City of Seattle

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71 job(s) at City of Seattle

City of Seattle, WA Seattle, Washington, United States
Dec 18, 2018
Full Time
Position Description Please note: Position is open until filled The City of Seattle Department of Finance and Administrative Services (FAS), an internal services department that utilizes fund accounting, has an exciting opportunity for an accomplished finance management professional who is an exceptional communicator, leader, and has an aptitude for continuous improvement.The position performs a vast variety of key professional budget and rates functions and tasks. The FAS Budget Unit is a great business unit for a professional to fully understand the functions and operations of finance within the City of Seattle. Being in this position you will have an exceptional vantage point of this complex organization and can serve a pivotal finance function in supporting the continued success and improving business operations of the City and the great communities and public it serves. The City of Seattle FAS is represented by an outstanding finance and budget team that values teamwork and a commitment to excellence and supports the success of one the greatest cities in the United States. FAS focuses on Excellent Customer Service, A Respectful and Equitable Workplace, Continuous Improvement and Financial Accountability, Economic Opportunity for All Our Communities, and Dedicated Stewardship of City Assets. Job Responsibilities Serve as resident budget and finance expert and lead for budget development and FAS' revenue and rates process. Design, develop, evaluate, and document budget and rate policies and procedures, and identify and recommend process improvements. Assist management in developing work plans and goals to ensure departmental and division objectives and priorities are met. Work collaboratively with staff in FAS' Accounting and Budget Services Division, other FAS staff, and other City staff (including the City Budget Office (CBO), FAS' customer departments, and Council staff) to develop budget and rate proposals that equitably fund FAS services; facilitate information sharing meetings and problem-solving meetings. Develop and prepare financial and budget management reports, revenue tables, and financial plans. Develop related long-term strategic financial policies and make recommendations to FAS management, CBO, the Mayor and the City Council. Perform financial research and analysis including variance analysis. Develop system queries for standard and ad hoc reports to improve finance operation efficiencies. Lead budget system updates and/or implementation efforts. Lead budget review and monitoring. Provide oversight to cost allocations and preparation for the cost manuals. Assist FAS management in defending FAS budget requests, proposals and legislation to CBO, the Mayor and the City Council. Other duties as assigned Qualifications Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in accounting, business or public administration, finance, computer science or a related field (or a combination of education, training or experience that provides an equivalent background required to perform the work of the class). Four years of experience developing managing large and complex budgets and/or rates including capital programs and performing complex and high level fiscal and policy analysis. Desired qualifications: A proactive mindset with strong analytical and problem-solving skills Extensive knowledge of and experience with developing and managing budgets and rates in local or state government. Excellent oral and written communications skills, including experience preparing and presenting complex material to varied audiences. Developing and defending budget and financial proposals Exceptional ability to build and maintain amiable business partnerships with a broad-base of stakeholders including financial professionals, management, and other City staff. Ability to work under pressure on multiple, complex projects simultaneously. Ability to shift work priorities quickly and work independently Additional Information Please be sure to attach a resume and cover letter in the Attachments section of your application clearly describing how you meet the qualifications of this position . If you have questions, please contact Peter Asai at peter.asai@seattle.gov Closing Date/Time: Continuous
City of Seattle, WA Seattle, Washington, United States
Dec 14, 2018
Temporary
Position Description Human Services, a department of the City of Seattle, funds and operates programs and services that meet the basic needs of the most vulnerable people our community - families and individuals with low incomes, children, domestic violence and sexual assault victims, homeless people, seniors, and persons with disabilities. We invest in programs that help people gain independence and success. The OOC Operations Advisor, (Strategic Advisory 3, Human Services) will temporarily increase leadership capacity on the Youth and Family Empowerment division's management team and will focus on strengthening operations within the Community Services Unit (CSU). CSU includes four direct service programs: Seattle Youth Employment Program (SYEP), Upward Bound, Utility Discount Program, and Vehicle Licensing Fee Rebate. The prioirty work is to oversee the development and implementation of the redesigned SYEP program in partnership with YFE leadership and the Mayor's office, and ensuring the unit has and adheres to strong operational policy and procedures. This position will report to the Youth & Family Empowerment (YFE) Division Director . Job Responsibilities Serve as a key advisor to the Division Director regarding YFE operations, with focus on CSU's direct services Serve as a liaison between the Division Director and the CSU Manager II and CSU staff; provides leadership, coaching, focus and direction on and monitors assignments given to CSU Work closely with key stakeholders to develop policies, priorities, goals, procedures and operational standards for CSU with emphasis on the redesigned SYEP Assist the Division Director in managing the workflow and performance management of the Unit Develop and implement a strategy to improve the Unit's operations, quality of work, and staff morale Assist in handling grievances and other confidential personnel problems and issues; monitors and/or participates in the development and coordination of training opportunities Make recommendations on administrative or operational policies, procedures and systems; and prepares or oversees the development of operating instructions, research reports, policy and procedures statements and other written materials Oversee the development and implementation of continuous improvements and innovations in the design and delivery of services to meet the changing needs of the target population Supervision & Management : Provide day-to-day guidance and supervision of CSU Manager II Provide change management and operations leadership to CSU, with focus on SYEP, within budget constraints and program requirements Identify resources or strategies required to operate CSU at optimal performance Provide recommendations to ensure timely, accurate, and responsive customer service delivery Oversee successful staff development and performance, staffing levels and scheduling, program compliance, and overall products Oversee efforts to strengthen regular staff meetings and trainings Responsibility for making data driven decisions and presentations Compliance : Oversee analysis, interpretation and implementation of program regulations and guidelines Oversee the establishment of program policy, quality controls, goals, objectives and priorities to ensure compliance and successful program delivery Respond to requests for program information from the Mayor and City Council; oversee and/or prepare reports, briefing papers, and other documents as requested Partnerships: Coordinate with other city departments, community groups, human services providers, and other governmental agencies on programs, policy, and consumer education affecting CSU services Mediate difficult program situations between individuals and groups as needed Qualifications Minimum Qualifications Education: Bachelor's Degree in a Social Science, Human Services, Business or Public Administration (or a combination of education, training and experience which provides an equivalent background to perform the work of the class). Experience: Five (5) years of experience working with a service-oriented organization and local government Three (3) years of experience in human services or contract administration, including three (3)years of supervisory or lead experience. Strong communication skills, including the ability to express ideas clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing. Proven ability and skills to work effectively with people from culturally diverse backgrounds. Demonstrated value for racial equity, social justice and cultural resilience, and the ability to translate this value in decision making; this should include experience working with and on behalf of marginalized populations and addressing disparities. Excellent professional judgment to resolve difficult personnel and management problems, resolve contract disputes, and ensure adherence to funding source requirements. Ability to assess program needs and plan accordingly. Demonstrated experience maintaining effective working relationships with other professional organizations, service agencies and culturally diverse staff and customer/clients. Experience in direct service operations and process improvement. Certification/License: None Additional Information Desired Qualifications Master's Degree in Social Science, Human Services or Public Administration or a related field. Experience in human services/education program administration of programs with 10 or more professional staff. Background in leadership development and coaching. Closing Date/Time: 12/26/2018 4:00 PM Pacific
City of Seattle, WA Seattle, Washington, United States
Dec 13, 2018
Part Time
Position Description The Seattle City Attorney's Office is seeking a part-time paralegal to provide litigation support for the Regulatory Enforcement and Economic Justice (REEJ) attorneys handling civil asset forfeiture proceedings before the Hearing Examiner, King County District Court, King County Superior Court and appellate courts. This position is funded for 20 hours per week for one year and will be considered for renewal on an annual basis during the annual budget process. Job Responsibilities Perform factual research, including document review and records research; Manage pre-trial discovery, including preparation of discovery requests and responses, document review, organization and indexing, and preparation of document and deposition summaries; Assist attorneys to prepare for hearings and trials, including proofreading and cite-checking of briefs, preparation of trial notebooks and judges' copies; Assist in preparation of witness testimony, oral and written; Prepare and complete court filings and service of documents; File and update case files and Law Department databases and systems used to track case deadlines; Manage court deadlines; Provide other assistance to the REEJ section and office as required. Qualifications Bachelor's Degree and two years' experience performing paralegal duties; or a paralegal certificate from an American Bar Association (ABA) approved paralegal training institution, and three years related experience; or a combination of education and/or training and/or experience which provides an equivalent background to perform the work of the class. Qualified candidates will have the additional knowledge, skills and abilities: Legal - Working knowledge of court rules, including King County Superior Court Local Civil Rules and Washington State Superior Court Civil Rules. Experience in managing court deadlines, discovery, and witness preparation. Extensive experience in preparation of legal documents, including motions, briefs, witness declarations and exhibits, and trial notebooks. Experience in cite-checking, proofreading, form and page requirements, electronic and personal filing and service of court documents. Technical - Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite (with an emphasis on Outlook, Word and Excel) and Adobe Acrobat. Ideal candidate will also have experience with legal case management software such as Concordance, Relativity, Summation or Ringtail. Organizational - Excellent time management and organizational skills. Must be able to track multiple complex projects simultaneously, track time and communicate progress. Excellent proofreading skills and attention to detail. Personal and Team Working Relationships - Ability to collaborate with individuals at all levels. Ability to deal with complex problems, work independently and follow through on assignments. Commitment to team success. Must be enthusiastic, persistent, flexible, diplomatic and both assertive and personable. Additional Information Please attach a resumé and cover letter describing the reasons for your interest in the position and outlining your relevant experience. These are both required for applications to be considered. "See Resume" is not sufficient in the application, and a separate resume must be attached in addition to the application. Applicant must provide written proof of the above or consent to allow access to educational and employment records. This description was prepared to indicate the kinds of activities and levels of work difficulty required of positions in this class. It is not intended as a complete list of specific duties and responsibilities. Closing Date/Time: 12/26/2018 4:00 PM Pacific
