CITY OF LOVELAND, COLORADO
Loveland, CO, USA
GENERAL PURPOSE: Review site development plans, engineering construction drawings, traffic studies and other reports related to commercial building permits, land development applications for compliance with Loveland's transportation design standards and contemporary engineering design practice. The salary range for this position is $88,000- $123,200 per year with a hiring range of $88,000 - $105,600 , depending on qualifications and experience. Position will close to applicants on: Monday, 12/11/2023 at 3:00 P.M. M.S.T. ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: Review general development proposals, site layouts, street construction plans, signing and striping plans, detailed traffic impact studies, soil reports, pavement designs, and all transportation elements contained in the land use and/or commercial and multi-family residential building permit applications for accuracy, good design practice, and conformance to standards. Independently research records for all pertinent information relating to development proposals. Formulate conditions of approval and itemize technical corrections associated with transportation issues on building permit and/or planning and zoning applications. Analyze development proposals for compliance with the ordinance, other transportation policies/regulations, and itemize the technical corrections needed for compliance. Contribute toward the resolution of conflicting design needs between staff, utility companies, and applicants. Maintain a working knowledge of current transportation standards as well as trends in the industry relating to design and construction activities. Display a competent, working knowledge of traffic engineering principles and analytical methods in written and verbal communications with professional peers. Assist the Senior Civil Engineer with the periodic updates to the Larimer County Urban Area Street Standards (LCUASS). Provide courteous and effective personal service. The Civil Engineer I will complete the tasks listed above with input and assistance. The Civil Engineer II will complete tasks with limited oversight. Civil Engineer I Additional Essential Job Functions: • Calculate commercial and multifamily building permits, estimate fee requests, Street CEF's (Capital Expansion Fee) including any credit amounts, for review. • May present to the aforementioned boards with Civil Engineer II or the Senior Civil Engineer. OTHER JOB FUNCTIONS: Occasional field inspection of street improvements to check compliance with approved plans and adopted standards. Provide technical forms and agreements for rights-of-way, deeds and easements. JOB EQUALIFICATIONS: Knowledge, skills and abilities: Demonstrated knowledge of the principles and practices of civil and traffic engineering as they relate to the design and construction of urban street and public transportation improvements. Ability to quickly read and comprehend blueprints, plats, legal descriptions of real property, and related construction documents. General knowledge of land surveying principles. Working knowledge of Colorado annexation and subdivision statues desirable. Remain abreast of technical developments in the fields of civil engineering, traffic engineering and land development. Familiarity with the basic properties and specifications of concrete, asphalt, aggregate bases, and soils as typically encountered in street construction. Working knowledge of the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD), the Model Traffic Code, Highway Capacity Software, Synchro (or similar intersection capacity and operational software), ArcMap GIS, traffic signal and roundabout design, word processing, spreadsheet, and database software, in MS-Windows environment as well as Planning and Zoning, and Building Permit Review software. Superior written and oral communication skills. Ability to independently solve complex problems. Provide accurate and error-free work under pressure and meet reasonable deadlines is mandatory. Must provide timely and courteous assistance to other staff members and the public over the phone and in person in both cooperative and adversarial situations. Skill at cooperatively working toward the solution of conflicting design issues with other departments, utility companies, developers and consultants. Core Competencies: Accountability, Integrity, Transparency & Honoring the Public Trust, Collaboration, Innovation, Safety, Excellent Service with Courtesy and Kindness Education and/or experience: Bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering or related field required. A combination of education and/or experience may substitute for the education requirement on a basis of 2 years of experience per one year of a B.S. degree. In addition, a minimum four (4) years of experience in civil engineering in urban street design and/or development review, including at least (3) years of detailed traffic analysis or engineering review, preferably in an urban municipal environment. Without a B.S. degree, the experience is 12 years. Licensure and/or certifications: Must possess a valid driver's license. Registration as a Professional Engineer (PE) in the state of Colorado or obtain PE within two (2) year of hire date is required. Material and equipment directly used: Multi-line telephone, personal computer, printer, calculator, fax machine, copier, and communications equipment including pagers and cellular phones. Working conditions and physical requirements: While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to work in an office environment and in the field at various project sites. Personnel may be exposed to long periods of sitting or standing at a desk or computer. Considered essential personnel required to report for duty in response to community emergencies (e.g. natural disaster, fire, flood, blizzard, etc.) This job description is not designed to contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee. With over 300 days of sunshine, and just 30 miles from Rocky Mountain National Park in the heart of northern Colorado, Loveland is an ideal community for anyone to call home. Known as the Sweetheart City, this vibrant cultural hub is home to nearly 500 sculptures and public art installations, the world-famous Valentine Remail Program, and picturesque views of the Rocky Mountains. The community is bustling with a thriving arts, brewery, foodie and shopping scene. Enjoy headliner concert and theatre productions, professional hockey events, endless community recreation and open space opportunities, art and sculpture shows, and several local festivals. Loveland also boasts an award-winning golf course and an inclusive library and community center. Loveland, Colorado has EVERYTHING YOU LOVE! In 2020, Loveland was the only Colorado City to win the Governor's Award for Downtown Excellence, is the top residential recycling City in the state for 4 consecutive years and has been ranked as one of the top places to live, work and raise a family in the U.S. and as one of the Most Idyllic Picturesque towns in America. Apply today to join more than 800 employees who work to meet the core values of: Accountability & Integrity, Transparency & Honoring the Public Trust, Collaboration, Innovation, Safety, Excellent Service with Courtesy and Kindness. The City of Loveland is a diverse and welcoming community organization and our employees enjoy a competitive benefits program, various opportunities for growth and development, and an exceptional work-life balance. A vibrant community, surrounded by natural beauty, where you belong! Benefit Eligible Benefits Package Includes: Two (2) medical plans, Dental, Vision (for self/ spouse/ children) Employee Health & Wellness Center (self/family) Paid vacation, holidays, and medical leave Flexible spending including Dependent Care Life Insurance, AD&D, Short-term and Long-term disability, and voluntary Critical Illness Coverage Retirement 401a, 457, Roth (pre-& post tax) and company match Comprehensive Employee Assistance Program Voluntary 529 College Invest program Personal and Professional Development opportunities Discounted recreation passes Employee recognition program Exceptional work-life balance Market based pay & regular performance reviews Local Government employment is eligible for Public Loan Forgiveness Program Reasonable accommodations will be made to enable qualified individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. The City of Loveland participates in E-Verify. In accordance with E-Verify requirements, upon your date of hire the City of Loveland will provide the federal government with your Form I-9 information to confirm that you are authorized to work in the U.S. E-Verify Notice of Participation . Learn more about your right to work . Visit E-Verify.gov for more information. The City of Loveland provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, genetic information, age, or any other status protected under federal, state, and/or local law. A driving record and criminal history background check will be obtained pre-employment.
Orange County, CA
Orange County, California, United States
Dec 05, 2023
CAREER DESCRIPTION LANDFILL MAINTENANCE COORDINATOR (SHOP PLANNER ELECTRICAL/MECHANICAL) SALARY INFORMATION In addition to performance-based merit increases, this position is scheduled to receive salary range increases on the following dates: Effective June 28, 2024 - 4.25% increase Effective June 27, 2025 - 4.00% increase Salary may be negotiable within the range listed above, based on position requirements and successful candidate's qualifications, subject to appropriate authorization. OPEN TO THE PUBLIC The recruitment will establish an open eligible list to fill current and future Shop Planner Electrical/Mechanical vacancies in OC Waste & Recycling (OCWR) and/or any other agencies within the County of Orange. This recruitment may also be used to fill positions in similar and/or lower classifications. DEADLINE TO APPLY This recruitment is open to the public and will close at 11:59 PM (PST) on Wednesday, January 3, 2024 . Qualified applicants are encouraged to apply immediately. THE COUNTY The County of Orange is a regional service provider and planning agency whose core businesses include public safety, public health, environmental protection, regional planning, public assistance, social services, and aviation. THE AGENCY OC WASTE & RECYCLING OC Waste & Recycling (OCWR) is an organization dedicated to providing waste management services, protecting the environment, and promoting recycling in order to ensure a safe and healthy community for current and future generations. OCWR operates three active regional landfills (North, Central, South), four household hazardous waste collection centers, monitors 20 closed landfills, and administers municipal solid waste collection, recycling, and planning for County unincorporated areas. OCWR is a nationally renowned waste management department responsible for a network of sanitary landfills. The Department is committed to its exceptional record of regulatory compliance and excellence. OCWR partners with the Orange County-based Discovery Cube to sponsor the Eco-Challenge educational exhibit that teaches thousands of students each year to reduce, recycle, and reuse in their daily life. THE OPPORTUNITY OC Waste & Recycling is embarking on the creation, development, and implementation of a new Reliability Maintenance Program (RMP) to enhance the operation of major process equipment, eliminate unplanned downtime, and improve regulatory compliance. RMP is within the Compliance Support Division and requires site-dedicated staff to plan, coordinate, and schedule various maintenance activities. The dedicated staff will be situated at each landfill and will collaborate with other key OCWR stakeholders in the execution of preventative, predictive, and corrective maintenance programs. The dedicated Landfill Maintenance Coordinator will be responsible for, but not limited to, the following duties: Utilize an Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) software through the use of a Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS). Provide oversight of contractors to ensure maintenance work performed on all equipment meets the quality and standards as required by original equipment manufacturer. Plan, schedule, and coordinate maintenance and work activities with site operations and service providers. Research and establish preventative and predictive maintenance schedule based on the type of equipment and asset classifications (electrical, mechanical, and instrumentation). Utilize CMMS to create, process, review, update, and track work orders, in addition to attaching documentation such as service reports, calibration sheets, and invoices. Coordinate with budget, finance, and landfill operations to perform asset on-boarding, tracking, verification, and decommissioning. Perform data analysis and develop and generate ad-hoc reports related to operations and maintenance key performance indicators (KPIs). Use the combination of an EAM and other software to maintain operations and maintenance records, budget, expenditures, work orders, and O&M manual database for heavy equipment, light duty equipment, and other defined assets. Utilize technical ability and experience to make recommendations to improve equipment reliability, effectiveness, and lowering life cycle costs. DESIRABLE QUALIFICATIONS AND CORE COMPETENCIES In addition to the minimum qualifications the ideal candidate will have three (3) years' experience working with operations and/or maintenance and familiarity with, but not limited to, coordinating work activities, documenting and presenting equipment status updates, communicating with stakeholders, reviewing and processing invoices, and collaborating with and managing contractors. In addition to the above, the successful candidate will possess most of the core competencies listed below: TECHNICAL KNOWLEDGE | EXPERTISE Proven ability to accurately plan and manage a task or project involving multiple disciplines. This includes scoping, estimating time, materials and costs, procurement, quality control, closeout, and documentation. Disciplines include but are not limited to electrical and mechanical systems, contract management, and light and heavy-duty construction equipment. Expertise utilizing Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) software and Computerized Maintenance Management Systems (CMMS). Proficiency utilizing the following Microsoft Office software applications: Outlook, Word, OneNote, and Excel. PROBLEM SOLVING | ANALYTICAL SKILLS Analyze problems related to maintenance activities and landfill operations and to recommend reasonable solutions to such problems. Ability to generate performance reports and to quantify resources and plan work in an effective manner. Ability to prioritize, implement and complete tasks based on criteria provided by others. ORAL/WRITTEN COMMUNICATION SKILLS Communicate orally and in writing in a clear and effective manner. Willingness to speak and present in front of both peers and upper management. Must be able to respond and communicate in a demanding environment with a wide range of stakeholders. TEAMWORK Proven ability to lead by example in terms of timeliness, documentation, discipline, dedication, and a commitment to do the right thing. Open to new ways of doing things, commitment to constant quality improvement, and an ability to establish and track short, medium, and long-term goals for individuals and teams. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Click here to view the minimum qualifications for Shop Planner Electrical/Mechanical . ENVIRONMENTAL AND WORKING CONDITIONS Work in various landfill structures and work outdoors amid loud noise and fumes in all weather conditions. Exposure to municipal solid waste, dust, pollen, birds, odors, noise, vibration, etc. REQUIRED LICENSE Possession of, or the ability to obtain and maintain, a valid California Driver License, Class C or higher, by the date of appointment is required. RECRUITMENT PROCESS Human Resource Services (HRS) will screen all application materials for minimum and/or desirable qualifications. After screening, candidates who meet the qualifications will be referred to the next step in the recruitment process. 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 this job. Only those candidates that meet the qualifications as listed in the job bulletin will be referred to the next step. Structured Oral Interview (SOI) | (Weighted 100%): A panel of job knowledge experts will interview and evaluate each candidate's responses to a series of structured questions designed to elicit the candidate's qualifications for the job. This is a competitive process; therefore, candidate responses to the structured questions should be thorough, detailed, and complete. Only the most successful candidates will be placed on the eligible list. Based on the Department's needs, the recruitment procedures listed above may be modified. Candidates will be notified of any changes in the recruitment process. 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. 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. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Please see below for important information regarding COVID-19 related recommendations. Effective April 3, 2023, it is strongly recommended that County employees working in health care settings and correctional facilities follow vaccination and booster guidelines provided by the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Please click here to see the latest guidance for more details. 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," "ocgov.com" and "ocwr.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, please contact Pamela Niemi-Gering at (714) 834-4655 or firstname.lastname@example.org . EEO INFORMATION Orange County, as an equal employment opportunity employer, encourages applicants from diverse backgrounds to apply. Non-Management Benefits In addition to the County's standard suite of benefits, such as a variety of health plan options, annual leave and paid holidays--we also offer an excellent array of benefits such as a Health Care Reimbursement Account, 457 Defined Contribution Plan and Annual Education and Professional Reimbursement. Employees are provided a Retirement Plan through the Orange County Employees Retirement System (OCERS). Please go to the following link to find out more about Defined Benefit Pensions and OCERS Plan Types/Benefits. http://www.ocers.org/active-member-information Click here for information about benefits offered to County of Orange employees. Closing Date/Time: 1/3/2024 11:59 PM Pacific
TEXAS PARKS AND WILDLIFE
Texas, Texas, United States
TPWD MISSION To manage and conserve the natural and cultural resources of Texas and to provide hunting, fishing and outdoor recreation opportunities for the use and enjoyment of present and future generations. PLEASE NOTE: All applications must contain complete job histories, which includes job title, dates of employment (month/year) and hours worked per week, name of employer, supervisor's name and phone number and a description of duties performed. Job history and volunteer experience should be listed in the work history section of the application to receive credit towards meeting the minimum requirements. Part-time experience credit is prorated based on the duration and hours worked per week. Please indicate hours worked for part-time/temporary/seasonal experience. If this information is not submitted, your application will be considered incomplete. Applications with "See attached" or "See resume" will not be accepted in lieu of a completed application. Omission of data can be the basis for disqualification; you may state 'unknown' for any incomplete fields. If education is used to meet the minimum requirements of the job posting, a copy of a college transcript(s) issued from the registrar must be provided if you are selected for an interview. WATCH OUR VIDEO ON HOW TO APPLY FOR JOBS APPLICATIONS SUBMITTED THROUGH WORK IN TEXAS: Work In Texas (WIT) applicants must complete the supplemental questions to be considered for the posting. To complete the supplemental questions, go to CAPPS Recruit to register or login. CAPPS Recruit, https://capps.taleo.net/careersection/ex/jobsearch.ftl?lang=en MILITARY OCCUPATIONAL SPECIALTY CODES: Job Classification Service Military Specialty Planner I-V Army No Military Crosswalk. Qualified veterans are encouraged to apply. Planner I-V Navy No Military Crosswalk. Qualified veterans are encouraged to apply. Planner I-V Coast Guard No Military Crosswalk. Qualified veterans are encouraged to apply. Planner I-V Marine Corps 7380, 8016, 8870 Planner I-V Air Force No Military Crosswalk. Qualified veterans are encouraged to apply. *More information on military occupational specialty codes can be found below: https://www.onetonline.org/crosswalk/MOC/ https://hr.sao.texas.gov/Compensation/MilitaryCrosswalk/MilitaryCrosswalkGuide.pdf MILITARY EMPLOYMENT PREFERENCE: If you choose to claim military employment preference as outlined by the State of Texas, you must complete the Military Employment Preference Survey and attach this form and required documentation referenced on this form at the time your application is submitted . If you have questions regarding this requirement, please visit our Military Employment Reference page at https://tpwd.texas.gov/jobs/veterans/ Required forms that will need to be attached with application for Military Employment Preference: 1. Veteran- DD214 showing honorable discharge. 2. Surviving spouse of a veteran who has not remarried- Marriage Certificate and DD Form 1300 or appropriate documentation. 3. Orphan of a veteran killed while on active duty- Birth Certificate and DD Form 1300 or appropriate documentation. 4. Spouse of a member of the US Armed Forces/Texas National Guard serving on Active Duty- Marriage Certificate and copy of spouses active duty military orders. 5. Spouse of a veteran with disability and is the primary income for household- Marriage Certificate, Veterans DD214, and VA Benefits Summary Letter showing disability rating. Documentation must be attached to the application before military preference can be granted. BENEFITS: Texas Parks and Wildlife offers a variety of benefits for employees such as generous paid time off, group insurance, retirement and pension, and frequent training and staff development opportunities. Other benefits include longevity pay, merit pay, deferred compensation, flexible benefit plans, 401K/457 retirement plans, direct deposit, telework, staggered work hours, Employee Assistance Program and a Return to Work Program. For new employees or rehires, health insurance is available the 1st of the following month after a 60-day waiting period. Click HERE to view our Benefits page. HIRING CONTACT: Justin Fleury, (512) 389-4367 PHYSICAL WORK ADDRESS: TBD: A State Parks Regional Office or State Park affiliated with Region 2 Office (Rockport), Region 4 (Houston) Region 5 (Waco) or Region 6 (Tyler) GENERAL DESCRIPTION Under direction of the Planning and Geospatial Resources Manager, this position is responsible for performing routine to complex state park planning services at the State Parks Regional level. Responsibilities are comprised of developing Public Use Plans, Facility Development Plans and/or other types of formal Planning documents. Planning services include but are not limited to site and facility planning and programming, land-use analysis, cartographic presentations, geographic information system (GIS)-based analysis, project reviews, and supporting public use plan development. Works as part of a multi-disciplinary team to successfully plan and implement outdoor recreation facilities, resource management projects, and/or other projects related to park planning and operation. Interfaces with the Regional Coordinators and Programs, including Natural, Cultural, Interpretive and Maintenance Programs, the Infrastructure Division, and other entities as necessary to assure an integrated park planning effort. Works under moderate to limited supervision, with limited to considerable latitude for the use of initiative and independent judgment. Performs additional duties as assigned. Complies with all Agency, Division, and Branch rules, regulations and procedures. Qualifications: MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Education: Graduation from an accredited college or university with a Bachelor's degree or higher with coursework in Planning, Landscape Architecture, Architecture, Geography, or closely related field. Experience: Planner II: One year of professional experience in outdoor recreation planning, outdoor recreation facilities planning, historical facility planning, land use or environmental resource planning, or landscape design; Six months experience in Geographic Information Systems (GIS) or computer aided drafting (CAD) or closely related systems; Planner III: Two years of professional experience in outdoor recreation planning, outdoor recreation facilities planning, historical facility planning, land use or environmental resource planning, or landscape design; Two years of professional experience in Geographic Information Systems (GIS) or computer aided drafting (CAD) or closely related systems; Licensure: Must possess or be able to obtain, within 30 days of employment, a valid class "C" Texas driver's license. NOTE: Retention of position contingent upon obtaining and maintaining required license ACCEPTABLE SUBSTITUTIONS: Education: One additional year beyond the required experience outdoor recreation planning, outdoor recreation facilities planning, historical facility planning, land use or environmental resource planning, or landscape design may substitute for 30 semester hours of the required education, with a maximum substitution of 120 semester hours. Experience: Graduation from an accredited college or university with a Bachelor's or Master's degree in Planning, Landscape Architecture, Architecture, Geography or closely related field, may substitute for one year of the required experience in outdoor recreation planning, outdoor recreation facilities planning, historical facility planning, land use or environmental resource planning, or landscape design; Geographic Information Systems Certificate from an accredited college or university may substitute for six months required experience in Geographic Information Systems (GIS) or computer aided drafting (CAD) or closely related systems. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: Education: Graduation from an accredited college or university with a Bachelor's or Master's degree in in Planning, Landscape Architecture, Architecture, Geography, or closely related field. Experience: Planner II: Two years of professional experience in outdoor recreation planning, outdoor recreation facilities planning, historical facility planning, land use or environmental resource planning, or landscape design; One year of professional experience in Geographic Information Systems (GIS) or computer aided drafting (CAD) or closely related systems; Planner III: Three years of professional experience in outdoor recreation planning, outdoor recreation facilities planning, historical facility planning, land use or environmental resource planning, or landscape design; Three years of professional experience in Geographic Information Systems (GIS) or computer aided drafting (CAD) or closely related systems; KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES: Planner II: Knowledge of landscape architectural and engineering design practices related to outdoor recreation facility development; Knowledge of public use and maintenance standards for outdoor recreation facilities; Knowledge of digital cartography, GIS landscape analysis, and computer aided drafting (CAD); Knowledge of principles, objectives, and procedures of planning, programming, and research for a governmental agency; Planner III: Knowledge of Planner II; PLUS: Knowledge of federal and state laws, regulations and policies as they relate to facility development and park operations, including the American with Disabilities Act (ADA); Knowledge of federal and state laws, regulations and polices related to natural, cultural and historic resources, and their impact on park planning efforts; Knowledge of governmental organizations, outdoor recreation programs, and statewide environmental issues; Planner II: Skill in using Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Outlook, Excel, and PowerPoint); Skill in Adobe Creative Suite (InDesign, Illustrator, and Photoshop); Skill in using ArcGIS by ESRI or equivalent GIS software; Skill in using AutoCAD by Autodesk or equivalent computer drafting software; Skill in effective verbal and written communication; Planner III: Skills of Planner II; PLUS: Skill in weighing the relative costs and benefits of a potential action; Skill organizing and leading multiple projects with numerous stakeholders; Skill in making independent, sound, and timely decisions; Skill in writing and preparing concise reports and documents; Planner II: Ability to provide planning services for facility development and/or resource management projects; Ability to conduct geographic analysis using GIS to evaluate site specific, regional, and statewide data; Ability to work as a member of a team; Ability to review design and construction documents; Ability to conduct research; Ability to conduct work activities in accordance with TPWD safety program. Planner III: Abilities of Planner II; PLUS: Ability to develop planning reports and presentations so State Park leadership can make informed and strategic decisions regarding park development and resource conservation projects; Ability to effectively organize and conduct public meetings and workshops with multiple stakeholders; Ability to perform advanced planning and research work; Ability to make compelling presentations to diverse groups of all sizes; Ability to work under limited supervision, with considerable latitude for the use of initiative and independent judgment. WORKING CONDITIONS: Required to work from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday; Required to work overtime, as necessary; This position is suitable to telework two days per week and the candidate may be allowed to telework with supervisor approval; Required to perform work outdoors, occasionally in adverse weather conditions; Must conform to TPWD dress and grooming standards, work rules, and safety procedures; Required to travel 20% with possible overnight stays; Required to operate a State vehicle; Non-smoking environment in all State buildings and vehicles. TPWD IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER Closing Date: Dec 25, 2023, 11:59:00 PM
CITY OF ATLANTA, GA
Atlanta, Georgia, United States
Job Summary Supports the development of strategic plans and program documents such as plans, policies, and procedures for emergency or disaster preparedness for the department. May act as project team lead for development of products; functions as a group facilitator for meetings and exercises, as required Duties Duties include the performance of skilled technical and administrative work, supervising and directing emergency or disaster preparedness planning. Creating and maintaining the department’s emergency management plans, such as emergency response plans, site specific emergency action plans, business continuity plans, hazard mitigation plans, and drought plans. Supervision Received and Exercised The Emergency Management Planner receives general supervision from the Emergency Management Program Administrator. Project and technical direction may be provided to professional, technical, office support and contract staff. Minimum Qualifications - Education & Training Bachelor’s degree in Emergency Management, Homeland Security, or related field required. The following classes are required: IS100, IS200, & IS700. Preferred Education & Experience Certified Emergency Manager (CEM) credential from the International Association of Emergency Managers (IAEM) is preferred. Emergency response experience within an Emergency Operations Center (EOC) environment is required. The following classes are required: ICS300, and ICS400 Thorough knowledge of: emergency response systems and capabilities; methods and procedures of operating emergency and disaster plans; federal and state regulations governing emergency and disaster plans; geography layout of the department’s facilities and surrounding area; and operating standard computer equipment, hardware and software. Ability to: plan and supervise the work of others; operate all communications equipment; maintain required certifications; respond to work during emergency situations or inclement weather; speak distinctly; deal courteously with the public under stressful conditions; and establish and maintain effective working relationships with service providers, associates and the general public. One to three years of experience in emergency management; or Licenses and Certifications: National Incident Management System (NIMS) training Independent Study (IS) 100, 200, 700, 800; Incident Command System (ICS) 300, 400, 430/440 Georgia Emergency Management & Homeland Security Agency (GEMA/HS) Emergency Manager Certification (within 1 year of employment) GA Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) (within 6 months of employment) Valid Driver’s License Competencies Business Ethics: Treats people with respect; Keeps commitments; Inspires the trust of others; Works with integrity and ethically; Upholds organizational values. Communications: Expresses ideas and thoughts verbally; Expresses ideas and thoughts in written form; Exhibits good listening and comprehension; Keeps others adequately informed; Selects & uses appropriate communication methods. Customer Service: Displays courtesy and sensitivity; Manages difficult or emotional customer situations; Meets commitments; Responds promptly to customer needs; Solicits customer feedback to improve service. Dependability: Responds to requests for service and assistance; Follows instructions, responds to management direction; Takes responsibility for own actions; Commits to doing the best job possible; Keeps commitments; Meets attendance and punctuality guidelines. Job Knowledge: Competent in required job skills & knowledge; Exhibits ability to learn and apply new skills; Keeps abreast of current developments; Requires minimal supervision; Displays understanding of how job relates to others; Uses resources effectively. Quality: Demonstrates accuracy and thoroughness; Displays commitment to excellence; Looks for ways to improve and promote quality; Applies feedback to improve performance; Monitors own work to ensure quality. Closing Date/Time: 2023-12-07
Stanislaus County, CA
Modesto, California, United States
About the Opportunity Interested in the job details? Click here for job flyer Stanislaus County now offers an employee bonus worth up to $10,000! Click here for details Benefits associated with this position can be found at Benefits Summary . Closing Date/Time: 12/11/2023 5:00 PM Pacific
Los Angeles Metro
Los Angeles, CA, United States
Basic Function Oversees, manages, and executes work activities that may have broad organizational-wide impact in an assigned organizational unit and manages the work of assigned staff and consultants on related projects Example Of Duties Manages complex transportation planning, implementation, funding, and analytical projects and programs Leads and facilitates development of strategies, processes, and policies Develops, negotiates, and executes major cooperative and service agreements, Memorandums of Understanding, and interagency funding plans to include scopes of work, financial plans, schedules, and contracts with other agencies and private developers Provides technical support and policy guidance to management on Metro plans, programs, and projects Applies, develops, and evaluates analytical, quantitative, and statistical tools and their results Represents Metro and makes presentations before various public/private audiences Participates and takes a leadership position in committees, forums, interagency task forces, and/or technical advisory groups Coordinates with municipal partners and ensures compliance with relevant policy guidelines and regulations Supports the acquisition processes and consultant contracts; manages schedules, staffing, technical deliverables, and budgets from the end user/business unit perspective Develops, forecasts, and monitors budgets for plans, programs, and projects Evaluates proposed legislation for impact on specific plans, programs, and projects Evaluates the costs, benefits, and risks of alternative funding plans, programs, and projects Prepares comprehensive reports, correspondence, and cost estimates Manages and coordinates the work of staff and/or consultants Guides work plan, staff, resource allocation, and stakeholder engagement strategy to advance implementation of pilot projects and to implement Metro's Vision 2028 Strategic Plan Coordinates with municipal partners to pilot new initiatives and to implement Metro's Vision 2028 Strategic Plan Communicates and implements safety rules, policies, and procedures in support of the agency's safety vision and goals; and maintains accountability for the safety performance of all assigned employees Contributes to ensuring that the Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) policies and programs of Metro are carried out May be required to perform other related job duties Requirements For Employment A combination of education and/or experience that provides the required knowledge, skills, and abilities to perform the essential functions of the position. Additional experience, as outlined below, may be substituted for required education on a two-for-one year basis. A typical combination includes: Education Bachelor′s Degree in Urban or Transportation Planning, Civil or Transportation Engineering, Business, Public Administration, Political Science, Urban Design, Public Policy, Finance, or a related field; Master's Degree in a related field preferred Experience Six years of relevant experience or three years supervisory-level experience in transportation planning, project management, urban design, transportation system design and research, travel simulation and demand modeling, transportation finance, operations planning, or a related area; two years of relevant management-level experience preferred; some positions in this class may require specialized experience in area of assignment Certifications/Licenses/Special Requirements A valid California Class C Driver License or the ability to utilize an alternative method of transportation when needed to carry out job-related essential functions preferred Preferred Qualifications: Preferred Qualifications (PQs) are used to identify relevant knowledge, skills, and abilities (KSAs) as determined by business necessity. These criteria are considered preferred qualifications and are not intended to serve as minimum requirements for the position. PQs will help support selection decisions throughout the recruitment. In addition, applicants who possess these PQs will not automatically be selected. Experience managing the planning, design, and environmental clearance of regionally significant transit corridor projects and programs, including Bus Rapid Transit, rail, or active transportation Experience managing consultants to plan and design transportation projects that require environmental review through the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) or National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) in order to meet project milestones and program goals Experience preparing and presenting concise, visually appealing presentations to different stakeholder groups including governing boards, elected officials, cities, agencies and community-based organizations (CBOs) Experience leading complex stakeholder engagement and negotiations Experience managing and overseeing project budgets and schedules for capital transportation projects Knowledge: Applicable local, state, and federal laws, rules, and regulations governing transportation policies, funding, and planning for a public agency Theories, principles, and practices of project and program management, transportation and land use planning, and regulations, contracts, and funding Financial, analytical, statistical, and reconciliation methods and practices Organization and processes of local, regional, state, and federal government, including legislative and funding processes and policies Political, socioeconomic, and environmental issues that influence transportation Modern management theory Applicable business software applications Skills: Managing the activities of a major transportation mode, project, or program Managing projects effectively Determining strategies to achieve goals Conducting studies, research, and analyses Understanding complex planning concepts Analyzing situations and issues, identifying problems, recommending and implementing solutions, evaluating outcomes, and making course corrections Exercising sound judgment and creativity in making decisions and solving complex problems Preparing reports and correspondence Establishing and implementing relevant policies and procedures Communicating effectively orally and in writing Interacting professionally with various levels of Metro employees, outside representatives, and the public Writing and editing documents for diverse audiences, including complex and technical documents; and translating complex concepts into easy to understand terms Mediating and negotiating Managing multidisciplinary professionals to achieve goals Managing procurement contracts and negotiating Building consensus and support around new concepts and innovations Abilities: Work independently or in teams Think and act independently Compile, analyze, and interpret complex data Negotiate consensus solutions Promote and build support for innovation with internal and external stakeholders Effectively navigate complex political, controversial, and challenging subjects to build consensus and achieve desired outcome Understand, interpret, and apply laws, rules, regulations, policies, procedures, contracts, budgets, and labor/management agreements Represent Metro before the public Make financial decisions within a budget Supervise, train, and provide expert technical assistance to assigned staff Read, write, speak, and understand English Selection Procedure Applicants who best meet job-related qualifications will be invited to participate in the examination process that may consist of any combination of written, performance, or oral appraisal to further evaluate job-related experience, knowledge, skills and abilities. Application Procedure To apply, visit Metro's website at www.metro.net and complete an online Employment Application. Telephone: (213) 922-6217 or persons with hearing or speech impairments can use California Relay Service 711 to contact Metro. All completed online Employment Applications must be received by 5:00 p.m. on the closing date. (SH) *Open to the public and all Metro employeesThis job bulletin is not to be construed as an exhaustive list of duties, responsibilities, or requirements. Employees may be required to perform other related job duties. Closing Date/Time: 08-DEC-23
Los Angeles Metro
Los Angeles, CA, United States
Los Angeles Metro
Los Angeles, CA, United States
Basic Function Performs complex work in support of contract administration activities for Metro's acquisition of goods and services. Example Of Duties Leads the planning, development, and execution, including reviews and comments, on Request for Proposals (RFPs) and Invitation for Bids (IFBs), as necessary Meets with internal and external clients to anticipate requirements Establishes evaluation criteria Prepares packages for advertising, printing, and distribution Conducts pre-bid and pre-proposal meetings to answer questions and set schedules Receives bids and proposals, acts as chairperson on bid/proposal evaluation team, and makes awards recommendations and formalizes awards Prepares various contract award letters and notices Responds to bid and proposal award protests Participates in initial contractor and consultant conferences Conducts negotiations as necessary Completes final draft of contracts Responsible for contract management activities after award Liaises with Metro's vendors and internal clients Maintains all records associated with an acquisition Supports Metro's diverse and economically disadvantaged programs, as well as other initiatives as assigned Reviews and approves invoices and payments Negotiates and approves change orders, task orders, contract work orders, and contract modifications Coordinates escrow agreements Attends progress meetings to review contract issues, set payment schedules, and make adjustments to contract administration Monitors contract compliance Assists in developing claim strategies designed to minimize damage assessment and effect on schedules Arranges and participates in final inspection and prepares closeout documents Prepares monthly status reports, summaries, and other correspondence Briefs management on assigned projects and give oral presentations as applicable Provides guidance and assistance to lower-level employees Communicates and implements safety rules, policies, and procedures in support of the agency's safety vision and goals; and maintains accountability for the safety performance of all assigned employees Contributes to ensuring that the Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) policies and programs of Metro are carried out May be required to perform other related job duties Requirements For Employment A combination of education and/or experience that provides the required knowledge, skills, and abilities to perform the essential functions of the position. Additional experience, as outlined below, may be substituted for required education on a year-for-year basis. A typical combination includes: Education Bachelor's Degree in Economics, Business, Public Administration, or a related field; Master's Degree in a related field preferred Experience Five years of relevant experience performing complex contract administration work; some positions in this class may require specialized experience in area of assignment Certifications/Licenses/Special Requirements A valid California Class C Driver License or the ability to utilize an alternative method of transportation when needed to carry out job-related essential functions Professional certification from National Contract Management Association (NCMA), American Production and Inventory Control Society (APICS), Institute for Supply Management (ISM), or equivalent preferred Knowledge: Theories, principles, and practices of public procurement, supply chain management, contract administration and/or practice of public agencies Applicable local, state, and federal laws, rules, regulations and policies pertaining to public procurement Financial and mathematical analysis, and statistical research Theories, principles and practices of project management Principles of supervision Applicable business software applications Skills: Performing complex contract administration and management work Planning, organizing, and coordinating the work of an integrated project team to perform contract administration functions Interviewing and evaluating contract proposal respondents Acquiring and analyzing information and resources, identifying problems, and making decisions in support of Metro's goals Exercising sound judgment and creativity in making decisions Determining strategies to achieve goals Influencing, mediating, and negotiating Communicating effectively both orally and in writing Interacting professionally with various levels of Metro employees and outside representatives Abilities: Serve as liaison across the organization to enhance, improve, and develop policies and procedures Think and act independently Meet tight time constraints Handle highly confidential material Represent Metro before the public Prepare comprehensive reports, contracts, specifications, correspondence, RFPs, and IFBs Perform cost analysis Understand, interpret, and apply laws, rules, regulations, policies, procedures, contracts, and budgets Overseeing, training, and motivating assigned staff Travel to offsite locations Read, write, speak, and understand English Selection Procedure Applicants who best meet job-related qualifications will be invited to participate in the examination process that may consist of any combination of written, performance, or oral appraisal to further evaluate job-related experience, knowledge, skills and abilities. Application Procedure To apply, visit Metro's website at www.metro.net and complete an online Employment Application. Telephone: (213) 922-6217 or persons with hearing or speech impairments can use California Relay Service 711 to contact Metro. All completed online Employment Applications must be received by 5:00 p.m. on the closing date. (KM) *Open to the public and all Metro employeesThis job bulletin is not to be construed as an exhaustive list of duties, responsibilities, or requirements. Employees may be required to perform other related job duties. Closing Date/Time: Open Until Filled
Los Angeles Metro
Los Angeles, CA, United States
Basic Function Performs highly complex financial analysis work in support of Metro′s Debt, Investment, Cash Liquidity, Banking Operations, or Financial Planning functions to maximize Metro's working capital. Example Of Duties Manages the investment program of Metro′s working capital; invests the liquidity component and oversees external managers hired to invest assets Manages daily cash flow for operation and project expenses Coordinates cash management and investment with debt activities Maintains and updates cash management policies and procedures Tracks, monitors, and ensures compliance with applicable agreements, covenants, and restrictions, investment policy, statutory, and legislative restrictions for all Metro Treasury programs Assists in structuring, documenting, marketing, and the sale of Metro′s debt and lease financings, as well as, assisting with the development and operation of other Treasury Department programs Assists in the preparation of presentations to Metro's committees, Metro′s Board of Directors, rating agencies, investors, and other external groups Reviews operating fund portfolio structure and recommends restructuring or reallocation of assets as appropriate Manages Metro′s banking services and maintains banking relations by serving as the primary liaison and administrator for commercial banking relationships for user departments Manages sales tax audit, forecasting, and recovery contract Conducts research and prepares documentation associated with Metro's ongoing banking operations, investment, debt, and financial planning programs Prepares monthly and quarterly financial reports Performs highly complex analytical work in support of Metro′s investment or debt programs, planning function, and/or pension and benefits administration; prepares pension and OPEB (Other Post-Employment Benefits) invoices Serves as project manager of procurements and assists in the selection of banking and financial services providers Reviews legislative guidelines and interoffice policies to develop, implement, and monitor compliance with Metro's debt, investment, and banking policies Monitors the financial condition of public agencies and financial institutions to protect securities purchased, invested, or deposited by Metro Monitors material events and assists in meeting continuing disclosure obligations Coordinates Metro's Treasury Department activities with financing team members, legal counsel, bankers, financial advisors, and underwriters Assists Accounting, Budget, and Planning staff in the preparation of information required for financial statements, Long-Range Transportation Plan, and annual budget development Procures Metro's bond financing and maintains supporting data to meet post issuance compliance and other reporting requirements Approves payment of expenditures from bond proceeds to ensure compliance with tax laws Conducts special projects, requiring complex legal or technical reference and documentation Provides Treasury services to Metro′s component units, programs, and external agencies Performs short- to long-range cash forecasting Leads the development of the Treasury Department′s annual operating budget or annual debt budget Leads, coaches, trains, mentors, and motivates assigned employees Contributes to ensuring that the Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) policies and programs of Metro are carried out May be required to perform other related job duties Requirements For Employment A combination of education and/or experience that provides the required knowledge, skills, and abilities to perform the essential functions of the position. Additional experience, as outlined below, may be substituted for required education on a year-for-year basis. A typical combination includes: Education Bachelor's Degree in Finance, Economics, Business, or a related field; Master′s Degree in a related field preferred Experience Five years of relevant experience in accounting, finance, banking, treasury operations, financial advisory services, insurance, or related field Certifications/Licenses/Special Requirements A valid California Class C Driver License or the ability to utilize an alternative method of transportation when needed to carry out job-related essential functions National or state recognized financial, accounting, or related professional designations preferred Preferred Qualifications Preferred Qualifications (PQs) are used to identify relevant knowledge, skills, and abilities (KSAs) as determined by business necessity. These criteria are considered preferred qualifications and are not intended to serve as minimum requirements for the position. PQs will help support selection decisions throughout the recruitment. In addition, applicants who possess these PQs will not automatically be selected. The following are the preferred qualifications: Experience executing daily short-term investment trades via Bloomberg trading terminal. Experience computing returns on investments, evaluating investment performance and interpreting financial information related to fixed-income securities and financing options. Experience managing the work of portfolio managers and custodial banks. Experience monitoring investment compliance with compliance providers such as Clearwater Analytics. Experience implementing investment decisions quickly in dynamic market environments. Experience compiling data and preparing complex investment and financial reports. Knowledge: Theories, principles, and practices of finance, accounting, business administration, underwriting, economics, banking, modeling, and investment management Theories, principles, and practices of transportation, planning, and public finance Applicable local, state, and federal laws, rules, and regulations governing bonds, securities, and other investment options Business investments and transactions of tax-exempt debt instruments Financial advisory and legal practices related to municipal finance Federal and state regulations governing financial institutions Financial analysis, research procedures, and document retention Investment best practices and procedures Mathematics and statistics Skills: Performing principal-level analytical work in financial management Managing financial resources Creating economic models Critical thinking Determining strategies to achieve goals Analyzing situations, identifying problems, and developing and recommending solutions Exercising sound judgment and creativity in making decisions and recommendations Communicating effectively orally and in writing Preparing complex comprehensive reports and correspondence Interacting professionally with various levels of Metro employees and outside representatives Microsoft Office Suite applications Abilities: Compile, analyze, and interpret highly complex data Understand, interpret, and apply laws, rules, regulations, policies, procedures, contracts, and budgets Lead, guide, train, mentor, and motivate assigned staff Read, write, speak, and understand English Selection Procedure Applicants who best meet job-related qualifications will be invited to participate in the examination process that may consist of any combination of written, performance, or oral appraisal to further evaluate job-related experience, knowledge, skills and abilities. Application Procedure To apply, visit Metro's website at www.metro.net and complete an online Employment Application. Telephone: (213) 922-6217 or persons with hearing or speech impairments can use California Relay Service 711 to contact Metro. All completed online Employment Applications must be received by 5:00 p.m. on the closing date. (JC) *Open to the public and all Metro employeesThis job bulletin is not to be construed as an exhaustive list of duties, responsibilities, or requirements. Employees may be required to perform other related job duties. Closing Date/Time: 08-DEC-23
City of Santa Rosa
Santa Rosa, CA, USA
The following duties are considered essential for this job classification:
Assume full management responsibility to lead, develop and implement the planning, engineering, building, and economic development program goals, funding, objectives, policies and priorities;
Develop and implement policies and procedures relating to the operation, maintenance, long range planning, and fiscal management of the department operations;
Oversee the city wide economic development program and provide strategic direction on economic development priorities;
Present reports and recommendations to the City Manager and City Council;
Represent the City to local, state and federal legislative and regulatory bodies;
Represent the City in development and land use matters;
Select, supervise, train and evaluate assigned staff;
Supervise the preparation and administration of the department budget;
Coordinate department activities with other City departments, outside agencies and organizations;
Participate in city wide strategic planning activities;
Participate and present reports in public meetings;
Oversee the enforcement and compliance of building and zoning ordinances through the Chief Building Official and delegation to staff;
Meet with a variety of citizens, governmental representatives, technical experts, and developers on physical issues facing the City including traffic, facilities design, subsidized housing sites, parking, commercial development, zoning, and neighborhood improvements;
Serve as the principal advisor to the Planning Commission, Design Review Board, Cultural Heritage Board, Design Review Board, and Waterways Advisory Committee;
Research, analyze and recommend policy approaches to legislation and urban development and improvement;
Oversee resolution of difficult planning, building, development engineering or economic development and administrative policy questions;
Oversee the role of the Environmental Coordinator and Zoning Administrator through delegation to staff;
Perform related duties as assigned.
