City of Fort Worth

The stunning and sprawling City of Fort Worth is one of the fastest-growing cities in the U.S. And it’s no wonder — With great neighborhoods, scenic terrain and a rich history of arts and culture, paired with world-class opportunities for business and education, it’s not only fun to visit Fort Worth, it’s even more rewarding to call it home. Fort Worth truly offers all the benefits and amenities of a bustling metropolitan city, while keeping the small-town charm that keeps it unpretentious and charismatic in all the right ways. Designated as one of America’s “Most Livable Communities” by the Partners for Livable Communities, the city truly offers a melting pot of culture, commerce, community and yes, cowboys 

Great Neighborhood:

The scenery truly can’t be beat. Big Texas skies, open lakes, and ample walking, running and cycling paths combined with a Blue Zone Health Initiative have put Fort Worth well on its way to being one of the healthiest cities in the U.S. 

The City of Cowboys and Culture: “One of the Fastest-Growing Cities in the US”:

Fort Worth is one of the largest cities in the United States in terms of sheer size with almost 350 square miles of land in three counties. Located in North Central Texas, Fort Worth is the fifth-largest city in Texas and the 13th largest in the U.S. 

Exciting Growth & Future Development:

One of the most fascinating aspects of the City of Fort Worth is its almost unprecedented growth over the past several years. Both in terms of population and industry, and as the 16th largest city in the United States, Fort Worth is truly booming — which presents both challenges and opportunities to truly develop this city in the right way. Every 24 minutes a new person moves to Fort Worth, so we’re looking for candidates who can embrace an ever-growing and changing environment and improve on it with solutions that work for the entire community of Fort Worth. 

Vision:

Fort Worth’s vision is to be the most livable and best-managed city in the country. We’ll do this by taking care of our citizens, implementing the highest quality standards in our schools, continually improving the neighborhoods we thrive in and the facets of the city that make our town so unique.

 

 

 

   

 

