Doral, incorporated on January 28, 2003, in one of thirty-four municipalities in Miami-Dade County, Florida. Conveniently located just one mile from Miami International Airport and twelve miles from Downtown Miami, our City is home to approximately 58,000 residents and regularly hosts in excess of 100,000 people who work within the City. The City of Doral occupies a land area of 15 square miles bordered on the west by the Ronald Reagan Turnpike, to the north by the Town of Medley, to the east by the Palmetto Expressway and to the South by the City of Sweetwater.

The City of Doral has operated under the Mayor-Council-Manager form of government since incorporation. Policymaking and legislative authority are vested in a governing council consisting of the mayor and four other council members. The Council, which is elected at large, is responsible among other things, for passing ordinances and resolutions, adopting the annual budget, appointing the City Manager, City Clerk and City Attorney. The City Manager is responsible for carrying out the policies and ordinances of the Council, for overseeing the daily operations of the government, and for appointing the heads of various departments.

The City of Doral offers a wide range of services through its departments including the Office of the City Manager, Office of the City Clerk, Finance Department, Community Development Department, Public Works Department, Parks and Recreation Department, and Police Department. Described as the premier place to live, work, learn and play, our many assets provide for a superior quality of life in an urban center known for its commerce.

7 job(s) at City of Doral

City of Doral, FL Doral, Florida, United States
Apr 20, 2019
Full Time
General Purpose Hiring Salary Range: $53,505.07 - $59,670.00 (Depends on Qualifications) Position Range: $53,505.07 - $82,932.85 Performs a variety of routine and complex technical work in connection with the duty to enforce all of the provisions of the Florida Building Code, Miami-Dade County Code, City Code, and other related codes. Supervision Received and Exercised This position is classified as a non-exempt, full-time position with a 37.5 hour work-week. Essential Duties and Responsibilities Essential Functions: Reviews building plans for compliance with the Florida Building Code and other applicable codes. Approves plan revisions. Calculates permit fees. Inspects new and existing buildings and structures to ensure compliance with the applicable codes and approved plans and specifications. Inspects residential and commercial buildings to ensure that they conform to the applicable codes. Issues verbal and written notices of code violation and citations for code violations. Assists in resolving complex and sensitive customer service issues, either personally, by telephone or in writing. Maintains records and documents of customer service issues and resolutions. Researches problems and complaints regarding commercial and residential work and code compliance. Observes building conditions and issues notices of violations for corrections of violations. Attends annual continuing education courses for re-certification. Performs duties as may be delegated by the Building Official. Enforces and explains pertinent sections of the Building Code. Enforces and explains pertinent sections of the Electrical Code. Presents code violation cases to the Code Compliance Special master. Maintains high ethical, honesty and moral standards. Assists the Department director with issues relating to vehicle fleet maintenance. Performs any other duties as assigned by the Building Official and/or Chief Electrical Inspector. Additional Duties: Performs other related work as required. Minimum Qualifications MINIMUM EDUCATION AND TRAINING A High School Diploma or a GED equivalent, supplemented by five (5) years of related experience. Standard certification by the State of Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation as an inspector and plans examiner. Provisional certification in those categories will be acceptable for the period allowed prior to obtaining standard certification. Must meet the licensing qualifications set forth in Article II Chapter 8, Section 8-21 of the Code of Miami-Dade County for Electrical Inspector and plans examiner and have or be able to obtain a certificate from the Miami-Dade County Board of Rules and Appeals. Must have a valid motor vehicle operator's license. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS AND STANDARDS REQUIRED Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Apply technical knowledge and follow proper inspection techniques to examine workmanship, methods and materials of construction. Extensive knowledge of current codes and regulatory standards governing the state's building construction industry in the respective trade/discipline. Extensive knowledge of all functions relevant to the processing and approval of building construction projects in the respective trade/discipline, e.g. plans review, licensing, permitting, inspections. Ability to detect deviations from plans, regulations and standard construction practices. Communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing. Ability to get along with others and work effectively and courteously with the public and fellow workers. Ability to operate basic