Mission: Deliver outstanding service to support a high quality of life for residents, businesses, and visitors.

Vision: El Paso will have safe and beautiful neighborhoods, a vibrant regional economy, and exceptional recreational, cultural, and educational opportunities.

Values: Integrity, Respect, Excellence, Accountability, People 

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24 job(s) at City of El Paso

CITY OF EL PASO, TX El Paso, Texas, United States
Dec 06, 2018
Full Time
Requirements Candidate must havea High School diploma or GED, and one (1) year mechanical maintenance experience Licenses and Certificates : Class "D" Water or Wastewater Operators License issued by State of Texas required within twelve (12) months of appointment. Class "D" license must be replaced by a higher level Water or Wastewater Operators License issued by State of Texas before license has expired. A Texas Class "C" driver's license or equivalent from another state; some positions may require a Texas CDL with HAZMAT endorsement or equivalent from another state within 6 months of appointment. General Purpose Under general supervision, assist in operation, maintenance and repair of water or wastewater treatment systems and equipment. Typical Duties Monitor and control water or wastewater treatment processes. Involves: Monitor and control water and wastewater treatment processes and equipment to remove solid materials, chemical compounds, and micro-organisms from water or wastewater in compliance with state and federal permits. Monitor the water or wastewater treatment process through the SCADA system including carbonation, fluoridation, chlorination or other processes. Check water for turbidity, odors, alkalinity, chlorine residual and other requirements to assure compliance with water quality regulations. Monitor and perform required analytical tests. Monitor laboratory tests of water or wastewater and assure samples are taken and tested in accordance with federal and state regulations. Assist in controlling routine water or wastewater treatment processes in compliance with state and federal permits. Learn to calibrate laboratory equipment. Make adjustments to chemical additives according to established guidelines. Maintain proper water levels in tanks and drawing water from wells or canal as needed. Operate pumps, valves and other processing equipment to move water or wastewater through various treatment processes. Read and learn to interpret meters and gauges to ensure plant equipment and processes are working within established operational ranges. Activate or adjust controls as needed to effect process control. Take water or wastewater samples at various stages of processing. Test and add chemicals such as chlorine to water by predetermined formula. Operate chemical-feeding devices, as required. Observe condition of security systems at facilities and report deficiencies Assure proper operation of gauges, meters, pumps, motors, chemical feeders, automatic control devices or other equipment. Involves: Assist in installation, preventative maintenance and repair of treatment systems and complex equipment. Assist in repair of pumps, motors, aeration systems, chlorinators, chlorine dioxide generators, multiple chemical feeders or similar mechanical equipment. Inspect machinery for proper operation and to detect faulty parts. Replace parts using hand tools. Check electrical equipment for shorts, faulty wiring, loose connections, loss of power and overload. Perform minor electrical or mechanical repairs including basic welding. Perform plumbing tasks such as installing valves and meters on water lines. Install fire sprinkler systems and meters. Lubricate plant equipment. Clean and flush sludge lines. Wash or replace filters and perform other required preventive maintenance. Learn to utilize computer databases to store sampling results, schedule and record shift activity. May perform grounds keeping, building maintenance, general labor and housekeeping duties as needed. Perform other job duties as assigned. General Information For complete job specification, click here . Salary Range: $13.95 - $19.60 per hour The starting salary is generally at the beginning of the salary range. Test date:February 6, 2019. Note: Applicants are encouraged to apply immediately. This position will close when a preset number of qualified applications have been received. Note: Applicants with a foreign degree must have all relevant documents translated and evaluated by a College, University, or Credentials Evaluation Services Department prior to submitting them to the Human Resources Department. Closing Date/Time: 12/18/2018 11:59 PM Mountain
CITY OF EL PASO, TX El Paso, Texas, United States
Dec 13, 2018
Full Time
Requirements Candidate must have a high School Diploma or GED, and two (2) years of experience using Geographic Information Systems (GIS), programming, computer aided drafting, surveying, cartography, photogrammetry, or remote sensing. Licenses and Certificates : Valid Texas Class "C" Driver's License or equivalent issued by another state required at time of appointment. General Purpose Under general supervision, develop and maintain computer based Geographic Information System (GIS) data, develop user applications, and create mapped products and provide technical support. Typical Duties Develop and maintain computerized data bases of multi-layered maps and relational spatial data. Involves: Apply standards for symbology, code use, labeling, layering, and other features to assure consistency between layers. Operate computer workstation to perform map digitizing, record entry, file translation and research. Import and export files and databases. Review and correct errors. Create mapped products. Involves: Perform map overlay, buffering, and other spatial analysis functions. Generate thematic maps, graphs, reports or similar products. Assist in technical database and operational support. Involves: Assist users in operation of workstation and GIS software. Analyze information. Recommend acquisitions of software, hardware or other related products. Participate in GIS related coordinating meetings. Perform miscellaneous related duties as required. General Information For complete job specification, click here . Salary Range: $17.10 - $22.60 The starting salary is generally at the beginning of the salary range. Please note: This is an unclassified contract position. Note: Applicants are encouraged to apply immediately. This position will close when a preset number of qualified applications have been received. Note: Applicants with a foreign degree must have all relevant documents translated and evaluated by a college, university, or credentials evaluation services department prior to submitting them to the Human Resources Department. Closing Date/Time:
CITY OF EL PASO, TX El Paso, Texas, United States
Dec 13, 2018
Full Time
Requirements Candidate must have aBachelor's degree in Business or Public Administration, Political Science, Technical Writing, Journalism, or Communications and two (2) years of work experience performing administrative support to elected officials, military officers, board of directors or other high ranking executives in the public or private sector. Licenses and Certificates :Texas Class "C" Driver's License or equivalent from another state. General Purpose Under general supervision, provides administrative support for City Council members including program or project coordination, research and analysis of data, problem and dispute resolution, and preparation of newsletters, reports, and neighborhood communications for a City Representative. Typical Duties Provides City Council members general support and assistance on administrative matters and special programs or projects initiated by City Council members. Involves: Perform investigative and analytical work in researching administrative systems, policies and practices. Coordinate studies with other City departments, governmental agencies, business organizations and civic groups. Prepare and present reports containing results of investigations and recommendations for meetings, speeches and correspondence. Involves: Participate in locating grant resources and writing applications, and drafting ordinances, resolutions, and other documents for internal and public distribution. Attend and participate in meetings and community functions to represent the district as authorized.Perform related incidental duties contributing to realization of unit or team objectives as required. Involves:Substitute for coworkers as qualified and within authorized limits by carrying out specified functions to maintain continuity of ordinary services of district representative's office, if delegated. General Information For a complete job specification click here . Hiring salary range: $37,356.18 - $49,347.52 per year The hiring salary is generally at the beginning of the salary range. Please note: This is an unclassified position. Please note: This is a new advertisementfor Legislative Aide. You must apply if you are still interested in this position. Note: Applicants are encouraged to apply immediately. This position will close when a preset number of qualified applications have been received. Note: Applicants with a foreign degree must have all relevant documents translated and evaluated by a College, University, or Credentials Evaluation Services Department prior to submitting them to the Human Resources Department. Closing Date/Time: 12/18/2018 11:59 PM Mountain
CITY OF EL PASO, TX El Paso, Texas, United States
Dec 13, 2018
Full Time