City of Seattle, WA Seattle, Washington, United States
Dec 13, 2018
Full Time
Position Description Human Services, a department of the City of Seattle, funds and operates programs and services that meet the basic needs of the most vulnerable people our community - families and individuals with low incomes, children, domestic violence and sexual assault victims, homeless people, seniors, and persons with disabilities. We invest in programs that help people gain independence and success. The Homeless Services Division of The Human Services Department is seeking qualified candidates for Field Coordinator positions. This position will direct the activities of contract workers performing general labor functions at designated homeless encampment cleanup sites. The Field Supervisor will monitor and evaluate the work in progress and upon completion to ensure compliance with quality, quantity and environmental standards and regulations. This position requires exercise of independent judgment, discretion and initiative. The Field Supervisor is expected to make decisions in the selection of appropriate materials and methods of work and to prioritize and coordinate the work of crews. This position will report to the Operations Manager of the Navigation Team. Job Responsibilities Coordinate the activities of contract employees in the field by planning, training, assisting, monitoring and evaluating work at homeless encampment cleanup sites. Provide public notification of cleanup sites as required by statute and coordinate site work with staff from Seattle Police Department, Department of Transportation, contractors, and other city, county and state departments as needed. Conduct periodic site rechecks to ensure sites remain vacant and safe. Properly identify, document, transport and maintain inventory of valuables found on work sites. Order, distribute and maintain inventory of supplies, equipment and materials related to services. Provide education and direction to contract staff in work site equipment and safety procedures. Respond immediately to resolve problems and emergencies as situations occur on the job site, including equipment breakdown, injuries to personnel and discovery of hazardous materials. Develop and implement operating policies and procedures consistent with established parameters and guidelines. Maintain routine records and reports. Understand, interpret and apply City, county, state and federal regulations as related to assignment. Performs other related duties of a comparable level/type as assigned. Qualifications At least 5 years of experience performing semi-skilled general labor work and the ability to lead the work of others. (A combination of education and/or training and/or experience that provides an equivalent background required to perform the work may be considered.) Valid WA State Driver's license. Successfully pass a criminal background check. Successfully complete first aid training and CPR training. Additional Information Strong candidates will have at least two years of experience in managing a work crew in the field. The ability to perform Assertive Outreach Demonstrated experience in areas of project management and scheduling. Proficiency in Microsoft Office applications including Word, Outlook and Excel. Ability to work independently under timelines and changing priorities and work assignments. Excellent oral, written and interpersonal communication skills. Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to work effectively with employees from other departments and agencies at all levels, as well as with contractors, regulatory agencies and the public. Ability to recognize and assess situations, exercise judgment and discretion, and to take appropriate action in handling public safety situations. Experience working with hazardous waste collection and disposal. Closing Date/Time: 12/18/2018 4:00 PM Pacific
City of Seattle, WA Seattle, Washington, United States
Dec 12, 2018
Full Time
Position Description The Seattle Police Department (SPD) is seeking a dynamic Executive Assistant to join the Criminal Investigations Bureau. This is a position with an exciting opportunity for an experienced Executive Assistant that has a can-do attitude and the skill-set to provide high-level executive support in a highly confidential, complex, innovative, and analytical capacity. Job Responsibilities Serve as the confidential Assistant to the Assistant Chief of the Criminal Investigations Bureau. Manage the Assistant Chief's calendar and ensuring they are fully informed and prepared for meetings and deadlines. Manage all travel arrangements for the Assistant Chief while maintaining attention to detail. Ability to multi-task and be flexible in a dynamic environment of shifting priorities and constant change in a collaborative team environment. Independently manage research, compile and prepare weekly reports that includes all the specialty units under the command of the Assistant Chief. Track overtime usage and travel training funds. Manage and report on the Criminal Investigation Bureau's Budget. Write and review correspondences for the Assistant Chief's signature. Attend meetings as requested to take minutes and ensure that discussion items are coordinated and has follow-up action. Independently research, analyze, report and draft responses for the Assistant Chief. Provide high-level and confidential tracking of criminal investigations from the Bureau to the Office of Professional Accountability. Work with the State of Washington and the Social Security Administration to issue undercover officers identification cards. Secure and log information on confidential informants that work with units within the Criminal Investigations Bureau. Manage personnel movement within the Bureau using the Employee Management Tracking System (EMT) and the Police Employees Management System (PEDS). Qualifications Three years of experience as an administrative staff assistant, administrative staff analyst, budget analyst or a related field and a Bachelor's Degree in business or public administration or a related field (or a combination of education and/or training and/or experience that provides an equivalent background required to perform the work of the class). DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS : Experience providing direct, independent, and high-level support to one or more executives. Master at independently solving problems. Strategic thinker that takes initiative. Ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment, with constant changing priorities. Excellent organizational management, attention to detail, and ability to meet deadlines. Ability to multi-task and prioritize assignments independently. Effective oral and written communication. Strong work ethic. Experience working with highly confidential information. Excellent computer skills, specifically with the Microsoft Office suite (Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint). Additional Information The Seattle Police Department is comprised of approximately 2,000 dedicated law enforcement professionalsall committed to creating and fostering a work environment that is collaborative, innovative and leading the way in law enforcement principles and practices. Ours is a culture that encourages top performers to adhere to a standard of excellence in the identification of and resolution to complex challenges. At SPD we acknowledge and honor the fundamental value and dignity of all individuals and pledge ourselves to creating and maintaining an environment that respects diverse traditions, heritages, and experiences. HOW TO APPLY : If you are encouraged by and meet the qualifications you just read, we invite you to applying online at http:// www.seattle.gov/jobs or complete an application, cover letter, resume and drop it off at the Human Resources Department, Seattle Municipal Tower, 700 - 5th Avenue, Suite 5400, Seattle, WA 98124-4028. Job Number 2018-01718. Closing Date/Time: 12/18/2018 4:00 PM Pacific
City of Seattle, WA Seattle, Washington, United States
Dec 11, 2018
Full Time
Position Description Department Overview The City of Seattle is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Senior Producer at the Seattle Channel, a component of the Seattle Information Technology's (Seattle IT) Digital Engagement Office. Seattle IT provides technology leadership for the City enterprise, developing common standards, architectures, and business solutions; focused on developing scalable, sustainable solutions that enable departments to deliver City services more efficiently and effectively to constituents. Seattle IT harnesses the power of technology and telecommunications to facilitate City government serving Seattle's residents and businesses. Seattle IT is responsible for citywide technology governance, strategic planning and policy development, and programs that promote technology literacy and public access to government information. The City's consolidated IT operations is 700 strong providing professional technology services across City government and beyond. We are looking for a talented professional who has a passion for service, community, and technology to join our exciting team! Job Responsibilities The Seattle Channel is a public service of the City of Seattle created to inform residents about their government and to offer a timely opportunity to be involved in government decisions. The Seattle Channel is also a celebrated source of locally produced arts, culture and community-oriented television coverage. This position's primary responsibilities focus on content development and project management. Reporting to the Seattle Channel's General Manager, this position functions in a leadership position for the station's content and production teams and programming. Areas of focus include, but are not limited to: Developing and producing local public and community affairs content for online distribution and television broadcasts; Developing and producing interdepartmental broadcast and digital content for the City of Seattle; Writing, producing, photographing and editing for a multi-media/multi-platform environment; Collaborating on development and execution of multi-media events/broadcast programs; Functioning as event/broadcast/program producer; Creating content and updates to the Channel's web and communications plan; Coaching, directing and collaborating with freelance producers, photographers, editors and Seattle Channel staff in development and delivery of content. Qualifications NOTE: Equivalent combinations of education and experience will be considered for the required qualifications. Extensive professional experience in communications, journalism, project management and multimedia or broadcast production, including experience with technical decision-making and advising management on program direction and allocation of resources. Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written, with ability to write and produce effectively under deadline. Demonstrated commitment to excellent customer service. Ability to establish and maintain timelines. Ability to exercise good judgment in balancing the needs of elected officials with other requests for services; and to make quick decisions to resolve issues as they arise. Working knowledge of industry standard software and equipment. Demonstrated high quality productivity and knowledge of professional broadcast and journalistic standards and practices. Ability to supervise and manage production teams, on-air talent and content producers in a variety of broadcast program formats and scenarios. NOTE: Submit cover letter & resume along with NeoGov application. NOTE: Employment contingent upon successful completion of comprehensive background investigation in compliance with Seattle's Fair Change Employment Ordinance SMC 14.17. Additional Information Desired Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in English, Journalism, Communications, Public Relations or a related field. Experience in government or politically charged environment. Knowledge of local public affairs and current events. Knowledge of social media, program publicity trends and distribution. Familiarity with and appreciation of municipal government broadcast programming. Ability to work on multiple projects simultaneously. Organized, creative, efficient, and flexible on a team and as an individual. Experience in managing change as broadcast industry standards and resources evolve. Closing Date/Time: 12/26/2018 4:00 PM Pacific
