation, and supervision to subordinate and related support personnel. Able to consistently interpret and apply policies. Able to understand and follow oral and/or written policies, procedures and instructions. Able to use logical and creative thought processes to develop solutions according to written specifications and/or oral instructions. Able to exercise critical thinking and to correct or propose solutions to existing problems and to propose better and/or more efficient methods of organizing or performing tasks. • Able to analyze moderate to difficult data, interpret it, and exercise mature judgment in accordance with established departmental policies and procedures in reporting it. Able to prepare and present accurate and reliable reports containing findings and recommendations. Able to operate a personal computer using standard or customized software applications appropriate to assigned tasks. Able to use logical and creative thought processes to develop solutions according to written specifications and/or oral instructions. Able to understand and follow oral and/or written policies, procedures and instructions. Able and willing to quickly learn and put to use new skills and knowledge brought about by rapidly changing information and/or technology. Able to use integrity, ingenuity, and inventiveness in the performance of assigned tasks. Closing Date/Time:
City of Huntington Beach, CA
Huntington Beach, California, United States
The Senior Services Department Aide-Meals is an entry-level position that implements the Home Delivered Meals Nutrition Program for older adults. The current vacancy is at the Senior Center in Central Park. Incumbent must be available to work a varied work schedule as work schedule changes with demand for social services. Note: This recruitment may close at any time, and will close as soon as the hiring manager determines that enough qualified applications have been received. This is a Non-Perm, Part-Time position. Temporary/part-time employment is restricted to 1,000 hours within a 12-month period (July 1 - June 30) and does not qualify to receive City benefits, except those required by law. The City does not belong to the Social Security system. However, enrollment in an alternative retirement program is mandatory which requires an employee contribution of 7½% of base earnings to the Public Agency Retirement System (PARS). There are no rights to employment and employment may end with or without cause or advance notice. Further restrictions apply to CalPERS Retired Annuitants. Examples of Essential Duties Typical duties include but are not limited to: Intake and assessment Information and referral Training and coordination of volunteers Preparing and maintaining statistical records Coordinating and mapping delivery routes. The preceding functions have been provided as examples of the types of work performed by employees assigned to this job classification. The City at its discretion, may add, modify, change or rescind work assignments as needed. Minimum Qualifications Knowledge of : Basic social services needs of older adults and families; basic factors which support older adults and families' social and physical well-being such as healthcare, household management and material needs; knowledge of assessment skills and counseling techniques; public and private social service agencies and other community resources available to meet clients' needs, standard office principles and procedures; personal computer and standard business software. Ability to : Communicate effectively with older adults, families and professionals; work closely with staff in a team environment; maintain effective relationships with clients; assess and support clients' efforts in working towards the accomplishment of mutually agreed upon goals, pack and lift 20 pound meal coolers. Possess: Strong computer skills, excellent communication and interpersonal skills; Enjoy working with an aging population Patience, tact and diplomacy in a highly demanding environment. Education and Experience: High school diploma or equivalent with 30 college semester units in Social Welfare, Social/Human services, Sociology, Gerontology or other behavioral sciences. Three (3) years of social work or case management working with older adults, or in meals delivery. Fluency in a second language preferred, but not required. Certifications/License : Possession of a valid California motor vehicle operator's license. Employees regularly assigned/required to drive a city or personal vehicle in the course and scope of work shall be required to participate in the DMV Employer Pull Notice program due to the performance of field duties that may require operation of a City vehicle. CPR/First Aid Certificates must be obtained within three months of appointment. APPLICATION AND SELECTION PROCEDURE An official City of Huntington Beach online job application must be filled out in its entirety. Applications will be closely reviewed for relevant experience, education and training. Applicants best meeting the City's needs will be invited to a department interview. Upon a conditional offer of employment a pre-placement drug screen (select positions), TB Screening and California Department of Justice (DOJ) Live Scan fingerprinting must be completed with acceptable results. Will be required to provide your current Driver License Record, obtained from the Department of Motor Vehicles, to Human Resources prior to completing other pre-placement processes. Other background reports may also be conducted depending on the position. Upon hire, employee is subject to further reporting from DOJ via subsequent arrest notification. Please Note: Our primary means of communication with applicants is sent via email; therefore, please include a valid email address on your application. Supplemental Information Ability to work in a demanding environment, use hands and arms repeatedly to pack items in coolers and lift 20 pounds. SPECIAL CONDITIONS Public Employee Disaster Service Worker: In accordance with Government Code Section 3100, all Huntington Beach city employees are required to perform assigned disaster service worker duties in the event of an emergency or a disaster.
Cal State University (CSU) San Jose
1 Washington Street, San Jose, CA 95192, USA
Description: Job Summary *This is a full-time benefited position with rotating work hours, including weekends and evenings.* The Housing Community Service Officer reports to the Police Lieutenant and receives direction from the Sergeant. The Housing Community Service Officer is responsible for providing a safe and secure environment for the residents, guests, staff, and facilities of University Housing Services. The Housing Community Service Officer assists with providing public safety services for the SJSU residence community that houses approximately 4200 students, staff and families in two apartment buildings and four residence halls. Key Responsibilities Address Housing concerns as directed by University Housing Services Staff and University Police Encourage compliance with Housing policies Report suspected hazards and criminal behavior Provide assistance to patrons and staff as requested Respond to calls for services Checks-in regularly with Building Desk during shift Go on rounds with a building RA on Duty team on a rotating basis Serve as a police escort to residents Monitor parking garage in Campus Village B and issue tickets as needed for unauthorized vehicles Utilize the access card system to obtain information regarding resident entry and building access Utilize Closed Circuit Television surveillance system Monitor and Fire Safety Systems and Alarms Enter requests into TMA system regarding maintenance, facilities and security related issues Respond to alarms and emergency situations Assist University housing staff and University Police with crisis response as appropriate Serve on University Housing Services emergency preparedness and crisis response team Submit reports and provide updates regarding incidents Produce and enter reports into Maxient as needed Participate in regular meetings with Housing leadership team Work closely with SJSU Police department. Participate in SJSU Police training as appropriate After appointment, Housing Community Service Officers must successfully complete the appropriate training program designed by the University Police Department. The Housing Community Service Officer must have the ability to walk, stand, sit, see in appropriate color vision, hear in an appropriate range of sounds, balance, climb, twist, bend, and reach with hands and arms. Assignments will require standing, sitting, or walking for lengthy periods of time, and may be indoors or outdoors. Employees may be exposed to physical and verbal abuse where considerable self-control must be exercised. Some of the work may require considerable physical exertion and viewing of surveillance monitor equipment. The work environment is a multi-story building, exterior walkways, and access ways. Any indoor assignment may require standing, sitting, or walking for lengthy periods of time. Employees may be exposed to weather conditions and outdoor temperatures. Employees may be exposed to physical and verbal abuse where considerable self-control must be exercised. Some of the work may require considerable physical exertion and viewing of surveillance monitor equipment. Incumbents are assigned to shift work and rotated among various assignments. Knowledge, Skills & Abilities Ability to learn, quickly learn, understand, and apply specific Housing and San Jose State University regulations Ability to understand and apply local, state and