City of Petaluma

Petaluma is Sonoma County’s second largest city, with a population of 61,000. Petaluma is the southern gateway to Sonoma County and just 32 miles north of San Francisco’s Golden Gate Bridge, conveniently located on Highway 101 at the east/west artery of Highway 116. Petaluma offers a wide array of attractions and points of interest to explore, including: a 150-year-old historic downtown, waterfront areas, charming historic homes and neighborhoods, a mixed-use theater district, a thriving restaurant scene, live music venues, a historical museum, an airport, a marina, numerous community parks, and golf courses.

 

The City of Petaluma is a full-service city with over 340 employees that provides essential city services such as public safety, infrastructure, water utilities, and development review throughout the City.

 

20 job(s) at City of Petaluma

CITY OF PETALUMA, CA Petaluma, CA, United States
Jun 24, 2022
Full Time
Summary/Class Characteristics Administrative Assistant (Limited Term) Please note that the current Administrative Assistant vacancy is of limited term. The limited term is currently expected to be for four (4) years but is subject to change depending on funding, and department/staffing needs. #petalumaproud A City that Works for Everyone Our City has an enormous amount of civic pride which celebrates multiple approaches and points of view. When we say we are a City that Works for Everyone we mean everyone. To do that well, we're creating a workforce that is inclusive and listens to the multitude of voices and views of our employees. Diversity is an integral part of our organizational identity. Inclusion is the way we treat and perceive our differences. Equity is treating all our employees fairly and acknowledging that everyone has value. This drives our innovation, motivation and connects us even closer to our community. SALARY AND BENEFITS PACKAGE SALARY RANGE : $26.54 - $32.25 hourly ($55,203.20 - $67,080.00 annually) FOR YOUR HEALTH AND WELL BEING: MEDICAL INSURANCE : Choice of a variety of CalPERS Health Plans with a City contribution of up to $2,124.39 monthly for family health coverage (2022 plan year) or alternative option to receive Medical Cash Back (if you have medical coverage elsewhere) https://cityofpetaluma.org/documents/calpers-memo-for-health-benefits/ DENTAL & VISION INSURANCE: Coverage for employees & eligible family members, paid for by the City. LIFE INSURANCE & LTD : Competitive life insurance & long-term disability benefits. Option to purchase additional life insurance. EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM : Support and benefits, for you and eligible family members, paid for by the City. WELLNESS BENEFIT : $500 annual allowance (is subject to the annual budget approval process and may change in the future.) FOR YOUR FINANCIAL FUTURE: CALPERS RETIREMENT PACKAGE 2% at 60 for classic CalPERS members 2% at 62 for PEPRA CalPERS members DEFERRED COMPENSATION PLAN : Voluntary participation in your choice of three 457(b) plans. FOR YOUR WORK / LIFE BALANCE (annual amounts): Vacation: 80 Hours, increasing with years of service Sick Leave: 96 hours Holidays: 12 fixed and 1 floating Flexible Work Week: 4/10 work week, with Fridays off. This schedule is revisited annually by the City Council and could change. Our Newest Benefits: Remote Work Flexibility Paid Parental Leave - up to 8 weeks of paid time for qualifying family bonding Please refer to the Memorandum of Understand for Unit 1 and the Human Resources website for additional details. Please Note (updated April 11, 2022) In order to ensure the City fulfills its primary function of protecting the health and safety of our community and employees, the City of Petaluma has adopted a COVID-19 vaccination and testing policy to help mitigate transmission of COVID-19. All City of Petaluma employees are required to comply with the provisions of the COVID-19 vaccination and testing policy. Therefore, any candidate selected to move forward in the selection process, as a condition of employment, will be required to either: (1) provide proof of full vaccination for COVID-19 (proof of vaccination means being fully vaccinated according to the latest criteria established by federal and local public health agencies); or (2) submit to weekly COVID-19 testing. Summary Provide varied secretarial and office administrative assistance to the City Clerk and Deputy City Clerk. Class Characteristics General supervision is provided by a higher level supervisor or manager; responsibilities may include the indirect supervision of support staff. This class is distinguished from other City office support classes in that the Administrative Assistant provides secretarial and office administrative services for the City Clerk's Office. General guidelines for action are normally established by the unit manager; however, day-to-day activities may require the use of initiative and independent judgment, particularly when prioritizing work from several staff members or when dealing with a variety of City staff and representatives of the public. This class is distinguished from Senior Administrative Assistant in that the latter provides complex and sensitive secretarial assistance to a department director and associated managerial and professional staff. Duties The duties, skills, and demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with a disability to perform the essential duties, skills, and demands. Receive and screen visitors and telephone calls, assist the public in completing and filing applications and other forms, and provide factual information which may require the interpretation of policies and procedures; take messages or refer the caller to the proper person. Research and compile a variety of informational materials from sources both inside and outside of the office; open and sort mail and attach pertinent back-up materials. Type and draft a wide variety of finished documents from stenographic notes, brief instructions, or printed materials; may use word processing equipment; input and retrieve data and prepare reports using an on-line or personal computer system; initiate specified correspondence independently for signature by appropriate management, supervisory, or professional staff; review finished materials for completeness, accuracy, format, and compliance with policies and procedures, and appropriate English usage. Organize and maintain various office files; follow up on projects, transmit information, and keep informed of unit activities; schedule and arrange for meetings; organize own work, set priorities and meet critical deadlines; may arrange for meetings, including preparing and distributing agenda materials and taking and producing minutes of actions or proceedings. Collect fees, handle cash, credit, and check transactions, and issue receipts for various services; reconcile cash, credit, and checks processed. Specified positions may require skill in taking dictation by hand or stenographic machine at a rate of 80 words per minute and transcribing it accurately. Prepare meeting agendas and distribute materials; attend meetings to take minutes; prepare and distribute minutes; compile, edit, package, and track reports. Perform related duties as assigned. Qualifications Knowledge of: Standard office administrative and secretarial practices and procedures, including business letter writing. City's policies, rules, administrative regulations, and procedures. Record keeping, report preparation, and filing methods. Correct English usage, including spelling, grammar, punctuation, and vocabulary. Standard business arithmetic. Office procedures, methods, and equipment including computers and applicable software applications such as word processing, spreadsheets, and databases. Education and Experience Any combination equivalent to the education and experience likely to provide the required knowledge and abilities would be qualifying. A typical way to gain such knowledge and abilities would be: Education: Equivalent to graduation from high school; college, business, or secretarial school training is highly desirable. Experience: Three years of secretarial or office support experience. Certifications/Licenses: Possession of a valid California Class C driver's license. Physical Demands and Working Environment While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to sit, use the computer keyboard and mouse, use hands to finger, handle, or feel, reach with hands and arms, talk or hear, stand, walk, and stoop, or crouch. Occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus. Requires the ability to work in an office environment where the noise level is usually moderate. Closing Date/Time: 7/7/2022 11:59 PM Pacific
CITY OF PETALUMA, CA Petaluma, CA, United States
Jun 23, 2022
Part Time
Summary/Class Characteristics Part Time Building Attendant Please Note This is a part time position and hours worked will vary and will not exceed 28 hours per week. This part time position does not receive any benefits. This position is expected to be able to work outside of usual business hours which may include working nights, weekends, and holidays. In order to ensure the City fulfills its primary function of protecting the health and safety of our community and employees, the City of Petaluma has adopted a COVID-19 vaccination and testing policy to help mitigate transmission of COVID-19. All City of Petaluma employees are required to comply with the provisions of the COVID-19 vaccination and testing policy. Therefore, any candidate selected to move forward in the selection process, as a condition of employment, will be required to either: (1) provide proof of full vaccination for COVID-19 (proof of vaccination means being fully vaccinated according to the latest criteria established by federal and local public health agencies); or (2) submit to weekly COVID-19 testing. Summary Coordinate and supervise a variety of Community Center activities and special events for the Recreation Services Department. Class Characteristics Under general supervision from the Recreation Services Supervisor and Recreation Coordinator, this position is responsible for organizing and coordinating a variety of Community Center activities and special events for the Recreation Services Department. Duties Coordinate and supervise a variety of Community Center activities, and special events. Unlock the appropriate rooms in the Community Center. Set-up furniture and equipment for activities and special events. Process class registrations and room rentals. Assist groups with room logistics and maintain an orderly environment throughout the Community Center. Ensure the equipment and building is appropriately taken care of by users and returned to its original state once used. Report maintenance problems, mistakes, or concerns to supervisor. Maintain supplies, files, and forms in the front desk area. Process graffiti hotline calls. Perform light maintenance duties such as sweeping, dusting, and washing of tables Process golf identification cards and bus ticket purchases. Perform filing and light typing. Assist with room set-ups and breakdowns. Make emergency room changes as needed. Answer inquiries from the public over the telephone and in person. Perform related duties as assigned. Qualifications Knowledge of: Recreation programs and activities offered by the City. Recreation Department policies, procedures, department recreation philosophy. Safe work practices. Standard office practices and procedures. Computers and associated program applications. Education and Experience Any combination equivalent to the education and experience likely to provide the required knowledge and abilities would be qualifying. A typical way to gain the knowledge and abilities would be: Education: Equivalent to graduation from high school. Experience: Training and experience which demonstrates an ability to work effectively with the public and abide by City policies, some knowledge of cash operations and procedures, and working knowledge of computers and associated program applications. Additional Information: Applicants must be a minimum of twenty-one (21) years of age. Certificate and License: Possession of a valid California Class C driver's license. Physical Demands and Working Environment The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand, walk, use hands to finger, handle, or feel, and talk or hear. The employee is required to reach with hands and arms; climb or balance; stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl; and taste or smell. The employee must possess sufficient strength and stamina to maneuver equipment weighing up to 50 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus. While performing the duties of this job, the employee may be exposed to moving mechanical parts, toxic or caustic chemicals, fumes, or airborne particles. The employee may be exposed to risk of electrical shock and vibration. The employee is occasionally exposed to high, precarious places, and outside weather conditions. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate to loud. Closing Date/Time: 7/6/2022 11:59 PM Pacific
CITY OF PETALUMA, CA Petaluma, CA, United States
Jun 17, 2022
Full Time
Summary/Class Characteristics Working With Our Community To Provide Professional Police Services Since 1858 Police Officer Trainee Important: A minimum T-Score of 42 is required within the last 12 months. You must attach a letter verifying the T-Score to your application. If you are unable to attach the letter to your application, you must send it as an attachment to hr @ cityofpetaluma.org. Current applicants will be considered for the Santa Rosa Junior College Basic Police Academy which runs from January 9, 2023 to May 26, 2023. Effective January 1, 2022, all Santa Rosa Junior College Criminal Justice Training Center students are required to show proof of COVID-19 vaccinations. Students must be fully vaccinated prior to being allowed in a classroom. In compliance with SRJC's COVID-19 vaccination requirement, any candidates selected to move forward in the selection process for this position will be required to provide proof of vaccination for COVID-19. Proof of vaccination for COVID-19 must be provided prior to the appointment date as part of the pre-employment background process. A Police Officer Trainee is a non-sworn full-time employee of the City and is eligible for pay and benefits. Acceptance by the Academy, which includes successfully passing the POST Entry-Level Law Enforcement Test Battery with a T-Score of 42 or better, is a condition of employment for this position. After successful completion and graduation from the Police Academy, a Police Officer Trainee who continues to meet the employment standards of the City is eligible to be sworn in as a Police Officer and begin the Petaluma Police Department's Field Training Program. A complete copy of the job description can be found at http://cityofpetaluma.org/documents/police-trainee/ . The current base salary range for Police Officer is: $41.12 - $50.01 hourly $7,127.47 - $8,668.40 monthly $85,529.60 - $104,020.80 annually 2% COLAs are scheduled for 7/1/2022 and 7/1/2023 Special Pays as a sworn Police Officer: Uniform Pay: 1.5% of Step 5 of Police Officer annual salaryPOST Certificate Pay: 5% for POST Intermediate Certificate, 7% for POST Advanced or Supervisory Certificates.Bilingual Pay: up to $200 per monthField Training Officer, Traffic Officer, Detective, K-9 Officer: 5% as assignedSWAT: 2.5% as assignedShift Differential: 3% if assigned to swing shift, 5% if assigned to graveyard shiftLongevity Pay: 2.5% after 10 years, 5% after 15 years, 7.5% after 20 years of service with the City Benefits as a sworn Police Officer: CalPERS Retirement: 3% at 55 for "classic" members, 2.7% at 57 for new members. As a Trainee, will be enrolled as a Miscellaneous member of CalPERSCalPERS Health Program: City pays 95% of Bay Area Kaiser rate premium for employee and eligible dependentsCash in Lieu of Medical/Dental Benefits: receive 50% of Kaiser Bay Area premium and Dental premium as cash payment (with proof of other insurance for employee and eligible dependents)Dental/Vision/Life/LTD Insurance: paid 100% by CityHoliday Pay: 156 hours per yearSick Leave: earn 96 hours per year with unlimited accrualCompensatory Time Off Bank: earn hours at 1.5 times actual hours worked up to 240 hoursVacation Time: earn 80-200 hours per year depending on years of service Paid Parental Leave - up to 8 weeks (or equivalent hours) of paid time for qualifying family bonding #petalumaproud A City that Works for Everyone Our City has an enormous amount of civic pride which celebrates multiple approaches and points of view. When we say we are a City that Works for Everyone we mean everyone. To do that well, we're creating a workforce that is inclusive and listens to the multitude of voices and views of our employees. Diversity is an integral part of our organizational identity. Inclusion is the way we treat and perceive our differences. Equity is treating all our employees fairly and acknowledging that everyone has value. This drives