City of North Las Vegas

The City of North Las Vegas is a strong but nimble organization with nearly 1,400 employees dedicated to providing a multitude of services for more than 250,000 residents and a growing number of businesses who call the city home. As the city's population continues to boom, our organization continues to grow to meet the needs of our residents and businesses. 

Located at the northern tip of the Las Vegas Valley, North Las Vegas is one of Nevada’s fastest growing cities in Southern Nevada. North Las Vegas is characterized by its friendly atmosphere, development opportunities, civic pride and responsive government.

Benefits and Perks:

(Many of our positions offer the following)

  • 4-day, 36-hour workweek, Monday-Thursday, 8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. (May vary by position specific needs).
  • 100% employer-paid Medical, Dental and Vision insurance plan option, with affordable low cost alternative plans available.
  • 13 paid holidays off annually.
  • 3 weeks of annual leave accrued each year (up to applicable maximums).
  • 3 weeks of sick leave accrued each year (up to applicable maximums).
  • Employer-paid participation in the Public Employees’ Retirement System of Nevada (PERS).
  • Employer-paid Term Life and AD&D insurance for employees, plus dependent life insurance.
  • Deferred compensation 457(b) Plan, which is a government deferred compensation plan similar to a 401(k) plan. It offers both pre-tax and after-tax savings and investment options.
  • Annual merit increase program based on performance evaluations and/or contractual wage increases.
  • Complimentary access to our fully equipped fitness center at City Hall.

 

In addition to a balanced work/life structure of a Four-Day workweek (Yes, three-day weekends for most positions) As detailed above, The City of North Las Vegas provides a competitive employee benefits package including quality and cost effective health insurance for medical, dental and vision care, life insurance, as well as fully paid retirement and deferred compensation plans and so much MORE!!

This is an exciting time in the history of North Las Vegas. North Las Vegas is a unique community to live, work and play. North Las Vegas is already "The Community of Choice" for countess local residents, come make us your Employer of Choice as well!

Come grow your career with us, be a part of the action and make a difference!!!

41 job(s) at City of North Las Vegas

CITY OF NORTH LAS VEGAS North Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
Oct 01, 2022
The City of North Las Vegas is excited to announce a recruitment for the position of Planning Examiner! Candidates will be notified of their status at various times throughout the recruitment process. Please thoroughly review the information and selection process outlined on this announcement. IMPORTANT INFORMATION! For your application to be considered, you MUST: Fully complete an online application - Select "Apply for Job" at the top of this announcement (remember to hit "SUBMIT" at the end of your application). Shift work required - The schedule consists of Monday- Thursday, 8:00am to 6:00pm. Overtime if necessary Pay considerations - The starting hourly pay for this position is $28.05 (step 1). All new employees hired for this position will start at step 1 of the range; no exceptions. Existing employees will receive increases as outlined by their bargaining agreement. Selection Process - Oral Panel Interview: 100%, Passing Score 70% The Role: The Planning Examiner will support our Land Development & Community Department in applying planning principles to the examination of a wide variety of plans, interpreting, applying and explaining applicable laws, codes and regulations and reading plans and maps; and analyzing for compliance with codes and regulations. Reviews plans, specifications, and planning requirements for new construction, addition, and alteration or modification of commercial, industrial, residential, and auxiliary structures for compliance with the requirements of the adopted codes, municipal code, state, federal regulations and applicable conditions of approval. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS : (Duties may include, but are not limited to, the following) Reviews plans for land development to ensure conformance with the requirements of City ordinances and codes, any applicable federal and state laws, laws pertaining to planning and land uses, and any applicable conditions of approval. Reviews and approves applications for land divisions such as reversions to acreage maps and adjustments to boundary lines, parcel maps, and subdivision maps. Assists the public with questions regarding departmental policies procedures, applicable codes, and status of plan checks. Meets with engineers, contractors, developers, architects, and private citizens to discuss and explain technical requirements of codes and ordinances. Conducts research and provides interpretations of codes and ordinances. Assists in the coordination of the plan review and approval process for applicants with Planning and Zoning, Engineering, Fire, and other concerned City departments. Periodically accompanies inspectors to provide advice and guidance when extraordinarily complicated or controversial development problems or questions arise. Provides service at a public counter to answer questions, approve minor plans for building permit issuance. Performs field surveys and investigations related to planning and zoning projects or requests; conducts on-site inspections prior to issuance of certificates of occupancy to ensure compliance with landscaping requirements. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED : Education and Experience : Associate Degree from an accredited college or university in one of the following fields of study: civil engineering, architecture, construction technology, planning or a related technical / social field of study such as surveying OR real estate AND at least two (2) years of practical experience working in a civil engineering or architecture environment. (Required) Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with a major concentration in civil engineering, architecture, landscape architecture, planning, geography or a related technical / social field of study. (Preferred) Equivalency: Minimum of four (4) years working experiencein a planning capacity in a civil engineering or architecture environment. (Required) Prior experience working in Municipal Government (Preferred) Licenses and Certifications : Must possess a valid state driver's license and maintain satisfactory motor vehicle record with the ability to obtain appropriate Nevada state driver's license within required time frame. Working Conditions : Works in a normal office environment where there are little or no physical discomforts associated with changes in weather or discomforts associated with noise, dust, dirt and the like. Working conditions are typically moderately quiet. Regular and timely attendance is required. BACKGROUND PROCESS & PRE EMPLOYMENT REQUIREMENTS Candidates for this position are subject to pre-employment screenings and employment is contingent upon these results. Pre-employment screenings may include, but are not limited to: local, state, and federal criminal history checks, and may require submission of fingerprints; drug screen. Benefits and Perks: (Many of our positions offer the following) 4-day, 36-hour workweek, Monday-Thursday, 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. (May vary by position specific needs). 100% employer-paid Medical, Dental and Vision insurance plan option, with affordable low cost alternative plans available. 13 paid holidays off annually. 3 weeks of annual leave accrued each year (up to applicable maximums). 3 weeks of sick leave accrued each year (up to applicable maximums). Employer-paid participation in the Public Employees' Retirement System of Nevada (PERS). Employer-paid Term Life and AD&D insurance for employees, plus dependent life insurance. Deferred compensation 457(b) Plan, which is a government deferred compensation plan similar to a 401(k) plan. It offers both pre-tax and after-tax savings and investment options. Annual merit increase program based on performance evaluations and/or contractual wage increases. Complimentary access to our fully equipped fitness center at City Hall. Additional Information People Group: Teamster Non Supervisor Compensation Grade: TNE-18 Minimum Salary: 28.05 Maximum Salary: 44.19 Pay Basis: HOURLY
CITY OF NORTH LAS VEGAS North Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
Sep 30, 2022
The City of North Las Vegas is excited to announce a recruitment for the position of Deputy Director Community Services & Engagement! Please review thoroughly the information and selection process outlined on this announcement. IMPORTANT INFORMATION! • Submit a complete application - For your application to be considered, you MUST fully complete an online application, and answer ALL questions. Select "Apply for Job" at the top of this announcement and click "SUBMIT" at the end of your application. • Pay - $98,786.53 (minimum) to $161,190.88 (maximum), depending on experience and qualifications • Work Schedule - Monday - Thursday, 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 a.m. (may work weekend on as-needed basis) • Selection Process - Oral Panel Interview with Presentation Component: 100% THE ROLE: Assists in the planning, organizing and administration of plans, organizes and administers Parking Services, Veterans Services, Homeless Services, Education Initiatives, Housing and Neighborhood Services division, volunteerism and community engagement, and other related community-oriented services, programs, activities, and staff related to City Council priorities and goals. IDEAL CANDIDATE: The ideal candidate will be a public service oriented administrator with extensive background and knowledge in community services combined with excellent leadership traits and remarkable communications skills. The successful candidate will have a proven track record in successfully managing a variety of community projects. The Deputy Director works effectively and collaboratively with the Community Services Director, staff, other City departments, City Managers, City Council, City Mayor, community groups, non-profit organizations, other government entities as well as private companies to support and provide help to the most vulnerable in the community. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Education and Experience • Bachelor's degree in public or business administration, social services or nonprofit administration, or a closely related field; Master's Degree preferred; and • Eight years of progressively responsible professional public administration or nonprofit experience, including at least five years of managerial experience; • OR an equivalent combination of relevant education, training and experience. Licenses and Certifications • Must possess or obtain a valid Nevada driver's license at time of hire and maintain a satisfactory motor vehicle record for the duration of employment. BENEFITS AND PERKS: • 4-day, 36-hour workweek, Monday-Thursday, 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. (May vary by position specific needs) • 100% employer-paid Medical, Dental and Vision insurance plan option, with affordable low cost alternative plans available • 13 paid holidays off annually and floating Holiday • 3 weeks of annual leave accrued each year (up to applicable maximums) • 3 weeks of sick leave accrued each year (up to applicable maximums) • Employer-paid participation in the Public Employees' Retirement System of Nevada (PERS) • Employer-paid Term Life and AD&D insurance for employees, plus dependent life insurance • Deferred compensation 457(b) Plan, which is a government deferred compensation plan similar to a 401(k) plan. It offers both pre-tax and after-tax savings and investment options. • Annual merit increase program based on performance evaluations • Complimentary access to our fully equipped fitness center at City Hall • Annual wellness stipend reimbursement of up to $2,000 PRE-EMPLOYMENT SCREENING: Candidates for this position are subject to a Pre-employment screening. Pre-employment screening includes but is not limited to: Local and State Criminal History Check; Federal Criminal History Check via submissions of fingerprints, and a drug screen. This class specification should not be interpreted as all inclusive. It is intended to identify the major responsibilities and requirements of this job. The incumbents may be requested to perform job-related responsibilities and tasks other than those stated in this specification. Any essential function or requirement of this class will be evaluated as necessary should an incumbent/applicant be unable to perform the function or requirement due to a disability as defined by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Reasonable accommodation for the specific disability will be made for the incumbent/applicant when possible. Additional Information People Group: Assistant Department Directors Compensation Grade: ADD-42 Minimum Salary: 98786.53 Maximum Salary: 161190.88 Pay Basis: YEARLY
CITY OF NORTH LAS VEGAS North Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
Sep 29, 2022
The Role: Plans, supervises, reviews and evaluates the work of professional and technical support staff; performs professional level engineering planning, engineering designing, engineering design review, bidding and construction management duties; coordination of all aspects of both land development and capital improvement projects and programs. Benefits and Perks: (Many of our positions offer the following) • 4-day, 36-hour workweek, Monday-Thursday, 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. (May vary by position specific needs). • 100% employer-paid Medical, Dental and Vision insurance plan option, with affordable low cost alternative plans available. • 13 paid holidays off annually. • 3 weeks of annual leave accrued each year (up to applicable maximums). • 3 weeks of sick leave accrued each year (up to applicable maximums). • Employer-paid participation in the Public Employees' Retirement System of Nevada (PERS). • Employer-paid Term Life and AD&D insurance for employees, plus dependent life insurance. • Deferred compensation 457(b) Plan, which is a government deferred compensation plan similar to a 401(k) plan. It offers both pre-tax and after-tax savings and investment options. • Annual merit increase program based on performance evaluations and/or contractual wage increases. • Complimentary access to our fully equipped fitness center at City Hall. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: (Essential and other important responsibilities and duties may include, but are not limited to, the following) (Depends upon division and section assignment) Plans, organizes, assigns, supervises, reviews and evaluates the work of professional engineering and technical support staff. Recommends selection of staff; trains staff and provides for their professional development. Provides input into the unit's budget; assists in planning goals, objectives, procedures and work standards for the unit. Uses professional engineering license to seal and approve construction drawings and technical specifications, prepared by self or for which has responsible charge, on behalf of the City. Works with professional engineers, developers, utility companies and other entities to solve complex engineering problems encountered during the design and/or construction process. Represents City interests in applicable sate and local groups, such as the Southern Nevada Water Authority, Regional Flood Control District, Regional Transportation Commission, Nevada Department of Transportation, and other agencies. Writes requests for proposal and contract specifications for design and construction administration services; participates in the selection of consultants and administers professional service agreements. Conducts feasibility and cost studies; develops engineering solutions to problems related to assigned projects; recommends alternative approaches, including the use of contract services and the incorporation of new methods and materials. Maintains liaison with various utility, governmental agency and City departmental staff; ensures that building codes and applicable permit conditions are met in assigned projects. Provides project leadership or supervision to staff, including work assignment, review and evaluation. Maintains accurate records and prepares a variety of periodic and special reports. ENGINEERING DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT ENGINEER ONLY Performs professional level engineering planning, engineering designing, bidding, and construction management for projects and programs including difficult, technically complex and/or sensitive capital improvement, remodeling and major repair projects of City facilities. Prepares detailed and complex project designs, technical reports, cost estimates, specifications and project schedules. Administers contracts and confers with architects and construction contractors; schedules projects; provides technical oversight, inspects work in progress and ensures that all work complies with contract specifications and applicable codes and standards. Reviews and negotiates requests for payment and change orders; tracks and documents project costs. Confers with facilities maintenance staff and recommends solutions to building design, maintenance and operational