Santa Cruz County, CA
Santa Cruz, California, United States
Introduction County of Santa Cruz INVITES YOU TO APPLY FOR: Currently available positions include: Construction Inspector * Site Development Plan Reviewer * *The official title for these positions is Engineering Associate To view the full job announcement: Click Here Closing Date/Time: Continuous
Santa Cruz County, CA
Santa Cruz, California, United States
Introduction County of Santa Cruz INVITES YOU TO APPLY FOR: Currently available positions include: Senior Construction Inspector * Senior Site Development Plan Reviewer * * The official title of this position is Senior Engineering Associate To view the full job announcement: Click Here Closing Date/Time: Continuous
City of Tacoma, WA
Tacoma, Washington, United States
Position Description The City of Tacoma's Office of Equity and Human Rights (OEHR), a division of the City Manager’s Office, is seeking an Equity Programs Consultant, Principal to design, manage, and evaluate key equity related programs and policies that help ensure the City’s Anti-Racist Systems Transformation (ARST) initiatives are executed successfully across the organization. This position reports to the Assistant Director and is a supervisor level position leading a team of Equity Programs Consultants as they provide tailored guidance to city departments and utilities. The work of this position will be guided by the City of Tacoma Equity and Empowerment Framework, Resolution 40622, the city’s Anti-Racist Systems Transformation efforts as well as Tacoma Public Utilities Strategic Directive #1 focused on Equity and Inclusion. This role is responsible for developing and implementing the Office of Equity and Human Rights’ consulting framework, protocols and tools to be used to analyze policy, operationalize equity in service delivery, and support workforce development to achieve the City of Tacoma’s diversity, equity and inclusion goals. Additionally, the principal consultant reports on initiatives associated with Anti-Racist Systems Transformation, analyzes data to determine city-wide trends, develops and facilitates staff trainings, and oversees employee resources programs for protected classes within staff demographics. This role is requires a high degree of collaboration and project management skills in order to be successful. City of Tacoma Commitment to Diversity and Inclusion Tacoma's diversity is its greatest asset. Tacoma embraces its multi-cultural and multiethnic 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. *Studies have shown that women and people of color are less likely to apply for jobs unless they meet all of the qualifications listed. We are most interested in finding the best candidate for the job, and that candidate may be one from a less traditional background. If you have transferable experience, please tell us about it! Qualifications Minimum Qualifications An equivalent combination to: a Bachelor's Degree in public or business administration, social services or related field with major course work in equity or social justice AND Four (4) years increasingly responsible administrative and supervisory experience in the public sector preferred. * Experience may be substitute for education on a year for year basis. Desired Qualifications: Master’s degree typically required with 5 years experience conducting research and analyzing policies, laws, rules, or regulations, conducting management studies, managing and overseeing programs serving or impacting communities of color, specialized or technical work processes, standards, regulations and systems. Lived, experienced and/or work experience in and with communities of color including immigrant and refugee communities and specific understanding of the issues facing Tacoma. This role may be required to work nights, evenings, and weekends; or attend meetings at locations outside of the office. Most work is performed in a normal City work/office environment. Licensing, Certifications and Other Requirements Ability to utilize alternative methods of transportation to carry out job-related essential functions or possession of valid Washington Driver's license at time of appointment with maintenance thereafter. Knowledge & Skills COMPETENCIES: Analysis: Use data and information in a clear and rational process to assess and understand issues, evaluate options, form accurate conclusions, and make decisions. Gather, assemble, analyze and evaluate facts to draw logical conclusions and make proper recommendations and prepare clear, concise, and comprehensive written reports which require displaying and presenting statistical, graphical, and other reporting methods to audiences of varying technical sophistication. Research: Effectively identify, collect, organize and document data and information in ways that make the information most useful for subsequent assessment, analysis, and investigation. Compile and maintain reports, records and various other forms of pertinent information in an organized and professional manner. Problem Solving Use intelligence, common sense, hard work and tenacity to solve particularly difficult or complicated challenges. Employ expertise, credibility, and effective partnering to help clients identify, evaluate and resolve complex or sensitive issues, problems and service needs. Communications Effectiveness: Effective verbal and written communication, including compilation of reports, presentations and records; and interacting respectfully and sensitively with individuals and groups to develop and maintain productive relationships and achieve results. Makes excellent customer service a high priority, responding to changing customer needs, and helping customers implement complete solutions. Facilitation: Effectively facilitate meetings and discussions for internal teams as well as those with external partners and stakeholders. Able to manage diverse viewpoints, help groups prioritize bodies of work, and help keep team conversations aimed towards an end objective. Integrity and Initiative Conduct all assignments in a thorough and timely manner. Work with confidentiality and discretion. Maintain professional skills that apply to all aspects of field of assigned specialty through continued education and/or training. Remain current by reading and interpreting applicable ordinances, rules, regulations, policies and procedures. Program Management Appropriately prioritize and concurrently provide guidance and consultation on multiple programs, integrating many factors into decisions, and ensuring that work progresses toward achieving goals and objectives. Selection Process & Supplemental Information FIRST REVIEW OF APPLICANTS WILL OCCUR ON DECEMBER 11, 2023. FINAL REVIEW WILL OCCUR ON DECEMBER 14, 2023. Interested individuals must apply online and attach a detailed resume and cover letter highlighting why you believe this job is the right fit for you and your career goals. NOTE: Applications received without the required resume and cover letter will not progress in the selection process. Applicants who have the strongest backgrounds related to the responsibilities of this position will be invited to participate in the interview process. Appointment is subject to passing a background check. WHY WORK FOR THE CITY? The City of Tacoma offers a generous program of employee benefits: Outstanding working conditions and an exceptional quality-of-life environment. Medical coverage for eligible employees, spouses and dependents, including children up to age 26. Vision care with VSP for employees and eligible dependents enrolled in the Regence PPO medical plan with vision benefits. Dental coverage for eligible employees and their elected dependents, including dependent children up to the age of 26. Deferred compensation allowing tax-deferred savings as authorized under Section 457 of the IRS Code. Personal time off. Paid holidays. A great pension plan. For information on the City of Tacoma's benefit package feel free to explore City of Tacoma Benefits. The Community Tacoma is a mid-sized urban port city that sits along the Puget Sound with a population of over 210,000. The third largest city in the state of Washington, it is a diverse, progressive international gateway to the Pacific Rim. Tacoma boasts the state's highest density of art and history museums, and is home to a flourishing creative community of writers, artists, musicians, photographers, filmmakers, chefs, entrepreneurs, and small business owners who each add their unique flair to the city's vibrant commercial landscape. The iconic Tacoma Dome has endured as a high-demand venue for some of the largest names in the entertainment industry. Tacoma's natural beauty and proximity to the Puget Sound and Mount Rainier draws hikers, runners, bicyclists, and maritime enthusiasts to the area. Its lively social scene is infused with energy by thousands of students attending the University of Washington Tacoma, the University of Puget Sound, the Evergreen State College Tacoma campus, and Tacoma Community College, as well as a number of local trade and technical colleges. Its prime location - just 20 minutes south of the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, 30 miles north of the state capital in Olympia, and within 10 miles of the U.S. Department of Defense's premier military installation on the West Coast - only adds to Tacoma's desirability. To see a few of the great things Tacoma has to offer, view this YouTube Video! When you work for the City of Tacoma you'll have an opportunity to enjoy a healthy work/life balance, the potential for flexible schedules (with some job classifications), continuing education programs, leadership pathways, wellness incentives and a total rewards benefits program. We welcome you to take a look at our website and discover how the City of Tacoma can make your next career move part of our combined destiny: http://www.cityoftacoma.org/newhires http://www.cityoftacoma.org/ http://www.traveltacoma.com/ The City of Tacoma believes that each employee makes a significant contribution to our success. This job description is designed to outline primary duties, qualifications and job scope. 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 the position. The Principles that Guide Us: Tacoma, the City of Destiny , has a workforce of dedicated, talented employees with unique skills and perspectives. We embrace innovation and strive for excellence and community engagement. The Principles that Guide Us speak to the values that we embody as City of Tacoma employees, and represent the core of our work in public service. Integrity: We conduct our personal, work group, and organizational actions in an ethical and honest manner, and we serve as responsible stewards of the public resources entrusted to us. Service: We treat everyone with courtesy and empathy. We provide customer-focused municipal services that produce high value and results. Excellence: We achieve the highest performance possible. We use collaborative and inclusive approaches to organizational and community issues. We are accountable for individually and collectively meeting high standards. Equity: We understand and reflect the community we serve. We ensure every community member has services and opportunities that will enable people to satisfy their essential needs and advance their wellbeing. 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. The online application system requires you to enter a substantial amount of information. Be prepared to spend at least an hour entering information. In order for your application materials to be considered, all information must be submitted by the closing date and time listed on this job announcement. 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 on the job announcement. This will allow us to assist you before the job announcement closes. If you are experiencing complications while applying in the NEOGOV system, immediately contact an applicant tech support representative at 1-855-524-5627. The City of Tacoma provides excellent medical, dental and vision plans for the whole family; paid holidays and paid leave; participation in the Tacoma Public Employees' Retirement System (alternate plan for Police/Fire); continuing education and advancement opportunities and a growing variety of City-sponsored health and wellness opportunities and incentives. Medical Coverage: For eligible employees and their families, including domestic partners and dependent children age 26 or younger. Dental Coverage: For eligible employees and their families, including domestic partners and dependent children age 26 or younger. Vision Coverage: For eligible employees and their eligible dependents. Paid Leave: City employees are entitled to received paid holidays, sick/vacation leave or personal time off (PTO), depending upon union affiliation and appointment type. Insurance Plans: Employees are covered by a long-term disability plan. Short-term and expanded long-term disability insurance plans are also available to employees. The State Industrial Insurance Act also covers employees. Deferred Compensation: Income can be set aside on a pretax basis and invested for supplementation of normal retirement income. Retirement: All employees of the City, except members of the Police and Fire services, Tacoma Rail and certain project employees, are included in the Tacoma Employees' Retirement System. Information on the Tacoma Employees' Retirement System can be found at www.cityoftacoma.org or by calling (253) 502-8200. Other Employment Information Direct Deposit: Employees are paid on a bi-weekly schedule by direct deposit. Salary Increases: Based on satisfactory job performance, the City provides for a regular progression of salary increases for most classifications according to the salary schedule. Union Affiliation: Many job classifications are covered by union security provisions which require union membership, dues, or payment of equivalent service fees. Note: The provisions of this job announcement do not constitute an expressed or implied contract. Any provision contained herein may be modified and/or revoked without notice. Closing Date/Time: 12/14/2023 5:00 PM Pacific
CITY OF FRESNO, CA
Fresno, California, United States
Position Description Come and join the City of Fresno in achieving our mission of Building a Better Fresno! Under close supervision, a Planner compiles, analyzes, and interprets data related to social, economic, population and land use trends, and prepares written reports on various planning entitlements and elements of the General Plan. Incumbents assist customers at the public services counter including permit issuance and help prepare for and attend neighborhood meetings and public hearings. Incumbents in the Planner I class may be promoted to the class of Planner II upon successful completion of the probationary period, recommendation of the appointing authority, and completion of a non-competitive qualifying examination (salary range $5,688 - $6,909/month). Several vacancies exist in the Department of Planning and Development. Immediate and future vacancies will be filled from this eligible list for a period of three (3) months from the date the eligible list is created, with the option of extending that period for up to a maximum of two (2) years at the City's discretion. Should the competitive process be suspended for this recruitment, the eligibility list may be limited to three (3) months. Pay,Benefits, & Work Schedule UNIT 3 Classification - The Fresno City Employees Association, Inc. (FCEA) HEALTH INSURANCE: The City contributes toward monthly premiums for PPO medical, dental and vision for employee and dependents. FLEXIBLE SPENDING ACCOUNT: IRS 125 Plan for health and dependent care expenses. DEFERRED COMPENSATION: Voluntary 457 plan with Fidelity Investments to increase your retirement savings. VACATION LEAVE: Accrue (8-14) days per year. SICK LEAVE: Eight (8) hours per month, available after 90 days SUPPLEMENTAL SICK- 40 hours per fiscal year. 80 hours lifetime maximum HOLIDAYS: Ten (10) City-observed annual holidays plus birthday and two (2) personal days. SHORT TERM DISABILITY: Provided through California SDI program. BILINGUAL PREMIUM: PAY: $100 per month HEALTH REIMBURSEMENT ARRANGEMENT: To reimburse retirement medical insurance and qualified medical expenses. RETIREMENT: City of Fresno Retirement Systems, one of the best funded public systems in the state. Reciprocity with other CA public agencies. Vested in Retirement benefits after 5 years of service. City employees do not participate in Social Security. DROP (Deferred Retirement Option Program): an optional, voluntary program that allows an employee to deposit retirement benefits in a special savings account within the Retirement System while continuing to work for the City of Fresno for up to 10 years. Participation minimum is age 50 and vested. Benefits includes ownership of accumulated funds, compound interest earnings, and alternative distribution options. Additional information regarding the City of Fresno benefits is available at https://www.fresno.gov/personnel/human-resources-support/#tab-1 The Requirements Applicants must meet the minimum qualifications on or before the posted filing deadline in order to qualify for the examination and do not assure placement on the eligible list. Graduation from an accredited college or university with a Bachelor's degree in urban planning, architecture, engineering, landscape architecture, geography or closely related fields may include business administration, economics, sociology, and criminology. Related technical planning experience may be substituted for the required education on a year-for-year basis. A copy of degree or college transcripts must be uploaded and included in your on-line application for verification of requirement. Applicants lacking the documentation will be rejected. Possession of a valid California Driver's License is required at time of appointment. Candidates considered for hire must provide proof of a valid driver's license and current copy of their driving record. The selected eligible candidates certified will be required to successfully pass a Department interview and a Department of Justice fingerprint prior to employment with the City of Fresno. How To Apply 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. Resumes will not be accepted in lieu of a completed employment application. ALL CORRESPONDENCE regarding this recruitment and exam process 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 to ensure it 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. It is the applicant's responsibility to check these folders as well. Applications must be submitted by midnight on the filing deadline or they will not be accepted for any reason. FOR THIS RECRUITMENT, IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT PERMANENT FRESNO CITY EMPLOYEES APPLY THROUGH PEOPLESOFT SELF SERVICE. Selection Process The examination process may consist of the following: WRITTEN EXAMINATION - 100%: A job related written examination will be administered which may test a candidate's knowledge of general planning, codes, regulations and laws, zoning, subdivisions and maps, research methods, general government, graphics use; AND ability to conduct analytical analysis, apply judgment/interpersonal skills, enforce policies and procedures, and perform mathematical computations. Candidates must achieve a passing score to qualify for the eligible list. The written exam is tentatively scheduled for the week of: January 8, 2024. Veteran Preference Regulations Qualified veterans who pass the examination may obtain five (5) additional points. Candidates applying for veteran's preference are required to submit a copy of their DD214 with their application during the specified filing period. Evidence must be presented to indicate that the candidate was discharged honorably from the military service. Veterans, including City employees, must resubmit proof of honorable service for every examination for which veteran's preference credit is requested. Additional Information HOW TO ATTACH DOCUMENTS TO YOUR ONLINE APPLICATION: Your document must be scanned and saved to your computer or thumb drive (save as Degree). Go to www.fresno.gov/jobs > Job Postings > Select Job> Enter Applicant Login Information> choose My Career Tools (located at the top of the page) Choose Cover Letters and Attachments Select Add Attachments For Attachment Type: choose Reference Attachment, then select Add Attachment link Select the Browse button; you will then be able to attach the saved Degree from your computer. Select Upload. Click Save and Return Equal Opportunity Employer The City of Fresno is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Should you need a special accommodation due to a qualifying disability, please contact the Personnel Service Department at (559) 621-6950 in advance of the examination. Closing Date/Time: 12/15/2023
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 coursework in Engineering, or in a field related to the job, eight (8) years of experience in engineering, acquired either before and/or after licensing as a professional engineer. Licenses or Certifications: Licensed Professional Engineer (PE) in the State of Texas; or if currently licensed in another state, the ability to obtain a Texas PE license within one (1) year of employment. Notes to Applicants This position serves in Austin Energy's Substation Relay Protection Team. The main job function is to assume the technical lead as SME . The work involves engineering knowledge and experience with electric utility protection and control systems. Working with Austin Energy provides a number of health and welfare benefits such as low-cost medical, dental, vision, paid leave time, a highly competitive retirement plan, career development opportunities and more. Please click HERE for more information. Employment Application: The City of Austin employment application is an official document; incomplete applications will not be considered. Please be sure to detail on the application all current and previous employment that you wish to be considered as part of your qualifications. The Employment Record should be complete with job titles, employment dates, job duties, functions, and responsibilities for each position held. Starting salary will be based on overall relevant experience from your application. Résumés will not be accepted and statements such as "see résumé" will not be accepted. You may use "N/A" for fields that are not applicable. Please note that Austin Energy may close the job posting at any time after 7 days from the date of the initial advertisement. Once the job posting has closed, applications cannot be changed. 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. If you are identified as a top candidate and are in the military or a veteran, you will need to provide a copy of your DD-214 prior to confirming a start date. This position requires a successful criminal background investigation. Work Schedule: This position is categorized as Essential Personnel with the City of Austin. Essential staff are required to work during emergencies or bad weather if they are scheduled to work and, in some cases, when they are not scheduled. Essential employees ensure the continuance of key operations for the City of Austin. Work hours may include after hours, holidays, and weekends. Shifts may change according to departmental needs. Employee may be required to work additional hours outside of regular work schedule. Fair Labor Standards Act: This position is considered FLSA Exempt. Exempt employees are salaried and, except as provided, are not eligible for overtime compensation. 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. Pay Range $51.07 - $67.04 per hour Hours Monday - Friday, 40 hours Shift may change according to departmental needs. Work hours may include after hours, holidays, and weekends. Additional hours may be required to work outside of regular schedule. Job Close Date 01/16/2024 Type of Posting External Department Austin Energy Regular/Temporary Regular Grant Funded or Pooled Position Not Applicable Category Professional Location 2526 Kramer Lane, Building E Preferred Qualifications Preferred Experience: Protection and Control engineering experience Relay Setting experience in utility Transmission & Distribution systems Experience using ASPEN , SEL5010, or other software Experience in power systems analysis Experience in utility engineering field support Experience in trouble shooting protection systems and mis-operation analysis Experience in reviewing and sealing utility engineering work Experience with national, state and local regulatory requirements including NERC and ERCOT Experience in developing written reports, testing procedures and checklist 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 technical specifications and standards by applying knowledge of the principles and practices of engineering discipline, including the methods, materials, equipment and techniques used. Plans, researches, designs, and implements engineering studies and projects and/or program areas by applying advance technical knowledge of engineering discipline. Manages and negotiates contracts by reviewing monthly progress reports, verifying final quantities and costs, compiling requisite documentation, reviewing change orders, and auditing as-built records. Acts as a liaison among consultants, contractors, subcontractors, manufacturers, fabricators or suppliers and City. Negotiates problems of changes, errors or deficiencies and ensures compliance with project specifications and requirements. Manages and monitors engineering projects for compliance. Reviews, analyzes, and interprets plans, specifications, contracts and other related documents. Develops and monitors project budgets and assists in developing, managing and submitting proposed budget forecast planning for short- and long-term city planning. Monitor projects for regulatory compliance and maintains knowledge of the latest developments in the utility industry, to meet North American Electric Reliability Council ( NERC ), Federal Energy Regulatory Commission ( FERC ), Electric Reliability Council of Texas ( ERCOT ) and Texas Public Utility Commission (TX PUC ) standards and regulatory requirements. Responsibilities- Supervision and/or Leadership Exercised: May provide leadership, work assignments, evaluation, 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. Knowledge of engineering design principles applicable to electric utility operations such as, generation, transmission, distribution and other related fields. Knowledge of utility standards and regulatory requirements, to meet North American Electric Reliability Council ( NERC ), Federal Energy Regulatory Commission ( FERC ), Electric Reliability Council of Texas ( ERCOT ) and Texas Public Utility Commission (TX PUC ) compliance requirements. Knowledge of engineering standards, codes, practices, procedures, materials, and equipment used in the design, construction, and operation of the electric utility systems. Knowledge of established engineering principles and methods. Knowledge of preparation of cost estimates and engineering and feasibility reports. Knowledge of regulatory requirements within the Local, State and Federal ordinances and laws. Knowledge of City of Austin purchasing and contract policies and procedures. Skill in oral and written technical and/or general communication including preparation of written reports. Skill in negotiations and handling conflict resolution. Ability to perform more complex engineering calculations and to analyze engineering problems. Criminal Background Investigation This position has been approved for a Criminal Background Investigation. EEO/ADA The City of Austin is committed to compliance with the Americans with 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 Texas Relay by dialing 7-1-1. The City of Austin will not discriminate against any applicant or employee based on race, creed, color, national origin, sex, gender identity, age, religion, veteran status, disability, or sexual orientation. In addition, the City will not discriminate in employment decisions on the basis of an individual's AIDS , AIDS Related Complex, or HIV status; nor will the City discriminate against individuals who are perceived to be at risk of HIV infection, or who associate with individuals who are believed to be at risk. Supplemental Questions Required fields are indicated with an asterisk (*). * This position requires graduation with a Bachelor's degree an accredited accredited college or university with major coursework in Engineering, or in a field related to the job, and eight (8) years of experience in engineering, acquired either before and/or after licensing as a professional engineer. Do you meet these qualifications? Yes No * Are you a Licensed Professional Engineer (PE) in the State of Texas; or if currently licensed in another state, do you have the ability to obtain a Texas PE license within one (1) year of employment? Yes No * Please provide your PE license number and state of registration: (Open Ended Question) * This position requires a criminal background investigation (CBI). By selecting the following, you are acknowledging that you understand if you are selected as a top candidate for this position, you will need a successful CBI to be hired. I acknowledge and understand this position requires a Criminal Background Investigation. * Describe your lead or supervisory experience in a related field of engineering. In which position(s) listed on your application did you gain this experience and how did you lead or supervise others? (Open Ended Question) * Describe your experience developing relay settings for protective relays in electric utility transmission, substation and distribution systems. In which position(s) listed on your application did you gain this experience? (Open Ended Question) * Describe your experience using ASPEN, SEL5010, or other software. (Open Ended Question) * Describe your experience performing power system analysis. (Open Ended Question) * Describe your experience with troubleshooting protection systems and mis-operation analysis. (Open Ended Question) * Describe your experience of national, state and local regulatory requirements and rules including NERC and ERCOT, include the total number of years. (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 Optional Documents
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 coursework in Planning, Geography, Social Science, Landscape Architecture, or a planning related field, plus five (5) years of planning related work. Twelve (12) semester hours of relevant graduate college course work may substitute for six (6) months of required experience with a maximum substitution of two (2) years. Experience in planning-related work may substitute for education up to the maximum of four (4) years. Licenses or Certifications: None. Notes to Applicants The Electric Service - Engineering & Technical Services (Electric System - ETS ) division of Austin Energy (AE) is seeking a Senior Planner to review subdivision and site plan applications for compliance with the City's adopted code, ordinances, criteria manuals and policies with a focus on electric. The Senior Planner will interface and communicate directly with AE design and engineering staff, city departments, TXDOT , Travis County, cities within the Austin Energy service territory, electric providers in the Austin Energy dual service areas, applicants, interested neighbors and stakeholders regarding active applications. The Senior Planner represents AE in leading, facilitating and/or coordinating complex processes and activities related to electric infrastructure projects, which may include working with the following: Boards and Commissions Land Use Determinations Zoning and Site Plans Subdivision Plans Permitting Activities Easement Acquisitions License Agreements The Senior Planner works independently in a lead position carrying out very complex urban planning duties and in a deadline-focused environment while balancing multiple projects and changing priorities. The Senior Planner must exercise good judgment, tact and diplomacy in all dealings while maintaining confidentiality. Working with Austin Energy provides a number of health and welfare benefits such as low-cost medical, dental, vision, paid leave time, a highly competitive retirement plan, career development opportunities and more. Please click HERE for more information. Employment Application: The City of Austin employment application is an official document; incomplete applications will not be considered. Please be sure to detail on the application all current and previous employment that you wish to be considered as part of your qualifications. The Employment Record should be complete with job titles, employment dates, job duties, functions, and responsibilities for each position held. Starting salary will be based on overall relevant experience from your application. Résumés will not be accepted and statements such as "see résumé" will not be accepted. You may use "N/A" for fields that are not applicable. Please note that Austin Energy may close the job posting at any time after 7 days from the date of the initial advertisement. Once the job posting has closed, applications cannot be changed. This position requires experience in working with the City of Austin and Austin Energy utility criteria and electric design criteria requirements. Please include all of your relevant work experience that meets this requirement. 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. If you are identified as a top candidate and are in the military or a veteran, you will need to provide a copy of your DD-214 prior to confirming a start date. This position requires a criminal background investigation. 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. FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT : This position is classified as NON - EXEMPT and may require to work additional hours outside of the normal schedule to include nights, weekends, and /or holidays. Pay Range $31.81 - $39.76 per hour Hours Monday through Friday. 8 :00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. - 40 Hour Work Week. Additional work hours may be required to support the 24-hour Utility operations, which may include evenings, weekends, holidays, inclement weather and emergency closures. Job Close Date 01/15/2024 Type of Posting External Department Austin Energy Regular/Temporary Regular Grant Funded or Pooled Position Not Applicable Category Professional Location 2500 Montopolis Drive, Austin, TX 78741 Preferred Qualifications Preferred Experience: Experience working in a deadline-focused environment while balancing multiple projects, changing priorities, and additional responsibilities. Knowledge of the City of Austin Land Development Code, Neighborhood Plans, Transit-Oriented Development, and Utility Criteria Manuals. Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Knowledge of and the ability to clearly explain city practices, policies, and procedures related to permitting and land development. The ability to provide technical planning assistance to the general public, design professionals, and elected officials. Experience reviewing preliminary subdivision and site plans and preparing comments. Accreditation with the American Institute of Certified Planners or similar is preferred but not required. 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. Coordinates division/section activities with other division/sections. Researches information as requested and or needed. Reviews analyzed data to discover patterns and/or discrepancies. Assists in developing operating procedures. Assists in developing division/section budget. Assists in developing and evaluating plans, criteria, etc for a variety of projects, programs, and activities. Investigates consumer/citizen complaint to determine validity. Speaks as City representative before public groups. Reviews complex plats and site plans for compliance with policy codes, ordinances, standards, etc. Answers more complex citizen questions and provide assistance. Interprets/explains/enforces City policies & procedures, building/land development codes, specifications, ordinances, etc. Attends City Council, board, and etc meetings to provide technical advice and assistance. Coordinates activities of various boards, committees, etc. Writes informational reports. Writes/draft legal documents, i.e., contracts, regulations, ordinance amendments, resolutions, etc. Develops, utilizes, and modifies complex transportation planning models. Reviews complex traffic impact analyses. Responsibilities - Supervision and/or Leadership Exercised: Perform as Lead Case Manager. May coordinate the activities of other planners. 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 the principles of community and urban planning. Knowledge of Federal and State laws relating to planning and urban development. Knowledge of City practices, policies, and procedures. Skill in oral and written communication. Skill in handling multiple tasks and prioritizing. Skill in data analysis and problem solving. Skill in planning and organizing. Skill in using computers and related software. Ability to make formal presentations of program and/or project recommendations. Ability to work under the pressures of rigid and/or short work cycle. Ability to maintain confidentially. Ability to develop and implement long-range plans. Ability to work with frequent interruptions and changes in priorities. Ability to establish and maintain good working relationships with other City employees and the public. Criminal Background Investigation This position has been approved for a Criminal Background Investigation. EEO/ADA The City of Austin is committed to compliance with the Americans with 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 Texas Relay by dialing 7-1-1. The City of Austin will not discriminate against any applicant or employee based on race, creed, color, national origin, sex, gender identity, age, religion, veteran status, disability, or sexual orientation. In addition, the City will not discriminate in employment decisions on the basis of an individual's AIDS , AIDS Related Complex, or HIV status; nor will the City discriminate against individuals who are perceived to be at risk of HIV infection, or who associate with individuals who are believed to be at risk. Supplemental Questions Required fields are indicated with an asterisk (*). * The minimum qualifications of this position are graduation with a Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with major coursework in Planning, Geography, Social Science, Landscape Architecture, or a planning related field, plus five (5) years of planning related work. Twelve (12) semester hours of relevant graduate college course work may substitute for six (6) months of required experience with a maximum substitution of two (2) years. Experience in planning, related work may substitute for one the education up to the maximum of four (4) years. Do you meet these requirements? Yes No * Describe your day to day practice managing multiple projects with varying deadlines and deliverables, and provide examples of each. (Open Ended Question) * Describe your working knowledge of the City of Austin's Land Development Code, Neighborhood Plans, and Transit-Oriented Development documents. (Open Ended Question) * Describe your experience reading and interpreting subdivision and site plans related to land development. (Open Ended Question) * Do you have the ability to travel to multiple sites as part of the regular job duties? Yes No * This position requires a criminal background investigation (CBI). By selecting the following, you are acknowledging that you understand if you are selected as a top candidate for this position, you will need a successful CBI to be hired. I acknowledge and understand this position requires a Criminal Background Investigation. Optional & Required Documents Required Documents Optional Documents
City of Los Angeles
City Of Los Angeles, California, United States