19 job(s) at City of Fort Worth

City of Fort Worth, TX Fort Worth, Texas, United States
Nov 25, 2020
Full Time
Requisition Number: 60144 Department: Property Management A Fleet Buyer job is available with the City of Fort Worth - Property Management Department who can work as part of a team of buyers in managing the age of the City's fleet asset through timely replacement of qualified equipment and vehicles. The Property Management Department, Fleet Division, plays a large part in providing support for all City departments serving our residents. The Fleet Division is the "glue" which keeps the City equipment and vehicles in a mechanically sound state and safe for all employees and residents. The Fleet Division seeks the best leaders to continue our tradition of being an award winning fleet! Our continued success for the future will bring maximum value to the City of Fort Worth. This position is essential in managing the age of the city fleet through timely replacement of qualified vehicles. The timely replacement of vehicles allows for reduced maintenance costs, lower fuel costs and improved employee morale. City fleet vehicles are essential to provide services to the citizens of Fort Worth. New vehicle acquisition improves efficiency of city services and timely response to citizen needs. This position will report to the Senior Buyer. The Fleet Buyer job responsibilities include: Manages the age of the city fleet through timely replacement of qualified vehicles. Participates in the purchase of equipment including specs, sourcing, negotiation, and supplier selection. Receives, examines, and processes departmental requisitions. Prepares bid specifications and other necessary documents related to the purchasing of vehicles , equipment, services, and supplies. Maintains contact with vendors; keeps informed of new products, market conditions, and current prices; monitors and evaluates vendor performance. Confers with departmental Fleet Coordinators to determine purchasing needs, specifications, areas of standardization, and special problems. Coordinates purchasing activities with acquisition staff team and city purchasing staff to acquire all new vehicles (both replacement and additional equipment). Assists with disposition of fleet vehicle assets. Attend vehicle demos, fleet expos, and manufacturer new model presentation for business development and leads. Minimum Qualifications: A Bachelor's Degree from an accredited college or university with a major in Business or Public Administration, Purchasing, Materials Management, Marketing, Economics, Accounting, or closely related field. No experience required. Candidates must have a valid Texas driver's license. Preferred Qualifications: A solid foundation of organizational and time management skills are a necessity, as the position will coordinate efforts between customer departments, vendor partners, city purchasing staff and other stakeholders within the City of Fort Worth. The Fleet Buyer should have excellent customer relations and communication skills. Fleet industry experience, ideally in the area of asset acquisition. Strong analytical skills are essential. Thorough knowledge of fleet operations and fleet asset management principals. Technical knowledge of vehicle and equipment product lines. Experience developing bid specifications for procurement of complex and specialized vehicles and equipment. Ability to perform data analysis and including total cost of ownership ("TCO") calculations. Experience with equipment procurement and contract expertise. Experience with fleet management, telematics and financial computer applications. Relevant fleet industry certifications including Certified Automotive Fleet Specialist CAFS, Certified Automotive Fleet Manager, CAFM. Computer skills: Microsoft Office Software (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Access); FASTER Fleet Management Software; and PeopleSoft Purchasing Software. Closing Date/Time: 12/9/20
City of Fort Worth, TX Fort Worth, Texas, United States
Nov 25, 2020
Full Time
Requisition Number: 60145 Department: Property Management An Administrative Assistant job is available with the City of Fort Worth Fleet Division of Property Management. The Department is seeking someone to coordinate all or most administrative support to the daily operations of the Fleet Division. This position will also perform a wide variety of routine fiscal, administrative and technical tasks to support Fleet operations. The Property Management Department, Fleet Division, plays a large part in providing support for all City departments serving our residents. The Fleet Division is the "glue" which keeps the City equipment and vehicles in a mechanically sound state and safe for all employees and residents. The Division seeks the best leaders to continue our tradition of being an award winning fleet! Our continued success for the future will bring maximum value to the City of Fort Worth. The Administrative Assistant job responsibilities include: Assist with supervising staff, which includes prioritizing and assigning work; conducting performance evaluations; ensuring staff is trained and a succession plan is in place; ensuring employees follow policies and procedures. Vendor invoice management. Monitors, reviews, and provides continual follow up on all payment schedules and past invoice needs. Participate in special projects including research and creation of existing and new processes and procedures. Perform wide variety of administrative support duties related to organizational need. The position will provide staff support including serving as backup for other staff positions in their absence. Minimum Qualifications: Associate's Degree from an accredited college with major course work in Business Management, Public Administration, Business Administration or related field. Four (4 ) years of clerical and administrative experience. Preferred Qualifications: Strong customer service skills including effective written and verbal communication and documentation skills. Experience with PeopleSoft Financial & HCM software or other ERP system, and experience with Fleet Management systems. Experience with Microsoft Office: Outlook, Word, PowerPoint, and Excel. Experience in sublet billing processes and vendor management. Ability to work in a diverse work environment, be a self-starter, able to take initiative over work tasks, highly organized, detail oriented and adaptable to changing situations. Must be able to evaluate current processes for improvement and efficiency recommendation(s). Closing Date/Time: 12/3/20
City of Fort Worth, TX Fort Worth, Texas, United States
Nov 24, 2020
Full Time
Requisition Number: 60138 Department: Human Resources A Sr. Human Resources Analyst position is available with The City of Fort Worth Human Resources Employee Relations division. The Employee Relations division serves a workforce of 6700 employees, develops, maintains, and administers personnel policies and regulations for employee performance, discipline, grievances, medical fitness for duty, and more. The successful candidate will bring a thorough knowledge of federal employment laws, experience working with a formal discipline/grievance process in a public sector/local government organization, experience providing human resources and employee relations guidance on a variety of complex and sensitive issues to senior leadership and staff at all levels of the organization. The ideal candidate will have strong written and oral communication skills and have demonstrated accomplishments in improving organizational performance through innovative human resources policies and practices. Attention to detail is critical as this highly skilled and utilized employee must be able to meet deadlines and work collaboratively. The successful candidate will have strong negotiation and conflict resolution skills and the ability to maintain the employee management relations program as a neutral non-adversarial problem solving model. The employees in this division interpret the City's personnel rules and policies and federal employment laws. The Sr. Human Resources Analyst-Employee Relations job responsibilities include: Identify, intervene, investigate, and facilitate solutions to a variety of employee relations problems. Advise managers, other human resources staff, employees, advisory groups, and employee organizations on employee relations matters. Analyze highly complex situations, identify options, and determine the appropriate course of action. Draft, review, and edit a variety of employee relations documents and correspondence. Work collaboratively with departments on sensitive, complex issues and during the discipline/grievance process. Design and deliver employee relations training; and strategic solutions. Develop systems and documents including checklists, reference guides, and sample letters for common employee relations issues. Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in Human Resources, Public Administration, Business Administration, or a related field. Three (3) years of increasingly responsible professional experience in human resources management which includes advising and counseling managers and employees on employee relations issues, administering discipline and grievance processes, performance management, and researching and developing personnel policies. Experience must have included working with federal employment laws including ADA, ADEA, Title VII, FMLA, and/or FLSA. Preferred Qualifications: Senior employee management relations experience in an environment with a formalized discipline/grievance process within a public sector/local government organization. Legal background in employee relations. Employee relations experience working with employees for a variety of occupational groups to include professionals, trades, public safety, and administrative support. Proficiency in the use of office technologies including Microsoft Office Suite, (Excel, Word, and PowerPoint) and HRIS Systems. Professional Human Resources Certification (e.g. IPMA-CP, SHRM-CP, SHRM-SCP, etc.). Closing Date/Time: 12/8/20
City of Fort Worth, TX Fort Worth, Texas, United States
Nov 23, 2020
Full Time
Requisition Number: 60136 Department: Aviation A Sr. Maintenance Worker job is available with The City of Fort Worth Aviation Department at Spinks Airport. The work will be in close proximity of aircraft operations. Must have clear and concise two-way radio communication while working under pressure. Applicant must have the ability to operate snow/ice removal equipment on ramps, taxiways and runways and be available for inclement weather conditions. The Sr. Maintenance Worker job responsibilities include: Performs aviation duties to FAA standards, which include mowing and maintaining grass within the Aircraft Operations area, filling in ruts, grading soil, maintaining construction barricades, repairing or replacing taxiways, runways, windsocks, sign lights, electrical fences and facilities as needed. Paints pavement, applies herbicides and performs other related duties as assigned. Communicate with air traffic control and navigate in restricted areas. Identifies construction, maintenance and repair needs for facilities and equipment. Performs identified work and reports maintenance and repair needs to appropriate supervisory staff. Performs preventive maintenance on equipment as assigned. Inspects equipment before use and completes daily operations reports and time sheets as assigned. Assembles and disassembles traffic control pylons, barriers, and signs. Assists with traffic control activities as assigned. Cleans debris from ditches, culverts and creek beds; collects and hauls trash, garbage, debris, dirt, sand and gravel; and, backfills jobs as required. Cleans and maintains tools, vehicles and equipment. Completes strenuous repair, installation or construction activities. Maintains and repair City of Fort Worth hangars and facilities. Operates heavy equipment to remove snow and ice from airside and landside surfaces. Coordinates with City of Fort Worth vendors to receive quotes and coordinate services. Performs construction, maintenance, and grounds keeping activities such as concrete work, truck driving, asphalt spreading, and mowing. Herbicide and pesticide application Performs other related duties as required. Participates in an after-hours emergency on-call rotation. Minimum Qualifications: High School diploma/GED. Three (3) years of general maintenance and/or construction experience. Valid Driver's License. Preferred Qualifications: Previous airport maintenance experience. Knowledge of aircraft ground operations, security, and regulations, pertinent to airport operation and maintenance. Experience troubleshooting gate operators. Preference will be given to applicant who possesses a CDL. Closing Date/Time: 12/7/20
City of Fort Worth, TX Fort Worth, Texas, United States
Nov 23, 2020
Full Time
Requisition Number: 60140 Department: Transportation Public Works A Maintenance Worker job is available with the City of Fort Worth Transportation and Public Works Department within the Streets and Stormwater Operations Division. The department is seeking to hire a Maintenance Worker with a positive attitude and willingness to learn. The Maintenance Worker job responsibilities include: Performing manual labor duties and equipment operations as they relate to maintenance operations. Work four (4) ten hour work days. Will be available in an on-call capacity when emergencies arise. Position will work outside, during inclement weather, at night and on weekends for special events or emergency call-back. Minimum Qualifications: High school diploma/GED No experience required Valid Texas Driver's License Preferred Qualifications: Asphalt pouring Concrete Traffic control Cleaning Streets, gutters and alleys Working with and around heavy equipment Experience in maintenance or construction Small power tools such as a chainsaw Hand tools such as shovel, rake and sledge hammer Closing Date/Time: 12/7/20
City of Fort Worth, TX Fort Worth, Texas, United States
Nov 18, 2020
Full Time
Requisition Number: 60123 Department: Property Management An Energy Compliance Analyst job is available with the City of Fort Worth Department of Property Management's General Services Division. The position is assigned within the Utility Administration Section and reports to the City's Energy Manager. The Energy Compliance Analyst performs a wide variety of analytical support duties involving the management of 1) City facility operating expenses from utility service providers of electricity, natural gas, & water, and 2) City right-of-way franchise fee revenues from utility service providers of electricity, natural gas, & telecommunications. The Energy Compliance Analyst position's performance goals are to 1) Manage City Utility Data Reporting, 2) Manage City Utility Revenue Checks, and 3) Manage City Utility Expense Invoices. The position is full-time; expected to work 40-hours per week, Monday through Friday with flex-time available upon supervisor approval. The position is co-located with the Energy Manager at the Gordon Swift Building, 900 Monroe Street, Fort Worth, TX 76102. The Energy Compliance Analyst job responsibilities include: Develops and maintains database of internal department energy and water accounts. Assists with developing and tracking department energy budgets. Assists with developing estimates of revenues to be generated through use of City rights-of-way by utility providers of electricity, natural gas, and telecommunication services. Reviews, reconciles, and validates existing energy, water, and natural gas source contracts, franchise fees, and related billing/invoices. Provides analytical reports through data collection from various sources and research to determine inefficiencies and alternative improvement solutions for management consideration. Conducts audit of City's franchise fees and service provider billings. Provides data to support energy and water contract negotiations for the City. Tracks and reviews City's telecommunication fees for line validation. Identifies concerns and notifies management of issues. Assists with resolution, as appropriate. Provides a variety of analytical and research support of City-wide and department energy utilization data from various sources and determines best practices; analyzes various data sources and compiles to make recommendations for the solution of budgetary, fiscal or operational concerns and issues. Provides assistance in resolving operational and administrative problems related to energy management; identifies problem area; conducts research to find alternative solutions; prepares various, and sometimes complex, reports to present and interprets various, and sometimes complex, energy related data; makes recommendations; and completes forms, paperwork or other administrative procedures to assist in implementation of energy management programs. Participates in special projects including research of new energy and water conservation programs and services, industry benchmarking, and feasibility analyses. Gathers, relates, and identifies energy management data with various variables by applying personal judgment and mathematical tests. Analyzes statistical data from various sources and prepares written reports to management, indicating solution or range of possible alternatives in rank of desirability and probability of success. Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in engineering technology, environmental management, business administration or a related field. Four-years (4) of experience in general and/or municipal facility management dealing with utility expenses & budgeting, building systems & operations, and other areas related to these duties. Valid Texas driver's license. Preferred Qualifications: Skill in Microsoft's Excel & Access applications and in the ENERGY STAR Portfolio Manager® online tool. Knowledge of utility tariff structures and rate-making processes. Knowledge of energy supply-side contracts and demand-side conservation strategies. Knowledge of rights-of-way gross receipt tax and franchise fee-agreements. Knowledge of principles & practices of general & municipal accounting & budgeting. Closing Date/Time: 12/2/20
City of Fort Worth, TX Fort Worth, Texas, United States
Nov 18, 2020
Part Time
Requisition Number: 60125 Department: Park and Recreation A Food & Beverage Attendant job is available with The City of Fort Worth Park and Recreation Department. The position receives supervision from the Senior Food and Beverage Attendant or assigned management personnel. This position allows you to earn tips. This position will require some evenings, weekends and holidays, and work up to 19 hours. The Food & Beverage Attendant job responsibilities include: Perform a range of duties relative to the daily operations of the Golf Snack Bar including opening and closing Prepare and sell of food and drinks Assist with check-in and stock of merchandise Prepare of meals for large groups Assist with monthly inventories Follow and ensure proper cash controls are being maintained in accordance with City cash handling policies and procedures and providing exceptional customer service Minimum Qualifications : No experience required, but applicants must be at least 18 years of age. Must have HS diploma/GED or one year of work experience in lieu of education. Valid Driver's License Preferred Qualifications: Retail and point-of-sale experience. Knowledge and experience at a public or private golf facility. Valid TABC Certificate. Valid City of Fort Worth Food Handler's certificate or approved Food Handler's certificate recognized by The City of Fort Worth Closing Date/Time: 12/2/20
City of Fort Worth, TX Fort Worth, Texas, United States
Nov 17, 2020
Full Time
Requisition Number: 60116 Department: Transportation Public Works A Sr. Engineering Technician job is available with the Transportation & Public Works Department, Capital Delivery Division. The Sr. Engineering Technician will assist with construction materials testing and other related work. The candidate will performs more difficult and responsible sampling and testing of a variety of soils and construction materials in the field or laboratory; collects pavement core samples for evaluation of existing roadways and newly constructed pavements; operates nuclear and electronic instruments to determine relative compaction of soils; calibrates and adjusts instruments to compensate for changing conditions; records and reports test results after performing mathematical calculations, making graphical solutions and graphical representations. The candidate will also upload written records and reports of activities into the City of Fort Worth materials database system, and reviews test reports and service invoices from third party vendors. The Sr. Engineering Technician job responsibilities include: Collect and sample construction materials. Perform laboratory and field tests according to City of Fort Worth, TX DOT, ASTM, and AASHTO testing standards on construction materials to ensure requirements are met. Monitor sampling and quality control testing, and detect flaws in construction materials. Perform routine field work in the areas of pavement coring and pavement evaluation testing of existing roadways. Use computer and related software in order to prepare and maintain project records and reports. Perform a variety of mathematical calculations in the field and laboratory. Calibrate and maintain laboratory and field test equipment, and perform other related duties as assigned. Willingness to work weekends and overtime. Minimum Requirements: Associate's Degree in Engineering, Architecture or a related field Five years of increasingly responsible technical engineering experience in the areas of construction materials testing Valid Texas Driver's License Preferred Qualifications: Current National Institute for Certification in Engineering Technologies (NICET) and/or American Concrete Institute (ACI) certificates in asphalt, concrete, and/or soils. Current Nuclear Gauge Operators Certification issued by a recognized gauge manufacturer to utilize nuclear gauges. Candidate selected for hire must pass Pre-Employment Drug Screen, Physical and Criminal Background check Closing Date/Time: 12/1/20
City of Fort Worth, TX Fort Worth, Texas, United States
Nov 17, 2020
Full Time
Requisition Number: 60114 Department: Transportation Public Works A Traffic Systems Technician I job is available with the City of Fort Worth Transportation Public Works Deptartment within the Traffic Management Division. The Traffic Management Division is responsible for planning, designing, installing, repairing, and maintaining the pavement markings, signs, and street lights for the City of Fort Worth. The section is seeking a Traffic Systems Technician I to install, repair and maintain the street light system for the city. The Traffic Systems Technician I job responsibilities include: Installation, repair, and maintenance of traffic control systems, specifically street lights Ability to operate various specialized tools and equipment related to traffic control system maintenance Required to work outside, during inclement weather, at night and on weekends for special events or emergency call-back Ability to work at heights of at least 30 feet Minimum Qualifications: High School diploma/GED One (1) year of experience in electrical construction or electrical maintenance construction Valid Texas Class "C" Driver's License Possession of Class "B" Commercial Driver's License or ability to obtain within six (6) months of hire date Preferred Qualifications: Associate Degree in Electronics or a related field Specialized licenses or certifications such as an Apprentice Electrician or Journeyman Electrical Licenses, IMSA Certifications, bucket truck certification, or derrick/digger certification Candidates with computer software experience are also preferred Must be able to work with minimal supervision Closing Date/Time: 12/1/20
City of Fort Worth, TX Fort Worth, Texas, United States
Nov 17, 2020
Full Time