problems. DEVELOPMENT AND FLOOD CONTROL ENGINEER ONLY: Reviews and evaluates engineering design plans and technical studies prepared by professional engineers to ensure compliance with federal, state, regional and local regulations as they apply to the design and construction of improvements associated with residential, commercial and industrial land development projects, such as roadways, bridges, culverts, utility systems and stormwater management/flood control facilities. Administers the Federal Emergency Management Agency's (FEMA) National Flood Insurance Program and the Community Rating System for the City of North Las Vegas, ensuring compliance with all federal, state and local regulations; works with the Regional Flood Control District (RFCD) to implement the RFCD Master Facilities Plan. Approves permits for grading and construction of off-site improvements. Responds to citizen complaints of flooding and/or stormwater management problems and works with other departments/divisions to effect solutions. Responds to flood emergencies by monitoring weather conditions and flow depths within the City's flood control facilities and coordinating response efforts with other emergency response personnel and agencies. Reviews Planning Commission agenda items and generates conditions of approval to ensure compliance with federal, state and local regulations; works with other departments, developers and engineers to resolve engineering planning issues on Planning Commission items; represents the Department of Public Works at Planning Commission meetings, providing information and answers to questions posed by the Planning Commissioners; makes presentations to the Planning Commission and/or City Council on various land development issues. TRAFFIC SENIOR ENGINEER ONLY: Reviews traffic impact studies, planning documents, development plans, legislation and capital improvement programs to evaluate the impact on the transportation system. Ensures compliance with federal, state, regional and local regulations as they apply to the design and construction of residential, commercial and industrial land development improvements including roadways, intersections, signing, striping, traffic signals, street lighting, pedestrian and bicycle treatments, ADA compliance, and intelligent transportation systems. Review, investigate, and settle disputes between developers and the City. Performs transportation studies by planning, organizing, designing, and preparing special transportation research projects and conducting and/or directing data collection. Assesses external (citizen, school district) and internal (elected officials, Traffic Operations staff, police department) requests to identify and evaluate transportation design, maintenance and operational issues, analyze alternatives and make recommendations. Works with the Regional Transportation Commission (RTC) and the Freeway and Arterial System of Transportation (FAST) to plan and implement regional policies for bicycle facilities, pedestrian movement, and traffic signal timing and coordination, among others. Assists in development of local and regional transportation improvement programs by preparing descriptions with estimated costs and funding sources. Supervises the review and approval of permits for temporary traffic control for off-site improvement construction. Maintains accurate files, reports and data, including a complex automated transportation planning and modeling database and the cost participation agreement database. Supervises the review of Planning Commission agenda items to ensure compliance with federal, state and local regulations; works with other departments, developers and engineers to resolve engineering planning issues on Planning Commission items; represents the Department of Public Works at Planning Commission meetings, providing information and answers to questions posed by the Planning Commissioners; makes presentations to the Planning Commission and/or City Council on various land development issues. Prepares federal/state grant applications for traffic and transportation planning projects. Assists with the development of engineering solutions to problems related to streetlights, traffic signals, pavement markings, traffic control and enhancements Plans and coordinates various projects such as traffic circulation, safety studies, traffic signal coordination programs, and bikeway and trail system planning. Oversee the cost participation program for traffic mitigation measures and provide periodic updates on such WASTEWATER SENIOR ENGINEER ONLY: Performs professional level engineering planning, engineering designing, bidding, and construction management for projects and programs including difficult, technically complex and/or sensitive capital improvement, remodeling and major repair projects of the Water Reclamation Facility, wastewater collection system and reclaimed water distribution system. Works with professional engineers, contractors, utility companies and other entities to solve complex engineering problems encountered during the design and/or construction process. Reviews and evaluates engineering design plans and technical studies prepared by professional engineers to ensure compliance with federal, state, regional and local regulations as they apply to the design and construction of improvements associated with the Water Reclamation Facility, wastewater collection system and reclaimed water distribution system. Performs other duties as required. Regular and timely attendance is required. (Senior Engineers must perform the essential functions and if in a specific division, perform the additional functions listed pertaining to that division) MATERIAL AND EQUIPMENT USED: Standard office equipment, calculator, computer, engineering software, drafting equipment and motor vehicle. Qualifications and Attributes: Education and Experience: Bachelor's degree from a four-year college or university with major course work in civil engineering or a related field. Four years of professional level engineering work and project management experience in the applicable area of responsibility (Engineering Services, Development and Flood Control, Technical Services, or Transportation Services), preferably in a public agency. Equivalency: May substitute a combination of equivalent education and experience. The city assesses 1 year of fulltime experience as equivalent to one year of education. Licenses and Certifications: Registered Professional Engineer in the State of Nevada. If registered in another state must obtain Nevada registration within one year of hire/reclassification. Registered Professional Architect in State of Nevada. If registered in another state must obtain Nevada registration within one year of hire/reclassification. (Public Works, Engineering Services candidates only). Certification through the Association of State Floodplain Managers Certified Floodplain Manager Program required within 1 year of hire/reclassification. (Development and Flood Control Division candidates only) Registered Professional Traffic Operations Engineer Certificate is required within 1 year of hire/reclassification. (Traffic Engineering Position candidates only) Grade 2 Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator Certification in the State of Nevada. If certified in another state must obtain Nevada certification with six months of hire/reclassification. (Wastewater Engineering Position candidates only) Must possess a valid Nevada State Driver's License and maintain satisfactory motor vehicle records during the duration of employment. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Theories, principles and practices of engineering in the applicable area of responsibility (Engineering Services, Development and Flood Control, Technical Services, or Transportation Services). For the position of Wastewater Senior Engineer, the following education and experience are required in addition to the above requirements. Wastewater Senior Engineer - Theories, principles and practices of engineering in the operation of a wastewater treatment plant, with an emphasis on membrane bioreactor technology, and reclaimed water distribution systems. Planning, directing and reviewing the work of professional and support staff, consultants or contractors. Performing and overseeing professional level engineering design, installation and retrofitting work. Preparing and interpreting a variety of documents, including contract plans, specifications, sketches, diagrams and written reports, correspondence and agreements. Reviewing contract documents for completeness and accuracy. Using initiative and independent judgment within general policy guidelines. Interpreting, applying and explaining complex policies, codes and regulations. Setting priorities, coordinating multiple activities and meeting critical deadlines. Analytical abilities necessary to make sound, logical interpretations of codes and regulations are required. Many interpretations and decisions must be made quickly; sound judgment required to act in best interest of the jurisdiction. Interpersonal skills to effectively interact with the general public, technical staff, professional engineers, governmental officials at all levels and representatives of private (contract) firms to explain City requirements, project requirements, specifications, etc. Principles and practices of employee supervision and project and contract management. Materials and techniques of construction, remodeling and major repairs of City and public facilities. Safety principles, practices and equipment related to engineering and construction. Applicable laws, codes and regulations. Computer applications related to engineering and construction. While performing the essential functions of this job the employee is regularly required to sit. WORKING CONDITIONS: While performing the essential functions of the job the employee is primarily required to work in a typical office setting, use standard office equipment, read printed materials and a computer screen and communication in person and over the telephone. Works in an office environment where there is little or no physical discomfort associated with changed in weather or discomfort associated with noise, dust, dirt, etc. Background: This position requires a Tier I background check with the North Las Vegas Police Department. Background check includes but is not limited to: Local and State Criminal History Check; Federal Criminal History Check. This position requires a Group I medical evaluation. Medical evaluation consists of a drug screen. Selection Process: • Oral Interview: Weight 100% Passing Score 70% Additional Information People Group: Teamster Administrative Compensation Grade: TEX-23 Minimum Salary: 2914.64 Maximum Salary: 4590.68 Pay Basis: BIWEEKLY
CITY OF NORTH LAS VEGAS North Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
Sep 29, 2022
The City of North Las Vegas is excited to announce a recruitment for the position of Part -Time Communications and Public Information Intern! Candidates will be notified of their status at various times throughout the recruitment process. Please thoroughly review the information and selection process outlined on this announcement. IMPORTANT INFORMATION! For your application to be considered, you MUST: Fully complete an online application. Select "Apply for Job" at the top of this announcement (remember to hit "SUBMIT" at the end of your application). Shift work required. The schedule is to be determined. Pay considerations. The starting hourly pay for this position is $10.00 (step 1). All new employees hired for this position will start at step 1 of the range; Existing employees will receive increases as outlined by their bargaining agreement. Selection Process. Oral Panel Interview: 100% Passing Score 70% The Role: The Communications & Public Information Intern functions in a communications team support role for the implementation, development, and coordination of marketing and communication activities. This includes photography and video, posting information on social media pages, updating City websites, representing the City of North Las Vegas at public and media events, drafting information for public announcements and news releases, and other similar duties as required. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: (Duties may include, but are not limited to, the following) • Under the direction of a supervisor, adds/edits information on web pages, creates flyers, and develops draft social media posts. • Assists with the physical set-up, layout and execution for media events, ribbon cutting ceremonies, programs, press conferences and other activities in the public information department. • Assists with photography and video for various events such as press conferences, ribbon cutting, special presentations, Council meetings, and other similar programs. • Gathers facts and information through interfacing with departments in preparation for media and communication pieces; drafts materials such as newsletters, reports, articles, one-sheets, and other collateral for various audiences. • Coordinates and schedules special projects and events as directed. • Performs other related duties as required. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED: EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCES: • Enrollment in a regional college/university/technical college or school preferred • Seeking students within the following programs of study: Public Relations, Communications, Journalism, Media Studies, and/or related fields • Current earned grade point average of 3.0 or better • Fluency in Spanish preferred LICENSES AND CERTIFICATES: • Must possess a valid state driver's license and maintain satisfactory motor vehicle record, with the ability to obtain a Nevada state driver's license within required time frame. WORKING CONDITIONS: • Works in a normal office environment where there is little or no physical discomfort associated with changes in weather or discomfort associated with noise, dust, dirt, and the like. • Attend meetings and make presentations outside of normal working hours. • Employee may be required to work an alternative or flexible schedule, outside of normal business hours, which may include evenings, weekends, holidays, and/or extended hours. • Must be able to lift a minimum of 15 pounds, and may be required to exert up to 25 pounds of force occasionally and /or a negligible amount of force constantly to move objects • May occasionally work outside in all types of weather BACKGROUND PROCESS & PRE EMPLOYMENT REQUIREMENTS Candidates for this position are subject to pre-employment screenings and employment is contingent upon these results. Pre-employment screenings may include, but are not limited to: local, state, and federal criminal history checks, and may require submission of fingerprints; drug screen. Additional Information People Group: Temporary Compensation Grade: TMP-30 Minimum Salary: 10 Maximum Salary: 16 Pay Basis: BIWEEKLY
CITY OF NORTH LAS VEGAS North Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
Sep 29, 2022