Requirements Candidate must have aHigh School Diploma or General Education Development equivalent, and three (3) years of journey level experience in trouble-shooting, repair, replacement or rebuilding components of a Streetcar, rail transit equipment or other mechanical, hydraulic, electrical, or electronic equipment OR an Associate's degree in Refrigeration and HVAC Technology, Electronics Technology, Diesel Technology, Automotive Technology or Advanced Welding Technology. Licenses and Certificates : Texas Class C Driver's License or equivalent from another state. Special Requirements: Positions requiring a CDL or of a safety sensitive nature are subject to drug and alcohol testing, and may be required to pass physical qualification examinations in accordance with federal regulations. Ability to successfully complete a City of El Paso Streetcar Yard Operation Training program within sixty (60) days of appointment. General Purpose Under general supervision, perform electrical and mechanical inspections, service, diagnosis, repair and rebuild to maintain streetcar vehicles and equipment. Typical Duties Perform journey-level diagnosis of rail equipment malfunctions, determine probable cause, and make necessary repairs to the rail systems and subsystems, auxiliary power, communications equipment and all other related electromechanical components. Involves: Perform major repairs and rebuilds of Streetcar components and related equipment. Perform inspection, diagnosis, repair and overhaul on Streetcar A/C / D/C electrical systems, climate control systems, compressed air and braking systems, truck assemblies, including wheels, axles, and drive motors. Maintain records of repairs, mileage/time accumulated, component life and overhaul status. Record road calls explaining reason for each occurrence. Perform failure analysis on Streetcar vehicles, analyze breakdowns of specific types of equipment and record trends of equipment failures and results. Move cars with emergency equipment in shops, yards and on the main lines. Perform related duties as required. Involves: Perform duties of immediate supervisor or coworkers as necessary to ensure continuity of operations during absences. Provide guidance, training and assistance to other mechanics and Streetcar staff in proper procedures and safe methods used in Streetcar vehicle maintenance and repair. Maintain daily, a high level of communication with the Streetcar maintenance superintendent. Maintain cleanliness of work area and tools. General Information For complete job specification, click here . Salary Range: $17.43 - $25.25 per hour The starting salary is generally at the beginning of the salary range. Test Information: An evaluation of education and experience will be conducted on qualified applicants. Please Note: Candidate may be required to work various shifts and weekends. Please Note: Candidate must furnish own tools by time of appointment. Note: Applicants are encouraged to apply immediately. This position will close when a preset number of qualified applications have been received. Closing Date/Time: 12/18/2018 11:59 PM Mountain
CITY OF EL PASO, TX El Paso, Texas, United States
Dec 13, 2018
Full Time
Requirements Candidate must have a Doctor of veterinary medicine degree and four (4) years professional veterinary experience, which may include veterinary internship or residency, in shelter or companion animal medicine and surgery, or zoo, exotic, or wild animal medicine and surgery. Licenses and Certificates :Licensed to practice veterinary medicine in the State of Texas by the State Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners prior to appointment or licensed in another state. If licensed in another state, must obtain Texas License within 30 days of appointment. Texas and Federal Controlled Substances Registration, and USDA Accreditation for some positions within 45 days of appointment. Texas Class "C" Driver License or equivalent from another state. General Purpose Under general direction, plan, organize, and supervise animal health, nutrition operations routine health care and medical treatment of animals brought to the Animal Regulation and Disease Control (ARDC) facility or zoo animals. Participate in animal management and safety decisions. Typical Duties Animal Services Positions: Plan, organize and oversee the daily medical operations of the Animal Shelter. Involves: Oversee the development, implementation and enforcement of animal care and disease control regulations. Develop and oversee veterinary division budget and ensure compliance with purchasing procedures. Ensure compliance with all applicable regulatory agencies, animal health and welfare regulations and standards including United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), Food and Drug Administration (FDA), Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA), Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Texas Animal Health Commission (TAHC), Environmental Protections Agency (EPA), Texas Environmental Quality Control Commission and the Animal Welfare Act.Review facilities, protocols and standards for quality assurance.Approve recommended changes in animal housing, and care.Oversee maintenance and control of narcotics and dangerous drugs, animal identification, records and inventory systems. Oversee and provide veterinary care and treatment to animals brought to the Animal Regulation and Disease Control (ARDC) facility. Involves: Perform routine and emergency medical care.Oversee preventive medicine program. Perform surgery and post-operative care. Conduct postmortem examinations. Oversee nutritional standards and programs. Oversee vaccination, parasite control, bio-safety, quarantine and other protocols. Develop and maintain detailed records for animal diets and veterinary care including drug logs. Perform epidemiological investigations. Enforce laws associated with domestic and wild animals. Involves: Oversee and participate in the care, feeding, humane treatment and euthanasia of impounded animals. Ensure proper disposal of animal carcasses. Ensure proper inspection, investigation, epidemiology enforcement and quarantine related to disease and injury resulting from contact with animals and zoonotic diseases. Direct laboratory preparation of sample tissues for disease identification and prevention. Provide advice and counsel to local law enforcement agencies on the acquisition, management, referral, and disposition of canines. Direct the approval and enforcement of licenses and permits governing animal control to ensure compliance with regulations. Zoo Positions: Plan, organize and oversee the daily medical and nutrition operations of the Zoo. Involves: Develop and oversee health and nutrition section budget and ensure compliance with purchasing procedures. Ensure compliance with all applicable regulatory agencies, animal health and welfare regulations and standards including United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), American Zoological Association (AZA), Food and Drug Administration (FDA), Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA), Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Texas Parks and Wildlife, Marine Mammal Act, National Marine Fisheries Service, Texas Animal Health Commission (TAHC), US Fish and Wildlife Service, Environmental Protections Agency (EPA), Texas Environmental Quality Control Commission and the Animal Welfare Act. Review facilities, protocols, and standards to assure quality. Approve recommended changes in animal housing and care. Oversee maintenance and control of narcotics and dangerous drugs, animal identification, records and inventory systems. Provide direction for Commissary Manager and review and approve suggested nutritional program changes. Establish and direct a comprehensive health and nutrition program for the Zoo animal collection. Involves: Develop and oversee implementation and enforcement of animal care and disease control standards and procedures. Develop and oversee preventive medicine program. Develop and oversee nutritional standards and programs. Ensure excellent Zoo animal welfare by reviewing and directing improvements to animal facilities and care when needed. Oversee and provide veterinary care and treatment to Zoo animals. Involves: Perform routine and emergency medical care. Administer anesthesia and direct physical restraint of zoo animals to ensure safety and minimize risk to staff and animals. Perform surgery and post-operative care. Direct laboratory preparation of sample tissues for disease identification and prevention. Conduct postmortem examinations. Oversee vaccination, parasite control, bio-safety, quarantine and other protocols. Develop and maintain detailed records for veterinary care including drug logs. Conduct specialized veterinary tasks. Involves: Participate in development of behavioral enrichment, training, and reproduction programs for animals. Perform epidemiological investigations. Develop and implement employee occupation health program with Medical Advisor to minimize risk of zoonotic and infectious disease to employees and animal collection. All Positions: Represent the department and provide technical support, information and guidance on veterinary and animal welfare issues. Involves: Respond to requests for information on animals, including diets, care, environmental issues and other information. Participate in decisions concerning animal management, which may include animal acquisition, animal disposition, safety, exhibit design and reproductive programs. Attend meetings, conferences and serve on ad hoc committees.May serve as Chairperson for the Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee. May advise and participate in conservation programs and research activities. May review and provide guidance during development of new exhibits and capital projects that impact animal care and welfare. Compile data, generate reports and maintain records and files. Supervise assigned supervisory and non-supervisory staff.Involves: Schedule, assign, instruct, guide and check work.Appraise employee performance and reviewevaluation reports of subordinate supervisors.Provide for training and development.Enforce personnel rules and regulations, standards of conduct, work attendance and safe working practices firmly and impartially.Counsel, motivate and maintain harmony. Interview applicants. Recommend hiring, termination, transfers, discipline, merit pay or other employee status changes. General Information For complete job specification, click here . Salary Range: $79,967.54 - $122,550.26 per year The starting salary is generally at the beginning of the salary range. Please note: This is an unclassified position. Note: Applicants are encouraged to apply immediately. This position will close when a preset number of qualified applications have been received. Note: Applicants with a foreign degree must have all relevant documents translated and evaluated by a college, university, or credentials evaluation services department prior to submitting them to the Human Resources Department. Closing Date/Time: 12/18/2018 11:59 PM Mountain
CITY OF EL PASO, TX El Paso, Texas, United States
Dec 05, 2018
Full Time