our innovation, motivation and connects us even closer to our community. The Petaluma Police Department Petaluma Police Department is dedicated to providing the best law enforcement services to the community and it prides itself on community involved programs. Petaluma has a population of approximately 59,000 and encompasses nearly 13 square miles situated 40 miles north of San Francisco Bay Area on U.S. 101, and 30 miles east of the Pacific Ocean. The Police Department staffing includes 84.5 full time employees, including one Chief, one Deputy Chief, four Lieutenants, nine Sergeants, fifty Officers, and other support staff. In addition, the department has K-9 Officers, Traffic Unit, Motorcycle Patrol, SWAT Team, Investigations Unit, and Reserve Community Service Officer Program (Volunteer). The Petaluma Police Department is proactive in Community Oriented Policing Philosophy. Application and Testing Process To be considered for this position, you are required to complete an application online and supplemental questionnaire. All required application materials must be received for your application to be valid. All completed application documents will be reviewed. An application submitted without complete information will not be considered. A screening committee will evaluate the qualifications of each applicant who has met the minimum requirements for the position. The highest-ranking applicants will be invited to continue in the selection process. Applicants meeting the minimum qualifications are not guaranteed advancement in the process, and the decision of the screening committee is final. Important: A minimum T-Score of 42 is required within the last 12 months. You must attach a letter verifying the T-Score to your application. If you are unable to attach the letter to your application, you must send it as an attachment to hr @ cityofpetaluma.org. Selection Process The selection process includes three parts. You must successfully complete each part in order to be invited to the next. Part I: POST Entry-Level Law Enforcement Test Battery Further information on the POST Entry-Level Law Enforcement Test Battery is available on the POST website at https ://post.ca.gov/LE-Entry-Level-Test-Battery-Applicant-FAQs . The minimum passing test score is 42. To be considered for this recruitment, you must have already taken the POST Law Enforcement Test Battery (PELLETB) and received a T-score of 42 or higher within the last twelve months . If you do not already possess a valid T-score, please visit https://theacademy.ca.gov/tests to review upcoming test dates. Part II: Review of Applications All completed application documents will be reviewed. Applicants that meet the listed requirements, have provided a T-score of 42 or higher dated within the last twelve months and are among the most highly qualified will be invited to the first round of oral interviews. Part III: Oral Appraisal Interview Applicants will be invited to the interview phase based on a review of their application materials and score on the PELLETB. Hiring Requirements Candidates being considered for selection will undergo a thorough background investigation, including but not limited to personal history, employment, education, military, State of California Department of Justice fingerprint search of records, DMV driving record, etc. A polygraph examination will be part of the background examination. Prior to appointment, candidates must also successfully complete a Police Chief interview, pre-employment medical examination, a drug screen, and a psychological evaluation. All statements made on application materials must be correct and will be subject to investigation and verification. Qualifications Minimum Qualifications - At the time of application you must : Be at least 21 years of age at the time of graduation from the Police Academy. Have education equivalent to completion of high school. Possess a valid California Driver License. Be a U.S. citizen or be able to meet California Government Code Section 1031(a) by time of graduation from the Police Academy. Physical Demands and Working Environment While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to sit, stand, walk, use hands to finger, handle, or feel, and talk or hear. The employee frequently is required to reach with hands and arms; climb or balance; stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl; and taste or smell. The employee must frequently lift and/or move weight up to 100 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently exposed to outside weather conditions. The employee is occasionally exposed to fumes or airborne particles. The employee occasionally works with use of vehicle. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
CITY OF PETALUMA, CA Petaluma, CA, United States
Jun 16, 2022
Part Time
Summary/Class Characteristics Part Time Tiny Tots Director The Part Time Tiny Tots Director will oversee general operation of the Tiny Tots Preschool program. They will Plan, organize, coordinate, and implement a developmentally appropriate preschool program for the Parks and Recreation Department. The current schedule for this position will be Monday - Friday, 8:00AM - 2:00PM Anticipated target start date will be early - mid August for the new school year. The program is located at the Petaluma Community Center. NOTE: This is a part time position and hours worked will vary and will not exceed 29 hours per week. This part time position does not receive any benefits. #petalumaproud A City that Works for Everyone Our City has an enormous amount of civic pride which celebrates multiple approaches and points of view. When we say we are a City that Works for Everyone we mean everyone. To do that well, we're creating a workforce that is inclusive and listens to the multitude of voices and views of our employees. Diversity is an integral part of our organizational identity. Inclusion is the way we treat and perceive our differences. Equity is treating all our employees fairly and acknowledging that everyone has value. This drives our innovation, motivation and connects us even closer to our community. Please Note (updated April 11, 2022) In order to ensure the City fulfills its primary function of protecting the health and safety of our community and employees, the City of Petaluma has adopted a COVID-19 vaccination and testing policy to help mitigate transmission of COVID-19. All City of Petaluma employees are required to comply with the provisions of the COVID-19 vaccination and testing policy. Therefore, any candidate selected to move forward in the selection process, as a condition of employment, will be required to either: (1) provide proof of full vaccination for COVID-19 (proof of vaccination means being fully vaccinated according to the latest criteria established by federal and local public health agencies); or (2) submit to weekly COVID-19 testing. Class Characteristics Under general supervision from the Recreation Supervisor and Recreation Coordinator, this position is responsible for planning, organizing, coordinating, implementing, and developing a developmentally appropriate preschool program for young children in the Parks and Recreation Department. A Part-Time Tiny Tots Director is responsible for oversight of the Tiny Tots Preschool program, the Tiny Tots Teachers, and communication with the parents of the children within the preschool program. This position acts as a liaison between the preschool program and the Parks and Recreation Department. Duties Plan, organize, coordinate, and implement a developmentally appropriate preschool program for the Tiny Tots program in Parks and Recreation Department. Assist Recreation Coordinator in hiring, training, and evaluating preschool staff. Recommends termination of employment of staff, when necessary. Train preschool staff and volunteers on emergency procedures such as fire drills, earthquake drills, first aid and safety, etc. Schedule and lead regular staff meetings and act as a mediator in problem solving situations. Promote open communication between staff members. Work directly with the Early Learning Institute for early intervention in children with behavioral concerns or disabilities. Maintain staffing schedules for Tiny Tot Teachers, respond to requests for leave/absence. Act as fill-in or back up teacher if needed. Assist teachers with challenging students or situations. Assign students to designated classes, maintain class rosters, check children in and out of the program. Design and implement Tiny Tots monthly curriculum compatible with current trends and department philosophy. Take responsibility for sick or injured children by contacting parents and providing necessary care. Facilitate parent interaction and communication regarding behavior, learning challenges, and any additional concerns. Schedule and facilitate conferences for parents on a case-by-case basis regarding student challenges in the classroom. Supervise organized activities and ensure activity safety. Plan and arrange for nutritious snacks and lunches. Create a pleasant, stimulating classroom environment for daily activities. Monitor equipment and supply use, and purchase supplies as needed. Submit work orders for facility and park needs. Maintain documentation of classroom observation and safety logs. Provide necessary guidance for all volunteers, staff, parents, and grandparent volunteers. Incorporate health and safety standards for classroom and outdoor activities, including but not limited to the preparation, cleanup, proper care, and storage of all equipment and supplies. Report suspected child abuse as required by law. Orient and update parents and enrolled students regarding program policies. Perform related duties as assigned. Qualifications Knowledge of: Child development and related activities. Health and safety standards for classroom and outdoor activities. Recreation Department policies, procedures, department recreation philosophy. Basic CPR and First Aid. Safe work practices. Foods and nutrition recommendations for children. Behavior management methods for children. English usage, spelling, vocabulary, grammar, and punctuation. Standard office practices and procedures. Child abuse reporting guidelines. Education and Experience Any combination equivalent to the education and experience likely to provide the required knowledge and abilities would be qualifying. A typical way to gain the knowledge and abilities would be: Education: Equivalent to graduation from high school. Completion of thirty (30) Early Childhood Education (ECE) units from an accredited or approved college or university. Possession of an associate's or bachelor's degree is desirable. Experience: Two years of supervisory experience in a preschool setting. Three to five years of responsible work experience working with children in a group childcare program or preschool setting. Physical Demands and Working Environment The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform he essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Position requires prolonged sitting, standing; walking; reaching, twisting, turning, kneeling, bending, squatting and stooping in the performance of daily activities. The position also requires grasping, repetitive hand movement and fine coordination. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 45 pounds, dependent upon the specific task. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus. Position requires the employee to be exposure to outside weather conditions. The noise level is moderate to loud. Closing Date/Time:
CITY OF PETALUMA, CA Petaluma, CA, United States
Jun 14, 2022
Full Time
Summary/Class Characteristics Firefighter/Paramedic - Entry Level The following salary increases are scheduled: July 1, 2022 (2% COLA) - $32.39 - $39.22/hour We are currently recruiting to fill 2-4 current and anticipated vacancies within the next year. Applications will be reviewed and interviews will be scheduled on an ongoing basis until positions are filled. Anticipated recruit training academy will take place in early 2023. In addition to a competitive salary and CalPERS Retirement, this position offers a generous benefits package and many special pays and incentives. These include: CalPERS Health Program: City pays 95% of Bay Area Kaiser rate premium for employee and eligible dependents Dental/Vision/Life/LTD Insurance: paid 100% by City Retiree Medical Trust Holiday Pay: 156 hours per year (value approximately $4953 - $5998 annually) Longevity pay: 5% at 15 years of service Education Pay: up to $2400 per year Bilingual Pay: up to $2400 per year Sick Leave: earn 144 hours per year. Sick leave will be charged against the employee's accrual at the rate of an hour for an hour based on actual sick leave usage, for the first day of sick leave used per injury and illness. Each successive day will be charged at the rate 12 hours for the same injury or illness. Compensatory Time Off Bank: earn hours at 1.5 times actual hours worked up to 240 hours Vacation Time: earn up to 12 shifts (288 hours) per year Cash in Lieu of Medical/Dental Benefits: receive 50% of Kaiser Bay Area premium and Dental premium as cash payment (with proof of other insurance for employee and eligible dependents) Paid Parental Leave - up to 8 weeks of paid time for qualifying family bonding Please refer to the Memorandum of Understanding and the Human Resources website for additional details. #petalumaproud A City that Works for Everyone Our City has an enormous amount of civic pride which celebrates multiple approaches and points of view. When we say we are a City that Works for Everyone we mean everyone. To do that well, we're creating a workforce that is inclusive and listens to the multitude of voices and views of our employees. Diversity is an integral part of our organizational identity. Inclusion is the way we treat and perceive our differences. Equity is treating all our employees fairly and acknowledging that everyone has value. This drives our innovation, motivation and connects us even closer to our community. Please Note (updated April 11, 2022) In order to ensure the City fulfills its primary function of protecting the health and safety of our community and employees, the City of Petaluma has adopted a COVID-19 vaccination and testing policy to help mitigate transmission of COVID-19. All City of Petaluma employees are required to comply with the provisions of the COVID-19 vaccination and testing policy. Therefore, any candidate selected to move forward in the selection process, as a condition of employment, will be required to either: (1) provide proof of full vaccination for COVID-19 (proof of vaccination means being fully vaccinated according to the latest criteria established by federal and local public health agencies); or (2) submit to weekly COVID-19 testing. PETALUMA FIRE DEPARTMENT The Petaluma Fire Department is a full-service fire and rescue agency. The Department operates from three stations strategically located around Petaluma. The Department staffs two engine companies, one truck/engine cross-staffed company, three dual-role ALS ambulances, and a 24-hour Battalion Chief. Last year the PFD responded to over 7000 calls for service! We are currently recruiting to fill 6 vacancies. Petaluma Firefighters work the 48/96 schedule and rotate each set between engine and ambulance positions. Call volume is challenging and varied but still allows time for training and exposure to the many facets that makes Petaluma a place for an exciting career. As an employee of the Petaluma Fire Department, you can expect to gain expertise in EMS response, Structure and Wildland Fire Suppression, Vehicle Extrication, Rescue Systems, and more. The response area is a combination of a historic downtown, urban, suburban, and rural areas. Our community has a river, marina, small airport, historic and modern industry, a highway, high-speed rail, rural roads, and wildland interface that all represent their own challenges and critical calls for service. Petaluma firefighters often work locally with CalFire and surrounding paid and volunteer organizations in the greater Petaluma area as well as provide strike team support on large incidents with our OES type 1 Engine and Type 6 brush truck. The Petaluma Fire Department has a rich history of service since 1857! THE POSITION A Firefighter/Paramedic responds to fires, medical emergencies, and other emergency and non-emergency situations and takes appropriate action to protect life and property; perform various staff support assignments in addition to normal emergency response activities. Firefighter/Paramedics are assigned to both engine and ambulance shifts. General supervision is provided by the Fire Captain, and responsibilities may include the indirect supervision of support staff. Duties Respond to calls for medical aid, including traffic collisions and rescue situations. Provide pre-hospital care, including examining patients and monitoring vital signs; establish I.V. lines, administer medications, insert airway, defibrillate heart and take other basic and advanced first aid and life support actions; communicate with hospital and or health care professionals in person or by radio; complete required reports. Restock supplies and maintain ambulances and other emergency vehicles and equipment in proper working condition. In a fire emergency, connect supply lines, control and extinguish fires, using various size hand-lines, deck ladders and portable water monitors; connect foam eductors and apply foam and chemicals for fire suppression and control. Search buildings and rescue victims from buildings and motor vehicles sometimes using specialized power and hand tools; use various hand and power tools to obtain entry to buildings, free trapped accident victims, and provide ventilation. Participate in specialized rescue operations, including aerial, water, underground and confined space situations, including the use of rigging and shoring. Contain, control, and decontaminate hazardous material spills. Participate in clean-up, salvage, overhaul operations; clean, service, and ensure operational readiness of fire vehicles, apparatus, hoses and equipment; assist with the maintenance of stations and facilities. Participate in various staff support assignments including but not limited to: fire prevention, inspection, and maintenance of inventory records, scheduled inspection of department equipment, fire inspection, and investigation. Work with the community in a variety of educational, public relations, and service programs; may provide CPR training classes as assigned. May serve in higher level classification, on a relief basis if certified and/or licensed to do so; may direct the work of others, particularly in a medical emergency. Perform related duties as assigned. Qualifications Education : Equivalent to graduation from high school. Experience : Ambulance experience as a Paramedic or EMT and previous firefighting experience in a volunteer or paid capacity is highly desirable. Required Licenses/Certifications Must possess a valid California Class C driver license. Must obtain a valid California Class C driver license with a Firefighter Endorsement or higher within 36 months of hire. Physical Requirements Must pass and maintain physical requirements as specified by the City and be able to wear self-contained breathing apparatus. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Entry Level Firefighter/Paramedic Current accreditation as a Paramedic in advanced life support, either through the National Registry or State of California OR currently attending an accredited California Paramedic Academy at the time of application. Certification as a Paramedic in advanced life support, either through the National Registry or State of California is required prior to a final job offer. CPAT required prior to conditional job offer. CSFM Firefighter 1 certification or FF1 Academy Completion required. Exception: Paramedics may apply if currently enrolled in a CSFM FF1 Academy. FF1 Academy completion is required prior to a final job offer. California Candidate Physical Ability Test (CPAT) Some applicants are required to submit proof of successful completion of a California Candidate Physical Ability Test (CPAT) to Human Resources prior to the interview panel assessment. The CPAT card of completion must have an issuance date that is less than a year from the date of application for the proof to be valid. Go to https://www.fctconline.org/candidates/upcoming-test-schedule/ for upcoming test dates. If you do not have a valid CPAT card at the time your application is submitted, you must indicate the date and location of your scheduled test on your supplemental questionnaire. Once you have received your CPAT card, please submit a PDF copy via email to hr@cityofpetaluma.org as soon as it is available. Application and Selection Process: All completed application documents will be reviewed. An application submitted without complete information will not be considered. A screening committee will evaluate the qualifications of each applicant who has met the minimum requirements for the position. The highest-ranking applicants will be invited to continue in the selection process. Applicants meeting the minimum qualifications are not guaranteed advancement in the process, and the decision of the screening committee is final. Highly Qualified Applicants Applicants demonstrating the following will be rated as most highly qualified: Full-time paid Firefighting experience. Experience as Paramedic on an ambulance responding to emergency 911 calls. Hiring Requirements Candidates being considered for selection are subject to an oral interview, practical exercise or other qualification testing, background investigation, polygraph, pre-employment medical/psychological examination, and State of California Department of Justice fingerprint search of records. Successful candidates must pass a drug screen as part of the pre-employment medical examination to be considered for appointment. All statements made on application materials must be correct and will be subject to investigation and verification. Physical Demands and Working Environment While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to use hands and fingers, handle or feel, reach with hands and arms, talk or hear, and taste or smell. The employee frequently is required to stand, walk, sit and stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl. The employee is occasionally required to climb or balance. The employee must frequently lift and/or move up to 10 pounds and occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and ability to adjust focus. While performing the duties of this job, the employee may be exposed to fumes or airborne particles, toxic or caustic chemicals and outside weather conditions. The employee is frequently exposed to moving mechanical parts. The employee is occasionally exposed to high, precarious places and risk of electrical shock. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate. Incumbents assigned to this classification, when performing actual fire cause investigations or other fire prevention activities, will be required to work outdoors in a variety of weather conditions, such as very hot and/or very cold temperatures. Incumbents must be able to move debris and dirt or other material using a shovel or rake, walk over rough, uneven or rocky surfaces, work at heights greater than 10 feet, climb ladders or steps to reach objects, wear a self-contained breathing apparatus, hear alarms and other auditory warning devices, observe or monitor objects, such as fire protection equipment and systems, buildings, underground storage tanks or data, such as underground tank test results. Incumbents may be required to work in small, cramped areas, use common hand tools, bend or stoop repeatedly or continually over time, use stomach and lower back muscles to support the body, perform physical inventories, discriminate among colors or match colors of wiring systems and color-coded valves and piping, move objects (such as portable generators, tools, equipment and evidence) weighing up to 50 pounds over long distances, stand or walk for extended periods of time with the inability to rest at will, and use arms above shoulder level. When not performing duties in the field, incumbents work in an indoor office setting and are required to enter data into a terminal, PC, or keyboard device, produce written documents using proper grammar, punctuation, and spelling, use graphic instructions, blueprints, and layouts as part of the plan review process when checking for code compliance and sit for extended periods of time with the ability to move at will. Closing Date/Time: 7/18/2022 11:59 PM Pacific
CITY OF PETALUMA, CA Petaluma, CA, United States
Jun 08, 2022
Part Time
Summary/Class Characteristics PART TIME TINY TOTS TEACHER I Positions assigned to the Tiny Tots program are responsible for planning, organizing, coordinating and implementing a developmentally appropriate preschool program. The current schedule for this position will be Monday - Friday, 8:00AM - 2:00PM Anticipated target start date will be early - mid August for the new school year. The program is located at the Petaluma Community Center. NOTE: This is a part-time, non-benefited position and hours will not exceed 29 hours per week or 1000 hours per fiscal year. #petalumaproud A City that Works for Everyone Our City has an enormous amount of civic pride which celebrates multiple approaches and points of view. When we say we are a City that Works for Everyone we mean everyone. To do that well, we're creating a workforce that is inclusive and listens to the multitude of voices and views of our employees. Diversity is an integral part of our organizational identity. Inclusion is the way we treat and perceive our differences. Equity is treating all our employees fairly and acknowledging that everyone has value. This drives our innovation, motivation and connects us even closer to our community. Please Note (updated April 11, 2022) In order to ensure the City fulfills its primary function of protecting the health and safety of our community and employees, the City of Petaluma has adopted a COVID-19 vaccination and testing policy to help mitigate transmission of COVID-19. All City of Petaluma employees are required to comply with the provisions of the COVID-19 vaccination and testing policy. Therefore, any candidate selected to move forward in the selection process, as a condition of employment, will be required to either: (1) provide proof of full vaccination for COVID-19 (proof of vaccination means being fully vaccinated according to the latest criteria established by federal and local public health agencies); or (2) submit to weekly COVID-19 testing. Duties Plan, organize, coordinate, and implement a developmentally appropriate preschool program for the Tiny Tots program in the Recreation Services Department. Supervise organized activities and ensure activity safety. Plan and arrange for nutritious snacks and lunches Create a pleasant, stimulating classroom environment for daily activities. Monitor equipment and supply use. Purchase supplies as needed. Maintain documentation of classroom observation and safety logs. Attend staff trainings and weekly planning meetings. Provide necessary guidance for all volunteers, staff, parents, and grandparent volunteers. Incorporate health and safety standards for classroom and outdoor activities, including but not limited to the preparation, cleanup, proper care, and storage of all equipment and supplies. Report suspected child abuse as required by law. Orient and update parents and enrolled students regarding program policies. Perform related duties as assigned. Qualifications Education: Equivalent to graduation from high school. Completion of six Early Childhood Education (ECE) units from an accredited or approved college or university. Experience: One year of responsible work experience working with children in a group child care program or preschool setting. Physical Demands and Working Environment The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform he essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Position requires prolonged sitting, standing; walking; reaching, twisting, turning, kneeling, bending, squatting and stooping in the performance of daily activities. The position also requires grasping, repetitive hand movement and fine coordination. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 45 pounds, dependent upon the specific task. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus. Positions require the employee to be exposure to outside weather conditions. The noise level is moderate to loud. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
CITY OF PETALUMA, CA Petaluma, CA, United States
Jun 04, 2022
Full Time
Summary/Class Characteristics Working With Our Community To Provide Professional Police Services Since 1858 Police Officer - Current Academy Attendees and Graduates In addition to a competitive salary, CalPERS Retirement and a generous benefits package this position offers opportunities for special assignments including K9, Hostage Negotiation, FTO, Traffic Motorcycle Officers, Investigations and SWAT. There are also opportunities for career advancement and department funded training opportunities. Special Pays as a sworn Police Officer: Uniform Pay: 1.5% of Step 5 of Police Officer annual salaryPOST Certificate Pay: 5% for POST Intermediate Certificate, 7% for POST Advanced or Supervisory Certificates.Bilingual Pay: up to $200 per monthField Training Officer, Traffic Officer, Detective, K-9 Officer: 5% as assignedSWAT: 2.5% as assignedShift Differential: 3% if assigned to swing shift, 5% if assigned to graveyard shiftLongevity Pay: 2.5% after 10 years, 5% after 15 years, 7.5% after 20 years of service with the City Benefits as a sworn Police Officer: CalPERS Retirement: 3% at 55 for "classic" members, 2.7% at 57 for new members. Those hired as a Trainee, will be enrolled as a Miscellaneous member of CalPERS until graduation of the academy. CalPERS Health Program : City pays 95% of Bay Area Kaiser rate premium for employee and eligible dependents Dental/Vision/EAP/Life/LTD Insurance: paid 100% by City Holiday Pay : 156 hours per year Sick Leave : earn 96 hours per year with unlimited accrual Compensatory Time Off Bank : earn hours at 1.5 times actual hours worked up to 240 hours Vacation Time : earn 80-200 hours per year depending on years of service Cash in Lieu of Medical/Dental Benefits : receive 50% of Kaiser Bay Area premium and Dental premium as cash payment (with proof of other insurance for employee and eligible dependents) Paid Parental Leave - up to 8 weeks (or equivalent hours) of paid time for qualifying family bonding Please Note (updated April 11, 2022) In order to ensure the City fulfills its primary function of protecting the health and safety of our community and employees, the City of Petaluma has adopted a COVID-19 vaccination and testing policy to help mitigate transmission of COVID-19. All City of Petaluma employees are required to comply with the provisions of the COVID-19 vaccination and testing policy. Therefore, any candidate selected to move forward in the selection process, as a condition of employment, will be required to either: (1) provide proof of full vaccination for COVID-19 (p roof of vaccination means being fully vaccinated according to the latest criteria established by federal and local public health agencies); or (2) submit to weekly COVID-19 testing. The Position If you are currently attending or have recently graduated from a California POST accredited Police Academy you are invited to apply for this position. The Department The Petaluma Police Department is dedicated to providing the best law enforcement services to the community and it prides itself on community involved programs. Petaluma has a population of approximately 60,000 and encompasses nearly 14 square miles situated 40 miles north of San Francisco Bay Area on U.S. 101, and 30 miles east of the Pacific Ocean. The Police Department staffing includes 84.5 full time employees, including one Chief, one Deputy Chief, four Lieutenants, nine Sergeants, forty-seven Officers, and other support staff. In addition, the department has two K-9 Officers, Traffic Unit, Motorcycle Patrol, SWAT Team, Investigations Unit, and Reserve Community Service Officer Program (Volunteer). The Petaluma Police Department is proactive in Community Oriented Policing Philosophy. Class Characteristics General supervision is provided by the Police Sergeant; responsibilities may include the indirect supervision of officers and/or support staff. This is the working level class in law enforcement, performing all duties required to effectively respond to and resolve the normal scope of peace officer situations. Incumbents may be assigned to patrol, traffic, juvenile, crime prevention or other police-related functions. This class is distinguished from uniformed civilian police-related classes by the responsibility and authority associated with designation as a sworn peace officer under the laws of the state. It is further distinguished from the Police Sergeant class in that the latter is a first-line supervisor responsible for assigned officers and other support staff. Duties The duties, skills, and demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with a disability to perform the essential duties, skills, and demands. Patrol assigned areas to ensure the security of life and property, observe situations, and deter crime by providing high visibility; respond to suspicious activities and answer emergency calls for service; enforce state, local, and federal laws and ordinances; issue verbal warnings and citations; pursue and apprehend suspects and request assistance as required. Investigate criminal activity and incidents as the responding officer; coordinate crime scene control and investigation, including interviews and interrogations and identification of witnesses; oversee collection and preservation of physical evidence; restore order, protect life and property, and maintain the peace at public gatherings and in conflict situations. Prepare and document