Requisition Number: 60117 Department: Transportation Public Works An Engineering Technician II job is available with the Transportation & Public Works Department, Capital Delivery Division. The candidate will need to have extensive experience in technical and administrative duties related to land surveying, design, mapping, drafting, record keeping, and administrative activities. This position will conduct research, review specifications, collect, record, and analyze technical data as it relates to construction, transportation, and other surveying related project areas. The candidate will provide technical assistance to professional level staff, record project redline records, and administer project location geodatabase records. The candidate will also administer Headlight inspection logging software for the inspection department, process invoices, and provide excellent internal and external customer service. The Engineering Technician II job responsibilities include: Support professional level staff during project execution by performing a variety of tasks in support of assigned area including design, mapping, drafting and related areas. Assist in the preparation of exhibits, drawings, specifications, estimates, or other project documents. Draft exhibits for land surveying and mapping projects including streets, storm, water, sewer, utilities, and other capital improvement projects. Creates close, and archive project folders. Research, verify, and compile data from various sources (previous surveys, courthouse records, title documents, maps, deeds, legal descriptions, file folders, etc.) for use by survey teams. Receive "redline" construction records from project inspectors, record receipt, and then scan and/or upload received records/drawings onto the City's file server in a pre-determined folder structure in an accurate and timely manner. Receive and enter geospatial data and associated metadata for ongoing projects into the City's Google Earth and/or ArcGIS databases in an accurate and timely manner. Uses Microsoft Excel spreadsheets or related software in order to prepare and maintain project records and reports. Administrator "Headlight" inspection software for the department, including but not limited to: adding new projects into the software, managing user accounts, and other duties as deemed appropriate. Create various official documents using Microsoft Word such as, but not limited to, "Metes and Bounds" land survey descriptions, as directed by professional level staff. Perform the "receiving" role for invoice processing and accounts payable tasks using PeopleSoft ERP Financial software according to generally accepted accounting principles, established procedures, departmental guidelines, and regulatory requirements Submits orders for materials, supplies, and services as required by department. Provide information to supervisory staff, employees, the public, contractors, and consultants relative to office business and technical matters. Serve as a point-of-contact for customers, the general public, and contracted vendors through telephone, email, or in-person communication. Assist with inquiries (including follow-up research, as needed), follow complaint resolution policies/procedures, or forward communications to appropriate personnel. Answers phone calls, screens clients, and schedules meetings. Minimum Qualifications: Associate Degree in Engineering, Architecture or related field Two (2) years of increasingly responsible technical engineering experience in the areas of drafting, project design, review/analysis of projects for conformance of established standards, and/or land surveying. Valid Texas Driver's License Closing Date/Time: 12/1/20
City of Fort Worth, TX Fort Worth, Texas, United States
Nov 17, 2020
Full Time
Requisition Number: 60115 Department: Transportation Public Works A Signal Systems Technician I job is available with The City of Fort Worth Transporation and Public Works department. City of Fort Worth is looking for a highly skilled and motivated individual who wants to expand their technical knowledge and professional career by being involved in the implementation of state-of-the-art-technology in the area of traffic signal and ITS system. The City of Fort Worth is currently in the process of procuring and implementing new traffic signal controller hardware/software, new central traffic management system software, a citywide fiber optic network, PTZ cameras, and other related ITS devices. The Signal Systems Technician I job responsibilities include: Subject to "on call" status twenty-four (24) hours a day; seven (7) days a week to respond to emergencies, work rotating shifts, overtime, weekends and holidays. Subject to emergency "call-back" when not "on-call" to respond to emergencies after hours and complete priority projects. Using tools and equipment associated with repair and maintenance of electrical/electronic systems and circuits. Safe practices used in electrical work and installing conductors/cables above and below ground. Operating equipment related to the performance of job duties; overhead and underground work. Minimum Qualifications: High School Diploma/GED One year of experience in electrical construction or electrical maintenance construction. Possession of Class "B" Commercial Driver's License or ability to obtain within six (6) months of hire date. Possession of or ability to obtain IMSA (International Municipal Signal Association) Traffic Signal Technician Level 1 certificate within 12 months of hire date. Preferred Qualifications: Customer service experience. Computer skills, including but not limited to Microsoft Office, are preferred. Good communication, reading, and writing skills. Preference may be given for additional education, knowledge, experience and/or certifications associated with working on roadways and around traffic. Knowledge of pertinent federal, state, and local laws, codes, and regulations. Closing Date/Time: 12/1/20
City of Fort Worth, TX Fort Worth, Texas, United States
Nov 16, 2020
Full Time
Requisition Number: 60111 Department: Water/WW A Sr. Accountant job is available with The City of Fort Worth Water Department in our Customer Care Division. The City of Fort Worth Water Department is a fast paced and rewarding department that is responsible for providing safe and reliable water to the citizens of Fort Worth. This is an advanced level position and will have a high level of responsibility within the department. Sr. Accountant job responsibilities include: Perform complex financial analysis and review. Serve as a liaison to other city departments while providing exceptional customer service to all customers. Perform subsystem reconciliations, research balance variances, create journal entries, and prepare various financial reports. Apply intermediate knowledge of accounting principles and practices. Interpret general accounting principles and financial procedures to management. Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor's degree or higher from an accredited college or university with major coursework in Accounting, Finance, Business Administration, or related field. At least three years of increasingly responsible accounting experience. Possession of a valid driver's license. Preferred Qualifications: Generally accepted accounting and auditing principles, methods, practices, and procedures. Government accounting standards and fund accounting and previous municipal government experience.. Strong analytical skills and p roficient in Microsoft Excel and Word. Possess certifications as a Public Accountant, Public Finance Officer or Certified Government Finance Officer. Experience creating queries in an AS400 system. Closing Date/Time: 11/30/20
City of Fort Worth, TX Fort Worth, Texas, United States
Nov 16, 2020
Full Time
Requisition Number: 60110 Department: Water/WW A Water Systems Mechanic I job is available with the City of Fort Worth Water Department Plant Operations Division. The successful individual will be responsible for the maintenance of water and wastewater treatment plant pumps and motors, chemical feed equipment, buildings and plant grounds, and other related equipment. Water Systems Mechanic I job responsibilities include: Perform preventative maintenance, repair and installation on plant structures including piping, engines, blowers, pumps, valves and other assorted water and water treatment and pumping equipment. Cleaning chemical leaks and collect debris. Operate a variety of hand tools and power tools, welding machine, air compressor, forklift and other equipment. Assist in complex construction projects for large scale plant operation and follow work plans and schedules. Install pumps, valves, actuators motors and other wastewater equipment. Minimum Qualifications: High School diploma or GED certification Valid Texas driver's license and acceptable driving record. Ability to work Monday through Friday from 6:30 AM to 3:00 PM and travel to five different local facilities on a rotating basis. Work overtime as needed. Preferred Qualifications: A minimum of one year experience in diagnosis and repair of water/wastewater treatment plant maintenance. Experience working in confined spaces and heights. Work Environment: Water and Wastewater plant environment. Depending on assignment, position typically requires touching, talking, hearing, seeing, grasping, standing stooping, kneeling, crouching, reaching, walking, repetitive motions, climbing, balancing, pushing, pulling and lifting. Incumbents may be exposed to moving mechanical parts, odors, dusts, poor ventilation, chemicals, oils, extreme temperatures, inadequate lighting, intense noises, gases, vibrations, chemicals, oils and workspace restrictions. Incumbent may be exposed to potentially hazardous materials, toxic materials, waste and infectious materials. hazards associated with operating motorized equipment or vehicles, confining and high work places, vibration, and dust and dirt; noise and inclement weather conditions; work with or in water. Heavy Work - Depending on assignment, positions in this class typically exert approximately 100 pounds of force occasionally, approximately 50 pounds or more of force frequently, and/or approximately 20 pounds or more of force constantly having to move objects. Closing Date/Time: 11/30/20