DUTIES ANNUAL SALARY $139,520 to $203,997 and $147,141 to $215,126 NOTES : Candidates from the eligible list are normally appointed to vacancies in the lower pay grade positions. Annual salary is at the start of the pay range. The current salary range is subject to change. Please confirm the starting salary with the hiring department before accepting a job offer. A Chief of Airport Planning, under the general direction of senior management, directs, or assists in directing, the activities of professional and technical employees engaged in planning and development activities at the Los Angeles World Airports; applies sound supervisory principles and techniques in building and maintaining an effective workforce; fulfills equal employment opportunity responsibilities; and does related work. REQUIREMENT(S)/MINIMUM QUALIFICATION(S) Graduation from an accredited four-year college or university and a certification as a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Green Associate by the United States Green Building Council and four years of full-time paid professional experience in airport-related planning, design, architecture, transportation, engineering, environmental activities or construction projects, two years of which are in a position at the level of Civil Engineer or City Planner directing and/or supervising employees engaged in such work; or Graduation from an accredited four-year college or university with a degree in engineering, architecture, environmental studies, planning, or transportation and four years of full-time paid professional experience in airport-related planning, design, architecture, transportation, engineering, environmental activities or construction projects, two years of which are in a position at the level of Civil Engineer or City Planner directing and/or supervising employees engaged in such work. A graduate degree from an accredited college or university may be substituted for one year of the required experience. PROCESS NOTES Applicants who lack six months or less of the required experience may file for this examination. However, they cannot be appointed until the full experience requirement is met. Some positions may require a valid California driver’s license. Candidates may not be eligible for appointment to these positions if their record within the last 36 months reflects three or more moving violations and/or at-fault accidents, or a conviction of a major moving violation (such as DUI). For qualifying work experience gained outside of the City of Los Angeles, the term “professional experience” applies to positions that require possession of a degree from a recognized four-year college or university in order to obtain that position. Therefore, to be considered “professional,” non-City qualifying experience must be gained in positions after obtaining a four-year degree. To be at the level of a Civil Engineer requires a Professional Engineer license and four years of full-time paid professional engineering experience. To be at the level of City Planner requires a four-year degree from an accredited college or university with a major in urban planning or related field and four years of full-time paid professional city planning experience of increasing responsibilities. Please note that qualifying education must be from a college or university accredited by a City of Los Angeles recognized agency. A list of approved accrediting agencies can be found at http://per.lacity.org/Accredited%20Institutions%2008-21-08.pdf . Candidates completing the examination process will be contacted by the Personnel Department to provide required proof of qualifying degree. Applicants who wish to expedite this process may attach a copy of their transcripts or qualifying degree to their on-line application at the time of filing in the Attachments section. Applicants must list their school name and location, type of degree earned and major in the Education Section of the City application. Applicants who fail to provide this information on their application will not be considered further in this examination and their application will not be processed. Applicants wishing to substitute education for experience must attach a copy of their graduate degree or transcripts to their on-line application at the time of filing. The copy of the graduate degree or transcripts must be attached to the on-line application BEFORE the application is submitted. If the copy of the graduate degree or transcripts is attached AFTER the on-line application has been submitted, it will not be available to the City and applicants WILL NOT be credited with having submitted it. WHERE TO APPLY & APPLICATION DEADLINE Applications will only be accepted on-line. When you are viewing the on-line job bulletin of your choice, simply scroll to the top of the page and select the “Apply” icon. On-line job bulletins are also available at https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/lacity . NOTE : Applicants are urged to apply early to ensure you have time to resolve any technical issues you may encounter. APPLICATION DEADLINE Applications must be received by THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14, 2023 . In accordance with Civil Service Rule 4.2, all applicants who apply may not be tested in this examination. To meet anticipated hiring needs, only a limited number of qualified applicants will be invited to participate in the selection process in the following order: 1) Los Angeles City promotional applicants who meet the minimum requirements. You must have received a regular appointment to a City position or be on a reserve list to apply for this examination as a promotional candidate; 2) Applicants currently employed by the City of Los Angeles on a part-time or exempt basis who meet the minimum requirements; 3) Remaining applicants who meet the minimum requirements in sufficient numbers to meet hiring needs based on a random sampling of those qualified candidates. Applications submitted during the filing period may be kept on file in the event that additional applicants need to be tested to meet hiring needs. SELECTION PROCESS Examination Weight: Training and Experience Questionnaire: 100% The examination will consist entirely of an evaluation of training and experience, wherein candidates will be evaluated on their knowledge, experience, professional background, and personal qualifications and abilities. Emphasis will be placed on the following: principles, practices, and purposes of airport planning; airport planning theory related to transportation, land use entitlements and infrastructure; federal, state and local principles, practices, laws, and regulations applicable to airport planning and development, including those related to safety; fundamental principles and practices of supervision, including Equal Employment Opportunity; the ability to: maintain a work environment that enhances both employee morale and productivity; communicate effectively in writing; deal tactfully and effectively with staff, public officials, and members of the public; and other necessary knowledge, skills, and abilities. The Training and Experience Questionnaire will be administered on-line. Candidates invited to participate in the examination will receive an e-mail from the City of Los Angeles outlining the specific steps on how to complete the on-line Training and Experience Questionnaire. Candidates that do not complete the on-line Training and Experience Questionnaire as required will not be considered further in this examination. It is anticipated that the on-line Training and Experience Questionnaire will be administered during the period of JANUARY 22, 2024 to JANUARY 29, 2024. Training and Experience Questionnaires for all candidates who meet the minimum requirements, and in accordance with Civil Service Rule 4.2 as stated above, will be submitted to an expert review panel for evaluation. The expert review panel will assign a numeric score to each candidate based on an assessment of each candidate’s qualifications, as described on the candidate’s Training and Experience Questionnaire. Unsolicited supplemental information will not be submitted to the expert review panel. NOTES : As a covered entity under the Fair Employment and Housing Act and Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act, the City of Los Angeles does not discriminate on the basis of disability and upon request, will provide reasonable accommodations to ensure equal access to its programs, services, and activities. To request a disability accommodation, please complete the Disability Accommodation Form within 14 calendar days of the submittal of the City application. The Disability Accommodation Form can be obtained at http://per.lacity.org/exams/verify_disability.pdf . Applications are accepted subject to review to ensure that minimum qualifications are met. Candidates may be disqualified at any time if it is determined that they do not possess the minimum qualifications stated on this bulletin. Appointment to a position in this class is subject to a one-year probationary period under the provisions of Section 1011 of the Los Angeles City Charter. In conjunction with Civil Service Rules, applicants who have received a regular appointment to a City position or are on a reserve list will be considered Promotional candidates while all other applicants will be considered Open candidates. Promotional candidates will accrue seniority credit at the rate of 0.10 of a point for each year of continuous service in those City classes which provide qualifying experience for this position. A maximum of one point will be added to the score of those candidates. The promotional list will ordinarily be used ahead of the open competitive list. However, if open competitive candidates receive a higher score, without military credits, than the highest available promotional candidate, after adding seniority credit as indicated above, the Civil Service Commission, upon request of the appointing authority, may approve certification of such open competitive candidates ahead of the promotional candidates. A final average score of 70% or higher is required to be placed on the eligible list. In accordance with Civil Service Rule, Sec. 4.24, review periods may be combined. Candidates in the examination process may file protests as provided in Sec. 4.20, 4.22 and 4.23 as applicable and within the required time frame; however, the Personnel Department may respond to and resolve protests prior to the establishment of the eligible list. If in accordance with the Rule of Three Whole Scores all candidates are eligible for appointment consideration, the examination will consist entirely of an evaluation of the candidate’s City employment application by Personnel Department staff to ensure that the minimum qualifications have been met. For candidates seeking initial City employment, in accordance with Los Angeles City Ordinance 187134, information regarding COVID-19 vaccination requirements as conditions of employment may be found at: https://clkrep.lacity.org/onlinedocs/2021/21-0921_ord_187134_8-24-21.pdf . Notice : If you receive and accept an offer of employment to a regular position with the City of Los Angeles, your employee benefit coverage (including health and dental coverage as well as life insurance) will commence approximately six weeks after your original regular appointment. Not all positions in the City receive benefit coverage; you should inquire regarding the availability of employee benefits prior to accepting a position. All City employees are required to be Disaster Service Workers. THIS EXAMINATION IS TO BE GIVEN BOTH ON AN INTERDEPARTMENTAL PROMOTIONAL AND OPEN COMPETITIVE BASIS The City of Los Angeles does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, national origin, sex, age, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, disability, creed, color, ancestry, medical condition (cancer), or Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome. AN EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER For additional information and FAQs regarding the City's hiring process, please go to: https://per.lacity.org/faqs/employment-testing-process.html There are many things to consider in a new employer. Visit the following webpage to view benefits the City of Los Angeles offers its employees: http://per.lacity.org/bens/index.html Closing Date/Time: 12/14/2023 11:59 PM Pacific
CITY OF ORLANDO, FL
Orlando, Florida, United States
Description Who We Are Orlando, The City Beautiful For most of Orlando’s history we’ve been the place everyone wants to visit. Today, we’re also the place where everyone wants to live and do business. List after list has Orlando as one of the fastest growing cities in America. We’re transitioning from our role as the young upstart to a more mature, global city. This didn’t happen by accident. Together as a community, we developed a shared vision for our city focused on creating partnerships and we’ve transformed Orlando from a place that was packed with potential into a city on the rise. Our vision ensures we are an inclusive, compassionate community that is generating jobs, becoming the most sustainable city in the nation, keeping our community safe, making it easier to get around, and increasing the quality of life. Together, we can continue realizing all our city’s potential. Come be part of our community with the City of Orlando. Nature of Work: Performs advanced professional urban planning. Serves as a senior non-supervisory professional and technical person within a functional planning section for activities and operation involving land development, urban design and preservation, economic development, housing, neighborhood involvement and transportation planning. Manages, coordinates, and participates in the preparation and production of plans, graphics, code amendments, and projects addressing the economic, social, and physical needs of the city. Projects include feasibility studies for City initiated projects, site design studies, and 3D model exhibits. Manages, coordinates, and participates in the production of templates, infographics, dashboards, brochures, posters, interactive media, and other data visualization and communication tools that engage internal and external stakeholders. Work is performed under the general supervision of the Chief Planner and performance is reviewed through conferences and results obtained. Minimum Requirements Bachelor's degree in Urban Planning, Architecture, Landscape Architecture required , or related field and six (6) years of urban planning or related experience required. Or Bachelor’s degree in any field required , AICP certification required and six (6) years of urban planning or related experience required. Or Master’s degree in a related field required and four (4) years of urban planning or related experience required. Or or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience. A valid Florida Driver's License is r equired. Experience with CAD, GIS, Sketch-Up, Photoshop, Illustrator or comparable design software is preferred. AIA, ASLA or AICP Certification is preferred. Supplemental Information City of Orlando Benefits If this posting indicates a degree is required, the following experience will apply in lieu of any degree as follows: Two (2) years of direct experience for an associate degree; Four (4) years of direct experience for a bachelor's degree; Six (6) years of direct experience for a master's degree; or Nine (9) years of direct experience for a doctoral degree Closing Date/Time: 12/15/2023 5:00 PM Eastern
San Joaquin County, CA
Stockton, California, usa
Introduction This examination is being given to fill one vacancy in the Assessor-Recorder-County Clerk's Office 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. Pre-Employment Drug Screening and Background : Potential new hires into this classification are required to successfully pass a pre-employment drug screen and a background investigation as a condition of employment. Final appointment cannot be made unless the eligible has passed the drug screen and successfully completed the background process. The County pays for the initial drug screen. The following incentives and bonuses may be available for eligible new hires . Incentives and bonuses are subject to approval by Human Resources: Vacation Accrual Rate : San Joaquin County vacation accrual rate consistent with the candidate's total years of public service. Sick Leave : Candidates leaving other employment may receive credit for actual non-reimbursable sick leave hours (up to 160 hours) from their last agency. Hours shall be subject to San Joaquin County's minimum sick leave cash out provisions. New Hire Retention Bonus : $2,000 upon completion of first year equivalent employment (2,080 hours) $1,000 upon completion of third year equivalent employment (6,240 hours) $3,000 upon completion of sixth year equivalent employment (12,480 hours) 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 Provides advanced, specialized and complex professional duties support in the analysis, evaluation, design, programming, development, testing, implementation, documentation and maintenance of large and complex geographic information systems and applications across multiple platforms and technologies. Serves as resource and provides highly specialized support to maintain existing systems; assesses, reviews and conducts research on system operational problems and functionality; provides technical solutions to client on alternative information technology solutions. Provides highly complex support on geographic information systems applications development projects; analyzes business and functional requirements for new or enhanced applications; meets with users and management staff to ensure complete understanding of department requirements; analyzes current manual or computerized processes; analyzes inter-relationship between new tasks and existing applications; researches internal and external available resources; develops and presents cost-benefit analyses; performs quality assurance duties; makes recommendations on applications solutions. Evaluates and tests new or enhanced applications; installs or upgrades application software and hardware; troubleshoots hardware, software and database related problems; performs applications testing and documentation duties. Performs complex geographic information systems, network and applications programming duties; ensures data integrity and program structure and reliability are maintained. Performs a variety of complex analytical duties in planning, developing, installing, implementing, integrating, testing and evaluating geographic information systems networks; installs, configures and manages servers; evaluates network protocols, hardware and software to determine their applicability to geographic information system network needs; evaluates new applications to determine integration with current networks and systems; develops and coordinates the installation and maintenance of computers, circuits, data communications equipment, printers and other peripheral equipment. Investigates, analyzes and resolves complex network-related problems; resolves compatibility problems; troubleshoots network failures, router problems and telecommunications problems; recommends and implements changes and improvements. Monitors network security and performance; identifies unauthorized access and potential security risks; implements and administers security strategies; measures volume and performance of network traffic; identifies utilization and performance issues; recommends improvements to security and network performance. Plans, designs and implements relational databases; develops standards and strategies for maintaining database security; develops methodologies for importing and exporting GIS database information to and from external agencies and County departments. Writes documentation on new and enhanced geographic information system, network and applications including detailed description and functional capabilities; prepares and updates user materials and procedures manuals; creates technical documentation and instructional materials to assist clients in the use of system applications Supervises subordinate staff, including one or more professional GIS Analysts; plans, directs and coordinates staff work plans, projects and assignments; motivates, monitors and evaluates staff performance; reviews checks work products; arranges, coordinates and/or provides staff training; coordinates and recommends the selection of new staff as needed. Attends and participates in professional group meetings; stays abreast of new trends and innovations in the field of geographic information systems technology. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Note : Incumbents who, at the time that Classification Study #01-22 is adopted by the Board of Supervisors, occupy full-time Civil Service positions reclassified to this class by the study, shall be deemed to meet the requirements listed below. Either I Experience : Two years as a Senior Geographic Information Systems Analyst in San Joaquin County . Or II Education : Graduation from an accredited four-year college or university with major course work in geography, geographic information systems, computer science, information systems, economics, engineering, architecture, environmental science, mathematics, business administration, or a related field. Experience : Five years of increasingly responsible professional analytical computer and related systems work in a geographic information systems environment. Substitution #1 : Possession of an approved information systems technology certificate, or completion of an approved information systems training course may substitute for part or all of the required education. A list of approved certificates and/or courses shall be maintained within the Human Resources Department. Substitution #2 : Additional qualifying experience may substitute for the above-required education on a year-for-year basis to a maximum of two years. KNOWLEDGE Operations, services and activities of geographic information systems programs; operational characteristics and capabilities of specialized geographic information systems hardware and software; geographic information system standards and conventions; advanced principles and practices of applications development, programming and installation; advanced principles and practices of computer science and information systems; advanced methods and techniques of installing, configuring, troubleshooting and administering systems, network, applications, and databases; principles and practices of system security and client access to assigned applications; methods and techniques of using application design and development tools; operational characteristics of multiple operating system environments; a variety of complex application programming languages; operational characteristics of a variety of computer systems, networks and associated hardware, software, databases and related components; principles and practices of quality assurance; principles and practices of network and server administration; principles and practices of database maintenance and administration; relational database concepts; cartographic, drafting, demographic and statistical methods and standards; aerial photograph analysis concepts; methods and techniques of conducting research; methods and techniques of developing technical and training documentation; principles and practices of customer service; principles and practices of supervision and personnel administration; pertinent Federal, State and local codes, laws and regulations. ABILITY Provide advanced level support in the design, development and maintenance of geographic information systems, networks and applications; independently perform complex network and application design analysis and programming duties; analyze and resolve complex system, network and application problems using logical and methodical processes; design, implement, maintain and administer relational database management systems; convert and manipulate data; recommend, install, troubleshoot and upgrade systems, networks and applications; perform complex network and server administration duties; design training materials and conduct training programs; assess and analyze department technology resources and needs; design software to meet client needs; create and develop technical and training manuals or documentation; create maps and charts from multiple layers of data; supervise the work of subordinate staff, including GIS professionals; communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing; establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work. PHYSICAL/MENTAL REQUIREMENTS Mobility -Frequent use of data input devices; frequent sitting, standing or walking for long periods; occasional pushing/pulling, bending, squatting and crawling; driving; Lifting -Frequently 5-30 pounds; occasionally 70 pounds or less; Vision -Constant use of good overall vision; frequent reading/close-up work; occasional color, depth and peripheral vision; Dexterity -Frequent repetitive motion; frequent writing; frequent grasping, holding, reaching; Hearing/Talking -Frequent talking/hearing in person and on the telephone; Emotional/Psychological -Frequent decision-making and concentration; frequent public contact; occasional working alone, working nights and traveling; Environmental -Frequent exposure to noise. San Joaquin County complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and, upon request, will consider reasonable accommodations to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential job functions. 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 qualifying 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 $20 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. OnlineWritten Exams : Written exams may be administered online. Candidates will be notified of the examination date and will be responsible to complete the written exam within a given period of time (typically within five calendar days). Candidates are required to read the Online Exam Guide for Test Takers prior to taking an online written exam. The link to the guide is here: Online Exam Guide For Test Takers PLEASE NOTE: Online exams must be completed in one sitting and can only be taken once Candidates will have access to an online exam within the allotted time only A steady internet connection is highly recommended The allotted time will still continue if a candidate closes the window or gets disconnected Once the allotted time expires, access to the exam will be unavailable Microsoft is no longer supporting Internet Explorer . Therefore, it is recommended that candidates do not use Internet Explorer to complete online written exams. Candidates that do not have access to a computer can contact the Human Resources office at (209)468-3370 for information on accommodations. 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. 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: Continuous
City of Kansas City, MO
Kansas City, Missouri, United States
Full-time position available with the Public Works Department, Public Inspections Division located at 4721 Coal Mine Road Salary Range: $5,173-$7,759/month Normal Work Days/Hours: Monday-Friday, 7:30 a.m.-4:00 p.m. Application Deadline Date: December 18, 2023 Responsibilities Overseeing and managing daily operations of large capital projects. Managing engineering technician leads on large projects for inspection coverage. Ensuring construction work is completed according to City standards and specifications. Ensuring warrant inspections are performed before expiration. Consults with senior staff, consultants and contractors before, during and following project completion; prepares project inspection reports, maintains diaries, certifies material quantities for payment. Reviews and modifies plans and specifications for private contract work; prepares notices to contractors, proposals, contract papers, and related materials. Calculates costs and total project bid costs. Work areas are safe for public providing input to 3-1-1 Action Center requests. Responsible for snow removal on a residential snow route during winter months. Qualifications REQUIRES high school graduation and 9 years of experience in engineering drawing, mapping, automated mapping, geographical information systems (GIS) and equipment or computer aided drafting and design (CADD), engineering, land survey, or construction inspection or an acceptable combination of education and experience; OR high school graduation and 7 years of experience in engineering drawing, mapping, automated mapping, geographical information systems (GIS) and equipment or computer aided drafting and design (CADD), engineering, land survey, construction inspection and possession of a Level II Engineering Technology Certification in any Civil, Electrical or Mechanical discipline as issued by the National Institute for Certification in Engineering Technologies (NICET) or "Land Surveyor in Training" as issued by the Missouri Board for Architects, Professional Engineers, Professional Land Surveyors, and Professional Landscape Architects; OR high school graduation and possession of the Level IV Certification as "Engineering Technician (ET)" as issued by the National Institute for Certification in Engineering Technologies (NICET) or a Registered Land Surveyor's License as issued by the Missouri Board for Architects, Professional Engineers, Professional Land Surveyors, and Professional Landscape Architects. Must possess a valid state-issued driver's license in accordance with City of KCMO policies. Must pass a pre-employment drug screen and post-offer physical examination as prescribed by the City. Other Information URGENT!!! CRITICAL RECRUITMENT INFORMATION QUESTIONS REGARDING AVIATION POSITIONS SHOULD BE DIRECTED TO THE AVIATION DEPARTMENT AT 816-243-3010. Applications and/or resumes are evaluated on the information received by the application deadline. Please ensure that your application or resume clearly demonstrates how you meet the minimum qualifications for the position for which you are applying, this includes providing all relevant educational dates and a detailed description of relevant work experience, including months/years of employment. Applications and/or resumes may not be considered if information is incomplete. In order for a resume to be used in lieu of an application the resume must have been submitted online via the City's Applicant Tracking System. Positions requiring a high school diploma/GED certificate must be obtained from a school/program accredited by the Department of Education and recognized by the U.S. Secretary of Education. The minimum education requirement for positions that allow for experience equivalency for an accredited degree is a high school diploma. Unless otherwise specified, an accredited degree must be obtained from a college or university listed with the U.S. Department of Education and recognized by the U.S. Secretary of Education. For positions with a salary grade of EX6 or higher that require an accredited degree, qualifying professional experience must be obtained AFTER the accredited degree is obtained. Successful completion of a pre-employment criminal history/background check is required for all positions. Some positions require a post offer drug screen and/or physical. If appointed, non-residents must obtain residency inside Kansas City, Missouri's city limits within nine months. The City of KCMO is an equal opportunity employer that values diversity and inclusion in the workplace. The City is committed to providing a workplace environment for its employees and citizens free from discrimination based on race, color, sex (including pregnancy), national origin, religion, age, disability, marital status, genetic information, sexual orientation, or gender identity. For more information, please see our EEO Policy The City of KCMO is committed to working with and providing reasonable accommodations to individuals with disabilities. If you need a reasonable accommodation because of a disability for any part of the employment process, please call 816-513-1908 or send an e-mail to email@example.com . If claiming military veterans' preference points, you must attach a copy of your DD-214 or a DD-256 (for reservists). To claim veterans' points you must have served 180 days of regular active duty service and be discharged or released under honorable conditions during peacetimes or 90 days of active duty service, one (1) day during "wartime" and a last discharge or release under honorable conditions. (DOD) 38 U.S. Code • 4211).
CHARLESTON COUNTY, SC
North Charleston, SC, United States
Description This position requires the ability to quickly learn the permitting process, including how to use the County's permitting and mapping software. The successful applicant must be well organized, customer service oriented, able to work as a productive member of a larger team, possess extremely good technical and nontechnical communication skills; and possess research capabilities. Hiring Range: $33,820 - $44,324 (Estimated Annual Salary) OPEN UNTIL FILLED - APPLICATION REVIEW BEGINS IMMEDIATELY, 4/30/2024. Duties and Responsibilities This position performs a variety of general clerical and administrative duties for the Planning and Zoning Department that enables the department to serve citizens effectively and efficiently. Duties include, but are not limited to: providing administrative support for the permitting front counter; answering telephone calls and responding to emails; receiving and greeting visitors to the department/office and providing information to or referring callers and visitors to appropriate personnel; performing data entry functions; copying forms and packets and distributing them to customers as requested; filing permits as needed; responding to citizen questions and comments in a courteous and timely manner; communicating and coordinating effectively with others; assisting department and County staff as required; and participating in the Emergency Operations Center when activated. This position is also responsible for helping the public with applying for and obtaining zoning permits. Minimum Qualifications Minimum Education - Position requires a high school diploma (or GED), supplemented with two (2) or more years work experience in a related field or any equivalent combination of experience and training which provides the knowledge, skills and abilities necessary to perform the work. Minimum Qualification - Experience and knowledge of engineering, surveying and construction terminology as well as working knowledge with deeds, plats and mapping. The ability to perform work with speed, accuracy, and attention to detail while effectively communicate with the public is essential. Must have a minimum of 2 years of experience in zoning/planning or a related field, or any equivalent combination of experience and training, which provides the knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary to perform the work. Must have a valid driver's license with the ability to obtain a South Carolina license upon acceptance of the position is required. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities The successful applicant must also have relevant experience and possess direct administrative knowledge including expertise utilizing Microsoft Excel, Word, and Outlook software. This position requires the ability to interact well with staff, other agencies, and the public; and be knowledgeable regarding federal, state, and local zoning and planning laws, regulations, policies, and procedures that are relevant to the work area. Knowledge of deeds, plats, mapping systems, permitting software, the County tax map system, and FEMA Flood Hazard Base maps is preferred. This position requires the ability to work independently with minimal supervision while performing a wide variety of duties and responsibilities with accuracy and speed under the pressure of a multi-line phone system.Closing Date/Time:
CITY OF EL PASO, TX
El Paso, Texas, United States
Requirements MOS Code: None Education and Experience : A Bachelor's degree or higher in business or public administration, English, social/behavioral science, or related field. Licenses and Certificates : Some positions may require Texas Class "C" Driver's License or equivalent from another state. General Purpose Under general supervision, research, develop and implement grant projects in area of assignment. Typical Duties Conduct research and provide technical assistance and documentation on grant planning. Involves: Research grant opportunities and other funding sources available utilizing the Internet, grant foundation publications and contacts. Write grants in collaboration with other non-profit agencies and governmental entities. Work with citizens to apply for grants, develop grassroots community organizations and provide staff support as required. Prepare statistical information. Develop comprehensive documents for reporting on grant funding activities, including assisting in the preparation of reports to federal agencies and long-term planning documents. Consult with others in department or within the City to determine applicability of grant. Coordinate information between departments and agencies regarding grant information and status. Plan and conduct preparation and distribution of grant funds. Involves: Develop request for proposals. Provide technical assistance to prospective applicants, including general grant writing training. Receive applications, make recommendations for improvement, determine eligibility and conduct staff reviews to make recommendations to oversight committees. Assist committees including schedule meetings, prepare agendas and provide staff support. Prepare grant proposals and assist in program or project monitoring. Involves: Review and research application materials to obtain pertinent information. Develop grant proposal. Establish objectives for grant. Develop plans to implement grant or funding programs, activities or services. Communicate program requirements and procedures necessary to obtain and/or retain funding. Prepare or assist in preparation of grant reporting requirements. Direct and monitor grant program activities and evaluate results. Attend funded projects to evaluate objectives. Ensure deadlines are met in providing information to obtain funding. Track disbursements of grant funds. Coordinate, project and contract implementation, monitor budgets, conduct formal land acquisition proceedings, analyze budgets, change orders or scope changes. Review construction plans and estimates for compliance with project scope, contracts and regulations. General Information For complete job description, click here. Test information: An evaluation of education and experience will be conducted on qualified applicants. Note: Current opening is at the Police Department. However, this eligible list could be used to fill positions located in other City departments. Note: Applicants with a foreign degree must have all relevant documents translated and evaluated by a College, University, or Credentials Evaluation Services Department prior to submitting them to the Human Resources Department. Note: Applicants are encouraged to apply immediately. This position will close when a preset number of qualified applications have been received. A résumé and/or other documents will not be accepted in lieu of a completed application. Comments such as “See résumé” are not acceptable and will result in the application being considered incomplete. To qualify for this position, required education, experience, knowledge and skills must be clearly stated on your application’s employment history. We do not use any information on your resume to review if you meet the minimum qualifications for this position. Failure to fully detail all experience and job duties in the application, or copying/pasting directly from the job specification, or responses referring to your résumé will eliminate you from consideration for the position. BENEFITS LIFE AND HEALTH INSURANCE Every regular, full-time employee who is paid by the City, shall be entitled to receive group life, accidental death and dismemberment insurance, health insurance coverage as provided by the City. Employees shall be eligible for enrollment during the City's designated enrollment period. (Amended 08/28/07) Employees shall have the option of membership in a qualified health maintenance organization (HMO) as an alternative to health insurance coverage. Should an employee opt for HMO membership, the City shall contribute to the HMO an amount equal to the health insurance premium the City would have otherwise been obligated to pay on the employee's health insurance coverage. Any difference between the amount the City contributes and the cost of HMO membership shall be deducted from the employee's paycheck and forwarded to the HMO. ELIGIBILITY FOR VACATION LEAVE All regular employees who are regularly scheduled to work on an average, a minimum of twenty (20) hours per week, who have held a position in the City Service for a period of six months from date of employment, shall be eligible for vacation allowance as hereinafter set forth. Part-time employees shall accrue vacation leave at a pro-rated amount of full-time entitlement based on the number of hours that they are scheduled to work. Employees covered by collective bargaining agreements shall accrue vacation as provided in the applicable agreement. Regular employees in the City Service shall accrue vacation credit at the following rates per pay period, calculated from the date of employment of each employee: For 0 - 5 years of service (12 days): 40 hour per week employees - 3.70 hours per biweekly pay period For >5 to 15 years of service (17 days): 40 hour per week employees - 5.24 hours per biweekly pay period For >15 or more years of service (20 days): 40 hour per week employees - 6.16 hours per biweekly pay period SICK LEAVE WITH PAY Employees shall be entitled to accrue sick leave with pay in accordance with the Rules of the Civil Service Commission. ACCIDENT WITH PAY LEAVE The Amended Section 4.4 of the Ordinance shall become effective upon adoption and shall apply to occupational injuries and occupational diseases occurring on and after date of adoption. Occupational injuries and occupational diseases occurring before such date will be governed by the Ordinance in effect at the time of the date of injury or disease. PREGNANCY LEAVE A) Pregnancy shall be treated the same as any other temporary physical disability. B) An employee on pregnancy leave shall use accumulated and unused regular sick leave time and then (unless granted use of special sick leave) shall be on leave without pay, unless the employee chooses to use any accumulated and unused annual leave. C) An employee going on pregnancy leave shall give written notice to her department head with appropriate medical verification. Before returning to work from pregnancy leave, the individual will provide appropriate medical documentation releasing the employee to return to work, as is required for any individual who has been on leave for a temporary physical disability. LEGAL HOLIDAYS The following days are hereby declared legal holidays for all the City departments, provided that the provisions of this section shall not apply to members of the Fire Department whose duties are to prevent or extinguish fires, or to members of the Police Department whose duties are those of law enforcement: (Amended 10/03/95) 1.First day of January (New Year's Day) 2.Third Monday in January (Martin Luther King Holiday) 3. Thirty-first day in March(Cesar Chavez Day) 4.Last Monday in May (Memorial Day) 5. June 19 (Juneteenth) 6.Fourth day of July (Independence Day) 7.First Monday in September (Labor Day) 8. Eleventh Day in November (Veteran's Day) 9.Fourth Thursday in November (Thanksgiving Day) 10. The Friday following the fourth Thursdayin November (Day after Thanksgiving) 11.Twenty-fifth Day in December (Christmas Day) 12.Employee's Birthday In addition to the above days, the following days are also declared to be legal holidays:1. Any day designated as a holiday by City Council.2. When any legal holiday falls on a Saturday, the preceding Friday shall be considered a legal holiday.3. When any legal holiday falls on a Sunday, the following business day shall be considered a legal holiday. Closing Date/Time: 12/5/2023 11:59 PM Mountain
SAN BENITO COUNTY, CA
Hollister, CA, USA
Description THIS POSTING WILL REMAIN OPEN UNTIL FILLED AND MAY CLOSE AT ANYTIME. DEADLINE FOR FIRST APPLICATION REVIEW IS MONDAY, NOVEMBER 27TH. I Under general direction, to learn and perform a variety of data gathering and analysis in the planning, design, coordination, and implementation of the Regional Transit Plan; to assist with the development of Transportation policies and programs; interprets and prepare reports addressing transportation related needs; and to do related work as required. II Under general direction, to perform a variety of data gathering and analysis in the planning, design, coordination, and implementation of the Regional Transit Plan; to assist with the development of Transportation policies and programs; interprets and prepare reports addressing transportation related needs; and to do related work as required. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS I This is the entry and first working level in the Transportation Planner class series. Incumbents are responsible for assisting with the development, implementation, and administration of the Regional Transit Plan and services. Many assignments are performed in a training and learning capacity, with assignments performed on a more independent level as job knowledge and skills are developed. When the requisite background has been obtained and sound work skills have been demonstrated an employee may be promoted to Transportation Planner II II This is the experienced, journey level in the Transportation Planner class series. Incumbents are responsible for assisting with the development, implementation, and administration of the Regional Transit Plan and services. REPORTS TO Executive Officer - Council of Governments CLASSIFICATIONS SUPERVISED I This is not a supervisory classification. II May provide some lead direction for the Transit Services Operations Coordinator. TYPICAL PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS Sit for extended periods; frequently stand and walk; normal manual dexterity and eye-hand coordination; lift and move objects weighing up to 25 lbs.; corrected hearing and vision to normal range; verbal communication; use of office equipment, including computer, telephone, calculator, copiers, and FAX. TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS Work is performed in an office environment; continuous contact with the public, other staff, and other government agencies. Example of Duties EXAMPLES OF IMPORTANT AND ESSENTIAL DUTIES (The following is used as a partial description and is not restrictive as to duties required.) [The following assignments are performed in a training and learning capacity with the expectation that an incumbent will continually develop job knowledge and skills]: I Performs professional staff work in assisting with the biannual update of SBCOG's Regional Transit Plan including transportation administration; performs a variety of planning activities required by the Transportation Development Act; performs a variety of data gathering, analysis, and development of Regional Transportation plans; serves as staff for boards and commissions which have transportation responsibilities; assists with oversight and administration of Transportation Trust Fund accounts in accordance with appropriate laws and guidelines; researches and develops policies recommendations for transportation services; develops grant applications and administers grant funds; may develop bus routes and schedules; assists with the development of specifications for new vehicle purchases; gathers requisite information and prepares required reports for State and Federal agencies; authors technical reports and recommendation for management and the Board; assists with the development of annual work plans for the Regional Transportation Planning Agency including project programming; represents SBCOG in planning, services, and operations with the public, community organizations and other government agencies. II Performs professional staff work in assisting with the biannual update of SBCOG's Regional Transit Plan including transportation administration. Performs a variety of planning activities required by the Transportation Development Act Performs a variety of data gathering, analysis, and development of Regional Transportation plans Assists with oversight and administration of Transportation Trust Fund accounts in accordance with appropriate laws and guidelines Researches and develops policies recommendations for transportation services Develops grant applications and administers grant funds May develop bus routes and schedules Assists with the development of specifications for new vehicle purchases Gathers requisite information and prepares required reports for State and Federal agencies Authors technical reports and recommendation for the staff, management, the Board and member jurisdictions; Assists with the development of annual work plans for the Regional Transportation Planning Agency including project programming; Represents SBCOG in planning, services, and operations with the public, community organizations and other government agencies Minimum Qualifications Training and Experience: Any combination of training and experience which would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the required knowledge and abilities would be: I Some previous work experience in transportation operations and planning is desirable. Education equivalent to graduation from an accredited college or university with major work in planning, or a closely related field, is highly desirable. II Two years of responsible work experience in transportation operations and planning comparable to that of a Transportation Planner I in San Benito County. Education equivalent to graduation from an accredited college or university with major work in planning, or a closely related field, is highly desirable. Special Requirements: I/II Possession of, or ability to obtain, an appropriate valid California Driver's License. Knowledge Of/Ability To Knowledge of: I Transportation System planning and operations. Research and data organization methods and procedures. Fiscal planning and control. Grant development and administration. Computer equipment and software used in transportation planning. II Transportation System planning and operations. Laws, rules, regulations, and policies affecting the development, operations, and services of regional transit systems. Research and data organization methods and procedures. Fiscal planning and control. Grant development and administration. Computer equipment and software used in transportation planning. Project planning, development, and coordination. Ability to: I Learn and perform a variety of transportation planning and administration. Analyze and evaluate transportation systems and plans, researching and gathering a variety of data and information. Perform fiscal analysis and administration. Develop and administer grants. Prepare a variety of concise and comprehensive reports. Effective communicate both orally and in writing. Use computerized management information systems. Effectively represent SBCOG transportation planning and associated boards and commissions in contacts with the public, community organizations, and representatives of other government agencies. Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships. II Perform a variety of transportation planning and administration. Analyze and evaluate transportation systems and plans, researching and gathering a variety of data and information. Perform fiscal analysis and administration. Develop and administer grants. Prepare a variety of concise and comprehensive reports. Effectively communicate both orally and in writing. Use computerized management information systems. Effectively represent County transportation planning and associated boards and commissions in contacts with the public, community organizations, and representatives of other government agencies. Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships. In accordance with California Government Code section 3100, et., seq., all County of San Benito employees are considered disaster service workers who may be required to report for duty, or remain on duty to address disaster service activities in the event of an emergency or disaster and are required to undertake an applicable loyalty oath. SAN BENITO COUNTY BENEFITS Employees in regular, full-time positions will be eligible to participate in the following employee benefits: Pay Day: Employees are paid bi-weekly. Insurance Deductions: The insurance and benefits deductions will take place bi-monthly, normally the first two pay periods of the month. Bank/Credit union and 457 Retirement Deferrals deductions will take place bi-weekly. Vacation: Based on continued years of service. Maximum accruals may apply depending on the bargaining unit. 5 to 9 years of service = 15 days per year 10 to 14 years of service = 18 days per year 15 + years of service = 20 days per year Administrative Leave: Management employees receive 80 hours of administrative leave per calendar year. Forty (40) unused hours can be paid out at the end of the calendar year. Administrative leave is pro-rated. Holidays: 13.5 holidays (including 3 floating) for most employees. Safety officers and dispatchers receive approximately 5% holiday pay in addition to their base pay in lieu of paid holidays off. Sick Leave: 15 days per year. Maximum accruals apply. Health Plan: Comprehensive medical and dental plans available for full-time employees. Employees appointed to a regular position at a time base of 50% or higher are also eligible to participate. Vision Plan: MES Vision Plan offered which offers exams, frames and lenses on a 12-24-24 basis. The County pays for employee coverage and the employee can pay for dependent coverage. This benefit is available to FULL-TIME employees only. Employee Assistance Program: The County provides confidential short-term counseling services to employees and dependents. Any regular employee is eligible for up to a total of three (3) hours of counseling sessions within any six (6) month period per County employee. Up to a maximum of six (6) sessions per calendar year are allowed per family Life Insurance/AD&D: County pays for a $20,000 BASIC life insurance policy for each employee. Two other VOLUNTARY life insurance plans available, including AD&D. Disability Insurance: General, Confidential and Management groups participate in the State Disability Insurance. Credit Union: Membership to the Santa Clara Federal Credit Union is available to San Benito County employees. Deferred Compensation: Employees may participate in tax-deferred retirement savings. Three 457 plans are available. Employees may rollover funds from prior 401k or 457 accounts. IRS limits apply. Retirement: Regular employees will be enrolled into the CalPERS retirement system in accordance with the Public Employees' Retirement Law. Employee contributions vary according to bargaining unit. All New Miscellaneous (non-Safety) employees enrolled into the CalPERS retirement system participate in the full formula of 2% at 62. Miscellaneous employees participate in Social Security in addition to CalPERS. New Safety employees are covered by the safety full formula 2.7% at 57. Safety employees contribute 9% of the employee contribution. Safety employees do not participate in Social Security. Supplemental Insurance: Employees may participate in various AFLAC plans such as accident, disability, and cancer insurances. Additionaly, employees can enroll into a pre-tax cafeteria plan and flexible spending accounts including Unreimbursed Medical ($2500) and Dependent Care ($5000). Health, Dental and Vision Insurance Retirement Formula Local MISC 2% @ 62 for New PERS Members Social Security (non-safety) Vacation Based on Continued Years of Service Sick Leave 15 Days Annually Floating Holiday 457 Deferred Compensation Credit Union Flexible Spending Account Employee Assistance Program Group Life Insurance Additional Optional Life Insurances & AD&D Tuition Reimbursement 01 Please be sure to answer the supplemental questions thoroughly and accurately. Applicants are responsible for clearly, completely, and accurately identifying their qualifications. Your responses to the questions must be supported by both the work experience listed on your application as well as your resume. The rating of the supplemental questions may determine your application status and/or rank on the eligible list. Answers such as "see resume" or "see above" will remove you from consideration. I have read and understand the statement above concerning submission of supplemental questionnaire responses. Yes No 02 I understand all County employees will be required to take an Oath of Office and will be called upon to act as Disaster Service Workers, when needed. Yes 03 Tell us how your previous experience aligns with transportation planning and why you want to join our organization. 04 Describe how your education prepared you for the position you are applying to. 05 Describe an idea or innovation you implemented in your previous position. 06 How do you go about organizing and accomplishing your long-term work-related goals on a daily basis? 07 What is your level of knowledge and comfort with the MS Office Suite? Required Question Closing Date/Time: Continuous