The City of North Las Vegas is excited to announce a recruitment for the position of Mapping Specialist ! Candidates will be notified of their status at various times throughout the recruitment process. Please thoroughly review the information and selection process outlined on this announcement. This announcement will be set to close when 100 applicants have been reached. IMPORTANT INFORMATION! • Submit a complete application - For your application to be considered, you MUST fully complete an online application, and answer ALL questions. Select "Apply for Job" at the top of this announcement and click "SUBMIT" at the end of your application (applying for a position does not guarantee an interview nor an offer of position) • Pre-Employment Screening - Candidates for this position are subject to a Pre-employment screening. Pre-employment screening includes but is not limited to: Local & State Criminal History Check; Federal Criminal History Check via submission of fingerprints; Drug screening. • Selection Process - Oral Interview: Weight 100% Passing Score 70% THE ROLE: Under general direction of the Utilities Support Supervisor, incumbents participate in the development, implementation, operation, and maintenance of assigned databases and maps. Ensure integrity, quality, and accuracy of the Utilities information and data. Update water, sewer, and storm drainage maps and utility information. Review data from Department staff and other departments. Review both manual and digital data submittals of Engineering approved plans and as built plans. Perform a variety of processing functions including topological modeling, document management, Geo coding, and input of GPS data. Provide assistance, training, and technical support to staff and other clients using mapping products. Operate scanners, GPS equipment, printers, and plotters. Publish and display spatial and relational information including tables, graphs, maps, slides, and multimedia presentations. Participate in data input, conversion, and translation. Undertake duties using Auto Desk, ERSI, and modeling software. BENEFITS AND PERKS: (Many of our positions offer the following) • 4-day, 36-hour workweek, Monday-Thursday, 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. (May vary by position specific needs). • 100% employer-paid Medical, Dental and Vision insurance plan option, with affordable low cost alternative plans available. • 13 paid holidays off annually. • 3 weeks of annual leave accrued each year (up to applicable maximums). • 3 weeks of sick leave accrued each year (up to applicable maximums). • Employer-paid participation in the Public Employees' Retirement System of Nevada (PERS). • Employer-paid Term Life and AD&D insurance for employees, plus dependent life insurance. • Deferred compensation 457(b) Plan, which is a government deferred compensation plan similar to a 401(k) plan. It offers both pre-tax and after-tax savings and investment options. • Annual merit increase program based on performance evaluations and/or contractual wage increases. • Complimentary access to our fully equipped fitness center at City Hall. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: (Duties may include, but are not limited to, the following) • Maintain, update, review and ensure integrity, quality and accuracy of utilities information data entry into the water and sewer map and associated modeling databases and tables. • Create design plans and specifications using all available sources of background information, for a project or program, to meet the needs of the Utilities Department. • Create original, digital redline and as-built utility plans, utilizing Auto Desk and ERSI products; interpret inspectors notes and field marked-up drawings and maps; follows up to clarify notes and report discrepancies; applies facilities installation data, including notes, details, and information to section sheets, and drawings • Audit and review all existing utility archive plan data and update all necessary data base and plan information for completion of a comprehensive mapping base and historic records of construction of existing and abandoned facilities. • Edits and corrects source data, produces maps of analytical data and prepares reductions and enlargements of drawings when required; produces and updates maps and databases using GIS and CAD software applications and equipment • Produce digital redlines from compilation of existing approved utility plan data, GPS field points and redline notes, review and report design and UDAC discrepancies to the Manager of Engineering and Technical services. • Geo reference all original and as built engineering drawings to state plane coordinates for the document management archive retrieval and customer enquiry system. • Undertake field site verification of City site infrastructure, identify and map all associated assets and associated records. • Review digital data and hard copy plan submittals of all engineering plans for completeness of data and entry of that data into the approved facility layer and the constructed facility layer. Assist client companies and provide assistance and training in digital submittal standards. • Attends training and upgrades knowledge of spatial information and how it applies to utility applications and work processes. Apply new techniques and documents implementation • Performs data entry and assists in advanced simulations using a complex water or waste water model which includes multiple pump stations and control valves. • Collection of GIS data for the purpose of utility mapping data purpose only using GPS and other instrumentation for navigation and location of utilities. Perform GPS of above ground infrastructure and update the water, sewer and storm drainage maps and utility information to constructed status. • Research and provides the customer with accurate and up to date plans and mapping data of utility water and sewer projects and answers questions. • Train new personnel assigned to the team; reviews the work of other staff to the satisfactory completion and correct representation of installed water and water facilities; provides assistance and training to others on technical problems and techniques; provides leadership direction, guidance, training and coaching to Interns and temporary personnel. • Writes memorandums, letters, and technical reports of all findings, conclusions and recommendations based on a thorough analysis and interpretation of data for presentation to others. • Performs other related duties as assigned MATERIAL AND EQUIPMENT USED: • General Office Equipment • Computerized Mapping Systems • Personal Computer • Calculator • Motor Vehicle • Trimble GPS Equipment QUALIFICATIONS AND ATTRIBUTES: Education and Experience • Associate's degree or equivalent from a two-year college or technical school in engineering, Geographical Information Systems, or related field; and, • Four or more years of progressively responsible related experience in mapping or GIS Licenses and Certifications • Must possess a valid state driver's license and maintain satisfactory motor vehicle record with the ability to obtain appropriate Nevada state driver's license within required time frame. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities • Using tact, discretion, initiative and independent judgment within established guidelines. • Researching, compiling and summarizing a variety of information and statistical data and materials. • Organizing work, setting priorities, meeting critical deadlines and following up assignments with a minimum of direction. • Good mathematical skills. • Communicating clearly and effectively, both orally and in writing. • Preparing clear and concise reports, correspondence and other written materials. • Ability to read and understand engineering plans and specifications. • Ability to coordinate complex public works projects with consultants, contractors, utilities, and other agencies. • Ability to understand and carry out oral and written instructions, giving close attention to details. • Ability to apply concepts such as fractions, percentages, ratios and proportions to practical situations. • Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operations and maintenance instructions, procedure manuals and so forth. • Ability to read, analyze and interpret professional periodicals and journals, technical procedures and government regulations. • Ability to deal with problems involving several concrete variables in standardized situations. • Ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts and draw valid conclusions. • Ability to provide technical supervision over lower level technical personnel. • While performing the essential functions of this job, the employee is frequently required to stand, walk, sit use hands to finger, handle, feel, climb, balance, talk, hear and lift and/or move up to 25 pounds. WORKING CONDITIONS: Works in a normal office environment where there is little or no physical discomfort associated with changes in weather or discomfort associated with noise, dust, dirt and the like. Working conditions are typically moderately quiet. Regular and timely attendance is required This class specification may not be interpreted as all-inclusive. It is intended to identify the major responsibilities and requirements of this job. The incumbents may be requested to perform job-related responsibilities and tasks other than those stated in this description. Any essential function or requirement of this class will be evaluated as necessary should an incumbent/applicant be unable to perform the function or requirement due to a disability as defined by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Reasonable accommodations for the specific disability will be made for the incumbent/applicant as possible. **NRS 286.042 NV PERS Official Policy 11.6 (Template Updated 9/27/22) Additional Information People Group: Teamster Non Supervisor Compensation Grade: TNE-18 Minimum Salary: 28.05 Maximum Salary: 44.19 Pay Basis: HOURLY
CITY OF NORTH LAS VEGAS North Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
Sep 27, 2022
The City of North Las Vegas is excited to announce a recruitment for the position of Recreation Customer Specialist! Please thoroughly review the information and selection process outlined on this announcement. IMPORTANT INFORMATION! • Submit a complete application - For your application to be considered, you MUST fully complete an online application, and answer ALL questions. Select "Apply for Job" at the top of this announcement and click "SUBMIT" at the end of your application (applying for a position does not guarantee an interview nor an offer of position) • Pre-Employment Screening - Candidates for this position are subject to a Pre-employment screening. Pre-employment screening includes but is not limited to: Local & State Criminal History Check; Federal Criminal History Check via submission of fingerprints; Drug screening. • Pay - The starting hourly pay for this position is $20.58 (step 1). All new employees hired for this position will start at step 1 of the range; no exceptions. Existing employees will receive increases as outlined by their bargaining agreement. • Selection Process - Oral Panel Interview: Weight 100% Passing score: 70% THE ROLE: Performs specialized customer and facility support duties, serves as a working supervisor related to part time staff at the front desk, including but not limited to customer service, customer transactions, staff scheduling, staff training and facility support duties IDEAL CANDIDATE: The ideal candidate will have experience working within parks and recreation providing a friendly and professional customer service and recreation program transactions to the public. BENEFITS AND PERKS: (Many of our positions offer the following) • 4-day, 36-hour workweek, Monday-Thursday, 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. (May vary by position specific needs). • 100% employer-paid Medical, Dental and Vision insurance plan option, with affordable low cost alternative plans available. • 13 paid holidays off annually. • 3 weeks of annual leave accrued each year (up to applicable maximums). • 3 weeks of sick leave accrued each year (up to applicable maximums). • Employer-paid participation in the Public Employees' Retirement System of Nevada (PERS). • Employer-paid Term Life and AD&D insurance for employees, plus dependent life insurance. • Deferred compensation 457(b) Plan, which is a government deferred compensation plan similar to a 401(k) plan. It offers both pre-tax and after-tax savings and investment options. • Annual merit increase program based on performance evaluations and/or contractual wage increases. • Complimentary access to our fully equipped fitness center at City Hall. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS : (Duties may include, but are not limited to, the following) • Develops, coordinates, implements, schedules, and evaluates recreation programs, services, events, and activities to meet the needs of the community; ensures activities follow established local/state requirements, policies, contracts, safety regulations, and department goals. • Oversees activities for participants in programs; provides supervision to program participants; ensures the safety of program participants; assists participants with information and referral services. Depending on assigned program area, completes accident and incident reports; speaks and follows up with parents regarding their concerns, complaints; maintains records of program attendance. • Documents the progress and effectiveness of specific and assigned programs offered by the city; attends various meetings pertinent to assigned area of responsibility; makes presentations and provides information on assigned program area; makes recommendations for additions, deletions, or revisions to programs; justifies recommendations with appropriate background data; creates partnerships and collaborative networking with outside agencies and organizations to provide quality programming • Plans program content; assists in the organization, implementation, and evaluation of rules and procedures; develops calendars; reviews plan with a supervisor; researches new program ideas; prepares program schedules, which may include but is not limited to, scheduling ball fields, swim lessons, rentals field trips, and classes. Develops brochures, flyers and other promotional materials; prepares reports, letters, statistical data, documents and grant applications; input data into Class software; maintains a variety of records and files; completes a variety of paperwork; may issue permits for facility use. • Assists with recruiting hiring, training, scheduling, supervising, and evaluating lower level full-time, part-time, seasonal and temporary staff, volunteers, including overseeing and communicating with instructions of various classes offered through the Parks and Recreation Department; reviews and verifies time sheets; directs and reviews work; instructs staff; ensures adherence to safety policies and procedures; schedules regular meetings for assigned program area. • Provides input into the preparation of the annual budget for assigned programs; coordinates fund raising endeavors; monitors expenditures and revenue; identifies program needs, project goals and solicits needed support; tracks budget for assigned program area; coordinates the purchase of equipment, supplies and uniforms; may assist with bid processes; may collect fees and prepare invoices at program locations. • Responds to public inquiries regarding assigned projects and programs by telephone, correspondence, or during public meetings; ensures excellent customer service is given at the City's program sites; acts as information source regarding assigned programs and the City's recreation services, activities, facilities, capital improvement projects, and/or special programs; serves as a representative of the City; acts as a liaison, establishes, and maintains positive working relationships with various other City divisions and departments, community organizations, state/local agencies, advisory boards and the public. (Template updated 8/17/2022) MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Education and Experience • High School Diploma or GED • Two years of customer service work • May substitute a combination of equivalent education and experience. Note: They city assesses 1 year of fulltime experience as equivalent to one year of education. Licenses and Certifications: • Must possess a valid state driver's license and maintain a satisfactory motor vehicle record with the ability to obtain an appropriate Nevada State driver's license within the required time frame. • Valid First Aid Certification is preferred at time of hire/reclassification, but required within 60-days of the hire date. • CPR certification Is preferred at time of hire/classification, but required within 60-days of the hire date WORKING CONDITIONS: Usually works in a normal office environment where there is little or no physical discomfort associated with changes in weather or discomfort associated with noise, dust, dirt and the like. • Responsible for enforcing City safety rules and OSHA standards within his assigned work area. • May be required to wear Personal Protection Equipment (PPE). Additional Information People Group: Teamster Non Supervisor Compensation Grade: TNE-13 Minimum Salary: 20.58 Maximum Salary: 32.41 Pay Basis: HOURLY
CITY OF NORTH LAS VEGAS North Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
Sep 23, 2022
The City of North Las Vegas is excited to announce a recruitment for the position of Graffiti Removal Technician! Candidates will be notified of their status at various times throughout the recruitment process. Please thoroughly review the information and selection process outlined on this announcement. IMPORTANT INFORMATION! For your application to be considered, you MUST: Fully complete an online application - Select "Apply for Job" at the top of this announcement (remember to hit "SUBMIT" at the end of your application). Shift work required - The schedule consists of Monday- Thursday, 7:00am to 4:30pm. Overtime if necessary Pay considerations - The starting hourly pay for this position is $19.47 (step 1). All new employees hired for this position will start at step 1 of the range; no exceptions. Existing employees will receive increases as outlined by their bargaining agreement. Selection Process - Oral Panel Interview: 100%, Passing Score 70% The Role: Perform semi-skilled work in preparing surfaces for painting, mixing paints and applying all types of paints, textures, coverings and protective coating using a paintbrush, roller or spray gun to remove graffiti vandalism in a timely manner. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: (Duties may include, but are not limited to, the following) Plan projects; estimate materials, tools and equipment for work assignments; orders and picks up materials and supplies from vendors as needed. Prepare surfaces for painting, texturing and covering by sanding, scraping, washing and brushing to remove graffiti by chemical means or painting over markings. Coordinate painting schedules with occupants of buildings, offices and park and recreation facilities to assure minimal disruption to normal operations. Spread drop cloth, tape protective covering and ensures that paint is not applied to unwanted areas. Apply paint, texture and wall covering by brush, roller or spray equipment to a variety of exterior structures. Mix paints and other coverings to ensure proper consistency. Erect scaffolding up to 25 feet high; works from ladders and planks to reach high surfaces. Clean and maintain painting equipment, tools and materials and ensures proper inventory of items used. Maintain accurate records, logs and evidence related to graffiti. Creates computer case files and records information on all actions taken. Remove illegally posted signs and assess associated costs and fees. Interpret The City of North Las Vegas Graffiti and Sign Ordinances, and educate citizens of possible violations. Performs other related duties as required. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED: Education and Experience: High school diploma or GED; and, One year of experience in the painting or construction trades involving estimating materials, tools and supplies for projects, and basic terminology. Licenses and Certifications: Must possess or obtain a valid Nevada driver's license and maintain satisfactory motor vehicle record. WORKING CONDITIONS: While performing the essential functions of this position, the employee is frequently exposed to potentially hazardous paints and coating materials, working near moving mechanical parts, risk of electrical shock and outdoor weather conditions. May be required to wear personal protective equipment while performing job duties. Working conditions are occasionally loud. Works frequently outdoors in hot and cold weather. Regular and timely attendance is required BACKGROUND PROCESS & PRE EMPLOYMENT REQUIREMENTS Candidates for this position are subject to pre-employment screenings and employment is contingent upon these results. Pre-employment screenings may include, but are not limited to: local, state, and federal criminal history checks, and may require submission of fingerprints; drug screen. Benefits and Perks: (Many of our positions offer the following) 4-day, 36-hour workweek, Monday-Thursday, 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. (May vary by position specific needs). 100% employer-paid Medical, Dental and Vision insurance plan option, with affordable low cost alternative plans available. 13 paid holidays off annually. 3 weeks of annual leave accrued each year (up to applicable maximums). 3 weeks of sick leave accrued each year (up to applicable maximums). Employer-paid participation in the Public Employees' Retirement System of Nevada (PERS). Employer-paid Term Life and AD&D insurance for employees, plus dependent life insurance. Deferred compensation 457(b) Plan, which is a government deferred compensation plan similar to a 401(k) plan. It offers both pre-tax and after-tax savings and investment options. Annual merit increase program based on performance evaluations and/or contractual wage increases. Complimentary access to our fully equipped fitness center at City Hall. Additional Information People Group: Teamster Non Supervisor Compensation Grade: TNE-12 Minimum Salary: 19.47 Maximum Salary: 30.67 Pay Basis: HOURLY