office equipment, e.g., computer terminals, printers, copy machines, telephone systems, facsimile machines. Ability to use computers for data entry. Ability to prepare and/or process purchase orders. Ability to make recommendations that impact the budget. Ability to accept checks for overtime inspections. Ability to use or repair medium equipment and machinery, such as vehicles or commercial mowers. Must be fluent in the English language. Ability to communicate in Spanish is a plus. Must be a non-smoker. The minimum requirements may be waived by the City Manager. Physical Requirements : Ability to balance on narrow, slippery or erratically moving surfaces; climb, crouch, finger, handle, kneel, lift; receive information through oral communication; make rational decisions; make repetitive motions with the hands; express ideas by speaking accurately/loudly/quickly; use visual acuity to perform activities such as viewing a computer terminal, making general observations of facilities and operating heavy equipment; and walk from one work site to another. Ability to exert up to 50 pounds of force occasionally, and/or up to 30 pounds of force frequently, and/or up to 10 pounds of force constantly to move objects. Closing Date/Time: 5/3/2019 4:30 PM Eastern
City of Doral, FL Doral, Florida, United States
Apr 16, 2019
Part Time
General Purpose Responsible for safety and supervision of participants in City coordinated functions, such as tennis camps or youth summer programs. Responsible for the safety and maintenance of park facilities and enforcement of all park rules and regulations. Supervision Received and Exercised This position reports to the Park Manager and Assistant Park Manager at assigned facility. Essential Duties and Responsibilities Essential Functions: The following duties are normal for this position. The omission of specific statements of the duties does not exclude them from the classification if the work is similar, related, or a logical assignment for this classification. Performs manual work in semi-skilled jobs involving maintenance, repair of buildings and/or grounds, and minor construction. Assists with setup and breakdown of City sanctioned events and activities. Assists in park inspections to ensure the safety of the public and park facilities. Identifies, repairs and prevents possible safety hazards or causes of injury. Answers department phones and assists customers. Enforces safety and other park rules and regulations; administers first aid as required. Performs general maintenance and clean up duties at the park which include, but not limited to, the emptying of trash receptacles, sweeping, mopping and vacuuming floors, wiping down tables, chairs and other furnishings, replenishing toilet paper and hand towels, and cleaning concession area, restrooms and fields. Performs other duties as required and assigned by the Assistant Park Manager and the Park Manager. Additional Duties: Performs other related work as required. Minimum Qualifications MINIMUM EDUCATION AND TRAINING Graduation from high school or possession of an acceptable equivalency diploma preferred. Minimum Age Requirement: 18 years of age or older. Must possess a valid Florida Driver's License with acceptable driving record. Additional specialized training such as camp instructor, teacher or a related field is desirable. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS AND STANDARDS REQUIRED Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Must possess excellent customer service skills and be able to establish good customer relations. Must have an ability to deal with people effectively, courteously and enthusiastically. Requires limited knowledge of the materials, methods and equipment typically used in recreational work and clean up duties. Ability to understand and follow simple, oral and written instructions. Ability to use or repair small/light equipment, such as power tools. Ability to use or repair medium equipment and machinery, such as vehicles or commercial mowers. Ability to accept, receive, and/or collect payments. Ability to use small office equipment, including copy machines or multi-line telephone systems. Ability to use computers for data entry. Knowledge of basic rules of safety and ability to enforce applicable rules and regulations. Must be able to work independently and complete daily activities and tasks according to work schedule. Must be fluent in the English language. Spanish is a plus. Physical Requirements : Ability to perceive information through sound, handle/lift/pull/push objects; express ideas through speaking quickly or accurately; stand for sustained periods of time; use visual acuity to perform activities such as viewing a computer terminal or making observations of facilities; and walk from one work site to another. Ability to exert up to 50 pounds of force occasionally, and/or up to 30 pounds of force frequently, and/or up to 10 pounds of force constantly to move objects. Closing Date/Time: 4/29/2019 4:30 PM Eastern
City of Doral, FL Doral, Florida, United States
Oct 23, 2018
Full Time