Requirements Candidate must have a Bachelor's Degree in planning, public administration, urban design, business, and three (3) years experience in contract compliance monitoring, procurement, and construction project management. Licenses and Certificates :Texas Class "C" Driver's License or equivalent from another state. General Purpose Under general supervision, audit, review, monitor and investigate City bidders and vendors to ensure compliance with the Hire El Paso First Local Bidder Preference Ordinance, Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE), Minority and Womens Business Enterprise (M/WBE) and Section 3 standards. Typical Duties Audit, review and monitor City bidders, vendors, DBE, M/WBE, Section 3 contracts, and DBE, M/WBE, Section 3 subcontractors as assigned for compliance to Hire El Paso First ordinance and DBE, M/WBE, Section 3 standards. Involves: Evaluate submitted applications, bidders, vendors, general contractors and subcontractors and compile a profile for each by preparing a site visit report, business profile, and recommendation for approval or denial of meeting DBE, M/WBE, Section 3 requirements for assigned projects requiring DBE, M/WBE, Section 3 or Hire El Paso First participation monitoring. Examine records, reports, operating practices and other documentation for compliance with established control procedures. Confer with legal department on questions regarding documentation. Investigate the qualifications of City bidders, vendors, DBE, M/WBE, Section 3 contracts, and DBE, M/WBE, Section 3 subcontractors. Involves: Conduct site visits to job sites or business offices to assess qualifications and compliance. Perform transaction and compliance testing to evaluate the adherence to stated policy and procedures. Document result of tests and inquiries by preparing acceptable working papers which record and summarize data on the assigned audit segment. Prepare reports and may present to City Council and governing authorities. Monitor program participants/recipients to ensure quality service is rendered and assess additional needs. Monitor operations of program to ensure compliance with stipulations of grants. Actively refer potential DBE, M/WBE, Section 3 certification applicants and Hire El Paso First Local Bidder Preference Ordinance applicants to the Purchasing & Strategic Sourcing Department. Assist in the management of contractor performance for compliance to contract terms and conditions. Involves: Maintain records for contract compliance, reporting requirements and contract database. Develop tools to improve tracking and efficiencies of compliance and contracting requirements and processes. Collect, analyze and summarize information regarding contractor performance, supply chain, contract expenditures, purchase history, etc. Interpret contractual policies and procedures. Gather data to assist with contract performance evaluations. Complete administrative duties. Involves: Maintain data such as meeting attendance, activity reports, and inspection reports; gather and organize data, as requested. Document problems with bidders, vendors, DBE M/WBE, Section 3 contracts and subcontractor's sites, and programs. Maintain files and database of certified firms. Coordinate and/or attend meetings as a city representative; arrange meeting place, create and send notifications, and prepare agenda; participate in pre-bid meetings. May provide office support on grants. Assist with various procurement related tasks as assigned. General Information For complete job specification, click here . Salary Range: $46,704.00 - $63,482.42 per year. The starting salary is generally at the beginning of the salary range. Please note: This is an unclassified contract position. Please note: Recruitment has been extended to receive applications. Note: Applicants are encouraged to apply immediately. This position will close when a preset number of qualified applications have been received. Note: Applicants with a foreign degree must have all relevant documents translated and evaluated by a College, University or Credentials Evaluation Services Department prior to submitting them to the Human Resources Department. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
CITY OF EL PASO, TX El Paso, Texas, United States
Nov 02, 2018
Full Time
Requirements Candidate must have amaster's degree in museum studies, American history, and two (2) years of museum exhibit development and design, publication, collection care or curatorial experience. Licenses and Certificates : Texas Class C Driver's License or equivalent from another state. General Purpose Under direction, coordinate the identification, preservation, care and storage of museum artifacts and collections; develop museum exhibitions, including interpretive content. Typical Duties Interpret the museum's history collection, planning, researching, curating and managing exhibition projects. Involves: Curate exhibitions that are regionally and historically relevant. Coordinate the research, preservation, authentication, documentation, and exhibition of artifacts. Develop exhibits and artifact display from concept, design, and installation to engage and educate the museum audience. Conduct research providing content writing and reviewing exhibit text and labels and make recommendations on objects and artifacts from collection. Assist in developing new museum interpretive programs focusing on museum's artifacts. Evaluate exhibition and program proposals and make recommendations to management. Prepare catalogs, brochures and biographical or historical information related to artifacts and exhibits. Collaborate with staff to develop collecting strategies and policies. Research pertinent information to identify, and exhibit artifacts; catalog entries and didactic text for exhibitions. Prepare reports on condition of artifacts. Maintain and update information in the curatorial files on artifacts and works as it pertains to museum collections, exhibitions and biographies. Participates in the evaluation process for incoming donations and assist with de-accession. Develop educational activities and publications supporting exhibitions and permanent collection. Involves: Identify subject experts and partner organizations. Participate in developing publicity and publication of printed materials for exhibitions and various curatorial projects. Respond to media inquiries. Meet with educators to develop public service activities or tours; represent the museum at educational and social functions and in the community. Research grants and other external funding sources; meet with historians, archaeologists, ethnographers and other museum professionals to collaborate. Interact with museum members, advisory board members and prospective donors. Participate in administrative duties. Involves: Ensure artifacts are properly handled, preserved, stored and displayed. Update inventory database. Develop curatorial budget. Research, write, and edit grant proposals, journal articles, publicity materials, exhibit brochures and catalogs. Provide designated support for programs, projects or activities. Log activities, prepare and submit recurring or requested activity or status reports. Attend meetings, conventions and civic events to promote museum use and solicit donations. Assist visitors, conduct tours and respond to inquiries. Supervise assigned volunteer staff. Involves: Schedule, assign, and review activities. Prioritize and coordinate museum activities. Instruct, guide and check work. Appraise employee performance and review evaluations by subordinates. Provide training and development of staff, docents and volunteers. Enforce personnel rules, regulations, and work standards. Counsel, motivate and maintain harmony. Interview applicants. Recommend hiring, termination, transfers, discipline, merit pay or other employee status changes. General Information For complete job specification, click here . Salary Range: $44,480.01 - $60,459.45 The starting salary is generally at the beginning of the salary range. Test information: An evaluation of education and experience will be conducted on qualified applicants. Note: Applicants with a foreign degree must have all relevant documents translated and evaluated by a College, University, or Credentials Evaluation Services Department prior to submitting them to the Human Resources Department. Note: Applicants are encouraged to apply immediately. This position will close when a preset number of qualified applications have been received. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
CITY OF EL PASO, TX El Paso, Texas, United States
Nov 01, 2018
Full Time
Requirements Candidate must have aBachelor's degree in accounting, finance, business or public administration, including a concentration of 18 upper division semester credit hours in accounting, and two (2) years of professional accounting experience. Licenses and Certificates :None. General Purpose Under direction, participate in providing professional accounting administrative and advisory services for an assigned program or phase of fiscal support operations. Typical Duties Perform journey level accountant and basic financial analysis duties as required to ensure accurate recording, updating and reporting for designated types of transactions.Involves:Assist in preparation of the Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR).Balance and reconcile general ledger statements; prepare general journal entries (such as revenues, expenditures, and depreciation) to generate fiscal month and year-to-date balance sheets, changes in fund balance and cash flow financial statements.Analyze and prepare financial statements related to individual funds.Perform research and report generation to assist external auditors.Track and report expenditure of federal grant funds and monitor sub-recipient agencies to ensure expenditure of allocated funds meet grant requirements. Maintain and analyze assigned aspects of financial and accounting database and financial management system.Involves:Enter, retrieve and review accounting data from the centralized financial management system and personal computers or source documents such as journal entries, invoices or budget transfers to generate financial reports.Generate periodic accounting or statistical reports to management or regulatory agencies. Analyze expenditure trends and assist in preparation of the annual operating or capital improvement budget. Assist supervisor with daily cash management functions.Involves:Analyze cash activity for previous day, reviewing account transaction exceptions and identify cash needs to meet daily obligations.Identify, prepare and process wire transfers with proper documentation to manage cash flow, prepare detailed daily cash position statement, validate checks for payment.Reconcile bank accounts, mutual funds and investment portfolios.Create and post journal entries, monthly reconciliation of mutual funds and investment portfolio, identify, research, and resolve investment related problems, communicate findings with supervisor, financial institution representatives, auditors or others. Perform related duties as required.Involves:Act as immediate supervisor or work leader if assigned a professional, paraprofessional or clerical support employee as a helper.Substitute for supervisor or coworkers if necessary to ensure continuity of operations during absences.Advise supervisor in a timely manner of situations or issues that have or could lead to deviation from expected results and recommend appropriate solutions or options.Calculate and initiate payments for municipal bonds (principal and interest) and bond administrative fees.As designated security administrator, authorize computer access to bank records and signature plates.Facilitate petty cash advances and reimbursements. General Information For a complete job specification click here . Salary Range: $40,344.68- $54,838.50 per year. The starting salary rate is generally at the beginning of the salary range. Test Date:To be announced. Note: Applicants are encouraged to apply immediately. This position will close when a preset number of qualified applicants have been received. Note: Applicants with a foreign degree must have all relevant documents translated and evaluated by a College, University, or Credentials Evaluation Services Department prior to submitting them to the Human Resources Department. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