CITY OF NORTH LAS VEGAS North Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
Sep 22, 2022
The City of North Las Vegas is excited to announce a recruitment for the position of Lead Bailiff! Please thoroughly review the information and selection process outlined on this announcement. IMPORTANT INFORMATION! • Submit a complete application - For your application to be considered, you MUST fully complete an online application, and answer ALL questions. Select "Apply for Job" at the top of this announcement and click "SUBMIT" at the end of your application (applying for a position does not guarantee an interview nor an offer of position) • Pay - The starting hourly pay for this position is $36.59 (step 1). All new employees hired for this position will start at step 1 of the range; no exceptions. Existing employees will receive increases as outlined by their bargaining agreement. • Work Schedule - Monday - Thursday, 7:00 am - 5:00 pm • Selection Process - Oral Panel Interview: 100% Passing score: 70% THE ROLE: This lead position is responsible for overseeing, directing, assigning, and reviewing the work performance of full-time or part-time Bailiffs in the Municipal Court relating to maintaining Courtroom and Courthouse security. This position also includes performing the full range of bailiff duties. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS : (Duties may include, but are not limited to, the following) • Plan, prioritize, assign, supervise and review the work of full-time and part-time Bailiffs who are performing professional duties in the Municipal Court related to maintaining Court security. Provide overall technical and administrative direction to personnel. • Participate in the training, evaluation, and disciplinary processes involving subordinates. • Recommend and assist in the implementation of goals and objectives of the department; prepare and implement operation policies and procedures. • Operates the security and metal detection systems of the Court to eliminate all dangerous and deadly weapons. • Maintains order and safety in the public lobby. • Opens and locks secured areas and facilities; sets up courtroom for operation. • Maintains order and decorum in the courtroom. • Provides safety and security for the judge, court staff, attorneys, and the public in the courtroom and in the public areas of the courthouse facility. • May serve warrants within the Justice Facility. • Initiate booking sheets and other court documents on subjects remanded to custody by the court. • Assists transportation officers in moving detainees to and from courtroom, holding cells, and vehicles. • Preserve law and order; discover and prevent the commission of crimes; and enforce laws and ordinances. • Maintain contact with citizens regarding potential law enforcement problems and preserve a positive relationship with the public; maintain active role in areas of public education relative to the judicial system. • Attend training sessions on changes in laws pertaining to arrests, the use of force and other law enforcement related issues, use of new equipment and procedures. • Take emergency action and/or notifies emergency personnel as the situation warrants; may administer basic first aid or CPR if required. • May perform general office support work, deliver or pick-up documents and other materials and assist the judge in other ways as instructed. • May operate video recording equipment in the courtroom. • Performs other related duties as required. BENEFITS AND PERKS: (Many of our positions offer the following) • 4-day, 36-hour workweek, Monday-Thursday, 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. (May vary by position specific needs). • 100% employer-paid Medical, Dental and Vision insurance plan option, with affordable low cost alternative plans available. • 13 paid holidays off annually. • 3 weeks of annual leave accrued each year (up to applicable maximums). • 3 weeks of sick leave accrued each year (up to applicable maximums). • Employer-paid participation in the Public Employees' Retirement System of Nevada (PERS). • Employer-paid Term Life and AD&D insurance for employees, plus dependent life insurance. • Deferred compensation 457(b) Plan, which is a government deferred compensation plan similar to a 401(k) plan. It offers both pre-tax and after-tax savings and investment options. • Annual merit increase program based on performance evaluations and/or contractual wage increases. • Complimentary access to our fully equipped fitness center at City Hall. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Education and Experience • High school diploma or equivalent and; • Minimum age of 21(at time of application), U.S. citizen, character above reproach. • Three (3) years full-time experience as a Bailiff or equivalent Law Enforcement experience in a court setting; or three (3) years of full-time experience as a Nevada P.O.S.T. Category II (or higher) Certified Law Enforcement Officer. • Bilingual proficiency is preferred. Licenses and Certifications • Must possess a valid Nevada P.O.S.T Category II (or higher) certification at the time of application. Weapons qualification is required for duty weapon. • Applicants with P.O.S.T. certifications outside the state of Nevada must provide documentation at time of application proving their certification meets Nevada P.O.S.T. Category II standards or above. • Must possess a valid state driver's license. Medical Standards • Must meet City's medical standards at time of hire and for duration of employment. • Visual Acuity: Vision 20/20 in best eye and not worse than 20/30 in worse eye with/without correction. If correction is necessary, uncorrected vision no worse than 20/100 in each eye. • Color Vision: Must recognize 4/6 plates on titmus color vision test • Hearing: Average hearing 1000/2000/3000 HZ must not exceed 25db. No single reading to exceed 35db at 500/1000/2000/3000/4000HZ. A hearing aid can be accepted with a letter from an audiologist indicating proper fit and level of hearing correction in both ears. Physical & Mental Abilities • Ability to learn and follow rules and regulations of the NLV Municipal Court and of pertinent federal, state, and local laws, regulations, ordinances as applicable to the bailiff function. • Ability to apply law enforcement principles, practices, methods, techniques and equipment as required on assignments. • Ability to make quick, sound and logical decisions, sometimes in emergency situations, and be able to work under stress and strict discipline. • Ability to communicate clearly and concisely. • Ability to establish and maintain effective working and public relationships. • Ability to learn proper and correct care and use of firearms, camera, department radio, computers and other municipal court related equipment. • Ability to work in a security type environment and manage stressful and potentially dangerous/difficult contact situations. Pre-Employment Screening Candidates for this position are subject to a Pre-employment screening. Pre-employment screening includes but is not limited to: Local & State Criminal History Check; Federal Criminal History Check via submission of fingerprints; Drug screening. Additional Information People Group: Appointed Compensation Grade: ACN-48 Minimum Salary: 36.59 Maximum Salary: 51.49 Pay Basis: YEARLY
CITY OF NORTH LAS VEGAS North Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
Sep 22, 2022
The City of North Las Vegas is excited to announce a recruitment for the position of Recreation Coordinator! Please thoroughly review the information and selection process outlined on this announcement. IMPORTANT INFORMATION! • Submit a complete application - For your application to be considered, you MUST fully complete an online application, and answer ALL questions. Select "Apply for Job" at the top of this announcement and click "SUBMIT" at the end of your application (applying for a position does not guarantee an interview nor an offer of position) • Pre-Employment Screening - Candidates for this position are subject to a Pre-employment screening. Pre-employment screening includes but is not limited to: Local & State Criminal History Check; Federal Criminal History Check via submission of fingerprints; Drug screening. • Pay - The starting hourly pay for this position is $28.05 (step 1). All new employees hired for this position will start at step 1 of the range; no exceptions. Existing employees will receive increases as outlined by their bargaining agreement. • Work Schedule - Must be able to work any shift or days of the week. • Selection Process - Oral Panel Interview: 100% Passing score: 70% THE ROLE: Under general supervision: organizes, implements, coordinates, supervises, promotes, and evaluates recreation programs, activities, services and special events within the Recreation Services Division; onsite supervisor for assigned staff and volunteers of parks and recreation facility, program areas, or special event; performs other duties as assigned. IDEAL CANDIDATE: The ideal candidate will have experience working within parks and recreation organizing, supervising, promoting, and evaluating recreation programs, activities, services and special events. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Education and Experience • Equivalent to an Associate's Degree from an accredited college or university with major related to the essential functions • Three years of increasingly responsible experience in recreation, event planning, and management Note : Any combination of education, training, and experience which provides knowledge, skills and abilities required for the job and to the essential functions of the positions. Licenses and Certifications: • Must possess a valid state driver's license and maintain satisfactory motor vehicle record and ability to obtain appropriate Nevada state driver's license within required time frame. • First Aid Certification is preferred at time of hire, but must be obtained within 60 days of the date of hire. • CPR Certification is preferred at time of hire/reclassification, but must be obtained within 60 days of the date of hire. • Certified Pool Operator/Aquatic Facility Operator required within one year of appointment. (Aquatics) WHEN ASSIGNED TO AQUATICS: • Coordinates, and implements aquatics programming, rental of aquatic facilities, and the swim lane allocation process. • Monitors pool operations and ensures that pools and facilities are clean, and that equipment is in good operating condition; ensures local and /or state health codes, safety, and water requirements and regulations are being met; performs regular water tests, monitors pool chemical levels, and recommends chemical adjustments when necessary • Administers the aquatics staff training and certification process, lifeguarding fitness tests, and in-service training on emergency procedures for aquatic staff; ensures that records of staff's certifications for employment in aquatics are current • May fill in for Pool Technician and Lifeguards as needed WHEN ASSIGNED TO OUTDOOR RECREATION, SPECIAL EVENTS, AND CULTURAL ARTS: • Plays integral role in setting, coordinating event schedules throughout the year; develops, plans, coordinates, and oversees Special Events, as well as works the day of and/or evening of event. • Coordinates the contract and booking process; collects data and works with other City departments in negotiating prices, originating, and ensuring the timely issuance of performer and vendor contracts; obtains required license agreements and permits for each event; ensures compliance with applicable standards. • Works with promoters on marketing and promoting of special events that include public relations, advertising, and direct marketing. • Provides production assistance and coordination of City services for sponsored, co-sponsored, non-city sponsored, and /or fee-paid events. • Works closely with other city departments and/or divisions to develop, plan, and implement promotional activities in support of scheduled entertainment, programs, and events. • Research and forecast trends in entertainment, festivals, and leisure services industry. • Distributes flyers and banners for special events. WHEN ASSIGNED TO SENIOR SERVICES: • Works with community groups, partners, sponsors, and outside organizations or entities including the Senior Commission and other committees. • Organizes and oversees the delivery of social and community services resources and information • Assists in grant application and funding process: administers grant funds and prepares associated reports. WHEN ASSIGNED TO SPORTS AND FIELD ALLOCATIONS: • Coordinates the field allocation process for all sports programming; resolves field allocation issues and complaints; works directly with organizations to schedule tournaments and league play. • Coordinates and schedules City sponsored sports programming including field allocations, tournaments, league play, sports equipment, and referee/official scheduling; recruits volunteer coaches and completes background check processes. • Works with Parks Maintenance to ensure fields, and parks are ready for play and coordinates joints efforts for field maintenance and management. WHEN ASSIGNED TO YOUTH SERVICES: • Assist in the oversight and coordination of before and after school care held at Clark County School District (CCSD) school sites and all-day programming at City facilities when school is not in session. • Coordinates with community and social service organizations to provide meals and /or other related services to at-risk participants. • Performs sites visits and serves as the On-Site CCSD liaison; may work in program to assess staff or participant needs and to provide direction and training to staff: may be required to work in program to maintain staffing levels. • Administers the financial assistance program offered to City residents to participate in parks and recreations programs. WORKING CONDITIONS: • While performing the essential functions of this position the employee is occasionally exposed to outdoor weather conditions. • Must be able to work any shift or days of the week. • Working conditions are typically loud during events. • May be required to wear Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT USED: General Office Equipment Computer Vehicle Cash Register Camera Gym Equipment Lifeguard Equipment BENEFITS AND PERKS: (Many of our positions offer the following) • 4-day, 36-hour workweek, Monday-Thursday, 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. (May vary by position specific needs). • 100% employer-paid Medical, Dental and Vision insurance plan option, with affordable low cost alternative plans available. • 13 paid holidays off annually. • 3 weeks of annual leave accrued each year (up to applicable maximums). • 3 weeks of sick leave accrued each year (up to applicable maximums). • Employer-paid participation in the Public Employees' Retirement System of Nevada (PERS). • Employer-paid Term Life and AD&D insurance for employees, plus dependent life insurance. • Deferred compensation 457(b) Plan, which is a government deferred compensation plan similar to a 401(k) plan. It offers both pre-tax and after-tax savings and investment options. • Annual merit increase program based on performance evaluations and/or contractual wage increases. • Complimentary access to our fully equipped fitness center at City Hall. (Template Updated 8/16/22) Additional Information People Group: Teamster Supervisor Compensation Grade: TNE-18 Minimum Salary: 28.05 Maximum Salary: 44.19 Pay Basis: HOURLY
