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Gila County, AZ Globe, Arizona, United States
Nov 07, 2019
Full Time
GILA COUNTY HUMAN RESOURCES JOB ANNOUNCEMENT 1400 E. ASH STREET, GLOBE, AZ 85501 POSTED: SEPTEMBER 6, 2017 REVISED: JULY 19, 2018 OPEN UNTIL FILLED PURPOSE OF THE JOB The purpose of this position is to promote the health and wellbeing of inmates and to provide appropriate medical care. This position supervises and manages the department, provides patient care and responds to emergencies, and provides health and wellness education to inmates and staff. The role provides staff training and acts as a liaison between medical and detention staff. The position also maintains the supplies inventory. SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES Regularly assigns work to other employees and supervises related activities. Makes final decisions on scheduling work hours of employees; evaluating performance of employees; handling employee grievances; employee training and granting time off. Provides recommendations on employee promotions; salary increases; disciplinary actions; employee coaching; managing assistants and managing supervisors. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES TIME SPENT • Supervises and manages medical department, including nursing and medical staff. 50% • Provides direct patient care for routine medical concerns, prescribes medications and performs medical procedures. 10% • Reviews inmates' medical histories and prescriptions. 10% • Responds to medical emergencies and provides lifesaving skills to injured/sick patients. Promotes inmate health and wellness; educates inmates and staff about medical concerns. 10% • Provides training, including basic first aid and CPR, for medical, nursing and detention staff. Acts as liaison between medical staff and detention officers. 10% • Maintains inventory of supplies and medications. 10% • Performs other duties as assigned. BUDGET RESPONSIBILITIES This position has no responsibility over any types of budget. PROJECT RESPONSIBILITIES Provides project research support on organizational development and HR projects. ORAL COMMUNICATION DUTIES This position trains colleagues, explains County procedures or processes, responds to public inquiries, moderates and participates in meetings and negotiates or persuades. WRITTEN COMMUNICATION DUTIES This position creates or edits documents, internal memos, emails, formal letters and reports. INTERACTIONS WITH THE GENERAL PUBLIC Interacts extensively with employees, customers, the general public, vendors, regulatory bodies, and other groups and/or individuals and Institutions over the telephone, by email, and/or in person. INTERACTIONS SPECIFICALLY WITH CUSTOMERS Consistently (More than 40% but less that 55% in a year) MINIMUM EDUCATION REQUIRED Doctor of Medicine, Doctor of Osteopathy, Nurse Practitioner, or Physician's Assistant. MINIMUM YEARS OF DIRECTLY RELATED EXPERIENCE REQUIRED Ten (10) years of medical administrative experience; County detention facilities experience preferred. DEPARTMENT: Sheriff's Office POSITION: Detention Medical Director LOCATION: Globe/Payson JOB CODE: 17-098 PLEASE USE CIVILIAN/VOLUNTEER APPLICATION ANNUAL SALARY: $72,099-$95,531 DOE PROFESSIONAL CREDENTIALS REQUIRED Arizona State Medical License, Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support (ACLS) Certification. KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED Practice and principles of medical service administration, human resources management, pharmacology, emergency management procedures, first aid, and CPR. SKILLS REQUIRED Exceptional research and writing skills, organizational and reporting skills, active learning, active listening, critical thinking, analyzing training needs, problem recognition, problem solving, time management and multi-tasking. ABILITIES REQUIRED Multi-task, perform tasks with finger dexterity, maintain mental response and quickness, maintain calm demeanor in stressful situations and read and write at professional level. PHYSICAL DEMANDS • Regularly stands to attend to reported incidents. • Routinely sits to complete report and to operate computers. • May be required to lift work related materials or equipment of more than 75 lbs. • Constantly requires dexterity for keyboard operation. • Constantly requires dexterity for special medical gadgets and for special medical machines. • Incumbents in this position may be required to occasionally walk to and from work sites; bend and stoop to complete tasks. WORK ENVIRONMENT Incumbents in this position constantly spends time in medical examination room and in a medical office environment for reporting and data entry. Travel is necessary due to the large geographic area of service. Incumbents may be required to visit jail facilities. SAFETY RISK EXPOSURE Incumbents in this position may become exposed to physical danger, chemical hazards, bloodborne pathogens, communicable diseases, hostile patients, verbal abuse and emotional individuals. PROTECTIVE GEAR & SAFETY MANUALS Incumbents in this position are required to constantly follow written safety procedures and manuals relevant to the division or department. CONSEQUENCES OF ERROR Potential errors can result in property damage, individual injury, or loss of life. NOTICE: APPLICANTS MAY BE REQUIRED TO FURNISH, AT THEIR OWN EXPENSE, DOCUMENTARY PROOF OF EDUCATIONS, CERTIFICATION, REGISTRATION, LICENSE OR ANY OTHER PROOF OF COMPETENCY AS REQUIRED IN THE OFFICIAL CLASSIFICATION DESCRIPTION OR ANNOUNCEMENT AND MAY BE REQUIRED TO UNDERGO PHYSICAL, PSYCHOLOGICAL AND/OR BACKGROUND INVESTIGATIONS AS A CONTINUING CONDITION OF EMPLOYMENT. FURTHER, APPLICANTS FOR POSITIONS REQUIRING OPERATION OF A COUNTY OR PERSONAL VEHICLE ON OFFICIAL BUSINESS MUST POSSESS AND MAINTAIN COUNTY OR PERSONAL VEHICLE OPERATORS LICENSE. GILA COUNTY DOES NOT DISCRIMINATE ON THE BASIS OF RACE, COLOR, NATIONAL ORIGIN, SEX, RELIGION, AGE OR DISABILITY, AND FAMILIAL STATUS IN EMPLOYMENT OR THE PROVISIONS OF SERVICE AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY/AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EMPLOYER. Closing Date/Time:
Gila County, AZ Globe, Arizona, United States
Oct 19, 2019
Full Time
GILA COUNTY HUMAN RESOURCES JOB ANNOUNCEMENT 1400 E. ASH STREET, GLOBE, AZ 85501 POSTED: JUNE 6, 2019 REVISED: OCTOBER 3, 2019 OPEN UNTIL FILLED PURPOSE OF THE JOB To supervise, assign, review, and coordinate the day-to-day activities of the Sheriff Office Records Management Unit including managing the maintenance, retrieval, protection, and retention of records and ensure compliance with all State and Federal laws and County and internal policies and procedures. This position ensures work quality, reviews and prepares police reports, logs citations and warnings, releases information and reports to the public, releases information to the County Attorney's Office and other jurisdictions, assists Sheriff's Office employees with records and provides customer assistance. SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES Regularly assigns work to other employees and supervises related activities. Provides recommendations on scheduling work hours of employees. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES TIME SPENT • Plans, prioritizes, assigns, supervises, reviews, and coordinates the day-to-day activities of the Sheriff Office Records Management Unit including managing the maintenance, retrieval, protection and retention of all records, setting schedules and provides adequate staffing for the unit, supervising assigned personnel, staff training and assessment of performance, work monitoring and employee time reporting or leave requests processing. 30% • Oversees and monitors the orderly maintenance, ready availability, security, and confidentiality of law enforcement information and records processing support services to law enforcement agencies as part of the Sheriff's Office record; ensures compliance with local, State, and Federal privacy and security act requirements; maintains daily log regarding incoming and completed reports. 25% • Verifies and distributes departmental reports to relevant agencies and individuals; ensures the timely processing of departmental reports; verifies and disburses daily law enforcement reports, citations, warnings, and pawn shop tickets to departmental clerks for data entry into the departmental computer system. 15% • Maintains, processes, and audits arrest reports, warrants, and criminal histories and other records; confirms arrest warrants as necessary; monitors incoming jail dispositions for accuracy prior to sending to County Attorney. 10% • Operates and accesses automated criminal justice telecommunication information systems and subsystems and trains other employees; conducts records checks for warrants and criminal history using ACJIS system and maintains statistical records required by State and Federal government. 