City of Fort Worth, TX Fort Worth, Texas, United States
Nov 16, 2020
Full Time
Requisition Number: 60107 Department: Water/WW Water Department Meter Services Hiring Blitz The City of Fort Worth Water Department is seeking highly motivated individuals in their Customer Care Division. The City is seeking individuals with meter reading, meter installation, and repair experience. Individuals with mechanical skills and ability to use smart devices are welcome to apply. All positions are for a two year project but length of time is dependent on workload. The position will have benefits. Field Service Technician Responsible for meter reading Meter installations and replacements High bill and leak investigations while providing in-person customer service Maintenance and repairs of water meters The Customer Care Division is the customer facing division of the Water Department. Meter Services oversees 270,000+ water meters in our system. Water Department employees serve the needs of over 800,000 residents in Fort Worth's 350 square miles. "We get it done!" Apply Online Now! All applicants must apply online. Interviews will be held by Webex or by phone. Closing Date/Time: 11/30/20
City of Fort Worth, TX Fort Worth, Texas, United States
Nov 12, 2020
Part Time
Requisition Number: 60094 Department: Park and Recreation Community Center Aide jobs are available with the City of Fort Worth Park & Recreation and Neighborhood Services Departments. Are you looking for an opportunity where you can have an impact in your community? We are currently recruiting for seventeen (17) Community Center Aides to perform work assisting with programs and activities. Working evenings and weekends hours may be required A Hiring Fair is planned for December 10, 2020 at Victory Forest Community Center. To be considered you must apply. Those who meet the position qualifications will be contacted for interview time. We are looking for enthusiastic individuals for the following locations: Chisholm Trail Community Center - (1) Part-time 29 hours per week and (2) Part-time 20 hours per week Eugene McCray Community Center - (1) Full-time 40 hours per week and (1) Part-time 29 hours per week Fire Station Community Center - (1) Part-time 29 hours per week Handley Meadowbrook Community Center - (2) Full-time 40 hours per week Hillside Community Center - (1) Part-time 29 hours per week Sycamore Community Center - (1) Part-time 29 hours per week Thomas Place Community Center - (1) Full-time 40 hours per week Victory Forest Community Center - (1) Part-time 20 hours per week Andrew Doc Session Community Center - (1) Full -time 40 hours per week Como Community Center - (1) Part-time 19 hours per week and (1) Part-time 20 hours per week MLK Community Center - (1) Part-time 19 hours per week Worth Heights Community Center - (1) Part-time 20 hours per week The Community Center Aide job responsibilities include: Coordinate and conduct programs and activities for participants of all ages. Front desk duty, i.e. deal with inquiries, take registrations, check members in to programs and sell memberships. Perform a variety of custodial and maintenance work around the center. Heavy phone and public contact; Provide exceptional customer service. Minimum Qualifications: High School Diploma and six (6) months of experience in recreation or athletic services and programs; some custodial experience required. Valid Driver's License. Possession of, or ability to obtain a CPR, First Aid, and AED certification during the first Six (6) months of employment. Preferred Qualifications: Spanish speaking skills. Experience working with children ages 5 - 13 years. Customer service experience. Knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel. Closing Date/Time: 12/8/20
City of Fort Worth, TX Fort Worth, Texas, United States
Nov 09, 2020
Full Time
Requisition Number: 60082 Department: Park and Recreation A District Superintendent job is available with The City of Fort Worth Park & Recreation Department. We are seeking a committed professional to manage, supervise, coordinate and provide oversight of the Athletics Division. This includes implementing and managing a comprehensive citywide adult sports program that meets the needs of the Fort Worth and surrounding community either through directly offered programs or the facilitation of programs offered by alternative providers. The District Superintendent is responsible for providing a long-term vision and plan for the athletic field system, which leads to recommendations for upgrades, renovations and new construction. The selected candidate will plan and oversee all marketing and promotional activities to maximize sports program participation and field rentals. Marketing expertise is needed to identify target audiences and marketing channels for all opportunities including sports tourism. This position may involve working nights, weekends, and holidays. The District Superintendent job responsibilities include: Implement and manage a comprehensive citywide adult sports program that meets the needs of the Fort Worth and surrounding community either through directly offered programs or the facilitation of programs offered by alternative providers. Sports programs will include both indoor and outdoor sports based on the assessment of community need and alternative providers. It is the responsibility of the position and assigned staff to have a full comprehension of the adult sports environment. Sports should be offered through a variety of directly programmed opportunities that could include leagues, tournaments, clinics, and drop-in activities. Directly managed sports have included basketball, softball, soccer, and volleyball, and many other sports are facilitated through field rentals including kickball, tennis, rugby, flag football, and more. Manage the Athletics Section- field rentals for (82) Level 1 and Level 2 fields. Rentals include use by alternative providers for both youth and adult sports for league games and practices, tournaments, and other special events. The management of the field rentals includes field monitor management, trash removal, lighting management, and providing exceptional customer service to local, regional and national sports organizations. While field rental activities are for indirect sports programs, the Athletics Division staff assist league presidents and tournament directors with logistics that help facilitate successful programs. Optimal field management includes balancing the needs of directly managed programs and local alternative providers, while providing sports tourism opportunities to participants outside the Fort Worth community. Daily operations and maintenance of the sports fields, directly managed by the Field Operations Supervisor, are under the oversight of the position. Outdoor field maintenance includes an understanding of the best practices for natural grass maintenance; artificial turf maintenance; irrigation and lighting systems; and maintenance equipment and tools. Haws Athletic Center management includes aspects of indoor building maintenance including daily custodial; annual maintenance; gymnasium floor maintenance; and coordination with the Property Management Department for building systems maintenance including HVAC and building envelope. Represent the Athletics Division at all planning and construction meetings regarding athletic field capital projects. To provide a vision and plan, it is necessary for the District Superintendent