CITY OF NORTH LAS VEGAS North Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
Sep 17, 2022
The City of North Las Vegas is excited to announce a recruitment for the position of Survey Technician ! Candidates will be notified of their status at various times throughout the recruitment process. Please thoroughly review the information and selection process outlined on this announcement. This announcement will be set to close when 100 applicants have been reached. IMPORTANT INFORMATION! • Submit a complete application - For your application to be considered, you MUST fully complete an online application, and answer ALL questions. Select "Apply for Job" at the top of this announcement and click "SUBMIT" at the end of your application (applying for a position does not guarantee an interview nor an offer of position) • Pre-Employment Screening - Candidates for this position are subject to a Pre-employment screening. Pre-employment screening includes but is not limited to: Local & State Criminal History Check; Federal Criminal History Check via submission of fingerprints; Drug screening. • Pay - The starting hourly pay for this position is $23.13 (step 1) . All new employees hired for this position will start at step 1 of the range; no exceptions. Existing employees will receive increases as outlined by their bargaining agreement. • Selection Process - Oral Interview: Weight 100% Passing Score 70% THE ROLE: The entry level position within the Division. Performs responsible and technical land surveying work in support of City activities. Initially under close supervision, may perform less skilled work while learning departmental and division procedures. As experience is gained, duties become more diversified and are performed under more general supervision. BENEFITS AND PERKS: (Many of our positions offer the following) • 4-day, 36-hour workweek, Monday-Thursday, 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. (May vary by position specific needs). • 100% employer-paid Medical, Dental and Vision insurance plan option, with affordable low cost alternative plans available. • 13 paid holidays off annually. • 3 weeks of annual leave accrued each year (up to applicable maximums). • 3 weeks of sick leave accrued each year (up to applicable maximums). • Employer-paid participation in the Public Employees' Retirement System of Nevada (PERS). • Employer-paid Term Life and AD&D insurance for employees, plus dependent life insurance. • Deferred compensation 457(b) Plan, which is a government deferred compensation plan similar to a 401(k) plan. It offers both pre-tax and after-tax savings and investment options. • Annual merit increase program based on performance evaluations and/or contractual wage increases. • Complimentary access to our fully equipped fitness center at City Hall. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: (Duties may include, but are not limited to, the following) • Inventories and restocks the survey vehicle with materials daily; loads and unloads the vehicle with survey equipment each day. • Sets up traffic safety and control devices at the work site to ensure the safety of the crew; may act as a flagger to ensure traffic control and crew safety. • Sets grade stakes, monuments and other markers, using hand and power tools. • Assists in making field drawings and field measurements. • Enters field data into an automated system to compile and compute information. • May set up, calibrate and operate survey equipment for preliminary, control monument, construction, topographic and related surveys using state of the art equipment and tools, include global positioning system equipment. • May perform preliminary research of records regarding lands to be surveyed. • Reads and interprets topographic and other land surveying maps to locate survey points. • May use standard office equipment, including a computer in the course of the work. • Performs other related duties as assigned. MATERIAL AND EQUIPMENT USED: (Depending Upon Assignment) • General Office Equipment • Survey Equipment & related software • Calculator • Electronic measuring and data collection devices • City Vehicles • Drafting tools • Global Positioning System equipment • Safety equipment QUALIFICATIONS AND ATTRIBUTES: Education and Experience • High school diploma or GED • One year surveying experience or 2 years experience in a construction trade. • Additional post high school course work in math, (algebra, trigonometry) preferred . Licenses and Certifications • Must possess a valid Nevada state driver's license at time of hire and maintain satisfactory motor vehicle record as a condition of employment. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities • Operating and maintaining survey equipment. • Safety standards, principles practices and equipment related to work. • Making complex mathematical calculations. • While performing the essential functions of this job, the incumbent is regularly required to maintain body equilibrium; bend body downward and forward at legs and waist; to walk, stand, kneel, twist and sit on a frequent change basis; and use hands and arms to reach, handle, seize, hold, grasp, lift or turn objects. • Ability to lift and carry objects and supplies up to 25 pounds frequently, up to 50 pounds regularly, and up to 100 pounds occasionally. • Ability to understand and interpret a variety of written or oral instructions. • Oral and written communication ability. WORKING CONDITIONS: • While performing the essential functions of this job, the incumbent is frequently exposed to outdoor weather conditions, and possible bodily injury from moving mechanical parts of equipment. • Must be able to work any shift or days of the week. • Regular and timely attendance is required. This class specification may not be interpreted as all-inclusive. It is intended to identify the major responsibilities and requirements of this job. The incumbents may be requested to perform job-related responsibilities and tasks other than those stated in this description. Any essential function or requirement of this class will be evaluated as necessary should an incumbent/applicant be unable to perform the function or requirement due to a disability as defined by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Reasonable accommodations for the specific disability will be made for the incumbent/applicant as possible. **NRS 286.042 NV PERS Official Policy 11.6 Additional Information People Group: Teamster Non Supervisor Compensation Grade: TNE-15 Minimum Salary: 23.13 Maximum Salary: 36.44 Pay Basis: HOURLY
CITY OF NORTH LAS VEGAS North Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
Sep 17, 2022
The City of North Las Vegas is excited to announce a recruitment for the position of Engineering Associate ! Candidates will be notified of their status at various times throughout the recruitment process. Please thoroughly review the information and selection process outlined on this announcement. This announcement will be set to close when 100 applicants have been reached. IMPORTANT INFORMATION! • Submit a complete application - For your application to be considered, you MUST fully complete an online application, and answer ALL questions. Select "Apply for Job" at the top of this announcement and click "SUBMIT" at the end of your application (applying for a position does not guarantee an interview nor an offer of position) • Pre-Employment Screening - Candidates for this position are subject to a Pre-employment screening. Pre-employment screening includes but is not limited to: Local & State Criminal History Check; Federal Criminal History Check via submission of fingerprints; Drug screening. • Selection Process - Oral Interview: Weight 100% Passing Score 70% THE ROLE: Plans, coordinates and performs engineering work, including reviewing various land development submittals, conducting engineering feasibility studies, performing design work for construction projects and environmental/conservation programs; performs professional level engineering planning, design and construction oversight for a variety of projects. IDEAL CANDIDATE: The ideal candidate will be highly skilled with current engineering design and analysis software (such as HEC-1, HEC-HMS, HEC-RAS, HY-8, FHWY Hydraulic Toolbox, and FlowMaster); demonstrate strong verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills to communicate effectively with internal staff, administration, developers, engineering consultants and district agency staff; and will possess a vast knowledge of hydrology, hydraulics, and erosion control and be able to apply them in reviewing work performed by outside consultants. BENEFITS AND PERKS: (Many of our positions offer the following) • 4-day, 36-hour workweek, Monday-Thursday, 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. (May vary by position specific needs). • 100% employer-paid Medical, Dental and Vision insurance plan option, with affordable low cost alternative plans available. • 13 paid holidays off annually. • 3 weeks of annual leave accrued each year (up to applicable maximums). • 3 weeks of sick leave accrued each year (up to applicable maximums). • Employer-paid participation in the Public Employees' Retirement System of Nevada (PERS). • Employer-paid Term Life and AD&D insurance for employees, plus dependent life insurance. • Deferred compensation 457(b) Plan, which is a government deferred compensation plan similar to a 401(k) plan. It offers both pre-tax and after-tax savings and investment options. • Annual merit increase program based on performance evaluations and/or contractual wage increases. • Complimentary access to our fully equipped fitness center at City Hall. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: (Essential and other important responsibilities and duties may include, but are not limited to, the following) • Reviews, interprets and applies Federal, State and Local laws and regulations; determines impact to City functions and discusses impact on issues. • Conducts feasibility and cost studies; develops engineering solutions to problems; recommends alternative approaches, including the use of contract services and the incorporation of new methods and materials. • Participates in writing requests for proposal and contract specifications for design and construction administration services; participates in the selection of engineering consultants, contractors and administers professional services agreements. • Maintains liaison with various utility, governmental agency and City departmental staff; ensures that building codes and applicable permit conditions are met in assigned projects. • Reviews and negotiates requests for payment and change orders; tracks and documents project costs. • Maintains accurate records and prepares a variety of special reports letters, meeting minutes and memorandums. • Performs special assignments as requested, to include researching and preparing reports and project documents, developing and implementing programs, and administering state and federal grants • Provides information, advice, feedback or assistance to others within the division to refine work outputs or resolve problems. • Confers with upper management to keep them informed on key issues and progress toward objectives and to gain their support and approval; makes recommendations to assist management in making needed improvements. • Communicates with others outside own work area to coordinate efforts and maintain cooperative and efficient relations. • Maintains and upgrades professional knowledge, skills, and development by attending seminars and training programs and reading trade and professional journals and publications. • Attends and participates in staff meetings. Completes required forms and paperwork, and prepares work program and reports work progress periodically. • Performs GIS based utility systems database creation, manipulation, storage and display. • Applies engineering principles, as well as local laws and regulations, in the review of improvement plans submitted; meets with consulting engineers/property owners/developers/contractors regarding project design, construction, coordination with adjacent projects. • May act as supervisor for assigned staff. • Regular and timely attendance is required. • Performs related duties and responsibilities as required. Engineering Design Division Only • Confers with City staff regarding physical facility project requirements, including space criteria, cost estimates and related matters. • Prepares project designs, cost estimates, specifications and project schedules for projects including roads, traffic signals, drainage facilities, flood control channels, sewers and water systems, parks and public buildings. • Administers contracts and confers with engineering consultants, architects and construction contractors; schedules projects; provides technical oversight, inspects work in progress and ensures that all work complies with contract specifications and applicable codes and standards. • Develops engineering solutions related to such areas as, but not limited to: roadways, traffic signals, drainage facilities, water and sewer utilities, parks, and public buildings. • Confers with facilities maintenance staff and recommends solutions to building design, maintenance and operational problems. • Develops engineering solutions related to storm or sanitary sewers and water systems. • Applies principles of hydraulics/hydrology/engineering in technical review of hydrology studies submitted for both storm or sanitary sewers and water systems; computer modeling of water and sewer systems to assess new development impacts and to develop Capital Improvement Program projects; applies local, state and federal laws and regulations with respect to drainage policy and facility design. • Maintains hydraulics/hydrology library. MATERIAL AND EQUIPMENT USED: (Depending Upon Assignment) • Computer • Various Office and Technical Equipment • Calculator • Engineering Software • Drafting Equipment • Motor Vehicle QUALIFICATIONS AND ATTRIBUTES: Education and Experience • Bachelor's degree from a four-year college or university with major course work in civil engineering or a related field. • Two or more years of progressively complex and responsible related work experience to gain sufficient knowledge and familiarity with theories and principals for application to practical problems and solutions. Licenses and Certifications (Depending upon area of assignment) • Must possess a valid state driver's license and maintain a satisfactory motor vehicle record • Possession of State of Nevada Registered Engineer Certificate. If licensed in another state, registration in the State of Nevada within one year of hire/reclassification. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities • Engineering objectives, principles, procedures, standards, practices and information sources • Statistical analysis and mathematical concepts related to the engineering process • Terminology, symbols, methods, techniques and instruments used in engineering design and construction • Principles and practices of materials and soils analysis and grading • Computer applications related to the work • Business letter writing and the standard format for typed materials; correct business English, including spelling, grammar and punctuation • Record keeping principles and practices; budgeting and financial reporting for Public Works projects • Safety principles and practices related to the work • Critically review the work of technical level personnel • Techniques for dealing with the public in person and over the telephone • Public works, facility and/or building design and construction principles, methods and materials • Applicable laws, codes and regulations • Project design and management principles and techniques • Complex trip distribution, generation and assignment methodologies for traffic impact analysis. Thorough understanding of Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD) and Highway Capacity Manual (HCM) concepts and applications. (Traffic Option only). • Planning, designing, and administering the construction of engineering projects. • Researching, analyzing and summarizing engineering data both manually and with computer applications. • Interpreting maps, plans and specifications, graphs and statistical data • Making engineering calculations quickly and accurately • Preparing technical reports, letters, memorandums, studies, and analyses • Establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work. WORKING CONDITIONS: • Works in a normal office environment where there is little or no physical discomfort associated with changes in weather or discomfort associated with noise, dust, dirt and the like. • Working conditions are typically quiet. • While performing the essential functions of this job, the employee is occasionally exposed to outdoor weather conditions including extreme heat. • Regular and timely attendance is required. This class specification may not be interpreted as all-inclusive. It is intended to identify the major responsibilities and requirements of this job. The incumbents may be requested to perform job-related responsibilities and tasks other than those stated in this description. Any essential function or requirement of this class will be evaluated as necessary should an incumbent/applicant be unable to perform the function or requirement due to a disability as defined by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Reasonable accommodations for the specific disability will be made for the incumbent/applicant as possible. **NRS 286.042 NV PERS Official Policy 11.6 Additional Information People Group: Teamster Administrative Compensation Grade: TEX-22 Minimum Salary: 2696.38 Maximum Salary: 4246.91 Pay Basis: BIWEEKLY