10% • Responds to departmental correspondence; may serve as Notary Public for internal and external customers. 10% • Performs other duties as assigned. BUDGET RESPONSIBILITIES This position provides research support on departmental level budget preparation. PROJECT RESPONSIBILITIES Provides project research support on community service projects. ORAL COMMUNICATION DUTIES This position trains colleagues, explains County procedures or processes and participates in meetings. WRITTEN COMMUNICATION DUTIES This position creates or edits documents, internal memos, emails and reports. INTERACTIONS WITH THE GENERAL PUBLIC Interacts regularly with internal coworkers and other departmental personnel over the telephone, by email, and/or in person. Incidental contact with the public may occur as part of the work location. INTERACTIONS SPECIFICALLY WITH CUSTOMERS Frequently (More than 25% but less than 40% in a year). DEPARTMENT: Sheriff's Office POSITION: Records Supervisor LOCATION: Globe JOB CODE: 19-036 PLEASE USE CIVILIAN/VOLUNTEER APPLICATION ANNUAL SALARY: $38,792-$52,369 DOE MINIMUM EDUCATION REQUIRED /PREFERRED High School Diploma or GED. Bachelor's Degree in Criminal Justice or Business/Public Administration preferred. MINIMUM YEARS OF DIRECTLY RELATED EXPERIENCE REQUIRED Three (3) years directly related experience; or equivalent combination of education, training and experience. PROFESSIONAL CREDENTIALS REQUIRED ACJIS Certification and Notary Public License. KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED Administration and management, clerical, customer and personal service, Federal, State, Local laws, regulations, statutes and law enforcement. SKILLS REQUIRED Active learning, active listening, communicating diplomatically, customer service, problem solving, time management, multi-tasking, typing and data entry. ABILITIES REQUIRED Make sense of multiple data, focus, multi-task, react in a calm and timely manner and maintain calm demeanor in stressful situations. PHYSICAL DEMANDS • Occasionally stands to attend to reported incidents; may be required to lift work related materials or equipment up to 25 lbs. in weight; and constantly requires dexterity for keyboard operation. • Incumbents in this position may be required to walk to and from work sites. WORK ENVIRONMENT Incumbents in this position constantly perform work in an office environment. May be required to travel to other County locations. SAFETY RISK EXPOSURE Incumbents in this position are generally not exposed to safety risk. Occasionally, may become exposed to telephone verbal abuse by customers or citizens, and/or individuals with high level of emotional distress. PROTECTIVE GEAR & SAFETY MANUALS Incumbents in this position are required to constantly follow written safety procedures and manuals relevant to the division or department. CONSEQUENCES OF ERROR Potential errors can result in unfavorable public perceptions and legal ramifications. SECURITY REQUIREMENTS Incumbents in this position are required to be U.S. citizens with zero felony convictions. Incumbents in this position are required to have a valid Arizona Driver's License. Prior to being hired, all incumbents in this position are subject to background check, as well as written and oral examinations. NOTICE: APPLICANTS MAY BE REQUIRED TO FURNISH, AT THEIR OWN EXPENSE, DOCUMENTARY PROOF OF EDUCATIONS, CERTIFICATION, REGISTRATION, LICENSE OR ANY OTHER PROOF OF COMPETENCY AS REQUIRED IN THE OFFICIAL CLASSIFICATION DESCRIPTION OR ANNOUNCEMENT AND MAY BE REQUIRED TO UNDERGO PHYSICAL, PSYCHOLOGICAL AND/OR BACKGROUND INVESTIGATIONS AS A CONTINUING CONDITION OF EMPLOYMENT. FURTHER, APPLICANTS FOR POSITIONS REQUIRING OPERATION OF A COUNTY OR PERSONAL VEHICLE ON OFFICIAL BUSINESS MUST POSSESS AND MAINTAIN COUNTY OR PERSONAL VEHICLE OPERATORS LICENSE. GILA COUNTY DOES NOT DISCRIMINATE ON THE BASIS OF RACE, COLOR, NATIONAL ORIGIN, SEX, RELIGION, AGE OR DISABILITY, AND FAMILIAL STATUS IN EMPLOYMENT OR THE PROVISIONS OF SERVICE. AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY/AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EMPLOYER. Closing Date/Time:
Gila County, AZ Arizona, United States
Oct 19, 2019
Full Time
GILA COUNTY HUMAN RESOURCES JOB ANNOUNCEMENT 1400 E. ASH STREET, GLOBE, AZ 85501 POSTED: SEPTEMBER 4, 2019 OPEN UNTIL FILLED PURPOSE OF THE JOB The purpose of this position is to perform a variety of semiskilled maintenance and minor construction work on County highways, roads, secondary roads, auxiliary structures, and rights-of-way and operates heavy road construction and maintenance equipment in accordance with all safety regulations and procedures. SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES This position does not supervise other employees. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES TIME SPENT • Performs road construction duties in relation to excavation, sub-grading, blue-topping, chip sealing and paving; maintains established roads including grading, center lining and grading slopes. 20% • Operates heavy construction and maintenance equipment including bulldozers, motor graders, backhoes, scrapers, front-end loaders, and chip sealers, in accordance with all safety regulations and procedures. 10% • Maintains secondary roads and shoulders; grades, waters and rolls gravel, and transports materials to work site; sweeps and cleans roads as necessary; maintains bridges, storm drains and culverts. 10% • Performs manual labor including cutting grade; removing brush and trees, and cleaning culverts; repairs surface failures, utility cuts, and potholes, and seals cracks in pavement. 10% • Drives trucks including semi, 10-wheeler and water trucks to transport materials to jobsites and transporting equipment. 10% • Serves as Lead to other workers in absence of Supervisor; supervises activities of work crew; ensures compliance with safety procedures; may train other crew members on construction and maintenance equipment and methods. 10% • Conducts traffic control duties including developing traffic plans, setting up and inspecting signage and serving as Flagger. 10% • Inspects, cleans and performs routine operational check on vehicles, trucks and heavy equipment; identifies and reports mechanical problems requiring repair. 10% • May perform emergency road services in relation to snow removal, flood damage repair, rockslides and fires. 10% • Performs other duties as assigned. BUDGET RESPONSIBILITIES This position has no responsibility over any types of budget. PROJECT RESPONSIBILITIES This position does not have PROJECT RESPONSIBILITIES. ORAL COMMUNICATION DUTIES This position trains colleagues and explains County procedures or processes. WRITTEN COMMUNICATION DUTIES This position creates or edits documents, internal memos, timesheets, traffic plans and reports. INTERACTIONS WITH THE GENERAL PUBLIC Interacts extensively with employees, customers, the general public, vendors, regulatory bodies, and other groups and/or individuals and Institutions over the telephone, by email, and/or in person. INTERACTIONS SPECIFICALLY WITH CUSTOMERS Sometimes (More than 10% but less than 25% in a year) MINIMUM EDUCATION REQUIRED High School Diploma or GED DEPARTMENT: Public Works Consolidated Roads POSITION: Road Maintenance/Equipment Oper. Sr. LOCATION: Young, AZ JOB CODE: 19-063 PLEASE USE CDL/DRIVERS EMPLOYMENT APPLICATION ANNUAL SALARY: $36,447-$50,114 DOE MINIMUM YEARS OF DIRECTLY RELATED EXPERIENCE REQUIRED Three (3) years road construction, repair and maintenance experience; or equivalent combination of education, training and experience. PROFESSIONAL CREDENTIALS REQUIRED A valid Class A Commerical Driver's License with Tanker Endorsement. This position is subject to drug and alcohol testing. KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED Customer and personal service, excavation, grading, compaction and traffic control procedures. SKILLS REQUIRED Skills necessary to perform semi-skilled road construction and maintenance activities and operating heavy equipment, machinery and vehicles. Critical thinking, problem solving, analyzing operations, troubleshooting and time management. ABILITIES REQUIRED Perform moderately heavy manual labor; safely operate heavy road construction equipment and vehicles; conduct traffic control activities; provide emergency road services in relation to flooding, fires, rockslides and heavy snow; inspect and maintain construction equipment and vehicles; lead and train other personnel. Read and write minimum High School level, solve problems using inductive reasoning, make sense of multiple information, speak clearly and sensibly and maintain calm demeanor in stressful situations. PHYSICAL DEMANDS • Occasionally stands to direct traffic, to complete tasks and to attend to reported incidents. • Regularly sits to complete report; routinely sits to operate special