federal laws Knowledge of, or ability to learn to use, applicable public safety equipment and systems Ability to prepare clear and concise reports Excellent oral and written communication skills Ability to act calmly and rationally in emergency situations Ability to understand and operate a computer card key access station Ability to understand and operate fire safety and alarms systems Ability to learn Police 10 code Excellent customer service skills Ability to effectively establish and maintain cooperative working relationships within a diverse multicultural and socio-economic community environment. Ability to monitor/access CCTV screens Ability to possess a valid California Driver's license Required Qualifications High School Diploma or Equivalent Valid California Driver's License License A valid driver's license is required for this position. Out of state candidates selected for the position must obtain a State of California driver's license within 10 days of hire in accordance with the California Department of Motor Vehicles regulations. Once hired the employee must successfully complete the Defensive Driver Training Program provided by the State of California for California State University campuses. Preferred Qualifications Six months previous police/security/military law enforcement training and/or experience Experience working in a residential setting Customer Service Experience Experience working with student populations Compensation Classification: Community Service Specialist I Anticipated Hiring Range: $4,110/month Hiring Range: $2,705/month - $4,501/month San José State University offers employees a comprehensive benefits package typically worth 30-35% of your base salary. For more information on programs available, please see the Employee Benefits Summary . Application Procedure Click Apply Now to complete the SJSU Online Employment Application and attach the following documents: Resume Letter of Interest All applicants must apply within the specified application period: June 27, 2022 through July 17, 2022 . This position is open until filled; however, applications received after screening has begun will be considered at the discretion of the university. Contact Information University Personnel email@example.com 408-924-2252 CSU Vaccination Policy The CSU requires faculty, staff, and students who are accessing campus facilities to be fully vaccinated against the COVID-19 virus (including all booster doses of an approved vaccine for which an individual is eligible per current CDC recommendations) or declare a medical or religious exemption from doing so. As a condition of employment, any candidates advanced in a currently open search process should be prepared to comply with this requirement as well as with other safety measures established on the campus. The system wide policy can be found at https://calstate.policystat.com/policy/9779821/latest/ and questions may be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org . Additional Information Satisfactory completion of a background check (including a criminal records check) is required for employment. SJSU will issue a contingent offer of employment to the selected candidate, which may be rescinded if the background check reveals disqualifying information, and/or it is discovered that the candidate knowingly withheld or falsified information. Failure to satisfactorily complete the background check may affect the continued employment of a current CSU employee who was offered the position on a contingent basis. The standard background check includes: criminal check, employment and education verification. Depending on the position, a motor vehicle and/or credit check may be required. All background checks are conducted through the university's third party vendor, Accurate Background. Some positions may also require fingerprinting. SJSU will pay all costs associated with this procedure. Evidence of required degree(s) or certification(s) will be required at time of hire. SJSU IS NOT A SPONSORING AGENCY FOR STAFF OR MANAGEMENT POSITIONS. (e.g. H1-B VISAS) All San José State University employees are considered mandated reporters under the California Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting Act and are required to comply with the requirements set forth in CSU Executive Order 1083 as a condition of employment. Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Crime Statistics Act and Campus Housing Fire Safety Notification: Pursuant to the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act, the Annual Security Report (ASR) is also now available for viewing at https://www.sjsu.edu/clery/docs/SJSU-Annual-Security-Report.pdf. The ASR contains the current security and safety-related policy statements, emergency preparedness and evacuation information, crime prevention and Sexual Assault prevention information, and information about drug and alcohol prevention programming. The ASR also contains statistics of Clery crimes for San José State University locations for the three most recent calendar years. A paper copy of the ASR is available upon request by contacting the Office of the Clery Director by phone at 408-924-1501 or by email at email@example.com . Pursuant to the Higher Education Opportunity Act, the Annual Fire Safety Report (AFSR) is also available for viewing at https://www.sjsu.edu/clery/docs/SJSU-Annual-Fire-Safety-Report.pdf . The purpose of this report is to disclose statistics for fires that occurred within SJSU on-campus housing facilities for the three most recent calendar years, and to distribute fire safety policies and procedures intended to promote safety on Campus. A paper copy of the AFSR is available upon request by contacting the Housing Office by phone at 408-795-5600 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org . Equal Employment Statement San José State University (SJSU) is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer committed to nondiscrimination on the basis of age, ancestry, citizenship status, color, creed, disability, ethnicity, gender, genetic information, marital status, medical condition, national origin, race, religion or lack thereof, sex, sexual orientation, transgender, or protected veteran status consistent with applicable federal and state laws. This policy applies to all SJSU students, faculty and staff programs and activities. Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, and certain other federal and state laws, prohibit discrimination on the basis of sex in all education programs and activities operated by the university (both on and off campus). Closing Date/Time: Open until filled
City of Los Altos
Los Altos, CA, USA
City of Los Altos Invites you to apply for the position of:
EXCITING OPPORTUNITY !
The City of Los Altos is seeking a Building Inspector to join our busy Building Division and work in in the heart of the Silicon Valley. The Building Inspector works under the general supervision of the Building Official, performing field inspections of commercial and residential buildings during various stages of construction and remodeling to ensure compliance with approved plans and applicable codes. The Building Inspector enforces building, plumbing, electrical, mechanical, energy, zoning, and municipal codes and laws; and assists Building Division staff as needed with code interpretation, review of building plans and specifications, issuing permits, and collecting fees.
Building and related codes and ordinances enforceable by the city, specifically California Building, Electrical, Plumbing, Mechanical, Energy, and Fire Codes, zoning ordinances, municipal codes, and state and county laws and health codes. Principles, techniques, materials, and safety standards of building inspection work, including basic principles of structural design, mathematics, and plan review procedures.
Apply technical knowledge and follow proper inspection techniques to examine workmanship and materials, detect deviations of plans, regulations, and standard construction practices. Read and interpret building plans, specifications and building codes. Maintain cooperative working relations with contractors, developers, design professionals, fellow employees, fire department and other outside government agencies.
EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE:
Minimum of three years of responsible experience in a variety of skilled building trades or related inspection work, including one year in local government building inspection. Additional education may substitute for required experience. Equivalent to graduation from high school. Possess a valid Class C California driver’s license. Current ICC certification as a Residential or Commercial Building Inspector.
Click Here for City of Los Altos Summary of Benefits
RECRUITMENT PROCESS: This recruitment closes on Tuesday, July 26, 2022. Prior to hire, candidates will be required to successfully complete a pre-employment process, including a complete background investigation. A conviction history will not necessarily disqualify an applicant from appointment; however, failure to disclose a conviction will result in disqualification or termination.
To learn more about this position and to apply please visit www.losaltosca.gov/jobs .
City of University Place
City of University Place, Market Place West, University Place, WA, USA
Examples of essential job duties:
Job functions and responsibilities are intended to provide a descriptive list illustrative of the range of duties performed by employees. The omission of specific duties does not exclude them from the position if the work if similar, related or a logical assignment to the position.