CITY OF EL PASO, TX El Paso, Texas, United States
Oct 25, 2018
Full Time
Requirements Candidate must have a Doctor of veterinary medicine degree and two (2) years professional veterinary experience, including veterinary internship or residency, in shelter or companion animal medicine and surgery, or in zoo, wild animal medicine and surgery or completion of residency in zoological medicine. Licenses and Certificates :Licensed to practice veterinary medicine in the State of Texas by the State Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners prior to appointment or licensed in another state. If licensed in another state, must obtain Texas License within 30 days of appointment. Federal Controlled Substances Registration, and USDA Accreditation for some positions within 45 days of appointment. Texas Class "C" Driver License or equivalent from another state. General Purpose Under general direction, supervise and provide routine health care and medical treatment of zoo animals and/or of animals brought to the Animal Regulation and Disease Control (ARDC) facility. Participate in animal management and safety decisions. Typical Duties Render veterinary care and treatment to animals brought to the Animal Regulation and Disease Control (ARDC) facility or to Zoo animals. Involves: Perform routine and emergency medical care.Plan, implement and administer preventive medicine program. Administer anesthesia and direct physical restraint of animals to ensure safety and minimize risk to staff and animals. Perform surgery and post-operative care. Conduct postmortem examinations. Oversee vaccination, parasite control, bio-safety, quarantine and other protocols. Direct laboratory preparation of sample tissues for disease identification and prevention. Maintain detailed records for veterinary care including drug logs. Monitor and recommend changes to animal diets, nutritional standards and programs. Maintain detailed records of veterinary care including controlled drug logs. If assigned to the Animal Shelter, enforce laws associated with domestic and wild animals. Involves: Participate in the care, feeding, humane treatment and euthanasia of impounded animals. Ensure proper disposal of animal carcasses. Ensure proper inspection, investigation, epidemiology enforcement and quarantine related to disease and injury resulting from contact with animals and zoonotic diseases. Direct laboratory preparation of sample tissues for disease identification and prevention. Provide advice and counsel to local law enforcement agencies on the acquisition, management, referral, and disposition of canines. Direct the approval and enforcement of licenses and permits governing animal control to ensure compliance with regulations. Implement and enforce departmental animal care and disease control regulations. Ensure compliance with all applicable regulatory agencies, animal health and welfare regulations and standards including United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), Good and Drug Administration (FDA), Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA), Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Texas Animal Health Commission (TAHC), Environmental Protections Agency (EPA), Texas Environmental Quality Control Commission (TCEQ) and the Animal Welfare Act. Review facilities and standards to assure quality and recommend changes in animal housing and care. If assigned to the Zoo, conduct specialized veterinary tasks. Involves: Participate in development of behavioral enrichment, training, and reproduction programs for animals. Perform epidemiological investigations. Identify and work to resolve animal welfare problems. Implement and enforce departmental animal health and disease control protocols and procedures. Review facilities and procedures to assure quality and recommend changes in animal housing, care, restraint systems and exhibits. Ensure compliance with all applicable regulatory agencies, animal health and welfare regulations and standards including United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), American Zoological Association (AZA), Food and Drug Administration (FDA), Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA), Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Texas Parks and Wildlife, Marine Mammal Act, National Marine Fisheries Service, Texas Animal Health Commission (TAHC), US Fish and Wildlife Service, Environmental Protections Agency (EPA), Texas Environmental Quality Control Commission and the Animal Welfare Act. Participate in maintenance and control of narcotics and dangerous drugs, animal identification, records and inventory systems. Supervise assigned supervisory and non-supervisory staff.Involves: Schedule, assign, instruct, guide and check work.Appraise employee performance and reviewevaluation reports of subordinate supervisors.Provide for training and development.Enforce personnel rules and regulations, standards of conduct, work attendance and safe working practices firmly and impartially.Counsel, motivate and maintain harmony. Interview applicants. Recommend hiring, termination, transfers, discipline, merit pay or other employee status changes. Perform related professional and incidental duties as required. Involves: Substitute, if assigned, for immediate supervisor or coworkers during temporary absences, as qualified, by performing specific duties and responsibilities essential to maintaining continuity of ordinary operations. Attend meetings, conferences and serve on ad hoc committees.May serve as Chairperson for the Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee. Compile data, generate reports and maintain records and files. General Information For complete job specification, click here . Salary Range: $73,230.35 - $110,577.83 The starting salary is generally at the beginning of the salary range. Please note: This position is located at the Department of Animal Services. Please note: This is an unclassified position. Note: Applicants are encouraged to apply immediately. This position will close when a preset number of qualified applications have been received. Note: Applicants with a foreign degree must have all relevant documents translated and evaluated by a College, University of Credentials Evaluation Services Department prior to submitting them to the Human Resources Department. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
CITY OF EL PASO, TX El Paso, Texas, United States
Sep 27, 2018
Full Time
Requirements The El Paso Metropolitan Planning Organization (EPMPO) is seeking an experienced professional to serve as Executive Director of the region's bi-state transportation planning agency. The greater El Paso planning area is a vibrant and dynamic high growth region located in west Texas along the Rio Grande River extending west into Southeast New Mexico. The region borders Mexico to the south and west, generating a significant amount of international trade and has become a major economic driver for the southwest region of the United States. The ideal candidate will preferably possess a master's degree in transportation planning, civil engineering, urban/regional planning, geography, business management, and six years directly related transportation planning experience, or a bachelor's degree in transportation planning, civil engineering, urban/regional planning, geography, business management plus ten years directly related transportation planning experience, or any equivalent combination of related education, training and experience to perform the essential job functions. American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP) certification preferred. Licenses and Certificates :A valid Texas Class "C" Driver's License or equivalent from another state. General Purpose The EPMPO planning area is comprised of El Paso County, Texas, Southern Doña Ana County, New Mexico and a portion of Otero County, New Mexico, totaling over one million residents. The EPMPO is one of 25 metropolitan planning organizations in Texas. These organizations, established by the Federal Government for regions in excess of 50,000 in population, help to develop and fund short and long-range multimodal transportation plans to improve regional mobility, air quality, safety and economic development throughout the region. The EPMPO is composed of members from the local Texas and New Mexico units of government including the Texas and New Mexico Legislative Delegation and the Texas and New Mexico Departments of Transportation within the El Paso metropolitan planning area. The EPMPO Transportation Policy Board (TPB) is composed of 30 elected and/or appointed public officials that have authority for project implementation. A new Chair and Vice Chair are selected yearly. The TPB utilizes an Executive Committee (EC) to oversee the business aspects of the MPO, review the Executive Director, and other assignments as requested or assigned. The Executive Director manages and oversees the day-to-day operations of the organization. There are currently 12 full-time employees and the organization oversees a current operating budget of approximately $2 million, over $214 million in federal funds obligated to the EPMPO's planning area for FY 2017, with a $5.93 billion Metropolitan Transportation Plan. Priorities for the incoming Executive Director include assessing the structure, staffing and operations of the organization, developing a strategic plan, and addressing Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regulated Air Quality compliance issues, to name a few. Typical Duties Direct and oversee the function of the MPO's Long and Short-Range Planning, Programming, Operations, Public Outreach, and Modeling.Involves: Represents the MPO in various interagency, international, national, federal, state, county, and local meetings and activities.Direct the development and review of project executive summaries for the Transportation Policy Board (TPB) and its Committees and other transportation policy makers.Involves: Facilitate assistance to members of the Transportation Policy Board as needed, including preparation and presentation of staff reports and other necessary correspondence.Support the TPB and its Executive Committee (EC), and other committees as required.Direct the preparation of monthly agendas and activities for the Transportation Policy Board (TPB), and the TPB committees.Represent the MPO on New Mexico Department of Transportation and Texas Department of Transportation committees and other work groups as directed.Support the International Transportation Working Group and other Department Of Transportation Border committees or work groups as directed. Develop MPO's