equipment. • May be required to lift work related materials, equipment and tools of more than 75 lbs. in weight. • Regularly requires dexterity for special gadgets and special machines. • Incumbents in this position may be required to routinely walk to and from work sites; occasionally bend, stoop, crawl, kneel and routinely twist. WORK ENVIRONMENT Incumbents in this position regularly perform work at external construction areas: new and maintained County roads, easements and water ways. SAFETY RISK EXPOSURE Incumbents in this position may become exposed to physical danger, mechanical hazards, chemical hazards; electrical hazards; bloodborne pathogens and communicable diseases; fire hazards; explosives, respiratory hazards; extreme temperature; noise and vibration; and wetness and humidity. May become exposed to traffic, cleaning solvents, fuel, hot asphalt and chipseal oil. PROTECTIVE GEAR & SAFETY MANUALS Incumbents in this position are required to constantly follow written safety procedures and manuals relevant to the division or department; constantly requires safety foot wear, hearing protection devices, eye protection devices and hard hat. CONSEQUENCES OF ERROR Potential errors can result in unfavorable public perceptions and legal ramifications. NOTICE: APPLICANTS MAY BE REQUIRED TO FURNISH, AT THEIR OWN EXPENSE, DOCUMENTARY PROOF OF EDUCATIONS, CERTIFICATION, REGISTRATION, LICENSE OR ANY OTHER PROOF OF COMPETENCY AS REQUIRED IN THE OFFICIAL CLASSIFICATION DESCRIPTION OR ANNOUNCEMENT AND MAY BE REQUIRED TO UNDERGO PHYSICAL, PSYCHOLOGICAL AND/OR BACKGROUND INVESTIGATIONS AS A CONTINUING CONDITION OF EMPLOYMENT. FURTHER, APPLICANTS FOR POSITIONS REQUIRING OPERATION OF A COUNTY OR PERSONAL VEHICLE ON OFFICIAL BUSINESS MUST POSSESS AND MAINTAIN COUNTY OR PERSONAL VEHICLE OPERATORS LICENSE. GILA COUNTY DOES NOT DISCRIMINATE ON THE BASIS OF RACE, COLOR, NATIONAL ORIGIN, SEX, RELIGION, AGE OR DISABILITY, AND FAMILIAL STATUS IN EMPLOYMENT OR THE PROVISIONS OF SERVICE. AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY/AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EMPLOYER. Closing Date/Time:
Gila County, AZ Arizona, United States
Oct 19, 2019
Full Time
GILA COUNTY HUMAN RESOURCES JOB ANNOUNCEMENT 1400 E. ASH STREET, GLOBE, AZ 85501 POSTED: AUGUST 7, 2019 REVISED: SEPTEMBER 3, 2019 OPEN UNTIL FILLED PURPOSE OF THE JOB The purpose of this position is to perform semi-skilled work in the construction, repair and maintenance of roads, right-of-ways, auxiliary structures, and secondary roads; operate various types of construction equipment in accordance with safety regulations and procedures. SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES This position does not supervise other employees. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES TIME SPENT • Operates road construction and maintenance equipment including front end loaders, backhoes, bulldozers, motor graders, paving machines, street sweepers and compactors, in accordance with all safety regulations and procedures. 20% • Grades roads, paves roads, replace asphalt, patches and repairs roads, clean roadways and sweeps streets. 10% • Maintains ditches and culverts including removing debris from ditches, installing culverts and ensuring the efficient flow of culverts. 10% • Performs manual labor assignments as needed, including fire control, accident and hazardous materials cleanup, guardrail and foliage maintenance and debris removal; cuts and removes brush and trees impacting roadways as required. 10% • Follows safety regulations on all work zone and flagging sites, including placing barricades and cones; performs emergency road services in relation to fires, floods and roadway inspection. 10% • Hauls materials and transports vehicles and equipment to jobsites using various trucks and transporters. 10% • Inspects, cleans and performs routine operational check on trucks and heavy equipment. 10% • Performs traffic control activities including setting up signs and flagging traffic. 10% • May perform emergency road services in relation to snow removal, flood damage repair, rockslides, and fires. 10% • Performs other duties as assigned BUDGET RESPONSIBILITIES This position has no responsibility over any types of budget. PROJECT RESPONSIBILITIES This position does not have PROJECT RESPONSIBILITIES. ORAL COMMUNICATION DUTIES This position may train colleagues. WRITTEN COMMUNICATION DUTIES This position creates or edits documents, internal memos, timesheets and reports. INTERACTIONS WITH THE GENERAL PUBLIC Interacts primarily internally with other employees at the same level. Minimal contact with customers or general public. INTERACTIONS SPECIFICALLY WITH CUSTOMERS Sometimes (More than 10% but less than 25% in a year) MINIMUM EDUCATION REQUIRED High School Diploma or GED MINIMUM YEARS OF DIRECTLY RELATED EXPERIENCE REQUIRED Three (3) years' experience in road construction and maintenance and operation of related equipment; or equivalent combination of education, training and experience. DEPARTMENT: Public Works Consolidated Roads POSITION: Road Maintenance/Equipment Operator LOCATION: Young JOB CODE: 19-059 PLEASE USE CDL/DRIVERS APPLICATION ANNUAL SALARY: $30,563-$42,024 DOE PROFESSIONAL CREDENTIALS REQUIRED A valid Arizona Class B Commercial Driver's License is required. Within the first three months of employment, a valid Arizona Class A Commercial Driver's License with Tanker Endorsement must be obtained. This position is subject to drug and alcohol testing. KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED Customer and personal service, excavation, grading, compaction and traffic control procedures. SKILLS REQUIRED Critical thinking, problem solving, analyzing operations, troubleshooting and time management. ABILITIES REQUIRED Read and write minimum High School level, solve problems using inductive reasoning, make sense of multiple information, speak clearly and sensibly and maintain calm demeanor in stressful situations. PHYSICAL DEMANDS • Occasionally stands to direct traffic, to complete tasks and to attend to reported incidents. • Regularly sits to complete reports, routinely sits to operate special equipment. • May be required to lift work related materials, equipment, and tools of more than 75 lbs. in weight. • Regularly requires dexterity for special gadgets and special machines. • Incumbents in this position may be required to routinely walk to and from work sites, occasionally bend, stoop, crawl, kneel and routinely twist. WORK ENVIRONMENT Incumbents in this position regularly perform work at external construction areas: new and maintained County roads, easements and water ways. SAFETY RISK EXPOSURE Incumbents in this position may become exposed to verbal abuse by customers, or citizens; individuals with high level of emotional distress; physical danger, mechanical hazards, chemical hazards; electrical hazards; bloodborne pathogens and communicable diseases; fire hazards; explosives, respiratory hazards; extreme temperature; noise and vibration; and wetness and humidity. PROTECTIVE GEAR & SAFETY MANUALS Incumbents in this position are required to constantly follow written safety procedures and manuals relevant to the division or department; constantly requires safety foot wear, hearing protection devices, eye protection devices and hard hat. CONSEQUENCES OF ERROR Potential errors can result in unfavorable public perceptions and legal ramifications. NOTICE: APPLICANTS MAY BE REQUIRED TO FURNISH, AT THEIR OWN EXPENSE, DOCUMENTARY PROOF OF EDUCATIONS, CERTIFICATION, REGISTRATION, LICENSE OR ANY OTHER PROOF OF COMPETENCY AS REQUIRED IN THE OFFICIAL CLASSIFICATION DESCRIPTION OR ANNOUNCEMENT AND MAY BE REQUIRED TO UNDERGO PHYSICAL, PSYCHOLOGICAL AND/OR BACKGROUND INVESTIGATIONS AS A CONTINUING CONDITION OF EMPLOYMENT. FURTHER, APPLICANTS FOR POSITIONS REQUIRING OPERATION OF A COUNTY OR PERSONAL VEHICLE ON OFFICIAL BUSINESS MUST POSSESS AND MAINTAIN COUNTY OR PERSONAL VEHICLE OPERATORS LICENSE. GILA COUNTY DOES NOT DISCRIMINATE ON THE BASIS OF RACE, COLOR, NATIONAL ORIGIN, SEX, RELIGION, AGE OR DISABILITY, AND FAMILIAL STATUS IN EMPLOYMENT OR THE PROVISIONS OF SERVICE. AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY/AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EMPLOYER. Closing Date/Time:
Gila County, AZ Globe, Arizona, United States
Oct 19, 2019
Full Time