General Purpose *** Recruitment open until filled. Applications will be reviewed on a continuous basis. *** Performs a variety of routine and complex technical work in connection with the duty to enforce all of the provisions of the Florida Building Code, Miami-Dade County Code, City Code, and other related codes. Supervision Received and Exercised This position is classified as a non-exempt, full-time position with a 37.5 hour work-week. Essential Duties and Responsibilities Essential Functions: Inspects new and existing buildings and structures to ensure compliance with the applicable codes and approved plans and specifications. Inspects residential and commercial buildings to ensure that they conform to the applicable codes. Issues verbal and written notices of code violation and citations for code violations. Assists in resolving complex and sensitive customer service issues, either personally, by telephone or in writing. Maintains records and documents of customer service issues and resolutions. Researches problems and complaints regarding commercial and residential work and code compliance. Observes building conditions and issues notices of violations for corrections of violations. Attends annual continuing education courses for re-certification. Oversees powers and duties as may be delegated by the Building Official. Enforces and explains pertinent sections of the Building Code. Prepares reports of Presents code violation cases and presents them to the Code Compliance Special master. Maintains high ethical, honesty and moral standards. Performs any other duties as assigned by the Building Official and/or Chief Building Inspector. Additional Duties: Performs other related work as required. Minimum Qualifications MINIMUM EDUCATION AND TRAINING A High School diploma or a GED equivalent is required, with a Bachelor's degree being strongly preferred, supplemented by five years of related experience. Standard certification by the State of Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation as an inspector. Provisional certification will be acceptable for the period allowed prior to obtaining standard certification. Must meet the licensing qualifications set forth in Article II Chapter 8, Section 8-21 of the Code of Miami-Dade County for Building Inspector with commercial/residential roofing inspector a plus and have or be able to obtain a certificate from the Miami-Dade County Board of Rules and Appeals. Plans Examiner certification is a plus. Must possess a valid Florida Driver's License. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS AND STANDARDS REQUIRED Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Apply technical knowledge and follow proper inspection techniques to examine workmanship, methods and materials of construction. Extensive knowledge of current codes and regulatory standards governing the state's building construction industry in the respective trade/discipline. Extensive knowledge of all functions relevant to the processing and approval of building construction projects in the respective trade/discipline, e.g. plans review, licensing, permitting, inspections. Ability to get along with others and work effectively and courteously with the public and fellow workers. Ability to detect deviations from plans, regulations and standard construction practices. Communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing. Ability to operate basic office equipment, e.g., computer terminals, printers, copy machines, telephone systems, facsimile machines. Ability to use computers for data entry. Must be fluent in the English language. Ability to communicate in Spanish is a plus. Must be a non-smoker. The minimum requirements may be waived by the City Manager. Physical Requirements : Ability to balance on narrow, slippery or erratically moving surfaces; climb, kneel, crawl, crouch, feel, finger, grasp handle; receive information through oral communication; make rational decisions; pull, push, reach; express ideas through speaking accurately/loudly/quickly; use visual acuity to perform activities such as viewing a computer terminal, making general observations of facilities, operating heavy equipment and making visual inspections; and walk from one work site to another. Ability to exert up to 20 pounds of force occasionally, and/or up to 10 pounds of force to move objects. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
City of Doral, FL Doral, Florida, United States
Oct 23, 2018
Full Time
General Purpose TO APPLY FOR THIS JOB OPPORTUNITY YOU MUST BE A CERTIFIED LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER IN THE STATE OF FLORIDA *** Note to Applicants : All applicants MUST complete and submit a pre-screening questionnaire along with their application. The questionnaire must be uploaded as a PDF document directly through Neogov. Pre-screening application is located directly on the City of Doral's job opportunities link.