6000 J Street, Sacramento, CA 95819, USA
Description: Working Title: Development Associate Classification Title: Administrative Analyst/Specialist - Exempt II Posting Details Priority Application Date (Posting will remain open until filled): December 13, 2023 @ 11:55pm PT Hiring Preference Eligible on-campus applicants in California State University Employees Union (CSUEU) Bargaining Units 2,5,7, and 9 will be given first consideration in the recruitment. Position Summary Under the general direction of the Associate Vice President for Development (AVP), the Development Associate provides complex Development support to the Associate Vice President and raises philanthropic funds for the university’s mission through individual and annual giving, corporate and foundation support, and other fundraising avenues. Development Associate assists the AVP in the overall implementation of the Development plan and is assigned to fundraising initiatives to secure gifts up to $24,999. The Development Associate assists with donor tours, planning and implementing events, meetings, and stewardship activities, and assists with writing of donor materials. Incumbent also assists with staffing special events and donor/prospect engagement opportunities that support University Advancement goals and campus-wide initiatives. FLSA : Exempt (Not-eligible for overtime compensation). Anticipated Hiring Range : $5,022 - $6,000 per month CSU Classification Salary Range : $5,022 - $9,083 per month Best-in-class Benefits : Click here to learn more CSU Total Compensation : Click here to learn more Salary Grade/Range : 3 Recruitment Type : Regular (Probationary) Time Base : Full-Time Pay Plan : 12 months Work Hours : Monday through Friday, 8am to 5pm, other hours as required. Department Information University Development’s mission is to raise philanthropic support for the University’s strategic goals. In partnership with the campus community and through the building of relationships with alumni, friends, students and many others, University Development secures private donations through major and planned gifts, corporate and foundation support, and in-kind gifts. University Development’s efforts in securing private fundraising support yields an unparalleled return on investment for many benefactors, creating deep and lasting ties to the University and especially to the students we serve. Minimum Qualifications Entry to this classification requires general knowledge and skills in the applicable administrative and/or program field with a foundational knowledge of public administration principles, practices, and methods. This foundation would normally be obtained through a bachelor's degree and/or equivalent training and administrative work experience involving study, analysis, and/or evaluation leading to the development or improvement of administrative policies, procedures, practices, or programs. Required Qualifications Bachelor’s degree from an accredited university and/or equivalent training and administrative work experience. Experience in providing administrative and analytic support, including writing assignments of Development documents. Ability to prepare outreach/fundraising materials, such as letters and proposals, for donors/potential clients. Ability to oversee the day-to-day operations of a program or functional area including providing lead work direction to other professional staff. Experience in planning and implementing special events and/or activities. Strong interpersonal skills, particularly the ability to work with a diverse constituency, both internal and external to the University. Outstanding organizational and time management skills with the ability to coordinate multiple, simultaneous projects, and meet strict deadlines while producing accurate, detail-oriented results. Ability to work independently and as a member of a team. Proficiency in Microsoft Office software with advanced skills in Microsoft Word, Outlook, Excel, PowerPoint, and Teams. Ability to effectively manage time, setting goals and priorities while meeting established target dates. Ability to carry out a variety of professionally complex assignment, exercising sound judgement, political skill, and discretion. Commitment to maintaining a welcoming and inclusive work environment with diverse colleagues and constituents including faculty, students, staff, and members of the community Work Schedule Requirements: Ability to work evening, weekend, and on-call responsibilities, as needed. Conditions of Employment: Ability to pass a background check. Preferred Qualifications Experience in working in a university, nonprofit, or sales industry, individually or as a member of a team, and achieving fundraising/sales goals, including setting priorities and monitoring/tracking progress. Proven ability to raise funds from individuals for gifts $5,000 and above. Proven ability to secure corporate and/or foundation gifts of $5,000 and above. Knowledge of gift and/or accounting systems (Advance, Blackbaud, CMS, CFS). Required Licenses/Certifications Possession and maintenance of valid state driver's license and a safe driving record. Documents Needed to Apply Resume Cover letter Failure to upload the required documentation may result in disqualification. As part of your application, you will be prompted to respond to the following Diversity Statement: Sac State holds diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) in its core values. Please share how you would implement DEI in this position, and how these values have impacted your past work experiences. About Sacramento State Sacramento State is located in the heart of California’s capital city, five miles from State Capitol. The lush, 300-acre campus is situated along the American River, close to numerous bike trails and other recreational areas. Sacramento, also known as the “Farm-to-Fork Capital,” is one of the most ethnically diverse and livable cities in the country, with a population of half of a million. Sacramento State is a Hispanic and AANAPISI serving institution with about 31,000 students coming not only from the Greater Sacramento Region, but also from across the state, country, and world. Our 1,800 faculty and 1,500 staff are committed to meeting our mission: “As California’s capital university, we transform lives by preparing students to lead, serve, and succeed. Sacramento State will be a welcoming, caring, and inclusive leader in education, innovation, and engagement.” As the regional hub of higher education, Sacramento State is dedicated to learning and student success ; teaching, research, scholarship and creative activity ; justice, diversity, equity and inclusion ; resource development and sustainability ; dedicated community engagement , and wellness and safety . As evidenced by the values embedded in our Hornet Honor Code , Sacramento State is committed to creating an inclusive environment where all faculty, staff, students, and guests are welcome and valued. Our commitment is more than simply ensuring that our campus is free from bias and discrimination, but is one devoted to celebrating many diverse identities, life experiences, and perspectives that enrich our community, teaching and learning. To learn more about why you should join the Hornet Family, please visit the Why Sac State? page. Equal Employment Opportunity California State University, Sacramento is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer and has a strong institutional commitment to the principle of diversity in all areas. We consider qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, age, sex, gender identity/expression, sexual orientation, pregnancy, genetic information, medical condition, marital status, veteran status, or disability. Sacramento State hires only those individuals who are lawfully authorized to accept employment in the United States. It is the policy of California State University, Sacramento to provide reasonable accommodations for qualified persons with disabilities who are employees or applicants for employment. If you need a disability related reasonable accommodation as part of the application and/or interviewing process, visit https://www.csus.edu/administration-business-affairs/human-resources/benefits/reasonable-accomodation.html . The University is committed to creating an education and working environment free from discrimination, sexual harassment, sexual violence, domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking. For more information on mandatory training for new employees, visit https://www.csus.edu/administration-business-affairs/human-resources/learning-development/csu-learn.html . Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Crime Statistics Act and Campus Fire Safety Right-To-know Act Notification: Pursuant to the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act, the current Annual Security Report (ASR) is available for viewing at https://www.csus.edu/clery . The ASR contains the current security and safety-related policy statements, emergency preparedness and evacuation information, crime prevention and sexual assault prevention information, and drug and alcohol prevention programming. The ASR also contains statistics of Clery Act crimes for Sacramento State for the last three (3) calendar years. Paper copies are available upon request at the Police Service Center located in the University Union. Background Check Disclaimer A background check (including a criminal records check) must be completed satisfactorily before any candidate can be offered a position with California State University, Sacramento. Failure to satisfactorily complete the background check may affect the application status of applicants or continued employment of current California State University, Sacramento employees who apply for the position. COVID19 Vaccination Policy Effective May 2023, per the CSU COVID-19 Vaccination Policy , it is strongly recommended that all California State University, Sacramento employees who are accessing office and campus facilities follow COVID-19 vaccine recommendations adopted by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) applicable to their age, medical condition, and other relevant indications. Out of State Employment Sacramento State University, as part of the CSU system, is a State of California Employer. As such, the University requires all employees (up)on date of hire to reside in the State of California. As of January 1, 2022 the CSU Out-of-State Employment Policy prohibits the hiring of employees to perform CSU-related work outside the state of California. Eligibility Verification Candidate will be required to provide official transcripts of their highest degree earned and must furnish proof of eligibility to work in the U.S. California State University, Sacramento is not a sponsoring agency for staff and management positions (ie. H-1-B Visa). Note to Applicants: Possession of the minimum qualifications does not guarantee an interview unless required by collective bargaining agreement. Closing Date/Time: Open until filled
City of McKinney, TX
McKinney, Texas, United States
Summary WORKING FOR THE CITY OF MCKINNEY Working for the City of McKinney is more than a job. It is an opportunity to make a meaningful difference in the lives of others. It is also an opportunity to have a hand in the development of one of the fastest growing communities in the nation. In 2014, our community was named “The #1 Best Place to Live in America.” Although proud of that honor, everyone on our team is committed to making McKinney an even better place to live, work and raise a family. That’s why we exist. OUR CORE VALUES City of McKinney employees work hard and at a very fast pace. However, we also look after and support one another. All of us are guided by four employee-inspired values - Respect, Integrity, Service, and Excellence (RISE). We are also supported by servant-based leaders who foster and support a healthy, family-oriented culture. All new employees are expected to embrace and live by our core values and commit to helping us sustain our exceptional work environment as a high performance organization (HPO). SUMMARY OF POSITION Under general supervision by the Parks Planning Manager, the purpose of the position is to manage and assist in the design, construction and implementation of the Parks CIP Program including parks, trails, park facilities and streetscape projects; select consultants and contractors; apply for and manage various grants; review and analyze current planning proposals for compliance with Parkland Dedication, Trails Plan and Median Escrow and advise developers, property owners and the public through the development process; perform administrative and technical support to the Division Manager. Performs other work as assigned. Essential Functions/Knowledge, Skills, & Abilities ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Manages the design and construction of various Parks CIP projects from small scale trail projects to larger community parks. Manages and coordinates the activities of engineers, architects, landscape architects, surveyors and other consultants in the preparation of construction documents and contracts for parks and recreation construction projects. Prepares construction plan reviews; serves as technical liaison between consultants and City departments for the design development of parks and recreation projects. Holds construction meetings with contractors; meet with contractors to interpret construction documents; coordinate and conduct meetings with building and construction professionals to address matters relating to inspections; provide technical guidance and interpretations; ensure compliance with city and industry standards, procedures, and regulations. Prepares various inspection reports as required; reviews pay applications, change orders, RFI’s, maintains files and reports regarding inspection and plan check activities and findings; maintains project files and construction drawings. Reviews incoming plans for new projects and as-built plans after project is completed. Prepares a variety of reports and provides periodic updates regarding the status of assigned capital construction projects to City Council, City Management, and the general public. Prepares graphics and computer-generated mapping documents: prepares graphics for use in public presentations; utilizes computerized design programs such as Adobe, computer aided design (CAD), and geographical information system (GIS). Creates, analyzes, and maintains a variety of geographical information system (GIS) databases, documentation, information, and map layers. Represents the Department on the Development Review Committee as needed in the review of plats, site plans, zonings, general development plans, etc. for compliance with the Parkland Dedication Ordinance, Hike and Bike Trail Master Plan and Median Escrow Collection. Serves as the primary point of contact on park related development agreements and is responsible for managing, drafting, and implementing them as applicable. Resolves citizen and developer complaints and questions. Complies with all city policies and procedures. Adheres to assigned work schedule as outlined in City and department attendance policies and procedures. Drives vehicle to meetings, trainings, and job sites. OTHER JOB FUNCTIONS: Perform other duties as assigned or directed. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, ABILITIES, AND BEHAVIORS Ability to embrace and embody the City’s core values of Respect, Integrity, Service, and Excellence (R.I.S.E.). Ability to communicate effectively with peers, supervisors, subordinates, and people to whom service is provided. Ability to produce desired work outcomes, including quality, quantity, and timeliness. Ability to plan and organize work, time, and resources, and if applicable, that of subordinates. Knowledge of current word processing, presentation, spreadsheet, and database programs used by the City. Working knowledge of engineering, landscape architecture, planning and design principles and construction practices. Skill to pay attention to detail in dealing with numbers, words, and ideas. Skill to actively listen to what other people are saying and ask questions as appropriate. Skill to identify problems and review related information to develop and evaluate options and implement solutions. Skill to find ways to structure or classify multiple pieces of information. Skill to research, analyze, and compile data and prepare concise documents. Skill to read and interpret a variety of planning documents, including blueprints and schematics. Skill to interpret and apply applicable laws, codes, rules, regulations, and design standards. Skill to build professional relationships with others including internal and external customers. Skill to manage time wisely to complete assignments on time: time management. Skill to communicate information and ideas in writing so others will understand, including routine reports, correspondence, and pre-set formats: written expression. Skill to listen to and understand information and ideas presented through spoken words and sentences: oral comprehension. Skill to operate a motor vehicle, personal computer, general office equipment, drafting instruments, or other equipment as necessary to complete essential functions, to include the use of word processing, spreadsheet, database, Adobe, computer aided design (CAD), geographical information system (GIS), email, Internet, or other computer programs. Skill to analyze project needs and determine resources needed to meet objectives. Skill to provide guidance, assistance, and/or interpretation to others on how to apply procedures and standards to specific situations. Ability to work as a team, contribute as a team member, treat others with respect. Required Qualifications MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Any work related experience resulting in acceptable proficiency levels in the above Minimum Qualifications may be an acceptable substitute for the above specified education and experience requirements. Bachelor’s degree in Landscape Architecture, Planning, Public Administration, Public Construction Management, Architecture, Engineering or closely related field AND two (2) years of relevant experience. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS Licensed Landscape Architect desirable. CPRP or other professional certification. CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT Must pass a drug screen and background check. Must have Class C Texas Driver’s License. Physical Demands/Supplemental PHYSICAL DEMANDS Tasks involve the ability to exert light physical effort in sedentary to light work, which may involve some lifting, carrying, pushing and/or pulling of objects and materials of light weight (25 pounds). Task may involve extended periods of time at a keyboard or work station. Other task may involve exposure to outdoor elements such as rain, cold, heat and wind, etc. WORK ENVIRONMENT Tasks may require exposure to outdoor weather conditions; wet or humid conditions (non-weather); working near moving mechanical parts; contact with fumes or airborne particles less than one-third of the time. The above statements describe the general nature and level of work being performed as of the date of preparation and approval. They are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of the position. Employees holding this position will be required to perform any other job-related duties as requested by management. The job description does not constitute an employment agreement between the employer and employee, and all requirements are subject to possible modification to reasonably accommodate individuals with disabilities. The City of McKinney is an equal opportunity employer (EOE) committed to an alcohol / drug free workplace and to providing equal opportunities regardless of age, race, color, gender, religion, national origin, marital status, veteran status, disability or any other legally protected status. The City offers a full complement of benefits: Health Insurance Medical, Dental, Vision Insurance Health Savings Account (HSA), Flexible Spending Medical and Childcare Account (FSA) Mental Health Care and Employee Assistance Program (EAP) City-paid and VoluntaryLifeInsurance City-paid and VoluntaryLong Term Disability Insurance Supplemental Insurance through Aflac Additional Benefits Legal Services through Legal Shield Tuition Reimbursement (up to $10,000 per year) Wellness Program (earn up to $600 per year) Retirement Texas Municipal Retirement System (TMRS) Mandatory 7% employee contribution City match 2:1 5 year vesting Retire after 20 years of serivce, or age 60 with 5 years of service 457(b) Deferred Compensation Plans Paid Time Off (PTO) Paid Vacation (80 hours per year for new hires; tieredincreases after 2 yrs) Sick Leave (135 hours per year for yourself and immediate family) Ten Paid Holidays Personal Day Optional compensatory time for hourly employees For more detailed information, please see the City of McKinney's summary of benefits . Closing Date/Time: 12/13/2023 5:00 PM Central
Oakland, California, United States
Ride BART to a satisfying career that lets you both: 1) make a difference to Bay Area residents, and 2) enjoy excellent pay, benefits and employment stability. BART is looking for people who like to be challenged, work in a fast-paced environment, and have a passion for connecting riders to work, school and other places they need to go. BART offers a competitive salary, comprehensive health benefits, paid time off, and the CalPERS retirement program. Department Capital Financial Planning Pay and Benefits BART offers comprehensive compensation and benefits programs. Benefits include CalPERS pension; excellent medical (effective January 1, 2023 current employee cost $160.96 monthly for most plans), vision, and dental coverage; supplemental insurances; paid holidays and vacation; as well as two investment programs, one of which is entirely funded by BART. BART does not participate in Social Security. Complimentary BART passes for employees and qualifying dependents. Pay Rate Non-Represented Pay Band 9 Annual Salary Range $ 130,085.00 (Minimum) - $ 197,080.00 (Maximum) *The negotiable salary offer will be between $130,085.00 - $184,057.91/annually commensurate with experience Posted Date November 29, 2023 Closing Date Open Until Filled *First review of applications will be on December 13, 2023 Reports To Director, Funding Strategy Days Off Saturday and Sunday Who May Apply All current BART employees and qualified individuals who are not yet BART employees. Current Assignment The Manager of Capital Financial Planning works within the Funding Strategy Department in the Office of Performance and Budget and is responsible for overall management and oversight of the activities and operations of the Capital Financial Planning Division, including the development of BART’s Capital Improvement Program; the negotiation and execution of inter-operator capital agreements; the management of funding plans for major capital projects; the support of grants, funding advocacy and financing efforts; and other ad hoc capital program technical analysis. The incumbent selected will focus on managing all aspects of the District’s capital planning work and, in collaboration with the Director of Funding Strategy and the Grants & Funding Advocacy Division, for the successful design and deployment of investment strategies for the District’s capital program. The ideal candidate will demonstrate skills and experience in the following areas: Effectively developing, presenting, and advancing capital program prioritization frameworks, processes and analysis Developing and implementing all aspects of capital program forecasting and analysis to support Board and executive decision-making Effectively manage internal and consultant staff in conducting financial analysis, interpreting data and deriving insights, and developing documents and presentations Negotiating and managing inter-operator agreements Developing policies and strategies related to BART’s capital program Advanced understanding of the complex and challenging issues facing large government organizations and/or transportation in general Essential Job Functions Manages and oversees the District-wide operating financial plan and/or Capital Improvement Program; forecasts the financial impact of proposed operating plans; manages requests for analysis of proposed capital investment. Makes recommendations for action and assists in the development and implementation of policies, procedures, goals and objectives. Develops and monitors budgets, financial plans, cash flows, reporting requirements and specification changes; prepares budget and capital labor reports. Monitors and evaluates the efficiency and effectiveness of methods and procedures. Recommends, within departmental policy, appropriate service and staffing levels. Plans, directs, coordinates and reviews the work plan for assigned staff. Assigns and evaluates work activities, projects and programs. Meets with staff to identify and resolveproblems. Manages District ridership forecasting and reporting. Manages revenue forecasting; forecasts annual revenues from primary sources such as fares, sales taxes, property taxes, bond issues and grants. Monitors developments and legislations related to assigned area of responsibility; evaluates impact upon District operations; recommends and implements equipment, practice and procedural improvements. Selects, trains, motivates and evaluates assigned personnel; provides or coordinates staff training; works with employees to correct deficiencies; implements discipline and termination procedures. Oversees and participates in the development and administration of budgets; participates in the forecast of funds needed for staffing, equipment, materials and supplies; monitors and approves expenditures; implements adjustments. Conducts a variety of organizational studies, investigations and operational studies; recommends modifications to financial planning programs, policies and procedures as appropriate. Manages financial and performance analyses; performs actuarial studies to estimate future impact of Public Employees Retirement System payments; advises senior management on budgetary impact of non-represented employee merit programs and other employee benefit programs and costs. Provides staff assistance to the Department Manager, Operating Budgets and Analysis. Manages financial aspects of interagency operating agreements between BART and other Transportation agencies (such as SamTrans and Valley Transportation Authority); i ncluding modeling, forecasting, billing, analysis and service planning. Knowledge of: Principles of operating costs and revenues Principles and practices of financial analysis and planning Principles of asset management programs Principles and practices of program development and administration Methods and techniques of statistical, economic, and data analysis Methods and techniques of developing and analyzing computerized financial planning models Methods and techniques of market research and strategic planning Principles and practices of budget preparation and administration Principles of supervision, training, and performance evaluation Related Federal, State and local laws, codes, and regulations Skill/Ability in: Overseeing and participating in the management of a comprehensive financial analysis program Selecting, supervising, training, and evaluating staff Participating in the development and administration of division goals, objectives and procedures Negotiating and implementing agreements with transportation agencies and funding partners Analyzing and identifying operational and workflow problems and recommendations Preparing and administering large program financial plans Preparing clear and concise administrative and financial reports and presentations Analyzing problems, identifying alternative solutions, projecting consequences of proposed actions and implementing recommendations in support of goals Proposing, developing, and implementing new processes and process improvements, including consensus-building and effective communication Establishing and implementing financial agreements Prioritizing and balancing competing funding requests Researching, analyzing, and evaluating new service delivery methods and techniques Interpreting and applying Federal, State, and local policies, laws, and regulations Communicating clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing Establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work Minimum Qualifications Education: Possession of a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, Public Administration, Planning, Economics or a closely related field from an accredited college or university. Experience: The equivalent of five (5) of full-time professional verifiable financial planning or a closely related experience, which must have included at least two (2) years of supervisory experience. Substitution: Additional professional experience as outlined above may be substituted for the education on a year-for-year basis. A college degree is preferred. Working Conditions Environmental Conditions: Office environment; exposure to computer screens. Physical Conditions: May require maintaining physical condition necessary for sitting for prolonged periods of time. Selection Process Applications will be screened to assure that minimum qualifications are met. Those applicants who meet minimum qualifications will then be referred to the hiring department for the completion of further selection processes. The selection process for this position may include a skills/performance demonstration, a written examination, and a panel and/or individual interview. The successful candidate must have an employment history demonstrating reliability and dependability; provide copies of certificates, diplomas or other documents as required by law, including those establishing his/her right to work in the U. S; pass a pre-employment medical examination which may include a drug and alcohol screen, and which is specific to the essential job functions and requirements. Pre-employment processing will also include a background check. (Does not apply to current full-time District employees unless specific job requires additional evaluations). Application Process External applicants may only apply online, at www.bart.gov/jobs. Applicants needing assistance with the online application process may receive additional information by email at firstname.lastname@example.org . All applicants are asked to complete the application in full, indicating dates of employment, all positions held, hours worked, and a full description of duties. On line applicants are invited to electronically attach a resume to the application form to provide supplemental information, but should not consider the resume a substitute for the application form itself. Applications must be complete by the closing date and time listed on the job announcement. Equal Employment Opportunity The San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit District is an equal opportunity employer. Applicants shall not be discriminated against because of race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age (40 and above), religion, national origin (including language use restrictions), disability (mental and physical, including HIV and AIDS), ancestry, marital status, military status, veteran status, medical condition (cancer/genetic characteristics and information), or any protected category prohibited by local, state or federal laws. The BART Human Resources Department will make reasonable efforts in the examination process to accommodate persons with disabilities or for religious reasons. Please advise the Human Resources Department of any special needs in advance of the examination by emailing at least 5 days before your examination date at email@example.com . Qualified veterans may be eligible to obtain additional veteran's credit in the selection process for this recruitment (effective Jan. 1, 2013). To obtain the credit, veterans must attach to the application a DD214 discharge document or proof of disability and complete/submit the Veteran's Preference Application no later than the closing date of the posting. For more information about this credit please go to the Veteran's Preference Policy and Application link at www.bart.gov/jobs. Other Information Please be prepared to present documentation in support of any required licenses, degrees, or certifications upon request. Please note that any job announcement may be canceled at any time. Note When you have successfully applied for this position, you will receive an auto reply e-mail acknowledging that your application was received for this position. Please retain a copy of the e-mail for your records. If you receive an auto reply that does not specifically reference this position, please email Employment Help at firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance. To verify submission of your application, click on the 'My Career Tools' link at the top of the 'Careers Home Page' after submitting your application to view the list of applications you have submitted (including application date and status). If you have further questions, please email the Employment Help at email@example.com , between the hours of 8:15am - 5:00pm, Monday- Friday.
City of Cape Coral, FL
Cape Coral, FL, USA
Cape Coral is seeking a strategic problem-solver with a strong planning background to serve as the Director of Development Services. Reporting to the Assistant City Manager, the Director will act as the City’s representative, ensuring adherence to City Ordinances and serving as the department administrator for the Development Services Department. The role involves collaborating closely with Public Works to enforce engineering and construction-related ordinances, and it demands exercising independent judgment and discretion in matters concerning personnel, policy, and budget administration. This multifaceted position is pivotal in enhancing the community's well-being and aligning with the City's objectives.
City of Hampton, VA
Hampton, VA, USA
Hampton, Virginia (pop. 134,510) Seeks a passionate professional to lead the city’s Economic Development Department. Hampton is the seventh largest city in Virginia and part of the Hampton Roads MSA, the 37th largest in the US.
Located at the mouth of the Chesapeake Bay, Hampton is graced with miles of shoreline and breathtaking water views. The city is literally in the heart of the Hampton Roads region and the center of the East Coast. Stroll the streets of their vibrant, waterfront community and you will quickly see what makes Hampton a beautiful place to live, work and play.
Established in 1610, Hampton is one of America’s oldest cities rich in history with small- town charm. Hampton has been recognized by Money Magazine as one of the best places to live, as well as a national model for youth development and civic engagement. Hampton is a city of firsts - the first English-speaking settlement was established there, America’s first free public education was offered there, and NASA trained its first astronauts in Hampton.
The city features a wide array of businesses and industrial enterprises, retail and residential areas, historic sites, and other points of interest, such as a NASCAR short track, the oldest Anglican parish in the Americas (1610), and a moated, six-sided, historical bastion fort.
The Economic Development Director will lead a team of Economic Development professionals and will be a vital part of the City’s leadership team. The Director will report to an Assistant City Manager and will work closely with other department heads and community leaders. The Economic Development Director will make regular presentations to the City Council.
The Economic Development Department is primarily responsible for attracting new businesses to locate in the community and retain existing businesses. The department also administers the workforce development program and works with businesses and industries to recruit and train employees.
As a historic city 95% of the city is built out so the director will need to be experienced in redevelopment of existing buildings. The Director also needs to have experience working with high-tech and high security sector development.
Minimum Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration, Public Administration or related field; Master’s Degree Preferred.
Six (6) to nine (9) years of progressive managerial experience in economic development and/or planning, or commercial economic development with a minimum of five (5) years at a manager/supervisory or administrator level.
Experience redeveloping building and sites
Experience working with existing industries to retain and expand jobs.
Thorough knowledge and experience with workforce development programs.
Experience working with Small Women and Minority (SWaM) own businesses programs.
Passion for creativity in community development, clean and safe strategies, urban design, city planning, and economic development programs.
Strong working knowledge of budget management, contract negotiation, and fiduciary responsibilities.
Entrepreneurial, imaginative, well organized, high energy, and capable of functioning effectively and working collaboratively with other departments within the organization.
Ability to listen and work with community and government leaders and advocates.
Capable of creatively managing multiple tasks successfully and exercising sound judgment in evaluating and making decisions to manage sensitive issues with diplomacy and confidentiality.
Certified Economic Developer (CEcD) designation a plus
Additional Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities (KSA’s)
In addition to the minimum qualifications set out in the job description, the candidate selected for the role of Economic Development Director will have demonstrated the following knowledge, skills, and abilities:
Leadership: A demonstrated record for integrity, professionalism, sound judgment, and leadership. Candidates who have shown a forward-thinking and motivational approach to leadership will be prioritized. Energetic, with optimism, in developing innovative ideas to increase the BID with additional members as well as enhanced services.
Collaboration: Maintains strong public-private partnerships among stakeholders including businesses, funders, elected officials, community groups, and others. Works in partnership with the city and key stakeholders in downtown improvement and beautification projects. Continues to improve on the communications between the BID, stakeholders, and the city.
Community relations: Experience in community relations and outreach with the demonstrated ability to build strong, independent working relationships with diverse constituents and community representatives. Experience raising funds through sponsorships and grants.
Management: Knowledge of organization and management practices and methods, including goal setting, program development and implementation, employee supervision, personnel management, employee relations, team building, budget development and fiscal management.
Visibility/Interactions: Ongoing visibility in the district including weekends and evenings providing face to face interaction. Developing and managing a marketing and communications plan for the district and continuing to improve on the current events offered while also establishing new ones to attract greater audiences to the downtown area.
COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS
The salary will be based on candidates experience and qualifications. The city offers a comprehensive benefits package, including health, dental, pension, and more. The successful candidate is required to reside within the Hampton City Limits within twelve (12) months of assuming the position and must continue to do so for the tenure of the position.
HOW TO APPLY
Interested candidates should apply online at www.GovHRjobs.com by January 2, 2024, with cover letter, resume, and a list of five professional references. Only electronic applications will be accepted. Any questions should be directed to W. Lane Bailey, Senior Vice- President, GovHR USA (847) 380-3240 ext. 140.
The City of Hampton, VA is committed to compliance with the American Disability Act and is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Diversity and inclusion are critical to their success. They seek to recruit the most talented people from a diverse candidate pool and encourage all qualified candidates to apply.