GILA COUNTY HUMAN RESOURCES JOB ANNOUNCEMENT 1400 E. ASH STREET, GLOBE, AZ 85501 POSTED: AUGUST 7, 2019 OPEN UNTIL FILLED PURPOSE OF THE JOB The purpose of this position is to protect the public from rabies exposure by controlling the population of stray dogs and cats and by monitoring exposure to wildlife such as bats, foxes and bobcats. This position manages and maintains the animal shelter, which involves the preparation and submission of specimens for laboratory tests, animal euthanasia and kennel cleaning. The role is also responsible for patrolling the County for stray dogs and admitting animals to the shelter. Administrative duties include report and citation writing, customer service and attendance at meetings and court. SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES This position does not supervise other employees. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES TIME SPENT • Patrols all unincorporated areas of the County to enforce and monitor for compliance with State and County ordinances pertaining to animal regulations including animal cruelty, barking dogs and animals at-large; investigates nuisance and animal cruelty complaints; interviews witnesses; notifies owners and involved parties of animal violations and corrective actions; writes reports, issues citations and prepares court documents. 30% • Prepares and submits specimens for the State lab to test for rabies and performs animal euthanasia on sick, injured and stray animals; prepares required documentation in relation to euthanasia activities. 10% • Responds to calls for service and provides customer service in selling licenses, renting traps; uses specialty equipment and techniques to capture, contain, and impound domestic, exotic and wild animals, including sick, injured, diseased and vicious animals; relocates wild animals; investigates animal bite reports; collects and prepares specimens for laboratory analysis as necessary; cleans and disinfects vehicles and equipment. 10% • Writes reports as well as citations for animal regulations; manages dog bite and rabies exposure cases; ensures timely treatment processes for individuals exposed to rabies; coordinates rabies vaccinations for animals that bite. 10% • Proceeds with legal action against violators of animal control law; testifies in court on citation issues as required and performs administrative duties, such as selling tags, providing general customer service and admitting dogs and cats. 10% • Creates and maintains complaint files; researches files and computer databases; updates automated and manual computer records and tracking systems; reviews Rabies monthly reports and daily activity logs. 10% • Maintains shelter, cleaning and disinfecting kennels. 10% • Provides community outreach, educational services and animal related information to the public; promotes education and public awareness on animal safety and care; responds to questions regarding animal regulations and rabies issues; conducts public presentations on rabies prevention; makes local radio appearances to provide information on rabies; coordinates rabies control clinic events. 10% • Performs other duties as assigned. BUDGET RESPONSIBILITIES This position has no responsibility over any types of budget. PROJECT RESPONSIBILITIES This position does not have PROJECT RESPONSIBILITIES. ORAL COMMUNICATION DUTIES This position explains County procedures or processes, participates in meetings and negotiates or persuades. WRITTEN COMMUNICATION DUTIES This position creates or edits documents, internal memos, emails, formal letters and reports. INTERACTIONS WITH THE GENERAL PUBLIC Interacts extensively with employees, customers, the general public, vendors, regulatory bodies, and other groups and/or individuals and Institutions over the telephone, by email, and/or in person. DEPARTMENT: Health & Emergency Management POSITION: Animal Control Officer LOCATION: Globe JOB CODE: 19-056 ANNUAL SALARY: $27,987-$38,483 DOE INTERACTIONS SPECIFICALLY WITH CUSTOMERS Sometimes (More than 10% but less than 25% in a year) MINIMUM EDUCATION REQUIRED High School Diploma or GED MINIMUM YEARS OF DIRECTLY RELATED EXPERIENCE REQUIRED Five (5) years experience or equivalent combination of education, training and experience. PROFESSIONAL CREDENTIALS REQUIRED/PREFERRED National Animal Control Association, Arizona Association of Rabies/ Animal Control Enforcment Association KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED Training, public safety, animal control and public health management. SKILLS REQUIRED Active listening, customer service, persuading and influencing, problem solving, time management, multi-tasking, typing and data entry and animal handling techniques. ABILITIES REQUIRED Solve problems sensibly and swiftly, memorize and recall, multi-task, react in a calm and timely manner, consider options, risks and benefits, must be able to lift and place animals in truck. Must be able to operate truck and drive to various parts of the County. PHYSICAL DEMANDS • Constantly stands to attend to reported incidents; routinely stands to attend to custodian work such as maintaining cleanliness of kennels and animal shelters. • Regularly sits to complete report, to operate computers, to operate special equipment, to complete a program, to attend to reception areas and to perform watchmen duties. • Regularly lifts under 10 lbs., occasionally lifts over 75 lbs. • Routinely requires dexterity for use of animal capture tools, keyboard operation and special gadgets; occasionally requires dexterity for special machines. • Incumbents in this position may be required to occasionally intervene to break altercations between citizens or between citizen and animal; and walk to and from work sites; regularly bends, kneels to collect evidence and examine scenes and twists to complete tasks; rarely stoops and crawls. WORK ENVIRONMENT Incumbents in this position perform work outdoors, in County Animal Shelter and in an office environment. SAFETY RISK EXPOSURE Incumbents in this position may be exposed to rabid and wild animals and potential physical harm. On rare occasions, incumbents in this position may become exposed to occasional telephone verbal abuse by irate customers or citizens and may personally encounter disgruntled citizens. May be exposed to physical danger, mechanical hazards, chemical hazards, bloodborne pathogens, communicable diseases, constants noise and vibration, wetness and humidity. PROTECTIVE GEAR & SAFETY MANUALS Incumbents in this position are required to constantly follow written safety procedures and manuals relevant to the division or department. Regularly require the use of safety equipment, constantly require biosafety gear, rubber gloves, safety footwear, compliance devices and eye protection devices. CONSEQUENCES OF ERROR Potential errors can cause inconveniences to other employees, and/or delays in related work areas. Delays of services are possible. NOTICE: APPLICANTS MAY BE REQUIRED TO FURNISH, AT THEIR OWN EXPENSE, DOCUMENTARY PROOF OF EDUCATIONS, CERTIFICATION, REGISTRATION, LICENSE OR ANY OTHER PROOF OF COMPETENCY AS REQUIRED IN THE OFFICIAL CLASSIFICATION DESCRIPTION OR ANNOUNCEMENT AND MAY BE REQUIRED TO UNDERGO PHYSICAL, PSYCHOLOGICAL AND/OR BACKGROUND INVESTIGATIONS AS A CONTINUING CONDITION OF EMPLOYMENT. FURTHER, APPLICANTS FOR POSITIONS REQUIRING OPERATION OF A COUNTY OR PERSONAL VEHICLE ON OFFICIAL BUSINESS MUST POSSESS AND MAINTAIN COUNTY OR PERSONAL VEHICLE OPERATORS LICENSE. GILA COUNTY DOES NOT DISCRIMINATE ON THE BASIS OF RACE, COLOR, NATIONAL ORIGIN, SEX, RELIGION, AGE OR DISABILITY, AND FAMILIAL STATUS IN EMPLOYMENT OR THE PROVISIONS OF SERVICE. AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY/AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EMPLOYER. Closing Date/Time:
Gila County, AZ Globe, Arizona, United States
Oct 19, 2019
Full Time
GILA COUNTY HUMAN RESOURCES JOB ANNOUNCEMENT 1400 E. ASH STREET, GLOBE, AZ 85501 POSTED: JULY 10, 2019 REVISED: OCTOBER 7, 2019 OPEN UNTIL FILLED PURPOSE OF THE JOB The purpose of this position is to improve the mental health and wellbeing of Gila County Jail inmates. This position assesses and records inmates' mental health needs, coordinates medication provision, liaises with other contacts and conducts research. SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES This position does not supervise other employees. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES TIME SPENT • Conducts mental health assessments and prioritizes psychiatric needs of inmates, conducting interviews to listen to their issues; evaluates acute and chronic symptoms, and may determine essential care required, as mandated by regulations and protocols; documents and reports test results. 60% • Documents contacts made with inmates, including on the phone and in person. 20% • Coordinates with medical personnel to provide inmates with medications. 10% • Liaises with officers, medical personnel, and outside contacts to obtain more information to help inmates; conducts research to find other mental health agencies. 