City of Seattle, WA Seattle, Washington, United States
Dec 11, 2018
Full Time
Position Description Mission: To deliver a high-quality transportation system for Seattle. Vision: A vibrant Seattle with connected people, places, and products. Seattle Department of Transportation's (SDOT) portfolio of work is vast. From filling potholes to paving streets, tweaking traffic signals and helping buses and freight deliveries run on time, creating enjoyable public spaces and building out a network of bike lanes and sidewalks to serve all ages and abilities. And that's just a snapshot. In our quickly growing city, how we get around - how safe it is, how much it costs, how much time it takes, and how reliable it is - is top of mind for most of us just about every day. Our core values drive our work toward creating a safe, connected, vibrant, affordable, and innovative city for all. Under the direction of the Accounts Payable/Payroll Manager, this position assists in managing SDOT's Accounts Payables unit. This position is responsible for preparing general ledger account reconciliations, statements, and schedules to ensure transactions are properly recorded in accordance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP), Governmental Accounting Standards Board (GASB) statements, City policies, and ordinances; and to ensure financial statements are fairly presented.This position will work with various city departments (Department of Finance and Administrative Services, Seattle Public Utilities, Seattle City Light, Law, etc.), SDOT division Directors, Managers, and supervisors and other Finance and Administration Division staff to research and resolve accounting and reporting issues. This position assists with various external and internal audits and reviews andassist with various process improvements plans and system enhancements. Job Responsibilities Support department goals in promoting diversity and social justice. Assist in overseeing the accounts payable operations, including acting as the lead as needed. Ensure accounts payable transactions are processed in compliance with City purchasing rules, policies and procedures, applicable accounting standards, federal, state and city laws, and applicable grant and contract terms. Provide coordination with SDOT's Procurement team to obtain approved purchase orders and completed receipts. Review consultant contracts for accuracy. Oversee SDOT's commercial credit card program. Coordinate SDOT's vehicle license fee rebate processing. Develop and maintain an in-depth knowledge of SDOT's General Ledger, Accounts Payables, Asset Management, Payroll, and other financial systems and processes. Responsible for performing monthly and fiscal year-end closing processes, including journal entries, cost allocations, inter-governmental transfers, reconciliations, and accruals. Ensures accounting transactions are recorded in accordance with GAAP, GASB, City policies, ordinances, laws, specific purpose fund restrictions, regulations, and grant and contract terms. Develop and prepare ad-hoc and standard complex and detailed financial accounting reports, financial statements and schedules. Maintain technical knowledge/expertise of applicable accounting standards, laws and regulations. Review, develop, modify and maintain internal accounting controls policies, procedures and practices and ensure compliance with internal accounting controls. Assist with process improvement projects. Document accounting policies and procedures, including creation of desk manuals in accordance with best practices. Research and resolve issues with various City departments, SDOT employees and SDOT management. Reconcile departmental financial data and accounting systems to other departmental subsidiary systems and to citywide accounting systems. Assists in coordinating financial audits with independent and internal auditors; prepares supporting work papers and assists auditors; reviews audit reports, summarizes findings and recommendations, discusses findings with management and implements audit recommendations. Assist with special projects, as needed. Provide back-up to other accounting staff, as needed. Other duties as assigned. Qualifications Minimum Qualifications: Education: Bachelor's degree in Accounting orBusiness Administration. Requires satisfactory completion of at least 24 semester hours or 36 quarter credit units in accounting with no substitution allowed .(or a combination of education and/or training and/or experience which provides an equivalent background required to perform the work of the class). Experience: Three years of professional experience in accounting, auditing or financial analysis in a privateor governmental. Desired Qualifications: Professional certification as a CPA•Extensive experience with accounts payable and general accounting operations. Extensive knowledge of accounting and financial reporting systems such as the City's PeopleSoft financial system or other enterprise systems. Extensive knowledge of generally accepted accounting principles and governmental accounting standards. Ability to work at a fast pace while maintaining excellent accuracy and attention to detail. Excellent oral and written communication skills. Customer service focus with internal and external stakeholders. Ability to use sound judgment and take initiative in detecting and anticipating problems and develop solutions. Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to work independently, as well as part of a team. Excellent organization skills, ability to respond to unanticipated requests, prioritize work, work under pressure and meet tight deadlines. Intermediate to advanced proficiency in MS Outlook, Excel, and Word. Additional Information Your application will not be reviewed if these items are missing or incomplete. Hiring Process Applications are reviewed after the posting closes. Qualified candidates must submit the following to be considered. Completed NEOGOV online application. Supplemental questionnaire responses. Cover letter describing how your skills and experience align with the stated job responsibilities and qualifications. Current résumé indicating relevant experience and education. Job offers are contingent on the verification of credentials and other information required by the employment process including the completion of a background check which includes criminal history review. Verification of24 semester hours or 36 quarter credit units in accounting with no substitution allowed required. Learn more about the Seattle Department of Transportation by visiting our webpage . In addition to filling the vacancy advertised, this recruitment may be used to fill additional, short term assignments on a temporary or Out-of-Class basis as needed for up to six months. Closing Date/Time: 12/18/2018 4:00 PM Pacific
City of Seattle, WA Seattle, Washington, United States
Dec 11, 2018
Full Time
Position Description The Seattle Municipal Court (SMC) is one of the highest volume Courts of Limited Jurisdiction in the State of Washington with 12 judicial officers and over 200 employees. The Court adjudicates all misdemeanor and gross misdemeanor crimes, infractions, and civil violations authorized under the Seattle Municipal Code and certain Revised Code of Washington Statutes. SMC provides services to Limited English Proficient (LEP), deaf or hearing impaired individuals in compliance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and RCWs 2.42 and 2.43. In one of the most diverse cities in the nation, SMC Interpreter Services schedules interpreters for over 6000 events a year for court hearings, attorney-client interviews, probation department and electronic home-monitoring appointments, mental health evaluations, etc. Under the direction of the Interpreter Services Strategic Advisor, the Court Interpreter Coordinator is responsible for special projects (mentoring program, video-remote interpreting and additional scheduling tools); for serving as a primary liaison between the court interpreter program and court staff, attorneys, probation officers, and interpreters; for assigning interpreters, and serving as a Spanish interpreter in court and providing written translations as needed. Performs other related duties of comparable level/type as assigned. We are currently accepting applications from qualified candidates who are interested in working as the Court Interpreter Coordinator. The ideal candidate: Is a Spanish interpreter certified by the Administrative Office of the Courts; Understands Federal and State rules, regulations and practices, pertaining to court interpreting. Knows how to establish strong working relationships with other court divisions, attorneys, other justice partners, and the public. Is courteous, tactful, patient and discrete in dealing with a wide variety of individuals. Has excellent oral and written communication skills in English and Spanish. Has highly developed teambuilding and leadership skills . Has teaching experience. Job Responsibilities Lead special projects: Implement the court interpreter mentoring program. Implement video-remote interpreting. Process interpreter requests and assign interpreters (per SMC's policies and procedures). Serve as a liaison between SMC's Court Interpreter Services and contract interpreters, attorneys, court staff, and other Justice partners. Mentor and advise contract interpreters on court policies and procedures. Serve as a Spanish interpreter in court hearings as needed. Translate and edit materials between English and Spanish. Qualifications Certified by the Administrative Office of the Courts as a court interpreter in Spanish. Bachelor's degree (all major areas of study will be considered). 5+ years' experience interpreting in a court setting. Experienced translator and editor. Excellent computer skills, including knowledge of Windows, Word, Excel, Power Point and Interpreter Scheduling software. Additional Information Hiring Process Applications are reviewed after the posting closes. Qualified candidates must submit the following to be considered. Completed NEOGOV online application. Cover letter describing how your skills and experience align with the stated job responsibilities and qualifications. Current resume indicating relevant experience and education. Supplemental questionnaire. Your application will be reviewed if all these items are provided. The Court will review any information provided in your application package. Attaching or pasting a cover letter and resume alone is not a substitute for completing the application itself. Only those applicants selected for an interview will be contacted. A job offer is contingent upon verification of credentials and successfully passing the Court's background check. The background check includes a criminal history background review, fingerprinting and reference checks. For more information on the Seattle Municipal Court, visit www.seattle.gov/courts Closing Date/Time: 12/18/2018 4:00 PM Pacific
City of Seattle, WA Seattle, Washington, United States
Dec 08, 2018
Full Time