cases, complete reports and records, and prepare and maintain other logs and records. Investigate traffic accidents and provide traffic and crowd control as necessary. Participate in special details and assignments, including K-9, traffic patrol, narcotics, investigation, and related activities; retrieve, identify, and return found property and/or evidence to owners; provide emergency aid and assistance to incapacitated persons and request additional response; provide information, directions, and other services and assistance to the public; testify in court, as subpoenaed; respond to SWAT team call-outs; may act as hostage negotiator. Direct, instruct, train, and supervise recruit officers in areas of traffic enforcement, radar operation, DUI enforcement, and basic traffic accident investigation. Perform related duties as assigned. Qualifications Knowledge of: Basic law enforcement terminology and concepts. Techniques for dealing with people of all socio-economic levels under hostile and emergency situations. Safety practices and precautions pertaining to the work. Learn the principles, practices, procedures, laws and ordinances, terminology, and operation of equipment used in law enforcement and crime prevention and investigation. Minimum Qualifications At the time of application you must : Be at least 21 years of age at the time of graduation from the Police Academy. Have education equivalent to completion of high school. Possess a valid California Driver License. Be a current POST Academy Attendee or Graduate Have achieved a PELLET B T-Score of 42 or better or have the degree equivalent. Be a U.S. citizen or currently have a citizenship application in process. Refer to California Government Code Section 1031(a) Selection Process All completed application documents will be reviewed. An application submitted without complete information will not be considered. A screening committee will evaluate the qualifications of each applicant who has met the minimum requirements for the position. The highest-ranking applicants will be invited to continue in the selection process. Meeting the minimum qualifications for a position does not assure that an applicant will continue in the process. All applicants will be notified as to the status of their application. Hiring Requirements Candidates being considered for selection will undergo a thorough background investigation, including by not limited to personal history, employment, education, military, State of California Department of Justice fingerprint search of records, DMV driving record, etc. A polygraph examination will be part of the background examination. Prior to appointment, candidates must also successfully complete a Police Chief interview, pre-employment medical examination, a drug screen and a psychological evaluation. All statements made on application materials must be correct and will be subject to investigation and verification. Physical Demands and Working Environment While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to sit, stand, walk, use hands to finger, handle, or feel, and talk or hear. The employee frequently is required to reach with hands and arms; climb or balance; stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl; and taste or smell. The employee must frequently lift and/or move weight up to 100 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently exposed to outside weather conditions. The employee is occasionally exposed to fumes or airborne particles. The employee occasionally works with use of vehicle. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
CITY OF PETALUMA, CA Petaluma, CA, United States
Jun 04, 2022
Full Time
Summary/Class Characteristics Working With Our Community To Provide Professional Police Services Since 1858 Police Officer - Lateral In addition to a competitive salary, CalPERS Retirement and a generous benefits package this position offers opportunities for special assignments including K9, Hostage Negotiation, FTO, Traffic Motorcycle Officers, SRO, Gang Enforcement Team, Investigations and SWAT. There are also opportunities for career advancement and department funded training opportunities. Hiring Bonus and Incentives : $10,000 signing bonus upon successful hiring process $5,000 upon completion of probationary period $10,000 upon completion of three years of service Vacation accrual rate that matches the total years of service as a Police Officer A bank of 40 hours of sick leave at the time of hire A bank of 80 hours of vacation leave upon successful completion of the Field Training Program Lateral Applicant Requirements To be considered as a lateral applicant you must: Be currently employed as a peace officer in good standing by a California-authorized jurisdiction. Have successfully completed your Field Training program in your current agency. Must possess Basic P.O.S.T. certification. Please Note (updated April 11, 2022) In order to ensure the City fulfills its primary function of protecting the health and safety of our community and employees, the City of Petaluma has adopted a COVID-19 vaccination and testing policy to help mitigate transmission of COVID-19. All City of Petaluma employees are required to comply with the provisions of the COVID-19 vaccination and testing policy. Therefore, any candidate selected to move forward in the selection process, as a condition of employment, will be required to either: (1) provide proof of full vaccination for COVID-19 (p roof of vaccination means being fully vaccinated according to the latest criteria established by federal and local public health agencies); or (2) submit to weekly COVID-19 testing. Police Department Petaluma Police Department is dedicated to providing the best law enforcement services to the community and it prides itself on community involved programs. Petaluma has a population of approximately 59,000 and encompasses nearly 13 square miles situated 40 miles north of San Francisco Bay Area on U.S. 101, and 30 miles east of the Pacific Ocean. The Police Department staffing includes 84.5 full time employees, including one Chief, one Deputy Chief, four Lieutenants, nine Sergeants, forty-seven Officers, and other support staff. In addition, the department has three K-9 Officers, Traffic Unit, Motorcycle Patrol, SWAT Team, Investigations Unit, FTO Program, and Reserve Community Service Officer Program (Volunteer). The Petaluma Police Department is proactive in Community Oriented Policing Philosophy. Special Pay The City of Petaluma provides newly hired officers a uniform and equipment in addition to compensation at the rate of 1.5% of Step 5 of Police Officers annual salary, paid per pay period. The City offers 5% of base salary for possession of a POST Intermediate certificate, 7% of base salary for a POST Advanced or Supervisory certificate. Sworn officers with certified Spanish bilingual skills receive an additional $100-$200 per month depending on proficiency. Field Training Officers receive an additional 5%. Detectives receive on-call pay and take home a vehicle. Summary Perform a wide variety of peace officer duties involving the protection of life and property, enforcement of laws and ordinances, criminal investigation, crime prevention and suppression, case preparation and testimony, and provision of information and assistance to the public; perform special assignments in areas such as traffic patrol, K-9 program, and gang detail. Class Characteristics General supervision is provided by the Police Sergeant; responsibilities may include the indirect supervision of officers and/or support staff. This is the working level class in law enforcement, performing all duties required to effectively respond to and resolve the normal scope of peace officer situations. Incumbents may be assigned to patrol, traffic, juvenile, crime prevention or other police-related functions. This class is distinguished from uniformed civilian police-related classes by the responsibility and authority associated with designation as a sworn peace officer under the laws of the state. It is further distinguished from the Police Sergeant class in that the latter is a first-line supervisor responsible for assigned officers and other support staff. Duties Patrol assigned areas to ensure the security of life and property, observe situations, and deter crime by providing high visibility; respond to suspicious activities and answer emergency calls for service; enforce state, local, and federal laws and ordinances; issue verbal warnings and citations; pursue and apprehend suspects and request assistance as required. Investigate criminal activity and incidents as the responding officer; coordinate crime scene control and investigation, including interviews and interrogations and identification of witnesses; oversee collection and preservation of physical evidence; restore order, protect life and property, and maintain the peace at public gatherings and in conflict situations. Prepare and document cases, complete reports and records, and prepare and maintain other logs and records. Investigate traffic accidents and provide traffic and crowd control as necessary. Participate in special details and assignments, including K-9, traffic patrol, narcotics, investigation, and related activities; retrieve, identify, and return found property and/or evidence to owners; provide emergency aid and assistance to incapacitated persons and request additional response; provide information, directions, and other services and assistance to the public; testify in court, as subpoenaed; respond to SWAT team call-outs; may act as hostage negotiator. Direct, instruct, train, and supervise recruit officers in areas of traffic enforcement, radar operation, DUI enforcement, and basic traffic accident investigation. Perform related duties as assigned. Qualifications Knowledge of: Basic law enforcement terminology and concepts. Techniques for dealing with people of all socio-economic levels under hostile and emergency situations. Safety practices and precautions pertaining to the work. Learn the principles, practices, procedures, laws and ordinances, terminology, and operation of equipment used in law enforcement and crime prevention and investigation. Education and Experience Any combination equivalent to the education and experience likely to provide the required knowledge and abilities would be qualifying. A typical way to gain such knowledge and abilities would be: Education : Equivalent to graduation from high school and completion of a recognized police academy. Certifications/Licenses: Possession of a valid California Class C driver's license. Must possess a basic P.O.S.T. certification and maintain firearms qualification. Hiring Requirements Candidates being considered for selection will undergo a thorough background investigation, including by not limited to personal history, employment, education, military, State of California Department of Justice fingerprint search of records, DMV driving record, etc. A polygraph examination will be part of the background examination. Prior to appointment, candidates must also successfully complete a Police Chief interview, pre-employment medical examination, a drug screen, and a psychological evaluation. All statements made on application materials must be correct and will be subject to investigation and verification. Physical Demands and Working Environment While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to sit, stand, walk, use hands to finger, handle, or feel, and talk or hear. The employee frequently is required to reach with hands and arms; climb or balance; stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl; and taste or smell. The employee must frequently lift and/or move weight up to 100 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently exposed to outside weather conditions. The employee is occasionally exposed to fumes or airborne particles. The employee occasionally works with use of vehicle. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
CITY OF PETALUMA, CA Petaluma, CA, United States
Jun 04, 2022
Full Time
Summary/Class Characteristics Working With Our Community To Provide Professional Police Services Since 1858 Public Safety Dispatcher - Lateral This recruitment is for Lateral Public Safety Dispatcher (Full-time and temporary part-time/per-diem) candidates with prior experience only. Full-time positions receive benefits and are represented. Temporary part-time/per-diem positions are not allocated, are unrepresented and do not receive benefits. Part-time hours vary depending on need and typically do not exceed 20 hours per week. To be considered for this recruitment, candidates must have at least one year of dispatcher experience and have completed a California POST Public Safety Dispatcher Basic Course. Special Pays as a Full Time Public Safety Dispatcher: Uniform Allowance: $260 annually POST Dispatcher Certificate Pay: 1.5% for POST Intermediate Dispatcher Certificate, 3% for POST Advanced Dispatcher Certificate. Bilingual Pay: up to $200 per month Public Safety Dispatcher Trainer: 5% as assigned Shift Differential: 3% if assigned to swing shift, 5% if assigned to graveyard shift Longevity Pay: 5% after 15 years of service with the City Benefits as a Full Time Public Safety Dispatcher: CalPERS Retirement: 2% at 60 for "classic" members, 2% at 62 for new members. CalPERS Health Program: City pays 95% of Bay Area Kaiser rate premium for employee and eligible dependents Dental/Vision/Life/LTD Insurance: paid 100% by City Holiday Pay: 156 hours per year Sick Leave: earn 96 hours per year with unlimited accrual Compensatory Time Off Bank: earn hours at 1.5 times actual hours worked up to 240 hours Vacation Time: earn 80-200 hours per year depending on years of service Cash in Lieu of Medical/Dental Benefits: receive 50% of Kaiser Bay Area premium and Dental premium as cash payment (with proof of other insurance for employee and eligible dependents) Please Note (updated April 11, 2022) In order to ensure the City fulfills its primary function of protecting the health and safety of our community and employees, the City of Petaluma has adopted a COVID-19 vaccination and testing policy to help mitigate transmission of COVID-19. All City of Petaluma employees are required to comply with the provisions of the COVID-19 vaccination and testing policy. Therefore, any candidate selected to move forward in the selection process, as a condition of employment, will be required to either: (1) provide proof of full vaccination for COVID-19 (p roof of vaccination means being fully vaccinated according to the latest criteria established by federal and local public health agencies); or (2) submit to weekly COVID-19 testing. The Petaluma Police Department Petaluma Police Department is dedicated to providing the best law enforcement services to the community and it prides itself on community involved programs. Petaluma has a population of approximately 61,000 and encompasses nearly 14 square miles situated 40 miles north of San Francisco Bay Area on U.S. 101, and 30 miles east of the Pacific Ocean. The Police Department staffing includes 84.5 full time employees, including one Chief, one Deputy Chief, four Lieutenants, nine Sergeants, fifty Officers, and other support staff, including the Communications Unit (Dispatch). In addition, the department has K-9 Officers, Traffic Unit, Motorcycle Patrol, SWAT Team, Investigations Unit, and Reserve Community Service Officer Program (Volunteer). The Petaluma Police Department is proactive in Community Oriented Policing Philosophy. The Communications Unit is comprised of a supervisor, 9 full-time, 2 job-share, 1 permanent part-time dispatcher positions. The Petaluma Police Department is a member of the Sonoma County consortium which uses a shared CAD/RMS system. Full Time Dispatchers typically work a 4/10 schedule (4 days per week/10 hours per day). Part Time (Per Diem) Dispatchers are required to work a minimum of 20 hours per month. Duties The duties, skills, and demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with a disability to perform the essential duties, skills, and demands. Receive 911 emergency and non-emergency calls for service; evaluate the nature of the emergency; enter information into computer terminals; determine appropriate response level, priority and type of resources required, dispatch police, fire, and medical personnel and equipment; update and monitor information related to the event. Monitor radio traffic and request for services, relay information and/or instructions to personnel, work with other agencies and coordinate mutual response radio traffic. Maintain records of calls for service using the computer aided dispatch system; maintain and access business and premise history files for emergency and other necessary contacts. Process and enter citations into the records management system and perform related clerical duties. Operate in-house and radio paging systems. Monitor closed-circuit security cameras. Assist citizens at the Police Station after business hours. Coordinate responses to after hour emergency calls for City services. May provide new employees with an orientation to City dispatch procedures and services. May be required to provide court testimony. Perform related duties as assigned. Qualifications Knowledge of: Modern office practices and procedures, computers, and software applications. Proper English usage, grammar, spelling, and punctuation. Alphabetic, chronological, and numeric filing systems. Effective communication techniques. Community resources. City and surrounding geography. Education and Experience Any combination equivalent to the education and experience likely to provide the required knowledge and abilities would be qualifying. A typical way to gain such knowledge and abilities would be: Education : Equivalent to graduation from high school. Related college course work desirable. Experience : One (1) year of experience in public safety and/or fire dispatching in a 911 center is required. Physical Demands and Working Environment While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to sit; use the computer keyboard and mouse, use hands to finger, handle, or feel; reach with hands and arms; talk and hear; stand, walk, and stoop, or crouch. Occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus. The employee will work in an office environment where the noise level is usually moderate. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