10% • Performs other duties as assigned. BUDGET RESPONSIBILITIES This position has no responsibility over any types of budget. PROJECT RESPONSIBILITIES This position does not have PROJECT RESPONSIBILITIES. ORAL COMMUNICATION DUTIES This position explains County procedures or processes. This position routinely provides therapy through verbal discussions with inmates. WRITTEN COMMUNICATION DUTIES This position creates or edits documents, internal memos, emails and reports. INTERACTIONS WITH THE GENERAL PUBLIC Interacts extensively with employees, customers, the general public, vendors, regulatory bodies, and other groups and/or individuals and Institutions over the telephone, by email, and/or in person. INTERACTIONS SPECIFICALLY WITH CUSTOMERS Continuously (More than 70% but less than 85% in a year) MINIMUM EDUCATION REQUIRED Bachelor's Degree in Social Work or related field. MINIMUM YEARS OF DIRECTLY RELATED EXPERIENCE REQUIRED One (1) year experience in counseling or related social work area. PROFESSIONAL CREDENTIALS REQUIRED None KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED English language and composition, psychology, case management - corrections. Department policies and procedures; psychiatric sciences including mental health maintenance, promotion and prevention; principles of mental health education and counseling; principles of medical terminology, anatomy, physiology and concepts of disease; principles and practices of records management, and patient file documentation procedures; hazardous chemicals and materials, first aid and CPR. . DEPARTMENT: Sheriff's Office POSITION: Part-time Inmate Counselor LOCATION: Globe JOB CODE: 19-046 PLEASE USE CIVILIAN/VOLUNTEER APPLICATION 19 HOURS PER WEEK HOURLY SALARY: $22.35-$30.17 DOE SKILLS REQUIRED Active listening, analytical thinking, analytical writing, communicating diplomatically, negotiating, problem recognition, developing alternative solutions, typing and data entry. ABILITIES REQUIRED Express one's self orally, express self through written words, perform tasks with finger dexterity, speak clearly and sensibly. PHYSICAL DEMANDS • Routinely sits to complete report and to operate computers. • May be required to lift work related materials or equipment up to 10 lbs. • Routinely requires dexterity for keyboard operation. • Incumbents in this position may be required to walk to and from work sites. WORK ENVIRONMENT Incumbents in this position perform work in the County Jail facilities; work involves intense concentration on activities going on around one's location on a constant basis throughout the entire work shift; and must be able to work during weekdays, weekends, and holidays as needed. Must work with a manipulative and clinically challenging client population with possibility of high-risk infections. SAFETY RISK EXPOSURE Incumbents in this position are subject to emotional individual encounters; physical danger, bloodborne pathogens, and communicable diseases. PROTECTIVE GEAR & SAFETY MANUALS Incumbents in this position are required to constantly follow written safety procedures and manuals relevant to the division or department. CONSEQUENCES OF ERROR Potential errors can result in property damage, individual injury, or loss of life. SECURITY REQUIREMENTS Incumbents in this position are required to be U.S. citizens with no felony convictions. Incumbents in this position are required to have unrestricted Arizona Driver's License upon appointment. Prior to being appointed, all incumbents in this position are subject to complete a background check as well as medical, polygraph, psychological, written and oral examinations. NOTICE: APPLICANTS MAY BE REQUIRED TO FURNISH, AT THEIR OWN EXPENSE, DOCUMENTARY PROOF OF EDUCATIONS, CERTIFICATION, REGISTRATION, LICENSE OR ANY OTHER PROOF OF COMPETENCY AS REQUIRED IN THE OFFICIAL CLASSIFICATION DESCRIPTION OR ANNOUNCEMENT AND MAY BE REQUIRED TO UNDERGO PHYSICAL, PSYCHOLOGICAL AND/OR BACKGROUND INVESTIGATIONS AS A CONTINUING CONDITION OF EMPLOYMENT. FURTHER, APPLICANTS FOR POSITIONS REQUIRING OPERATION OF A COUNTY OR PERSONAL VEHICLE ON OFFICIAL BUSINESS MUST POSSESS AND MAINTAIN COUNTY OR PERSONAL VEHICLE OPERATORS LICENSE. GILA COUNTY DOES NOT DISCRIMINATE ON THE BASIS OF RACE, COLOR, NATIONAL ORIGIN, SEX, RELIGION, AGE OR DISABILITY, AND FAMILIAL STATUS IN EMPLOYMENT OR THE PROVISIONS OF SERVICE. AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY/AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EMPLOYER. Closing Date/Time:
Gila County, AZ Globe, Arizona, United States
Oct 19, 2019
Full Time
GILA COUNTY HUMAN RESOURCES JOB ANNOUNCEMENT 1400 E. ASH STREET, GLOBE, AZ 85501 POSTED: JUNE 28, 2019 REVISED: OCTOBER 7, 2019 OPEN UNTIL FILLED PURPOSE OF THE JOB The purpose of this position is to ensure orderly conduct during court proceedings. This position performs bailiff duties, ensuring safety and decorum throughout the facility, escorting relevant parties to appropriate rooms and controlling access to secured areas. The role may also perform clerical duties. SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES This position does not supervise other employees. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES TIME SPENT • Acts as liaison between judge, attorneys, courtroom staff and public in order to ensure safety and orderly conduct of court business; calls court to order and maintains appropriate decorum when court is in session. 40% • Checks in relevant parties and escorts them individually to court and hearing rooms. Opens and locks secured areas and facilities and sets up court room for operation. Ensures all jury members are present during jury trials. Ensures court staff, attorneys and defense are present in court and ready for judge's appearance. 45% • Answers and transfers department telephone calls and provides assistance to court personnel, as assigned. Coordinates food orders during jury deliberations; performs clerical duties; ensures the Law Library is updated and maintained. 15% • Performs other duties as assigned BUDGET RESPONSIBILITIES This position has no responsibility over any types of budget. PROJECT RESPONSIBILITIES This position does not have PROJECT RESPONSIBILITIES. ORAL COMMUNICATION DUTIES This position explains County procedures or processes. WRITTEN COMMUNICATION DUTIES This position creates or edits documents, internal memos, emails and reports. INTERACTIONS WITH THE GENERAL PUBLIC Interacts extensively with employees, customers, the general public, vendors, regulatory bodies, and other groups and/or individuals and Institutions over the telephone, by email, and/or in person. INTERACTIONS SPECIFICALLY WITH CUSTOMERS Always (More than 85% in a year) MINIMUM EDUCATION REQUIRED High School Diploma or GED MINIMUM YEARS OF DIRECTLY RELATED EXPERIENCE REQUIRED One (1) year Bailiff experience and experience in dealing with the public; or equivalent combination of education, training and experience. Must be fluent in English. Valid Arizona Driver's License. PROFESSIONAL CREDENTIALS REQUIRED None DEPARTMENT: Superior Court Administration POSITION: Part-time Bailiff LOCATION: Globe JOB CODE: 19-041 19 HOURS PER WEEK HOURLY SALARY: $14.06-$19.33 DOE KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED Customer and personal service, English language and composition, law and government, court administration, public safety regulations, judicial principles and practices; court proceedings and processes; legal terminology and documentation; regulations governing court/legal activities; Arizona statutes and court rules; Bailiff duties, responsibilities and protocol; court calendaring systems; Interpreter functions and standards; customer service standards and protocol. SKILLS REQUIRED Active listening, communicating diplomatically, customer service, persuading and influencing, problem solving, diversity awareness, time management and multi-tasking. ABILITIES REQUIRED Fully and quickly comprehend spoken words, detect embedded objects or information, multi-task, speak clearly and sensibly and follow orders. PHYSICAL DEMANDS • Occasionally stands to perform public safety duties. • Routinely sits to perform watchmen duties and to attend to other duties. • May be required to lift work related materials or equipment up to 25 lbs. WORK ENVIRONMENT This position occasionally spends time in office environment; routinely spends time in courtrooms and courtroom lobby; regularly spends time in library. SAFETY RISK EXPOSURE Incumbents in this position may become exposed to individuals with high level of emotional distress; hostile plaintiffs and/or defendants; hostile family members or other parties to the plaintiff and defendants. PROTECTIVE GEAR & SAFETY MANUALS This position is required to constantly follow written safety procedures and manuals relevant to the division or department. CONSEQUENCES OF ERROR Potential errors can cause inconveniences to other employees, and/or delays in related work areas. Delays of services are possible. NOTICE: APPLICANTS MAY BE REQUIRED TO FURNISH, AT THEIR OWN EXPENSE, DOCUMENTARY PROOF OF EDUCATIONS, CERTIFICATION, REGISTRATION, LICENSE OR ANY OTHER PROOF OF COMPETENCY AS REQUIRED IN THE OFFICIAL CLASSIFICATION DESCRIPTION OR ANNOUNCEMENT AND MAY BE REQUIRED TO UNDERGO PHYSICAL, PSYCHOLOGICAL AND/OR BACKGROUND INVESTIGATIONS AS A CONTINUING CONDITION OF EMPLOYMENT. FURTHER, APPLICANTS FOR POSITIONS REQUIRING OPERATION OF A COUNTY OR PERSONAL VEHICLE ON OFFICIAL BUSINESS MUST POSSESS AND MAINTAIN COUNTY OR PERSONAL VEHICLE OPERATORS LICENSE. GILA COUNTY DOES NOT DISCRIMINATE ON THE BASIS OF RACE, COLOR, NATIONAL ORIGIN, SEX, RELIGION, AGE OR DISABILITY, AND FAMILIAL STATUS IN EMPLOYMENT OR THE PROVISIONS OF SERVICE. AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY/AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EMPLOYER. Closing Date/Time:
Gila County, AZ Arizona, United States
Oct 18, 2019
Full Time
GILA COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE JOB ANNOUNCEMENT 1400 E. ASH STREET, GLOBE, AZ 85501 PURPOSE OF THE JOB The purpose of this position is to respond to emergency and non-emergency calls for law enforcement, fire, and emergency services in compliance with county procedures to assure the safety of law enforcement officers, emergency services personnel, and the public. SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES This position does not supervise other employees. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES TIME SPENT • Answers incoming emergency and non-emergency calls; interviews callers and gathers details; prioritizes calls for service and determines appropriate personnel to respond; dispatches emergency responders; relays pertinent information to law enforcement and emergency services personnel in a concise, organized and understandable manner. 20% • Enters and validates stolen vehicles and property; validates license plates and identities of missing and wanted persons. 20% • Enters calls for service in Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) System. 20% • Monitors and maintains status of patrol units and coordinates ambulances and helicopters. 10% • Operates emergency radio for Police, Fire, EMS, Probation, and other emergency responders contacts, Border Patrol Response Rescue Team, Forest Service Search and Rescue, and the Public Works Department when necessary. 10% • Runs confidential criminal histories; booking pawn and prisoner information for officers and detectives; enters warrant entry and orders of protection. 10% • Coordinates mutual aid as required; updates agencies that provide emergency response assistance. 10% • Performs other duties as assigned BUDGET RESPONSIBILITIES This position has no responsibility over any types of budget. PROJECT RESPONSIBILITIES This position does not have PROJECT RESPONSIBILITIES. ORAL COMMUNICATION DUTIES This position trains colleagues; explains County procedures; responds to public inquiries; participates in meetings; and negotiates or persuades. Incumbents in this position may be required to speak with the media, occasionally. WRITTEN COMMUNICATION DUTIES This position creates or edits documents, procedures, emails, press releases, and reports. INTERACTIONS WITH THE GENERAL PUBLIC Interacts extensively with employees, customers, the general public, vendors, regulatory bodies, and other groups and/or individuals and Institutions over the telephone, by email, and/or in person. INTERACTIONS SPECIFICALLY WITH CUSTOMERS Always (More than 85% in a year) DEPARTMENT: SHERIFF'S OFFICE POSITION: 911 RADIO DISPATCHER LOCATION: GLOBE JOB CODE: OPEN CLOSING DATE: HIRING ROSTER ANNUAL SALARY: $34,227-$47,062 DOE MINIMUM EDUCATION REQUIRED High School Diploma or GED MINIMUM YEARS OF DIRECTLY RELATED EXPERIENCE REQUIRED Six (6) months to one (1) year public safety dispatching experience; or equivalent combination of education, training and experience. PROFESSIONAL CREDENTIALS REQUIRED ACJIS TOC (terminal operator certification) KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED Telecommunication technology, public safety & security, law enforcement, public safety regulations, First Responders' Protocols. SKILLS REQUIRED Active learning, active listening, analytical thinking, negotiating, problem recognition, problem solving, multi-tasking, typing and Data Entry. ABILITIES REQUIRED Fully and quickly comprehend spoken words, make sense of multiple data, find directions and current locations, multi-task, maintain mental response and quickness, maintain oratory ability under stressful situations. PHYSICAL DEMANDS • Constantly sits to complete report, operate computers, operate special equipment, complete a program, attend to reception areas, perform watchmen duties, and sits to attend to other duties. • Rarely requires dexterity for peacekeeping tools, and special machines; constantly requires dexterity for keyboard operation, and dexterity for special gadgets. • Incumbents in this position may be required to rarely intervene, walk to and from work sites, bend, stoop, crawl, kneel, and twist. • Occasionally lifts work-related materials of up to 10 lbs. in weight. WORK ENVIRONMENT Work is performed in high call volume emergency dispatch office environment, where there is little opportunity for physical movement. The incumbent must remain alert and responsive while observing computer display screen for uninterrupted periods of time. Incumbents may be subject to extended work periods without relief during high call volume time and during stressful situations. SAFETY RISK EXPOSURE Incumbents in this position are generally not exposed to safety risk. On rare occasions, incumbents in this position may become exposed to occasional telephone verbal abuse by customers or citizens, physical danger, mechanical hazards, chemical hazards, electrical hazards, bloodborne pathogen, communicable diseases, fire hazards, explosives, respiratory hazards, extreme temperature, noise and vibration, and wetness and humidity. PROTECTIVE GEAR & SAFETY MANUALS Incumbents in this position are required to constantly follow written safety procedures and manuals relevant to the division or department. CONSEQUENCES OF ERROR Potential errors can have legal ramifications, loss of funding, loss of organization's credibility. NOTICE: APPLICANTS MAY BE REQUIRED TO FURNISH, AT THEIR OWN EXPENSE, DOCUMENTARY PROOF OF EDUCATIONS, CERTIFICATION, REGISTRATION, LICENSE OR ANY OTHER PROOF OF COMPETENCY AS REQUIRED IN THE OFFICIAL CLASSIFICATION DESCRIPTION OR ANNOUNCEMENT AND MAY BE REQUIRED TO UNDERGO PHYSICAL, PSYCHOLOGICAL AND/OR BACKGROUND INVESTIGATIONS AS A CONTINUING CONDITION OF EMPLOYMENT. FURTHER, APPLICANTS FOR POSITIONS REQUIRING OPERATION OF A COUNTY OR PERSONAL VEHICLE ON OFFICIAL BUSINESS MUST POSSESS AND MAINTAIN COUNTY OR PERSONAL VEHICLE OPERATORS LICENSE. GILA COUNTY DOES NOT DISCRIMINATE ON THE BASIS OF RACE, COLOR, NATIONAL ORIGIN, SEX, RELIGION, AGE OR DISABILITY, AND FAMILIAL STATUS IN EMPLOYMENT OR THE PROVISIONS OF SERVICE. AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY/AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EMPLOYER. Closing Date/Time: HIRING ROSTER
Gila County, AZ Arizona, United States
Oct 18, 2019
Full Time
GILA COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE JOB ANNOUNCEMENT 1400 E. ASH STREET, GLOBE, AZ 85501 PURPOSE OF THE JOB The purpose of this position is to provide care, custody, and control of inmates, ensuring the safety and security of inmates, other officers, the facility, and the public. This position monitors inmates' behavior and the facility to ensure safety, taking steps to avoid violence and violation of rules. The role provides for inmates' physical care, supplying food and materials as well as transport to health appointments. Other duties involve processing bookings, releases, reclassifications and maintaining detainees' property and paperwork; and ensuring detention facilities are kept sanitary and in good working order. SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES This position does not supervise other employees. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES TIME SPENT • Observes inmates for rule violations and behavioral changes; maintains appropriate use-of-force continuum as needed for self-defense or defense of another. 25% • Schedules, supervises, and controls inmate activities and maintains discipline; diffuses potentially violent situations; may physically restrain uncooperative or disruptive inmates and take steps to avert fights, assaults, riots, and escapes; and physically escorts inmates outside facility. 25% • Supervises safety and security of staff, inmates, visitors, and detention facilities; promotes acceptable attitudes and monitors behavior of inmates. 20% • Performs constant inspections of all detention facility areas; assures all areas of facility are safe, secure, sanitary, and free of contraband. 10% • Provides care for inmates; dispenses and oversees meals; administers medications and oversees inmate hygiene and showers; schedules medical, counseling, personal, and other appointments; schedules transportation for appointments and visits outside of facility; and transports, documents, and arranges transport for inmates and ensures inmates attend all Court appearances. 