goals, objectives, policies, process, and procedures necessary to provide transportation-planning services.Communicate transportation planning and programming, air quality policies, strategies with national and region's elected officials, and state and federal agency staffs.Develop and administer the MPO budget, review program and project budgets and coordinate the request for additional funds for staffing, consultant or contractor assistance, equipment, training, materials, and supplies as necessary.Direct the development of the department's work plan, including reviewing, and evaluating work plan progress and products. Coordinate MPO activities with those of other departments and outside agencies and organizations as required.Review and recommend training for transportation/air quality department employees.Performs necessary personnel evaluations and disciplinary actions.Direct strategic transportation planning for area, sub-area, and corridor analysis.Direct departmental budget and prepares for multi-year forecast.Applies laws, regulations, policies, and guidelines of local, state, and federal government related to regional transportation planning. Performs such other related duties as may be directed. General Information How to Apply For more information, please contact Art Davis at adavis@springsted.com or (816) 868-7042. Interested candidates shouldclick on thelink below, complete the application and upload their cover letter and resume. This position is open until filled; however, interested applicants are strongly encouraged to apply no later than November 13, 2018 . Following this date, applications will be screened against criteria outlined in the recruitment brochure. On-site interviews will be offered by those candidates named as finalists, with reference checks, background checks and academic verifications conducted after receiving candidates' permission. Please visitSpringsted/Waters Executive Recruitmentwebsite at https://springsted-waters.recruitmenthome.com/postings/2103 This recruitment will incorporate existing rules and regulations that govern public sector recruitments in the State of Texas. Information presented to the City of El Paso for consideration may be made available to the public, in accordance with public disclosure/open records laws. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
CITY OF EL PASO, TX El Paso, Texas, United States
Sep 20, 2018
Full Time
Requirements Candidate must have the equivalent to two (2) years of experience operating light or medium trucks, tractors and related automotive equipment. Licenses and Certificates : Texas Class "B" Commercial Driver's License (CDL) or equivalent from another state. Some positions may require a Texas Class "A" CDL or equivalent from another state. CDL may require specialized endorsements depending on area of assignment. Some positions may require a Municipal Solid Waste Operator Class C License. Special Requirements: Positions requiring a CDL or positions of a safety sensitive are subject to drug and alcohol testing in accordance with federal regulations. Some positions must pass a criminal background check and obtain and maintain federally mandated security clearance for working at an airport. General Purpose Under general supervision, operate any of a variety of general or specialized medium sized motorized equipment utilized in construction, repair, maintenance and other operations of numerous departments, divisions and activities, as qualified. Typical Duties Operate medium equipment, including, but not limited to, 18 wheel semi-tractor/trailer; asphalt distributor, grapple, jet rodder equipped vacuum, personnel lift and roll off trucks; gang and slope mowers; and other specialized equipment, such as, backhoe, chip box spreader, earth saw, farm tractor with implements, front loader, street sweeper, trencher and truck-mounted crane, as assigned. Involves: Attach, set up, start, stop, position, guide and manipulate powered mechanical, electrical, hydraulic or pneumatic apparatus to dig, push, pile or load materials. Monitor instruments and adjust such factors as speed, flow, temperature and pressure when feeding, bearing-off, hoisting and transporting solids or fluids. Perform other difficult construction, repair, maintenance or operations related work. Inspect work site prior to, during and following activities. Identify, recommend and undertake work according to priorities and established schedules. Direct a small crew of laborers or other workers in routine tasks, if delegated. Involves: As assigned or authorized, participate in non-personnel administration related duties including, but not limited to assign and inspect work, train employees. Perform various related duties as required. Involves: Inspect, clean, grease and fuel equipment. Identify and perform basic equipment preventative maintenance servicing and minor repair work to maintain operating condition and meet safety requirements. Engage in manual labor as necessary to work assignment. Interact with other departments, employees, contractors, vendors or the public. General Information For a complete job specification, click here . Salary Range: $12.65 - $17.79 per hour The starting salary is generally at the beginning of the salary range. Test information:To be announced. Note: Interested persons must apply. Please note: Applicants are encouraged to apply immediately, this position may close once a preset number of applicants have been received. Closing Date/Time:
CITY OF EL PASO, TX El Paso, Texas, United States
Aug 09, 2018
Full Time
Requirements Candidate must have aLaw Degree Licenses and Certificates : Texas Bar License General Purpose Under direction, perform a variety of legal duties supporting the City Attorney's Office (CAO). Typical Duties Serve as legal advisor to City officials, management and staff as assigned by the City Attorney. Involves: Prepare and review opinions, contracts, resolutions, ordinances, regulations, leases, licenses, public communications, policies and procedures, and a wide variety of other legal documents. Conduct legal research on municipal issues and present recommendations and solutions to minimize risk and safeguard the City's operations to City management, staff and City Council. Receive and review claims and lawsuits filed against the City; assist and represent the City in its defense. Prepare and draft a variety of correspondence including letters, memos and pleadings regarding litigation, settlements, plea bargains and negotiations. Prepare for and participate in court proceedings, including hearings, mediation and trials; arrange for and attend depositions; prosecute municipal court cases. Attend and participate in meetings for, and provide legal support and advice to, City commissions, committees and boards. Serve as liaison between outside counsel and the CAO for specialized legal matters. Read, edit and research staff reports for City Council. Monitor changes and trends in legislation covering municipal regulations, real property and risk management issues, and civil and criminal laws; evaluate legislative impact on City and CAO operations, and recommend operational, procedural and policy improvements. Assist City departments to develop and/or amend policies and procedures to maintain legal compliance. Represent the City in negotiating legal issues; assure that legal issues are resolved within City policy guidelines; assure effective communication of legal issues with the City Attorney and City principals. Review and respond to open records requests pursuant to the Texas Public Information Act. Support the relationship between the City of El Paso and the public by demonstrating courteous and cooperative behavior when interacting with citizens, visitors and City staff; promote the City goals and priorities. Maintain absolute confidentiality of work-related issues and City information. Perform other legal duties as required or assigned. Prosecute actions in Municipal Court. Involves: represent the City in the prosecution of violations of City of El Paso ordinances and Class C misdemeanors. Perform municipal court legal duties as required or assigned. Supervise assigned staff. Involves: Schedule, assign, instruct, guide and check work. Appraise employee performance. Provide for training and development, enforce personnel rules and regulations, and work behavior standards firmly and impartially. Counsel, motivate and maintain harmony. Interview applicants. Recommend hiring, termination, transfers, discipline, merit pay or other employee status changes. The above-referenced duties are typical for this classification. Incumbents may not perform all of the listed duties and/or may be required to perform additional or different duties from those set forth below to address business needs and changing business practices. General Information Interested candidates mustattach a cover letter and resume with their application. For a complete job specification, click here . Salary Range: $79,220 - $110,389.25 / Annually The starting salary is generally at the beginning of the salary range. Please note: This is an appointed position. Note: Applicants with a foreign degree must have all relevant documents translated and evaluated by a College, University, or Credentials Evaluation Services Department prior to submitting them to the Human Resources Department. Note: Applicants are encouraged to apply immediately. This position will close when a preset number of qualified applications have been received. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
CITY OF EL PASO, TX El Paso, Texas, United States
Dec 13, 2018
Full Time