Position Description Seattle City Light, a department of the City of Seattle, is one of the nation's largest municipally owned utilities in terms of the number of customers served. Over the years we have worked very hard to keep Seattle's electricity affordable, reliable, and environmentally sound. Today, City Light is a recognized national leader in energy efficiency and environmental stewardship. Customer Energy Solutions (CES), the longest continuously operating municipal energy conservation initiative in the country, is recruiting for a Program Manager (Planning and Development Specialist II) to join our Solutions Design and Management team. This is a relatively new unit within the division and this position will be part of a team of multi-disciplinary energy professionals responsible for cradle-to-grave development and ongoing management of innovative programs and initiatives which meet the progressive needs of our customers and reinforce City Light's role as a pioneering utility. This position will act as a program manager within the residential, renewable, and electric vehicle sectors. Program managers are responsible for achieving a set of business goals through the coordinated management of interdependent projects over a defined schedule. Work activities are both strategic and tactical and require disciplined program management capabilities. Cross-functional leadership, collaboration, and effective communication skills are essential to bridge gaps within the organization, establish productive relationships with internal and external stakeholders, engage in continuous process improvement, and ensure that solutions and product initiatives are consistent and leveraged with other City Light, City and Regional offerings and aligned with energy codes and standards. Work assignments may focus on a single initiative or multiple programs within the Customer Energy Solutions portfolio. This individual will work within a team of eight professionals and will interact and work collaboratively with other teams in the Customer Energy Solutions department and may be tasked with projects that support another senior member of the team. This recruitment is for a regular, full-time and a 10 month Out of Class position. Internal (City of Seattle) and external candidates will be considered for the regular, full-time position. Internal applicants will be considered for the Out of Class position. Additional positions may be filled using this recruitment if vacancies become available. This position reports to an Energy Planning Supervisor. Job Responsibilities Collaborates in the cross-functional design, development and management of energy-efficiency products and services for residential customers, renewable energy and electric vehicles. This includes program mapping, establishing business objectives, identifying workstreams and contributing projects, identifying project managers, and ensuring that the program delivers on business objectives. Works with program teams in the cradle-to-grave product development process to ensure appropriate steps are taken, stakeholders are engaged, and documentation is completed from initial concept and market identification, to pilot development and scale up, to on-going evaluation and maintenance, through to final exit strategy. Prepares and/or contributes to the development of program targets, workplans, milestones, staffing, budgets, materials and other resources necessary for successful deployment. Oversee the implementation of programs, projects and services related to program delivery. Ensures that programs and products align to business strategy and are on track to achieving established goals and objectives. Identifies and manages risk. Monitors work progress relative to schedules, goals, objectives and performance expectations. Oversees the completion of required program documentation. Program Life Cycle artifacts include business case, program plan, implementation plan, change request and exit request and plan. Program Management documentation includes strike zones, stakeholder maps, workstreams, project plans, schedules and ongoing status reports. Responsible for communicating program health and status through a monthly dashboard which includes milestones, key performance indicators, and progress to goal. Collaborates with internal and external stakeholders to ensure that solutions and product initiatives are consistent and leveraged with other City Light, City and Regional offerings, and that they are supportive of customer and trade ally needs. Internal partners include planning, evaluation, emerging technology, support services, Office of Housing and the Office of Sustainability. External stakeholders include groups such as Northwest Energy Efficiency Alliance, Bonneville Power Administration, and Consortium for Energy Efficiency. Participates in solution development including establishing the needs of the end-user and service providers, researching and defining programs and measures, keeping abreast of industry best practices, identifying markets and channels for programmatic focus and promotion, establishing programmatic framework, defining participation processes, and establishing programmatic policies and procedures. Tracks and documents policy and legal interpretations relative to programs, program design, program implementation and maintaining program compliance. Contributes to the design process including defining customer eligibility, baselines, evaluation needs, incentive and rate structures, and delivery mechanisms. Contributes to the development of program tools which may include workbooks, calculators, technical specifications, workflow diagrams, forms and other customer-facing communications. Prepares consultant contracts, coordinates and monitors the work of consultants and may participate in the selection of consultants. Provides technical assistance to other departments relative to portfolio subject areas. Performs other related duties of a comparable level and type as assigned. Qualifications Education: A baccalaureate degree in planning, urban design, environmental studies, public administration or related field. Experience: Two years of experience in planning and research related to land use, urban economics, human services, environmental issues, conservation; or other work directly related to City planning and development activities. Or a combination of education and/or experience and/or training which provides an equivalent background required to perform the work of the class. Desired Qualifications: Demonstrated experience and success with formal program management and life-cycle (stage-gate) management processes. Experience working in cross-functional work teams and programs that involve multiple, internal and external stakeholders. Demonstrated experience in planning and contributing to public engagement processes involving the design, review, implementation and evaluation of energy program programs. Knowledge of energy management related areas including energy-efficiency, conservation, and distributed generation. Knowledge of demand-side management program tactics, design, procedures, guidelines, and rules. Technical knowledge of residential energy-efficiency, renewable energy generation and electric vehicle charging equipment and tactics. Ability to specify energy efficiency measures and to calculate their impacts on energy use. Ability to research, analyze, and synthesize complex information and data, develop and present recommendations, and prepare concise written reports, correspondence and recommendations. Demonstrated ability to meet established business goals and targets and manage risks in line with business strategy. Experience coordinating and/or managing large public professional services contracts, preparing budgets and overseeing delivery of services and invoicing Excellent Interpersonal skills, including the ability to maintain effective working relationships with business contacts, the public, consultants, trade ally community, and employees at all level of the organization. Demonstrated verbal and written communication skills, including the ability to make public presentations. Ability to work collaboratively within the team, within the larger division and with external partners while requiring very limited supervision Strong, independent decision-making skills. Values multicultural and diversity as a workforce and community asset. Additional Information Job offers are contingent on the verification of credentials and other information required by the employment process. Components of the background check may include a review of criminal history, identity verification, driving history, education, employment, professional licenses/certificates, and additional information as deemed necessary. Want to know more about Seattle City Light? Check out our web page: http://www.seattle.gov/light/ . Closing Date/Time: 12/18/2018 4:00 PM Pacific
City of Seattle, WA Seattle, Washington, United States
Dec 07, 2018
Full Time
Position Description The Seattle Police Department ("SPD") is seeking a senior executive leader to serve as the Chief Operating Officer ("COO"). The COO is a civilian position that directly reports to the Chief of Police. The COO is responsible for overseeing Professional Standards, Administrative Services, Budget and Finance, 911 Communication Center, and Information Technology. The COO position will include being directly involved in strategic planning, facility maintenance and operational performance, while serving on the Chief of Police's executive command team. The COO candidate must have a successful track record of working with or for large private/public sector organizations. The candidate will be expected to show their management expertise, project leadership, excellent communication skills and an ability to manage the department's complex budget. Job Responsibilities Assumes management responsibility for the services and activities of the following: Budget and Finance; Technology, Administration-Fiscal; Property and Fleets; Research and Grants; Records and Public Request Sections; Professional Standards Bureau Training; Force Investigation Team; Force Review; Audit, Policy, and Procedures; and 911 Communication Center. Provides focus, oversight, and accountability standards to ensure successful implementation of initiatives across the Department to include body worn video and the records management system. Coordinates activities with other bureaus, city departments, and outside agencies. Advises and assists subordinates in solving highly complex police issues. Formulates orders and regulations governing activities of the SPD; confers with the Chief of Police, Command Staff and subordinate staff on the formulation of policies and practices of the Department; and supports policy development and compliance by ensuring policies are updated and distributed. Conducts a variety of organizational and operational studies; recommends modifications to programs, policies, and procedures as appropriate; prepares and presents staff reports and other necessary correspondence. Promotes police-public relations by participating in media interviews, and acting as a liaison for the Police Chief with other law enforcement agencies and elected officials. Serves on committees, commissions and task forces, and represents the department in state and local police functions. Manages and participates in the development and implementation of goals, objectives, and priorities for the Department. Participates in the development and administration of the Department's annual budget; participates in the forecast of funds needed for staffing, equipment, materials, and supplies. Responds to and resolves difficult and sensitive public inquiries and complaints; responds to questions and information requests from public and outside agencies. Attends and participates in professional group meetings; stays abreast of new trends and innovations in the field of law enforcement. Qualifications Position requires a Bachelor's Degree in Criminal Justice, Public Administration, Law Enforcement or a related field; a minimum of ten (10) years leadership experience in a large, complex organization; or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience. Must satisfy a Seattle Police Department background investigation and have a valid Washington State driver's license at the time of hire. DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS: Well-qualified applicants will have a demonstrated appreciation for diversity in the workplace; a demonstrated commitment to constitutional policing; and advanced training in leadership, supervision, and management related to law enforcement, administration and public service. POSITION REQUIREMENTS : Must satisfy a Seattle Police Department background investigation. Must have a Washington State Driver's License upon date of hire. Additional Information The Seattle Police Department is comprised of approximately 2,000 dedicated law enforcement professionals all committed to creating and fostering a work environment that is collaborative, innovative and leading the way in law enforcement principles and practices. Ours is a culture that encourages top performers to adhere to a standard of excellence in the identification of and resolution to complex challenges. At SPD we acknowledge and honor the fundamental value and dignity of all individuals and pledge ourselves to creating and maintaining an environment that respects diverse traditions, heritages, and experiences. HOW TO APPLY : If you are encouraged by and meet the qualifications you just read, we invite you to applying online at http:// www.seattle.gov/jobs or complete an application, cover letter, resume and drop it off at the Human Resources Department, Seattle Municipal Tower, 700 - 5th Avenue, Suite 5400, Seattle, WA 98124-4028. Please refer to Job # 2018-01723. This process will remain open until positions are filled, although first consideration will be given to those applications received by December 20, 2018. Closing Date/Time:
City of Seattle, WA Seattle, Washington, United States
Dec 07, 2018
Full Time
Position Description The Seattle City Attorney's Office seeks an attorney with substantial experience in real estate finance, lender representation and housing law to join a new Affordable Housing and Community Development practice group. The City of Seattle Office of Housing will be this attorney's principal client contact. Most work will focus on financial transactions that support the production and preservation of income- and rent-restricted affordable multifamily housing, though it is possible that this attorney will also be asked to advise on transactions related to development of for-sale housing as well. Practice areas will include structuring, negotiating, and closing financial transactions for affordable housing production and preservation in a manner that supports stated public policy objectives and protects City investment. This attorney will thus play a critical role in stewarding public funds and addressing the city's housing affordability crisis. Day-to-day work will involve working closely with the Office of Housing staff and representing the City on all aspects of these real estate transactions, including loan documents that reflect and appropriately secure the City's interests in complex mixed financings. Prior experience working with mixed financings that include low-income housing tax credits, tax exempt bonds, Federal HOME and CDBG funds, and other state and local fund sources is critical to this work. The Affordable Housing and Community Development practice group is dynamic and fast paced. Attorneys must be comfortable with substantial responsibility. Attorneys advise Office of Housing staff and must be able to think creatively to analyze risks of complicated transactions with multiple players using both private and public funding. We work with elected officials, non-profit organizations, land use planners, and other government agencies whose mission is to increase affordable housing in the city of Seattle. We get to practice the law we most enjoy for a dynamic, world-class city. The Attorney will join a dedicated team of attorneys who combines their passion for law and social good. Job Responsibilities Transactions: Represent the Office of Housing in all aspects of real estate issues, including drafting OH's loan documents and reviewing other parties' loan documents; review of partnership agreements; review of title, survey, and other relevant documents. Analysis: Analyze risk from a lender perspective in structuring and closing transactions with multiple sources of funds, including low-income housing tax credits (LIHTC program), tax-exempt bond financing, federal CDBG and HOME programs, and various other state and local housing finance programs. Advice: Provide legal counsel to City policy makers, departmental leadership, and staff on various real estate finance, property and land use issues. Assist in developing and interpreting City laws, regulations, and policy documents governing multiple City programs and fund sources, including the Seattle Housing Levy and proceeds from a variety of other sources, including land use programs such as incentive zoning and mandatory housing affordability. Race and Social Justice : Collaborative work with clients to bring about social change. Qualifications Minimum Washington State Bar Membership Experience representing lenders in real estate closings Experience representing clients on real estate, land use and contracts Real estate, community development and housing law counseling experience Knowledge of and experience with low-income housing tax credit program and tax-exempt bond financing Commitment to the City's Race and Social Justice Initiative Desired Eight or more years of experience in real estate, lender finance, and affordable housing closings Experience with all aspects of real estate title, survey and acquisition issues, providing sophisticated, nuanced legal advice to executives and managers Experience representing municipalities or other public agencies in real estate matters Ability to work collaboratively as well as independently Ability to handle a variety of matters simultaneously Ability to think creatively and analyze risk in complex real estate transactions Excellent research, writing, communication, and interpersonal skills Experience evaluating and applying policies and practices related to equity Additional Information This recruitment has been extended and will be open until filled. Candidates will bereviewed continuouslyand invited to interview so it is to your benefit to apply promptly. If you have already submitted an application, you do not need to apply again. Please note: The Civil Division of the City Attorney's Office seeks to set salaries based on objective measures of experience. Salaries typically are not subject to negotiation. For your application to be accepted you must: Complete the city application , "see resume" does not suffice; Attach a resume detailing your relevant experience Provide a cover letter describing your interest in the position and your relevant experience Provide a writing sample . If any of these requirements are not met, your application will not be considered. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
City of Seattle, WA Seattle, Washington, United States
Dec 06, 2018
Full Time
Position Description The Human Services Department (HSD) is seeking a strongTalent Acquisition Supervisorto shape the future of the department's recruitment, hiring and retention processes and programs. This leader will recommend process improvements and long-term strategies to meet department goals and objectives, develop training programs to build capacity, and apply HR expertise to address day-to-day employment matters.This position reports to the HR Director and supervises two staff members, and two seasonal staff, to manage employment and retention activities for a workforce of approximately 400 employees.This position also partners with the Department's Summer Youth Employment Program to coordinate employment activities for approximately 300 youth interns each year. The Human Services Department is committed to attracting and retaining a highly skilled, diverse workforce dedicated to race and social justice and results-based outcomes that benefit the people and communities we serve. This position will provide high-level strategy and guidance to meet the department's commitment. Successful candidates will have experience managing and implementing hiring, recruitment and retention programs, staff performance, and applying strategies to advance race and social justice with proven results. Job Responsibilities Manage day-to-day recruitment and hiring activities, including out of classification, temporary assignments, internships/externships, and position management: Manage position and classification activities; identify and address inequities. Provide employment strategies and advise department leadership to meet staffing and organizational needs. Develop branding structure to job ads, explore innovative methods to recruit and interview, and develop resources for hiring supervisors and participants. Analyze employment data and trends to identify underrepresentation or perceived racial inequity; recommend and implement strategies to reduce implicit bias and racial inequity. Administer City policy, rules and laws.Investigate and address employment concerns and complaints. Develop and maintain professional relationships and trust with employees, management staff, SDHR partners, union representatives, and other stakeholders: Provide coaching and guidance to supervisors and managers to resolve complex problems. Communicate process expectations and changes to department staff; develop training, draft all-staff communications, update webpage and contribute to HR publications. Respond to employment complaints; conduct fact-findings to resolve high-level disputes. Partner with employment work groups and racial equity leaders to develop processes improvements. Recommends strategies to mitigate risk and build capacity for HSD employment programs. Manage and supervise the work of two regular and two seasonal staff members to meet employment goals and objectives. Develop work plans, assign work, set expectations and complete performance evaluations.Coach and guide staff to support employee success. Address performance concerns for employee growth and development. Ensure service delivery standards are being met and annual results are achieved. Identify opportunities for program improvements using a workforce equity lens; identify ways to reduce implicit bias and racial inequity, attract diverse talent pools and retain talent. Develop, recommend and implement employment programs, training and procedures - internships, externships, employment sourcing, MSW certification, retention, recruitment and hiring, summer youth. Gather and analyze data and trends, research best practices and solicit input to develop process improvements that increase effectiveness and reduce implicit bias and racial inequity. Solicit input from HR staff, SDHR staff, Joint Caucus Employment work group, Change Team/employee-led Impact Group, senior leadership and other stakeholders, as needed. Develop and coordinate training to build capacity around HR program goals and objectives - reduce implicit bias, improve interviewing skills, implement recruiting strategies, employee retention methods and best practices. Coordinate employment activities for the department's Summer Youth Employment Program. Identify long-term sourcing pipelines through community resources and local/national university relationships and engagements. Qualifications Education: A bachelor's degree in business, human resources management, law, social sciences, or a related field, OR a combination of equivalent education and work experience (as described in this job ad). Experience: Three years of experience managing an HR program(s) and supervising HR staff. Strong knowledge of HR labor laws and labor relations to resolve multi-faceted organizational issues. Experience working in a government/municipal environment (or a combination of education, training and experience which provides an equivalent background required to perform the job). Personal commitment to race and social justice, demonstrating experience implementing HR strategies designed to reduce implicit bias or improve workforce equity. Additional Information Candidates are highly competitive if they also possess the following experience and skills: Demonstrated experience implementing recruitment and hiring programs designed to reduce implicit bias and inequity with proven results. Analytical and innovative approaches used to develop employment programs and strategies to resolve complex HR matters. Strong emotional intelligence and leadership skills to build capacity and lead groups to generate results. Strong oral and written communication to build capacity, train staff and address HR concerns and complaints. Known to regularly exhibit leadership behavior - honest, compassionate, strategic, moral courage, ethical, results-driven and decisive. Passionate about contributing meaningfully through public service, values the opulence of working in a diverse workforce, and has firm work ethic to "do the right thing" on behalf of the City of Seattle. Closing Date/Time: 12/26/2018 4:00 PM Pacific
City of Seattle, WA Various, Washington, United States
Dec 05, 2018
Full Time