*** DOCUMENTS REQUIRED TO UPLOAD ALONG WITH ONLINE APPLICATION: Updated Resume Dd-214 (If Applicable) City of Doral Veteran's Preference Claim Form (If Applicable) Completed Pre-Screening Questionnaire FAILURE TO INCLUDE THE ABOVE REQUIRED DOCUMENTS WHEN SUBMITTING AN APPLICATION WILL RESULT IN DISQUALIFICATION OF THE APPLICATION. This is general law enforcement and public safety work in the protection of life and property and in the execution of orders issued through the authority of the City of Doral Police Department. An employee in this classification may perform varied assignments in motorized patrol, traffic control and enforcement, accident investigation, preliminary and follow-up investigation at crime scenes, serving writs in criminal proceedings, and assisting in public safety education programs. Work involves an element of personal danger and high levels of physical, emotional, and mental stress to deal with people in various situations. Incumbents must be able to act without direct supervision and exercise independent judgment in meeting emergencies. Situations often arise where incumbents will have the responsibility for making decisions regarding the use of deadly force in protecting citizens and themselves without the opportunity for prior supervisory advice or assistance. Routine assignments are received from superior officers who review work methods and results through reports, inspections, and discussions. Police Officers generally works oneshift per 24-hour period,but will be subject to recall to on-duty status as the department warrants. In addition, Police Officers are required to respond to any emergency and/or criminal situation that they observe while off duty and function as a Police Officer until relieved by regular on-duty units. Essential Duties and Responsibilities Essential Functions: Patrols the City of Doral area in a radio equipped car or motorcycle to preserve law and order. Responds to a variety of calls that require several intervention approaches ranging from personal counseling techniques to the use of physical or deadly force. Police Officers respond to crashes, domestic disturbances, various misdemeanors and felonies, traffic and crowd problems, etc. Administers first aid, conducts preliminary investigations, locates evidence, obtains information from witnesses,completes reports, makes arrests and escorts prisoners to jail. Testifies in court concerning work activities. Serves Criminal and Metropolitan writs; conducts search and surveillance to determine whereabouts of person to be served; arrests fugitives and returns person to proper authority. Serves as instructor in the teaching of traffic safety to civic and school groups; broadcasts traffic information through commercial radio stations. Assists in departmental programs and cooperates with other agencies in dealing with social, medical, and psychological problems such as domesticcrises, alcoholism, attempted suicides, and other emotional disturbances. Participates in underwater search and recovery missions, mobile crime laboratory investigations, undercover surveillance, civil defense exercises, rescue operations, marine patrol, and vice raids. Directs traffic at local schools as needed. Patrols local schools and communities as needed. Fills out paperwork, performs roll call and assigns duties as needed. Assists in the presentation of departmental training programs. Works variable hours and shift schedules as needed. Performs related work as required. Additional Duties: Performs other related work as required. Minimum Qualifications MINIMUM EDUCATION AND TRAINING For Certified Police Officers: Employed in a full-time sworn classification by (or separated within preceding 24 months from) another police agency, possession of a Basic Recruit Certificate of Compliance from the State of Florida or its equivalent, completed probation with a Florida law enforcement agency, and one year of police experience. Includes SupplementalFDLE Certification. A Variety of Additional Pay Supplements and Pay Incentives are Available Based on Assignments and Additional Incentives. High school diploma or GED. Must possess a valid Florida Driver's License. Minimum age of 19. The following requirements must be presented at the time of application: Applicants must meet minimum City medical standards. Must possess visual acuity not exceeding 20/100 uncorrected, corrected to 20/30 or better. Contact lenses are permitted. Applicants must be able to distinguish between the colors red, green, and yellow. Weight must be in proportion to height. Examination Process: The following includes all steps for the position of Police Officer. Continuing on with each step of the process is contingent upon successfully completing the previous step. Candidates can be dismissed at any point throughout the consideration process. Apply via our online application Attach resume, pre-history questionnaire and DD-214 if applicable Application review Oral Board Conditional Offer Personal History Questionnaire Fingerprints Drug test Polygraph Psychological Evaluation Physical Extensive Background Investigation Interview with Chief of Police Final employment offer made by Human Resources The City of Doral is committed to offering an equitable, drug-free work environment. We do not discriminate in any employment related decisions on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, disability or other similar factors that are not job-related. This commitment is practiced in all aspects of our personnel policies, programs, practices, recruitment and other related activities. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS AND STANDARDS REQUIRED Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Knowledge of state statutes, local ordinances, and departmental regulations governing search and seizure of property, arrest, and admissibility of evidence. Knowledge of the City of Doral geography and its road network. Knowledge of law enforcement methods and procedures. Knowledge of first aid principles and skill in their application. Knowledge of basic human relations techniques. Ability to understand and carry out oral and written instructions. Ability to develop skill in the use and care of firearms. Ability to work independently with minimal direct supervision. Ability to enforce the law firmly, impartially, and with respect for individual rights. Ability to prepare accurate reports of work activities. Ability to assess an emergency or criminal situation and respond promptly and appropriately, often without direct supervision. Ability to deal effectively and equitably with all people under various circumstances. Ability to adapt to changing social conditions. Ability to respond to training programs designed to develop proficiencies in work areas. Ability to use small office equipment, including copy machines or multi-line telephone systems. Ability to use computers for data entry. Ability to use highly technical computer applications, such as GIS or CAD. Ability to use or repair small/light equipment, such as power tools. Physical strength and agility, and ability to meet physical requirements. Emotional stability and the necessary capacity to cope with a wide range of inter-personal situations. Personal character necessary to withstand frequent assaults on ethical and legal integrity. Physical Requirements : Ability to balance on narrow, slippery or erratically moving surfaces; climb, crawl, crouch, feel, finger, grasp, handle, kneel, lift, pull, push, reach; receive information through oral communication; make rational decisions; make repetitive motions with the hands; express ideas by speaking accurately/loudly/quickly; stand for sustained periods of time; stoop by bending the body downwards; use visual acuity to perform activities such as viewing a computer terminal; and walk from one work site to another; Ability to exert up to 20 pounds of force occasionally, and/or up to 10 pounds of force to move objects. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
City of Doral, FL Doral, Florida, United States
Apr 16, 2019
Full Time
General Purpose Under the guidance of the City Manager, this position provides executive level leadership, while overseeing a number of City departments. This position assists the City Manager in the administration of the City's goals and initiatives, ensures high quality service and provides guidance to the departments. This position performs a variety of professional and administrative work to assist the City Manager in formulating administrative principles, practices policies, and resolving complex issues. Supervision Received and Exercised This position reports directly to the City Manager. This position is classified as an exempt, full-time position with a 37.5 hour work-week. Essential Duties and Responsibilities Essential Functions: Assists the City Manager in directing and coordinating the City's daily operations in accordance with policies established by the City Manager. Assists the City Manager with planning, organizing and directing the affairs of the City. Interprets policies and provides staff direction on policy as well as policy and procedural revisions. Represents the City Manager in resolving problems and conflicts within City government establishing sound management practices; acts as liaison between City Manager's Office and City departments. Investigates and reports to the City Manager on questions of interdepartmental procedures or interpretation of responsibility; determines standards to evaluate effectiveness of departmental management operation and policy; initiates support programs to facilitate increased efficiency; coordinates departmental activities with departments of City at the direction of the City Manager. Monitors and researches City and departmental issues and projects; makes recommendations and implements solutions. Assists the City Manager in preparing a finished budget for submission to the City Council. Assists the City Manager in administering the budget. Develops, coordinates, and implements special project assignments. Coordinates and attends meetings as directed by the City Manager. Assists in the development and updating of strategic plans and performance indicators that impact specific department and divisional areas of responsibility. Ensures that City operating departments work together in an effective manner that results in the delivery of quality services that are integrated and efficient. Performs specialized assignments designated by the City Manager in accordance with areas of expertise. Assists in carrying out City Council's directed policies and addressing Councilmembers questions. Assumes duties in the absence of the City Manager. Additional Duties: Performs other related work as required. Minimum Qualifications MINIMUM EDUCATION AND TRAINING A Master's degree from an accredited college in public administration or business administration or related field is required. Master's Degree may be substituted for other technical related training that is related to the position. Ten (10) years of experience in public administration; in a supervising capacity. Five (5) years of experience in a management capacity is required. Professional certification from the International City County Managers Association (ICMA) is preferred, but not required. Must possess a valid Driver's License with an acceptable driving record. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS AND STANDARDS REQUIRED Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Must be fluent in the English language; both orally and written. Ability to communicate in Spanish is a plus. Considerable knowledge of modern office practices and procedures. Must be computer literate with knowledge of Microsoft Word, WordPerfect or similar word processing program. Must be able to handle complex issues and multitask. Knowledge of modern municipal administrative methods, procedures, organizations and functions. Knowledge of current social, political and economic trends and operating problems of municipal government. Knowledge of applicable federal and state laws, rules and regulations regarding local government operations. Knowledge of principles of effective public relations and interrelationships with community groups and agencies. Knowledge of Public Administration principles, with particular reference to municipal administration, including basic principles of organization, management, and budget preparation. Ability to meet and deal with the public in an effective and courteous manner. Ability to make oral presentations before a large group of people. Ability to deal with confidential and sensitive matters. Ability to analyze a variety of administrative problems and make sound policy and procedural recommendations. Ability to provide effective leadership and develop and maintain effective working relationships with City officials, employees, special interests groups and the general public. Ability to get along with others and work effectively with the public and fellow workers. Ability to determine individual benefit eligibility. Ability to manage or administer grant funds. Ability to make recommendations that impact the budget. Ability to determine allocation of budget among departments. Ability to determine allocation of budget among divisions. Ability to manage the budget within assigned department. Must be a non-smoker. The minimum requirements may be waived by the City Manager. Physical Requirements: The physical demands involve hearing, talking, far acuity, walking, and repetitive motion. May be required to exert up to 20 pounds of force occasionally, and/or up to 10 pounds of force to move objects. Ability to finger, grasp, handle; receive information through oral communication; make rational decisions; express ideas by speaking accurately and concisely; stand for sustained periods of time; use visual acuity to perform activities such as viewing a computer terminal. Closing Date/Time: 5/6/2019 4:30 PM Eastern
City of Doral, FL Doral, Florida, United States
Oct 23, 2018
Part Time
General Purpose *** Note to Applicants: All applicants MUST complete and submit a pre-screening questionnaire along with their application. The questionnaire must be uploaded as a PDF document directly through Neogov. Pre-screening application is located directly on the City of Doral's job opportunities link.*** DOCUMENTS REQUIRED TO UPLOAD ALONG WITH ONLINE APPLICATION: Updated Resume Dd-214 (If Applicable) City of Doral Veteran's Preference Claim Form (If Applicable) Completed Pre-Screening Questionnaire FAILURE TO INCLUDE THE ABOVE REQUIRED DOCUMENTS WHEN SUBMITTING AN APPLICATION WILL RESULT IN DISQUALIFICATION OF THE APPLICATION. Position is posted on a continuous basis until a sufficient amount of qualified applications are received. This is general law enforcement and public safety position in the protection of life and property and in the execution of orders issued through the authority of the City of Doral Police Department. An employee in this classification may perform varied assignments in motorized patrol, traffic control and enforcement, accident investigation, preliminary and follow-up investigation at crime scenes, serving writs in criminal proceedings, and assisting in public safety education programs. Work involves an element of personal danger and high levels of physical, emotional, and mental stress to deal with people in various situations. Incumbents must be able to act without direct supervision and exercise independent judgment in meeting emergencies. Situations often arise where incumbents will have the responsibility for making decisions regarding the use of deadly force in protecting citizens and themselves without the opportunity for prior supervisory advice or assistance. Routine assignments are received from superior officers who review work methods and results through reports, inspections, and discussions. In addition, Reserve Officers are required to respond to any emergency and/or criminal situation that they observe while off duty and function as a Police Officer until relieved by regular on-duty units. Essential Duties and Responsibilities Essential Functions: Responds to a variety of calls that require several intervention approaches ranging from personal counseling techniques to the use of physical or deadly force. Responds to accidents, domestic disturbances, various misdemeanors and felonies, traffic and crowd problems, etc. Administers first aid, conducts preliminary investigations, locates evidence, obtains information from witnesses, completes reports, makes arrests and escorts prisoners to jail. Testifies in court