Requirements Candidate must havea Bachelor's degree in social/behavioral science, human resource management, business or public administration, and two (2) years of professional human resources experience. Licenses and Certificates :Human Resources Certification from the HR Certification Institute, International Public Management Association for Human Resources or Society of Human Resource Management within six (6) months following appointment. Valid Class "C" Driver License or equivalent from another state. General Purpose Under direction, perform professional work in the development and application of techniques used in human resources including classification and compensation, recruitment and examination, training and employee relations. Typical Duties Participate in the maintenance and development of the city compensation and classification plan.Involves:Conduct job classification audits.Analyze effect of proposed change on similar positions.Recommend FLSA designation. Review personnel services contracts.Prepare new job specifications and scope of duties.Conduct analysis to determine cost and impact.Prepare justification for action to present to department, Civil Service Commission or City Council.Participate in work organization and work force utilization studies.Conduct and participate in salary surveys.Review and generate staffing table changes and make recommendations for approval for Working Out of Class requests. Analyze and recommend changes to organizational structures. Perform recruitment and testing functions.Involves:Prepare examination and recruitment plan.Meet with directors or subject matter experts to review, revise and write exams.Conduct job analysis, item selection, item analysis, develop performance examination, oral boards, and assessment centers.Conduct evaluation of education and experience and determine ranking. Provide training for oral and assessment center exams.Review applications for minimum qualifications.Develop and administer assessment centers, evaluate and analyze results.Prepare responses to selection and testing appeals.Develop and validate selection procedures. Perform employee relations and training functions.Involves:Counsel employees and supervisors on policies and procedures.Gather and analyze information to compose draft responses for Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) charges, grievances, employee discipline, and complaints.Investigate complaints alleging harassment, sexual harassment, discrimination, violation of City policies and/or state and federal regulations.Gather data and prepare recommendations for appropriate course of action. Develop and conduct training. Conduct exit interviews. Provide analysis of human resources processes within area of assignment.Involves:Analyze statistical data to determine compensation rates and trends, test/rater reliability, intercorrelations of selection procedures, adverse impact, score distributions and passing points, results of job analysis research, appropriateness of test items and other analysis as required. Assist in data analysis supporting collective bargaining.Consult with supervisors and human resource staff concerning testing and selection procedures and results of statistical analysis.Conduct and analyze surveys, as assigned. Represent the department and provide technical information and guidance on assigned functions and activities.Involves:Respond to requests for information on policies and procedures.Make recommendation for more efficient delivery of services.Draft and provide interpretation of policies and procedures.Prepare complex comprehensive documents on compensation analysis, classification studies, statistical analysis, test analysis, special reports and recommendations.Conduct special projects and administer programs, as assigned.Attend Civil Service Commission meetings, City Council, professional meetings and other gatherings to represent the department. Review automated data processing capabilities and needs, make recommendations for system changes, enhancements, and training users.Involves:Research technical management needs such as hardware, software. Install and test new application releases.Instruct users in various standard business applications as well as network applications.Consult with systems personnel to resolve system problems and modify existing programs.Participate in systems administration such as initial setup, define users, configure systems environment.Set up accounts for users, verify access, monitor workstations and provide assistance, resolution expertise and training to end users, creating new or modifying existing management reports.Provide technical support to users. Supervise assigned personnel.Involves:Schedule, assign, instruct, guide and check work.Appraise employee performance.Provide for training and development.Enforce personnel rules and regulations and work behavior standards firmly and impartially.Counsel, motivate and maintain harmony.Interview applicants.Recommend hiring, termination, transfers, discipline, merit pay or other employee status changes. General Information For a complete job specification, click here . Salary Range: $46,704.00 to $63,482.42 per year The starting salary rate is generally at the beginning of the salary range. Test Date:To be announced Please note: Recruitment extended until December 18, 2018 to receive applications. Note: Applicants are encouraged to apply immediately. This position will close when a preset number of qualified applications have been received. Note: Applicants with a foreign degree must have all relevant documents translated and evaluated by a College, University, or Credentials Evaluation Services Department prior to submitting them to the Human Resources Department. Closing Date/Time: 12/18/2018 11:59 PM Mountain
CITY OF EL PASO, TX El Paso, Texas, United States
Oct 25, 2018
Full Time
Requirements Candidate must have aDoctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from an AVMA accredited veterinary school orEducational Commission for Foreign Veterinary Graduates (ECFVG) certification. Licenses and Certificates : Licensed to practice veterinary medicine in the State of Texas by the State Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners prior to appointment or licensed in another state. If licensed in another state, must obtain Texas License within 30 days of appointment. USDA Accreditation within six (6) months of appointment. Texas Class "C" Driver's License or equivalent from another state. General Purpose Under the direction of the Veterinarian, provide high quality routine and emergency health care and treatment of zoo animals or of animals brought to the Animal Regulation and Disease Control (ARDC) facility (dependent on position posted) (as a professional member of the Animal Health and Nutrition team). Typical Duties Render veterinary care and treatment to animals.Involves: Perform routine and emergency medical care. Conduct preventive medicine including implementation of vaccination, parasite control, bio-safety, quarantine, and other protocols.Direct laboratory preparation of sample tissues for disease identification and prevention.Perform surgery and post-operative care.Conduct postmortem examinations. Maintain detailed records of veterinary care including drug logs.Collaborate with Veterinarian on review of animal diets, preventative medicine protocols, and animal husbandry and welfare. Conduct specialized veterinary tasks.Involves: Participate in behavioral enrichment, research, and reproduction programs for animals.Perform epidemiological investigations. Provide technical support, information and guidance on veterinary issues.Respond to requests for information on animals, including diets, care, environmental issues and other information. Perform related professional and incidental duties as required.Involves: Substitute, if assigned, for immediate supervisor or coworkers during temporary absences, as qualified, by performing specific duties and responsibilities essential to maintaining continuity of ordinary operations.Attend meetings, conferences and serve on ad hoc committees. Compile data, generate reports and maintain records and files. General Information For complete job specification, click here . Salary Range: $58,484.86-$81,732.59 Annually The starting salary is generally at the beginning of the salary range. Test information: An evaluation of education and experience will be conducted on qualified applicants. Please note: This position is at the Department of Animal Services. Note: Applicants are encouraged to apply immediately. This position will close when a preset number of qualified applications have been received. Note: Applicants with a foreign degree must have all relevant documents translated and evaluated by a College, University, or Credentials Evaluation Services Department prior to submitting them to the Human Resources Department. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
CITY OF EL PASO, TX El Paso, Texas, United States
Oct 04, 2018
Full Time
Requirements Candidate must have a High School Diploma or GED, twelve (12) semester hours of credit in any field of study from an accredited college or university, six months of general work experience involving public contact, and be twenty-one (21) years of age by the date of graduation from the Academy; or A High School Diploma or GED, an associate's degree or sixty (60) semester hours of credit in any field of study from an accredited college or university, six months of general work experience involving public contact, honorable discharge from the United States armed forces after at least two (2) years of active service, and be eighteen (18) years of age by the date of graduation from the Academy. All applicants must be current U.S. citizens, passa background investigation, and successfully complete a physical, psychological and drug exam prior to starting the Academy. Applicants with prior military service may not currently have a dishonorable discharge or other discharge based on misconduct which bars future military service. Licenses and Certificates : Texas Class "C" Driver's License or equivalent from another state by time of application. Basic Peace Officer License issued byTexas Commission on Law Enforcement Standards and education TCOLE upon completion of training. General Purpose Under immediate supervision, learn general and specific state and local law enforcement policies, tactics and procedures to qualify for certification as a Texas Peace Officer. Typical Duties Participate in and complete police academy classroom and designated police command field training. Involves: Attend lectures and demonstrations, engage in practice sessions, read textbooks and instructional manuals, and prepare and submit study assignments about law enforcement, Texas penal and related codes, firearms and other weapons care and use, marksmanship, department requirements, policies and procedures, traffic laws and control, arrest methods, two-way radio operation, defensive driving, safety and emergency response techniques, accident investigation, ethics, report writing, and community relations principles. Engage in miscellaneous related public safety activities as required. Involves: Respond to emergency incidents as qualified to perform simple protective services and victim rescue tasks in accordance with specific instructions of the Training Chief. Participate in rigorous daily physical training program. General Information For a complete job specification, click here . Salary Range: $16.60 - $24.04 hourly The starting salary is generally at the beginning of the salary range. TestInformation: Written exam:January 14, 2019 -January 20, 2019 Job Simulation Exam: February 7, 2019 &February 14, 2019 126thAcademy Class tentatively to begin July 29, 2019 Applicants who successfully achieve a passing score on the written exam and job simulation, and turn in their CBI,will be placed on the eligible list and may proceed with the hiring process. Note: Applicants are encouraged to apply immediately. This position will close when a preset number of qualified applications have been received. Note: Applicants with a foreign degree must have all relevant documents translated and evaluated by a College, University, or Credentials Evaluation Services Department prior to submitting them to the Human Resources Department. Closing Date/Time: 2/6/2019 11:59 PM Mountain