CHARLESTON COUNTY, SC
North Charleston, SC, United States
Description This is a professional planner position under the direct supervision of the Deputy Planning Director. Applicants must possess a thorough understanding of land use planning and land development processes and exhibit excellent interpersonal relation skills with the ability to convey verbal, written, and graphic communications in a highly professional manner. STARTING SALARY RANGE: $51,168 - $67,475 (Estimated Annual Salary) OPEN UNTIL FILLED - APPLICATION REVIEW BEGINS IMMEDIATELY, 04/30/2024 Duties and Responsibilities This position performs professional planning and zoning duties for the County and municipalities, as assigned. Duties include, but are not limited to: coordinating with other departments and agencies; making recommendations and developing and implementing ordinances; preparing reviews, updates, and amendments to ordinances; administering the zoning regulations; assisting with administration of the subdivision and land development regulations; performing field inspections to gather data as part of development review process; attending scheduled day and evening meetings and taking an active role in meetings, conferences, workshops and training sessions; explaining policies, procedures and regulations to the public, developers, business organizations, contractors, architects, etc.; preparing reports for public review, internal use or review by outside organizations, including graphics, to describe projects and program goals or activities; keeping immediate supervisor and designated others fully and accurately informed concerning work progress; managing the addressing function of the department; supervising staff, as assigned; working in the Emergency Operations Center when activated; and performing other directly job related duties as assigned. Minimum Qualifications Minimum Education - Bachelor's Degree in Urban or Community Planning, Geography, Landscape Architecture, Architecture, Engineering or related field. Professional or Master's Degree preferred. Minimum Qualification - Three or more years of directly related work experience in a coastal community, OR any equivalent combination of experience and training which provides the knowledge, skills and abilities necessary to perform the job. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities This position requires a Bachelor's Degree in Urban or Community Planning, Geography, Landscape Architecture, Architecture, Engineering or related field, supplemented with at least three years of directly related experience in a coastal community. Professional or a Master's Degree preferred. The successful applicant must be a Member of American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP) or become certified within three years of date of hire. A valid driver's license and the ability to obtain a SC Driver's License are also required. The applicant selected must complete the FEMA Incident Command System (ICS) courses required to work in the Emergency Operations Center. Must be skilled in Geographic Information Systems (GIS), Microsoft Office Suite, Adobe Creative Cloud Suite, Database Management, and have the ability to read and interpret architectural and engineering designs/site plans and specifications and use software appropriate to assigned tasks. The ability to perform work with speed, accuracy, and attention to detail while effectively communicating with coworkers, supervisors, and the public is essential.Closing Date/Time:
City of Seattle, WA
Seattle, Washington, United States
Position Description Vision: Seattle is a thriving and equitable community powered by dependable transportation. Mission: To deliver a transportation system that provides safe and affordable access to places and opportunities. The Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) is a nationally recognized municipal transportation agency at the leading edge of multi-modal transportation. In our quickly growing city, accessibility, safety, affordability, and reliability - are top of mind for us every day! Our core values drive our work toward creating an equitable, sustainable, and vibrant city for all. SDOT’s core responsibilities include maintenance and operations of the city's transportation right-of-way, the expansion of the city's bicycle and pedestrian network, care of over 240 bridges, permitting use of public spaces and enhancing access to the regional transit system. With approximately 1,200 dedicated staff, SDOT maintains an operational presence 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, in all weather conditions to serve and ensure Seattle’s public mobility. SDOT has an exciting position opening for a Senior Neighborhood Active Transportation Planner. This position will support SDOT’s Neighborhood Greenways and Healthy Streets programs by implementing Neighborhood Greenway and Healthy Street projects that advance Vision Zero by improving safety for our roadway’s most vulnerable users with a focus on people who walk, bike and roll. To achieve these safety goals this position will serve as a project manager and developer on projects such as arterial crossing improvements, traffic calming along routes, wayfinding signage, pavement repairs, gateway treatments, and implementation of partial or full diverters to restrict vehicle movements at arterial entrances. This position will coordinate and participate in the selection, planning, scope development, conceptual design, and outreach for Neighborhood Greenway and Healthy Street projects, including arterial crossing improvements, traffic calming along the route, wayfinding signage, pavement repair, gateway treatments at each arterial and non-arterial intersections, and partial or full diverters. The City of Seattle has a commitment to eliminate racial disparities and achieve racial equity in Seattle. A history of racist policies and disinvestment has created inequities in our transportation system, including longer commutes for communities of color than their white counterparts due to displacement, and often less access to high-quality transit service. While communities of color contribute less to pollution, they disproportionately experience the long-term impacts of this racism, including limited access to opportunities and wealth. This position will work to end these disparities through implementation of the Transportation Equity Framework across the Neighborhood Greenway and Healthy Streets programs Job Responsibilities Serves as project developer for highly sensitive and technically complex Neighborhood Greenways and Healthy Streets and prepares 0-30% development deliverables for assigned capital projects. Coordinates across the Department of Transportation (Policy & Planning, Transit & Mobility and Transportation Operations) as well as across City departments (Seattle Public Utilities, Seattle Parks & Recreation and Seattle City Light) to ensure the highest and best use of public funding and stewardship of the Right of Way. Serves as project manager for Neighborhood Greenways and Healthy Streets from the project development phase through construction and post-construction evaluation. Develops work plans, schedules and budgets; coordinates, assigns and reviews work products of other staff on the Neighborhood Greenway and Healthy Street team. Manages one Civil Engineer, and monitors progress of projects in the development phase and construction phase. Participates in consultant selection process, negotiates scope of work, monitors conformance to contracts, reviews and approves work products and approves payments to consultants. Plans, develops and implements robust public engagement plans for the permanent closure of streets through the Healthy Streets program. Develops new technical design standards, policies and guidelines for bicycle and pedestrian safety projects to achieve Vision Zero. Supports department goals in promoting diversity and social justice in keeping with the City’s Race and Social Justice Initiative. Qualifications Minimum Qualifications: Education: Bachelor's Degree in Engineering, Transportation Planning, Urban Planning or related field (or a combination of education and/or training and/or experience which provides an equivalent background required to perform the work of the class). Experience: Requires a minimum of three years transportation planning or development experience. OR: An equivalent combination of education and experience that demonstrates the ability to perform the position duties. Though not requirements, strong candidates will have some of the following experience or are able to describe comparable experience: Strong written and verbal communication skills and supporting public involvement processes. Proven track record of effectively attending, participating, and presenting public meetings, public outreach, and community events. Previous experience managing multiple projects and monitoring the progress of schedules to meet milestones and budget expenditures. Hands-on knowledge of bicycle and pedestrian facility design, including arterial and non-arterial street design. American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP) certification. Ability to effectively work in a multi-cultural workplace with a diverse customer base. Other Requirements: Work Environment / Physical Demands: Work is typically performed in a hybrid work environment in which a minimum of 2 days of the work is completed in a City office, and 3 days of the work is completed remotely in a regular 40-hour work week. Additional Information Your application will not be reviewed if these items are missing or incomplete. Hiring Process Applications are reviewed after the posting closes. Qualified candidates must submit the following to be considered: Completed NEOGOV online application. Supplemental questionnaire responses Cover letter describing how your skills and experience align with the stated job responsibilities and qualifications. Current résumé indicating relevant experience and education. Offers of employment are contingent on verification of information provided by the applicant as part of the application process, including a potential background check. Please note this job advertisement is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities and activities may change at any time with or without notice. The full salary range for this position is $ 51.22 - $ 59.55 hourly. The City of Seattle offers a comprehensive benefits package including vacation, holiday, and sick leave as well as medical, dental, vision, life and long-term disability insurance for employees and their dependents. More information about employee benefits is available on the City's website at: https://www.seattle.gov/human-resources/benefits/employees-and-covered-family-members/most-employees-plans . The City of Seattle offers a comprehensive benefits package including vacation, holiday and sick leave as well as medical, dental, vision, life and long-term disability insurance for employees and their dependents. More information about employee benefits is available on the City's website at: "Most" Employees Plans - Human Resources | seattle.gov Closing Date/Time: 12/12/2023 4:00 PM Pacific
CLARK COUNTY, NV
Clark County - Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
ABOUT THE POSITION The Clark County Public Works Department is seeking qualified candidates to apply for the Plan Checker I/II position. This position performs plan and specification review for construction, improvement and subdivision plans for compliance with non-structural and/or structural codes, ordinances, and regulations. This recruitment will be used to fill positions in the Development Review Division, Survey Division and Survey Division Map Team. Plan Checker I: $27.29 - $42.28 Hourly Plan Checker II: $29.44 - $45.66 Hourly The Plan Checker I is a training underfill position, upon successful completion of the training program the successful candidate will be non-competitively promoted to Plan Checker II. 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. MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS Education and Experience: Plan Checker I - Equivalent to a Bachelor's Degree in Engineering, Architecture or a field related to the work. Full-time experience as a plan checker, plan designer or inspector may be substituted for the education on a year-for-year basis. Plan Checker II - In addition to the above: Minimum of one (1) year of full-time professional experience in a combination of residential, commercial and industrial plan checking. 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. Licensing and Certification: Possess a valid Nevada Class C Driver's License at time of appointment. 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 Reviews and examines plans and specifications for residential, commercial, industrial, public works and amusement and transportation device plans, specifications and related documents. Researches information confirm ownership, ascertain assessor's values, determine zoning area and other information; researches code provisions on difficult problems. Confers with developers, engineers, architects, contractors, property owners and others to give information regarding codes, regulations and procedures. Reviews calculations for completeness, code compliance and accuracy. Forwards plan packages to other departments and agencies for review; coordinates review with them and coordinates the plan checking process to ensure that all applicable standards have been met. Recommends necessary changes to obtain compliance with building, plumbing, mechanical, electrical, solar, accessibility, energy and other codes and requirements; conveys this information to the individual submitting the plans and suggests alternative ways to meet the code requirements. Advises construction management and building inspectors and others regarding problems that may occur in the field. Provides services at a public counter to answer questions and approve minor plans. Maintains accurate records, logs and files of plans, plan review status and work performed. Monitors technical developments and legislation related to new materials and new methods of construction; recommends procedural or ordinance changes as appropriate. Prepares reports, correspondence and a variety of written materials. Contributes to the efficiency and effectiveness of the unit's service to its customers by offering suggestions and directing or participating as an active member of a work team. Uses standard office equipment, including a computer, in the course of the work; drives a personal or County vehicle to visit work sites and attend meetings. PHYSICAL DEMANDS Mobility to work in a typical office setting, use standard office equipment, and to drive a motor vehicle in order to inspect field sites and attend meetings; 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. Come Make a Difference and Join the Clark County Family where we offer a comprehensive benefits package that includes: Flexible Schedules including 4/10 options More Money in Your Pocket 100% Employer Paid Defined Benefit Retirement No Social Security Deduction No State Income Taxes Two Employer Sponsored Health Plans Offered - Choice of PPO or EPO (hybrid of HMO) Medical - Employer pays 90% of premium Pharmacy Benefits (30, 90-day retail or mail order fills) 24/7 Telephone Advice Nurse - no employee cost Teledoc, Doctoroo, and Dispatch Health Retiree insurance - eligible after 5 years of service Dental Vision Life Insurance - Employer Paid AD&D - Employer Paid Long Term Disability - Employer Paid Generous Leave Accruals that include: 13Paid Holidays includinga Floating Birthday Holiday Paid Vacation Leave Paid Sick Leave Holiday Leave Other leave options Catastrophic Leave Parental Leave - Up to 90 days Wide Variety of Voluntary Benefits that include Guardian - Accident, Cancer, Critical Illness, Hospital Indemnity, and Short-Term Disability Insurance. Trustmark - Permanent Life Insurance benefits and long-term care. Sunlife Financial - Basic and Voluntary Life Insurance, AD&D, and long-term disability insurance TASC - Flexible Spending Account - FSA & Dependent Day Care Debit Card Available Morgan Stanley - Deferred Compensation Plan Employee Assistance Program Onsite Fitness Center - $12/month*Benefits vary and are subject to change depending on assignment, hiring organization and bargaining unit. Closing Date/Time: 12/26/2023 5:01 PM Pacific
CLARK COUNTY, NV
Clark County - Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
ABOUT THE POSITION The Clark County Department of Family Services is seeking qualified candidates to apply for the Principal Management Analyst. This position will supervise our grants and program units which provide a variety of services. These teams seek, write and manage grants, perform housing navigation and development services, and will be involved in implementation and referral for child welfare prevention services. 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. In order to work at the Department of Family Services, employees must not have any qualifying offense that violates the standards required by NRS 432B.198 and/or NRS 432B.199. MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS Education and Experience: Master's Degree in Business or Public Administration or a related field, AND two (2) years of full-time professional experience in performing administrative, budgetary, operational or similar analyses and studies. Experience in a public agency setting and project or programmatic supervisory experience are desirable. A Bachelor's Degree and two (2) years of additional related experience maybe substituted for Master's Degree. 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. Licensing and Certification: Specified positions may require possession of a valid Nevada Class C driver's license at time of appointment. 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 Plans, oversees, reviews and evaluates programs and the work of a major programmatic area; directs and coordinates the work of County or contract staff and ensures that program goals and objectives are achieved. Provides complex and sensitive management and programmatic support to the County Manager and Board of Commissioners; works directly with the Board or individual members regarding programmatic, policy and budgetary issues. Assists in developing goals, objectives, policies, procedures and work standards for the program(s) to which assigned; coordinates budget development for the function(s) and administers expenditures for assigned areas of responsibility. Develops and implements funding and staffing requirements for the programmatic area to which assigned; prepares grant and alternative funding requests; monitors activities and ensures that all programmatic and reporting requirements are met. Plans and develops deployment strategies under the framework of the County’s plans for master projects with multiple layers. Develops requests for proposals, negotiates contracts and administers contract provisions for major program support for the County. Plans, organizes and directs complex administrative, operational, budgetary or other studies with County-wide or major internal operational or funding impact. Reviews and analyzes alternatives and makes recommendations regarding such matters as organizational structure, team and quality improvement alternatives, budget development and administration, staffing, facilities, productivity, and policy and procedure development and implementation. Performs specific County management support activities such as coordinating and preparing Board agenda items, conducting studies and preparing responses for Commissioner-generated requests; reviewing and assessing proposed legislation and representing the County, the department head and others as specified. Confers with and represents the County in meetings with staff from other departments, representatives of governmental, community, business, professional and public agencies and the public; acts as liaison and coordinator for County-wide programs involving commitment of staff from other government agencies. Provides liaison and staff support to a variety of committees and commissions. Directs the work of professional, technical or support staff on a project or day-to-day basis; provides training to staff and is responsible for such supervisory functions as performance evaluation and discipline. Directs the maintenance of and/or maintains accurate records and files related to the areas assignment. Prepares a variety of technical, statistical and narrative reports, correspondence and other written materials. Contributes to the efficiency and effectiveness of the unit's service to its customers by offering suggestions and directing or participating as an active member of a work team. Uses standard office equipment, including a computer, in the course of the work; specified positions may drive a County or personal motor vehicle to attend meetings and visit work sites. PHYSICAL DEMANDS Mobility to work in a typical office setting, use standard office equipment, and be capable of traveling to off-site County locations in order to attend meetings and visit various work sites; specified positions may be required to drive a County or personnel vehicle to 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. Come Make a Difference and Join the Clark County Family where we offer a comprehensive benefits package that includes: Flexible Schedules including 4/10 options More Money in Your Pocket 100% Employer Paid Defined Benefit Retirement No Social Security Deduction No State Income Taxes Two Employer Sponsored Health Plans Offered - Choice of PPO or EPO (hybrid of HMO) Medical - Employer pays 90% of premium Pharmacy Benefits (30, 90-day retail or mail order fills) 24/7 Telephone Advice Nurse - no employee cost Teledoc, Doctoroo, and Dispatch Health Retiree insurance - eligible after 5 years of service Dental Vision Life Insurance - Employer Paid AD&D - Employer Paid Long Term Disability - Employer Paid Generous Leave Accruals that include: 13Paid Holidays includinga Floating Birthday Holiday Paid Vacation Leave Paid Sick Leave Holiday Leave Other leave options Catastrophic Leave Parental Leave - Up to 90 days Wide Variety of Voluntary Benefits that include Guardian - Accident, Cancer, Critical Illness, Hospital Indemnity, and Short-Term Disability Insurance. Trustmark - Permanent Life Insurance benefits and long-term care. Sunlife Financial - Basic and Voluntary Life Insurance, AD&D, and long-term disability insurance TASC - Flexible Spending Account - FSA & Dependent Day Care Debit Card Available Morgan Stanley - Deferred Compensation Plan Employee Assistance Program Onsite Fitness Center - $12/month*Benefits vary and are subject to change depending on assignment, hiring organization and bargaining unit. Closing Date/Time: 12/12/2023 5:01 PM Pacific
Cal State University (CSU) Fresno
5241 N Maple Ave, Fresno, CA 93740, USA
Description: Director of Development for the College of Science and Mathematics (Administrator II) Compensation and Benefits The Anticipated Hiring Salary is $80,000 - $92,000 per year and is competitive and negotiable depending on the strength of qualifications. This is a CSU Management Personnel Plan (MPP) position. The CSU system provides a comprehensive benefit package that includes medical, dental and vision plans, membership in the California Public Employees Retirement System (CalPERS), sick and vacation time, and 15 paid holidays a year. Eligible employees are also able to participate in the fee waiver education program. A summary of benefit information can be found here . Job Summary The Director of Development for College of Science and Mathematics reports to the Associate Vice President for Development and Comprehensive Campaigns, in close cooperation with the Dean of the College of Science and Mathematics and is a member of the University Advancement team. The incumbent is responsible for managing and facilitating the College of Science and Mathematics efforts in fundraising. The Director of Development is responsible for identifying, cultivating, and soliciting major and principal gifts from individuals, corporations, and foundations. The Director, in partnership with the Dean, will plan and implement development and campaign strategies on behalf of the College of Science and Mathematics, including providing staff support to one or more advisory groups that are philanthropically focused. The College of Science and Mathematics is dedicated to the holistic preparation of the next generation of scientists and mathematicians for vital and diverse careers in STEM using innovative High Impact Practices. The college focuses on providing over 4,500 student majors with rich opportunities for innovative laboratory research, fieldwork, and community-based learning experiences. The college graduates the next generation of scientists and mathematicians, teachers, technicians, health professionals and field researchers who provide solutions to complex real-world, interdisciplinary challenges facing the Central Valley, including in food, water, energy, health, and sustainability. The college hosts seven departments ranging from biology to psychology as well as the STEM Education Center, the Downing Planetarium, the Advising and Resources Center (ARC), and the Center for Access to Science for All (CASA). Faculty offer cutting-edge research opportunities for students and support groundbreaking instruction that integrates teaching and research across interdisciplinary curriculum. Each year, faculty and students typically co-author over 150 publications and make over 350 conference presentations at regional, national, and international meetings. Some of the key areas of research include cancer treatment, biotechnology, neuroscience, environmental science, cybersecurity, and applied mathematics/data science. The college includes 108 full-time tenure-track faculty that typically bring in over $5M a year in grants and contracts to support collaborative research with students. The college aims to expand and strengthen student success, community outreach efforts, and networks and partnerships by recruiting innovative new faculty, staff, and postdoctoral scholars while establishing state-of-the-art laboratories, research facilities, and enhanced classroom spaces. The college aspires to serve as a national model for R2/comprehensive universities in the integration of teaching and research and STEM education for diverse students and as a regional and state leader in educational outreach and community service. Key Qualifications Demonstrated track record in working with individuals and groups, ability to work as a member of a team, recognition of the importance of education to individuals and society as a whole. Exposure to management, including budgetary responsibilities. Excellent interpersonal skills, strong written and oral communication skills. Highly motivated and proven self-starter, creative and entrepreneurial characteristics. Ability to work effectively with faculty, staff, alumni, and friends of the university from diverse ethnic, cultural, and socio-economic backgrounds. Flexibility to travel as needed to develop and maintain relationships. Competency and experience with the use of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, email, and the internet. History of regular attendance and positive performance evaluations. To view the full list of qualifications and job responsibilities, please click the Position Description button above. Education and Experience Bachelor's degree required from a regionally accredited institution. Minimum of four years of increasingly responsible and successful fundraising experience or professional experience with transferable skills such as sales, marketing, or public relations. Experience with a nonprofit organization. Experience with comprehensive campaigns and/or specific experience in major gift solicitation, corporate/foundation relations, or constituent relations. Preferred Skills: Master's or other advanced degree preferred. Experience/background in higher education. Experience with alumni/donor databases and campus applications such as Advance, Reeher or Raiser’s Edge. Department Summary University Advancement fosters pride and connections that result in loyalty and giving for Fresno State. The division works with alumni, friends, and our community to broaden the resources available to the University, thereby strengthening the impact of higher education to prepare the next generation of leaders and to elevate our beloved San Joaquin Valley and beyond to the world. Providing engagement opportunities is a primary role of the division, with every interaction focused on increasing partnerships with Fresno State and its mission. University Advancement ensures that a strong brand inspires and deepens the University’s bond with the public it serves. As such, it advances communications that uplift the image and reputation of the University and supports the University’s strategic plan. Deadline & Application Instructions Applications received by January 2, 2024 will be given full consideration by the search committee. Applications received after that date will be forwarded at the request of the Hiring Manager and/or search committee. Please click “Apply Now” to complete the employment application for California State University, Fresno. Interested applicants must complete the application and attach the following: 1) their most recent resumé/vitae, 2) a cover letter that addresses their specific qualifications and interest, and 3) contact information for three professional references. Fresno State California State University, Fresno is one of 23 campuses in the California State University System. The University's mission is to boldly educate and empower students for success through our values of Discovery, Diversity and Distinction. The current student population is more than 25,000, including a large percentage of students with diverse and culturally rich backgrounds. The University serves the San Joaquin Valley while maintaining deep involvement with the state, nation, and across the globe. Metropolitan Fresno, with a multi-ethnic population of over 527,000, is located in the heart of the San Joaquin Valley. The campus is within driving distance of Yosemite, Kings Canyon and Sequoia National Parks, San Francisco, Los Angeles, the Monterey Peninsula, beaches, sailing, lakes, and numerous ski resorts. Fresno boasts one of the most reasonable housing markets in California and offers a wide array of locally grown fruits and produce. Equal Employment Opportunity Information California State University, Fresno is committed to maintaining and implementing employment policies and procedures in compliance with applicable state and federal equal employment opportunity laws and regulations. Executive Orders 1096 and 1097 prohibit discrimination, harassment, and retaliation on the basis of a protected status: race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, age, sex (including gender identity), sexual orientation, marital status, pregnancy, mental disability, physical disability, medical condition and covered veteran status. Fresno State's commitment to diversity informs our efforts in recruitment, hiring, and retention. We are proud to be an affirmative action and equal opportunity employer. COVID19 Vaccination Policy Per the CSU COVID-19 Vaccination Policy , it is strongly recommended that all employees who are accessing office and campus facilities follow COVID-19 vaccine recommendations adopted by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) applicable to their age, medical condition, and other relevant indications. Questions may be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org . 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 California State University, Fresno. 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 Fresno State has identified 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 a "designated position" under the California State University's Conflict of Interest Code. This will require the filing of a Statement of Economic Interest on an annual basis and the completion of training within six (6) months of assuming office and every two (2) years thereafter. Fresno State is a tobacco-free, smoke-free and vapor-free campus. Fresno State is not a sponsoring agency for staff or management positions. (e.g. H1-B Visas) Closing Date/Time: Open until filled
MASSACHUSETTS TRIAL COURT
Boston, Massachusetts, United States
Title: Deputy Director for Curriculum Development & Planning Pay Grade: Senior Management 2 Starting Pay: $115,943.04 - $171,381.87 Departmental Mission Statement: The mission of the Judicial Institute is to advance justice through the collaborative design and delivery of quality continuing professional education and training for court personnel and judges throughout the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. ORGANIZATIONAL PROFILE: https://www.mass.gov/orgs/executive-office-of-the-trial-court-judicial-institute Notes: This position is designated as management position and is covered by the Trial Court Personnel Policies and Procedures Manual Position Summary: Working within the Judicial Institute (JI) of the Executive Office of the Trial Court (EOTC), under the direction of the Director of Judicial Education, the Deputy Director for Curriculum Development & Planning (Deputy Director) is responsible for the design, development, oversight, and implementation of a court-wide continuing professional education and training curriculum, special projects, and court-wide education and strategic initiatives, both mandatory and elective, for the benefit and professional development of judges and employees in a wide range of roles and positions working within the Judicial Branch of the Commonwealth. The Deputy Director works with internal partners across the organization and external partners and vendors outside the organization to develop training and professional development opportunities on a broad range of topics. The Deputy Director will focus efforts initially on the development, design, and resourcing of a phased-in comprehensive court management curriculum that meets the learning and professional development needs of a range of staff, beginning with aspiring supervisors, and across the management spectrum, to executive management/leadership. The Deputy Director is responsible for ensuring that all curriculum development and planning across the department advances the short and long-term priorities, strategic goals, objectives, and mission of the Trial Court, and will collaborate and coordinate with other units in the organization responsible for training. The Deputy Director is responsible for supervision, performance management, direction, and oversight of the Curriculum Development & Planning Team/Unit within the Judicial Institute. Supervision Received: The Deputy Director reports to the Director of Judicial Education and receives limited direction in performing duties that require a high degree of independent judgment and initiative. Duties: Leads, manages, supervises, and supports members within the department’s Curriculum Development & Planning Unit, comprised of managers whose primary responsibilities are to create, design, develop, and deliver both mandatory and elective continuing professional education programs and develop educational resources and publications for personnel working in a diversity of roles and positions across the Judicial Branch; Develops a Trial Court core curriculum including the design, development and implementation of a comprehensive framework and sustainable structure that addresses the priority education and training needs of the workforce, including new employees and new judges; Prioritizes the development and implementation of a phased-in comprehensive training curriculum for aspiring supervisors, supervisors, and managers; Develops standards and applicable criteria for determining number of learning credits to be extended upon successful completion of both internal and external programs, with the exception of credits earned for completion of commercially purchased online content; Partners with both internal and external stakeholders, addressing a wide variety of topics and participates in the process of determining policy matters related to training and education in the Judicial Branch; Develops and expands on training curriculum that is not limited to but includes race and bias, discrimination, language access, cybersecurity, information classification & compensation, MassCourts, domestic violence, sexual assault, delivered both online and via in-person conferences and programs; Creates and delivers systemwide communications in coordination with the EOTC related to mandatory training requirements and expectations; Develops detailed project proposals and implementation plans, builds consensus for, and gains necessary approvals to move forward with strategic education programs, projects, and initiatives; Collaborates with the Deputy Director for Training Operations to ensure that the Curriculum Development Team complies with fiscal processes, protocols, and procedures to procure program-related goods and services; Develops, monitors, and works within project/program budgets together with other JI staff and other parties or departments with whom the JI is working; Drafts and gains approval for annual fiscal year Departmental Conference Funding Formula to determine departmental conference budgets, and related terms, included in the annual Executive Office Memorandum to Chief Justices and Deputy Court Administrators re conference funding; Working together with the Director of Judicial Education, recommends changes to department organizational structure and positions to best support development, design, delivery, and oversight of a court-wide core curriculum across all modalities, including in-person, virtual, on-demand, and blended learning; Leads, supports, facilitates, and participates in a wide variety of standing/steering committees, advisory committees, court-wide committee meetings, and other working units involved in the development of continuing professional education and training opportunities; Monitors national trends and trends within the Judicial Branch of other States relative to their continuing professional development, education, and training curricula and practices; and participates in continuing education programs offered by the National Association of State Judicial Educators and other professional organizations to remain current in the industry, continually assessing the impact of changes in law, practice, procedure, policies and protocols on the training and education needs of Judicial Branch personnel; Oversees and provides support and counsel to the Co-Administrators of the J2J Program, the judicial peer mentor/coaching Program for judges throughout the Trial Court; Assigns individual professional development and training projects and work to Curriculum Development Team members best suited to deliver optimum results, and ensures adequate program coverage at all events; Oversees, evaluates, and maximizes both quality and quantity of curriculum development and innovative program design throughout the JI; and supports, assists, and oversees curriculum development efforts and planning by the Curriculum Development Team members to ensure consistency and quality of work; Leads JI performance management tasks for the Curriculum Development Team, including working with Team members to develop annual fiscal year action plans with specific goals and objectives; Coaches Team members, and conducts all performance management activities, including annual performance evaluations, regular checkpoint meetings, progressive discipline and other appropriate actions for the purpose of improving performance and addressing performance issues; Leads the hiring, promotion and reclassification efforts for all Curriculum Development & Planning Team positions in close coordination and communication with HR, including completion of all required forms, data input into PageUp, selecting candidates for interviews, establishing interview panels, interviewing candidates, candidate selection and completion of hiring process; May be assigned other related duties by the Director as required. Job Competencies: All applicants must be able, through the interview process, to demonstrate competency in the following key areas : Ethics and Values : Communicates and demonstrates the ethical standards and values of the Judicial Institute and the Trial Court. Mission: Understands, upholds, and communicates the mission of the Judicial Institute and the Trial Court. Applied Knowledge : Produces high quality education and professional development tools and resources for a wide variety of staff and judges throughout the Trial Court on a wide array of topics . Problem Solving: Accurately identifies and addresses continuing education needs throughout the judiciary through the development and delivery of quality professional development tools and resources. Continuous Learning : Demonstrates a commitment to continuous self-improvement through professional development, study, creativity and goal-setting and performance measurement. Commitment to Diversity: Promotes diversity through understanding and respect, using positive and effective communication with persons of varied racial, ethnic, economic, and cultural backgrounds. Customer Service: Consistently demonstrates courtesy and professionalism in interacting with other Trial Court employees and the public. Collaboration: Works with others cooperatively, and promotes teamwork, contributing to a work environment that focuses on shared Trial Court goals. Minimum Requirements: These are the minimum requirements necessary for the position of Deputy Director for Curriculum Development & Planning : A Bachelor’s degree and 6 years of relevant work experience across multiple facets of the design, development, and delivery of innovative education and training curricula, preferably including workforce professional development and continuing education and training; Experience should include project management, including leading teams from the initial project concept to completion; A graduate degree (E.g. Masters or J.D) preferred. Three (3) years of experience supervising staff is strongly preferred; knowledge of the Massachusetts court system also preferred; Equivalent combinations of education, training and experience will be considered for meeting the minimum requirements. Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: • Strong interpersonal communication skills, including writing and public speaking ability commensurate with senior and executive management team level and the ability to work professionally with persons at all levels, including Chief Justices, judges, and clerk-magistrates, and to maintain effective working relationships; • Demonstrated ability to supervise staff, and to consistently apply organization and department policies and procedures; • Highly skilled in leading, coaching, and working effectively and collaboratively with team members individually, and the team as a unit, developing positive and mission-driven collaboration and success among team members; • Proficiency using the full suite of Microsoft Office technologies, Zoom and other Video Conferencing and webinar Technologies; familiarity and experience engaging with Learning Management System technology; Experienced and comfortable with using presentation, teaching, and delivery technologies; comfortable and familiar with eLearning design and development technology; • Strong analytical and practical problem-solving skills to address complex problems of a non-routine nature bringing together the people and resources needed to address issues or obstacles that prevent progress toward goals; • Strong relationship-building skills, ability to work well with others and provide support for team members’ professional goals and development; • Ability to adapt quickly to changing circumstances and develop creative solutions for issues that require timely resolution; • Ability to work independently with a high degree of independent judgment, initiative, discretion, collegiality, integrity, and empathy; • Strong time-management and project management skills and ability to set and reach goals and deadlines; • Ability to think both strategically and creatively when identifying, developing, and planning large-scale curricula and training initiatives, with a goal of creating a system-wide court core curriculum that aligns with strategic education goals and objectives; • Experience in the field of adult education curriculum development, workforce development/training, curriculum design, development, and delivery; • Ability to effectively present at training seminars and public speaking engagements; and to lead working groups, standing committees and other education planning committees; • Ability to travel within the Commonwealth as necessary to trainings, conferences, meetings, and other events; and to maintain a flexible work schedule that could routinely and will require early mornings and/or late evening work commitments; and • Ability to lift materials, AV equipment, and other items necessary to program delivery. Closing Date/Time: 2024-03-03
Pueblo County, CO
Pueblo County, CO, USA
Reporting to the Director, the Deputy Director of Planning and Development is responsible for leading planning staff in the Land Use Division into a technologically advanced future by embracing innovation and creativity. The Deputy Director fosters a culture of excellence, learning, and collaboration among staff and supports their professional development and growth. The Deputy Director serves as acting department director in the absence of the Department Director with full authority and responsibility.
The Deputy Director establishes and maintains strong, effective relationships with various stakeholders, and assists with departmental process improvements and implements best-practices by soliciting changes to increase efficiencies, cost savings, and safety while adhering to County’s policies, procedures, and protocols. In addition, this position provides exceptional customer service and general information to the public, development community, and other government agencies relating to County planning, land use and development policies, procedures, and standards.
California Polytechnic State University
1 Grand Avenue, San Luis Obispo, CA 93407, USA
Description: Job Summary This position is responsible for providing extensive strategic planning, articulation and implementation of college-wide development and advancement initiatives that have multiple year objectives, as well as coordinating capital campaigns that enhance and promote major fundraising and public relations efforts consistent with the mission and vision of the college at development events; recruit, train, support and motivate volunteers; provide administrative oversight of all advancement processes; and perform the full range of implementation duties in collaboration with the college’s team of professional staff and academic leaders. Department Summary The California Polytechnic State University (Cal Poly) College of Architecture and Environmental Design(CAED) is seeking a Senior Director of Development who will serve as the lead professional in the college to cultivate and solicit alumni, friends, employers, foundations and corporations for contributions. The Senior Director of Development will coordinate and implement a comprehensive college-based development program by identifying, qualifying, cultivating, and soliciting major gifts; understand and comply with the policies, procedures and best practices established by University Development; foster successful major gift fundraising by preparing the Dean and other academic leaders to participate routinely and effectively in development activities and prospect appointments; and participate in college based programs that identify and encourage relationships with donors, prospects and alumni. Key Qualifications Demonstrated experience in developing and cultivating contacts within the development community. Ability to independently manage a large, complex, and successful program with annual and multi-year goals. Ability to identify, organize and conduct potential major gift donor contacts. Ability to use the alumni relations database and prospect management systems as organizational tools. Strong knowledge of prospect management systems, fiscal administration, and volunteer development. Demonstrated experience and success in major gifts fundraising, marketing, planned giving, or other related professional field, preferably in a university setting. Ability to thrive in an environment of change. Knowledge of the financial structure of donations, to include cash, gifts-in-kind, stocks, and securities. Education and Experience Bachelor's Degree and a minimum of six years of progressively responsible professional experience in development, major gifts fundraising, donor relations, marketing, planned giving or other related professional experience with four years being direct fundraising experience. Additional qualifying experience may be substituted for the required education on a year-for-year basis. Salary and Benefits The anticipated hiring range for this role is $115,000 - $139,000 annually. Note that the offer is calculated based on the background and relevant years of experience of the individual selected. Cal Poly offers a best-in-class benefits program, including health, dental and vision insurance, retirement participation in the Public Employees' Retirement System, and educational benefits for eligible employees. See our benefits website for additional information. Cal Poly Cal Poly is a nationally-ranked public university located in San Luis Obispo, California, and known for its Learn by Doing philosophy. Each year more than 20,000 top-tier students come to San Luis Obispo to put knowledge into action, taking their learning outside the classroom as they prepare for careers in engineering, agriculture, science, business, humanities and the built environment. Cal Poly’s hands-on philosophy, small class sizes and close student-faculty mentorships result in graduates ready from day one to impact their communities, California and the world. For more information, visit calpoly.edu . 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. Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo is not a sponsoring agency for staff positions (i.e. H-1B visas). Closing Date/Time: Open until filled
HOUSTON AIRPORT SYSTEM
Houston, Texas, United States
POSITION OVERVIEW APPLICATIONS ACCEPTED FROM: ALL PERSONS INTERESTED JOB CLASSIFICATION: ASSISTANT DIRECTOR (EXE LEV) DIVISION: FINANCE REPORTING LOCATION: 16930 JOHN F. KENNEDY BLVD. WORKDAYS & HOURS: MONDAY - FRIDAY 8AM - 5PM* * Subject to change DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES/ ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Under the direction of the Chief Financial Officer manages the activities of the Financial Planning & Analysis Business Unit. Develops and implements a set of planning, forecasting, budgeting, and analytical activities that support HAS major company's major business decisions and overall financial health. Initiates business cases, assembles budgets, and forecasts, and reports as necessary to the Chief Financial Officer. Assists the Chief Financial Officer in the development of financing plans to deliver projects approved in the HAS Capital Improvement Plan. Performs business and financial analysis to support executive decision making and planning. Leads the development and compilation of HAS's capital and operating budgets. Produces financial reports as necessary to provide an update on the status of HAS's financial performance against prior years and budgets. Assists with developing and preparing airline rates and charges. Manages and monitors Houston Airport's financial model to ensure Houston Airport's overall financial health is safeguarded. Assists and delivers financial insights associated with key performance indicators of HAS. Delivers ad-hoc financial analysis requested by the Chief Financial Officer. The Assistant Director will be responsible for the following: Meets with Infrastructure and other departments to determine the proper timing to proceed with a new Passenger Facility Charge Applications. Leads the development of the capital and operating budget. Leads the completion and submission of the City of Houston's Monthly Operating Financial Report (MoFR) per City of Houston budget schedules. Develops a full understanding of HAS's airline use and lease agreements, including all rates and charges, and the associated impact on financial planning and projections. Delivers an Actual vs. Budget Capital Report monthly. Works with financial advisors, bond counsel, and the City of Houston Finance Department to determine when HAS must enter the capital market to continue financing its Capital Improvement Plan. Develops advanced proficiency in the update of HAS's long-term financial planning model. Provides analytical insight on operational statistics, cost trend analysis, KPI trends, revenue trends, business performance, etc. Communicates abnormal financial performance trends as necessary to assist in managerial decision-making. WORKING CONDITIONS There are no major sources of discomfort, i.e., essentially normal office environment with acceptable lighting, temperature and air conditions. MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS Requires a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration, Public Administration or a closely related field. EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS Seven years of administrative experience are required, with at least three of those years in a managerial capacity. A Master's degree may be substituted for two years of experience. LICENSE REQUIREMENTS Valid driver's license and compliance with the City of Houston driving policy (A.P. 2-2). PREFERENCES Preference will be given to applicants with: Finance certifications and/or designations (i.e., Chartered Financial Analyst, Certified Financial Analyst, Certified Government Financial Manager, etc.) Advanced financial modeling skills and experience managing large data sets. Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Excel and other financial reporting tools (e.g., Hyperion, Tableau, Power BI, SAP BPC, etc.). Five (5) years of progressively responsible experience in Financial Planning and Analysis and/or Accounting with demonstrated experience in financial analysis and internal reporting. **Preference shall be given to eligible veteran applicants provided such persons possess the qualifications necessary for competent discharge of the duties involved in the position applied for, such persons are among the most qualified candidates for the position, and all other factors in accordance with Executive Order 1-6.** GENERAL INFORMATION SELECTION / SKILLS TESTS REQUIRED Department may administer skills assessment test. SAFETY IMPACT POSITION Yes If yes, this position is subject to random drug testing and if a promotional position, candidate must pass an assignment drug test. SALARY INFORMATION Factors used in determining the salary offered include the candidate's qualifications as well as the pay rates of other employees in this classification. PAY GRADE 32 APPLICATION PROCEDURES Only online applications will be accepted for this City of Houston job and must be received by the Human Resources Department during active posting period. Applications must be submitted online at: www.houstontx.gov . To view your detailed application status, please log-in to your online profile by visiting: http://agency.governmentjobs.com/houston/default.cfm or call (832/393-0453). If you need special services or accommodations, call (832/393-0453). (TTY 7-1-1) If you need login assistance or technical support call 855-524-5627. Due to the high volume of applications received, the Hiring Department will contact you directly, should you be selected to advance in our recruitment process. All new and rehires must pass a pre-employment drug test and are subject to a physical examination and verification of information provided. EOE Equal Opportunity Employer The City of Houston is committed to recruiting and retaining a diverse workforce and providing a work environment that is free from discrimination and harassment based upon any legally protected status or protected characteristic, including but not limited to an individual's sex, race, color, ethnicity, national origin, age, religion, disability, sexual orientation, genetic information, veteran status, gender identity, or pregnancy. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
Nassau County, FL
NASSAU COUNTY, Florida, United States
Description Under the supervision of the Director, interprets County planning and zoning regulations for professionals and the general public. Examples of Duties Performs general GIS data management and spatial analysis. Staffs Conditional Use and Variance Board and assists with the Planning and Zoning Board and the Board of County Commissioners as required. Assists with Planning Department planning initiatives, including public outreach and community engagement. Receives and responds to inquiries regarding planning and zoning issues; interprets and explains the Comprehensive Plan, Land Development Code, and other applicable plans and codes to engineers, architects, contractors, property/business owners, and other interested parties. Assists permit applicants; determines/verifies zoning status as requested; reviews permits where required. Makes presentations to the Planning and Zoning Board, Conditional Use and Variance Board, Board of County Commissioners and citizens’ groups as needed. Prepares staff reports and ordinances as needed. Researches information pertaining to land development issues. Conducts field inspections of properties. Coordinates planning efforts with consulting firms as requested. Interacts and communicates with the immediate supervisor, co-workers, County personnel, engineers, contractors, consultants, architects, Board members, community/civic organizations and the general public. Operates a vehicle and a variety of equipment, which may include a computer, telephone, calculator, copier, etc. Attends and remains at work regularly and adheres to policies and procedures regarding absenteeism and tardiness. Provides adequate notice to higher management with respect to vacation time and leave requests. Performs related duties as required. (These essential functions are not a complete statement of all duties required of the job. Employees will be required to perform such other related job duties as may be assigned or required.) Typical Qualifications Requires a Master’s Degree in Urban Planning, Geography, Geographic Information Systems, Public Administration, or related field supplemented by six (6) months to one (1) year in urban/municipal planning, or a Bachelor’s Degree in these fields supplemented with one (1) to two (2) years in urban/municipal planning, or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience that provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities. Knowledge of ESRI’s ArcGIS platforms required or shall be acquired within one year of employment. American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP) certification preferred, but not required. Must possess a valid State Driver's License. Supplemental Information Ability to effectively utilize oral and written communication skills for preparing and presenting planning reports and projects. Ability to effectively utilize interpersonal skills for facilitating relationships with elected/appointed officials, other decision-makers, co-workers, other professionals and members of the public. Ability to utilize problem-solving skills to gather relevant information to solve planning problems. Knowledge of group facilitation skills for use with community workshops. Ability to work on several projects or issues simultaneously. Ability to manage projects effectively and meet firm deadlines. Knowledge of the methods, policies and procedures of the Department and County as they pertain to the performance of duties of the Planner II. Knowledge of the functions and interrelationships of the County and Governmental agencies. Knowledge of the laws, ordinances, standards and regulations pertaining to the specific duties and responsibilities of the position. Knowledge of various disciplines related to urban planning, including demographics, land use development, economics/economic development, zoning, etc. Ability to make sound, educated decisions. Ability to plan and develop daily, short-term and long-term goals related to County purposes. Ability to take the initiative to complete the duties of the position without the need of direct supervision. Ability to learn and utilize new skills and information to improve job performance and efficiency. Knowledge of proper English usage, punctuation, spelling and grammar. Knowledge of modern office practices and technology. Ability to use a computer for word, data processing, graphic displays and mapping. Skills in ArcGIS and Adobe design software preferred, but not required. Ability to perform mathematical calculations. Ability to read and interpret complex materials pertaining to the responsibilities of the job. Ability to assemble and analyze information and prepare reports and records in a concise, clear and effective manner. Ability to react calmly and quickly in emergency situations. ESSENTIAL PHYSICAL SKILLS: Tasks require extended periods of time at a keyboard or workstation. Stooping Sitting Kneeling Bending Crouching Reaching Standing Walking Lifting and carrying up to 20 lbs. Pushing and pulling Climbing on ladders, on steps or on the ground (Reasonable accommodations will be made for otherwise qualified individuals with a disability) WORK ENVIRONMENT: Works inside in an office environment. Has knowledge of the occupational hazards and safety precautions of the industry. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: Incomplete applications will not be considered. Applications will continue to be received until the listed closing date or the position is filled, whichever is earliest. Submission of an application does not guarantee the applicant an interview. Applicants will be subject to a criminal background check. Nassau County is an Equal Opportunity Employer and a Drug Free Workplace. Nassau County values the service veterans and their family members have given to our country and that the County supports the hiring of returning service members, military spouses, and their family members as such this position is eligible for Veterans’ Preference in accordance with applicable laws. The information on this description has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work performed by employees within this classification. It is not designed to contain or be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, environmental conditions, or qualifications required of employees assigned to this position. This position may be required to work in a safety sensitive capacity at any time based on emergency declaration or other operational need. Nassau County reserves the right to edit or re-write this job description at any time. An organization is only as good as the people it employs. To attract and retain the best team possible, the Nassau County Board of County Commissioners offers a competitive benefit program. We believe that if we expect our employees to support the County, we must first support the health and financial well-being of our employees and their families, now and as they plan for their future. BOCC-Contributed Benefits Medical & Prescription Drugs Benefits Health Savings Account (HSA) Contributions with a Qualified Plan Florida Retirement System Employee Assistance Program Tuition Assistance Program Optional Benefits Dental Vision Life & AD&D Supplemental & Dependent Life & AD&D Insurance Long Term Disability Voluntary Benefits Offered By Aflac and/or Colonial 457(b) Deferred Compensation Program Roth IRA NOTE: For detailed information regarding available benefits click here. FLORIDA RETIREMENT SYSTEM (FRS) The Florida Retirement System is a retirement plan designed to provide an income to a vested employee and his/her family when the employee retires, becomes partially or totally disabled, or dies prior to retirement. A defined benefit or defined contribution option may be chosen by the employee. Employees are required to contribute 3% of their salary per Florida Statute. TUITION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM The County may provide tuition assistance to cover the cost of tuition and books to County employees requesting tuition reimbursement for courses at an accredited college or university which are applicable to the employee's field of work and/or are of such nature to directly prepare employees for positions of greater responsibility within the County. Contact the Human Resources Office for additional details. HOLIDAYS The following, as well as any other days the BOCC may declare, are designated as official holidays for County Employees: New Year's Day Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Presidents Day Good Friday Memorial Day Juneteenth Independence Day Labor Day Veterans Day Thanksgiving Day The Day After Thanksgiving Christmas Eve Christmas Day PTO LEAVE All full-time employees shall accrue Paid Time Off (PTO) Leave in accordance with the following formula: Years of Employment Hours Per Year 0 through the end of the 4th year 180 5 years through the end of the 10th year 200 11 years through the end of the 15th year 220 16 years and over 240 For additional information please view Nassau County's Policies & Procedures .