CITY OF NORTH LAS VEGAS North Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
Sep 10, 2022
The City of North Las Vegas is excited to announce a recruitment for the position of Construction Project Manager ! Candidates will be notified of their status at various times throughout the recruitment process. Please thoroughly review the information and selection process outlined on this announcement. This announcement will be set to close when 100 applicants have been reached. IMPORTANT INFORMATION! • Submit a complete application - For your application to be considered, you MUST fully complete an online application, and answer ALL questions. Select "Apply for Job" at the top of this announcement and click "SUBMIT" at the end of your application (applying for a position does not guarantee an interview nor an offer of position) • Pre-Employment Screening - Candidates for this position are subject to a Pre-employment screening. Pre-employment screening includes but is not limited to: Local & State Criminal History Check; Federal Criminal History Check via submission of fingerprints; Drug screening. • Selection Process - Oral Interview: Weight 100% Passing Score 70% THE ROLE: The Construction Project Manager must be experienced in off-site and on-site construction, construction management, scheduling, budgeting, construction inspection activities, project closeout and various construction trades/equipment/materials. The position will work under the direction of the Engineering and Construction Services Division Manager, but will be required to work independently on construction projects and various related tasks. BENEFITS AND PERKS: (Many of our positions offer the following) • 4-day, 36-hour workweek, Monday-Thursday, 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. (May vary by position specific needs). • 100% employer-paid Medical, Dental and Vision insurance plan option, with affordable low cost alternative plans available. • 13 paid holidays off annually. • 3 weeks of annual leave accrued each year (up to applicable maximums). • 3 weeks of sick leave accrued each year (up to applicable maximums). • Employer-paid participation in the Public Employees' Retirement System of Nevada (PERS). • Employer-paid Term Life and AD&D insurance for employees, plus dependent life insurance. • Deferred compensation 457(b) Plan, which is a government deferred compensation plan similar to a 401(k) plan. It offers both pre-tax and after-tax savings and investment options. • Annual merit increase program based on performance evaluations and/or contractual wage increases. • Complimentary access to our fully equipped fitness center at City Hall. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: (Essential and other important responsibilities and duties may include, but are not limited to, the following) • Reviews, interprets and applies Federal, State and Local laws and regulations; determines impact to City functions and discusses impact on issues. • Conducts feasibility and cost studies; develops engineering solutions to problems; recommends alternative approaches, including the use of contract services and the incorporation of new methods and materials. • Participates in writing requests for proposal and contract specifications for construction administration services; participates in the selection of consultants, contractors and administers professional services agreements. • Maintains liaison with various utility, governmental agency and City departmental staff; ensures that building codes and applicable permit conditions are met on assigned projects. • Maintains accurate records and prepares a variety of special reports, letters, meeting minutes and memorandums. • Performs special assignments as requested, to include researching and preparing reports and project documents, developing and implementing programs, and administering state and federal grants • Provides information, advice, feedback and/or assistance to others within the division to refine work outputs or resolve problems. • Confers with upper management to keep them informed on key issues and progress toward objectives and to gain their support and approval; makes recommendations to assist management in making needed improvements. • Communicates with others outside own work area to coordinate efforts and maintain cooperative and efficient relations. • Maintains and upgrades professional knowledge, skills, and development by attending seminars and training programs and reading trade and professional journals and publications. • Attends and participates in staff meetings. Completes required forms and paperwork, and prepares work program and reports work progress periodically. • Applies engineering principles, as well as local laws and regulations, in the review of improvement plans submitted; meets with consulting engineers/property owners/developers/contractors regarding project design, construction, and coordination with adjacent projects. • May act as supervisor for assigned staff. • Performs related duties and responsibilities as required. • Works in both field and office settings • Reviews and analyzes construction design drawings and project specifications to understand and coordinate construction field work • Performs field engineering, cost analysis, project planning, budgeting, report writing, and construction oversight for a variety of construction project types • Manage and coordinate off-site and on-site construction projects with emphasis in construction project oversight, reviewing project schedules, change orders, requests for information, material submittals, pay applications, and processing of pay applications. • Review project design plans, specifications, coordinate contracts, review project financial reports, tracks project costs, and maintains construction budgets • Review and interpret all regulatory requirements and insure project conformance • Coordinate with other City groups, design engineers, consultants, material testing firms, material suppliers, inspectors, contractors and subcontractors • Review and approve project-related design changes • Write proposals for design and construction support services • Regular and timely attendance is required. MATERIAL AND EQUIPMENT USED: (Depending Upon Assignment) • Computer • Various Office and Technical Equipment • Calculator • Engineering Software • Motor Vehicle QUALIFICATIONS AND ATTRIBUTES: Education and Experience • Bachelor's degree from a four-year college or university with major course work in construction civil engineering or a related field. • Two or more years of progressively complex and responsible related work experience to gain sufficient knowledge and familiarity with theories and principals for application to practical problems and solutions. Licenses and Certifications (Depending upon area of assignment) • Must possess a valid state driver's license and maintain a satisfactory motor vehicle record • Possession of State of Nevada Registered Engineer Certificate is preferred, but not required. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities • Engineering objectives, principles, procedures, standards, practices and information sources • Terminology, symbols, methods, techniques and instruments used in engineering design and construction • Principles and practices of materials and soils analysis and grading • Computer applications related to the work • Business letter writing and the standard format for typed materials; correct business English, including spelling, grammar and punctuation • Record keeping principles and practices; budgeting and financial reporting for Public Works projects • Safety principles and practices related to the work • Critically review the work of technical level personnel • Techniques for dealing with the public in person and over the telephone • Public works, facility and/or building design and construction principles, methods and materials • Applicable laws, codes and regulations • Project design and management principles and techniques • Administering the construction of engineering projects. • Researching, analyzing and summarizing engineering data both manually and with computer applications. • Interpreting maps, plans and specifications, graphs and statistical data • Ability to make engineering calculations quickly and accurately • Preparing technical reports, letters, memorandums, studies, and analyses • Establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work. WORKING CONDITIONS: • While performing essential functions of this position, the employee is frequently exposed to work near uneven surfaces, difficult terrain, moving mechanical parts, chemicals, heavy equipment, loud noises, and outdoor weather conditions • Must be able to lift technical equipment of up to thirty (30) pounds; and open utility covers if assigned • This position must work directly with the public and work on public outreach activities. In addition, the position requires the ability to adjust work hours, shifts, and days off to accommodate construction activities. This class specification may not be interpreted as all-inclusive. It is intended to identify the major responsibilities and requirements of this job. The incumbents may be requested to perform job-related responsibilities and tasks other than those stated in this description. Any essential function or requirement of this class will be evaluated as necessary should an incumbent/applicant be unable to perform the function or requirement due to a disability as defined by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Reasonable accommodations for the specific disability will be made for the incumbent/applicant as possible. **NRS 286.042 NV PERS Official Policy 11.6 Additional Information People Group: Teamster Administrative Compensation Grade: TEX-22 Minimum Salary: 2696.38 Maximum Salary: 4246.91 Pay Basis: BIWEEKLY
CITY OF NORTH LAS VEGAS North Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
Sep 09, 2022
The City of North Las Vegas is excited to announce a recruitment for the position of Traffic Operations Engineering Associate ! Candidates will be notified of their status at various times throughout the recruitment process. Please thoroughly review the information and selection process outlined on this announcement. This announcement will be set to close when 100 applicants have been reached. IMPORTANT INFORMATION! • Submit a complete application - For your application to be considered, you MUST fully complete an online application, and answer ALL questions. Select "Apply for Job" at the top of this announcement and click "SUBMIT" at the end of your application (applying for a position does not guarantee an interview nor an offer of position) • Pre-Employment Screening - Candidates for this position are subject to a Pre-employment screening. Pre-employment screening includes but is not limited to: Local & State Criminal History Check; Federal Criminal History Check via submission of fingerprints; Drug screening. • Selection Process - Oral Interview: Weight 100% Passing Score 70% THE ROLE: Plans, coordinates and performs engineering work, including reviewing various land development submittals, conducting engineering feasibility studies, performing design work for construction projects and environmental/conservation programs; performs professional level engineering planning, design and construction oversight for a variety of projects. BENEFITS AND PERKS: (Many of our positions offer the following) • 4-day, 36-hour workweek, Monday-Thursday, 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. (May vary by position specific needs). • 100% employer-paid Medical, Dental and Vision insurance plan option, with affordable low cost alternative plans available. • 13 paid holidays off annually. • 3 weeks of annual leave accrued each year (up to applicable maximums). • 3 weeks of sick leave accrued each year (up to applicable maximums). • Employer-paid participation in the Public Employees' Retirement System of Nevada (PERS). • Employer-paid Term Life and AD&D insurance for employees, plus dependent life insurance. • Deferred compensation 457(b) Plan, which is a government deferred compensation plan similar to a 401(k) plan. It offers both pre-tax and after-tax savings and investment options. • Annual merit increase program based on performance evaluations and/or contractual wage increases. • Complimentary access to our fully equipped fitness center at City Hall. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: (Essential and other important responsibilities and duties may include, but are not limited to, the following) • Reviews, interprets and applies Federal, State and Local laws and regulations; determines impact to City functions and discusses impact on issues. • Conducts feasibility and cost studies; develops engineering solutions to problems; recommends alternative approaches, including the use of contract services and the incorporation of new methods and materials. • Participates in writing requests for proposal and contract specifications for design and construction administration services; participates in the selection of engineering consultants, contractors and administers professional services agreements. • Maintains liaison with various utility, governmental agency and City departmental staff; ensures that building codes and applicable permit conditions are met in assigned projects. • Reviews and negotiates requests for payment and change orders; tracks and documents project costs. • Maintains accurate records and prepares a variety of special reports letters, meeting minutes and memorandums. • Performs special assignments as requested, to include researching and preparing reports and project documents, developing and implementing programs, and administering state and federal grants • Provides information, advice, feedback or assistance to others within the division to refine work outputs or resolve problems. • Confers with upper management to keep them informed on key issues and progress toward objectives and to gain their support and approval; makes recommendations to assist management in making needed improvements. • Communicates with others outside own work area to coordinate efforts and maintain cooperative and efficient relations. • Maintains and upgrades professional knowledge, skills, and development by attending seminars and training programs and reading trade and professional journals and publications. • Attends and participates in staff meetings. Completes required forms and paperwork, and prepares work program and reports work progress periodically. • Performs GIS based utility systems database creation, manipulation, storage and display. • Applies engineering principles, as well as local laws and regulations, in the review of improvement plans submitted; meets with consulting engineers/property owners/developers/contractors regarding project design, construction, coordination with adjacent projects. • May act as supervisor for assigned staff. • Regular and timely attendance is required. • Performs related duties and responsibilities as required. • Performs transportation studies by planning, organizing, designing, and preparing special transportation research projects and conducting and/or directing data collection. • Reviews traffic impact studies, planning documents, development plans, legislation and capital improvement programs to evaluate the impact on the transportation system. Ensures compliance with federal, state, regional and local regulations as they apply to the design and construction of residential, commercial and industrial land development improvements including roadways, intersections, signing, striping, traffic signals, street lighting, pedestrian and bicycle treatments, ADA compliance, and intelligent transportation systems. • Assesses external (citizen, school district) and internal (elected officials, Traffic Operations staff, police department) requests to identify and evaluate transportation design, maintenance and operational issues, analyze alternatives and make recommendations. • Works with the Regional Transportation Commission (RTC) and the Freeway and Arterial System of Transportation (FAST) to plan and implement regional policies for bicycle facilities, pedestrian movement, and traffic signal timing and coordination, among others. Assists in development of local and regional transportation improvement programs by preparing descriptions with estimated costs and funding sources. • Reviews and approves permits for temporary traffic control for off-site improvement construction. May periodically review temporary traffic control installations in the field and monitor for compliance. Collect and track lane rental fees. • Maintains accurate files, reports and data, including a complex automated transportation planning and modeling database and the cost participation agreement database. • Reviews Planning Commission agenda items and generates conditions of approval to ensure compliance with federal, state and local regulations; works with other departments, developers and engineers to resolve engineering planning issues on Planning Commission items; represents the Department of Public Works at Planning Commission meetings, providing information and answers to questions posed by the Planning Commissioners; makes presentations to the Planning Commission and/or City Council on various land development issues. • Prepares federal/state grant applications for traffic and transportation planning projects. MATERIAL AND EQUIPMENT USED: (Depending Upon Assignment) • Computer • Various Office and Technical Equipment • Calculator • Engineering Software • Drafting Equipment • Motor Vehicle QUALIFICATIONS AND ATTRIBUTES: Education and Experience • Bachelor's degree from a four-year college or university with major course work in civil engineering or a related field. • Two or more years of progressively complex and responsible related work experience to gain sufficient knowledge and familiarity with theories and principals for application to practical problems and solutions. Licenses and Certifications (Depending upon area of assignment) • Must possess a valid state driver's license and maintain a satisfactory motor vehicle record • Possession of State of Nevada Registered Engineer Certificate. If licensed in another state, registration in the State of Nevada within one year of hire/reclassification. • Prefer Professional Traffic Operations Engineer certification. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities • Engineering objectives, principles, procedures, standards, practices and information sources • Statistical analysis and mathematical concepts related to the engineering process • Terminology, symbols, methods, techniques and instruments used in engineering design and construction • Principles and practices of materials and soils analysis and grading • Computer applications related to the work • Business letter writing and the standard format for typed materials; correct business English, including spelling, grammar and punctuation • Record keeping principles and practices; budgeting and financial reporting for Public Works projects • Safety principles and practices related to the work • Critically review the work of technical level personnel • Techniques for dealing with the public in person and over the telephone • Public works, facility and/or building design and construction principles, methods and materials • Applicable laws, codes and regulations • Project design and management principles and techniques • Complex trip distribution, generation and assignment methodologies for traffic impact analysis. Thorough understanding of Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD) and Highway Capacity Manual (HCM) concepts and applications. (Traffic Option only). • Planning, designing, and administering the construction of engineering projects. • Researching, analyzing and summarizing engineering data both manually and with computer applications. • Interpreting maps, plans and specifications, graphs and statistical data • Making engineering calculations quickly and accurately • Preparing technical reports, letters, memorandums, studies, and analyses • Establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work. WORKING CONDITIONS: • Works in a normal office environment where there is little or no physical discomfort associated with changes in weather or discomfort associated with noise, dust, dirt and the like. • Working conditions are typically quiet. • While performing the essential functions of this job, the employee is occasionally exposed to outdoor weather conditions including extreme heat. • Regular and timely attendance is required. This class specification may not be interpreted as all-inclusive. It is intended to identify the major responsibilities and requirements of this job. The incumbents may be requested to perform job-related responsibilities and tasks other than those stated in this description. Any essential function or requirement of this class will be evaluated as necessary should an incumbent/applicant be unable to perform the function or requirement due to a disability as defined by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Reasonable accommodations for the specific disability will be made for the incumbent/applicant as possible. **NRS 286.042 NV PERS Official Policy 11.6 Additional Information People Group: Teamster Administrative Compensation Grade: TEX-22 Minimum Salary: 2696.38 Maximum Salary: 4246.91 Pay Basis: BIWEEKLY
CITY OF NORTH LAS VEGAS North Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
Sep 01, 2022
The City of North Las Vegas is excited to announce a recruitment for the position of Program Specialist! Candidates will be notified of their status at various times throughout the recruitment process. This posting will close October 31, 2022, or earlier depending on operational needs. Please review the information and selection process outlined below. IMPORTANT INFORMATION! • Salary - $12 per hour • Classification - Part Time Temporary (DOES NOT include health or medical benefits) • Shift work required - Varies (may be working an average of 19 hours per week during off season and 40+ hours during summer season - May through September). You must be able to work any shift (days, swings, or graveyard), any day of the week, to including weekends, holidays, and overtime. Hours will not exceed 935 per calendar year. • Work location - Silver Mesa Recreation Center (4025 Allen Ln., North Las Vegas, NV 89032) • Application process - Select "Apply for Job" at the top of the announcement, complete all required information and remember to click "SUBMIT" at the end of your application. • Background check - All applicants will undergo a background check including a drug screen. Applicants that are 18+ years of age will undergo a Child Abuse & Neglect Registry clearance and fingerprint check. • Qualification Assessment - Oral Interview 100% Passing Score: 70% THE ROLE: Under direct supervision, independently carries out programs for both indoor and outdoor parks and recreation activities. Works directly with program participants in a physically active recreation program environment. Recreation program assignments are varied and may include early childhood, aquatics, golf course, sports (adult and youth), class instruction, seniors, mobile recreation, special events, safekey (before and after school - elementary youth), and day camp. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: • Assists in setting-up and conducting recreational activities, field trips, and events. • Registers participants and collects fees for activities and concessions. • Maintains and submits records and reports, handles money and makes up deposits, organizes registration forms, medical forms, and reviews and submits incident reports. • Provides quality customer service to facilitate recreation programs and activities. • Monitors and checks out athletic and game equipment. • Responds to public and internal phone inquiries and provides basic program information. • Actively prepares, demonstrates, instructs and supervises small group recreational programs and activities. • Assists with maintaining various program and participation records. • Maintains a safe orderly environment during recreational activities. • Performs general cleaning as needed to maintain a safe and sanitary facility. • Regular and timely attendance is required. • Performs other related duties as assigned. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS : Training and Experience • Any combination of participation, education, training, volunteer or paid experience that demonstrates the ability to assist with parks and recreation program services at an entry level. Licenses and Certifications The below required certifications must remain valid and current during employment for the City: • Standard First Aid and CPR Certificate within three months of hire/reassignment. • May require a valid Nevada driver's license and satisfactory motor vehicle record. • May require a Clark County Health Card within three months of hire/reassignment. • May require a Techniques of Alcohol Management card at time of hire/reassignment. Additional Information People Group: Temporary Compensation Grade: TMP-9 Minimum Salary: 12 Maximum Salary: 12 Pay Basis: HOURLY
CITY OF NORTH LAS VEGAS North Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
Aug 31, 2022
The City of North Las Vegas is excited to announce a recruitment for the position of Program Specialist! Candidates will be notified of their status at various times throughout the recruitment process. This posting will close October 31, 2022, or earlier depending on operational needs. Please review the information and selection process outlined below. IMPORTANT INFORMATION! • Salary - $12 per hour • Classification - Part Time Temporary (DOES NOT include health or medical benefits) • Shift work required - Varies (may be working an average of 19 hours per week during off season and 40+ hours during summer season - May through September). You must be able to work any shift (days, swings, or graveyard), any day of the week, to including weekends, holidays, and overtime. Hours will not exceed 935 per calendar year. • Work location - Craig Ranch Regional Park (628 W. Craig Road, North Las Vegas, NV 89032) • Application process - Select "Apply for Job" at the top of the announcement, complete all required information and remember to click "SUBMIT" at the end of your application. • Background check - All applicants will undergo a background check including a drug screen. Applicants that are 18+ years of age will undergo a Child Abuse & Neglect Registry clearance and fingerprint check. • Qualification Assessment - Oral Interview 100% Passing Score: 70% THE ROLE: Under direct supervision, independently carries out programs for both indoor and outdoor parks and recreation activities. Works directly with program participants in a physically active recreation program environment. Recreation program assignments are varied and may include early childhood, aquatics, golf course, sports (adult and youth), class instruction, seniors, mobile recreation, special events, safekey (before and after school - elementary youth), and day camp. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: • Assists in setting-up and conducting recreational activities, field trips, and events. • Registers participants and collects fees for activities and concessions. • Maintains and submits records and reports, handles money and makes up deposits, organizes registration forms, medical forms, and reviews and submits incident reports. • Provides quality customer service to facilitate recreation programs and activities. • Monitors and checks out athletic and game equipment. • Responds to public and internal phone inquiries and provides basic program information. • Actively prepares, demonstrates, instructs and supervises small group recreational programs and activities. • Assists with maintaining various program and participation records. • Maintains a safe orderly environment during recreational activities. • Performs general cleaning as needed to maintain a safe and sanitary facility. • Regular and timely attendance is required. • Performs other related duties as assigned. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS : Training and Experience • Any combination of participation, education, training, volunteer or paid experience that demonstrates the ability to assist with parks and recreation program services at an entry level. Licenses and Certifications The below required certifications must remain valid and current during employment for the City: • Standard First Aid and CPR Certificate within three months of hire/reassignment. • May require a valid Nevada driver's license and satisfactory motor vehicle record. • May require a Clark County Health Card within three months of hire/reassignment. • May require a Techniques of Alcohol Management card at time of hire/reassignment. Additional Information People Group: Temporary Compensation Grade: TMP-9 Minimum Salary: 12 Maximum Salary: 12 Pay Basis: HOURLY
CITY OF NORTH LAS VEGAS North Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
Aug 31, 2022
The City of North Las Vegas is excited to announce a recruitment for the position of Program Specialist! Candidates will be notified of their status at various times throughout the recruitment process. This posting will close October 31, 2022, or earlier depending on operational needs. Please review the information and selection process outlined below. IMPORTANT INFORMATION! • Salary - $12 per hour • Classification - Part Time Temporary (DOES NOT include health or medical benefits) • Shift work required - Varies (may be working an average of 19 hours per week during off season and 40+ hours during summer season - May through September). You must be able to work any shift (days, swings, or graveyard), any day of the week, to including weekends, holidays, and overtime. Hours will not exceed 935 per calendar year. • Work location - Golf Course (324 E. Brooks Ave., North Las Vegas, NV 89030) • Application process - Select "Apply for Job" at the top of the announcement, complete all required information and remember to click "SUBMIT" at the end of your application. • Background check - All applicants will undergo a background check including a drug screen. Applicants that are 18+ years of age will undergo a Child Abuse & Neglect Registry clearance and fingerprint check. • Qualification Assessment - Oral Interview 100% Passing Score: 70% THE ROLE: Under direct supervision, independently carries out programs for both indoor and outdoor parks and recreation activities. Works directly with program participants in a physically active recreation program environment. Recreation program assignments are varied and may include early childhood, aquatics, golf course, sports (adult and youth), class instruction, seniors, mobile recreation, special events, safekey (before and after school - elementary youth), and day camp. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: • Assists in setting-up and conducting recreational activities, field trips, and events. • Registers participants and collects fees for activities and concessions. • Maintains and submits records and reports, handles money and makes up deposits, organizes registration forms, medical forms, and reviews and submits incident reports. • Provides quality customer service to facilitate recreation programs and activities. • Monitors and checks out athletic and game equipment. • Responds to public and internal phone inquiries and provides basic program information. • Actively prepares, demonstrates, instructs and supervises small group recreational programs and activities. • Assists with maintaining various program and participation records. • Maintains a safe orderly environment during recreational activities. • Performs general cleaning as needed to maintain a safe and sanitary facility. • Regular and timely attendance is required. • Performs other related duties as assigned. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS : Training and Experience • Any combination of participation, education, training, volunteer or paid experience that demonstrates the ability to assist with parks and recreation program services at an entry level. Licenses and Certifications The below required certifications must remain valid and current during employment for the City: • Standard First Aid and CPR Certificate within three months of hire/reassignment. • May require a valid Nevada driver's license and satisfactory motor vehicle record. • May require a Clark County Health Card within three months of hire/reassignment. • May require a Techniques of Alcohol Management card at time of hire/reassignment. Additional Information People Group: Temporary Compensation Grade: TMP-9 Minimum Salary: 12 Maximum Salary: 12 Pay Basis: HOURLY
CITY OF NORTH LAS VEGAS North Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
Aug 31, 2022