CITY OF PETALUMA, CA Petaluma, CA, United States
Jun 04, 2022
Full Time
Summary/Class Characteristics Street Maintenance Worker II Please Note (updated April 11, 2022) In order to ensure the City fulfills its primary function of protecting the health and safety of our community and employees, the City of Petaluma has adopted a COVID-19 vaccination and testing policy to help mitigate transmission of COVID-19. All City of Petaluma employees are required to comply with the provisions of the COVID-19 vaccination and testing policy. Therefore, any candidate selected to move forward in the selection process, as a condition of employment, will be required to either: (1) provide proof of full vaccination for COVID-19 (p roof of vaccination means being fully vaccinated according to the latest criteria established by federal and local public health agencies); or (2) submit to weekly COVID-19 testing. Summary Perform heavy, physical work in the maintenance and repair of streets, storm drains, and related structures; perform traffic painting and signing work and concrete work. Class Characteristics General supervision is provided by a higher-level supervisor or manager; responsibilities may include the indirect supervision of support staff. Street Maintenance Worker II The journey-level class of this series, fully competent to perform the full range of street maintenance duties. This class is distinguished from Street Maintenance Worker III which performs the most difficult street maintenance work, including the regular operation of construction equipment. Duties Break and remove surfaces; dig, shovel, haul, load, and unload soils, sand, asphalt mixes, and other materials. Spread, shovel, rake, float, and roll asphalt; repair potholes; clean storm drains; clear brush from catch basins, storm drains and flood channels; build forms and prepare sub-grades. Mix, pour, and finish concrete sidewalks, curbs, gutters, and driveways; repair private property damaged in the course of the work. Drive heavy trucks to pick up and deliver materials; haul equipment on transporters to and from work sites. Paint traffic control markings and stencils on pavements and curbs using airless spray equipment and brushes. Install traffic control legends and crosswalks using per-cut tapes; install buttons and reflectors used for lane markers. Fabricate, install, and maintain traffic and other signs according to established standards; install raised traffic bars, guardrails, and reflectors. Read and interpret maps, manuals, and specifications. Operate the drawbridge. Operate and maintain a wide variety of hand and power tools, test equipment, and other equipment related to the work, including jackhammers, concrete saws, tampers, rollers, compressors, generators, spreader boxes, airless spray equipment, heat bonding machines, stripers, etc. Operate a variety of light and heavy trucks used in the work. Observe safe work methods and safety practices related to the work; cone and flag worksites to secure from traffic; use appropriate safety equipment. Inspect vehicles and perform minor maintenance; report the need for major repairs and service; fuel and lubricate vehicles and related equipment; wash and clean assigned vehicles; operate assigned vehicles skillfully and safely; observe safe driving practices. Complete basic records related to work performed; may act in a lead capacity on specific jobs; respond to emergency situations in off-hours as required; assist other divisions in maintenance activities as assigned. Perform related duties as assigned. Qualifications Knowledge of: Technique, material, tools and equipment used in the maintenance and repair of streets, traffic signing and painting work, and concrete work. Operation and maintenance of a wide variety of hand and power tools and equipment common to the field. Safe work methods and safety regulations pertaining to the work. Codes and regulations related to the work. Shop mathematics. Education and Experience Any combination equivalent to the education and experience likely to provide the required knowledge and abilities would be qualifying. A typical way to gain such knowledge and abilities would be: Education : Equivalent to graduation to high school. Street Maintenance Worker I Experience : Six months of work experience as a laborer in construction or maintenance work. Street Maintenance Worker II Experience: In addition to the above, two years of experience in street maintenance, concrete work, and traffic painting and signing work at a level equivalent to the Street Maintenance Worker I class. Certifications/Licenses: Possession of a valid California Class C driver's license. Physical Demands and Working Environment While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to use hands to finger, handle, or feel; reach with hands and arms; and talk or hear. The employee frequently is required to stand, walk, and sit. The employee is occasionally required to climb or balance; stoop, kneel, crouch, crawl; and smell. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus. The employee must be able to perform heavy physical labor, including having sufficient strength to lift and carry tools and materials weighing up to 90 pounds. While performing the duties of this job the employee is occasionally exposed to outside weather conditions, wet and/or humid conditions, moving mechanical parts, fumes or airborne particles, toxic or caustic chemicals, and vibration. The noise level in the work environment may be moderate to loud depending on working conditions. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
CITY OF PETALUMA, CA Petaluma, CA, United States
Jun 04, 2022
Full Time
Summary/Class Characteristics Firefighter/Paramedic - Lateral Successful Lateral candidates can expect to be hired at Step 3, $102,047 annual base salary plus any applicable special pays. In addition, the following incentives will apply: A bank of 60 hours of sick leave at the time of hire. A bank of 48 hours of vacation leave at the time of hire. Two-week intensive training academy. No CPAT requirement. The following salary increase is scheduled: July 1, 2022 (2% COLA): $32.39 - $39.22/hour $94,572- $114,514/year We are currently recruiting to fill 2-3 current and anticipated vacancies within the next year. Applications will be reviewed and interviews will be scheduled on an ongoing basis. This recruitment will remain open until positions are filled and may close at any time. Interested candidates are encouraged to apply early. Anticipated recruit training academy will take place in late Spring/early Summer 2022. In addition to a competitive salary and CalPERS Retirement, this position offers a generous benefits package and many special pays and incentives. These include but not limited to: CalPERS Health Program : City pays 95% of Bay Area Kaiser rate premium for employee and eligible dependents Dental/Vision/Life/LTD/EAP: paid 100% by City Retiree Medical Trust Holiday Pay : 156 hours per year (value approximately $4953 - $5998 annually) Longevity Pay : 5% at 15 years of service Education Pay : up to $2400 per year Bilingual Pay : up to $2400 per year Sick Leave : earn 144 hours per year. Sick leave will be charged against the employee's accrual at the rate of an hour for an hour based on actual sick leave usage, for the first day of sick leave used per injury and illness. Each successive day will be charged at the rate 12 hours for the same injury or illness. Compensatory Time Off Bank : earn hours at 1.5 times actual hours worked up to 240 hours Vacation Time : earn up to 12 shifts (288 hours) per year Cash in Lieu of Medical/Dental Benefits : receive 50% of Kaiser Bay Area premium and Dental premium as cash payment (with proof of other insurance for employee and eligible dependents) Paid Parental Leave - up to 8 weeks (or equivalent hours) of paid time for qualifying family bond #petalumaproud A City that Works for Everyone Our City has an enormous amount of civic pride which celebrates multiple approaches and points of view. When we say we are a City that Works for Everyone we mean everyone. To do that well, we're creating a workforce that is inclusive and listens to the multitude of voices and views of our employees. Diversity is an integral part of our organizational identity. Inclusion is the way we treat and perceive our differences. Equity is treating all our employees fairly and acknowledging that everyone has value. This drives our innovation, motivation and connects us even closer to our community. Please Note (updated April 11, 2022) In order to ensure the City fulfills its primary function of protecting the health and safety of our community and employees, the City of Petaluma has adopted a COVID-19 vaccination and testing policy to help mitigate transmission of COVID-19. All City of Petaluma employees are required to comply with the provisions of the COVID-19 vaccination and testing policy. Therefore, any candidate selected to move forward in the selection process, as a condition of employment, will be required to either: (1) provide proof of full vaccination for COVID-19 (p roof of vaccination means being fully vaccinated according to the latest criteria established by federal and local public health agencies); or (2) submit to weekly COVID-19 testing. PETALUMA FIRE DEPARTMENT The Petaluma Fire Department is a full-service fire and rescue agency. The Department operates from three stations strategically located around Petaluma. The Department staffs two engine companies, one truck/engine cross-staffed company, three dual-role ALS ambulances, and a 24-hour Battalion Chief. Last year the PFD responded to over 7000 calls for service! We are currently recruiting to fill 6 vacancies. Petaluma Firefighters work the 48/96 schedule and rotate each set between engine and ambulance positions. Call volume is challenging and varied but still allows time for training and exposure to the many facets that makes Petaluma a place for an exciting career. As an employee of the Petaluma Fire Department, you can expect to gain expertise in EMS response, Structure and Wildland Fire Suppression, Vehicle Extrication, Rescue Systems, and more. The response area is a combination of a historic downtown, urban, suburban, and rural areas. Our community has a river, marina, small airport, historic and modern industry, a highway, high-speed rail, rural roads, and wildland interface that all represent their own challenges and critical calls for service. Petaluma firefighters often work locally with CalFire and surrounding paid and volunteer organizations in the greater Petaluma area as well as provide strike team support on large incidents with our OES type 1 Engine and Type 6 brush truck. The Petaluma Fire Department has a rich history of service since 1857! THE POSITION A Firefighter/Paramedic responds to fires, medical emergencies, and other emergency and non-emergency situations and take appropriate action to protect life and property; perform various staff support assignments in addition to normal emergency response activities. General supervision is provided by the Fire Captain; responsibilities may include the indirect supervision of support staff. Duties Respond to calls for medical aid, including traffic collisions and rescue situations. Provide pre-hospital care, including examining patients and monitoring vital signs; establish I.V. lines, administer medications, insert airway, defibrillate heart and take other basic and advanced first aid and life support actions; communicate with hospital and or health care professionals in person or by radio; complete required reports. Restock supplies and maintain ambulances and other emergency vehicles and equipment in proper working condition. In a fire emergency, connect supply lines, control and extinguish fires, using various size hand-lines, deck ladders and portable water monitors; connect foam eductors and apply foam and chemicals for fire suppression and control. Search buildings and rescue victims from buildings and motor vehicles sometimes using specialized power and hand tools; use various hand and power tools to obtain entry to buildings, free trapped accident victims, and provide ventilation. Participate in specialized rescue operations, including aerial, water, underground and confined space situations, including the use of rigging and shoring. Contain, control, and decontaminate hazardous material spills. Participate in clean-up, salvage, overhaul operations; clean, service, and ensure operational readiness of fire vehicles, apparatus, hoses and equipment; assist with the maintenance of stations and facilities. Participate in various staff support assignments including but not limited to: fire prevention, inspection, and maintenance of inventory records, scheduled inspection of department equipment, fire inspection, and investigation. Work with the community in a variety of educational, public relations, and service programs; may provide CPR training classes as assigned. May serve in higher level classification, on a relief basis if certified and/or licensed to do so; may direct the work of others, particularly in a medical emergency. Perform related duties as assigned. Qualifications Lateral Firefighter/Paramedic Must be currently employed as a paid, full-time firefighter/paramedic with at least one year experience in that capacity. ALS medical transport experience highly desirable. NO CPAT required for lateral candidates. Current accreditation as a Paramedic in advanced life support, either through the National Registry or State of California. Sonoma County (Coastal Valleys EMS) accreditation as a paramedic is required within three months of hire. CSMF Firefighter 1 certification or FF1 Academy completion required. Education : Equivalent to graduation from high school. Experience : Must be currently employed as a paid, full-time firefighter with at least one year experience in that capacity. Required Licenses/Certifications Must possess a valid California Class C driver license. Must obtain a valid California Class C driver license with a Firefighter Endorsement or higher within 36 months of hire. Current certification as a Paramedic in advanced life support, either through the National Registry Paramedic or State of California. Must maintain local certification requirements. Accreditation in the County of Sonoma as an EMT-Paramedic within three months of date of hire. Physical Requirements Must pass and maintain physical requirements as specified by the City and be able to wear self-contained breathing apparatus. Must be willing to work shifts as structured in the fire department. Application and Selection Process: All completed application documents will be reviewed. An application submitted without complete information will not be considered. A screening committee will evaluate the qualifications of each applicant who has met the minimum requirements for the position. The highest-ranking applicants will be invited to continue in the selection process. Applicants meeting the minimum qualifications are not guaranteed advancement in the process, and the decision of the screening committee is final. Hiring Requirements Candidates being considered for selection may be subject to an oral interview, practical exercise or other qualification testing, background investigation, polygraph, pre-employment medical/psychological examination, and State of California Department of Justice fingerprint search of records. Successful candidates must pass a drug screen as part of the pre-employment medical examination to be considered for appointment. All statements made on application materials must be correct and will be subject to investigation and verification. Physical Demands and Working Environment While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to sit; use hands to palpate, handle, or feel; reach with hands and arms; and talk or hear. The employee frequently is required to walk, stand, climb, balance, stoop, kneel, crouch, crawl, and taste or smell. The employee must occasionally lift weight in excess of over 150 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly exposed to outside weather conditions. The employee is occasionally exposed to high, precarious places, fumes or airborne particles; toxic or caustic chemicals; explosives; and vibration. The noise level in the work environment is usually loud. A Firefighter/Paramedic is required to wear appropriate firefighting and chemical safety apparel and equipment, including turnout gear, helmet, hood, and self-contained breathing apparatus. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