to understand and stay current with local, regional and national sports field trends. Responsible for the professional development of all Athletics Division staff, with assistance from division supervisors. Professional development will include understanding staff career goals; encouraging and providing development opportunities; as well as providing direct mentorship. Staff development is a key initiative for the City of Fort Worth. Develop, request and implement the annual budgets for the Athletics Division, which includes Haws Athletics Center and Adult Sports; Athletic Maintenance; and McLeland Tennis Center, which cumulatively amount to $2.8 million. Budgets account for all expenditures, including labor costs; supplies and materials; contracted services and other costs, as well as revenues derived from activity fees, ID cards, site reservations, concessions agreements, leases, and other miscellaneous revenue. Negotiate and resolve sensitive and controversial issues, respond to internal and external customer and citizen inquiries. Meets with community groups to discuss field maintenance issues, and resolves customer complaints, serves as staff liaison on a variety of boards, commissions, and committees; prepares and presents administrative, statistical, activity reports and other necessary correspondence. In addition, the position will conduct a variety of organizational studies, investigations and operational studies. Recommends modifications to policies and procedures as appropriate. Performs other related duties as required and adheres to assigned work schedule as outlined in the Department and City attendance policies and procedures; ensures all behaviors comply with the City's Personnel Rules and Regulations. Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in Park and Recreation Administration, Recreation, Recreation, Business Management, Park Management, Landscape Architecture, or a related field. Five (5) years of increasingly responsible experience in park operation, landscape architectural design of small park capital projects, community recreational programming. Two (2) years of administrative and supervisory responsibility. Valid driver's license. Preferred Qualifications: Strong background in sports management, recreation programming and sports field maintenance is highly desired. Proven experience creating and implementing a strategic vision for a comprehensive sports program that includes strong partnerships and outreach. Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, Outlook, Access, and PowerPoint). Closing Date/Time: 11/30/20
City of Fort Worth, TX Fort Worth, Texas, United States
Nov 09, 2020
Full Time
Requisition Number: 60087 Department: Police Oversight Monitor About the Department The City of Fort Worth's Office of the Police Oversight Monitor (OPOM) was first established in February 2020 pursuant to Fort Worth City Code Art. 2, • 2-27(1)(a) as a mechanism with which to provide oversight and accountability of the Fort Worth Police Department. The first City of Fort Worth Police Monitor was appointed in March 2020. Efforts to build this newly created office first began in mid-March 2020. The vision for the office is for it to be a proactive leader in law enforcement accountability to the Fort Worth Police Department and the population it serves. In order to achieve this, the OPOM engages the following primary functions: oversight and accountability, monitor contacts and complaint investigations, review policies and procedures, auditing, meditation, community engagement, data collections and analyses, and periodic reporting. Want to learn more about the City of Fort Worth? Click here: Join the City of Fort Worth The Opportunity The Office of Police Oversight Monitor (OPOM) has an opportunity for a Deputy Police Oversight Monitor who will assist in planning, directing, managing the activities and operations of the OPOM, including providing civilian oversight over Fort Worth law enforcement by reviewing, analyzing, evaluating, and processing public complaints. The Deputy Police Oversight Monitor will provide highly responsible and complex administrative support to the Police Oversight Director. OPOM has been tasked with promoting public confidence in the professionalism and accountability of the sworn staff of Fort Worth law enforcement, and it is accomplished by independent review and monitor of citizen complaint investigations and use of force incidents; recommended changes to departmental policy, procedures, and practices; audits of departmental practices including data review and analyses; collaboration with the FWPD on problem-solving efforts to address root causes after the identification of patterns; mediation efforts; and conducting on-going community-police engagement outreaches as well as dissemination of information regarding OPOM and its activities including periodic reporting. These responsibilities are key to reduce incidents of alleged police misconduct, and ultimately, enhance relationships between the community and law enforcement. OPOM is also tasked with providing a recommendation to the City Administration and City Council on a community oversight model. Duties & Responsibilities of the Deputy Police Oversight Monitor include: Assists with the activities of the Office of Police Oversight Monitor, which includes planning, coordinating, administering, and evaluating programs, projects, processes, procedures, systems, standards, and/or service offerings; ensures compliance with federal, state, and local laws, regulations, codes, and/or standards. Assists in the process to create the Community Review Board (Board) to include public meetings and public input. Works with developing and coordinating the schedule and calendar for the development of the Board in cooperation with the Police Oversight Director. Accepts public complaints against law enforcement. Conducts initial interviews with the complainants explaining the oversight and investigative process. Assists with explanations of law enforcement policies and procedures to complainants. Participates in the complaint investigation process when complaint is of a serious nature. Assist the Police Oversight Director in reviewing and monitoring use of force and critical incidents and investigations. Maintains communication with Fort Worth law enforcement, its Operational and Patrol Commands including, but not limited to, Internal Affairs, Policy Management and Training. Forwards any relevant information of an investigation to the Police Department and the Internal Affairs Division. Forwards any relevant information of an investigation to the Police Oversight Director. Researches, provides and makes policy recommendations to the Police Oversight Director. Initiates and maintains relationships with the community and citizens. Identifies opportunities to initiate relationships with the public including networking, attending community events, developing outreach programs, etc. Gains, strengthens and enhances trust between the City, community and general public. Interacts with the community and keeps the community informed about the work of the Police Oversight Office, the City's role and oversight of law enforcement, law enforcement related activities impacting the community, etc. Assists with publishing newsletters, periodic reports including annual reports, makes public appearances and presents to the community as well as city officials on behalf of the Department. Conducts audits, data collection and analytics as well as periodic analyses of data identifying patterns and trends. Maintains confidentiality in compliance with local, state and federal law and regulations and the applicable Meet and Confer Agreement. Monitors and evaluates the quality, responsiveness, efficiency and effectiveness of related programs, service delivery methods and procedures, and works with subordinate employees on the continuous improvement of City services. The Ideal Candidate The ideal candidate will have policing expertise, experience, or exposure and a knowledge of laws, principles, practice and procedures related to conducting investigations and administrative hearings. They must possess and maintain the highest degree of integrity, objectivity, and independence to ensure against any perception of bias. The ideal candidate will possess knowledge, experience and skills including: Knowledge of