Position Description Positions in this class lead, schedule and coordinate the work of painters, structural painters and helpers as well as perform journey-level painting work in the maintenance of public buildings, facilities, furniture, and equipment. The work requires a sound knowledge of practices, methods, materials and equipment utilized in painting, surface preparation and safety procedures. Positions at this level will be required to train staff in new work procedures and safety standards. Additional expectations include making decisions in the selection of appropriate materials and methods of work to prioritize and coordinate the work of other painters or crews. Most tasks are covered by guidelines; however, the work requires the use of judgement in selecting the appropriate guidelines. Positions in this class are given general assignment instructions and are expected to work in locations away from their supervisors. Personal contacts include interdepartmental and trades personnel for coordination of work activities. Job Responsibilities Lead, schedule and coordinate the work of other painters, structural painters and helpers Participate as a member of a paint crew by performing activities which include mixing and matching paint; surface preparation, application of paint and other protective coatings such as toxic finishes, sealants, epoxies, etc., to buildings, equipment, fixtures and furniture using brush, roller and spray methods Erect and dismantle scaffolding, remove or cover objects, clean work areas, and maintain brushes, rollers, spray, and other equipment Match new and old wood finishes; marbleize or glaze wood; tape and patch sheetrock or wallboard; paint parking and court lines; and install parking buttons on facilities' property Train and evaluate others in new work procedures and methods, safety standards, toxic chemicals, rigging scaffolding, staging, surface preparation and protective coatings Maintain a variety of records concerning labor and materials costs, job requests, trouble call requests, etc. Inspect, monitor and evaluate contract paint work on City-owned buildings Estimate time and materials costs; requisition shop materials and equipment Perform preventative maintenance inspections, maintain job and shop records, and attend meetings Perform other related duties of a comparable level/type as assigned Qualifications Required Qualifications: Requires a minimum of two years journey-level painter experience and the ability to lead the work of others (or a combination of education and/or training and/or experience which provides an equivalent background required to perform the work of the class). Desired Qualifications: Three years experience supervising crews of five or more employees Three years experience planning and estimating material and labor costs Three years experience reading and interpreting construction plans, drawings and specification documents Three years experience with preventative maintenance inspections and program implementation Familiarity with software packages, such as MS Project, MS Word, Excel, and/or other software applications HAZWOPER, Lead/Asbestos Renovator/Worker/Supervisor/Inspector certification, etc. License, Certifications and other Requirements: Current Washington State driver's license Normal color vision is required Work Environment / Physical Demands: Required to stand, walk, or bend for extended periods of time Required to lift objects weighing in excess of 50 pounds Required to handle or work with toxic/hazardous substances Required to work outdoors in all types of weather Required to work in confined spaces or at heights from ladders and scaffolds Required to work near energized equipment Additional Information Additional Information: Current shift schedules are 4/10 (4 days a week - 10 hour days) Depending on work, may be required to work varying shifts May be required to work on-call ( additional compensation is provided for this work) All candidates for this position may be required to perform working/written test. Some tests may require the candidate to be present. A current, 5 year driving abstract from the Department of Licensing is required to be submitted to this application or faxed to 206-615-0302 by the closing date for consideration in this process. Closing Date/Time: 12/18/2018 4:00 PM Pacific
City of Seattle, WA Seattle, Washington, United States
Dec 05, 2018
Full Time
Position Description The Seattle Department of Construction and Inspections (SDCI) is seeking a highly motivated individual to enforce the City of Seattle's rental housing ordinances as aRental HousingCompliance Analyst in the Property Owner and Tenant Assistance (POTA) unit. POTA provides guidance to renters and landlords on City laws governing rental properties, investigates and enforces potential violations of several City laws, administers tenant relocation assistance, and conducts outreach and education throughout the City. SDCI has a culture of continuous improvement and a tradition of providing excellent public service; we take pride in our work and have fun doing it. As stewards and regulators of land and buildings, we preserve and enhance the equity, livability, safety, and health in our communities. We offer a premium benefits package, including competitive medical, vision, dental and retirement plans. Job Responsibilities To be successful in this position you will have substantive knowledge of landlord-tenant law, excellent communication, problem-solving and collaborative skills, and recent experience working with a broad range of cultural and ethnic communities. The ability to deal empathetically with individuals having cognitive, emotional, and mental challenges is a strong plus, as is recent experience working with individuals and households whose first language is other than English and a demonstrated track-record in providing superior customer service. Examples of Job Responsibilities Administers the Tenant Relocation Assistance Ordinance and other forms of relocation assistance paid through the Department; including representing the Department before the City of Seattle Hearing Examiner Enforces the Just Cause Eviction, Condominium Conversion, and Tenant Relocation Assistance Ordinances, and certain sections of the Housing and Building Maintenance Code Provides general information and advice on the Washington State Landlord-Tenant Act Makes referrals to appropriate government, private, and community resources Participates in the design and presentation of community outreach activities to increase the awareness of landlord and tenant laws Prepares notices of violation, correspondence, forms, and other written documents Records and updates performance data Conducts inspections and tenant interviews in the field Qualifications Minimum Qualifications: Requires a BA in planning, pre-law, environmental sciences or a related field Two years' experience in enforcing codes or performing legal research Or a combination of education, training and experience which provides the knowledge, skills and abilities required by the work Desired Qualifications Demonstrated proficiency in computer applications such as word processing, spreadsheets, and work tracking systems Familiarity with Seattle neighborhoods and the housing and human services infrastructure of the city Ability to manage conflicting priorities successfully within a high pressure work environment Conflict resolution skills and the ability to de-escalate highly charged emotional interactions An understanding of the impact of institutional and structural racism and a personal commitment to work toward racial equity Additional Information * For your application to be considered, please attach a cover letter explaining how you meet the qualifications of this position * Job offers are contingent on the verification of credentials and other information required by the employment process including a background check of conviction and arrest records in compliance with Seattle's Fair Chance Employment Ordinance, SMC 14.17. Applicants will be provided an opportunity to explain or correct background information. The Seattle Department of Construction and Inspections is a proud participant in the Race and Social Justice Initiative, a citywide effort to realize the vision of racial equity. We require a strong commitment to customer service and a demonstrated ability to work effectively with individuals from diverse communities and cultures. The City of Seattle values diverse perspectives and life experiences; people of color, women, LGBTQ, people with disabilities, and veterans are encouraged Closing Date/Time: 12/18/2018 4:00 PM Pacific
City of Seattle, WA Seattle, Washington, United States
Dec 05, 2018
Full Time
Position Description The Seattle Department of Construction and Inspections (SDCI) is seeking an experienced leader and director for its Land Use Division. The Land Use Division Director is an integral part of the six-member SDCI Executive team, reports to the SDCI Director, and provides leadership, collaborative intelligence, and strategic direction to approximately 90 employees in the Land Use Division. As more people move to Seattle and new buildings are being constructed to keep pace with our economic and population growth, our City faces a range of new challenges, requirements, and responsibilities. SDCI's Land Use Division strives to improve and protect the quality of life for residents, employees, and visitors by implementing the city's growth policies and regulations through the development permitting processes. The Division's key responsibilities include Master Use Permitland use plan review and coaching for compliance with:Seattle's Land Use Code, Environmental Review (SEPA), Design Review, Administrative and Council Conditional Uses, Variances, Platting Actions, Contract Rezones, and Green Permitting (Incentive programs to encourage Sustainable Design in new development). The Division also works with SDCI's Code Development team to review and develop new and updated land use and environmental codes. The Division Director promotes an equitable work environment that allows employees to thrive by understanding how racial outcomes impact the individual employee and the community members we serve. It is essential that the Division Director has a solid understanding of the delicate balance between development principles and essential community involvement; finding common ground and avenues to move projects forward. Thorough knowledge of land use regulations, strong analytical skills, good judgment, and adaptability are must haves for leading this division as well as adesire to encourage, mentor, and teach others. Given the volume and pace of the work, the division director must strategically delegate work, eliminate barriers, andfind innovative ways and tools to increase staffing efficiency and teamwork. In addition the director should rely on staff expertisewhen determining and communicating priorities.Accountability, a positive work ethic, respect and customer focus are behaviors this leader is expected to model. Job Responsibilities Center the Race and Social Justice Initiative (RSJI) principles into the work performed by the Division Represent the Department and the city in public venues to explain the work of the land use division or the Department, as requested and appropriate Develop and update a Division workplan to ensure that citywide and departmental initiatives are implemented Encourage, support, and sponsor process improvements that are needed to ensure an effective system for performing the daily work of the Division/Department Oversee an annual Division budget of approximately $20 million, and participate in development and refinement of the annual Department budget Ensure that new codes and regulations are being reviewed and developed to create consistent code language that can be reasonably implemented Understand the racially disparate impacts created by land use regulations and work actively to mitigate them through code and policy recommendations Respond to inquiries and complaints from applicants or the public, regarding development permitting Ensure that training is developed and delivered to staff in a consistent and timely way Select and hire Land Use Division managers, and advise managers and supervisors on hiring goals and practices Ensure that managers and supervisors have adequate reporting to monitor workstreams to confirm that work is being performed consistent with expectations Articulate a racially equitable vision of land use regulations in the City of Seattle Work collaboratively with the other SDCI Divisions (Administration, Inspection Services, Code Compliance, Director's Office, Engineering Services) Qualifications Desired Qualifications: A nimble and collaborative systems-thinker 15 years in a regulatory agency focused on development permitting 10 years in a regulatory agency reviewing projects and developing, implementing, and/or enforcing regulations that apply to land use and the construction of buildings. Experience directing with a racial equity framework including an awareness of how racial bias impacts staff of color Experience in long range planning valued Experience working with Design Review Ability to navigate the relationships between Seattle's complex codes, the public, design professionals, builders and developers, attorneys, and city staff Leadership experience such as supervising staff, project management, facilitating interdisciplinary teams, representing groups or teams in complex negotiations Experience/interest in developing and refining land use regulations Deep understanding of the interaction between long range planning, building, land use, and zoning codes Additional Information **Please include a cover letter that details your experience and why you want to be the Land Use Division Director for the Seattle Department of Construction and Inspections. The Seattle Department of Construction and Inspections is a proud participant in the Race and Social Justice Initiative, a citywide effort to realize the vision of racial equity. We require a strong commitment to customer service and a demonstrated ability to work effectively with individuals from diverse communities and cultures. The City of Seattle values diverse perspectives and life experiences; people of color, women, LGBTQ, people with disabilities, and veterans are encouraged to apply. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