concerning work activities. Serves Criminal and Metropolitan writs; conducts search and surveillance to determine whereabouts of person to be served; arrests fugitives and returns person to proper authority. Serves as instructor in the teaching of traffic safety to civic and school groups; broadcasts traffic information through commercial radio stations. Assists in departmental programs and cooperates with other agencies in dealing with social, medical, and psychological problems such as domestic crises, alcoholism, attempted suicides, and other emotional disturbances. Participates in underwater search and recovery missions, mobile crime laboratory investigations, undercover surveillance, civil defense exercises, rescue operations, marine patrol, and vice raids. Assists in the presentation of departmental training programs. Conducts investigations of newly hired employees to verify prior employment, education, personal and neighborhood references and overall suitability for the position, as needed. Additional Duties: Performs other related work as required. Minimum Qualifications MINIMUM EDUCATION AND TRAINING High School diploma or GED. Employed in a full-time sworn classification by (or separated within preceding 24 months from) another police agency, possession of a Basic Recruit Certificate of Compliance from the State of Florida or its equivalent, completed probation with a Florida law enforcement agency, and one (1) year of police experience. Applicants must meet minimum County medical standards: Must possess visual acuity not exceeding 20/100 uncorrected, corrected to 20/30 or better. Contact lenses are permitted. Applicants must be able to distinguish between the colors red, green, and yellow. Weight must be in proportion to height. Applicants successfully completing a background investigation will be administered a psychological evaluation to determine suitability and compatibility to perform the basic job functions. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS AND STANDARDS REQUIRED Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Knowledge of state statutes, local ordinances, and departmental regulations governing search and seizure of property, arrest, and admissibility of evidence. Knowledge of the City of Doral geography and its road network. Knowledge of law enforcement methods and procedures. Knowledge of first aid principles and skill in their application. Knowledge of basic human relations techniques. Ability to understand and carry out oral and written instructions. Ability to develop skill in the use and care of firearms. Ability to work independently with minimal direct supervision. Ability to enforce the law firmly, impartially, and with respect for individual rights. Ability to prepare accurate reports of work activities. Abilityto assess an emergency or criminal situation and respond promptly and appropriately, often without direct supervision. Ability to deal effectively and equitably with all people under various circumstances. Ability to adapt to changing social conditions. Ability to respond to training programs designed to develop proficiencies in work areas. Ability to use small office equipment, including copy machines or multi-line telephone systems. Ability to use computers for data entry. Ability to use highly technical computer applications, such as GIS or CAD. Physical strength and agility, and ability to meet physical requirements. Emotional stability and the necessary capacity to cope with a wide range of inter-personal situations. Personal character necessary to withstand frequent assaults on ethical and legal integrity. Physical Requirements : Ability to balance on narrow, slippery or erratically moving surfaces; climb, crawl, crouch, feel, finger, grasp, handle, kneel, lift, pull, push, reach; receive information through oral communication; make rational decisions; make repetitive motions with the hands; express ideas by speaking accurately/loudly/quickly; stand for sustained periods of time; stoop by bending the body downwards; use visual acuity to perform activities such as viewing a computer terminal; and walk from one work site to another; Ability to exert up to 20 pounds of force occasionally, and/or up to 10 pounds of force to move objects. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
City of Doral, FL Doral, Florida, United States
Apr 16, 2019
Full Time
General Purpose Supervisor is responsible for planning, organizing, managing, and evaluating the functions and staff within the Property & Evidence Section of the Police Department. A major function of the Supervisor is to safeguard and maintain the integrity of all police evidence/property in accordance with state laws, City Ordinances, and departmental policies and procedures. Supervision Received and Exercised This position is classified as a non-exempt, full time position with a 37.5 hour work-week schedule. Essential Duties and Responsibilities Essential Functions: The Property & Evidence Supervisor is a civilian supervisor. This position directly supervises: The Quartermaster and Property & Evidence Specialist This position ensures the Property & Evidence section is in compliance and all property and evidence it is in a secure facility; Responsible for directing more traditional inventory/warehousing functions. Utilizes a computerized