1. Answers telephones, greets office visitors, provides routine information to the public, and takes messages or refers callers or visitors to appropriate personnel.
2. Maintains and files records in accordance with the WA State Retention Schedule and performs routine records management.
3. Processes incoming and outgoing City mail. Orders supplies as needed/approved.
4. Accepts payments for animal license and alarm permits; process daily deposits. May assists in processing various City permits as needed.
5. Types forms, correspondence, memoranda, reports, and other materials from copy or rough draft. Proofreads various written materials such as reports, correspondence, and forms for accuracy.
County of San Mateo, CA
Redwood City, CA, United States
Description NOTE: This recruitment schedule was amended on August 17, 2022 from a continuous recruitment to closing. The Final Closing Date will be August 22, 2022 . **Please note: This position has been filled. The Department of Housing is a catalyst for increasing access to high-quality affordable housing for households earning a variety of incomes, and supporting related community development activities, so that housing and robust services exist for people of all income levels and ages in San Mateo County. The Department consists of two divisions, Housing and Community Development (HCD) and the Housing Authority of the County of San Mateo. Reporting to the HCD Supervisor and HCD Housing Program Manager, the Housing and Community Development Specialist II/III position will engage in a variety of functions aimed at increasing the supply of affordable housing throughout San Mateo County and forging partnerships to address critical housing needs. A portion of the job duties will be more programmatic in nature and will require the Specialist to provide a variety of program support services including developing program objectives, preparing Notices of Funding Availability (NOFAs), evaluating project proposals and underwriting, understanding and applying HUD and other program regulations, managing the Department's role in facilitating affordable housing developments, preparing contract documents, monitoring the progress of funding recipients, and providing technical assistance to and working with community groups on housing-related issues. Other job duties will be more policy oriented and will require the Specialist to provide a variety of policy and partnership support to the Department of Housing and its interagency and private partners, nonprofit and for-profit, to support housing initiatives. The HCD Specialist's programmatic support duties may include, but are not limited to: Managing the County's relationship with, and providing technical assistance to non-profit and for-profit organizations funded or seeking funding from the Department of Housing to facilitate development processes while ensuring compliance with applicable County, State and Federal requirements. Negotiating contract terms with outside vendors, consultants or organizations and monitoring and evaluating fiscal and legal liability of same. Administering home buyer and home repair programs, including underwriting for eligibility and affordability, and preparing loan documents, and contracts. Managing the assets of the Department's loans and grants portfolio, and providing analysis and recommendations in response to requests to subordinate, refinance, or restructure existing DOH loans. Coordinating the funding cycles of various funding sources including but not limited to the County Affordable Housing Fund and Federal Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), HOME Investment Partnerships Act (HOME) and Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG). Assisting the Housing Manager in the process of awarding funds from the County's Affordable Housing Fund, funded largely by Measure A/K sales tax proceeds. Developing and administering housing and community development programs which support affordable new construction, acquisition of existing affordable housing, rehabilitation, and first-time home ownership. Managing a portfolio of grantees to ensure compliance with local, State and Federal regulations, including environmental reviews and prevailing wage requirements. Managing a portfolio of grantees including negotiating contracts, processing requests for payment, and reviewing quarterly and/or annual progress reports. Providing support and oversight to planning and developing large scale housing projects sponsored or co-sponsored by the San Mateo County Department of Housing. Monitoring the performance of grantees and writing performance reports as needed. Preparing written reports such as The Annual Plan and Consolidated Annual Performance Evaluation Report (CAPER). Conducting due diligence reviews on applications for community development and public services, housing grants and loans and coordinating with consultants on final staff recommendation reports. Preparing funding recommendations, memos, resolutions and other materials that will go to the Board of Supervisors. Interpreting, explaining, and directing the enforcement of all applicable standards, codes and regulations. May represent the Department of Housing at meetings of the County Board of Supervisors. Preparing detailed written reports, policies, procedures and contracts. The HCD Specialist's policy and partnership support duties may include, but are not limited to: Developing plans, objectives and implementation strategies for Department of Housing outreach, technical assistance, and partnership initiatives. Acting as representative of the Department of Housing in collaborations with community stakeholders and inter-departmental work within the County. Researching, analyzing, and summarizing data on key housing initiatives in partnership with the Department's interagency and private partners, nonprofit and for-profit. Assisting with the development of Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA) priorities, guidelines and processes. Researching, analyzing, and helping develop affordable housing policy solutions addressing County needs. Monitoring the progress of affordable housing-related collaborations and initiatives in which the Housing Department is participating, and engaging in problem-solving as needed when challenges arise. Evaluating new funding programs and opportunities for the County and its partners to access these new programs. Investigating and developing new opportunities for the Department to provide support and assistance to cities, housing developers, housing advocates, and others in facilitating the creation of housing. The HCD Specialist will have primary responsibility for developing, implementing, monitoring and evaluating a variety of projects and work tasks as described above, including managing the loan-making processes for both multifamily and single-family first-time homebuyer programs. In addition, the HCD Specialist will be expected to work productively on housing-related projects and initiatives with a variety of community groups, city and county staff, and elected officials, developers, community leaders, and other diverse stakeholders. Experience in one or more of the following is highly desirable: Housing policy or housing program development and implementation. First-time homebuyer and/or home repair programs. Federal or state housing programs. Affordable housing production and finance. Urban planning development and community revitalization. The Ideal Candidate for this position will possess the following qualities/qualifications: A Bachelor's degree in a relevant field. One year of progressively advanced skills and experience with affordable housing policies and programs Strong program and project management skills. One year of progressively advanced skills and experience with CDBG/HOME programs Some familiarity with other federal and state housing finance programs such as Low-Income Housing Tax Credits (LIHTC). A basic understanding of affordable housing finance and underwriting. A basic understanding of the complexities of housing development, land use, and affordable housing financing issues. Knowledge of issues related to urban planning and equitable community development. Knowledge of programs for facilitating and subsidizing low and moderate income housing. Experience in community outreach and partnership development. A positive attitude and sense of humor. An ability to embrace change with initiative, flexibility and enthusiasm. Effective written and oral communication skills. Candidates with an advanced education degree or training in housing, housing finance, public policy, urban planning, sustainable development, or related field are strongly encouraged to apply. NOTE: The eligible list generated from this recruitment may be used to fill future extra-help, term, unclassified, and regular classified vacancies. Qualifications Education and Experience : Any combination of education and experience that would likely provide the required knowledge, skills and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to qualify is: HCD Specialist II: Two years of experience in community development project coordination, economic development, or loan application preparation and processing. HCD Specialist III: Three years of experience in a housing and community development program that has included responsibility for financing, community development, or economic