CITY OF PETALUMA, CA Petaluma, CA, United States
Jun 04, 2022
Full Time
Summary/Class Characteristics Assistant Engineer I/II Associate Civil Engineer Click here to see the full recruitment brochure Due to some exciting changes and new funding resources, the City of Petaluma is growing its Public Works Department to champion some very exciting projects. The City of Petaluma seeks multiple engineering positions: Associate Civil Engineer and Assistant Engineer I/II . The Associate & Assistant Engineers support projects across the Department. Some of these projects in our Public Works Department include upgrades and changes to city facilities, airport, riverfront, marina, bike and pedestrian pathways, parks, open space, utilities, and street improvements. These positions allow for career growth and the opportunity to gain a diverse skillset, leading to an increase in responsibilities and supervisory functions. The Department is offering a unique opportunity to work in a full-service public works department (design, bid, build) and needs candidates who will effectively work with our community and our amazing department and City team members. These candidates will be collaborative, communicative, flexible, push for innovation, and take appropriate risk to think out of the box. If you're interested in working for a full-service public works department that embraces a high-performance organizational culture and offers the opportunity to work on a variety of projects, apply today! THE JOBS / THE IDEAL CANDIDATES Associate Civil Engineer & Assistant Engineer I/II (2 positions) The Associate Civil Engineer and Assistant Engineer I/II both perform civil engineering work for the Department, working in the office and the field. The Associate Civil Engineer acts as a project leader within their scope of experience and expertise while the Assistant Engineer works to support such work. The types of projects these roles focus on include streets, sanitary sewer, storm sewer, sidewalks, streetlights, and other public works construction projects. The ideal candidates for ALL these positions have strong problem-solving, communication, and collaboration skills. These positions will have an in-depth understanding of safety practices and applicable civil engineering laws, rules, tools, and systems. Successful candidates will have a growth mindset and look forward to developing their civil engineering careers. The successful candidates will be highly attentive to detail, as they will work on projects that require great accuracy and compliance with regulations. Strong communication and presentation skills, customer service focus, and a desire to serve constituents to improve the lives of those in our community are a must. Minimum Qualifications For all positions: Any combination equivalent to the education and experience likely to provide the required knowledge and abilities would be qualifying. A typical way to gain such knowledge and abilities is described below: Assistant Engineer I/II Education: A Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in civil engineering or a related field; and Experience: Assistant Engineer I Experience in civil engineering work is desirable Assistant Engineer II Two years of professional civil engineering experience equivalent to Assistant Engineer I with the City of Petaluma Licenses: Possession of a valid California Class C driver's license. Registration as a Professional Civil Engineer (PE) in the State of California with good standing. Desired: Assistant Engineer I Experience in civil engineering work is desirable Assistant Engineer II Possession of an Engineer-in-Training certificate in Civil Engineering is desirable Associate Civil Engineer Education: A Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in civil engineering or a related field; and Experience: Two years of professional civil engineering experience Licenses: Possession of a valid California Class C driver's license. Registration as a Professional Civil Engineer with good standing is required from any U.S. state or from any other country with comparable registration requirements as approved by the Director. Desired: Experience in a municipal or public setting Registration as a Professional Civil Engineer in California is desirable, supported, and encouraged Please Note (updated April 11, 2022) In order to ensure the City fulfills its primary function of protecting the health and safety of our community and employees, the City of Petaluma has adopted a COVID-19 vaccination and testing policy to help mitigate transmission of COVID-19. All City of Petaluma employees are required to comply with the provisions of the COVID-19 vaccination and testing policy. Therefore, any candidate selected to move forward in the selection process, as a condition of employment, will be required to either: (1) provide proof of full vaccination for COVID-19 (proof of vaccination means being fully vaccinated according to the latest criteria established by federal and local public health agencies); or (2) submit to weekly COVID-19 testing. BENEFITS An attractive benefits package that includes a retirement pension, medical, dental and vision benefits, lifestyle perks, paid time off (vacation, sick leave, parental leave, etc.), wellness benefits, and more! Learn more about the City's benefits here HOW TO APPLY For first consideration, apply as soon as possible by completing an application and attaching your cover letter and resume here. Save the Dates: Interviews will take place as qualified candidates apply. Questions? Please contact your recruiter, Sam Sackman, with any inquiries. sam@wbcpinc.com 541.630.0657 (direct) 866.929.9277 (toll-free) Please note that if you previously applied for this position and met the minimum qualifications, your application was transferred to the recruiter. Applicants who did not meet the minimum qualifications, were email notified. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
CITY OF PETALUMA, CA Petaluma, CA, United States
Jun 04, 2022
Full Time
Summary/Class Characteristics Project Manager Click here to see the full recruitment brochure Due to some exciting changes and new funding resources, the City of Petaluma is growing its Public Works Department to champion some very exciting projects. The City of Petaluma seeks a Project Manager for the Department. The Project Manager ensures the Department is meeting its project goals. Some of these projects in our Public Works Department include upgrades and changes to city facilities, airport, riverfront, marina, bike and pedestrian pathways, parks, open space, utilities, and street improvements. These positions allow for career growth and the opportunity to gain a diverse skillset, leading to an increase in responsibilities and supervisory functions. The Department is offering a unique opportunity to work in a full-service public works department (design, bid, build) and needs candidates that will effectively work with our community and our amazing department and City team members. These candidates will be collaborative, communicative, flexible, push for innovation, and take appropriate risk to think out of the box. If you're interested in working for a full-service public works department that embraces a high-performance organizational culture and offers the opportunity to work on a variety of projects, apply today! THE JOB / THE IDEAL CANDIDATE The Project Manager ensures projects are moving forward and meeting deadlines. They will oversee various architectural, engineering, and capital improvement projects within the Department. Much of this role involves strategic planning, task delegation, and progress monitoring. The Project Manager will ensure the City is meeting green building requirements and is working to be more sustainable and energy-efficient. They will also oversee licensing requirements, prepare project budgets, develop project schedules, and do anything else that ensures projects are running smoothly. The ideal candidate is highly organized, ensuring their team is meeting crucial timelines and goals within the scope of each project. The successful candidate will use their strong interpersonal skills when they interact with contractors and City staff. They need to be familiar with rules, regulations, and laws affecting City projects and adapt quickly. Successful candidates will be technically savvy and have experience using project management systems. The ideal candidates for this position have strong problem-solving, communication, and collaboration skills. These positions will have an in-depth understanding of safety practices and applicable civil engineering laws, rules, tools, and systems. Successful candidates will have a growth mindset and look forward to developing their civil engineering careers. The successful candidates will be highly attentive to detail, as they will work on projects that require great accuracy and compliance with regulations. Strong communication and presentation skills, customer service focus, and a desire to serve constituents to improve the lives of those in our community are a must. Minimum Qualifications Any combination equivalent to the education and experience likely to provide the required knowledge and abilities would be qualifying. A typical way to gain such knowledge and abilities is described below: Education: A Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in engineering, architecture, environmental studies, construction management, or a related field; and Experience: Four years of increasingly responsible experience coordinating and administering architectural, engineering, or construction capital projects Licenses: Possession of a valid California Class C driver's license. Desired: Experience with municipal or other public sector capital projects Possession of a valid registration as a Professional Engineer (any state/country with comity) Please Note (updated April 11, 2022) In order to ensure the City fulfills its primary function of protecting the health and safety of our community and employees, the City of Petaluma has adopted a COVID-19 vaccination and testing policy to help mitigate transmission of COVID-19. All City of Petaluma employees are required to comply with the provisions of the COVID-19 vaccination and testing policy. Therefore, any candidate selected to move forward in the selection process, as a condition of employment, will be required to either: (1) provide proof of full vaccination for COVID-19 (proof of vaccination means being fully vaccinated according to the latest criteria established by federal and local public health agencies); or (2) submit to weekly COVID-19 testing. BENEFITS An attractive benefits package that includes a retirement pension, medical, dental and vision benefits, lifestyle perks, paid time off (vacation, sick leave, parental leave, etc.), wellness benefits, and more! Learn more about the City's benefits here HOW TO APPLY For first consideration, apply as soon as possible by completing an application and attaching your cover letter and resume here. Save the Dates: Interviews will take place as qualified candidates apply. Questions? Please contact your recruiter, Wendi Brown, with any inquiries. wendi@wbcpinc.com 541.664.0376 (direct) 866.929.9277 (toll-free) Please note that if you previously applied for this position and met the minimum qualifications, your application was transferred to the recruiter. Applicants who did not meet the minimum qualifications, were email notified. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
CITY OF PETALUMA, CA Petaluma, CA, United States
Jun 04, 2022
Full Time
Summary/Class Characteristics Senior Civil Engineer Click here to see the full recruitment brochure Due to some exciting changes and new funding resources, the City of Petaluma is growing its Public Works Department to champion some very exciting projects. The City of Petaluma seeks a Senior Civil Engineer. The Senior Civil Engineer performs complex engineering work on a variety of projects. Some of these projects in our Public Works Department include upgrades and changes to city facilities, airport, riverfront, marina, bike and pedestrian pathways, parks, open space, utilities, and street improvements. These positions allow for career growth and the opportunity to gain a diverse skillset, leading to an increase in responsibilities and supervisory functions. The Department is offering a unique opportunity to work in a full-service public works department (design, bid, build) and needs candidates who will effectively work with our community and our amazing department and City team members. These candidates will be collaborative, communicative, flexible, push for innovation, and take appropriate risk to think out of the box. If you're interested in working for a full-service public works department that embraces a high-performance organizational culture and offers the opportunity to work on a variety of projects, apply today! THE JOB / THE IDEAL CANDIDATE The Senior Civil Engineer will use their substantial experience and training to perform high-level civil engineering tasks. While providing staff with direction and guidance, they will work independently, prioritize the engineering team's work, and support capital improvement projects. Projects can range across water, sewer, and storm systems, public right-of-way infrastructure, pedestrian and bicycle programs, airport, parks & recreation facilities, and other City-owned buildings. This position will work on projects from "cradle to grave," including in-house design and other exciting opportunities that may not always be managed in-house. This position will also develop and supervise junior engineering staff and ensure they are fostering a purposeful and enriching employment culture. This position will also collaborate across divisions and departments within the City, as well as effectively communicate, support, and build relationships with the City committees, commissions, and boards, elected officials, regional partners, and other stakeholders. The next Senior Civil Engineer will lead others while also being a hands-on contributor to the team's work. The ideal candidates for this position have strong problem-solving, communication, and collaboration skills. These positions will have an in-depth understanding of safety practices and applicable civil engineering laws, rules, tools, and systems. Successful candidates will have a growth mindset and look forward to developing their civil engineering careers. The successful candidates will be highly attentive to detail, as they will work on projects that require great accuracy and compliance with regulations. Strong communication and presentation skills, customer service focus, and a desire to serve constituents to improve the lives of those in our community are a must. Minimum Qualifications Any combination equivalent to the education and experience likely to provide the required knowledge and abilities would be qualifying. A typical way to gain such knowledge and abilities is described below: Education: A Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in civil engineering or a related field; and Experience: Five years of progressively responsible professional engineering experience to demonstrate possession of the knowledge and abilities listed above, including supervisory experience Licenses: Possession of a valid California Class C driver's license. Registration as a Professional Civil Engineer (PE) in the State of California with good standing. Please Note (updated April 11, 2022) In order to ensure the City fulfills its primary function of protecting the health and safety of our community and employees, the City of Petaluma has adopted a COVID-19 vaccination and testing policy to help mitigate transmission of COVID-19. All City of Petaluma employees are required to comply with the provisions of the COVID-19 vaccination and testing policy. Therefore, any candidate selected to move forward in the selection process, as a condition of employment, will be required to either: (1) provide proof of full vaccination for COVID-19 (proof of vaccination means being fully vaccinated according to the latest criteria established by federal and local public health agencies); or (2) submit to weekly COVID-19 testing. BENEFITS An attractive benefits package that includes a retirement pension, medical, dental and vision benefits, lifestyle perks, paid time off (vacation, sick leave, parental leave, etc.), wellness benefits, and more! Learn more about the City's benefits here HOW TO APPLY For first consideration, apply as soon as possible by completing an application and attaching your cover letter and resume here. Save the Dates: Interviews will take place as qualified candidates apply. Questions? Please contact your recruiter, Sam Sackman, with any inquiries. sam@wbcpinc.com 541.630.0657 (direct) 866.929.9277 (toll-free) Please note that if you previously applied for this position and met the minimum qualifications, your application was transferred to the recruiter. Applicants who did not meet the minimum qualifications, were email notified. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