City of Seattle, WA Seattle, Washington, United States
Dec 05, 2018
Full Time
Position Description Are you looking to join a team of talented, skilled, and dedicated professionals who are committed to providing great customer service? The Seattle Department of Construction and Inspections is excited to announce our intent to add a Building Inspector, Journey to our skilled and hardworking team.Our team of Building Inspectors are working every day to protect Seattle's natural and built environment. In this fast-paced and challenging position you will inspect new residential, commercial, institutional, industrial, and multi-family building construction as well as alterations and repairs of existing structures to ensure compliance with relevant Codes and Ordinances. *This position is currently funded through December 2020 with the possibility of extension. Job Responsibilities You will feel prepared to take on this role if you have demonstrated and can: Read and understand construction plans, architectural, and structural notes Check materials and methods of construction for Code conformance Approve final occupancy certificates; issue warning and orders as needed Testify in court in situations involving code violations Meet with owners, contractors, and design professionals to advise, explain, and interpret Building, Mechanical, Zoning & other Codes Prepare daily inspection reports and maintain job and time records. Provide a safe driving record Your effectiveness and ability to succeed in this position will be enhanced by your : Varied and extensive experience as Construction Superintendent, Foreman or General Foreman and/or direct experience as a building inspector. Professional certification as a Building Inspector from International Code Council; and/or course work in construction, architecture or engineering. Experience and strong background in wood frame construction, both large and small projects. Excellent communication skills, ability to work independently, good time management skills, and experience in conflict resolution as well as good computer skills and willingness to learn software applications. Ability to always conduct yourself with professionalism and integrity and to honor our team's commitment to treat everyone with dignity and respect. Qualifications Eightyears carpentry experience and journey level work performing a wide range of carpentry tasks for commercial or industrial properties. In addition such experience should include some work as a foreman, lead worker or supervisor. (Any combination of education, training and experience which provides equivalent knowledge, skills and abilities will be considered). Additional Information This position requires exposure to adverse weather conditions and requires climbing, crawling and exposure to construction machinery and hazards. Candidates must possess a valid driver's license with a good driving record A construction site walk through exam at an active construction project may be required as part of the interview process. Job offers are contingent on the verification of credentials and other information required by the employment process including a pre-employment physical, a driving abstract, and a background check of conviction and arrest records in compliance with Seattle's Fair Chance Employment Ordinance, SMC 14.17. Applicants will be provided an opportunity to explain or correct background information. Complete applications must include written responses to the supplemental questions. The Seattle Department of Construction and Inspections is a proud participant in the City's Race and Social Justice Initiative that works to achieve racial equity. We value diverse perspectives and life experiences. We require a strong commitment to customer service and a demonstrated ability to work effectively with individuals from diverse communities and cultures. The City of Seattle values diverse perspectives and life experiences; people of color, women, LGBTQ, people with disabilities, and veterans are encouraged to apply. Closing Date/Time: 12/18/2018 4:00 PM Pacific
City of Seattle, WA 15th Avenue West, Washington, United States
Dec 04, 2018
Full Time
Position Description Please Note: This position is open until filled. First application review will be on 12/14/2018 The City of Seattle's Animal Shelter (SAS) is seeking a qualified, highly-motivated and progressive-minded licensed Veterinarian. This person will work in the shelter's spay and neuter clinic and the shelter medicine program and reports to the Medical Director. The spay and neuter clinic at the SAS is committed to providing low-cost, high-quality, high-value spay and neuter services for the Seattle community. The shelter medicine program provides treatment to animals in the shelter (dogs, cats, rabbits, guinea pigsand multiple other species commonly kept as pets) and is also responsible for developing medical standards of animal care to ensure a safe, healthful environment for shelter animals and the people who interact with them. The Shelter's Veterinarian will examine, evaluate and treat Shelter animals upon intake and during their stay, performing procedures that include (but not limited to) prescribing and administering medications and anti-parasite treatments, treating minor wounds or infections, requesting tests and lab work, referring more serious medical matters to private veterinary practices, performing humane euthanasia, and performing surgical procedureson an as-needed basis. This is also an opportunity to develop skills in the relatively new and growing field of veterinary forensics. The Seattle Animal Shelter has a team of officers with the field services unit who regularly conduct criminal investigations into animal cruelty. The Shelter's Veterinarian may assist with these investigations by examining animals who may be victims of these crimes and their living conditions on scene when necessary. The Shelter's Veterinarian would document their findings for the criminal case and testify in court as needed. Additionally, the Shelter's Veterinarian maintains medical records and drug-use logs, and assist staff in developing and implementing certain medical-related policies and procedures to veterinary and sheltering practice standards. The City of Seattle offers premium benefits that include medical, dental, vision, retirement, paid holidays, vacation, pay premiums, and an incredible opportunity to build a rewarding, meaningful career with work/life balance. Job Responsibilities • Assists with recommendations regarding policies and procedures for the shelter; recommends changes in procedures as needed. • Performs in-house animal health inspections with shelter staff. • Provides preventative treatments for infections, disease prevention and control, general health, parasite diagnosis and treatment and dietary evaluations in accordance with developed shelter medicine protocols. • Examines animals, evaluates animals' health and performs veterinary medical and surgical procedures including vaccinations, prescribing and administering of medications, anti-parasite treatments, tests and lab work for infections and related health issues. • Performs spay and neuter surgeries in a high-volume clinic and other types of surgery, as needed. • Establishes and maintains medical records and drug use logs to standards of veterinary and sheltering practices. • Ensures that all state and federal laws, state regulations, accepted standards, the practice of veterinary medicine, drug control, and animal care and handling are adhered to. • Maintains up-to-date knowledge of shelter animal health protocols, surgical procedures (including dog, cat and rabbit ovariohysterectomy and castration and dental preventative care) and other companion animal health issues. • Assists with euthanasia according to established protocols. • Assumes the role of the Medical Director in his/her absence. Qualifications Minimum Qualifications: • Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree (or equivalent) from an accredited college or university and one year of professional veterinary medical experience, within a shelter environment preferred. • Possession of an unrestricted license to practice veterinary medicine in the State of Washington. • Ability to obtain and maintain a DEA license for controlled substances. • Knowledge of shelter animal health protocols, surgical procedures and companion animal health issues in a shelter setting. • Knowledge of City, County, State and Federal animal health laws. • Excellent organizational skills. • Exceptional written and verbal communications skills, including ability to communicate effectively with all levels of management, employees, key partners, volunteers and the public. • Knowledge of Microsoft Office, including Excel, Word and Outlook, and electronic veterinary medical records. • SAS provides service to our animals 365 days/week - this role will require the availability and willingness to work some evenings, weekends and holidays. • Ability to obtain and maintain special police commission. • Ability to operate, maneuver and provide simple but continuous adjustments on all types of medical equipment. • Ability to coordinate eyes, hands, feet and limbs in performing movements requiring skill and training, such as performing surgery and giving injections. • Tasks involve the ability to exert moderate but not constant physical effort, typically involving some combination of stooping, kneeling, crouching, lifting, standing, walking and carrying objects and animals of moderate weight. • Must be able to lift 50 pounds without assistance and heavier amounts with assistance. • Potential for exposure to zoonotic diseases, dangerous and fractious animals, high noise levels, hazardous chemicals, anesthetics and sharp objects. Preferred Qualifications : • Management experience. • Previous experience using PetPoint. • Certification(s) or specialization in shelter medicine, animal behavior or high-capacity spay and neuter services. Additional Information If you have questions, please contact Peter Asai at peter.asai@seattle.gov The City of Seattle values diverse perspectives and life experiences. Applicants will be considered regardless of race, color, creed, national origin, ancestry, sex, marital status, disability, religious or political affiliation, age, sexual orientation, or gender identity. The Department encourages people of all backgrounds to apply, including people of color, immigrants, refugees, women, LGBTQ people, people with disabilities, veterans and those with diverse life experiences. Accommodations for people with disabilities are provided on request. The City is a Drug Free Workplace. Closing Date/Time:
City of Seattle, WA Seattle, Washington, United States
Dec 02, 2018
Full Time
Position Description Seattle City Light is looking for a Senior FP&A Analyst to join our Financial Planning and Rates team. In this role, you will play an integral role in developing the Utility's financial forecast and conduct financial analysis to support strategic planning, capital financing, and setting retail electric rates. Our ideal candidate will have a strong foundation in finance and quantitative analysis, an ability to think critically and problem solve, and most of all, an aptitude and willingness to learn. The electric utility industry is being transformed by advances in energy efficiency technology, renewable energy and energy storage. As a member of our Finance division, your work will inform the development of policies and customer programs to help meet the changing needs of our customers. Seattle City Light is one of the nation's largest municipal utilities. A part of the municipal government of the City of Seattle, we value public service, diversity, community, and environmental stewardship. Job Responsibilities Seattle City Light's Financial Planning & Rates group is responsible for financial forecasting and reporting, retail sales and revenue forecasting, and rate setting. The Senior FP&A Analyst will have the following job responsibilities: Build and maintain financial forecasting models. Design and conduct research and analysis to support financial decision making and rate setting. Partner with other staff in finance and across the utility to conduct robust analysis on financial policy matters and strategic decisions. Develop metrics, reports and presentations to communicate financial performance. Qualifications Education: Baccalaureate degree and at least one-year graduate study in Economics, Finance, Business Administration, or another quantitative field involving coursework in economic and financial analysis. (The year of graduate study may be replaced by two years of related professional experience). Experience: Minimum of three years professional experience in economic and financial research and analysis. Other combinations of education and experience will be evaluated on an individual basis for comparability. Desired Qualifications: Strong analytical and problem-solving skills. Expertise with analytical software such as SAS, EViews or R, and ability to learn new analytical platforms with minimal instruction. General understanding of the principles of finance, accounting and writing code. Comfortable summarizing analytical outcomes and translating into tables, charts, alternatives or recommendations. Strong communication skills, ability to distil and clearly explain complex concepts and outcomes to a wide audience Ability to exercise judgment in selecting appropriate methods and tools for each assignment and in the development and use of analytical models. Proficiency in MS Excel, Word and PowerPoint. Experience with the development and use of financial planning models (e.g. UIPlanner) is helpful but not necessary. Additional Information Job offers are contingent on the verification of credentials and other information required by the employment process including the completion of a background check which includes criminal history and driving history review. Want to know more about Seattle City Light? Check out our web page: http://www.seattle.gov/light/ . Closing Date/Time: Continuous