Nassau County, FL
NASSAU COUNTY, Florida, United States
Description Advanced and highly responsible position performing and supervising complex projects and long-range planning in a fast-growing County that prides itself on innovative planning practices. General responsibilities include performing the review of development applications in multiple master planned areas, directing teams in developing master and special area plans, evaluating and formulating land use and transportation strategies, conducting policy research, analyzing and appraising elements of the Comprehensive Plan, and preparing written analyses and presentations of development applications and proposals. This employee will often be the team lead on planning projects of various kinds. Examples of Duties Manages, organizes, plans, prepares, evaluates and implements complex planning projects. Provides direction and support to other departments, the development community, and the general public regarding development requirements and land use projects. Supervises, directs, coordinates, assigns and implements department work plans and assignments. Delegates responsibility and appropriate authority to assigned staff. Represents the County at various community meetings. Oversees staffing support to the Essential Housing Advisory Committee. Represents the County at various community meetings. Reviews, develops, and prepares updates to the County’s Comprehensive Plan and Land Development Code to ensure updates meet County goals and follow state and federal regulations. Oversees special annual projects and long-range planning activities. Coordinates and promotes department’s work with other County departments, local, regional, and state planning agencies and organizations by providing technical assistance related to County projects, procedures, goals, and objectives. Conducts internal and external customer service providing feedback on applications and resolving issues. Prepares Evaluation and Appraisal Review (EAR) based on amendments to the Comprehensive Plan as mandated by State law. Prepares draft ordinances and amendments to ordinances. Responds to public inquiries both orally and in writing. Assists with development review as needed. Reviews and analyzes reports, studies, and other documents. Attends and participates in various meetings for agenda items relevant to design and plan review. Makes presentations to the Planning and Zoning Board, Conditional Use and Variance Board, the Board of County Commissioners and citizens’ groups as required; provides technical assistance regarding planning and design issues. Performs general office/administrative work as required, including preparing reports and correspondence, copying and filing documents, answering the telephone, attending meetings, etc. Interacts and communicates with various groups and individuals such as the immediate supervisor, co-workers, County personnel, engineers, contractors, consultants, architects, Board members, community/civic organizations and the general public. Operates a vehicle and a variety of equipment, which may include a computer, telephone, calculator, copier, etc. Attends and remains at work regularly and adheres to policies and procedures regarding absenteeism and tardiness. Provides adequate notice to higher management with respect to vacation time and leave requests. Performs related duties as required. (These major job duties are not a complete statement of all duties required of the job. Employees will be required to perform such other related job duties as may be assigned or required.) Typical Qualifications Requires a Master’s Degree in Urban Planning, Landscape Architecture or related field, six (6) years experience in urban/municipal planning and design, or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience that provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities. Must obtain an American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP) certification within twenty-four (24) months from date of hire. Must possess a valid State Driver's License. Supplemental Information Knowledge of the methods, policies and procedures of the Department and County as they pertain to the performance duties of the Principal Planner. Knowledge of the functions and interrelationships of the County and other Governmental agencies. Knowledge in the laws, ordinances, standards and regulations pertaining to the specific duties and responsibilities of the position. Knowledge of various disciplines related to urban planning, including growth management, statutes, demographics, land use development, economics/economic development, zoning, etc. Knowledge of codes and regulations governing permitting activities. Ability to make sound, educated decisions. Ability to offer training and assistance to co-workers and employees of other departments as required. Ability to plan and develop daily, short-term and long-term goals related to County purposes. Ability to take the initiative to complete the duties of the position without the need of direct supervision. Ability to plan, organize and prioritize daily assignments and work activities. Ability to learn and utilize new skills and information to improve job performance and efficiency. Knowledge of proper English usage, punctuation, spelling and grammar. Knowledge of modern office practices and technology. Ability to use a computer for word and data processing. Ability to perform required mathematical calculations. Ability to read and interpret complex materials pertaining to the responsibilities of the job. Ability to assemble and analyze information and prepare reports and records in a concise, clear and effective manner. Ability to communicate both orally and in writing. Knowledge of the terminology and various professional languages used within the Department. Ability to maintain effective relationships with professionals, members of the public, and co-workers and personnel in other departments through contact and cooperation. Ability to react calmly and quickly in difficult and emergency situations. Ability to work under stressful conditions as required. Essential Physical Skills: Tasks require extended periods of time at a keyboard or workstation. Stooping Sitting Kneeling Bending Crouching Reaching Standing Walking Lifting and carrying up to 20 lbs. Pushing and pulling Climbing on ladders, on steps or on the ground (Reasonable accommodations will be made for otherwise qualified individuals with a disability) Work Environment: Works inside in an office environment. Knowledge of the occupational hazards and safety precautions of the industry. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: Incomplete applications will not be considered. Applications will continue to be received until the listed closing date or the position is filled, whichever is earliest. Submission of an application does not guarantee the applicant an interview. Applicants will be subject to a criminal background check. Nassau County is an Equal Opportunity Employer and a Drug Free Workplace. Nassau County values the service veterans and their family members have given to our country and that the County supports the hiring of returning service members, military spouses, and their family members as such this position is eligible for Veterans’ Preference in accordance with applicable laws. The information on this description has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work performed by employees within this classification. It is not designed to contain or be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, environmental conditions, or qualifications required of employees assigned to this position. This position may be required to work in a safety sensitive capacity at any time based on emergency declaration or other operational need. Nassau County reserves the right to edit or re-write this job description at any time. An organization is only as good as the people it employs. To attract and retain the best team possible, the Nassau County Board of County Commissioners offers a competitive benefit program. We believe that if we expect our employees to support the County, we must first support the health and financial well-being of our employees and their families, now and as they plan for their future. BOCC-Contributed Benefits Medical & Prescription Drugs Benefits Health Savings Account (HSA) Contributions with a Qualified Plan Florida Retirement System Employee Assistance Program Tuition Assistance Program Optional Benefits Dental Vision Life & AD&D Supplemental & Dependent Life & AD&D Insurance Long Term Disability Voluntary Benefits Offered By Aflac and/or Colonial 457(b) Deferred Compensation Program Roth IRA NOTE: For detailed information regarding available benefits click here. FLORIDA RETIREMENT SYSTEM (FRS) The Florida Retirement System is a retirement plan designed to provide an income to a vested employee and his/her family when the employee retires, becomes partially or totally disabled, or dies prior to retirement. A defined benefit or defined contribution option may be chosen by the employee. Employees are required to contribute 3% of their salary per Florida Statute. TUITION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM The County may provide tuition assistance to cover the cost of tuition and books to County employees requesting tuition reimbursement for courses at an accredited college or university which are applicable to the employee's field of work and/or are of such nature to directly prepare employees for positions of greater responsibility within the County. Contact the Human Resources Office for additional details. HOLIDAYS The following, as well as any other days the BOCC may declare, are designated as official holidays for County Employees: New Year's Day Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Presidents Day Good Friday Memorial Day Juneteenth Independence Day Labor Day Veterans Day Thanksgiving Day The Day After Thanksgiving Christmas Eve Christmas Day PTO LEAVE All full-time employees shall accrue Paid Time Off (PTO) Leave in accordance with the following formula: Years of Employment Hours Per Year 0 through the end of the 4th year 180 5 years through the end of the 10th year 200 11 years through the end of the 15th year 220 16 years and over 240 For additional information please view Nassau County's Policies & Procedures . Closing Date/Time: 12/6/2023 11:59 PM Eastern
SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY, CA
San Bernardino, California, United States
The Job Be an agent of change and make a difference in delivering health and wellness to millions of residents. Join a team that is passionate about the services they provide and is committed to making a difference throughout San Bernardino County. The San Bernardino County Department of Behavioral Health invites qualified professionals to apply for the position of Behavioral Health Emergency Planning Specialist* who functions as a community planning/liaison specialist. Incumbents develop and maintain emergency response plans for the provision of emergency behavioral health care services; prepares public and private partners for pandemic events, bio-terrorism attacks, hazardous materials or other natural disasters such as earthquake, wildfire, flood, landslides, and severe weather; and develop and ensure compliance with state and federal guidelines. Key responsibilities may include: Training and Education: Organizing and delivering training and educational programs to enhance their preparedness and response capabilities during health emergencies including CPR/BLS. Planning, Research, and Coordination: Developing and coordinating comprehensive emergency response plans that outline the procedures and protocols. Resource Allocation : Assessing resource needs and allocation strategies. Collaboration : Working with a wide variety of staff, Behavioral Health programs, and outside agencies to meet shared goals. Exercise and Drills: Organizing and participating in regular exercises and drills to test the effectiveness of emergency response plans and identify areas for improvement. Reporting: Preparing and submitting required reports to leadership, agencies, programs, and/or other departments. Emergency Response: Serving as a key team member for the Department of Behavioral Health and acting as a Department Operations Center (DOC) Coordinator during emergency activations. *Official Title: Medical Emergency Planning Specialist For additional details, please refer to the Medical Emergency Planning Specialist job description. CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT Emergency Activations: Due to the nature of emergency management operations, these positions may be required to work extended hours including nights, weekends, holidays and may work substantial overtime as needed during emergency activations. In addition to administrative/annual leave, this assignment is eligible for compensating time off for approved overtime hours worked. Travel: The incumbent will be required to use their personal vehicle to travel to various office locations as needed (mileage reimbursement is available). At the time of hire, a valid California Class C driver license and proof of automobile liability insurance must be produced and maintained for the individual providing the transportation and maintained throughout employment. Pre-Employment Process: Applicants selected for these positions must pass a background investigation which may include verification of education and employment history. Applicants are also required to pass a work related physical exam and drug screening. Minimum Requirements Applicants must meet BOTH the education and experience requirements in ONE of the following options: OPTION 1: EDUCATION: A completed Bachelor's degree obtained from an accredited institution in Health Science, Biology, Biomedical Sciences, Behavioral Health, Psychology, Occupational Health and Safety, Industrial Hygiene, Emergency Management, Epidemiology, Public Administration, Healthcare Administration, Sociology, Business Administration, Communications, or closely related field of study. Note: Qualifying degree or coursework must have been completed at a college or university accredited by an accrediting association recognized by the United States Department of Education. Degrees or coursework completed outside the U.S. must be accompanied by an evaluation report from a reputable credential evaluation service showing equivalency to degrees or coursework completed at a college or university accredited by any accrediting association recognized by the United States Department of Education. -- AND-- EXPERIENCE: One (1) year of full-time equivalent experience in a health care, public health, health education, or emergency services program. Qualifying experience must include program planning, development, implementation, and/or evaluation. Note: Experience gained as a disaster worker or reassigned worker during an emergency response such as the COVID-19 pandemic may be considered qualifying and should be clearly listed on the work experience section of the application to be considered. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- OPTION 2: EDUCATION: Thirty (30) semester (45 quarter) units of completed college coursework in Health Science, Biology, Biomedical Sciences, Behavioral Health, Psychology, Occupational Health and Safety, Industrial Hygiene, Emergency Management, Epidemiology, Public Administration, Healthcare Administration, Sociology, Business Administration, Communications, or closely related field of study. (A list of completed college coursework must be submitted with the application if the candidate does not possess a Bachelor's degree or higher in one (1) of the fields of study listed above. Unofficial transcripts are accepted.) Note: Qualifying degree or coursework must have been completed at a college or university accredited by an accrediting association recognized by the United States Department of Education. Degrees or coursework completed outside the U.S. must be accompanied by an evaluation report from a reputable credential evaluation service showing equivalency to degrees or coursework completed at a college or university accredited by any accrediting association recognized by the United States Department of Education. -- AND-- EXPERIENCE: Three (3) years of full-time equivalent experience in a health care, public health, health education, or emergency services program. Qualifying experience must include program planning, development, implementation, and/or evaluation. Note: Experience gained as a disaster worker or reassigned worker during an emergency response such as the COVID-19 pandemic may be considered qualifying and should be clearly listed on the work experience section of the application to be considered. Desired Qualifications The ideal applicant will possess a Master's degree in one of the qualifying fields, multiple years of experience in a behavioral health setting, emergency management, or Incident Command System (ICS) training. The ideal applicant will also possess experience in conducting presentations (for large and small audiences), emergency preparedness exercises, and trainings. Experience with co-management of the Department Operations Center (DOC) during emergency activations, and maintaining the adequate communication with Department and Countywide partners with respect to emergencies/disasters is highly desirable. Applicants fluent in American Sign Language, Arabic, Korean, Mandarin, Spanish, Tagalog, and/or Vietnamese are strongly encouraged to apply. Additional compensation is associated with positions requiring the use of bilingual skills. Testing of bilingual skills may be required to receive additional compensation. Selection Process There will be a competitive evaluation of qualifications based on the information provided in the Application and the Supplemental Questionnaire. You are encouraged to include detailed descriptions of your qualifying experience , as only the most highly qualified applicants will be referred to the Department. Please ensure all relevant experience is indicated in the Application and responses to the Supplemental Questionnaire, as resumes and other attachments will not be reviewed for the competitive evaluation. Completing your application with statements such as "see/refer to resume" or "see attached" rather than completing your work history may affect your eligibility or competitive evaluation score. Be sure to clearly describe your experience in meeting the minimum requirements. 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 computer or browser used to submit the application. EEO/ADA: S an 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 (Download PDF reader) 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: 12/8/2023 5:00 PM Pacific
CITY OF SUNNYVALE, CA
Sunnyvale, California, United States
Description PRINCIPAL NETWORK & SYSTEMS ENGINEER Regular, Full-Time Employment Opportunity The City of Sunnyvale is seeking a service-oriented Principal Network & Systems Engineer for the Information Technology Department. The incumbent will lead the Network & Systems team. The team focuses on network, storage, and server support along with working on IT Infrastructure projects. Strong customer service business-to-technical skills and experience in implementing and supporting complex network and systems infrastructure, troubleshooting issues, performing systems analysis, and multi-tasking are essential for this role. This position interacts with department staff and the ideal candidate should demonstrate an exceptional ability to communicate with IT and business staff, consultants, contractors, public, and other project stakeholders effectively and efficiently. The Information Technology Department (ITD) provides secure, reliable and integrated technology solutions in alignment with the needs and goals throughout the city in a timely manner, while delivering excellence in customer service. Within the department, the Infrastructure Services Division manages the City's server and storage platform, network (voice and data) infrastructure, desktops and laptops, emergency and non-emergency radios, operating system for all hardware, desktop applications and email in a manner that enables City Staff to support the City's operations effectively and efficiently. Under general direction of an Information Technology Manager, supervises, leads, coordinates, monitors, performs and supports multiple information technology areas that may include one or more citywide data center activities and systems of data, voice, radio, video networks, and/or server solutions; revises, improves, updates, and maintains existing systems under the appropriate Service Level Agreements (SLAs); participates in and/or manages infrastructure, system implementation or client services projects to include schedule and resource planning; provides training and technical support to technical staff and end users; closely coordinates and works with departmental managers, system owners, end-users, public officials, the public, vendors, and project teams; executes the Information Technology Strategic Plan; assists in the development and management of the unit's performance measures and budget; supervises and manages staff within the unit; operates as the subject matter expert; and performs other duties as assigned. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS Principal Network & Systems Engineer is the highest level in the classification series. The classification of Principal Network & Systems Engineer is distinguished from the higher-level Information Technology Manager in that the Information Technology Manager is responsible for the overall administration of the division. This classification is further distinguished from the lower-level Senior Network & Systems Engineer in that the Principal Network & Systems Engineer is assigned the most complex duties and responsibilities of the positions in the series, works independently to complete operational and project tasks, may lead IT projects, and/or may have full supervisory responsibility. The Network & Systems Engineer classification series has three (3) distinct areas of focus listed below and all are assigned to the appropriate unit within the Infrastructure Services Division. To be hired as a Principal Network & Systems Engineer classification, the candidate must demonstrate the minimum qualifications with an emphasis in all three of the areas of focus below: Voice and Data Networking: Responsible for configuring and modifying the configuration of the City's voice and data networks to meet evolving and ongoing functional needs of City departments. Telecommunications: Responsible for configuring and modifying the configuration of the City's telecommunications to meet evolving and ongoing functional needs of City departments. Radio Networking: Responsible for configuring and modifying the configuration of the City's radio networks to meet evolving and ongoing functional needs of City departments. System Administration: Responsible for configuring and modifying the configuration of the City's server and storage systems to meet evolving and ongoing functional needs of City departments. Automate data exchange between related, but separate systems, including external interfaces to transfer data to and from vendors Essential Job Functions (May include, but are not limited to, the following): Supervises assigned IT staff; provides mentorship, guidance and direction; prepares and delivers evaluations of assigned staff. Plan, prioritize, assign, supervise and review the work of assigned staff. Participate in the selection of staff; provide or coordinate staff training; motivate staff and manage effective teams. Assists in the development and implementation of department and unit goals, objectives policies and procedures and correspondingly aligns to goals of assigned staff. Oversees the planning, design, installation, and supports data center activities and systems of data, voice, radio and video network infrastructures, IT equipment, servers, storage and applications to achieve optimum performance and security. Communicates effectively with internal clients and vendors to identify needs and evaluate alternative business solutions. Performs structured and complex analyses, designs and develops integrated information flow. Completes own service requests in a timely manner and provides support to end users, assigns service requests, incidents and problem tickets to team members. Ensures team contributions to the department's performance/service metrics. Defines standards of appropriate usage and performance of systems accordingly. Researches, designs, develops security and integrity of infrastructure and client device systems to ensure protection from inappropriate access or destruction to include disaster recovery and business continuity. Develops and executes preventive maintenance programs identifying weaknesses of current system to determine critical server/storage or network issues, including cybersecurity. Develops contract specifications, coordinates services and monitors terms and agreements provided by vendors and independent contractors. Recommends, evaluates, and monitors the acquisition and operational cost of network and server related items to obtain the best results, meet budget guidelines, and ensure system compatibility. Manages and monitors tasks related to projects or system implementations. Coaches, mentors, and trains other city staff through both formal and informal training programs. Oversees, develops, and maintains technical system documentation and develops and provides training programs and materials to end-users and other technical staff. Ensures completion of technical documentation by subordinates. Develops and executes project plans based on standard Project Management guidelines, and leads or participates in projects according to the plan, to include carrying out the IT Strategic Plan (ITSP). Evaluates operations and activities of assigned responsibilities; recommends improvements and modifications; prepares various reports on operations and activities. Participate in budget preparation and administration for projects, operations or technology investments; monitor and control expenditures. WORKING CONDITIONS Position requires prolonged sitting, standing, walking, kneeling, crawling, squatting and stooping in the performance of daily activities. The position also requires repetitive hand movement and fine motor coordination in performing computer installation and repair and preparing reports using a computer keyboard. Additionally, the position requires both near and far vision when repairing and installing computers, and color vision is required to accurately interpret visual displays and voice and data wiring color code standards. The nature of the work also requires the ability to climb ladders, drive motorized vehicles and work in small spaces. Acute hearing is required when communicating by telephone and in person. The need to lift, drag and push equipment and materials weighing up to 50 pounds is also required. Some of these requirements may be accommodated for otherwise qualified individuals requiring and requesting such accommodation. Minimum Qualifications Education and Experience: The minimum qualifications for education and experience can be met in one of the following ways: A Technology Certificate from an accredited college or trade school in information technology, computer and information research science, computer engineering, computer information systems, network architecture, network and computer systems administration, telecommunications administrations, electronic engineering technology, technology project management or closely related field AND eight years of experience in any two of the focus areas; OR An Associate's degree or have completed 60 semester or 90 quarter units at an accredited college or university in systems administration, network systems administration, business information systems, computer science, information technology or closely related field AND eight years of experience in any two of the focus areas; OR A Bachelor's degree or four years of full-time post-secondary education from an accredited college or university with concentration in computer science, computer engineering, information technology, engineering, or closely related field; AND seven years of experience in any two of the focus areas OR At least two of Cisco Certified Internetwork Expert (CCIE), NetApp Certified Implementation Engineer (NCIE), Palo Alto Networks (PAN) Accredited Configuration Engineer (ACE), Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) certificate, VMWare Certified Professional (VCP), Cisco Certified Design Associate (CCDA) or Microsoft Certified Solutions Engineer (MCSE) certification AND eight years of experience in any two of the focus areas NOTE: A Master's of Science degree in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Computer Information Systems, Public Administration, Business Administration or related field may be substituted for one year of experience. Knowledge of: Principles and practices of excellent customer service. Principles and practices of IT Infrastructure Library (ITIL). Principles and practices of IT Service Management (ITSM) systems to include Incident/Problem Management; Request Fulfilment; Knowledgebase; Asset Management and IT Service Catalogs. Network traffic and performance parameters. Principles of VoIP and standard telephony. Principles of radio networks and frequencies The installation and management of relational databases. Methods and procedures of systems administration and security and integrity maintenance. Connectivity, system integration, and network design. Structure development, features, and access including configurations protocol and interfacing. Current developments and trends of network technologies. Principles and methods of system and network storage management. Local Area Network wiring and distribution methods. Wide Areas Networking Connectivity utilizing leased services, fiber backbone, and wireless transports. Principles and practices of budget monitoring. Principles and practices of supervision, training and performance evaluation. Methods and techniques to motivate staff and manage effective teams. Applicable industry and safety codes and standards. Cybersecurity practices and procedures. Principles of project management. Ability to: Provide excellent customer service. Supervise, coach, guide and mentor team members. Communicate effectively, orally and in writing. Analyze network/system problems by developing and using appropriate test structures and related diagnostics. Assess the risks and costs of IT operations and developing cost-efficient solutions. Translate user defined requirements into specifications and features. Supervise the work of subordinate employees and maintain functional relationships with a variety of other technical and non-technical staff. Design and perform server administration activities. Lead complex network and server/storage design projects in support of the IT Strategic Plan and City goals. Establish, maintain, and promote positive and effective working relationships with employees, other agencies and the public; work independently and as a member of a team. Effectively organize, prioritize, follow-up, and use good judgment on work assignments to meet established deadlines. Determine needs for and/or develop administrative/operational policy proposals. Perform alternative cost/benefit analysis for network or server/storage enhancement or replacement and provide recommendations. Develop and maintains technical system documentation. Assist in contract development and negotiation and manage vendor performance. Develop and provides training and materials to end-users and other technical staff. Respond to cybersecurity issues and remediate in a timely manner. Serve as a client liaison to identify and define project requirements, scope and objectives. Develop project plans based on standard Project Management guidelines, and leads or participates in projects according to the plan, in support of the IT Strategic Plan. Willingness to: Provide emergency response to reduce downtime, correct errors or monitor vendor activity surrounding critical system failures, off-hours scheduled maintenance downtime or work on call on a scheduled and as needed basis. Provide services in different geographical locations throughout the City as requested by users or needed. Licenses/Certificates: Possession and maintenance of a valid class C California driver's license and a safe driving record, or the ability to provide alternate transportation which is approved by the appointing authority. Possession and maintenance of Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) certificate. Possession and maintenance of VMWare Certified Professional (VCP) certificate. DESIRABLE QUALIFICATIONS Public sector employment experience. Proven track record of implementing new network or server solutions within an organization and/or successfully maintaining a complex network. Proven track record of motivating teams and providing supervision to high-performing teams. Proficient in the following: Active Directory; Dell Server Hardware; Windows Server OS; VMWare vSphere; Storage Area Networks; Email Administration; SQL; DNS; DHCP. Possession of NetApp Certified Implementation Engineer (NCIE) certificate. Possession of NetApp Certified Data Administrator (NCDA) certificate. Possession of Palo Alto Networks Accredited Configuration Engineer (ACE) certificate. Possession and maintenance of Palo Alto Networks Accredited Configuration Engineer (ACE) certificate. Possession and maintenance of Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP) certificate. Possession and maintenance of Cisco Certified Design Associate (CCDA) certificate. Possession and maintenance of Microsoft Certified Solutions Expert (MCSE): Server Infrastructure level. Application and Selection Process APPLICATION PROCESS The application period closes on Thursday, January 4, 2024, at 5:00 pm (postmarks or faxes are not accepted). Candidates are asked to fully describe any training, education, experience, or skills relevant to this position. Electronic applications may be submitted online through the City's employment page at https://sunnyvale.ca.gov , and click on 'City jobs'. Late or incomplete applications will not be accepted. EXAM PROCESS Applications will be competitively screened based on the minimum qualifications of this position. Based upon a review of the application materials, the most qualified candidates will be invited to participate in the oral examination process scheduled for January 17 or January 18, 2024. (Note: The examination process may be changed as deemed necessary by the Director of Human Resources). SELECTION PROCESS Those candidates that receive a passing score on the examination will be placed on an eligibility list for up to one year, in accordance with the City's Civil Service Rules and Administrative Policies. Top candidates on the eligibility list will be invited to participate in a selection interview with the department tentatively scheduled from January 29-31, 2024 . Any candidate that is selected by the hiring department will be required to successfully complete a pre-employment process, which may consist of a background history check, as well as a medical exam(s) administered by a City selected physician(s) before hire. Prior to starting work, all newly-hired employees will be fingerprinted to check conviction history. A conviction history will not necessarily disqualify an applicant from appointment; however, failure to disclose conviction history will result in refusal of employment or termination. Positions which are covered by the Department of Transportation regulations are required to submit to a pre-employment drug test and to random drug and alcohol testing. INFORMATION ABOUT PROOF OF EDUCATION Please note: Any successful candidate, selected by the hiring department will be required to submit proof of education (i.e. original copy of the diploma or college/university transcripts). ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Positions in this job classification are represented by the Sunnyvale Employees Association (SEA). The information contained within this announcement may be modified or revoked without notice and does not constitute either an expressed or implied contract. The City of Sunnyvale is an Equal Opportunity Employer. It is the policy of the City of Sunnyvale not to discriminate against all qualified applicants or employees on the basis of actual or perceived race, religion (including religious dress or grooming practice), color, sex (includes gender, pregnancy, childbirth, medical conditions related to pregnancy or childbirth, breastfeeding or medical conditions related to breastfeeding), gender identity and/or gender expression, sexual orientation (including heterosexuality, homosexuality and bisexuality), ethnic or national origin, ancestry, citizenship status, uniformed service member status, marital status, family relationship, age, cancer or HIV/AIDS related medical condition, genetic characteristics and/or genetic information, and physical or mental disability. Applicants needing special accommodations for testing should submit a request to the Department of Human Resources at time of application. Summary of Sunnyvale's Employees Association SEA Notice of CFRA (California Family Rights Act) Rights and Obligations Closing Date/Time: 1/4/2024 5:00 PM Pacific
City of Portland, Oregon
Portland, Oregon, United States
The Position Job Appointment: Full-Time Work Schedule: Mon-Fri. 8-5P, alternate schedule may be available after probation Work Location: Hybrid/work location:1120 SW 5th Ave. Portland OR 97204 Benefits: Please check our benefits tab for an overview of benefits for this position Language Pay Premium Eligible: This position is or may be eligible for Language Pay Differential for qualifying employees. Union Representation: This classification was recently recognized as represented by a new labor union, City of Portland Professional Workers (CPPW). Terms and Conditions are currently being negotiated as part of a new CPPW collective bargaining agreement. To view current labor agreements, please visit https://www.portland.gov/bhr/employee-relations/labor-relations/labor-agreements . Application Material: Please click APPLY to submit your application via the City of Portland’s online portal. You will need respond to the supplemental questions (3) and attach a resume and cover letter. Position Summary Our Interior Designer & Planner plays a key technical role for the Facilities’ Moves, Additions and Construction team. At a high level, the position’s responsibilities include occupancy planning through supporting our bureau tenants as they reimagine how to better-use bureau and shared spaces. The position is responsible for developing project scope and space plans for our City workspaces as bureaus change their physical footprints, culminating in programming, planning, and creating space and design documents. The position is responsible for move coordination of small, medium, and large bureau moves within City-owned or leased spaces and managing small projects through construction and/or installation completion. The Interior Designer & Planner also owns the responsibility of developing and maintaining Facilities’ interior design and furniture standards and updating as-built base record drawings and BOMA (Building Owners & Managers Association) drawings and liaise with BOMA consultants to ensure OMF’s facility drawings and square footage calculations are accurate for rent calculations. As an Interior Designer & Planner, you will: Occupancy planning, supporting our bureau tenants as they reimagine how to better-use bureau spaces (primarily office spaces, with occasional light commercial, and industrial spaces), working collaboratively with the bureau customers, the City’s Financial Analysts, Technology and Security staff Develop project scope and design interior workspaces consistent and compliant with code and facilities standards. Utilize CAD in space planning and design for permitting and construction documents and/or handoff programming and concept designs (medium to large scale projects) to construction project managers for further development and completion Coordinate small, medium, and large bureau moves within City-owned or leased office spaces working collaboratively with bureau customers, and the City’s Technology staff. Contract and manage move and furniture vendors, and contractors to successfully complete moves. Manage small projects through construction and/or installation Create and maintain technical standards and specifications such as OMF’s furniture standard and interior design standards. Point of contact for Bureau of Human Resource ADA accommodation requests Verify existing field conditions within the OMF buildings portfolio Distribute as-builts and square footage calculations as needed Understand BOMA drawings and liaise with BOMA consultants to ensure OMF facility drawings and square footage calculations are accurate for rent calculations About the Division: OMF Facilities Services is housed in the Division of Asset Management (DAM), a 140-person division of the City of Portland’s Office of Management and Finance (OMF). OMF Facilities Services manages over 4 million square feet of City-owned assets valued at $725 million, including the City’s highest-profile civic facilities. The organization provides facility operations and maintenance services, capital project development and management services, and property management and leasing services for City bureaus. The organization is also responsible for long-range capital and real estate planning and the prudent financial management of OMF’s facility asset portfolio. Questions? Jaclyn Snyder, Senior Recruiter Bureau of Human Resources email@example.com To Qualify The following minimum qualifications are required for this position: Experience with Computer Aided Design (CAD) and general office software. Experience producing all common interior project drawings and managing all common interior standards. Experience with space design principals and the required technical skills to complete the work. Experience providing project planning and management for facility space designs for a wide variety of client types. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships and collaboration with internal and external stakeholders in a multicultural workforce. Although not required the following are preferred qualifications: 5+ years in commercial interior design and a degree in interior design or interior architecture from an accredited program Industry certifications that may include LEED AP, NCIDQ accreditation or certification and/or IIDA membership High level of customer service The Recruitment Process STEP 1: Apply online between November 27, 2 023 -December 18, 2023 Required Application Materials: Resume Cover Letter Answer to three (3) Supplemental Questions (click on the Questions tab to preview the questions) Optional Application Materials: If you would like to request Veteran's Preference, please submit your Veteran documents (ex, DD214-Member 4, VA Benefit Letter, etc) by the closing date of the recruitment. Application Tips: Your cover letter 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 résumé should support the details described in your cover letter. Salary Range/Equity Pay Analysis : Please note per the Oregon State Pay Equity Law your salary is determined based on the experience and education listed in your resume/application. It is strongly encouraged to include any transferable experience (paid or unpaid regardless of how recent) to ensure your offer is reflective of all directly related and equivalent experience. Do not attach any additional documents. 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. E-mailed and/or faxed applications will not be accepted. Step 2: Minimum Qualification Evaluation: December 18, 2023- December 20, 2023 An evaluation of each applicant's training, paid and unpaid experience, as demonstrated in their cover letter, and resume, weighted 100%. Your cover letter and résumé will be the basis for our evaluation of your qualifications for this position. Incomplete or inappropriate information may result in disqualification. You have 14 days from the notice of the minimum qualification evaluation results to let us know if you would like to review and discuss your evaluation result. Please read the City of Portland Administrative Rule 3.01 for complete information. Additional evaluation may be required prior to establishment of the eligible list and/or final selection. Step 3: Establishment of Eligible List: December 22-December 28, 2023 Candidates who meet the minimum qualifications will be placed on the equally ranked eligible list. Step 4: Selection (Interview): early January, 2024 Hiring bureau will review and select candidates for an interview Please note, the selection process may take up to 90 days from the notification of being placed on the eligible list. Step 5: Offer of Employment: mid/end January, 2024 Some positions will require those offered employment to complete and sign a criminal background statement before being considered for employment. (Include if requires an in-depth background investigation.) Step 6: Start Date: late January-early February 2024 A start date will be determined after all conditions of employment have been met. *Timeline is approximate and subject to change. Additional Information Click here for additional information regarding the following: City of Portland Core Values Recruitment Process - Work Status Equal Employment Opportunity Veteran Preference ADA, Pregnancy, and Religious Accommodations An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer A Career with the City of Portland offers many Employee Benefits We offer a comprehensive benefits package, including but not limited to Health Care (Medical, Vision and Dental) Carrot Fertility Wellness Benefits Life Insurance Short- and Long-term disability coverage to eligible employees and their families. Employee Assistance Plan Flexible Spending Accounts Retirement Oregon Public Employees Retirement System (PERS), including contributions to the PERS IAP plan paid by employer Family Medical Leave City Paid Parental Leave AND SO MANY MORE! Benefits may vary depending on bargaining unit and employment status. Click here to review the many different benefits the City of Portland offers . Closing Date/Time: 12/18/2023 11:59 PM Pacific
City of Dallas, TX
Dallas, TX, USA
Dallas, Texas (Pop. 1,304,442) seeks an experienced, dynamic, and visionary leader to serve as the next Director of the Department of Planning and Urban Design. The City of Dallas is the 9th largest city in the country and a highly diverse city with an engaged community. In addition to its ethnic diversity, it is home to a wide variety of industries, businesses, educational institutions, and tourist attractions. To lead the Department of Planning and Urban Design, the City seeks highly motivated candidates with senior executive experience in a dynamic and fast-paced environment of similar complexity. Candidates should demonstrate leadership ability in both internal operations as well as with diverse external partners. This position requires a forward thinking and innovative leader who is also able to focus on engaging diverse neighborhoods, supporting staff development, and promoting social and economic equity and opportunity.
The Director of Planning and Urban Design reports to the Assistant City Manager. The City of Dallas operates under a Council-Manager form of municipal government. The primary function for this full-time position is to oversee and direct the City’s long-range planning, zoning, historic preservation, urban design, and code amendment teams and programs to support equitable growth and development. The City of Dallas has prioritized updating and modernizing its planning and development tools by embarking on a community driven update to ForwardDallas, its comprehensive land use plan; recently adopting a master redevelopment plan for Hensley Field, a former US Naval airfield; infusing racial equity into an updated Historic and Cultural Preservation Plan, and undertaking a comprehensive review and reform of the City’s zoning ordinance. The City has invested in new systems and processes to lay a solid foundation for the next Director of Planning and Urban Design to continue to build this dynamic team of diverse planners and further advance the Department’s vision and progress.
The Director is responsible for approximately 67 employees in a service culture that is guided by five core values:
Empathy – We demonstrate compassion by listening and understanding.
Ethics – We believe in being transparent, open, and honest.
Excellence – We are committed to continuous improvement.
Engagement – We seek intentional connections in our communities.
Equity – We understand the diverse needs of the community we serve.
Bachelor’s degree in Planning, Business Administration, Urban Design, Community Development, or a related field.
Ten (10) years of progressively responsible work experience in urban planning, architecture, or urban design development and/or redevelopment, public administration, or a related field.
Experience in local government
Experience with public-private partnerships.
The current salary range for the Director of Planning and Urban Design is $138,755 to $208,133 based upon experience. The deadline for applications will occur on January 5, 2024. To apply, candidates must submit a comprehensive resume, cover letter and current contact information for five professional references to www.GovHRjobs.com . Candidates may contact the recruiter, Charlene Stevens, Executive Vice President for Recruitment Services, 224-326-1290.
This recruitment incorporates existing rules and regulations that govern public sector recruitments in the State of Texas.
City of Calistoga
Calistoga, CA, USA
Do you appreciate service-oriented communities where neighbors help their neighbors? Do you love delectable farm-to-table food and award-winning wines? Do you adore charming small cities with vibrant downtowns? Are you ready to serve every day in a destination community that most only get to visit for mere days at a time? Then consider Calistoga for your next career opportunity! The City of Calistoga, known as the “Crown of Napa Valley”, is located at the northern end of the Napa Valley, 75 miles from San Francisco. A serene valley nestled among beautiful mountains, Calistoga has all the charm of a small town while possessing that expected level of sophistication associated with world-class tourist destinations. The City is approximately 2.6 square miles with a diverse estimated population of approximately 5,200. The City's primary economic base is tourism. Residents and visitors alike enjoy Calistoga’s walkable downtown, safe neighborhoods, health and wellness options, and outdoor recreation. The vineyards and commercial wineries, fine shops, cafes and restaurants, world famous mineral hot springs, local museum, and tourist accommodations featuring mud baths and spa treatments combine to make the City of Calistoga an ideal place to live as well as a destination for tourists from around the world.
Under administrative direction, the Planning and Building Director is responsible for organizing, managing, and providing directions for all functions and activities of the Planning and Building Department. This includes planning, permitting, building inspection, code compliance, and special projects. The City of Calistoga is seeking an experienced professional with strong project management skills and a desire to achieve the City Council’s goals which include creating a community that can provide sufficient housing for those who work in the community while also maintaining Calistoga’s distinctive small-town charm. The ideal candidate will be a terrific listener, strategic thinker, and creative problem solver with a hands-on approach. The position requires excellent communication skills and the ability to build relationships and collaborate. The City is seeking someone who is experienced in having frequent interaction with the City Manager, citizen advisory bodies, and the general public. Those with excellent diplomacy, a commitment to public service, and who are politically astute but apolitical will be ideal.
The salary range for the Planning and Building Director position is $187,736 – $228,190. The City also offers an attractive benefits package. If you are interested in this outstanding opportunity, please visit our website at www.bobmurrayassoc.com to apply online. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to call Gary Phillips at (916) 784-9080. Filing Deadline: January 7, 2024.