CITY OF PETALUMA, CA Petaluma, CA, United States
Jun 04, 2022
Full Time
Summary/Class Characteristics Engineering Manager Click here to see the full recruitment brochure Due to some exciting changes and new funding sources, the City of Petaluma is growing its Public Works and Utilities Department to champion some very exciting projects. In addition to several other engineering positions (to see other opportunities CLICK HERE ), the City of Petaluma is looking for an Engineering Manager to oversee and lead the Capital Improvement Program (CIP). This position will also serve as a supportive and guiding leader of 12 staff and manage a CIP budget of $60M+. This Manager will balance hands-on engineering work, with their leadership and management duties, and bring several years of experience in civil engineering overseeing complex projects. The ideal candidate will have excellent project-management skills and understand current planning and process details, along with the nuances of meeting the community's needs. This position will have a strong understanding of local, state, and federal ordinances, regulations, and laws and translate technical details to different audiences. These winning technical strengths combined with the ability to collaborate and communicate effectively, demonstrate emotional intelligence, and build effective relationships is desirable. The ideal candidate desires to improve the services of the Division and will be an excellent addition to the City of Petaluma's Engineering Team. If you want to shape the future of one of the most desirable communities in Sonoma County, then apply with the City of Petaluma today! THE JOB / THE IDEAL CANDIDATE The Engineering Manager will oversee the Capital Improvement Program (CIP) Division and lead large, complex projects that improve City property and infrastructure. They will collaborate with other City staff and elected officials to prioritize CIP projects and timelines. This position oversees a team of 12 that includes engineers, project managers, map specialists, engineering and CAD technicians, and grant writers, in support of a CIP budget of $60M. They will provide their team with strong direction about the objectives, policies, and priorities of the Division. This is a public-facing role that requires the Manager to develop frequent presentations and provide answers to the public. They will be a project manager for simultaneous programs, including ones outside of CIP, as as solar, streetlight, and dredging projects. The Manager will serve as a visionary leader to their team and report to the Director and/or Assistant Public Works and Utilities Director. The ideal candidate will be a professional, dedicated, and enthusiastic leader. They will see challenges as opportunities for improvement and champion innovation and risk taking in staff. They have a solid understanding of civil engineering, design, and construction and have the financial acumen to manage the CIP budget. The Manager will put in place cutting-edge engineering strategies, work with experts in the field, and create an inclusive and collaborative team culture. The Manager will also ensure their team builds trust with the community, inspires creative thinking, and makes engineering decisions that are educated and meet best practices. They will be an organized project manager, taking CIP projects from conception to completion, while demonstrating the interpersonal skills to build relationships in and out of the Division. Minimum Qualifications Any combination equivalent to the education and experience likely to provide the required knowledge and abilities would be qualifying. A typical way to gain such knowledge and abilities is described below: Education: A Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in civil engineering or a closely related field; and Experience: Five years of increasingly responsible professional civil engineering project management experience; at least two years of experience must include supervisory experience. Certifications/Licenses: Possession of a valid California Class C driver's license. Valid registration as a Professional Civil Engineer in the State of California. Certification as a Project Management Professional (PMP) is highly desirable. Please Note (updated April 11, 2022) In order to ensure the City fulfills its primary function of protecting the health and safety of our community and employees, the City of Petaluma has adopted a COVID-19 vaccination and testing policy to help mitigate transmission of COVID-19. All City of Petaluma employees are required to comply with the provisions of the COVID-19 vaccination and testing policy. Therefore, any candidate selected to move forward in the selection process, as a condition of employment, will be required to either: (1) provide proof of full vaccination for COVID-19 (proof of vaccination means being fully vaccinated according to the latest criteria established by federal and local public health agencies); or (2) submit to weekly COVID-19 testing. BENEFITS An attractive benefits package that includes a retirement pension, medical, dental and vision benefits, lifestyle perks, paid time off (vacation, sick leave, parental leave, etc.), wellness benefits, and more! Learn more about the City's benefits here HOW TO APPLY For first consideration, apply by June 1, 2022, by completing an application and attaching your cover letter and resume here. Save the Dates: Interviews will be virtual via Zoom and will take place during the second week of June. There will be a two-day interview process. Selected candidates must be available then. Questions? Please contact your recruiter, Wendi Brown, with any inquiries. wendi@wbcpinc.com 541.664.0376 (direct) 866.929.9277 (toll-free) Closing Date/Time: Continuous
CITY OF PETALUMA, CA Petaluma, CA, United States
Jun 04, 2022
Full Time
Summary/Class Characteristics Plans Examiner #petalumaproud A City that Works for Everyone Our City has an enormous amount of civic pride which celebrates multiple approaches and points of view. When we say we are a City that Works for Everyone we mean everyone. To do that well, we're creating a workforce that is inclusive and listens to the multitude of voices and views of our employees. Diversity is an integral part of our organizational identity. Inclusion is the way we treat and perceive our differences. Equity is treating all our employees fairly and acknowledging that everyone has value. This drives our innovation, motivation and connects us even closer to our community. SALARY AND BENEFITS PACKAGE SALARY RANGE : $87,068.80 - $105,830.40 annually FOR YOUR HEALTH AND WELL BEING: MEDICAL INSURANCE : Choice of a variety of CalPERS Health Plans with a City contribution of up to $2,124.39 monthly for family health coverage (2022 plan year) or alternative option to receive Medical Cash Back (if you have medical coverage elsewhere) https://cityofpetaluma.org/documents/calpers-memo-for-health-benefits/ DENTAL & VISION INSURANCE: Coverage for employees & eligible family members, paid for by the City. LIFE INSURANCE & LTD : Competitive life insurance & long-term disability benefits. Option to purchase additional life insurance. EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM : Support and benefits, for you and eligible family members, paid for by the City. WELLNESS BENEFIT : $500 annual allowance (is subject to the annual budget approval process and may change in the future.) FOR YOUR FINANCIAL FUTURE: CALPERS RETIREMENT PACKAGE 2% at 60 for classic CalPERS members 2% at 62 for PEPRA CalPERS members DEFERRED COMPENSATION PLAN : Voluntary participation in your choice of three 457(b) plans. FOR YOUR WORK / LIFE BALANCE (annual amounts): Vacation: 80 Hours, increasing with years of service Sick Leave: 96 hours Holidays: 12 fixed and 1 floating Flexible Work Week: 4/10 work week, with Fridays off. This schedule is revisited annually by the City Council and could change. Our Newest Benefits: Remote Work Flexibility Paid Parental Leave - up to 8 weeks of paid time for qualifying family bonding Please refer to the Memorandum of Understand for Unit 3 and the Human Resources website for additional details. Please Note (updated April 11, 2022) In order to ensure the City fulfills its primary function of protecting the health and safety of our community and employees, the City of Petaluma has adopted a COVID-19 vaccination and testing policy to help mitigate transmission of COVID-19. All City of Petaluma employees are required to comply with the provisions of the COVID-19 vaccination and testing policy. Therefore, any candidate selected to move forward in the selection process, as a condition of employment, will be required to either: (1) provide proof of full vaccination for COVID-19 (proof of vaccination means being fully vaccinated according to the latest criteria established by federal and local public health agencies); or (2) submit to weekly COVID-19 testing. Summary Perform highly skilled technical review and examination of residential, commercial, and industrial plans and specifications for compliance with applicable building codes, ordinances, and regulations. Class Characteristics Direction is provided by a higher-level manager. Responsibilities may include the indirect supervision of support staff. This is an advanced journey level class, fully competent to perform responsible and difficult building and plan examinations concerning the construction or alteration of residential, commercial, and industrial structures including calculations, Energy Compliance forms, CalGreen compliance documents, and accessibility requirements. Incumbent(s) exercise independent judgment and make sound recommendations based on building plan examination results. Duties Review and examine residential, commercial, and industrial plans and specifications for compliance with building codes, ordinances, regulations, and other related laws; approve plans or provide corrections. Provide advice on conformance with building codes, ordinances, and regulations; assist in resolving issues and recommend solutions to plan review problems. Consult with contractors, engineers, owners, and architects on code requirements and building design. Respond to inquiries from the public, applicants, architects, engineers, contractors, and developers related to building codes and regulations and provide advice as appropriate. Assist in coordinating building permit applications with internal department and City staff. Assist in developing and revising operational procedures and systems for plan checking. Perform field inspections and building inspections; assist building inspectors as needed. Issue building permits. Enter and retrieve data from electronic data processing systems; establish and update information; update computer system files; prepare correspondence and reports; prepare, review, and maintain forms, files, and other necessary records. Attend and present information at public meetings. Perform related duties as assigned. Qualifications Knowledge of: Advanced plan check methods and practices. Building codes including the California building, electrical, plumbing, mechanical, housing, and energy codes. Federal, state, and local regulations, ordinances, and other requirements related to building, construction, and design standards. Principles, practices, methods, materials, and techniques used in building construction and structural design. Office procedures, methods, and equipment including computers and applicable software applications such as word processing, spreadsheets, and databases. Education and Experience Any combination equivalent to the education and experience likely to provide the required knowledge and abilities would be qualifying. A typical way to gain such knowledge and abilities would be: Education: Equivalent to an Associate's degree with course work in engineering technology, building inspection, construction technology, or a related field. Experience: Three years of increasingly responsible experience reviewing and examining residential, industrial, and commercial plans and specifications. Certifications/Licenses: Possession of a valid California Class C driver's license. Possession of the ICC (International Code Council) Building Plans Examiner and Inspector certificate(s). Certification by the ICC as a Building Inspector (Combination) is desirable. Certification by the Division of State Architect as a Certified Access Specialist (CASp) is desirable. Physical Demands and Working Environment While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to sit and stand, use the computer keyboard and mouse, use hands to finger, handle, or feel, reach with hands and arms, talk or hear, stand, walk, and stoop, or crouch. Occasionally lift and/or move up to 35 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus. Requires the ability to work in an office environment where the noise level is usually moderate and the ability to work outside in all weather conditions for extended periods of time. The ability to walk across uneven muddy terrain and to climb ladders, stairs, steep ramps, and scaffolding. Closing Date/Time: 7/5/2022 11:59 PM Pacific
CITY OF PETALUMA, CA Petaluma, CA, United States
May 27, 2022
Full Time
Summary/Class Characteristics FIRE INSPECTOR Are you passionate about fire and hazardous materials risk reduction? Are you looking to join a City dedicated to succeeding as a prosperous, healthy and equitable community that embraces and models diversity, equity and inclusion? Do you have customer-service focus, innovative problem-solving approach and desire to serve the community? If so, consider applying to join the City of Petaluma team as a Fire Inspector! As a Fire Inspector, you will be a key partner and liaison for property owners, the community, and other City departments. This recruitment will be open on a continuous basis until filled and may close at any time. Candidates are encouraged to apply early for first consideration. Applications will be reviewed and interviews will be scheduled on an ongoing basis. The following salary increase is scheduled: First Full Pay Period Following July 1, 2022 (2% COLA): $44.60 - $54.08/hour $92,768 - $112,486/annually #petalumaproud A City that Works for Everyone Our City has an enormous amount of civic pride which celebrates multiple approaches and points of view. When we say we are a City that Works for Everyone we mean everyone. To do that well, we're creating a workforce that is inclusive and listens to the multitude of voices and views of our employees. Diversity is an integral part of our organizational identity. Inclusion is the way we treat and perceive our differences. Equity is treating all our employees fairly and acknowledging that everyone has value. This drives our innovation, motivation and connects us even closer to our community. SALARY AND BENEFITS PACKAGE SALARY RANGE : $90,958.40 - $110,281.60 annually FOR YOUR HEALTH AND WELL BEING: MEDICAL INSURANCE: Choice of a variety of CalPERS Health Plans with a City contribution of up to $2,124.39 monthly for family health coverage (2022 plan year) or alternative option to receive Medical Cash Back (if you have medical coverage elsewhere) https://cityofpetaluma.org/documents/calpers-memo-for-health-benefits/ DENTAL & VISION INSURANCE: Coverage for employees & eligible family members, paid for by the City. LIFE INSURANCE & LTD : Competitive life insurance & long-term disability benefits. Option to purchase additional life insurance. EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM : Support and benefits, for you and eligible family members, paid for by the City. WELLNESS BENEFIT : $500 annual allowance (is subject to the annual budget approval process and may change in the future.) FOR YOUR FINANCIAL FUTURE: CALPERS RETIREMENT PACKAGE 3% at 55 for classic CalPERS members 2.7% at 57 for PEPRA CalPERS members DEFERRED COMPENSATION PLAN : Voluntary participation in your choice of three 457(b) plans. FOR YOUR WORK / LIFE BALANCE (annual amounts): Vacation: 80 Hours, increasing with years of service Sick Leave: 96 hours Holidays: 12 fixed and 1 floating Ability to accrue up to 240 hours of Compensatory Time off Our Newest Benefits: Remote Work Flexibility Paid Parental Leave - up to 8 weeks