5% • Conducts booking of inmates, completing required forms; searches, examines, and tests inmates according to policies; collects and inventories inmate property; and maintains inmate property, financial, and corrections records. 5% • Processes authorized release of detainees; returns all property to inmates upon their release and notifies victims; verifies documentation for completeness and accuracy before releasing inmates; and files and distributes records to appropriate divisions within county. 5% • Updates and maintains a variety of files, records, event logs, charts, and other documents; maintains appropriate records and prepares reports, as required. 5% • Performs other duties as assigned. BUDGET RESPONSIBILITIES This position has no responsibility over any types of budget. PROJECT RESPONSIBILITIES This position does not have PROJECT RESPONSIBILITIES. ORAL COMMUNICATION DUTIES This position trains colleagues, explains County procedures, responds to public inquiries and negotiates and persuades. DEPARTMENT: SHERIFF'S OFFICE POSITION: DETENTION OFFICER LOCATION: GLOBE/PAYSON JOB CODE: OPEN CLOSING: HIRING ROSTER ANNUAL SALARY: $34,227-$47,062 DOE WRITTEN COMMUNICATION DUTIES This position creates or edits documents, reports and emails. INTERACTIONS WITH THE GENERAL PUBLIC Interacts regularly with internal coworkers and other departmental personnel over the telephone, by email, and/or in person. Incidental contact with the public may occur as part of the work location. INTERACTIONS SPECIFICALLY WITH CUSTOMERS Consistently (More than 40% but less than 55% in a year) MINIMUM EDUCATION REQUIRED High School Diploma or GED. MINIMUM YEARS OF DIRECTLY RELATED EXPERIENCE REQUIRED Six (6) months previous experience required, one (1) or two (2) years directly related experience preferred. PROFESSIONAL CREDENTIALS REQUIRED Within one year of hire, must complete the detention officer basic course presented by the Arizona Detention Academy. Must pass semi-annual firearms course with assigned duty firearms, must maintain certification in CPR and other duty specific equipment and weapons. KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED First Aid, CPR, or Lifeguard Procedures, Training, Public Safety & Security, Transportation, Law Enforcement, Emergency Management Procedures. English language and composition, federal, state, local laws, regulations, statutes, law enforcement, or lifeguard procedures and defensive tactics. SKILLS REQUIRED Skills in effective negotiation, persuasion; analyzing complex detention issues, and developing solutions; interpreting laws and regulations; effectively dealing with situations requiring diplomacy, understanding, fairness, firmness and sound judgment; writing and completing accurate reports and observations; interacting with people of different social, economic, and ethnic backgrounds. ABILITIES REQUIRED The ability to communicate verbally and in writing; ability to make independent judgment and initiative to carry out the workload; ability to multi-task, maintain mental response and quickness, and maintain calm demeanor in stressful situations. Ability to assign, supervise and evaluate the work of others; communicate with inmates, mediate difficult situations, and use effective custody and control procedures; escort prisoners to and from outside jail facilities, to and from court and other appointments; operate a personal computer and specialized software applications; care, maintain and safely operate a variety of weapons, impact weapons, handcuffs and waist chains, special locks and keys, and chemical agents; remain alert at all times and react quickly and calmly in emergency situations. PHYSICAL DEMANDS • Constantly stands to perform public safety duties, attend to watchmen duties, to attend to customers. • Constantly sits to complete report and to operate computers. • Constantly lifts under 10 lbs., Regularly lifts up to 25 lbs., Rarely lifts over 75 lbs. • Constantly requires dexterity for peacekeeping tools, for keyboard operation. • Constantly walks to and from worksites, bends to reach and grab; occasionally kneels or twists. WORK ENVIRONMENT Work is performed in a jail environment and correctional facilities; work involves intense concentration on activities going on around one's location on a constant basis throughout the entire work shift. Work occasionally involves personal danger, and potential exposure to hazardous, uncontrollable and life threatening situations; requires physical ability to subdue hostile individuals; and must be able to work in uniform during weekdays, weekends, and holidays on any assigned shift. SAFETY RISK EXPOSURE Incumbents in this position are generally exposed to occasional telephone verbal abuse by customers or citizens. Incumbents may become exposed to physical danger, mechanical hazards, chemical hazards, electrical hazards, blood-borne pathogen, communicable diseases, fire hazards, extreme temperature, wetness and humidity. PROTECTIVE GEAR & SAFETY MANUALS Incumbents in this position are required to constantly follow written safety procedures and manuals relevant to the division or department. May be required to constantly use safety equipment, and compliance devices. CONSEQUENCES OF ERROR Potential errors can legal ramifications, loss of funding, loss of organization's credibility. SECURITY REQUIREMENTS Incumbents in this position are required to be U.S. citizens with zero felony convictions. Incumbents are required to have an unrestricted Arizona driver's license upon appointment. All incumbents in this position are subject to complete a background check as well as medical, polygraph, psychological, written and oral examinations prior to being appointed. PHYSICAL FITNESS REQUIREMENTS Incumbents are required to maintain a level of physical fitness to meet Department standards. SPECIFIC EMPLOYMENT CONDITIONS Incumbents in this position must have an unrestricted Arizona driver's license upon appointment and must be a US citizen. Prior to employment, incumbents must successfully complete a background check as well as medical, polygraph, psychological, written and oral examinations prior to being appointed. Must pass certification requirements for Detention Officers, such as basic course presented by the Arizona Detention Academy; may be required to obtain additional specific skills training and technical certifications. NOTICE: APPLICANTS MAY BE REQUIRED TO FURNISH, AT THEIR OWN EXPENSE, DOCUMENTARY PROOF OF EDUCATIONS, CERTIFICATION, REGISTRATION, LICENSE OR ANY OTHER PROOF OF COMPETENCY AS REQUIRED IN THE OFFICIAL CLASSIFICATION DESCRIPTION OR ANNOUNCEMENT AND MAY BE REQUIRED TO UNDERGO PHYSICAL, PSYCHOLOGICAL AND/OR BACKGROUND INVESTIGATIONS AS A CONTINUING CONDITION OF EMPLOYMENT. FURTHER, APPLICANTS FOR POSITIONS REQUIRING OPERATION OF A COUNTY OR PERSONAL VEHICLE ON OFFICIAL BUSINESS MUST POSSESS AND MAINTAIN COUNTY OR PERSONAL VEHICLE OPERATORS LICENSE. GILA COUNTY DOES NOT DISCRIMINATE ON THE BASIS OF RACE, COLOR, NATIONAL ORIGIN, SEX, RELIGION, AGE OR DISABILITY, AND FAMILIAL STATUS IN EMPLOYMENT OR THE PROVISIONS OF SERVICE. AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY/AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EMPLOYER. Closing Date/Time:
Gila County, AZ Arizona, United States
Aug 19, 2019
Full Time
GILA COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE JOB ANNOUNCEMENT 1400 E. ASH STREET, GLOBE, AZ 85501 PURPOSE OF THE JOB The purpose of this position is to ensure the safety of Gila County citizens by enforcement of state and local laws and ordinances in an impartial and professional manner. This position enforces state and local laws and ordinances via responding to calls for service, investigations, and patrol. SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES This position does not supervise other employees. Regularly assigns work to other employees. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES TIME SPENT • Patrols assigned areas, looking for illegal, hazardous and suspicious activities and persons; provides back-up assistance, scene security and protection for regional emergency services personnel. • Responds to emergency and non-emergency calls for service; investigates criminal and civil complaints and incidents; interrogates and communicates with victims, witnesses and suspects in cases; secures and documents crime scene and property; identifies and collects evidence. • Performs search and surveillance duties as required; performs follow-up investigations as assigned. 20% • Enforces local, State and Federal laws, and enforces compliance with local regulations and ordinances, according to policies, procedures and regulations. 