CITY OF BIRMINGHAM, AL
Birmingham, Alabama, United States
ATTENTION Merit System Employees: Do not apply through this site. If you are a current Merit System employee, please click HERE to log into the internal career site. Grade 22 Click HERE for Salary Ranges CLOSE DATE 12/08/2023 SUMMARY Principal Engineering Construction Inspectors working within the Merit System are responsible for examining and reviewing the plans of construction and maintenance projects to determine compliance with existing laws, regulations, and professional standards. They conduct and oversee the inspection of construction and maintenance projects involving public infrastructure such as drainage structures, sanitary sewers, roads, bridges, subdivisions, utilities, etc. They also oversee and approve contractors’ work on public infrastructure projects (e.g., subdivisions, sewer lines, bridges, roads) by reviewing inspectors' reports, approving payment to contractors, and ensuring the appropriate quality and quantity of materials are used or removed according to specifications. Their work involves planning and reviewing the work of employees who apply engineering practices and principles to a variety of public works assignments. They work under the general direction of a supervisor who reviews work through periodic reports of the status of projects, completeness, and adherence to policies and procedures. TYPICAL JOB DUTIES: Supervises staff by assigning and distributing work, directing staff in their job duties, monitoring progress of work, providing feedback and/or training. Procures and/or manages inventory (i.e., supplies and equipment) to ensure the products and services are available to meet the operational needs of each department. Examines and reviews plans of construction and maintenance projects in order to determine the needs of the project and identify appropriate staff to assign projects to. Oversees inspections of construction and maintenance work on public infrastructure facilities which may include drainage structures, sanitary sewers, roads, bridges, subdivisions, and utilities to ensure that projects are completed according to job specifications. Oversees and approves contractors’ work on public infrastructure projects (e.g., subdivisions, sewer lines, bridges, roads, etc.) by reviewing inspectors reports, approving payment to contractors and ensuring the appropriate quality and quantity of materials (e.g., steel, concrete, asphalt, soil, etc.) are used or removed in order to ensure projects are completed according to specifications. Oversees the inspection of existing bridges, sewers, and culverts for compliance with federal standards and specifications in order to comply with federal, state, and local safety requirements. Communicates with various entities (e.g., the public, other departments, contractors) in order to inform them of the nature of construction projects and existing utility issues. Performs trigonometric, geometric, and algebraic calculations using a calculator and proper equations to complete construction and maintenance assignments. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Driver's license. Experience performing advanced mathematical calculations, including algebra, geometry, and trigonometry on data from construction projects (e.g., quantities, areas, volumes, grades). Experience using computer software to compose work related letters, emails, documentation and communications. Supervisory work experience (e.g., training, reviewing work). Experience inspecting the work performed in the construction of civil construction or public works projects (e.g., roads, bridges, sewers, utilities) to ensure adherence to contract specifications. COMPETENCIES: Adaptability & Flexibility. Computer & Technology Operations. Heavy Equipment & Vehicle Use. Leadership & Management. Mathematical & Statistical Skills. Oral Communication & Comprehension. Problem Solving & Decision Making. Professionalism & Integrity. Reviewing, Inspecting & Auditing. Sensory Abilities. Teamwork & Interpersonal. Technical Skills. Technical & Job Specific Knowledge. Written Communication & Comprehension. CRITICAL KNOWLEDGES: Knowledge of basic engineering and construction methods and terminology. Knowledge of engineering regulations in manuals such as the State specifications book, Standard Drawing book, Materials book, or other jurisdiction regulations. Knowledge of field inspection procedures and techniques. Knowledge of occupational hazards and necessary safety precautions when working near utility lines (e.g., power, gas, water, etc.). Knowledge of OSHA trench safety regulations designed to prevent injury from soil collapse (e.g., soil analysis for the purposes of determining appropriate sloping, benching, and shoring, working with heavy machinery, manual handling of materials, working in proximity to traffic, electrical hazards from overhead and underground power-lines, underground utilities). Knowledge of safety procedures when working in and around traffic. Knowledge of the appropriate uses and functions of heavy or construction equipment (e.g., what type of equipment can be used where). WORK ENVIRONMENT: Work is conducted both indoors in office setting as well as regular field visits to outdoor worksites. Work involves use of standard office equipment. Work also involves use of a computer and specialized computer-aided drafting software, as well as various tools and equipment used for surveying land. Job may require exposure to potentially hazardous work conditions (e.g., working in and around traffic, construction zones, heavy equipment). Job may also require exposure to inclement weather when working outdoors (e.g., extreme heat, cold, rain, snow, wind). PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Job involves physical exertion required for sustained periods of light physical activity such as walking or standing. May involve occasional lifting of items or objects weighing up to 50 lbs. DISCLAIMER: This job description is not meant to be an all-inclusive list of the job duties, responsibilities, or skills and abilities required to do the job and may be changed at the discretion of the Personnel Board at any time. SPECIAL ACCOMMODATIONS Persons requiring special conditions to accommodate a disability when completing the application should contact the Personnel Board at 205-279-3500 before the announcement closing date. Qualified applicants who believe they will need reasonable accommodation in the examination process should complete and submit an Accommodation Request Form. You may obtain an Accommodation Request Form by contacting our ADA Ombudsperson at ADAO@pbjcal.org, or by accessing the "Request for Accommodation" form through the following website: http://www.pbjcal.org/ AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER The Personnel Board of Jefferson County (Personnel Board) provides a public personnel system based on merit principles. The Personnel Board strives for the constant improvement of the public service by employing and developing the best qualified persons available. The Personnel Board provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, sex, creed, religion, political beliefs, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or genetics. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation and training. Employment decisions are made by the Merit System municipality or governmental agency in which the position exists. Each Merit System municipality, agency, or jurisdiction administers its own equal employment opportunity programs in compliance with applicable state and/or federal laws and regulations.
CITY OF ORLANDO, FL
Orlando, Florida, United States
Description Who We Are Orlando, The City Beautiful For most of Orlando’s history we’ve been the place everyone wants to visit. Today, we’re also the place where everyone wants to live and do business. List after list has Orlando as one of the fastest growing cities in America. We’re transitioning from our role as the young upstart to a more mature, global city. This didn’t happen by accident. Together as a community, we developed a shared vision for our city focused on creating partnerships and we’ve transformed Orlando from a place that was packed with potential into a city on the rise. Our vision ensures we are an inclusive, compassionate community that is generating jobs, becoming the most sustainable city in the nation, keeping our community safe, making it easier to get around, and increasing the quality of life. Together, we can continue realizing all our city’s potential. Come be part of our community with the City of Orlando. Nature of Work: Performs highly responsible technical analysis and professional managerial work involving the Public Works Department. Position requires independent judgement and initiative in performing a wide variety of high-level assignments. Position requires flexibility as assignments for each program manager will vary as needed by the Department. Program Managers are responsible for compiling Divisions projects updates and issuing monthly progress reports for their respective areas. Program managers may be required to supervise, motivate, and coach related staff in the Public Works department, including communications staff or others working throughout the Department. Critical job responsibilities may involve performing department-wide work related to key data analysis, metric development, establishment of performance indicators affecting service delivery and pricing, strategic planning, and related communications strategies for a department for a city-wide budget in excess of $1 billion. Work is performed under the general administrative direction of the Business Operation Manager of Public Works. Work is reviewed through conferences, observation, and results achieved. Examples of Duties Description and Duties: The incumbent will utilize current data resources (people, time, money, technology, and equipment) to determine the resources required to perform core Public Works functions. Analyze current levels of service. Review processes and best discipline practices to identify efficiency improvements to provide levels of service. Utilizing current residential and commercial data, establish baseline resource utilization needed to serve single family, multi-family and commercial square footages (aggregated by unit count and square footage). Analyze current resource utilization needed to maintain existing infrastructure (road, drainage, sewer, reclaimed, bridge, structure and trail infrastructure). Once baseline resource allocations are determined, utilizing growth management and capital improvements information, forecast resources needed in the future to maintain existing levels of service while also serving new development. Develop resource needs strategies over near term (0-5 years) and long term (5+ year) planning horizons. Create a database that tracks trends in resource allocation which can be utilized to analyze near term development proposals to better anticipate impacts on operations. Conduct periodic review of inputs to ensure database provides the best picture of future resources needed. Develop standardized reports to articulate the projected needs to Division and upper level management Minimum Requirements Bachelor’s Degree in Economics, Business, Public Administration, Public Policy or related field, and four (4) years of experience in a responsible administrative/management capacity, experience performing high level functions to support the implementation of programs, and experience developing and implementing training programs for departmental management and staff; or an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience. Valid Florida Driver's License required. Supplemental Information City of Orlando Benefits If this posting indicates a degree is required, the following experience will apply in lieu of any degree as follows: Two (2) years of direct experience for an associate degree; Four (4) years of direct experience for a bachelor's degree; Six (6) years of direct experience for a master's degree; or Nine (9) years of direct experience for a doctoral degree Closing Date/Time: Continuous
CITY OF EL PASO, TX
El Paso, Texas, United States
Requirements MOS Code: 2G051 (Air Force - Enlisted), 54A (Army - Commissioned Officer Only), 25 (Coast Guard- Commissioned Officer Only), 3450 (Marine Corps - Commissioned Or Warrant Officer), B15A ( Navy - Enlisted) Education and Experience : Bachelor's Degree or higher in Business or Public Administration, Transportation, Urban or Regional Planning, Design or a related field, and two (2) years professional experience in urban or regional planning. Licenses and Certificates : Valid Texas Class “C” Driver’s License by time of appointment or equivalent from another state. General Purpose Under general supervision, perform professional planning work in the administration and implementation of the comprehensive plan, transportation systems or parks planning. Typical Duties Plan, prepare and technical planning material related to assigned work. Involves: Conduct highly technical research and analysis, evaluate findings, identify significant issues, assign and review work, determine options and develop recommendations on complex projects. Prepare technical material on subdivisions, zoning related items, transportation planning, parks planning, land studies, urban design, site analysis and related planning documents. Assist and guide staff. Participate in developing and maintaining projects. Involves: Coordinate and participate in analysis of plans and projects. Meet with private and public sector professionals. Provide planning data to the public. Review preliminary and final plats, design and construction plans. Process applications to ensure compliance with state and local regulations and with the city's comprehensive plan. Prepare project documents and design concepts. Conduct surveys and research property ownership and planning related. Prepare recommendation on transportation projects, park-planning projects, planning related ordinance revisions and other planning items. Conduct research and plan for grant funds. Involves: Research grant opportunities including utilizing the Internet, grant related publications, and contacts. Meet with private foundations on possible sponsorships. Work with grant program recipients to establish objectives and develop plans to implement funds, program requirements and explain required procedures. Write grant proposals and submit grant applications. Prepare statistical information. Manage grant budgets including authorizing and initiating payments for services. Develop comprehensive documents for reporting on grant funding activities, including assisting in the preparation of reports to federal agencies and long-term planning documents. Represent the department and provide technical support, information and guidance. Involves: Respond to requests for information on ordinances, codes, policies, plans and procedures. Provide interpretation of planning related and subdivision requirements, zoning requirements, comprehensive planning documents, land development applications, land use documents and other planning documents. Prepare complex comprehensive documents on comprehensive plans, data analysis, special reports and recommendations. Attend board and committee meetings, City Council, citizen group meetings and other gatherings to represent the department. Provide input for department budget preparation. Supervise assigned personnel. Involves: Schedule, assign, instruct, guide and check work. Appraise employee performance. Provide for training and development. Enforce personnel rules and regulations and work behavior standards firmly and impartially. Counsel, motivate and maintain harmony. Interview applicants. Recommend hiring, termination, transfers, discipline or other employee status changes. General Information For complete job specification, click here . Test Information: An evaluation of education and experience will be conducted on qualified applicants. Note: Applicants are encouraged to apply immediately. This position will close when a preset number of qualified applications have been received. Note: Applicants with a foreign degree must have all relevant documents translated and evaluated by a College, University, or Credentials Evaluation Services Department prior to submitting them to the Human Resources Department. A résumé and/or other documents will not be accepted in lieu of a completed application. Comments such as “See résumé” are not acceptable and will result in the application being considered incomplete. To qualify for this position, required education, experience, knowledge and skills must be clearly stated on your application’s employment history. We do not use any information on your resume to review if you meet the minimum qualifications for this position. Failure to fully detail all experience and job duties in the application, or copying/pasting directly from the job specification, or responses referring to your résumé will eliminate you from consideration for the position. BENEFITS LIFE AND HEALTH INSURANCE Every regular, full-time employee who is paid by the City, shall be entitled to receive group life, accidental death and dismemberment insurance, health insurance coverage as provided by the City. Employees shall be eligible for enrollment during the City's designated enrollment period. (Amended 08/28/07) Employees shall have the option of membership in a qualified health maintenance organization (HMO) as an alternative to health insurance coverage. Should an employee opt for HMO membership, the City shall contribute to the HMO an amount equal to the health insurance premium the City would have otherwise been obligated to pay on the employee's health insurance coverage. Any difference between the amount the City contributes and the cost of HMO membership shall be deducted from the employee's paycheck and forwarded to the HMO. ELIGIBILITY FOR VACATION LEAVE All regular employees who are regularly scheduled to work on an average, a minimum of twenty (20) hours per week, who have held a position in the City Service for a period of six months from date of employment, shall be eligible for vacation allowance as hereinafter set forth. Part-time employees shall accrue vacation leave at a pro-rated amount of full-time entitlement based on the number of hours that they are scheduled to work. Employees covered by collective bargaining agreements shall accrue vacation as provided in the applicable agreement. Regular employees in the City Service shall accrue vacation credit at the following rates per pay period, calculated from the date of employment of each employee: For 0 - 5 years of service (12 days): 40 hour per week employees - 3.70 hours per biweekly pay period For >5 to 15 years of service (17 days): 40 hour per week employees - 5.24 hours per biweekly pay period For >15 or more years of service (20 days): 40 hour per week employees - 6.16 hours per biweekly pay period SICK LEAVE WITH PAY Employees shall be entitled to accrue sick leave with pay in accordance with the Rules of the Civil Service Commission. ACCIDENT WITH PAY LEAVE The Amended Section 4.4 of the Ordinance shall become effective upon adoption and shall apply to occupational injuries and occupational diseases occurring on and after date of adoption. Occupational injuries and occupational diseases occurring before such date will be governed by the Ordinance in effect at the time of the date of injury or disease. PREGNANCY LEAVE A) Pregnancy shall be treated the same as any other temporary physical disability. B) An employee on pregnancy leave shall use accumulated and unused regular sick leave time and then (unless granted use of special sick leave) shall be on leave without pay, unless the employee chooses to use any accumulated and unused annual leave. C) An employee going on pregnancy leave shall give written notice to her department head with appropriate medical verification. Before returning to work from pregnancy leave, the individual will provide appropriate medical documentation releasing the employee to return to work, as is required for any individual who has been on leave for a temporary physical disability. LEGAL HOLIDAYS The following days are hereby declared legal holidays for all the City departments, provided that the provisions of this section shall not apply to members of the Fire Department whose duties are to prevent or extinguish fires, or to members of the Police Department whose duties are those of law enforcement: (Amended 10/03/95) 1.First day of January (New Year's Day) 2.Third Monday in January (Martin Luther King Holiday) 3. Thirty-first day in March(Cesar Chavez Day) 4.Last Monday in May (Memorial Day) 5. June 19 (Juneteenth) 6.Fourth day of July (Independence Day) 7.First Monday in September (Labor Day) 8. Eleventh Day in November (Veteran's Day) 9.Fourth Thursday in November (Thanksgiving Day) 10. The Friday following the fourth Thursdayin November (Day after Thanksgiving) 11.Twenty-fifth Day in December (Christmas Day) 12.Employee's Birthday In addition to the above days, the following days are also declared to be legal holidays:1. Any day designated as a holiday by City Council.2. When any legal holiday falls on a Saturday, the preceding Friday shall be considered a legal holiday.3. When any legal holiday falls on a Sunday, the following business day shall be considered a legal holiday. Closing Date/Time: 1/2/2024 11:59 PM Mountain
KING COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF WATER & LAND RESOURCES
Seattle, Washington, United States
Summary Why This Opportunity May Be Perfect for You: Are you ready to dive into the exciting world of floodplain management and make a splash in your career? Look no further than the River and King County's Floodplain Management Section. We have two (2) positions that are all about balancing innovation and competing priorities with teamwork and growth - and we're on the hunt for standout candidates to join our dynamic team as a Basin Planning & Portfolio Manager (Project/Program Manager III). These positions, located in the River and Floodplain Management Section within the Water and Land Resources Division, will involve a combination of planning, management, analysis, permit support, coordination, and outreach with diverse groups in support of develop i ng and implement i ng of complex capital projects. Th e successful candidate will also lead basin-wide programmatic activities , such as real estate acquisition s , and be responsible for management of complex programs and projects using independent judgment with limited supervision . This position will also support flood facility asset management, maintenance and repair , and the coordination and project management of the King County Flood Control District’s work program for the river basin s , based on the actions described in the 2006 and 2013 King County Flood Hazard Management Plan s and in the 6-year Capital Improvement Project (CIP) plan for the Flood Control District. Who Are We: The Water and Land Resources Division is at the forefront of King County’s efforts to protect and restore clean water and healthy habitat and strengthen the resilience of communities, environment, and infrastructure in the face climate change. WLRD has a strong track record of developing innovative strategies for protecting working farms and forests, restoring habitat, and ensuring the county residents have equitable access to green space. We plan, design, and build flood and stormwater facilities that help to protect people and infrastructure while also enhancing habitat for salmon. Our Environmental Lab and Science programs maintain high-quality data sets used for long term water quality trend analysis and use Best Available Science to inform decision making. We house the Land Conservation Initiative, which will preserve our last, most important natural lands and urban green spaces over the next 30 years. Our forestry and agricultural programs help individuals protect their lands and support local food production. These, and many more programs, make WLRD an exciting and fulfilling place to work. Who is Eligible: This position is open to the public . This posting may be used to create an eligibility list for future vacancies in similar positions over the next six months. 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 https://kingcounty.gov/elected/executive/equity-social-justice.aspx . Work Location: This is a remote position, with occasional onsite work requirements as informed by business needs. This position will report onsite on the first day of employment for orientation and approximately two (2) times per month, subject to change based on business needs. Some field work is associated with this position such as site visits and meetings with stakeholders. Field work is not a set schedule and will follow business needs. Expected rate of one (1) day per week or less. Employees must reside in Washington State and be within a reasonable distance to their King County worksite to meet workplace reporting requirements. The primary onsite location is King Street Center (201 S. Jackson St, Seattle, WA 98104). This location offers excellent accessibility through multiple mass transit options ensuring convenient and sustainable commuting. This work arrangement promotes work-life-balance and reduces carbon footprint under the department’s vision of Green Where We Work . Work Schedule: This position is exempt from the provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), and it is not overtime eligible. This full-time position works a 40-hour work week. Job Duties Basin Planning and Risk Mitigation: Collaborate with multidisciplinary teams to develop and implement capital investment strategies, assess floodplain dynamics, identify risks, engage with various stakeholders & tribes, and create risk mitigation plans for river systems and floodplains, including opportunities for habitat improvements and other multi-benefit outcomes. Portfolio Management: Lead or collaborate on efforts to prioritize projects based on risk assessments, potential benefits, and available resources in a comprehensive project portfolio by basin area that is aligned with strategic goals and regulatory requirements, involving the continuous evaluation and adaptation of the portfolio to changing conditions. Capital Project Delivery: Collaborate to plan, design, and execute capital projects for flood risk reduction and habitat restoration initiatives. This important aspect of this position includes coordinating with engineering, design, and construction teams to ensure compliance with technical standards and regulations. Effective managing budgets and solving implementation challenges will be vital. Cross-Functional Collaboration: Foster collaboration within the team but also with other teams, sections, and departments within King County. Facilitate synergy among different parts of the organization to promote integration and identify opportunities for multi-benefit project outcomes. Engagement and Public Outreach: Collaborate with local communities, tribes, government agencies, environmental organizations, and other interested parties. Ensure key parties, tribes and partners have a say in ongoing project decisions and are aware of progress and potential impacts. Data Analysis, Decision Support and Regulatory Compliance: Support data collection, analysis, and utilization to inform decisions, enhance project strategies, and formulate long-term plans. Maintain knowledge of relevant local, state, and federal regulations while collaborating with interdisciplinary teams to ensure legal and regulatory compliance for all projects and initiatives. Emergency Response Planning: Collaborate with emergency management teams, such as our Flood Warning Center monitoring and patrol teams, to develop and update flood response and evacuation plans. Experience, Qualifications, Knowledge, Skills Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree OR any equivalent combination of education and experience in environmental science, natural resource management, urban/regional planning, communications, public administration, or related fields. At least three (3) years of increasingly responsible program and project management work that is commensurate to the primary job functions of this position working in complex, multi-party project management, natural resource planning efforts with a demonstrated knowledge of interjurisdictional governance public planning processes and resources management. Knowledge of the methods and techniques utilized in the production and presentation of written and graphic material, including demonstrated ability to run and facilitate meetings, including public meetings. Demonstrated success utilizing project management skills to manage projects, including developing scopes, schedules, and budgets, and communicate changes and risks to supervisors; and ability to effectively plan, organize, and prioritize work daily through project completion. Ability to listen and communicate effectively, in writing, visually, and verbally, on technical information to non-technical audiences. Experience communicating technical and policy issues related to floodplain management with varied levels of staff, consultants, business and professional groups, landowners, and the public. Aptitude to deal tactfully, work collaboratively, and build consensus with diverse groups and individuals including elected officials, residents, representatives of other county, city, state and federal agencies, the public, community groups, and organizational colleagues. Strategic mindset and broad perspectives during planning, permitting and implementation of flood hazard reduction capital projects and programs. Desired Qualifications (These will aid in carrying out the job duties and responsibilities but are not required. They can be attained through training or on-the-job experience after hire) : Project Management Professional (PMP) certification. Familiarity with river and floodplain management, watershed planning, water quantity and quality management, and habitat restoration. Knowledge and understanding of King County (or equivalent), state and federal flood hazard codes, regulations and principles, and familiarity with associated disaster preparedness, mitigation, and recovery programs. Our Ideal Candidate Will Have the Following Competencies: Collaborates: Builds partnerships and works collaboratively with others to meet shared objectives. Builds Networks: Effectively builds formal and informal relationship networks inside and outside of King County. Communicates Effectively: Develops and delivers multi-mode communications that convey a clear understanding of the unique needs of different audiences. Instills Trust: Gains the confidence and trust of others through honesty, integrity, and authenticity. Managing Complexity: Has capacity to navigate and lead in intricate, multifaceted environments by simplifying complex issues, fostering adaptability, and promoting innovative solutions. Plans and Aligns: The ability to develop and execute strategic plans that align with an organization's goals and objectives, ensuring effective and coordinated efforts across teams and functions. Supplemental Information 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 competitive 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, not to exceed two (2) pages. Cover Letter, not to exceed one (1) page, highlighting your background and what you can bring to this position. Responses to supplemental questions. Union Membership: This position is represented by Teamsters, Local 117-Professional & Technical Bargaining Unit. For more information regarding this recruitment, please contact: Isaac Good Human Resource Analyst (206) 848-0576 firstname.lastname@example.org 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. 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. To Apply: 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 or if you have questions related to this recruitment process, please contact the recruiter listed on this job announcement. King County offers a highly-competitive compensation and benefits package designed to meet the diverse needs of our employees and support our employees' health and well-being. Eligible positions receive the following benefits and have access to the following programs: Medical, dental, and vision coverage: King County pays 100% of the premiums for eligible employees and family members Life and disability insurance: employees are provided basic coverage and given the opportunity to purchase additional insurance for both the employee and eligible dependents Retirement: King County employees are eligible to participate in a pension plan through the Washington State Department of Retirement Systems and a 457(b) deferred-compensation plan Transportation program and ORCA transit pass 12paid holidays each year plus twopersonal holidays Generous vacation and paid sick leave Paid parental,family and medical, and volunteer leaves Flexible Spending Account Wellness programs Onsite activity centers Employee Giving Program Employee assistance programs Flexible schedules and telecommuting options, depending on position Training and career development programs For additional information about employee benefits, visit our Benefits, Payroll, and Retirement Page . This is a general description of the benefits offered to eligible King County employees, and every effort has been made to ensure its accuracy. If any information on this document conflicts with the provisions of a collective bargaining agreement (CBA), the CBA prevails. NOTE: Benefits for Term Limited Temporary (TLT) or Short Term Temporary (STT) positions, including leave eligibility and/or participation in the pension plan through the Washington State Department of Retirement Systems, will vary based upon the terms and details of the position.Short Term Temporary positions are not eligible for an ORCA transit pass. For inquiries about the specifics of this position, please contact the recruiter identified on this job posting. Closing Date/Time: 12/17/2023 11:59 PM Pacific
Orange County Sanitation District, CA
Orange, California, United States
Description What do you value in your next job? At the Orange County Sanitation District our Core Values form the framework of our organization and reinforce our professional work ethic. If the following values ring true with you, we'd love to invite you to explore our career opportunities further. Integrity, Inclusion, Honesty, and Respect We aspire to the highest degree of integrity, inclusion, honesty, and respect in our interaction with each other, our suppliers, our customers, and our community. We strive to demonstrate these values in our actions, commitments, and service. Leadership, Teamwork, and Problem Solving We lead by example, acknowledging the value of our resources and using them wisely to achieve our mission. We strive to reach OC San goals through cooperative efforts and collaboration with each other and our constituencies. We work to solve problems in a creative, cost-effective, and safe manner, and we acknowledge team and individual efforts. Customer Service, Transparency, and Accountability We are committed to acting in a timely, accurate, accessible, and transparent manner through excellent customer service. We are committed to act in the best interest of our internal and external stakeholders. Resiliency, Innovation, and Learning We continuously develop ourselves, enhancing our talents, skills, and abilities. We recognize that only through personal growth and development will we progress as an agency and as individuals. Safety We are committed to providing a safe work environment. We will demonstrate leadership, promote individual accountability, and participate actively in the advancement of our health and safety practices. OC San is currently looking to fill the role of a Principal Environmental Specialist . Under general direction the Principal Environmental Specialist performs a wide variety of technical and administrative activities as part of the Resource Protection Division in OC San's pretreatment program that focuses on controlling the sources of wastewater influent. Specifically, this individual develops, coordinates, monitors, and manages projects; serves as project lead, as assigned; writes and coordinates preparation of major reports; maintains customer relationships; and formulates and implements changes to OC San's ordinance and environmental management compliance activities. This person performs compliance and audit activities to ensure regulatory requirements are met, including evaluating influent/effluent wastewater samples, plant wastewater samples, and sludge; develops and coordinates special projects often requiring complex field and scientific studies and investigations that involve oversight and providing direction to team members or coordinating outside services. Duties include ensuring that OC San meets permit requirements and complies with new regulations from such authorities as the EPA; developing schedules and contributing to the preparation of major reports including the Annual and Quarterly Reports; interfacing with permittees; and preparing and conducting training. This individual coordinates logistical and technical meetings with staff and permittees, public meetings, meetings with agencies and associations, meetings with the EPA and Regional Water Quality Control Board, and interfaces with legal counsel. This individual works with the other staff and teams in the Resource Protection Division to administrate OC San's Pretreatment Program, including investigation, permitting, and enforcement. The full class specification can be viewed here . Qualifications & Requirements The successful candidate will possess: Bachelor's degree from a college or university accredited by the U.S. Department of Education, with major coursework in biology, chemistry, microbiology, environmental science, marine biology, statistics, and/or quality assurance, or a related field. Five (5) years of work experience in a testing laboratory, field collection environment, and/or related environmental compliance field. Valid California Class C Driver's License. Desirables: Extensive project management experience with increasing duties and responsibilities. Work experiences across a range of the environmental science disciplines. Demonstrated ability to use computers, automated equipment, standard applications software, Pretreatment Program software, and advanced web, spreadsheet and database programs. This individual will have experience with principles and techniques of Pretreatment Program inspection, sampling, and data analysis, as well as knowledge of applicable federal, state, and local water, wastewater, and safety laws, regulations, and standards and knowledge of wastewater treatment, associated processes, and practices and procedures of environmental investigation. This person will have experience implementing environmental program control mechanisms, evaluating environmental program work processes, and developing efficient workflows which support environmental program projects and programs. Additionally, this person will have the ability to communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing, and to work effectively with a team or independently. Recruitment & Selection Process Vacancies: 1 (an eligible list may be established for future vacancies) Apply online at: //www.ocsan.gov/jobs www.ocsan.gov/jobs APPLICATION FILING DEADLINE: Friday, December 8, 2023, 5:00 P.M. (or until a sufficient number of qualified applications have been received) Hiring Salary Range: $119,412.80 - $131,643.20/Year (starting salary will be within this range based upon qualifications) Supplemental Information PHYSICAL DEMANDS Mobility to work in a laboratory and standard office setting and use laboratory and standard office equipment, including a computer; standing in work areas and walking between work areas is required; occasionally bend, stoop, kneel, reach, push, and pull drawers open and closed to retrieve and file information. Mobility to work in the field and to take samples and conduct inspections at various OC San sites, including traversing uneven terrain, climbing ladders, stairs, and other temporary access points; ability to operate a motor vehicle to travel to various OC San sites, projects, and/or meetings. When assigned to work on OC San's marine vessel, must be capable of working in wet, unstable conditions, at times while the vessel is under way to the next sampling location. Perform light to medium physical work; standing in work areas and walking between work areas, within treatment plants, and in the field and to conduct inspections and take samples is required. Lift, carry, push, and pull materials and objects up to 35 pounds. Lift, carry, push, and pull materials and objects averaging a weight of 51 pounds, or heavier weights on an occasional basis, in all cases with the use of proper equipment and/or assistance from other staff. Vision to read printed materials and a computer screen; color vision to identify chemical and biological solvents and substances. Vision to inspect and operate equipment. Hearing and speech to communicate in person and over the telephone. Finger dexterity is needed to access, enter, and retrieve data using a computer keyboard or calculator and to operate laboratory and standard office equipment. Finger dexterity to operate and repair tools and equipment. The need at this time does not require this position to perform duties in the laboratory or on the OC San's marine vessel. The full class specification can be viewed here . ENVIRONMENTAL ELEMENTS Office environment with moderate noise levels, controlled temperature conditions, and no direct exposure to hazardous physical substances. Field work with exposure to loud noise levels, cold and hot temperatures, inclement weather conditions, road hazards, vibration, chemicals, mechanical and/or electrical hazards, hazardous physical substances and fumes, dust, and air contaminants. Employees may interact with upset staff and/or public and private representatives in interpreting and enforcing departmental policies and procedures. OTHER REQUIREMENTS May be required to work extended hours, including nights, weekends, and holidays when necessary. Probationary Period: All OC San employees, except classifications considered "at-will", are subject to the probationary period provisions as specified in the applicable Memorandum of Understanding, policies, and/or resolutions. Employees who have not yet successfully completed their initial probationary period serve "at-will" and may be released from employment without cause or recourse to any appeal or grievance procedures. Pre-Employment: All employment offers are contingent upon successful completion of OC San's preemployment process, which includes a background investigation, a physical examination, and a drug screen. Work Location Assignment: Employees will be assigned to a work location based on business needs which may be located at any/all of OC San locations; this work location may be changed at any time. DISASTER SERVICE WORKERS All Orange County Sanitation District employees are designated Disaster Service Workers through state law (California Government Code Section 3100-3109). Employment with the Orange County Sanitation District requires the affirmation of a loyalty oath to this effect. Employees are required to complete all related training as assigned, and to return to work as ordered in the event of an emergency. OTHER INFORMATION For the full range of duties, responsibilities, and essential job functions please review the Classification Specification for this position found on our website. Applicants must clearly demonstrate, through their application materials, that they meet the minimum requirements as outlined in the job announcement and class specification to receive further consideration. However, meeting the minimum requirements does not guarantee an interview. All properly completed applications will be reviewed, and the most appropriately qualified individuals will be invited to continue in the selection process. False statements may be cause for disqualification, removal from the eligible list, or discharge from employment. All statements made on applications are subject to investigation and verification. To ensure your application is accurate and complete, please review the Job Application Guide. Employment is contingent upon successful completion of OC San's pre-employment process, which includes a background investigation and a physical examination. For some positions, this may include a drug screen. False statements may be cause for disqualification, removal from the eligible list, or discharge from employment. All statements made on applications are subject to investigation and verification. Reference Checks will be conducted by OC San to verify employment related information for all potential employees once a contingent job offer is made during the background investigation process. This is done to ensure that individuals who join OC San are well qualified and have a strong potential to be successful in their employment. The extent of the inquiry will depend on the position being applied for, but will at least include: Verification/Reference from current and past employers Confirmation of necessary licenses, certificates, and degrees. Please have all necessary documentation ready. Additional inquiries may be necessary depending on the position for which you are applying. Human Resources will also schedule a post-offer physical examination once a job offer has been made. OC San only accepts applications submitted via our online application system. Applications submitted via mail, fax or email will not be accepted. The provisions of this announcement do not constitute an expressed or implied contract. Any provision contained in this announcement may be modified or revoked without notice. Vacation leave; eleven paid holidays and one floating holiday; sick leave; administrative leave; group life insurance; group disability insurance; group health insurance (employee contribution required), dependent coverage available, including medical, dental, and vision; a retirement* plan (Orange County Employees Retirement System) and the option of participating in a deferred compensation plan as well as other optional benefits. A credit union is available. Benefits are subject to the Board of Directors' periodic determination (usually annually) and the meet and confer process, and are therefore subject to change. The District makes a generous contribution toward the cost of these benefits. *New employees hired on or after January 1, 2013 will be subject to the retirement benefit formula and provisionsset forth by the California Public Employees' Pension Reform Actof 2013 (PEPRA). For more information on benefits, visit our website at https://www.ocsan.gov/about-us/jobs/employee-benefits 01 PLEASE READ. The information provided on the Supplemental Questions will be used in conjunction with your job application to determine whether you meet the qualification requirements. Failure to provide detailed and complete information may result in your application being rejected. Do not submit a resume in place of completing these Supplemental Questions. Education obtained outside the United States must be comparable to education earned at an accredited school in the United States. We reserve the right to request further information about your academic program, evidence of comparability, or an original transcript. Any information you submit may be verified. When applying for this position, I understand that I must thoroughly complete the Education and Work Experience sections of my application and the Supplemental Questions. This includes a detailed description of each position that I feel qualifies me for the job I am seeking. I have read the above statement and understand that failure to provide sufficient detailed information may result in my application being rejected. I also understand that I may not submit a resume in lieu of filling out the job application or answering the Supplemental Questions. However, I may attach a resume to the application to provide additional information. Yes, I understand. 02 Do you possess a bachelor's degree from a college or university accredited by the U.S. Department of Education with major coursework in a science with an emphasis in biology, chemistry, microbiology, environmental science, marine biology, statistics, or quality assurance, or a related field? Yes No 03 Which best describes your level of continuing education? Some College or Trade School Training Associate's Degree Bachelor's Degree Master's Degree None 04 Do you possess a minimum of five (5) years of work experience in a testing laboratory, field collection environment, and/or related environmental compliance field? Yes No 05 If you answered "Yes" to the previous question, please describe your related experience. Be specific about your role, the duties you performed, name of employer, and dates of employment. If you answered "No", write N/A. 06 Do you possess extensive project management experience with increasing duties and responsibilities? Yes No 07 If you answered yes to the previous question, please describe in detail your extensive project management experience with increasing duties and responsibilities. Make sure to include the following: 1. The Company/Organization 2. Dates of Employment 3. Title of Position 4. Job Duties - (Associated with project management) If you answered no, write "N/A". 08 Please list and describe your proficiency level with any of the following that would be relevant for this position: 1. Automated equipment 2. Standard applications software 3. Pretreatment software 4. Advanced web, spreadsheet and database programs. 09 Do you possess a range of work experience in one or more environmental science disciplines? Yes No 10 If you answered "Yes" to the previous question, please describe your related experience. Be specific about your role, the duties you performed, name of employer, and dates of employment. If you answered "No", write N/A. 11 Do you have experience with principles and techniques of the Pretreatment Program, including developing and implementing control mechanisms, inspection, sampling, and analysis of the data? Yes No 12 If you answered "Yes" to the previous question, please describe your experience with principles and techniques of the Pretreatment Program, including developing and implementing control mechanisms, inspection, sampling, and analysis of the data. if you answered "No", write N/A. 13 Do you have knowledge of applicable federal, state, and local water, wastewater, and safety laws, regulations, and standards, and knowledge of wastewater treatment, associated processes, and practices and procedures of environmental investigation? Yes No 14 If you answered "Yes" to the previous question, please describe your knowledge of applicable federal, state, and local water, wastewater, and safety laws, regulations, and standards, and knowledge of wastewater treatment, associated processes, and practices and procedures of environmental investigation. If you answered "No", write N/A. 15 Do you possess, or have the ability to obtain, a valid California Class C Driver's License by time of appointment? Yes No 16 All Orange County Sanitation District employees are designated Disaster Service Workers through state law (California Government Code Section 3100-3109). Employment with the Orange County Sanitation District requires the affirmation of a loyalty oath to this effect. Employees are required to complete all related training as assigned, and to return to work as ordered in the event of an emergency. Click on the radio button below to acknowledge you understand these requirements. Yes, I understand. Required Question Closing Date/Time: 12/8/2023 5:00 PM Pacific
County of El Dorado