CITY OF EL PASO, TX El Paso, Texas, United States
Dec 13, 2018
Full Time
Requirements Candidate must have aHigh School diploma or GED, and one (1) year experience handling, transporting or storing materials or supplies. Licenses and Certificates : Some positions may require a Texas Class "C" Driver's License or equivalent from another state.Some positions may require counter balancer forklift Special Requirements: Positions requiring a CDL or positions of a safety sensitive are subject to drug and alcohol testing in accordance with federal regulations. General Purpose Under general supervision, assist in the maintenance of adequate supplies inventory for assigned area of responsibility, may provide for counting, coding, recording and classification of city assets. Typical Duties Provide service, parts and supplies to assigned unit personnel.Involves:Assist mechanics at the service counter to issue maintenance parts as needed.Provide automotive parts to mechanics using designated vehicle parts specification guides.Match and verify merchandise and fuels received with invoices and specifications.Service and make minor repairs to equipment; maintain chemical machines to replenish solvents required to clean parts.Load, unload, move and store materials.Utilize and read technical manuals and access computer programs to identify parts.Stock uniforms and other goods. Assemble or disassemble furniture and equipment, when required. Prepare maintenance repair records. Order, receive, and inspect for damages, stock, issue and deliver materials.Involves:Order and package supplies for delivery.Contact vendors to identify price and date shipped.Arrange for parts and equipment to be picked up from vendors.Inspect goods delivered for shipping damage.Identify goods that need to be returned and ship items back for credit.Shelve, stack and position stock in warehouses.Stock parts in their respective locations. Issue parts and track receipt.Make deliveries (water samples, payroll and other documents) to assigned areas. Post expenditures, monitory supply and materials cost, perform routine accounting functions.Involves:Assure Purchase Order or petty cash is available to individuals picking up materials.Post items and charge to accounts, organizational unit, vehicle, employee or other designated category appropriately.Compile data and figures for ordering uniforms. Count, record, track and classify assets.Identify and correct discrepancies in coding of assets.Identify assets previously not recorded and barcode non-coded city assets.Scan property barcodes and account for assets for fiscal year end.Track City assets, non-expendable property and equipment with a value over $50.00. Track transfers and thefts.Update Asset Reporting System and record type, quantity, location and value of fixed assets. Prepare asset listing, account for shortages and provide accountability documents for lost and/or damaged city assets. Conduct inventory of assets, parts and supplies in assigned area.Conduct annual or as assigned inventories.Involves:Numerically mark items/apply control labels for inventory purposes.Participate in inventory by locating, and counting/recording items manually and/or utilize bar code reader to assist in inventory process.Maintain cleanliness of warehouse.Adjust inventory records to reflect all purchases, adds new and tracks reassigned property and equipment to inventory.Prepares items and updates inventory of property disposals.Enter inventory data into databases.File reports, purchase orders, requisitions, and work orders.Correct inventory records to reflect accurate stock levels and maintain transaction records. General Information For complete job specification, click here. Salary Range: $11.17 - $15.22 per hour. The starting salary is generally at the beginning of the salary range. Test date: January 22, 2019 Note: Applicants are encouraged to apply immediately. This position will close when a preset number of qualified applications have been received. Closing Date/Time: 12/18/2018 11:59 PM Mountain
CITY OF EL PASO, TX El Paso, Texas, United States
Dec 13, 2018
Full Time
Requirements Candidate must have a Bachelor's degree in business or public administration or urban or regional planning or design, and eight (8) years of professional urban or regional planning experience, including three (3) years supervisory experience. General Purpose Under administrative direction, plan, implement, organize and direct the Planning Division of the Planning and Inspections Department to develop short and long range planning, zoning review, and community development in accordance with state and federal grant requirements. Typical Duties Plan, organize, manage and direct all planning, land development and management and federal and state functions within the City.Involves:Oversee and assign work that involves preparing, revising and maintaining a comprehensive plan that addresses the physical, economic, demographic, environmental and social components of the City.Oversee, research and prepare specific functions of the department including long-range planning, comprehensive planning, zoning, subdivisions, form based codes, land development, land ownership patterns, land use regulations, land use studies, records, maps, demographics, personnel administration and community development.Explore methods for improving the planning process by developing plans and programs that are new and innovative.Manage priorities and progress of projects and activities. Plan, design, implement and review department short and long-term goals and priorities.Involves:Collect and analyze data. Prepare a variety of reports regarding division activities, accomplishments and goals.Implement and enforce department policies and procedures.Design, establish and maintain an organizational structure and staffing to effectively accomplish the organization's goals and objectives. Research and prepare economic and fiscal impact analyses relating to assigned community issues and/or projects and educates media representatives and the general public concerning such findings and impact, Prepares State and Federal grants for financial assistance within the municipality and administers related funds. Develop related ordinances, review building sites for approval and provide information and advice to business organizations as necessary and requested. Coordinate planning issues and projects within citizen groups and affected members of the public. Assist in development of budget.Monitor and approve expenditures. Perform related duties as required.Involves:Perform duties of department director, if necessary to ensure continuity of operations during absences.Attend departmental meetings, conferences, workshops training sessions and reviews publications, and audiovisual materials to become and remain current on the principles, practices and new developments in assigned work areas. Supervise assigned personnel.Involves:Participate, authorize or approve the hiring of staff.Supervise directly and through subordinate supervisors.Schedule, Assign and check work.Appraise employee performance and review evaluations by subordinate supervisors.Provide for training and development.Enforce personnel rules and regulations and work behavior standards firmly and impartially.Counsel, motivate and maintain harmony. As appointing authority, interview applicants and recommend hire, terminate, transfer, discipline, and assign merit pay or other employee status changes. Represent the department in a professional manner.Involves:Meet with city management, and outside agency officials to inform of pending expansions or relocations.Make presentations to City management, Mayor and Council, boards and commissions members and other officials as required. Interact with a variety of governmental agencies, architects, engineers, neighborhood associations, private sector officials, school board members and others to provide and gather accurate information.Work with other city departments to provide assistance or gather information. Respond to citizen's requests in a courteous and timely manner. General Information For complete job specification, click here . Salary Range: $88,883.92 - $137,547.87 per year The starting salary is generally at the beginning of the salary range. Please note: This is an UnclassifiedExecutive position. Note: Applicants are encouraged to apply immediately. This position will close when a preset number of qualified applications have been received. Note: Applicants with a foreign degree must have all relevant documents translated and evaluated by a college, university, or credentials evaluation services department prior to submitting them to the Human Resources Department Closing Date/Time: 1/15/2019 11:59 PM Mountain
CITY OF EL PASO, TX El Paso, Texas, United States
Dec 13, 2018
Full Time
Requirements Candidate must have aHigh School diploma or GED, and three (3) years payroll work experience or a combination of two years (2) of payroll experience and one (1) year accounting support. Licenses and Certificates : None. General Purpose Under general supervision, perform complex standard payroll processing for a combination of large union and nonunion departmentalworkforcesin accordance with established procedures. Typical Duties Maintain intricate payroll records, prepare payroll and provide related human resources support for a municipal public safety department pursuant to labor contracts and addendums, government regulations, and City and internal instructions pertaining to all levels of employees Involves: Verify dual departmental payrolls for accuracy, and review terms and conditions of collective bargaining agreements (CBAs), associated memoranda of understanding (MOUs), applicable federal laws such as the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) and Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) and allied state laws, Civil Service Rules and Regulations, and City and internal administrative policies and directives for relevance to additions, changes and deletions affecting pay and benefits of individuals and groups, secure guidance from functionally responsible City or department staff regarding questionable actions or records discrepancies that to be in violation, initiate corrections to earnings, benefits and leave accruals and balances as directed, and document reconciliation to validate the payroll process when audited. Gather and code time and attendance data, prepare, calculate, balance and enter sheets for each employee, and prepare appropriate absentee report documentation. Monitor and prepare adjustment forms for merit, competency, longevity, demotion, promotion, certification, education incentive, overtime, shift differential, court appearance, shift rescheduling or change, and other actions affecting pay or work time. Prepare, calculate and submit supplemental payments