inventory management system; utilizing state of the art inventory storage techniques; Monitors and manages inventory levels; and coordinates the transfer, release and disposal of evidence including misdemeanor and felony narcotics. Directly oversee the submission of property and signs for new items for storage/clearing lockers; Complete proper and adequate memorandums for the chain-of-command to dispose/purge property and evidence; Must approve and sign off on returning property to citizens after background check for criminal history is completed; Work also involves maintaining control of police evidence, preparing records of articles and valuables received including description of article, name of owner, name of police officer from whom received and reason for retention; issuing property being retained as evidence to officer at the time of trial upon receipt of authorization; releasing lost or stolen property to owner upon proof of ownership; and planning, developing and implementing methods of operation as well as disposing of unwanted articles, supplies, and related property and evidence. An employee in this class is expected to exercise considerable independent judgment and personal initiative within the framework of departmental policies and procedures, and legal guidelines and restrictions. Additional Duties: Performs other related work as required. Minimum Qualifications MINIMUM EDUCATION AND TRAINING Bachelor's Degree; Three years of previous experience; State of Florida Driver's License; IAPE Certified Property & Evidence Specialist; IAPE Certified Evidence Specialist; IAPE and PEAF membership is preferred; Or an equivalent level of education and experience. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS AND STANDARDS REQUIRED Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Must be a non-smoker. The minimum requirements may be waived by the City Manager. Physical Requirements : This role involves medium work, which could require exerting up to 50 pounds of force occasionally and up to 30 pounds frequently, and/or up to 10 pounds of force to constantly move objects. The following physical abilities are also required: Balancing: Maintaining body equilibrium to prevent falling while walking, standing or crouching on narrow, slippery, or erratically moving surfaces. The amount of balancing exceeds that needed for ordinary locomotion and maintenance of body equilibrium. Climbing: Ascending or descending ladders, stairs, scaffolding, ramps, poles and the like, using feet and legs and/or hands and arms. Body agility is emphasized. Crouching: Bending the body downward and forward by bending leg and spine. Feeling: Perceiving attributes of objects, such as size, shape, temperature or texture by touching with skin, particularly that of fingertips. Fingering: Picking, pinching, typing, or otherwise working, primarily with fingers rather than with the whole hand as in handling. Grasping: Applying pressure to an object with the fingers and palm. Handling: Picking, holding, or otherwise working, primarily with the whole hand. Hearing 1: Perceiving the nature of sounds at normal speaking levels with or without correction. Ability to receive detailed information through oral communication, and to make the discrimination in sound. Kneeling: Bending legs at knee to come to a rest on knee or knees. Lifting: Raising objects from a lower to a higher position or moving objects horizontally from position-to-position. Occurs to a considerable degree and requires substantial use of upper extremities and back muscles. Mental Acuity: Ability to make rational decisions through sound logic and deductive processes. Pulling: Using upper extremities to exert force in order to draw, haul or tug objects in a sustained motion. Pushing: Using upper extremities to press against something with steady force in order to thrust forward, downward or outward. Reaching: Extending hand(s) and arm(s) in any direction. Repetitive Motion: Substantial movements (motions) of the wrist, hands, and/or fingers. Speaking: Expressing or exchanging ideas by means of the spoken word including the ability to convey detailed or important spoken instructions to other workers accurately and concisely. Standing: Particularly for sustained periods of time. Stooping: Bending body downward and forward by bending spine at the waist. Occurs to a considerable degree and requires full motion of the lower extremities and back muscles. Talking 1: Expressing or exchanging ideas by means of the spoken word including those activities in which they must convey detailed or important spoken instructions to other workers accurately, loudly, or quickly. Visual Acuity 1: Have close visual acuity to perform an activity such as: preparing and analyzing data and figures; transcribing; viewing a computer terminal; and/or extensive reading. Visual Acuity 2: Including color, depth perception, and field vision. Visual Acuity 3: Visual Acuity to determine the accuracy, neatness, and thoroughness of the work assigned or to make general observations of facilities or structures. Visual Acuity 4: Have visual acuity to operate motor vehicles and/or heavy equipment. Walking: Moving about on foot to accomplish tasks, particularly for long distances or moving from one work site to another. Closing Date/Time: 4/29/2019 4:30 PM Eastern