Description The selected candidate may be eligible for the following recruitment incentives* Up to $6,000 to be paid in equal installments for the first twenty-six (26) consecutive biweekly pay periods in the position. A fixed amount of additional vacation leave to be accrued in equal installments in each of the first twenty-six (26) consecutive biweekly pay periods of employment. Up to $6,000 relocation expense reimbursement for moving expenses for the candidate's household, including pets, when the candidate's primary residence is more than one hundred (100) miles from the assigned work location using the shortest commonly traveled route. *Recruitment incentive and relocation expense reimbursement eligibility and administration is subject to the County of El Dorado Personnel Rules . Current County of El Dorado Employees are not eligible to receive recruitment incentives or reimbursement. THE COUNTY OF EL DORADO T he County of El Dorado is committed to promoting the power of public service by fostering a diverse and collaborative workplace where employees are empowered, respected, and valued. The dedicated efforts taken by the Board of Supervisors continue to promote El Dorado County as a competitive employer that is committed to recruiting and retaining qualified employees by advocating for competitive salaries and excellent benefits. The County of El Dorado is also supportive of providing telework opportunities for employees consistent with business needs and in accordance with Board of Supervisors Policy E-12 - Telecommuting. DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION The County of El Dorado , Department of Transportation is responsible for funding, designing, building, operating, and maintaining the County Road System. El Dorado County's Road System currently consists of approximately 1083 centerline miles of paved roadway, 76 bridges, a multitude of storm drainage systems, and related transportation facilities. ENGINEERING DIVISION The Engineering Division provides planning, design, and construction management services within the unincorporated area of El Dorado County. Responsibilities of the Division include: delivering capital projects from initial planning phases through design and construction and post-construction environmental monitoring. THE OPPORTUNITY Under direction, has day-to-day supervision of an assigned technical engineering support unit and performs a variety of the most complex engineering technical work in the field and in the office. The selected candidate will have the opportunity to: Use Computer Aided Design and Drafting (CADD) to complete plans and details for difficult construction projects, including performance of requisite research and development of contract document drawings and other graphic exhibits. Develop policies and procedures for use of Computer Aided Design and Drafting (CADD) stations and trains other staff in the use of CADD software. Supervise and direct technical engineering support staff and activities, either directly or through subordinate lead staff. Plan, organize, train, review and evaluate the work of assigned staff; set priorities and follow up as required. Participates in the hiring of assigned staff, recommending selection for management approval. Evaluate employee performance, counsel employees and effectively recommend initial disciplinary action and other personnel decisions. Has responsibility for accurate record keeping on Federal Aid projects. Prepare periodic status reports regarding the assigned area of responsibility. Assist in the development and control of the unit budget. Perform a wide variety of professional engineering studies and assignments. Review plans, specifications and engineering estimates for construction related issues. For a full description of duties and responsibilities please review the job description here . The ideal candidate will possess advanced knowledge and experience using Computer Aided Design and Drafting (CADD) in the preparation of complete plan sets and details for roadway and civil design projects. The ideal candidate will have a minimum 4 years of experience using AutoCAD Civil 3D to create surfaces, alignments and profiles, and have an understanding of highway design standard and industry practices. Our ideal candidate will be able to work independently and demonstrate a high attention to detail. Our ideal candidate will have experience with supervising and training technical engineering staff and establishing positive working relationships. The candidate will be committed to using his or her full skill set and technical expertise in creating contract document drawings and other graphic exhibits for internal and external customers. The candidate will understand when to apply creative solutions while applying standards and regulations. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Human Resources will assess your application to determine if you are minimally qualified using the following minimum qualifications: Education & Experience Requirements (typing "See Resume" in application will not be accepted) Where college degrees and/or college course credits are required, degrees and college units must be obtained from an accredited college or university. Courses from non-accredited institutions will not be evaluated for this requirement. Equivalent to graduation from a four-year college or university with major course work in an engineering discipline OR Possession of a valid California certificate as an Engineer-in-Training AND Three years of engineering or technical work at a level equivalent to the County's level of Senior Engineering Technician or Senior CADD Technician. Additional work experience at a level equivalent to the County's Senior Engineering Technician or Senior CADD Technician may be substituted for the required education on a year for year basis. Other Requirements Possession of a valid driver's license. Some positions may require regularly lifting and carrying of objects weighing up to sixty (60) pounds. Click here to view the minimum qualifications for Principal Engineering Technician as well as the physical, environmental, and working conditions. SUBMIT YOUR APPLICATION Apply online by clicking the 'Apply' link at the top of this announcement. When your online application and responses to the required supplemental questions are complete, click 'Accept '. If you have any questions regarding this recruitment, please contact Jenny Thomas in Human Resources at email@example.com . Click Here to get tips for applying with the County RECRUITMENT PROCESS The Human Resources Department will screen all applications to identify qualified candidates. After screening, qualified candidates will be referred biweekly to the next step and notified of all further procedures applicable to their status in the recruitment process. A best qualified evaluation will be utilized to determine an applicant's ability to continue in the recruitment process and ranking for referral to specific vacancies. Based upon the information in the responses to supplemental questions, the applicant's education, training and experience will be evaluated using a pre-determined formula. The subject matter experts are not granted access to the candidate's application; therefore, responses to the supplemental questions should be thorough, detailed, and complete. For more information on the recruitment process, click here . 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. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION The County of El Dorado is recruiting applicants for the Principal Engineering Technician. This recruitment will establish a list for the purpose of filling current and future full time, part time, limited term and extra help vacancies for at least three (3) months. There is currently one (1) full time vacancy in the Department of Transportation located in Placerville, CA . Click Here for Frequently Asked Questions The County of El Dorado is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages applicants from diverse backgrounds to apply. Many job classifications require a pre-employment medical screening. Depending on the job classification, medical screening may include testing for drugs, including but not limited to marijuana; a positive test may result in revocation of an employment offer. Not just rustic mining towns and historic sites - Today El Dorado County is a year-round vacation destination overflowing with outdoor adventure, inviting agritourism, enriching family activities, and a proud Gold Rush history. Escape the traffic and smog because El Dorado County is just: 40 miles from Downtown Sacramento 50 miles from Sacramento International Airport 129 miles to San Francisco Here are a few of the many activities and events available throughout El Dorado County: Hiking, Camping, Fishing, Boating, and Watersports Skiing and Snowboarding Live Music and Music Festivals Local Craft Breweries and Wineries El Dorado County Fair Placerville Speedway Farm to Fork Restaurants Local Shopping Gems Employees that are buying a home in El Dorado County may qualify for down payment assistance. Click here for more information. CHECK OUT OUR VIDEO TO LEARN MORE! Closing Date/Time: Continuous
Nassau County, FL
NASSAU COUNTY, Florida, United States
Description Advanced and highly responsible position performing complex projects and development review in a fast-growing County that prides itself on innovative planning practices. General responsibilities include reviewing development applications in multiple master planned areas, performing site development review, evaluating and formulating land use and transportation strategies, conducting policy research, analyzing elements of the Comprehensive Plan, and preparing written analyses and presentations of development applications and proposals. This position is engaged in current planning initiatives and project management. Examples of Duties Evaluates, analyzes, and implements the elements of the Comprehensive Plan. Conducts and/or manages planning studies to address relevant issues and standards and advises the Planning Director of recommendations on updating/revising regulations and on the requirements of the Comprehensive Plan. Recommends new and revised policies, codes, ordinances, and regulations. Reviews development plans including plats, site engineering plans, landscape plans, and other development plans in more than 35,000 acres of master planned communities and other areas across the County. Tracks PUD, DRI, and other master-planned community entitlements. Prepares draft ordinances and amendments to ordinances. Research information pertaining to land development and transportation planning issues. Assists in the formulation, enhancement and testing of methods and procedures to monitor and evaluate impact on and capacity of, public services, transportation facilities, parks and capital expenditures. Receives and responds to inquiries regarding zoning issues; interprets and explains codes, ordinances and regulations to engineers, architects, contractors, property/business owners, and other interested parties. Assists permit applicants and general public to understand land development policies and procedures of the County; determines/verifies zoning status as requested. Interacts, communicates with, and coordinates various groups and individuals such as the immediate supervisor, co-workers, County personnel, engineers, contractors, consultants, architects, Board members, landowners, community/civic organizations, and the general public. Assists the public in completing planning and zoning applications. Provides information to the public regarding the Land Development Code, the Comprehensive Plan and Future Land Use Maps. Coordinates activities of other employees as directed by the Department Head. Reviews the work of other planners for completeness and accuracy; evaluates and makes recommendations as appropriate; offers advice and assistance as needed. Reviews development applications, develops staff reports and prepares and delivers presentations at evening meetings to the Conditional Use and Variance Board, Planning and Zoning Board and Board of County Commissioners. Provides expert advice to boards regarding planning issues. Coordinates planning efforts with consulting firms as required. Performs a variety of routine office/administrative duties as required, which include but are not limited to preparing reports and correspondence, copying and filing documents, answering the telephone, attending meetings, etc. Operates a vehicle and a variety of equipment, which may include a computer, telephone, calculator, copier, etc. Attends and remains at work regularly and adheres to policies and procedures regarding absenteeism and tardiness. Provides adequate notice to higher management with respect to vacation time and leave requests. Performs related duties as required. (These essential functions are not a complete statement of all duties required of the job. Employees will be required to perform such other related job duties as may be assigned or required.) Typical Qualifications Requires a Master’s Degree in Urban Planning, Geography, Public Administration or related field supplemented by a minimum of two (2) years in a professional planning position or a Bachelor’s degree in Urban Planning or related field with three (3) years of professional planning experience. An American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP) Certification is preferred, but not required. Must possess a valid State Driver's License. Supplemental Information Knowledge of the methods, procedures and policies of the County as they pertain to the performance of duties of the Senior Planner. Knowledge of the functions and interrelationships of the County and Governmental agencies. Knowledge of the laws including growth management statutes, ordinances, standards and regulations pertaining to the specific duties and responsibilities of the position. Ability to utilize excellent oral and written communication skills for preparing and presenting planning reports and projects. Ability to utilize excellent interpersonal skills for facilitating relationships with elected/appointed officials, other decision-makers, co-workers, other professionals and members of the public. Ability to utilize problem-solving skills to gather relevant information to solve less well- defined planning problems. Knowledge of group facilitation skills for use with community workshops. Ability to work on several projects or issues simultaneously. Ability to provide effective supervision of work produced by other planners. Ability to manage projects effectively and meet firm deadlines. Knowledge of various disciplines related to urban planning; including demographics, land use development, economics/economic development, zoning, etc. Ability to make sound, educated decisions. Ability to take the initiative to complete the duties of the position without the need of direct supervision. Ability to learn and utilize new skills and information to improve job performance and efficiency. Ability to use a computer for word, data processing, graphic displays and mapping. Skills in ArcGIS, AutoCAD, and Adobe products preferred but not required. Ability to perform required mathematical calculations. Ability to read and interpret advanced-level planning documents including zoning overlays, detailed specific area plans, developments of regional impact, planned unit developments, and procedures manuals. Ability to assemble and analyze information and prepare reports and records in a concise, clear and effective manner. Ability to react calmly and quickly in difficult and emergency situations. Essential Physical Skills: Tasks require extended periods of time at a keyboard or workstation. Stooping Sitting Kneeling Bending Crouching Reaching Standing Walking Lifting and carrying up to 20 lbs. Pushing and pulling Climbing on ladders, on steps, or on the ground (Reasonable accommodations will be made for otherwise qualified individuals with a disability) Work Environment: Works inside in an office environment. Has knowledge of the occupational hazards and safety precautions of the industry. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: Incomplete applications will not be considered. Applications will continue to be received until the listed closing date or the position is filled, whichever is earliest. Submission of an application does not guarantee the applicant an interview. Applicants will be subject to a criminal background check. Nassau County is an Equal Opportunity Employer and a Drug Free Workplace. Nassau County values the service veterans and their family members have given to our country and that the County supports the hiring of returning service members, military spouses, and their family members as such this position is eligible for Veterans’ Preference in accordance with applicable laws. The information on this description has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work performed by employees within this classification. It is not designed to contain or be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, environmental conditions, or qualifications required of employees assigned to this position. This position may be required to work in a safety sensitive capacity at any time based on emergency declaration or other operational need. Nassau County reserves the right to edit or re-write this job description at any time. An organization is only as good as the people it employs. To attract and retain the best team possible, the Nassau County Board of County Commissioners offers a competitive benefit program. We believe that if we expect our employees to support the County, we must first support the health and financial well-being of our employees and their families, now and as they plan for their future. BOCC-Contributed Benefits Medical & Prescription Drugs Benefits Health Savings Account (HSA) Contributions with a Qualified Plan Florida Retirement System Employee Assistance Program Tuition Assistance Program Optional Benefits Dental Vision Life & AD&D Supplemental & Dependent Life & AD&D Insurance Long Term Disability Voluntary Benefits Offered By Aflac and/or Colonial 457(b) Deferred Compensation Program Roth IRA NOTE: For detailed information regarding available benefits click here. FLORIDA RETIREMENT SYSTEM (FRS) The Florida Retirement System is a retirement plan designed to provide an income to a vested employee and his/her family when the employee retires, becomes partially or totally disabled, or dies prior to retirement. A defined benefit or defined contribution option may be chosen by the employee. Employees are required to contribute 3% of their salary per Florida Statute. TUITION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM The County may provide tuition assistance to cover the cost of tuition and books to County employees requesting tuition reimbursement for courses at an accredited college or university which are applicable to the employee's field of work and/or are of such nature to directly prepare employees for positions of greater responsibility within the County. Contact the Human Resources Office for additional details. HOLIDAYS The following, as well as any other days the BOCC may declare, are designated as official holidays for County Employees: New Year's Day Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Presidents Day Good Friday Memorial Day Juneteenth Independence Day Labor Day Veterans Day Thanksgiving Day The Day After Thanksgiving Christmas Eve Christmas Day PTO LEAVE All full-time employees shall accrue Paid Time Off (PTO) Leave in accordance with the following formula: Years of Employment Hours Per Year 0 through the end of the 4th year 180 5 years through the end of the 10th year 200 11 years through the end of the 15th year 220 16 years and over 240 For additional information please view Nassau County's Policies & Procedures .
CITY OF EL SEGUNDO, CA
El Segundo, California, United States
Description Salary: Fire Prevention Specialist I: $ 6,355 - $7,725 per month Fire Prevention Specialist II: $7,007 - $8,518 per month The current vacancy is for a Fire Prevention Specialist I full-time position in the Fire Department. This recruitment requires that a resume and fire certifications be uploaded with the application to be considered complete. This recruitment process is open on a continuous basis and may close at any time. Interested individuals are encouraged to apply immediately. The first review of applications will be completed on M onday, November 14 , 2022 at 5:00 p.m. . Applications received after November 14, 2022 , may not be considered. Applicants appearing best qualified based upon a review of the application and responses to supplemental questions will be invited to participate in the testing process. The City of El Segundo, incorporated in 1917, is a unique, quaint city by the sea. Home to approximately 17,000 residents and over 75,000 private sector employees of major aeronautical, sports, media, industrial and multiple Fortune 500 companies including Mattel, Chevron and most recently, the Los Angeles Times and Beyond Meat. Further, El Segundo has become the headquarters for major sports franchises, including the LA Lakers and LA Kings. As the economy broadens, El Segundo is becoming home to a variety of high tech and “creative economy” start-up companies. This is reflected in the City motto "Where Big Ideas Take Off!" Essential Job Functions The Fire Prevention Specialist I-II is responsible for providing a variety of technical and professional work in support of the Fire Prevention Division within the Fire Department. Depending on assignment, work includes code enforcement and outreach activities promoting the preservation of life and property, including field inspection, plans examination, data research and analysis, community preparedness and education programs and activities. SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND EXERCISED : Receives supervision from the Fire Marshal. Fire Prevention Specialist II may provide technical and functional direction over Fire Prevention Specialist I and/or Fire Prevention Interns. Essential functions, as defined under the Americans with Disabilities Act, may include the following typical duties and responsibilities, knowledge, skills, and other characteristics for this classification. This list of duties and responsibilities is ILLUSTRATIVE ONLY and is not a comprehensive listing of all functions and tasks performed by positions in this class. Incumbents may not perform all of the listed functions and/or may be required to perform additional or different functions from those below, to address business needs and changing business practices. Performs existing construction/equipment plan reviews and indicates necessary corrections for fire protection/life safety systems; ensures plans meet the requirements of related federal, state, and local fire protection, life safety codes, regulations and restrictions; Interprets and explains requirements and restrictions relative to fire/life safety codes, ordinances, regulations, policies and procedures to residents, visitor, and businesses; reviews alternative methods to comply with requirements and restrictions; Inspects routine new construction and existing businesses for fire hazards, proper operation of suppression devices, adequacy of fire escapes and exits, and general compliance with fire codes; Inspects installed fire protection systems, fire alarm systems and automatic fire suppression systems; observes fire flows; coordinates work with other local agencies; Prepares notices for code violations; conducts follow-up inspections to ensure corrections have been made and issues permits; issues citations when necessary and closes structures which are declared a fire hazard; Assists in training Fire Department Suppression personnel related to promoting life safety services, community education, and the enforcement of codes and standards of Fire Operations occupancy inspections; Conducts research, analyzes data, compiles information and writes comprehensive technical reports on inspections and actions taken with respect to fire prevention; Works collaboratively with Fire Department, Building Department, City Attorney's Office, Code Enforcement staff, other governmental agencies, and related personnel on a variety of fire and life safety prevention inspection, enforcement and outreach activities; Maintains up-to-date records, writes detailed reports, and maintain related files; Participates in a variety of special projects related to life safety activities; Responds to basic complaints from the general public; investigates complaints and resolve, or assist in resolving matters; Performs a variety of administrative, operational, research and analytical duties in support of life safety programs; develop reports and recommend changes to policies and procedures; Provides administrative and logistical support on a variety of department and City special events as assigned; May attend courses to learn fire investigation techniques; May assist as a Fire Investigator Trainee on investigations with the Fire Marshal; Regularly and predictably attend work, and Perform related duties as assigned. K NOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND OTHER CHARACTERISTICS: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential function. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge and/or skill required. Knowledge of: Accepted safety standards and methods of building construction; California Fire and Building Codes and National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) Standards; Pertinent Federal, State, and local rules, regulations, and ordinances including El Segundo Fire Department Standard Operating Procedures, General Orders, and Administrative Guidelines; Principles and techniques of municipal life safety services work including fire prevention, code enforcement, community preparedness, and emergency planning activities; Research methods and sources of information related to fire and safety inspection work; Fire protection and alarm systems, and building construction; Principles and guidelines of public education, community, and customer relations; Modern office practices, procedures, methods, equipment and software; and English usage, spelling, grammar, and punctuation. Skill in: Interpreting and applying fire and life safety codes and standards; Organizing, coordinating assigned work, and report work progress; Applying technical knowledge; Analyzing problems and develop logical solutions; Promoting life safety programs and principles; Effectively enforcing a variety of life safety and fire prevention codes; Gaining compliance through professionalism and education; Reading and interpreting building plans, specifications, and building codes; Performing mathematical calculations; Organization and time-management; Communicating clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing; Working creatively and collaboratively; Regularly and predictably attend work; Following directions from a supervisor; Understanding and following posted work rules and procedures; Accepting constructive criticism; and Establishing and maintaining cooperative working relationship with those contacted in the course of work. This position may be required to work overtime. Qualifications A combination of experience and education that would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities may be qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be: FIRE PREVENTION SPECIALIST I: Experience: One (1) year experience in fire prevention/inspection is required. Education: Associate degree in Fire Science or a related field and completion of State Fire Prevention 1A and 1B classes are required. Licensing/Certification Requirements: Due to the performance of some field duties which require the operation of a personal or City vehicle, a valid and appropriate California driver's license and acceptable driving record are required. Certification as California State Fire Prevention Officer or I.C.C. Fire Inspector I must be completed within 1 year from date of appointment. FIRE PREVENTION SPECIALIST II: Experience: Three (3) years’ experience in fire prevention/inspection is required. Education: Associate degree in Fire Science or a related field. A Bachelor’s degree in the construction trades, fire administration, public administration or related field is desirable. Licensing/Certification Requirements: Due to the performance of some field duties which require the operation of a personal or City vehicle, a valid and appropriate California driver's license and acceptable driving record are required. Certification as California State Fire Protection Specialist or I.C.C. Fire Inspector II must be completed within 1 year from date of appointment. Disaster Service Worker: In accordance with Government Code Section 3100, City of El Segundo employees, in the event of a disaster, are considered disaster service workers and may be asked to respond accordingly. Working Conditions: Regularly required to climb ladders. Occasionally required to lift and/or carry up to 50 pounds. The City of El Segundo is an Equal Opportunity Employer, committed to supporting Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion initiatives to build and sustain an environment that values diversity, welcomes opportunities to engage and understand others, and fosters a sense of belonging CITY EMPLOYEES ASSOCIATION (CEA) Benefit Summary - Effective 5/17/2019 PERS Retirement : Tier I-2%@55 . Tier II-2%@60 for individuals employed by the City on or after 12/30/12 who are already PERS members. Tier I and II members single highest year coordinated with Social Security and Medicare. Employee required contribution is 8% of pensionable income. PERS 2%@62 for new employees/members hired on or after 1/1/13 have three year average coordinated with Social Security and Medicare and payment of 50% of normal cost (6.75%). Social Security: The City matches employee’s Social Security contribution, which is 6.2% of your salary and is made on a pre-tax basis. The 2023Social Security income cap is $160,200. Retiree Medical: City offers paid retiree medical insurance at same rate as active employees. Medical Insurance : $1,600 per month for employee and dependents' medical insurance under PERS. Educational Incentive : Up to $334.21 for B.A. if job doesn't require it. Must be approved by Department Head. Future employees hired on or after May 10, 2017 not eligible. Optical/Dental/Life/AD&D : $135 per month City contribution. Employee & eligible dependents may be covered for optical and dental. $30,000 term life policy provided by City; employee can purchase additional self and dependent coverage at group rates. AD&D insurance policies provided for employees. Flex Plan : Section 125 Plan, allows for payment of employee-paid insurance, medical treatment, and dependent care expenses with pre-tax dollars. State Disability Insurance : Coverage provided through State Employment Development Department for short-term disability. Costs borne by union employees. Long-Term Disability: City provides fully-paid LTD insurance. Continuance of 66 2/3% of first $9750 of employee's salary after a 60-day waiting period. Applies to non-job related occurrences. Work Schedule: 9/80 with alternating Fridays off. Holidays : 11 fixed paid holidays plus 1 day of personal leave/floating holiday per year. Vacation Leave : 96 hours (1-5 years); 120 hours (6 - 10 years); 144 hours (11 - 15 years): 176 hours (16+ years). Leave can be used after 6 months of service. Annual cash conversion option. Sick Leave : 8 hours per month. 100% payment for accrual over 600 hours and percentage of unused leave paid upon retirement or separation. Bereavement Leave: Three (3) working days [one workweek where travel is 500 miles or more] for qualifying incident. Tuition Reimbursement : Up to $1,750 per year for tuition and books. Longevity Pay: Up to $66.84/mo for 5 yrs of service; Up to $133.68 for 10 yrs of service; Up to $200.53/mo for 15 yrs of service. Future employees hired on or after May 10, 2017 not eligible. Uniform Allowance : Dollar amount varies for specific classes. Other : Voluntary participation in Credit Union; Long-Term Care (premiums paid by employee); Mission Sqaure 457 Deferred Compensation Program; Payroll Direct Deposit. Revised: 12/12; 2/13; 1/14; 2/15; 8/16; 5/17;5/19; 8/22 Closing Date/Time: Continuous
Oklahoma State Department of Health
Comanche County, Oklahoma, United States
Job Posting Title Community Engagement & Planning Director Agency 340 OKLAHOMA STATE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH Supervisory Organization 340 District 5 Job Posting End Date (Continuous if Blank) Note: Applications will be accepted until 11:59 PM on the day prior to the posting end date above. Estimated Appointment End Date (Continuous if Blank) Full/Part-Time Full time Job Type Regular Compensation This position has an annual salary of up to $72,000.00 based on education and experience. Job Description Position Summary: Under the direction of the Regional Administrative Director, this position works to develop programs through collaboration with community partners. This position is responsible for the planning, organizing, directing, and coordinating the principal operations of the Community Engagement and Health Planning team. Position Responsibilities /Essential Functions Assist with PHAB re-accreditation process Actively direct, coordinate, collaborate, and consult with program staff in order to provide direction and guidance for program service delivery for the Community Engagement and Planning team Participate in program analysis, including the analysis or problems and needed services Review relevant budgetary and statistical reports, analyze findings, and make recommendations for program delivery adjustments Cultivate relationships at all levels within and outside the organization Review policies and procedures and participates in policy development Recruit, interview, hire, and train new staff Provide constructive and timely performance evaluations Provide consultation to internal and external customers including central office program staff, community partners, and emergency response partners Participate in community coalition development and enhancement to participate in community assessment, health improvement planning, and strategic planning Minimum Qualifications: Required at this level consists of a master’s degree and four years of professional supervisory, managerial, consultative or administrative experience in public health administration, social work, early childhood development and education, guidance and counseling, nursing, developmental disabilities, public administration, community-based prevention and diversionary youth services programs, juvenile justice, experience in instructing/directing a community service or an equivalent combination of education and experience, substituting one year of professional level experience in the above listed areas for each year of the required education. NOTE: No substitution will be allowed for the required professional supervisory, managerial, consultative or administrative experience. Valued Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Required at this level include knowledge of agency policy; of state and federal regulations relevant to agency programs; of sound methods of administration; of methods of management and planning and of supervisory principles and practices. Ability is required to administer programs and supervise personnel; to maintain effective working relationships with others; and to exercise good judgment in the solution of problems. Physical Demands and Work Environment: Work is typically performed in an office setting with a climate-controlled settings and exposure to moderate noise level. While performing the duties of the job, employee is required to talk, stand, walk, and reach with hands and arms. This position requires long period of sitting and daily use of computer and phone. Equal Opportunity Employment The State of Oklahoma is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of genetic information, race, religion, color, sex, age, national origin, or disability. Current State of Oklahoma employees must apply for open positions through their Workday account. Go to Careers app on WD home screen>Click on 'Find Jobs-Internal State of Oklahoma'.
City of Fort Worth, TX
Fort Worth, TX, United States
Pay Range: $79,500 - $83,622 annual compensation Job Posting Closing on: Tuesday, December 12, 2023 Workdays & Hours: Monday - Friday 8am - 5pm; Some evening/weekend work required. Benefits for this position include: 11 Paid Holidays, Medical, Dental, Vision, Paid Time Off, Pension Plan, Professional Development Opportunities, and much more. The City of Fort Worth is one of the fastest growing large cities in the U.S. Our employees serve the needs of nearly 1,000,000 residents, promoting our values of exceptional customer experience, mutual respect, embracing our diversity, continuous improvement, ethical behavior, and accountability. A Sr. Historic Preservation & Urban Design Planner position is available with the City of Fort Worth Development Services Department. The PRIMARY purpose of this position is to assist with administering Historic Preservation and/or Urban Design in Fort Worth. Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with major coursework in Architecture, Landscape Architecture, City/Urban Planning, Urban Design, Historic Preservation or related field. Five (5) years of experience in Urban Design or Historic Preservation, Land Use Planning, Architecture, Landscape Architecture or related field. Valid Driving License. Preferred Qualifications: Master’s degree from an accredited college or university with major coursework in Architecture, Historic Preservation, Landscape Architecture, City/Urban Planning, Urban Design, or related field. Seven (7) years of experience in Architecture, City/Urban Planning, Historic Preservation, Landscape Architecture, Urban Design, or related field. Experience preparing and presenting at a design-based board or commission. Experience reviewing development plans and facilitating projects. Experience developing and facilitating ordinance amendments. Bilingual English/Spanish skills. Congress of the New Urbanism (CNU) accreditation. The Sr. Historic Preservation & Urban Design Planner job responsibilities include: Assist with administration of the Urban Design Commission. Assist with administration of the Historic and Cultural Landmarks Commission. Plan, develop and perform innovative forms of Public Engagement initiatives as they relate to the Division’s plans and programs. Create and re-write district standards and guidelines. Prepare ordinance amendments for design districts. Interpret and explain City planning and design policies and procedures. Prepare clear and concise reports and summarize complex subject matter. Present design cases at board and commission meetings. Work closely with customers to navigate city regulations. Review construction drawings, including architectural, electrical, mechanical, landscape, and detail/specification sheets. Working Conditions Depending on assignment, positions in this class typically require touching, talking, hearing, seeing, grasping, standing, stooping, kneeling, crouching, reaching, walking, repetitive motions, climbing, balancing, pushing, pulling and lifting; depending on assignment. Incumbents may be exposed to moving mechanical parts, odors, dusts, poor ventilation, chemicals, oils, extreme temperatures, inadequate lighting and intense noises. Physical Demand Depending on assignment, positions in this class typically exert up to 20 pounds of force occasionally, up to 10 pounds of force frequently, and/or a negligible amount of force constantly having to move objects. Conditions of Employment The City of Fort Worth is proud to be an Equal Employment Opportunity employer. It is the policy and practice of the City to recruit, hire, train and promote a diverse workforce without regard to race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy and gender identity), national origin, political affiliation, sexual orientation, marital status, disability, genetic information, age, membership in an employee organization, parental status, military service, or another non-merit factor. The City of Fort Worth is committed to full compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable qualified individuals with disabilities to participate in the job application or interview process and to perform essential job functions. 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.
New York State Office of Parks, Recreation & Historic Preservation
Fineview, New York, United States
Minimum Qualifications Candidates must have four years of full-time experience in the field(s) of carpentry, plumbing, electrical, motor equipment, small engine repair or masonry under a skilled journey-level worker(s) in the same field, which would provide training equivalent to that given in an apprenticeship program. Apprentice training in a trade or training gained by the completion of technical courses in a trade at a school, institute or branch of the Armed Services may be substituted for the above experience on a year-for-year basis. When required to operate motor vehicles, candidates must possess a valid New York State driver's license appropriate for the type of vehicle to be operated. Duties Description The Trades Generalist will be responsible for a primary trade in one of the following: carpentry; plumbing; electric; motor equipment; small engine repair or masonry. Trades Generalists across the various trades have one responsibility in common and that is performing a variety of skilled and semiskilled maintenance, repair, installation, and construction tasks in the mechanical, building, motor equipment and electrical trades. Duties include but are not limited to: •Plan, design and perform all required maintenance work, building and repair of small structures and buildings, roofing, window repairs, door and floor installation and repair, plumbing and electrical repairs. •Prioritize repair projects to meet the immediate needs of the park. •May draw rough sketches or prepare plans to scale to accomplish projects as required. •Responsible for maintaining adequate levels of supplies, tools and equipment to accomplish tasks. •Operate light trucks, tractors, aerial bucket truck and other equipment as required. •Use and maintain small equipment such as generators, power washer, miter saw, table saw, hand tools, etc. •Repair and maintain all facilities and equipment, including buildings, both stone and concrete block and wooden buildings; structures; and mechanical installations within the Wellesley Island State Park Complex. •Install new piping and maintain and repair the water and sewer systems. •Use a chainsaw to fell and remove trees. •Use a variety of small equipment and hand tools. •Operate and complete daily maintenance procedures for tractors, trucks, backhoe, skid steer and mowers. •Assist with maintenance of roads, paths, and trails. Additional Comments OPERATING NEEDS: •Must possess and maintain a valid NYS driver's license as a term and condition of employment. •Must be able to perform medium to heavy physical labor. •Must possess or be able to obtain Game of Logging certification Level 1 & 2 within the probationary period as a term and condition of employment. •Must possess or be able to complete lift training and fall protection training within the probationary period as a term and condition of employment. •Must be able to train and supervise others. •Must be able to plan, layout, and diagnose maintenance problems and read plans and specifications. •Must be able to operate heavy equipment, such as tractors, backhoes, and skid steers. •Must be able to make purchases following all purchasing guidelines. BENEFITS: There are various benefits that a permanent employee is entitled to, based on their negotiating unit: •Vacation, Holiday, Sick, And Personal Leave •Health Care Coverage •Retirement Plan •Payroll Deduction Savings Plans •Tuition Assistance Programs •Life Insurance and Disability Insurance •Employee Assistance Program (EAP) •Employee Wellness Program (EWP) To learn more about our benefits, visit: https://parks.ny.gov/employment/benefits.aspx Some positions may require additional credentials or a background check to verify your identity. Closing Date/Time: 12/12/23
CITY OF GLENDALE CA
Glendale, California, United States
The Position This upper management classification performs skilled office and plan checking work, including complicated and unique projects, to secure compliance with municipal building ordinances and related regulations. Oversees the work distributed to the other levels of Building Code Specialist, consultants, and/or oversees the operation of the Permit Services Center Essential functions of the job include, but are not limited to, the following: Ensures Department services are provided with exceptional customer service and the highest level of ethical standards. Explain building codes and ordinance provisions to the general public, City staff, engineers, architects, contractors, builders or owners. Assess the structural stability of buildings and structures in accordance with the requirements of the Glendale Building and Safety Code. Assess the stability of a site to support proposed construction. Assess project buildings and sites for compliance with accessibility standards to insure that both building and site improvements are accessible to persons with disabilities. Review architectural and structural plans, specifications and computations submitted in connection with applications for permits for single and multiple dwellings, apartment houses, hotels, commercial, office and manufacturing buildings, signs, and any other type of structure, for compliance with the Glendale Building and Safety Code, for structural safety, fire safety, exits and other pertinent City ordinances. Assess building plans for compliance with the State of California Energy Code. Approves or disapproves applications for building permits. Interact with City staff to provide exceptional customer service to permit applicants. May accompany inspection staff on site visits. Prepares or assists in the preparation of new regulations and recommends revision of existing regulations. Prepares correspondence, technical reports and maintains records. Approves or disapproves applications for building permits. May attend meetings on behalf of the Deputy Building Official or Building Official as necessary. Drives on City business as necessary. Assume responsibility for ensuring the duties of their position are performed in a safe, efficient manner. Perform other related duties as assigned or as the situation requires. Minimum Requirements Knowledge, Skills & Abilities Knowledge of: California Building, Residential, Electrical, Plumbing, Mechanical, Energy, Green Building and related codes. Construction methods and materials for one and two story wood framed structures. Laws, ordinances and regulations of City, State and special agencies regarding buildings and structures. Practices and procedures of engineering activities. Prescriptive method of wood construction ("Type V Construction"). Knowledge of and skill in: Exceptional customer service practices. Ability to: Provide exceptional customer service to those using the Community Development Department services. Analyze data, recognize problems and arrive at acceptable recommendations and solutions. Communicate effectively in English, both orally and in writing. Compare construction in progress for compliance with plans and engineering specifications. Conduct technical inspections of occupancies as required. Contribute to a highly effective customer service oriented environment. Develop accurate and concise reports. Develop and maintain policies, procedures and specifications. Develop necessary skills from on-the-job training and meet the standards of performance for the classification by the end of the probationary period. Effectively train and supervisor subordinates. Establish professional working relationships and resolve interpersonal conflicts. Express ideas clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing. Foster a teamwork environment. Model and practice the highest standards of ethical conduct. Read and interpret building plans, calculations, surveys, specifications and blue prints. Read, write and comprehend directions in English. Review and evaluate subordinates' job performance. Other Characteristics Willingness to: Assume responsibility for maintaining a safe working environment. Assume responsibility for providing exceptional customer service. Initiate, recommend and carry out personnel actions. Work the necessary hours and times to accomplish goals, objectives and required tasks. Experience Seven years of professional engineering experience in civil engineering work, including four years in the field of structural engineering. Education/Training Bachelor's Degree in Civil Engineering, Fire Protection, Architecture, or a related construction discipline is required. License(s) / Certification(s) Valid Class C California driver's license. ICC Certification as a Plans Examiner required prior to completion of probationary employment. Cal-EMA Safety Assessment program certification required prior to completion of probationary employment. Registration as a Civil Engineer with the California State Board of Registration for Civil and Professional Engineers or registration as an Architect with the California Architects Board. Registration as a Structural Engineer with the California State Board of Registration for Civil and Professional Engineers is desirable. CASp certification is desirable. Promotional Eligibility Any City of Glendale employee who meets the minimum qualifications for this position, has completed probation or six months of City employment, and is occupying a permanent full-time classification on file in the Human Resources Department. Hourly City employees may be considered, provided that they furnish proof of continuous employment immediately preceding the final filing date, which would equal a minimum of six months of full-time service or 1040 part-time hours. (Civil Service Rule VIII 4-E). Exceptional Customer Service Policy The City of Glendale places a high importance on quality customer service and prides itself for the high level of services it provides by every employee of the organization. As employees of the City of Glendale, we are committed to providing our diverse community and each other with courteous, considerate, and personal attention. Please click on the link to read the Exceptional Customer Service Policy . Note An equivalent combination of experience, education and/or training may substitute for the listed minimum requirements. Selection Process EVALUATION OF APPLICATION: All applications, resumes and submitted reference materials will be reviewed and evaluated and only the best-qualified candidates based on applicable experience will be invited to the selection process. ORAL INTERVIEW: (Weight of 100%) To evaluate the applicant's experience, education, and general background for the position. Candidates must pass each exam component with a minimum score of 70.00% in order to be placed on the eligible list. TIME AND PLACE OF THE EXAMINATION WILL BE ANNOUNCED. Any evaluation will be based on the candidate's education and experience as related to the position. Any examination will be to evaluate the candidate's education, experience, knowledge and skills for the position. The City of Glendale reserves the right to modify the above stated examination components and/or weights. Should this be necessary, the candidates will be notified of the specific examination components and weights prior to the administration of any examination. The selected candidate will be subjected to a background check including Livescan fingerprinting. The City of Glendale conforms with State and Federal obligations to make reasonable accommodation for applicants and employees with disabilities. The Human Resources Department asks that it be advised of special needs at least five days prior to the first test part so that a reasonable accommodation may be made. The provisions of this bulletin do not constitute an express or implied contract. In compliance with the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986, the City of Glendale requires that all new employees provide documentation to establish both work authorization and identity. The City of Glendale offers a comprehensive benefit package including vacation, holiday, and sick leave as well as medical, dental, vision, life, and long-term disability insurance. The above listed benefits apply to full-time, salaried positions only. Closing Date/Time: 12/5/2023 11:59 PM Pacific
CITY OF GLENDALE CA
Glendale, California, United States