development projects. Knowledge of: Programs for facilitating and subsidizing low and moderate housing. Legislative process at local, state and federal levels. Federal and state housing initiative and programs. Principles and practices of public administration, community outreach and partnership-building, and effective communication with the public. Basic land use and zoning concepts. Project planning, budgeting, scheduling, supervision and monitoring. Statistical methods and data collection, tabulation and analysis. Skill/Ability to: Manage and coordinate multiple complex projects and activities. Meet deadlines and finish work products within appropriate time frames. Prepare grant applications and performance reports. Evaluate proposals, manage project schedules, monitor compliance and progress, and evaluate performance. Negotiate scope-of-work and other individualized components of contracts. Research policies, analyze alternatives, and make concise recommendations. Identify problems and propose solutions. Express ideas effectively, orally and in writing. Compose and disseminate information to the community and general public through various media. Work effectively with the public and community groups. Make presentations to committees, special purpose groups, and the general public. Application/Examination Open and Promotional. Anyone may apply. Current County of San Mateo and County of San Mateo Superior Court of California employees with at least six months (1040 hours) of continuous service in a classified regular, probationary, SEIU or AFSCME represented extra-help, or temporary position prior to the final filing date will receive five points added to their final passing score on this examination. Responses to the supplemental questions must be submitted in addition to our regular employment application form. A resume will not be accepted as a substitute for the required employment application and supplemental questionnaire. The examination process will consist of an application screening (weight: Pass/Fail) based on the candidates' application and responses to the supplemental questions. Candidates who pass the application screening will be invited to a panel interview (weight: 100%). Depending on the number of applicants, an application appraisal of education and experience may be used in place of other examinations or further evaluation of work experience may be conducted to group applicants by level of qualification . All applicants who meet the minimum qualifications are not guaranteed advancement through any subsequent phase of the examination. All examinations will be given in San Mateo County, California and applicants must participate at their own expense. IMPORTANT : Applications for this position will only be accepted online. If you are currently on the County's website, you may click the "Apply" button. If you are not on the County's website, please go to https://jobs.smcgov.org/ to apply. Online applications must be received by the Human Resources Department before midnight on the final filing date. Please note: On July 6, 2022, this recruitment was changed from closing to continuous. The recruitment will remain open until the positions are filled. The recruitment may close at any time. The final filing date will be posted five days in advance on this job announcement. Recruitment Schedule Final Filing Date: Monday, August 22, 2022 11:59 PM PST The County of San Mateo may require that all employees provide proof of COVID-19 vaccine or comply with weekly COVID-19 testing. Employees hired into specified health care facilities and other high-risk settings where there is potential for frequent COVID-19 exposure to staff and highly vulnerable patients are required to provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination. For more specific information, please refer to the County's COVID-19 Vaccine and Testing Policy . At the County of San Mateo, we welcome and celebrate the diversity of our employees, and strive to create a workplace where they feel valued every day. County of San Mateo is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer. Analyst: Sedrick Dixon (062222) (Housing and Community Development Specialist II/III - R002/R003)
CITY OF BUENA PARK, CA
Buena Park, California, United States
JOB BULLETIN Applications will be accepted on a CONTINUOUS BASIS until positions are filled with a first review date of Wednesday, July 6, 2022. Apply early! This position may close at any time without notice. Interested parties are strongly encouraged to submit application materials as soon as possible. Our elite law enforcement agency is looking for a COMMUNITY SERVICE AIDE . This is an exciting and rewarding career opportunity in our Buena Park Police Department. The Community Service Aide is a part-time, non-benefited, civilian (non-sworn) position that provides assistance to the public, primarily at the front counter of the Police Department. Would you like to be part of a team that believes in investing in partnerships with the community, proactive crime prevention, community education and overall effective law enforcement work? The ideal candidate must be multi-tasked oriented, be friendly and outgoing with strong clerical and customer service skills. A friendly disposition is a must as frequent interaction with the public is required. Become a part of our community team! APPLY TODAY! GENERAL PURPOSE Under general supervision, provides assistance to the public, primarily at the front counter of the Police Department. The Community Service Aide completes initial and basic police crime reports; provides general policy and procedural information regarding police department operations and record keeping procedures; takes fingerprints; and performs other general duties, as assigned. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS This is a part-time, non-benefited, civilian (non-sworn) position. This position provides an opportunity for incumbents with an interest in pursuing a career in municipal government or law enforcement to learn about law enforcement functions and gain experience by completing tasks and special assignments related to the program area. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS The duties listed below are intended only as illustrations of the various types of work that may be performed. The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from the position if the work is similar, related or a logical assignment to this class. Completes initial and basic police crime reports.Provides general policy and procedural information regarding police department operations and record keeping procedures.Assists in providing front counter assistance and information within area of assignment.Responds to requests for information and distributes appropriate forms.Takes fingerprints.Operates a variety of office equipment including computer keyboard, calculator, copier, facsimile or scanning machine.Greets visitors and answers and refers telephone calls, questions, and complaints to other appropriate staff and departments. QUALIFICATIONS GUIDELINES Knowledge of: Laws, municipal and vehicle codes, basic crime prevention, knowledge of and skill in English usage, spelling and grammar. Ability to: Learn, retain and apply complex information, police terminology, law enforcement codes; communicate clearly and distinctly, both verbally and in written form; respond to requests from the public and be able to assist them or direct them; work under stress; and work weekends, holidays and shift work, as assigned. PHYSICAL AND MENTAL DEMANDS The physical and mental demands described here are representative of those that must be met by employees to successfully perform the essential functions of this class. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Physical Demands While performing the duties of this class, employees are frequently required to sit, stand and walk; talk or hear, in person and by telephone; use hands repetitively to finger, handle, feel or operate standard office equipment; and reach with hands and arms above and below shoulder level. Employees occasionally lift and move records and documents weighing up to 20 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision and the ability to adjust focus. Mental Demands While performing the duties of this class, employees are regularly required to use written and oral communication skills; read and interpret data, information and documents; analyze and solve problems; observe and interpret situations; learn and apply new information or skills; perform highly detailed work; work on multiple, concurrent tasks; work with frequent interruptions; work under intensive deadlines; and interact with staff, management, vendors, contractors, the public, and others encountered in the course of work. WORK ENVIRONMENT Employees typically work in office conditions, and the noise level is usually quiet, at or below 85 decibels levels. EDUCATION/TRAINING/EXPERIENCE Graduation from high school or G.E.D. equivalent is required. College level coursework in community service work or administration of justice is desirable. LICENSES/CERTIFICATES/SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS A valid Class C California driver license, acceptable driving record, and evidence of insurance are required. Applicants must be a minimum of 18 years of age. APPLICANT INFORMATION/EXAM WEIGHT TENTATIVE TESTING SCHEDULE (DATES SUBJECT TO CHANGE) MANDATORY INFORMATIONAL MEETING - VIRTUAL: TENTATIVELY SCHEDULED ONLINE - Monday July, 11, 2022 ORAL INTERVIEWS: TENTATIVELY SCHEDULED FOR - The week of July 18,2022 Applicants must file a concise and complete City application regarding their qualifications for the position online through the Human Resources Department webpage at www.buenapark.com/hr as soon as possible. Applications may be accompanied by a resume describing experience, education and training in relation to the requirements of the position, however resumes will not be accepted in lieu of a City employment application. All applications will be reviewed and only those candidates determined to be most qualified on the basis of experience and education, as submitted, will be invited to participate in the selection process. The selection process may include, but is not limited to oral interview and/or written exams and oral presentations. Successful candidates will be placed on the employment eligible list from which hires may be made. The list is valid for up to one year, unless exhausted sooner. The City of Buena Park is an Equal Opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, ancestry, national origin, gender, marital status, sexual orientation, religion, age, veteran status or disability. The City of Buena Park Alcohol and Drug Abuse Policy requires that all applicants undergo drug and alcohol testing prior to employment. Below is a list of key benefits offered to part-time, seasonal, and limited service employees of the City of Buena Park and is only a summary of benefits. They are not intended to replace or modify the legal plan documents on file in the Human Resources Department. SALARY RANGE: Composed of six (6) steps - Entry step through E step (Except management positions). Each step represents an increase of approximately five (5) percent. RETIREMENT: Provided through deferred compensation 457 plan administered by Nationwide Retirement Solutions. Employee pays member contribution of 3.75%. The City matches the employee's contribution of 3.75%. EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM: Available to all City employees and their immediate families. OC CREDIT UNION: Available to all City employees and their families. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
City of Fremont, CA
Fremont, California, United States
Description The Community Development Department is recruiting for Plan Check Professional. VIEW OUR RECRUITMENT BROCHURE The first review of applications is 12:00 P.M. (Noon), July 6, 2022. The recruitment may close without notice after this date so interested applicants are encouraged to apply immediately. A cover letter, resume, completed application, and supplemental questionnaire (part of the online application) must be submitted to be considered for this opportunity. To be considered for this outstanding employment opportunity, please complete an application online by clicking "Apply" just above this box. For additional information, please contact Human Resources Department at: 3300 Capitol Ave., Building B Fremont, CA 94538 Ph: (510) 494-4660 email@example.com Closing Date/Time:
Merced County, CA
Merced, CA, United States
Jun 16, 2022
Examples of Duties Extra-Help positions are not entitled to county benefits and are limited to a maximum of 25 hours per week. Extra-Help pay is $18.22 - $21.09 per hour. Duties may include, but are not limited to, the following: Perform a wide variety of highly confidential transcription and other criminal/civil/legal record duties and produce a wide variety of materials and departmental records. Reviews audio and written criminal activity materials for compliance issues, and transcribes into the automated Sheriff Records Management System within prescribed law and established policy requirements. Enters warrants into automated warrant system and enters subpoenas to keep record of receipt date and court dates. Transcribes investigative interviews. Assist with case management reporting and case management preparation for court and/or extraditions. Assist in investigations by computer searches of people, including witnesses and suspects, property and location using multiple Sheriff and other law enforcement record-management systems. As required, notifies statewide and/or nationwide wanted person search. Places detainer on wanted persons in county jails or state prisons, verifies identity, and coordinates hold and extradition information with corrections and other law enforcement agencies. Coordinates with other agencies on accuracy and reviews Sheriff's case files and CLETS entries for DOJ audits. Also disseminates automated printouts to proper agencies for review of their cases for CLETS entries. Prepares and properly processes criminal scene property and develops property control records, coroner property records, search and arrest warrants, evidence and property reports, counter reports on non-priority issues for preliminary filings, make referrals to proper sources, and assists the public in securing releases of personal property. Responds appropriately and communicates effectively to general public requests for information and/or services in person, through the mail, and on the telephone as necessary. Acts as office and/or division reception to the public, and assists with assigned special projects or programs. Performs as custodian of criminal records/civil papers and warrants and security for CLETS functions and may function as a CLETS and WISN operator. Computes fees and as necessary interest, accepts payments for services, maintains records of garnishees' pay periods and amounts received, process claims, deposit monies, and accurately maintains a daily record of fees collected, received and disbursed. As assigned, assist with viewing of the deceased, order autopsies, contact mortuaries and toxicology/pathology labs, fingerprint and/or photograph deceased, secure and release personal effects to next of kin. Completes daily department mail and evidence/lab collection requirements, conducts background checks for other agencies and completes public applicant LIVESCAN responsibilities. Minimum Qualifications SHERIFF COMMUNITY SERVICE TECHNICIAN I Option I Experience: Two (2) years of general typing and clerical experience, preferably with one (1) year performing transcribing duties. Or Option II Education: Completion of one (1) year at an accredited court-reporting school, with 45 units. SHERIFF COMMUNITY SERVICE TECHNICIAN II Experience: One (1) year of experience equivalent to a Sheriff Community Service Technician I requiring knowledge of law enforcement documents and processes and the ability to apply rules and procedures pertaining to law enforcement actions. POSITIONS IN BOTH CLASSIFICATIONS WILL BE SUBJECT TO CRIMINAL HISTORY BACKGROUND CHECKS PURSUANT TO THE HUMAN RESOURCES RULES AND REGULATIONS, SECTION 2, B. Essential Functions ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Prepare clear, concise and accurate oral and written records, reports, and documents. Effectively interview others in person and over the telephone. Analyze data, interpret directions, procedures and regulations, and develop appropriate responses. Perform basic arithmetic calculations, transcription, and compose correspondence. Operate a personal computer, appropriate departmental software and databases and other modern office equipment. Create correspondence, spreadsheets, and presentation materials and maintain a variety of personnel, financial and statistical records using various computer software programs. Establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the scope of work assignment. Perform job duties under stressful conditions and respond appropriately to situations. Maintain confidential information in accordance with legal standards and/or County regulations. Frequent use of depth perception, peripheral vision and color perception. Occasionally lift, carry, reach, push, pull, twist and manipulate large and small objects. Occasionally kneel, bend, twist, squat, balance and crawl. Frequent use of hand-eye coordination. Frequent use of data entry device including repetitive hand and arm motion. Occasionally lift and carry up to 40 pounds. Normal dexterity, frequent holding and grasping. Sit or stand for long periods of time. Regular attendance is an essential function. Knowledge of: Basic laws, codes, ordinances and regulations affecting civil process and criminal records. Modern office practices, methods and procedures. Automated computer equipment and related software applications. Law enforcement and legal terminology, phraseology, documents and procedures. Proper English usage, spelling, grammar, punctuation and transcription. Basic principles of accounting, bookkeeping, and related record-keeping techniques and financial recordkeeping procedures. General nature and purpose of a variety of legal documents. Ability to: Communicate effectively with others in person, over the telephone and in writing. Analyze data, interpret directions, procedures and regulations, and develop appropriate responses. Perform law enforcement administrative and technical activities with accuracy. Follow oral and written instructions. Take responsibility and exercise good judgment in recognizing scope of authority. Prepare and maintain clear, concise, and accurate records and reports. Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with others. Deal courteously with the public. Utilize time management and multi-tasking capabilities. HOLIDAYS & LEAVES VACATION 10 days the first 5 years of continuous employment (limited to a maximum of 160 hours), 15 days in the second 5 years of continuous employment (limited to a maximum of 240 hours), and 20 days after 10 years of continuous employment (limited to a maximum of 320 hours). SICK LEAVE .0462 hours sick leave for each paid regularly scheduled work hour. 12 days (96 hours per year) with unlimited accumulation. Optional annual buy back of a portion of accumulated sick leave hours upon meeting certain criteria. HOLIDAYS Twelve paid holidays annually plus one optional holiday. BEREAVEMENT LEAVE Three (3) regularly scheduled work days or five (5) days if distance traveled over 500 miles one-way. INSURANCE HEALTH INSURANCE County paid health plan with maximum contributions; 100% for employee up to maximum of $420, 50% of dependent up to maximum of $100 for child/$220 for spouse biweekly. County paid dental and vision plans, 100% for employee, with 50% of dependent premiums paid by the County. County sponsored employee health clinic available for zero or reduced co-pay depending on selected health plan. DISABILITY INSURANCE State Disability Insurance - Benefit based on highest quarter during previous calendar year. Employee pays premium. LIFE INSURANCE $10,000 County-paid coverage (Accidental Death and Dismemberment included). Voluntary Term Life and Universal Life Insurance available - premium paid by employee. RETIREMENT DEFERRED COMPENSATION The County offers a 457 Deferred Compensation Plan. Employees choose their investment funds and can make pretax contributions to the plan up to the maximum allowable. MERCED COUNTY EMPLOYEE RETIREMENT ASSOCIATION The retirement plan is a defined benefit plan administered pursuant to the County Employees Retirement Law of 1937 and other provisions of the California Government Code. MCERA members also pay into Social Security.The applicable benefit formula is dependent upon your hire date with an MCERA employer; yourpension amount will be determined by your age, years of service and final compensation amount. EXTRA HELP EMPLOYEES DO NOT QUALIFY FOR COUNTY BENEFITS. EMPLOYEE PROGRAMS EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (EAP) MHNEAP services provides up to five face-to-face counseling sessions per incident and provides a toll-free "800" hotline available 24/7 for emergencies and crisis intervention. EAP services include counseling services, legal services, financial services and Worklife Resource services. For more informationlogonto members.mhn.com. EMPLOYEE TICKETS, COUPONS, and DISCOUNTS The County of Merced has partnered with Employee Savings Tickets to provide discounted coupons and tickets for all county employees to attractions throughout the state and out-of-state. The discounts and coupons are available for shopping, movies, sporting events, theme parks, zoos and aquariums and much more. THIS BULLETIN IS NOT A CONTRACT AND DOES NOT CREATE CONTRACTUAL OR LEGAL RIGHTS ON BEHALF OF ANY EMPLOYEE. THIS BULLETIN IS SUBJECT OF BEING SUPPLEMENTED, MODIFIED, WITHDRAWN OR OTHERWISE CHANGED PENDING LABOR AGREEMENTS AND/OR AT THE DISCRETION OF THE COUNTY EXECUTIVE OFFICER OR AS THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS DEEM NECESSARY. For answers to specific questions regarding employee benefits, please call Human Resources at 209.385.7682. 01 Detail your experience with personal computers and related software programs; Please include the types of documents you produced. 02 Describe your experience assisting the public in person or by telephone. Please include any experience you have collecting and receiving cash and issuing receipts. 03 Detail your experience with transcribing documents, record keeping, accounting, and the preparation of financial reports. Please include employer, job title, dates, hours worked, and duties performed. 04 The Merced County Sheriff's Office handles a variety of real life situations that include, but are not limited to, death, violence, victimization, and an assortment of other tragedies. How would you handle witnessing, reading about, or otherwise dealing with and having knowledge of these different scenarios. 05 What experiences do you have with medical terminology and/or descriptions of the human anatomy? 06 This recruitment is being established to fill Extra-Help positions. Extra-Help positions are limited to a maximum of 25 hours per week. Are you willing to accept an Extra-Help position? Yes No Required Question
City of Costa Mesa, CA
Costa Mesa, California, United States
Description THE COMMUNITY SERVICES LEADER SERIES INCLUDES THE FOLLOWING CLASSIFICATIONS: Community Services Leader II: $15.50 - $18.84 per hour Community Services Leader III: $16.27 - $19.78 per hour Senior Community Services Leader: $17.94 - $21.81 per hour Various assignments within Youth Programs, Facilities, Senior Center, and Field Ambassador Programs Please click here to review a description of each of the above programs. THE POSITION: Community Services Leaders perform responsible work related to various Parks and Community Services related programs/activities. WORK SCHEDULE: Community Services Leaders are part-time positions that may work between 8 to 32 hours per week. Work schedules may require evening/night and weekend shifts and may be seasonal and/or year round. Hours per week and work schedules vary depending on program assignment. APPLICATION AND SELECTION PROCESS: Applications must be completed and submitted online. Candidates are requested to provide specific information on their education and experience as it relates to the position by completing all fields of the application. Applications may be rejected if incomplete. Do not include text or attached resumes, as they will not be accepted or reviewed in the application process. Based upon the information presented on the application, a limited number of candidates who possess qualifications most pertinent to the position will be invited to participate in the selection process. The selection process may include, but is not limited to, the following components: application review and evaluation, written examination or exercise, physical examination, practical exercise and interview evaluation. Please notify the Human Resources Division 72 hours in advance of the test date if you have a disability which requires accommodation for the testing process. Notifications during this recruitment will be sent by email only (regardless of the notification preference selected during the online application process). Notifications will be sent to the email address that is listed on your online application. All employment offers made by the City are contingent upon establishing proof of a prospective candidate's legal authorization to work in the United States and successfully passing all components of the pre-employment process which may include, but is not limited to: comprehensive background check, criminal history check (Live scan fingerprint check), polygraph examination, post-offer psychological evaluation and post-offer medical evaluation (may include drug screen). Note: The provisions of this job bulletin do not constitute an expressed or implied contract. Any provisions contained within may be modified or revoked without notice. Essential Functions * The following duties are currently under review These functions may not be present in all positions in this series. Management reserves the right to add, modify, change or rescind work assignments as needed. Recreation Leader I: Assisting in supervising children during activities; organizing group activities and games; and leading arts and crafts and other projects. Recreation Leader II: Assisting in coordinating and organizing a variety of recreational programs and activities; planning and leading the work of subordinate recreation staff along with: supervising children during activities; organizing group activities and games; and leading arts and crafts and other projects. Recreation Leader III: Assisting in program planning, scheduling and record keeping; supervising and training Recreation Leaders I/II under the direction of a Recreation Leader IV. Recreation Leader IV: Plans, coordinates, and conducts program operations. Promotes and conducts outreach activities to effectively solicit program and event participants. Recruits, supervises, trains, and evaluates assigned part-time staff and volunteers. Additional functions for all levels: Monitoring the daily checking in and out of children from programs and activities, enforcing rules, positively interacting with parents, participants, and the general public. Perform other related duties as required. Qualification Guidelines *The following qualifications are currently under review Recreation Leader I: 16 years of age or older; experience in volunteerism or participation in recreational activities desirable. Work permit may be required for current high school students. Recreation Leader II: High school graduation or its equivalent; 18 years of age, or older, or enrolled in college; and/or one year experience working with individuals and groups in a recreational setting. Recreation Leader III: High school graduation or its equivalent, and two years of college coursework in Child Development, Leisure Services, Recreation or related field; and/or two years