10% • Arrests law violators; locates, pursues and arrests criminal suspects; transports and processes prisoners; testifies in court; serves arrest, search and civil warrants and other court documents. 10% • Conducts traffic stops and investigates traffic accidents and criminal violations; assists motorists, victims and witnesses, and investigates incidents as required. 10% • Represents the Sheriff's Office at court hearings; prepares reports and materials requested and subpoenaed by the courts; and testifies in court cases. 10% • Assists and interacts with other Sheriff's personnel, County departments, outside organizations and businesses, and Federal, State and local law enforcement organizations in order to accomplish tasks. 10% • Presents education and information through community and school awareness projects; counsels residents on law enforcement regulations, activities, programs and referral resources. 10% • May perform special assignment in areas of expertise, including school resource program, lake patrol, K-9, civil process, or special skills training; may be assigned to special enforcement, intervention and investigative teams, or to specific enforcement region. 10% • Updates and maintains a variety of files, records, event logs, charts and other documents; maintains appropriate records and prepares reports as required and maintains patrol vehicles and equipment in clean and effective operating order. 10% • Performs other duties as assigned. BUDGET RESPONSIBILITIES This position has no responsibility over any types of budget. PROJECT RESPONSIBILITIES Provides project research on community services projects. ORAL COMMUNICATION DUTIES Responds to public inquiries, explains County procedures, negotiates or persuades. DEPARTMENT: SHERIFF'S OFFICE POSITION: DEPUTY SHERIFF LOCATION: GLOBE/PAYSON JOB CODE: OPEN MUST BE AZPOST CERTIFIED ANNUAL SALARY: $47,896-64,659 DOE WRITTEN COMMUNICATION DUTIES This position creates or edits emails and reports. INTERACTIONS WITH THE GENERAL PUBLIC Interacts extensively with employees, customers, the general public, vendors, regulatory bodies, and other groups and/or individuals and Institutions over the telephone, by email, and/or in person. INTERACTIONS SPECIFICALLY WITH CUSTOMERS Always (More than 85% in a year) MINIMUM EDUCATION REQUIRED High School Diploma or GED MINIMUM YEARS OF DIRECTLY RELATED EXPERIENCE REQUIRED Two (2) year's experience or equivalent combination of education, training and experience. PROFESSIONAL CREDENTIALS REQUIRED AZ Police Officer's Standards and Training Certification, AZ State Police Officer's Certification. Must pass semi-annual firearms course with assigned duty firearms, must maintain certification in CPR and other duty specific equipment and weapons. KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED Knowledge and familiarity with Sheriff's Office policies and procedures; current law enforcement techniques and procedures, including case laws governing arrest, probable cause, and search and seizure; criminal and traffic codes; County, State and Federal laws, regulations and ordinances; rules of evidence; criminal justice and court systems, procedures and protocols in the State of Arizona; investigative and interrogative procedures, and protocols for observation and memorization of critical details; use-of-force rules; hazardous chemicals and materials, first aid and CPR; special regional law enforcement zones; geography, roads, and landmarks of Gila County. SKILLS REQUIRED Active Listening, analytical thinking, critical thinking, creative writing, communicating diplomatically, negotiating, and problem solving. Additionally, skills in interpreting laws and regulations, making decisions, maintaining composure, and working effectively under stressful conditions and emergency situations; interacting with people of different social, economic, and ethnic backgrounds; communicating with violators, recognizing suspicious behavior patterns, mediating difficult situations, and using effective arrest & control techniques; operating motor vehicles and special equipment during emergency, high risk situations; preparing clear, comprehensive, and accurate reports; effectively communicating in written and verbal forms. ABILITIES REQUIRED Fully and quickly comprehend spoken words, read and write minimum high school level, solve problems sensibly and swiftly, memorize and recall, multi-task. Ability to safely operate and maintain a variety of firearms, impact weapons, and chemical agents; collect data, analyze information, and make logical conclusions based on facts; secure crime scenes, and recognize evidence and causes of crime, death and accidents; operate a personal computer and specialized software applications. PHYSICAL DEMANDS • Occasionally required to physically restrain persons • Occasionally stands to present, rarely stands to attend to watchmen duties, occasionally stands to perform public safety duties, occasionally stands to attend to customers, to perform custodian work, to direct traffic and to attend to reported incidents • Routinely sits to complete report, routinely sits to operate computers, occasionally sits to operate special equipment, routinely sits to complete a program, occasionally sits to attend to reception areas, occasionally sits to perform watchmen duties, and routinely sits to attend to other duties • Regularly lifts work related materials that are under 25 lbs., and up to 75 lbs. Rarely lifts more than 75 lbs. • Constantly requires dexterity for peacekeeping tools, routinely requires dexterity for keyboard operation, rarely requires dexterity for special gadgets, rarely requires dexterity for special machines • Occasionally walks to and from work sites, regularly bends to examine evidence, rarely stoops, rarely crawls to reach and grab, occasionally kneels and twists to examine evidence WORK ENVIRONMENT Work is performed in internal and external environments with exposure to inclement weather, and varying temperatures. SAFETY RISK EXPOSURE Incumbents in this position are subject to physical danger such as dangerous vehicles, gun shots, and physical attacks; may be exposed to hazardous chemicals, drugs, infectious and communicable diseases; mechanical hazards, chemical hazards, electrical hazards, bloodborne pathogens, communicable diseases, fire hazards, explosives, respiratory hazards, extreme temperature, noise and vibration, wetness and humidity; subject to extended periods of intense concentration in review of crime scenes, investigations and preparing law enforcement reports. Occasionally, incumbents in this position may become exposed to verbal abuse by customers, patients, or citizens either in-person or through telephone. May be required to work during weekdays, weekends, holidays and on any assigned shift. PROTECTIVE GEAR & SAFETY MANUALS Incumbents in this position are required to constantly follow written safety procedures and manuals relevant to the division or department. May be required to wear or use safety equipment or tools at all times while on duty and required to utilize compliance devices. Occasionally incumbents in this position are required to wear hearing protection, eye protection devices, and hard hats. CONSEQUENCES OF ERROR Potential errors can result in property damage, individual injury or loss of life. SPECIFIC EMPLOYMENT CONDITIONS Incumbents in this position must have an unrestricted Arizona driver's license upon appointment, must be a US citizen and must be at least 21 years of age. Prior to employment, incumbents must successfully complete a background check as well as medical, polygraph, psychological, written and oral examinations prior to being appointed. Must pass Certification requirements by the Arizona Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST) Commission; may be required to obtain additional specific skills training and technical certifications. NOTE: If applicant fails polygraph or psychological test, they are not eligible to re-test. NOTICE: APPLICANTS MAY BE REQUIRED TO FURNISH, AT THEIR OWN EXPENSE, DOCUMENTARY PROOF OF EDUCATIONS, CERTIFICATION, REGISTRATION, LICENSE OR ANY OTHER PROOF OF COMPETENCY AS REQUIRED IN THE OFFICIAL CLASSIFICATION DESCRIPTION OR ANNOUNCEMENT AND MAY BE REQUIRED TO UNDERGO PHYSICAL, PSYCHOLOGICAL AND/OR BACKGROUND INVESTIGATIONS AS A CONTINUING CONDITION OF EMPLOYMENT. FURTHER, APPLICANTS FOR POSITIONS REQUIRING OPERATION OF A COUNTY OR PERSONAL VEHICLE ON OFFICIAL BUSINESS MUST POSSESS AND MAINTAIN COUNTY OR PERSONAL VEHICLE OPERATORS LICENSE. GILA COUNTY DOES NOT DISCRIMINATE ON THE BASIS OF RACE, COLOR, NATIONAL ORIGIN, SEX, RELIGION, AGE OR DISABILITY, AND FAMILIAL STATUS IN EMPLOYMENT OR THE PROVISIONS OF SERVICE. AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY/AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EMPLOYER. Closing Date/Time:
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