The City of North Las Vegas is excited to announce a recruitment for the position of Program Specialist! Candidates will be notified of their status at various times throughout the recruitment process. This posting will close October 31, 2022, or earlier depending on operational needs. Please review the information and selection process outlined below. IMPORTANT INFORMATION! • Salary - $12 per hour • Classification - Part Time Temporary (DOES NOT include health or medical benefits) • Shift work required - Varies (may be working an average of 19 hours per week during off season and 40+ hours during summer season - May through September). You must be able to work any shift (days, swings, or graveyard), any day of the week, to including weekends, holidays, and overtime. Hours will not exceed 935 per calendar year. • Work location - Neighborhood Recreation Center (1638 N. Bruce St., North Las Vegas, NV 89030) • Application process - Select "Apply for Job" at the top of the announcement, complete all required information and remember to click "SUBMIT" at the end of your application. • Background check - All applicants will undergo a background check including a drug screen. Applicants that are 18+ years of age will undergo a Child Abuse & Neglect Registry clearance and fingerprint check. • Qualification Assessment - Oral Interview 100% Passing Score: 70% THE ROLE: Under direct supervision, independently carries out programs for both indoor and outdoor parks and recreation activities. Works directly with program participants in a physically active recreation program environment. Recreation program assignments are varied and may include early childhood, aquatics, golf course, sports (adult and youth), class instruction, seniors, mobile recreation, special events, safekey (before and after school - elementary youth), and day camp. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: • Assists in setting-up and conducting recreational activities, field trips, and events. • Registers participants and collects fees for activities and concessions. • Maintains and submits records and reports, handles money and makes up deposits, organizes registration forms, medical forms, and reviews and submits incident reports. • Provides quality customer service to facilitate recreation programs and activities. • Monitors and checks out athletic and game equipment. • Responds to public and internal phone inquiries and provides basic program information. • Actively prepares, demonstrates, instructs and supervises small group recreational programs and activities. • Assists with maintaining various program and participation records. • Maintains a safe orderly environment during recreational activities. • Performs general cleaning as needed to maintain a safe and sanitary facility. • Regular and timely attendance is required. • Performs other related duties as assigned. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS : Training and Experience • Any combination of participation, education, training, volunteer or paid experience that demonstrates the ability to assist with parks and recreation program services at an entry level. Licenses and Certifications The below required certifications must remain valid and current during employment for the City: • Standard First Aid and CPR Certificate within three months of hire/reassignment. • May require a valid Nevada driver's license and satisfactory motor vehicle record. • May require a Clark County Health Card within three months of hire/reassignment. • May require a Techniques of Alcohol Management card at time of hire/reassignment. Additional Information People Group: Temporary Compensation Grade: TMP-9 Minimum Salary: 12 Maximum Salary: 12 Pay Basis: HOURLY
CITY OF NORTH LAS VEGAS North Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
Aug 31, 2022
The City of North Las Vegas is excited to announce a recruitment for the position of Program Specialist! Candidates will be notified of their status at various times throughout the recruitment process. This posting will close October 31, 2022, or earlier depending on operational needs. Please review the information and selection process outlined below. IMPORTANT INFORMATION! • Salary - $12 per hour • Classification - Part Time Temporary (DOES NOT include health or medical benefits) • Shift work required - Varies (may be working an average of 19 hours per week during off season and 40+ hours during summer season - May through September). You must be able to work any shift (days, swings, or graveyard), any day of the week, to including weekends, holidays, and overtime. Hours will not exceed 935 per calendar year. • Work location - Safekey (Various recreational centers throughout North Las Vegas) • Application process - Select "Apply for Job" at the top of the announcement, complete all required information and remember to click "SUBMIT" at the end of your application. • Background check - All applicants will undergo a background check including a drug screen. Applicants that are 18+ years of age will undergo a Child Abuse & Neglect Registry clearance and fingerprint check. • Qualification Assessment - Oral Interview 100% Passing Score: 70% THE ROLE: Under direct supervision, independently carries out programs for both indoor and outdoor parks and recreation activities. Works directly with program participants in a physically active recreation program environment. Recreation program assignments are varied and may include early childhood, aquatics, golf course, sports (adult and youth), class instruction, seniors, mobile recreation, special events, safekey (before and after school - elementary youth), and day camp. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: • Assists in setting-up and conducting recreational activities, field trips, and events. • Registers participants and collects fees for activities and concessions. • Maintains and submits records and reports, handles money and makes up deposits, organizes registration forms, medical forms, and reviews and submits incident reports. • Provides quality customer service to facilitate recreation programs and activities. • Monitors and checks out athletic and game equipment. • Responds to public and internal phone inquiries and provides basic program information. • Actively prepares, demonstrates, instructs and supervises small group recreational programs and activities. • Assists with maintaining various program and participation records. • Maintains a safe orderly environment during recreational activities. • Performs general cleaning as needed to maintain a safe and sanitary facility. • Regular and timely attendance is required. • Performs other related duties as assigned. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS : Training and Experience • Any combination of participation, education, training, volunteer or paid experience that demonstrates the ability to assist with parks and recreation program services at an entry level. Licenses and Certifications The below required certifications must remain valid and current during employment for the City: • Standard First Aid and CPR Certificate within three months of hire/reassignment. • May require a valid Nevada driver's license and satisfactory motor vehicle record. • May require a Clark County Health Card within three months of hire/reassignment. • May require a Techniques of Alcohol Management card at time of hire/reassignment. Additional Information People Group: Temporary Compensation Grade: TMP-9 Minimum Salary: 12 Maximum Salary: 12 Pay Basis: HOURLY
CITY OF NORTH LAS VEGAS North Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
Aug 31, 2022
The City of North Las Vegas is excited to announce a recruitment for the position of Program Specialist! Candidates will be notified of their status at various times throughout the recruitment process. This posting will close October 31, 2022, or earlier depending on operational needs. Please review the information and selection process outlined below. IMPORTANT INFORMATION! • Salary - $12 per hour • Classification - Part Time Temporary (DOES NOT include health or medical benefits) • Shift work required - Varies (may be working an average of 19 hours per week during off season and 40+ hours during summer season - May through September). You must be able to work any shift (days, swings, or graveyard), any day of the week, to including weekends, holidays, and overtime. Hours will not exceed 935 per calendar year. • Work location - Seniors (1638 N. Bruce St., North Las Vegas, NV 89030) • Application process - Select "Apply for Job" at the top of the announcement, complete all required information and remember to click "SUBMIT" at the end of your application. • Background check - All applicants will undergo a background check including a drug screen. Applicants that are 18+ years of age will undergo a Child Abuse & Neglect Registry clearance and fingerprint check. • Qualification Assessment - Oral Interview 100% Passing Score: 70% THE ROLE: Under direct supervision, independently carries out programs for both indoor and outdoor parks and recreation activities. Works directly with program participants in a physically active recreation program environment. Recreation program assignments are varied and may include early childhood, aquatics, golf course, sports (adult and youth), class instruction, seniors, mobile recreation, special events, safekey (before and after school - elementary youth), and day camp. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: • Assists in setting-up and conducting recreational activities, field trips, and events. • Registers participants and collects fees for activities and concessions. • Maintains and submits records and reports, handles money and makes up deposits, organizes registration forms, medical forms, and reviews and submits incident reports. • Provides quality customer service to facilitate recreation programs and activities. • Monitors and checks out athletic and game equipment. • Responds to public and internal phone inquiries and provides basic program information. • Actively prepares, demonstrates, instructs and supervises small group recreational programs and activities. • Assists with maintaining various program and participation records. • Maintains a safe orderly environment during recreational activities. • Performs general cleaning as needed to maintain a safe and sanitary facility. • Regular and timely attendance is required. • Performs other related duties as assigned. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS : Training and Experience • Any combination of participation, education, training, volunteer or paid experience that demonstrates the ability to assist with parks and recreation program services at an entry level. Licenses and Certifications The below required certifications must remain valid and current during employment for the City: • Standard First Aid and CPR Certificate within three months of hire/reassignment. • May require a valid Nevada driver's license and satisfactory motor vehicle record. • May require a Clark County Health Card within three months of hire/reassignment. • May require a Techniques of Alcohol Management card at time of hire/reassignment. Additional Information People Group: Temporary Compensation Grade: TMP-9 Minimum Salary: 12 Maximum Salary: 12 Pay Basis: HOURLY
CITY OF NORTH LAS VEGAS North Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
Aug 31, 2022
The Role: Senior Programmer Analyst works under general supervision performs analytical, administrative and development duties required to support the City's web and desktop applications that utilize SQL Server and/or Oracle Databases with Microsoft.net technologies. Coordinates responsibilities with supervisor. Benefits and Perks: (Many of our positions offer the following) • 4-day, 36-hour workweek, Monday-Thursday, 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. (May vary by position specific needs). • 100% employer-paid Medical, Dental and Vision insurance plan option, with affordable low cost alternative plans available. • 13 paid holidays off annually. • 3 weeks of annual leave accrued each year (up to applicable maximums). • 3 weeks of sick leave accrued each year (up to applicable maximums). • Employer-paid participation in the Public Employees' Retirement System of Nevada (PERS). • Employer-paid Term Life and AD&D insurance for employees, plus dependent life insurance. • Deferred compensation 457(b) Plan, which is a government deferred compensation plan similar to a 401(k) plan. It offers both pre-tax and after-tax savings and investment options. • Annual merit increase program based on performance evaluations and/or contractual wage increases. • Complimentary access to our fully equipped fitness center at City Hall. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS : (Essential and other important responsibilities and duties may include, but are not limited to, the following) Plans, designs, documents solutions and recommendations to address issues impacting the technological strategic direction or projects of increased complexity and having a broader scope. Installs, customizes, tunes and upgrades application package software and interfaces to fit the current and anticipate future operating environment. Performs functional systems analysis and defines system requirements of existing and proposed systems impacting the technological strategic direction or projects of increased complexity and a broader scope. Identified methods, solutions, and provides project support and coordination in order to meet Business Objectives. Codes, tests and implements custom solutions and application extensions to meet Business Requirements. Develops, documents and codes software interfaces between different databases and applications. Prepares test data to validate new or modified applications and test programs. Analyzes test results and prepares recommendations based on findings. Provides complete information about operations performance, costs, resource utilization, projects and plans. Maintains system security by utilizing commonly acceptable coding practices to control and monitor user access. Remains abreast of developing technology and new or updated vendor applications by reading trade journals, attending seminars and conferences, and by participating in continuing education programs. Conducts research into new areas of technology, performs needs analysis and business risk assessment prior to making recommendations that impact the technological strategic direction or involve increased complexity and have a broader scope. Provides input into procedures and policies for application support making recommendations as required. Adheres to existing procedures and policies. Receives technical guidance from supervisor. Must be accessible by phone during non-scheduled off-hours to respond to emergency or critical issues. Must respond to off-hour phone calls promptly and within three hours. Coverage exceptions may be approved by supervisor for scheduled leave and other circumstances. May be asked to solve technical problems off-hours, and may be called into work off-hours. Performs other duties and responsibilities as required. Regular and timely attendance is required. MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT USED: General Office Equipment Personal Computer Standard Office Applications Software documentation, development and debugging tools Microsoft .Net Developer Suite MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED: Education and Experience: Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, Management Information Systems, Engineering, Mathematics, or a closely related field and four years of developer experience with knowledge, skills and experience required to include coding and troubleshooting interfaces and extensions of an Enterprise Application running on Oracle or SQL Server Database. A minimum of two years developing in C#.Net, ASP.Net, and PL/SQL languages is required. Enterprise Applications are those that service multiple departments and have a user base exceeding 25 concurrent users. Equivalency: May substitute a combination of equivalent education and experience to obtain the 8 year education and experience requirement. The city assesses 1 year of full time experience as equivalent to one year of education. G.E.D may be substituted for high school diploma. Licenses and Certifications: NCIC Certification required within six months of hire/reclassification. Failure to obtain and maintain this certification will result in non-confirmation of appointment. Must possess a valid state driver's license and maintain satisfactory motor vehicle record with the ability to obtain appropriate Nevada state driver's license within required time frame. Microsoft Certified Professional Developer (MCPD) Certification preferred. Knowledge: Working knowledge of application development and administration; personal computer (PC) operations and associated peripheral equipment; fundamental program development concepts; general database access, design and retention practices; acceptable security practices; common coding and debugging strategies; Microsoft Windows operating systems; and common Information Technology policies and procedures. Recognize database and software errors and provide efficient solutions. Interpersonal skills necessary to effectively interact with internal staff, citizens, contractors, and/or government agencies in such areas as supervising project work, responding to citizens' questions, and consulting with others. Design, code and provide technical support for enterprise information systems. SQL Server (2005/2008) Database knowledge and Web Application Experience preferred. Physical and Mental Abilities: May be asked to solve technical problems and/or emergencies during off-hours. Maintain extreme confidentiality of sensitive information. Organize and maintain assigned project logistics and resources to meet critical deadlines. Act as project manager to projects staffed with city employees and outside vendors and consultants. Communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing. Work under pressure, exercise good judgment and make sound decisions in emergency situations. While performing the essential functions of this job the employee is regularly required to stand, walk to assigned post possibly outside, sit, use hands to finger, handle, or feel, reach with hands and arms, or talk, and hear, view camera and computer screens for prolonged periods of time, and is occasionally required to lift and/or move up to 25 pounds. Working Conditions: Works in a normal office environment where there are little or no physical discomforts associated with changes in weather or discomforts associated with noise, dust, dirt and the like Regular and timely attendance is required. PRE-EMPLOYMENT SCREENING: Candidates for this position are subject to a Pre-employment screening. Pre-employment screening includes but is not limited to: Local & State Criminal History Check; Federal Criminal History Check via submission of fingerprints; Drug screening. Selection Process: Qualification Assessment: Oral Interview 100% Passing Score: 70% Additional Information People Group: Teamster Administrative Compensation Grade: TEX-22 Minimum Salary: 2696.38 Maximum Salary: 4246.92 Pay Basis: BIWEEKLY