of experience in working with individuals and groups in a related recreational program area or service. Recreation Leader IV: High school graduation or its equivalent, and two years of college coursework in Child Development, Leisure Services, Recreation or related field; and/or two years of experience in working with individuals and groups in a related recreational program area or service. One full year of experience in planning, promoting, coordinating and facilitating of programs, special events or social services. Some supervisory experience in a recreational setting. Strong verbal and written communication skills. Familiarity with modern MS Office software (i.e. Word, Excel, Outlook, and Publisher). Additional requirements (for all levels): A current (less than two years) tuberculosis clearance certificate by date of hire for any assignments working with children. Possession of, or ability to obtain, first aid certificates may be required. A valid California Driver's License may be required. Revocation of license during employment may result in disciplinary action or reassignment. A valid California Commercial Class C License may be required for some positions. Revocation of license during employment, or failure to obtain if required, may result in disciplinary action or reassignment. Availability to work up to 8-32 hours per week: hours vary depending upon assignment. Ability to entertain and control children, have a positive attitude, be creative and imaginative. Supplemental Information Physical Tasks and Environmental Conditions: Candidates must be able to walk/run with children while playing games and leading excursions, and may lift heavy weights (e.g., a child or set up of tables and chairs). In addition, candidates must be able to work for extended periods in the outdoors, and be exposed to sun and varying temperatures. To view benefit information for all groups, Click Here Part-Time employees are appointed by and serve at the will of the Department Director. They are reviewed for merit salary advancement on a periodic basis. Generally, part-time employees are limited to no more than 1,000 hours of work per fiscal year (July 1 - June 30). Certain part-time employees, however, are permitted to exceed this limit. Part-time employees participate in either the Public Agency Retirement System (PARS) or the California Public Employees Retirement System (CalPERS) depending on eligibility. Employees enrolled in PARS contribute 3.75% of salary with a matching City contribution. Employees enrolled in CalPERS contribute 7.5% - 10.469% of salary depending on eligibility. Part-time positions are eligible to receive general leave benefits. General leave can be used for sick, vacation, or holiday time. The City does not participate in the Social Security system; however, federal mandate requires all new employees to contribute 1.45% of wages to Medicare. As a condition of employment, all new employees are required to enroll and participate in the direct deposit program. Closing Date/Time:
CITY OF HAYWARD, CA
Hayward, CA, United States
Description DEADLINE TO APPLY : Open Until Filled Next Review Date: TBD Please note, this is the posting for the "Community Service Officer - Jailer (Lateral)" position. If you do not meet the lateral requirements listed below, please apply for the City of Hayward entry- level "Community Service Officer - Jailer" position listed on www.governmentjobs.com/careers/haywardca COVID POLICY: The City of Hayward has adopted a mandatory COVID-19 vaccination policy for all new employees issued formal offers of employment on or after February 1, 2022 . Under this policy, proof of full vaccination is required as a condition of initial and continued employment with the City unless the employee has applied for an exemption and is awaiting the City's response or has been granted an exemption, or unless stricter State or Federal legal requirements apply. If offered employment, you will receive instructions regarding how to provide verification of vaccination or how to apply for an exemption, which will be required prior to your start date. You may read the full policy here: COVID-19 Vaccine and Testing Mandate DEFINITION Under general supervision, the Community Service Officer performs a variety of non-sworn police duties related to investigations, crime prevention, reporting, property, traffic, booking, searching, monitoring and transportation of prisoners. Primarily assigned to work in the jail facility. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS This is a specialized non-sworn classification, performing a wide variety of technical support duties in the Police Department. Assignments are primarily performed in the City jail; also support various divisions and may be subject to rotation. It is distinguished from Police Officers who perform a variety of duties involving the protection of life and property and routinely respond to hazardous emergency calls. SUPERVISION RECEIVED Receives general supervision from Jail Supervisor, Jail Administrator, or assigned management staff. SUPERVISION EXERCISED May provide lead direction in the absence of Jail Supervisor. Essential Duties Duties may include but are not limited to the following: Performs duties related to processing prisoners through jail, including booking and advising of procedures and telephone rights; searching prisoners for weapons, narcotics or other hazards and contraband; housing, care and control of adult prisoners and juvenile arrestees; conducting property inventory, medical screening and prisoner classification; and provide for telephone calls and visitations. Is required to perform full custodial searches as needed. Performs appropriate fingerprint procedure (i.e. live scan service) and transmits for confirmation of identification; and registers offenders in applicable systems. Conducts warrant checks, makes confirmation with appropriate agency and updates related systems through computer and teletype. Collects information to complete Alameda County consolidated arrest reports. Maintains jail security, observes prisoners in detention, and prepares documentation of behavior. Performs prisoner exit processing, issues receipts for bail, completes computer processing and prepares appropriate documentation for release. Transport prisoners to court or other jail facilities. Responds to public inquiries in person or by telephone. Responds to and drafts letters and general correspondence related to assigned area. Testifies in court or at hearings on case records and investigative activities and in court proceedings. Performs traffic control for accidents, parades, large public events, congested situations, etc. Enforces parking regulations, writes and approves traffic citations. Operate various police related equipment such as a radio, mobile terminals, cameras and computer systems. Prepares and maintains a wide variety of forms and records, including police reports. Prepares documentation and makes arrangements for towing and impoundment of vehicles. Performs related non-sworn police duties and responsibilities as required. Minimum Qualifications Knowledge of: English usage, spelling, grammar, punctuation in completing clear and concise reports and correspondence. General principles and practices used to establish effective police/community relations. Use and basic capabilities of computerized record and information systems. Safe work methods and safety regulations. Ability to: Establish and maintain positive working relationships with other City employees and members of the public; maintain a professional, courteous demeanor under adverse, difficult, and confrontational situations. Read, understand, interpret and apply policies and procedures as well as learn and apply pertinent federal, state and local laws, codes and regulations. Learn and apply mandated advanced defensive tactics methods and application of necessary control and self-defense procedures. Prepare paperwork and reports related to area of assignment. Communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing. Demonstrate sound judgment, tact, and integrity. Perform assigned duties with general supervision. Maintain physical condition appropriate to the performance of assigned duties and responsibilities which may include walking, standing or sitting for extended periods of time and application of necessary control and self-defense procedures. Operate modern office equipment including computer equipment, specialized software applications programs and assigned equipment. Work varied hours including evenings, weekends, and holidays. Successfully complete the State of California, Board of Corrections Correctional Officer Core course within one year of date of employment. EXPERIENCE AND EDUCATION Any combination of experience and training that would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be: Experience - One (1) year of experience working in a jail facility and successful completion of the Basic Correction Officer Core Course by the California Board of Corrections Standards and Training. OR Possess a California Peace Officer Standards and Training Basic Academy Certificate. Please be sure to attach a copy of your POST Basic Academy Certificate by the application deadline in order to be considered. Education - Equivalent to the completion of the twelfth grade. License - Possession and maintenance of a valid Class C California Driver's