such as overtime, leave amortization, retroactive adjustments. Assist employees with sick, personal, vacation, civic, unpaid and other leave issues. Provide employees with information regarding policy and benefit changes. Maintain staffing table and update personnel roster as requested. Prepare and submit personnel requisitions on vacant positions. Research, compile and provide current and projected personal services or other expense and statistical information in response to inquiries and for use by those who engage in budget preparation. Prepare internal and external correspondence concerning payroll related issues as required. Prepare travel requests and reconcile travel expenses. Prepare workers' compensation or disability claims forms. Act as liaison to other departments to facilitate employee transfers. Participate in review and revision of procedures that impact payroll processing. Perform related duties as required. Involves: Lead less knowledgeable employees in related clerical duties. Perform specified standard accounting clerical collection, disbursement, purchasing or bookkeeping work such as documentation and processing related to accounts payable and receivable, or duties of coworkers if necessary to ensure continuity of operations if assigned. Dispense requested supplies and requisition replacements for depleted stocks. Answer phones, compose and type correspondence, and perform other miscellaneous clerical duties as assigned. Answer questions and provide information. Conduct general administrative support research by gathering information from files and prepare documenting paperwork or forms as needed. Maintain and update computerized or hard copy records. General Information For complete job specification click here. Salary Range: $12.31 - $16.78 per hour The starting salary is generally at the beginning of the salary range. Test Date: January 11, 2019 Note: Applicants are encouraged to apply immediately. This position will close when a preset number of qualified applications have been received. Closing Date/Time: 12/18/2018 11:59 PM Mountain
CITY OF EL PASO, TX El Paso, Texas, United States
Dec 13, 2018
Full Time
Requirements Candidate must have a Bachelor's degree in engineering, and four (4) years professional engineering experience as a Registered Professional Engineer in the public sector, including two (2) years of supervisory experience in the area of assignment. Licenses and Certificates :Valid Texas Professional Engineer License by time of application, or equivalent transferable from another state which must be converted to Texas Registration within one (1) year following appointment.Some positions may require a Texas Class "C" Driver's License or equivalent issued by another state by time of appointment. General Purpose Under general direction, plan, direct and coordinate professional engineering services in the areas of municipal and utility construction, engineering services and/or traffic engineering by supervising professional engineering staff. Typical Duties Direct, plan, administer and evaluate building, engineering, traffic, environmental, and public works divisions' capital projects and programs.Involves: Construction Services: Administer the selection of consultants and private engineers and architects to perform construction services for the City to include negotiating fees on all design agreements.Monitor construction projects for compliance with design specifications, and cost and schedule stipulations.Produce plans and specifications for construction projects, streets and drainage structures.Inspect new construction.Resolve conflicts.Assure quality control.Prepare, assemble, issue and affix professional engineering and surveying seals to engineering drawings and technical specifications.Liaison with City departments, contractors and regulatory agencies on construction projects. Engineering Services: Manage, direct and supervise the Engineering Services Division consisting of Program Management and Design Sections.Develop design criteria consisting of procedures and standards for the preparation of construction documents of street and drainage improvements, park and site improvements, public buildings and public work improvements.Develop design criteria and set parameters for the preparation of construction plans and specifications.Direct, review and control project development and inspection of construction projects for compliance to approved plans and specifications.Direct and control review of plans submitted by city departments and private consultants.Prepare, formulate, originate and review cost estimates for public work's improvement projects.Oversee and administer the construction management contracts of outside contractors. Traffic Services : plan, evaluate and manage the Engineering Traffic Division's design function, Traffic Management Center, and Transportation Planning section operations, activities and technical services.Design, assign, review and supervise the installation of traffic control devices to promote a safe environment for citizens.Establish traffic signal system including signal timing and related improvements to traffic flow.Review plans and specifications prepared by staff, consultants and other departments for design, compliance to standards and specifications. Manage projects and compliance with pertinent regulations.Involves:Review plans and specifications prepared by staff and consultants for design problems and compliance to standards.Oversee adherence to divisional policies, City, state and federal regulations.Prepare letters to regulatory agencies, consultants, and contractors regarding Notice to Proceed.Review plans and specifications for construction projects, purchase orders, change orders, and grant requests.Make decisions effecting public safety and large expenditures.Utilize computerized engineering and mapping information.Perform field investigations, assess divisional issues and prepare related records and statistical reports.Conduct meetings and represent department in advisory committees.Participate in department strategic planning initiatives.Make recommendations to department head regarding application of new materials or construction methods. Prepare and administer division annual operating budget, administer and review contracts.Involves:Monitor fiscal expenditures of funds for personnel and materials.Oversee multi-million dollar projects. Set technical specifications and design contract agreements, construction contract agreements, sign off on recommended approval of plans and technical specifications.Monitor adherence to contract technical provisions and deadlines.Administer design agreements for compliance with scope, budget and contract terms.Discuss and resolve issues related to project management and funding. Supervise assigned professional, supervisory, and administrative support personnel.Involves:Schedule, assign, instruct, guide and check work.Appraise employee performance and review evaluations by subordinates.Provide for training and development; enforce personnel rules and regulations, and work behavior standards firmly and impartially.Counsel, motivate and maintain harmony.Interview applicants.Recommend hiring, termination, transfers, discipline, merit pay or other employee status changes.Enforce safety rules and regulations. General Information For complete job specification, click here . Salary Range: $79,967.54 - $122,550.26 per year The starting salary is generally at the beginning of the salary range. Please note: This is an unclassified position. Note: Applicants with a foreign degree must have all relevant documents translated and evaluated by a College, University, or Credentials Evaluation Services Department prior to submitting them to the Human Resources Department. Note: Applicants are encouraged to apply immediately. This position will close when a preset number of qualified applications have been received. Closing Date/Time: 12/25/2018 11:59 PM Mountain
CITY OF EL PASO, TX El Paso, Texas, United States
Nov 26, 2018
Full Time
Requirements Candidate must have aBachelor's degree in architecture or architectural engineering, and four (4) years of experience in the practice of architecture. Licenses and Certificates :Registration as a Professional Architect in the State of Texas or a state having reciprocal agreement and the ability to obtain registration in Texas within one (1) year of appointment. General Purpose Under direction, plan, coordinate and direct urban design, architectural and construction project development, oversee project implementation, and supervise staff. Typical Duties Plan, review and coordinate architectural and/or urban design projects.Involves:Prepare form based code plans, building scale plans, and architectural designs for construction and renovation projects.Review plans and specifications prepared by staff and consultants for design problems, construction issues and compliance to standards.Prepare and evaluate building spatial designs and plans.Review construction projects and coordinate elements with construction engineers.Conduct pre and post construction field inspections. Prepare technical reports and prepare presentations regarding projects.Prepare graphic drawings for presentation.Utilize computer design software and equipment.Administer design agreements for compliance with scope, budget and contract terms.Discuss and resolve issues related to project management and funding.Assist in the preparation of bid requests and bid award in the selection of architectural consultants.Serve as safety advisor. Meet with City officials and interested parties to move a project to completion. Prepare facilities budget and monitor expenditures.Process and review work orders, coordinate the repair of replacement of equipment and material purchases. Supervise assigned staff.Involves:Schedule, assign, instruct in, guide and check work.Appraise employee performance and review evaluations by subordinates.Provide for training and development; enforce personnel rules and regulations, and work behavior standards firmly and impartially.Counsel, motivate and maintain harmony.Interview applicants.Recommend hiring, termination, transfers, discipline, merit pay or other employee status changes.Enforce safety rules and regulations. General Information For complete job specification, click here . Salary Range: $50,461.35 -$70,519.73 per year The starting salary is generally at the beginning of the salary range. Test Information: An evaluation of education and experience will be conducted on qualified applicants. Note: Applicants with a foreign degree must have all relevant documents translated and evaluated by a College, University, or Credentials Evaluation Services Department prior to submitting them to the Human Resources Department. Note: Applicants are encouraged to apply immediately. This position will close when a preset number of qualified applications have been received. Closing Date/Time: Continuous