City of Seattle, WA Seattle, Washington, United States
Dec 02, 2018
Full Time
Position Description The Opportunity: The City of Seattle has an outstanding opportunity for an experienced PeopleSoft Analyst within our venerable Citywide Accounting and Payroll Services Division of the Finance and Administrative Services Department (FAS). This position reports to the PeopleSoft Support Manager and provides both business and functional analysis support for the City of Seattle's PeopleSoft Enterprise Financial Management system that includes accounts payable, accounts receivable, billing, asset management, purchasing, general ledger, project costing, eCommerce and labor distribution. Your primary focus will be with the PeopleSoft Purchasing Suite. A little background: The City went live with a PeopleSoft re-implementation effort in January 2018 and this project saw the City through a business process redesign effort: A Citywide Accounting standardization initiative and a PeopleSoft system upgrade from version 8.8 to version 9.2. The ideal candidate has extensive knowledge and experience with supporting the PeopleSoft Financial application. Experience with both the 8.8 and 9.2 versions of PeopleSoft is a huge plus. A significant portion of the work involves user/stakeholder support that requires exceptional customer service and communication skills. Job Responsibilities PeopleSoft system design and configuration, as well as development and maintenance of documentation that supports design and configuration. PeopleSoft user support (research and resolution of user helpdesk tickets). Design financial management reports and queries. Using My Oracle Support network to create and manage service desk tickets with Oracle to resolve PeopleSoft bugs as well as leverage solutions posted for other Oracle customers. Developing and maintaining training materials, using the UPK developer tool. Train users, which includes in-class training, one-on-one training and development of UPK training lessons that can be published for virtual training. Develop formal business case, options analysis and business requirement documentation to support decisions by governance for both special projects and for issue resolution. Implement new functionality within the PeopleSoft Financial Application. Master data maintenance and documentation. Change management and change communication. Project Management duties as assigned. Executing test scripts for assigned change/update projects (this involves configuration/design changes, business process changes, system modifications, or implementation of any new interfaces that integrate with Accounts Payable and Financial Gateway). Work with departmental testers to ensure they have access to the testing environment to receive buy off to move the change forward to production. Perform quality assurance validation on peer Functional Analyst work, prior to migration to production. Build and execute ad-hoc data extracts for data sets that roll up under the Purchasing and eP2P modules. Write functional specifications for Purchasing and eP2P reports, queries, modifications and interfaces. Year-end coordination of activities that involve Purchasing and eP2P. Work with development staff and the City's hosting vendor to identify PUM updates and work with the team to have the appropriate PUM, or patches within a PUM applied to the City's demo environment for testing and possible migration to production. Work with development staff to compare PUM images and identify potential retrofit requirements. Other duties as assigned. Qualifications Minimum Qualifications: Minimum five years using PeopleSoft Purchasing and/or eP2P. To be successful in this position candidates will have: Deep understanding of all the functionality, the data elements, systems that interface with and systems that extract data from the PeopleSoft Purchasing and eP2P modules. Exceptional skills in building and maintaining effective work relationships. Exceptional communication skills, both written and verbal. Excellent customer service and conflict resolution skills. Strong analytical and problem-solving skills. Desired Qualifications: Experience with supporting PeopleSoft applications. Bachelor's degree in Accounting, Computer Science or any equivalent combination of experience and/or education. Experience using Quest STAT for change control. Experience using Oracle's My Oracle Support network. Experience using and/or supporting BI Publisher, PeopleSoft Query and PeopleSoft Pivot.Grids. Experience using PS User Productivity Kit (UPK). Expertise with conceptual foundations and best practices for software development. and support as well as change control. Experience in managing complex projects. High level of curiosity and creative approach to developing solutions to problems. CPA license, Oracle PeopleSoft certification is a plus. Additional Information *** Please be sure to attach a resume and cover letter in the "Attachments" section of you online application If you have questions, please contact Peter Asai at peter.asai@seattle.gov. This position is open to all candidates that meet the minimum qualifications. The City of Seattle values diverse perspectives and life experiences. Applicants will be considered regardless of race, color, creed, national origin, ancestry, sex, marital status, disability, religious or political affiliation, age, sexual orientation, or gender identity. The Department encourages people of all backgrounds to apply, including people of color, immigrants, refugees, women, LGBTQ, people with disabilities, veterans and those with diverse life experiences. Closing Date/Time: 12/18/2018 4:00 PM Pacific
City of Seattle, WA Seattle, Washington, United States
Dec 02, 2018
Full Time
Position Description Seattle Public Utilities (SPU) serves more than 650,000 Seattle residential and 60,000 business customers - that's every house, building and business in Seattle with drinking water, sewer, drainage, garbage and recycling. "Our Promise" to the community is to deliver efficient and forward-looking utility services that keep Seattle the best place to live. Our customers depend on us to be there for them - to deliver utility services reliably and to spend their dollars wisely. SPU's Customer Response Division is looking for a detail oriented, reliable individual to serve as their Senior Quality Assurance (QA) Analyst. As part of the Quality Assurance Program Team, you will be responsible for ensuring SPU's Contact Center Utility Account Representatives (UAR) are meeting the needs of our customers by effectively and efficiently delivering exceptional customer service. The Senior QA Analyst will provide recommendations and guidance on how to improve the Contact Center's performance based on data and analysis from our quality assurance results. This position will report to the Business Support Team Manager of the Customer Response Division, and will work closely with the Business Support Team, Contact Center Operations Manager, and Contact Center Supervisors. Job Responsibilities The Sr. QA Analyst will act as the lead in the continued development and implementation of our Quality Assurance Program, ultimately maximizing departmental performance in the following areas: Customer Service skills: Ensure UARs are providing proper soft skills when speaking to our customers. Technical skills: Ensure UARs are using the systems and applications properly to resolve customer inquiries and request(s). Policies, Process, and Procedures: Ensure UARs are following the processes as outlined in the procedures as well as proper application of our business rules and guidelines. Provide guidance and expertise on how we can improve the Quality Assurance Program to allow us to become the industry leader in customer service. Provide ongoing analysis of recorded and real time customer interactions from inbound calls and email inquiries regarding their water, sewer, solid waste, and electric accounts and services. Complete evaluations on the UAR technical and behavioral competencies. Provide regular / ad-hoc reporting and trend analysis regarding the Contact Center's QA results. Provide written recommendations for the Contact Center's Leadership Team on process improvement, training, and coaching opportunities. Contribute to, and often lead, the implementation of recommended process improvement initiatives. Serve as System Administrator for Speech Analytics, which is part of the Contact Center's Workforce Management System (Interactive Client). Configure Interactive Client system for Speech Analytics and develop how we incorporate speech analytics into our QA program. Other duties as assigned. Qualifications Experience: Three (3) years of experience in systems, operations, procedures, research or analysis Education: A Bachelor's degree in business or public administration, finance, computer science or a related field Education and Experience Equivalency: Combinations of appropriate education, training, certification and experience will be evaluated on an individual basis for comparability to the minimum education and experience requirements. Additional Information Ideal candidates will have the following skills and/or experiences: Developing Quality Assurance standards which result in measurable quality performance improvement Creating Customer Satisfaction surveys to accurately identify opportunities for improving customer experience Project management in a contact center environment Implementation of a Speech Analytics solution Usage of Oracle's Customer Care and Billing (CCB) system or other Customer Relationship Management system Experience using quality management / process improvement methodologies. Special Conditions Due to access to confidential identity information, job offers are contingent upon verification and completion of a background check, which include criminal history. May be required to work after normal business hours and weekends, as needed. Candidates who are invited to the initial interview will be asked to complete a writing exercise. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: At Seattle Public Utilities, our job is to protect the area's quality of life. We pledge to meet community and environmental needs by: Maintaining some of the nation's best drinking water. Preventing sewer backups, flooding, and landslides. Helping Seattle residents and businesses be recycling leaders. Protecting local waterways and the Sound from sewage overflows and polluted storm water runoff. We do this while always keeping in mind that we need to spend customers' money wisely. We are also making sure that as Seattle grows, it's even better for future generations. A place where: Less garbage is shipped to the landfill. The drinking water is protected. Utility infrastructure is well-built and maintained. And where salmon thrive in healthy waterways. Seattle is known as a progressive leader in technology, innovation, and the environment. As an employer, the City of Seattle is a leading local government in environmental stewardship, green building and social justice, making our City what it is today and shaping our future. Our employees play an important role in making this possible. Closing Date/Time: 12/18/2018 4:00 PM Pacific