License. Supplemental Information PROBATIONARY PERIOD: One (1) year. SELECTION PROCEDURE COVID POLICY: The City of Hayward has adopted a mandatory COVID-19 vaccination policy for all new employees issued formal offers of employment on or after February 1, 2022 . Under this policy, proof of full vaccination is required as a condition of initial and continued employment with the City unless the employee has applied for an exemption and is awaiting the City's response or has been granted an exemption, or unless stricter State or Federal legal requirements apply. If offered employment, you will receive instructions regarding how to provide verification of vaccination or how to apply for an exemption, which will be required prior to your start date. You may read the full policy here: COVID-19 Vaccine and Testing Mandate Candidates must submit a completed City of Hayward job application. Applications must be submitted by: next review date 5/29/2019. The selection process will include: Pre-qualifying background questionnaire via Survey Monkey to determine eligibility to advance in the process. Final selection and job offer is contingent upon successful completion of a comprehensive police background investigation , including personal history, prior job performance and activities that may negatively affect job performance, as well as a medical examination and psychological examination . Actual hire depends on success in the departmental selection process. Applicants will be notified electronically via GovernmentJobs.com as to their status in the selection process. It is the responsibility of the applicant to ensure they can receive email notice from NeoGov/Government Jobs and the City of Hayward. APPLICATIONS Candidates are encouraged to apply online at www.hayward-ca.gov under the Current Vacancies tab or at www.GovernmentJobs.com. Paper applications can be obtained by visiting the Human Resources Department at Hayward City Hall located at 777 B Street, Hayward, CA 94541. Office hours are Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Apply prior to the closing time of the job announcement and allow at least one (1) hour to submit your application if you are a new user to the system. Our on-line application system is provided by NeoGov. If you have problems while applying online, please contact the NeoGov Help Desk at (877) 204-4442. The City of Hayward is an Equal Opportunity Employer Not less than 18 years of age at time of appointment (Section 6035, Penal Code). Closing Date/Time: Continuous
City of Fort Worth
Fort Worth, TX, USA
Duties & Responsibilities of the Assistant Director of Economic Development include:
Directs the activities of their assigned team(s), which includes planning, coordinating, administering, and evaluating programs, projects, processes, procedures, systems, standards, and/or service offerings, as well as ensuring compliance with federal, state, and local laws, regulations, codes and/or standards.
Work with the Director to develop the department budget, forecasting funds needed for staffing, equipment, materials and supplies, and implement adjustments as needed. This position will also conduct return on investment analysis (ROA) of businesses seeking to relocate or expand in Fort Worth, and will evaluate possible incentive recommendations made to city leadership.
Supervises staff, which includes assigning and prioritizing work, reporting standards and benchmarks aligned with developing and executing measurable goals, conducting performance evaluations, ensuring staff is trained and building employee knowledge, making sure that policies and procedures are followed, maintaining a healthy and safe working environment, and making hiring, termination, and disciplinary decisions or recommendations for their direct reports.
Represents the Economic Development Department to other departments, elected officials and outside agencies, participating on a variety of boards, commissions and committees and preparing/presenting staff reports as well as other necessary correspondence. The position will work alongside staff with business representatives, consultants, the real estate community, state and regional officials, and City officials on business recruitment, expansion, and investment opportunities, and will be expected to establish and maintain relationship with a variety of entities involved in Fort Worth’s economic development process.
Specific goals and objectives for the new Assistant Director to address and accomplish include:
Assist the Director with implementing economic development programs and practices that lead to private investment in the City and result in job creation, expanded tax base, catalytic redevelopment, and other quality projects.
Assist the Director with the implementation of a strategic and proactive recruitment strategy for the promotion of Fort Worth to business and industry leaders by contacting national and international businesses, site selectors, brokers, developers and consultants.
Ensure the City is successful in efforts related to developing and maintaining strong working relationships with the Chamber of Commerce, developers, corporate leaders, business owners, public school officials, other regional and state economic development agencies, and Fort Worth residents to resolve business needs and promote expansion opportunities in the city.
Ensure staff training and professional development opportunities are identified, maintained and encouraged.
Sacramento Housing & Redevelopment Agency (SHRA)
Sacramento, CA, United States
Description The Community Property Representative will provide the Housing Authority's primary interface with tenants at our various properties. Community Property Representative's may reside at the designated property and will be responsible for monitoring the property for security issues, ensuring that the property is maintained in accordance to standards, reporting and/or correcting maintenance problems, showing units, and assisting with inspections. While most of the work is done during normal business hours, this position is expected to be on call after business hours and on the weekends, and may have call out responsibilities at other properties as necessary. Essential Areas of Responsibility ESSENTIAL AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY General Property Management Collect delinquent rents Draft notices including lease violations, 3-day and 30 day notices Prepare weekly and daily reports, resident communication and move-in/move/out processes Show vacant units to perspective tenants as requested by the central office staff, secure vacant units, and provide vacancy update to central staff Document and communicate tenant complaints and requests to Regional Community Manager and Central Office Report maintenance problems as needed including submitting online maintenance requests Orient and instruct new tenants on property operations and appliance/equipment operation Assist in organizing, planning and implementing unit inspections and resident activities Maintain tenant list Enforce all property rules including parking/valid vehicle registration requirements Update signage, maintain front door entry programming and alarm system information Maintain calendars for community rooms and distribute and post notices and announcements. Respond to alarms (such as fire and nurse pull alarms) and resolve or refer emergencies to appropriate personnel and authorities Inform Regional Community Manager and Central Office staff of potential or actual tenant lease violations Establish and maintain effective and cooperative working relationships with tenant, co-workers and management Attend resident meetings and trainings as required Place recycling bins in parking lots before pick-u, and return bins after pick-up Respond to telephone calls and emails in a timely manner Provide cover for other Property Community Managers at other sites during absences Participate in the annual income certification process for existing and new residents including scheduling appointments, collecting documentation, completing, filing and scanning certification paperwork Process incoming rents in Yardi Daily and Weekly Community Upkeep Walk the full property at the start and end of each day and note any maintenance needs, hazardous conditions, graffiti, or lease violations. Report on the daily log and submit to Regional Community Manager and Central Office corrective action items May perform general light custodial work including picking up debris in common areas Ensure that property maintains attractive "curb appeal" at all times. Education & Experience Education/Experience High school diploma or general education and one year related experience in property management Property Management experience preferably consists of 50 units or more and with affordable housing (tax credit) required. Experience providing customer service/ and working with social services programs preferred Ability to communicate effectively in English both verbally and in writing Job Duties & Responsibilities As a condition of employment with SHRA, this employee will be required to complete a COVID-19 vaccination recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (including for emergency use) and provide proof of vaccination to the Human Resources Department prior to employment. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
6000 J Street, Sacramento, CA 95819, USA