social issues, public opinion, organization and subcultures. Effective framework of governmental and procedural justice. Exceptional data analytics skills. Exceptional analytical, verbal and written communication skills. The ability to manage people, programs development and administration. Proficiency of organization and management practices and methods, including goal setting, program development and implementation, employee supervision, personnel management, employee relations, team building, budget development and financial management. High level of resiliency and the ability not to personalize adversity. The ability to work independently, fairly and objectively. Demonstrate objectivity towards law enforcement and community interests. Knowledge of police administration and organization, and the rules, laws and regulations. Extensive experience in local, state or federal law enforcement. State, federal, and local laws including criminal law and employment law. State Civil Service Law (Chapter 143 of the Texas Local Government Code) and Civil Rights Law. Operations, services and activities of an oversight program. Methods and techniques of investigation, training, counseling and conflict resolution. Principles and practices of municipal budget preparation and administration. Principles and practices of staying current with recent developments in the law enforcement community. Job Requirements Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in labor/employment law, mediation, human resources management, business or public administration, or a related field. At least four (4) years of experience in the field of public or private administration with two (2) years of supervisory responsibility or in the practice of law. A Master's degree in labor/employment law, mediation, human resources management, business or public administration, or closely related field is preferred. An equivalent combination of education and experience will also be considered. No prior experience with or other representation of the Fort Worth Police Department or individual Fort Worth Police Officers. Experience in all phases of law enforcement monitoring and auditing, civilian oversight administration, procedural justice and civil rights protection is desired. Closing Date/Time: 12/12/20
City of Fort Worth, TX Fort Worth, Texas, United States
Nov 02, 2020
Full Time
Requisition Number: 60064 Department: Fire THE CITY OF FORT WORTH FIRE TRAINEE- JOB ID #60064 $19.19 hourly ($39,915 annually while in training) $28.09 hourly ($58,430 annually upon graduation) ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS: MONDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 2020 - SUNDAY, DECEMBER 13, 2020 APPLY ON-LINE ONLY @: http://fortworthtexas.gov/hr/ CIVIL SERVICE EXAM DATE: January 6 & 7, 2021; Exam times to be announced 1 Qualified Applicants will be notified via email of testing process QUALIFICATIONS: 18-35 YEARS OF AGE (cannot have reached 36 th birthday by the date of the entry-level test: Wednesday, January 6, 2021) VALID and CURRENT DRIVER'S LICENSE Required to obtain Class "B" driver's license during training HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA , GED CERTIFICATE or 12 SEMESTER HOURS from an accredited college or university ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS: Must live within thirty (30) minutes of a designated report-in station Must be accomplished within six (6) months of employment Successfully pass a written test, an aerobic capacity run, a physical assessment test, a background check, a polygraph examination, an interview board and a medical / physical examination. ADDITIONAL EXAM POINTS: Additional points up to a maximum of five (5) cumulative points shall be added to a passing exam score as follows: Military Veteran = Five (5) points with Honorable Discharge, per DD214 Member 4 Must email a copy of DD214 Member 4 to FWFDHiring@fortworthtexas.gov no later than Tuesday, January 5, 2021 @ 9:00 AM BENEFITS: https://www.fortworthtexas.gov/departments/hr/employees/benefits AND http://fortworthtexas.gov/fire/ NOTE: (1) The Civil Service Fire Trainee exam will be a live in-person exam in that qualified applicants will be required to report in person on their assigned date and time. Exams will be conducted in strict accordance with CDC Guidelines as qualified applicants will be required to wear a mask during the entire time of the examination process, must adhere to assigned social distancing requirements as instructed, and will have their temperature checked upon entry of the testing site. Qualified applicants that fail to comply with or do not meet the CDC Guidelines will not be permitted to take the exam nor take a make-up or alternate exam for this recruiting cycle. FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE CALL: 817-392-8754 FOR APPLICATION ASSISTANCE PLEASE CALL: 817-392-7750 FOR REASONABLE ACCOMMODATION PLEASE CALL: 817-392-7750 Bob Bolen Public Safety Complex Human Resources Department 505 W. Felix Street 200 Texas Street Fort Worth, TX 76115 Fort Worth, TX 76102 Website: http://fortworthtexas.gov/fire/ Website: http://fortworthtexas.gov/hr/ Closing Date/Time: 12/13/20
City of Fort Worth, TX Fort Worth, Texas, United States
Oct 22, 2020
Full Time
Requisition Number: 60030 Department: Water/WW A Professional Engineer - Asset Management job is available with The City of Fort Worth Water Department. This position will report to the Engineering Manager within the Water/Waste Water Planning and Horizontal Asset Management section. Working with the team, the position is expected to update, maintain, and improve the water and wastewater horizontal asset Risk Based Assessment process. The position should maintain a schedule of updates and communication plans with various divisional and sectional stakeholders. We are seeking a unique individual for the position that can not only process data, but understand the underlying data collection, limitations, and be able to effectively communicate the story behind the numbers. Using the data, the position should be able to support other divisions and sections with insight and recommendations. The position will also be responsible for supporting the Development Service Section. The section is responsible for assisting developers with their water and sewer inquiries. Specific tasks will include formulating cost participation percentages for Community Facilities Agreements (CFA), addressing plat and construction plan review issues, communicating Water Department design guidelines to developers and consultants, and acting as a project manager for various development projects. The ideal candidate should be detail-oriented, comfortable reviewing contracts and plan sets, and experience working with multiple internal and external stakeholders. If you enjoy asset management, development activities, and possess the abilities to work effectively with others to arrive at mutually acceptable water and wastewater solutions while meeting timelines, then this would be a perfect position for you. Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor's Degree or higher from an accredited college or university with major course work in Civil Engineering or Environmental Engineering related field plus Experience in asset management principles and condition assessment principles Four (4) years minimum experience in either development, design, construction, or operation of water or wastewater systems Good working knowledge of Microsoft Excel and Word Strong Interpersonal Assets - Listening, Professional Manners, Problem Solving, Self-Management, Responsibility and Accountability Excellent communications skills. Unique ability to present concepts clearly and effectively, both verbally and written, with the development community and internal City staff Possession of registration as a Professional Engineer in the State of Texas. If licensed in another state, continued employment will be contingent upon obtaining registration as a Professional Engineer within the State of Texas within six months of employment. Preferred Qualifications: Two (2) years of experience in ArcGIS, navigating and adding data to create working maps Working experience in a formal asset management software (such as InfoAsset Planner) or formal asset management training (such as through the Institute of Asset Management) Closing Date/Time: 12/3/20