of paid time for qualifying family bonding Please refer to the Memorandum of Understanding for Unit 7 and the Human Resources website for additional details. Please Note (updated April 11, 2022) In order to ensure the City fulfills its primary function of protecting the health and safety of our community and employees, the City of Petaluma has adopted a COVID-19 vaccination and testing policy to help mitigate transmission of COVID-19. All City of Petaluma employees are required to comply with the provisions of the COVID-19 vaccination and testing policy. Therefore, any candidate selected to move forward in the selection process, as a condition of employment, will be required to either: (1) provide proof of full vaccination for COVID-19 (proof of vaccination means being fully vaccinated according to the latest criteria established by federal and local public health agencies); or (2) submit to weekly COVID-19 testing. PETALUMA FIRE PREVENTION BUREAU The Fire Prevention Bureau's primary mission is to provide public education to all age groups and to enforce local and State laws that promote safety and protect life, the environment and property, both personal and public. The Bureau provides detailed, pre-development plan reviews to insure compliance with the law, and it coordinates efforts with other City departments, such as Building and Planning, to ensure fire and life safety protection in all new, expanded and/or remodeled buildings. The Fire Prevention Bureau regulates the use of hazardous materials in Petaluma and is certified by CalEPA as a Certified Unified Program Agency (CUPA). The Fire Prevention Bureau is a division of the Petaluma Fire Department. Position Summary To perform technical duties in the performance of fire inspections, Certified Unified Program Agency (CUPA)/Hazardous Materials inspections and public fire education; to perform investigative work to ensure compliance with laws, ordinances and regulations pertaining to the prevention and control of fires and the safe storage, handling/use and mitigation of hazardous materials. Class Characteristics General supervision is provided by the Fire Marshal. Employees within this class are expected to perform the full range of duties as assigned and receive only occasional instruction or assistance as new or unusual situations arise, and are fully aware of the operating procedures of the work unit. Positions may provide direction to interns and/or volunteers. Incumbents in this classification shall hold the rank of Lieutenant and are considered Peace Officers under Penal Code Section 830.37 (b) when acting in his/her capacity to enforce laws relating to fire prevention, fire investigation and CUPA/Hazardous Materials. Duties Duties : Perform annual fire inspections and CUPA/Hazardous Materials inspections and identify corrective action necessary to bring properties into compliance; prepare detailed reports of fire inspections performed, code violations observed and corrective action required. Perform periodic follow-up inspections of new and existing buildings, structures and installations requiring Fire Department clearances. Interpret and enforce provisions of fire prevention, hazardous materials and fire safety laws, ordinances and other regulations. Perform plan reviews related to fire and life safety code compliance; review and interpret building fire systems and fire alarm system plans and specifications; identify deficiencies or deviations from approved plans; consult with applicants, architects and developers, as required. Perform fire investigations to determine cause and origin of fire; collect and preserve evidence; prepare and present investigation findings. Coordinate hazardous materials response training for Petaluma Fire Department personnel; assignments may include acting as Hazardous Materials Coordinator and maintaining hazardous materials monitoring equipment. Perform hazardous materials investigations; respond to hazardous materials incidents in the City of Petaluma; provide mitigation and clean-up Technical Reference assistance to the Incident Commander. Coordinate contaminated soil and/or groundwater cleanup activities after releases; review reports and remediation plans; coordinate clean-up activities with San Francisco Bay Regional Water Quality Control Board, Fish and Game and/or other agencies that have jurisdiction. Investigate and resolve citizen complaints and engine company referrals regarding fire and CUPA/Hazardous Materials-related matters and violations of fire prevention laws. Issue corrective orders and citations and assist in the service of arrest warrants, as required. Develop, coordinate and implement fire prevention programs such as false alarm billing, fire inspection reporting and hazardous materials management. Coordinate and implement weed abatement and vegetation management programs. Provide on-going information, training and support to Petaluma Fire Department personnel regarding hazardous materials sites within the City of Petaluma and hazardous materials response tools and fire inspection requirements. Develop and conduct public education training programs and group presentations related to fire prevention and fire investigation in conjunction with other fire department personnel. Provide information to the public regarding fire prevention practices and procedures. Represent the Petaluma Fire Department at staff and administrative meetings, committees and related meetings. Direct and review the work of interns and volunteers, as assigned. Build and maintain positive working relationships with co-workers, other City of Petaluma employees and the public using principles of good customer service. Perform related duties as assigned. Qualifications Knowledge of : Principles, practices and techniques of fire prevention, hazardous materials laws/regulations and fire investigation. Federal, State and local fire prevention codes and ordinances. Arrest, search and seizure procedures. Principles and techniques of building inspection and plan check. Practices, procedures and equipment used in fire investigations, including the ability to recognize and collect evidence. Procedures and techniques related to the operation of equipment such as fire extinguishers, sprinkler systems and alarms. Procedures and techniques used to control and mitigate hazardous materials releases. Public education material development and presentation methods. Principles of technical report preparation. Modern office equipment and procedures, including use of word processing, database and spreadsheet applications. Principles of effective customer service. Education and Experience Any combination equivalent to the education and experience likely to provide the required knowledge and abilities would be qualifying. A typical way to gain such knowledge and abilities would be: Education : Equivalent to completion of a certificate program in Fire Technology or Fire Science from an accredited college. An Associate's degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in fire science, fire prevention, fire administration, business administration, engineering, environmental science, hazardous materials management or related field is highly desirable. Experience : Two years of fire prevention experience. Certifications/Licenses : Possession of a valid California Class C driver's license. Possession of Fire Prevention 1A, 1B and 1C certification, or the new Office of the State Fire Marshal Fire Inspector 1A, 1B, 1C and 1D series and Fire Investigation 1A and 1B. Possession of Police Officer Standards and Training (POST) PC 832 certification prior to the completion of probationary period. Possession of California Underground Storage Tank Inspector Certification prior to the completion of probationary period. Completion of the following course requirements from California Office of Emergency Services (CalOES) California Specialized Training Institute (CSTI) is desirable: Hazardous Materials Technician or Specialist certification. Physical Demands and Working Environment While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to use hands and fingers, handle or feel, reach with hands and arms, talk or hear, and taste or smell. The employee frequently is required to stand, walk, sit and stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl. The employee is occasionally required to climb or balance. The employee must frequently lift and/or move up to 10 pounds and occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and ability to adjust focus. While performing the duties of this job, the employee may be exposed to fumes or airborne particles, toxic or caustic chemicals and outside weather conditions. The employee is frequently exposed to moving mechanical parts. The employee is occasionally exposed to high, precarious places and risk of electrical shock. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate. Incumbents assigned to this classification, when performing actual fire cause investigations or other fire prevention activities, will be required to work outdoors in a variety of weather conditions, such as very hot and/or very cold temperatures. Incumbents must be able to move debris and dirt or other material using a shovel or rake, walk over rough, uneven or rocky surfaces, work at heights greater than 10 feet, climb ladders or steps to reach objects, wear a self-contained breathing apparatus, hear alarms and other auditory warning devices, observe or monitor objects, such as fire protection equipment and systems, buildings, underground storage tanks or data, such as underground tank test results. Incumbents may be required to work in small, cramped areas, use common hand tools, bend or stoop repeatedly or continually over time, use stomach and lower back muscles to support the body, perform physical inventories, discriminate among colors or match colors of wiring systems and color-coded valves and piping, move objects (such as portable generators, tools, equipment and evidence) weighing up to 50 pounds over long distances, stand or walk for extended periods of time with the inability to rest at will and use arms above shoulder level. When not performing duties in the field, incumbents work in an indoor office setting and are required to enter data into a terminal, PC or keyboard device, produce written documents using proper grammar, punctuation and spelling, use graphic instructions, blueprints and layouts as part of the plan review process when checking for code compliance and sit for extended periods of time with the ability to move at will. Closing Date/Time:
CITY OF PETALUMA, CA Petaluma, CA, United States
May 25, 2022
Full Time
Summary/Class Characteristics Housing Specialist #petalumaproud A City that Works for Everyone Our City has an enormous amount of civic pride which celebrates multiple approaches and points of view. When we say we are a City that Works for Everyone we mean everyone. To do that well, we're creating a workforce that is inclusive and listens to the multitude of voices and views of our employees. Diversity is an integral part of our organizational identity. Inclusion is the way we treat and perceive our differences. Equity is treating all our employees fairly and acknowledging that everyone has value. This drives our innovation, motivation and connects us even closer to our community. SALARY AND BENEFITS PACKAGE SALARY RANGE : $67,225.60 - $81,723.20 annually FOR YOUR HEALTH AND WELL BEING: MEDICAL INSURANCE : Choice of a variety of CalPERS Health Plans with a City contribution of up to $2,124.39 monthly for family health coverage (2022 plan year) or alternative option to receive Medical Cash Back (if you have medical coverage elsewhere) https://cityofpetaluma.org/documents/calpers-memo-for-health-benefits/ DENTAL & VISION INSURANCE: Coverage for employees & eligible family members, paid for by the City. LIFE INSURANCE & LTD : Competitive life insurance & long-term disability benefits. Option to purchase additional life insurance. EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM : Support and benefits, for you and eligible family members, paid for by the City. WELLNESS BENEFIT : $500 annual allowance (is subject to the annual budget approval process and may change in the future.) FOR YOUR FINANCIAL FUTURE: CALPERS RETIREMENT PACKAGE 2% at 60 for classic CalPERS members 2% at 62 for PEPRA CalPERS members DEFERRED COMPENSATION PLAN : Voluntary participation in your choice of three 457(b) plans. FOR YOUR WORK / LIFE BALANCE (annual amounts): Vacation: 80 Hours, increasing with years of service Sick Leave: 96 hours Holidays: 12 fixed and 1 floating Flexible Work Week: 4/10 work week, with Fridays off. This schedule is revisited annually by the City Council and could change. Our Newest Benefits: Remote Work Flexibility Paid Parental Leave - up to 8 weeks of paid time for qualifying family bonding Please refer to the Memorandum of Understand for Unit 4 and the Human Resources website for additional details. Please Note (updated April 11, 2022) In order to ensure the City fulfills its primary function of protecting the health and safety of our community and employees, the City of Petaluma has adopted a COVID-19 vaccination and testing policy to help mitigate transmission of COVID-19. All City of Petaluma employees are required to comply with the provisions of the COVID-19 vaccination and testing policy. Therefore, any candidate selected to move forward in the selection process, as a condition of employment, will be required to either: (1) provide proof of full vaccination for COVID-19 (p roof of vaccination means being fully vaccinated according to the latest criteria established by federal and local public health agencies); or (2) submit to weekly COVID-19 testing. Summary Perform a wide variety of duties related to the administration of the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program, HOME Program, and grant funds for housing projects for low- to moderate- income households, capital improvements, and rehabilitation projects. Provides high- level administrative support to the Housing Manager. Class Characteristics General direction is provided by a higher-level supervisor or manager; responsibilities include the interaction and interdepartmental collaboration with finance, legal and administrative support personnel. May include indirect supervision of technical and support services personnel. Duties Duties: General Administrative Contract management - Prepare and administer contracts for professional services and technical services related to very-low, low and moderate-income housing production, preservation and protections. Compliance reports - Monitor and ensure compliance of the City's portfolio of housing communities. Project administration - monitor and track project work with City goals and objectives, coordinating with associated departments as necessary. Budget administration - Provide technical support to administer operating budgets and funding allocations for grant application programs; analyze cost estimates for development, rehabilitation, and operating expenses. Data collection, analysis and application - Effectively source, analyze and apply data pertinent to project development, sharing with associated departments and stakeholders to ensure project success. Maintain department electronic files. Perform related duties as assigned. Program Management Assist in the development and implementation of various housing programs. Prepare and monitor the CDBG budget and sub-recipient agreements; prepare and submit all required documents necessary for the administration of the CDBG Program. Administer the City's Below-Market-Rate Homeownership Program; prepare and provide information and documents to homeowners and financial institutions. Prepare, submit, and process federal, state, and local grants. Project Management Support the Housing Manager with development of new projects related to rental affordable housing production and preservation. Support the Housing Manager with identifying housing solutions for the unsheltered community. Assist in the creation of new data-driven administrative systems. Community Partnerships/Communications Represent the City at meetings with various community groups and advisory boards or commissions on housing assistance matters. Coordinate with the City's communication team to maintain housing webpage, content creation for external communication. Qualifications Knowledge of: General Administrative - Office procedures, methods, and equipment including computers and applicable software applications such as word processing, spreadsheets, and databases. Program Management - Federal, state, and local regulations dealing with neighborhood and housing improvement under the CDBG, HOME, HCD and other programs and local housing and community development programs. Project Management - Principles and practices of project coordination. Collaboration of grant funding services, practices, and project principles. Education and Experience Any combination equivalent to the education and experience likely to provide the required knowledge and abilities would be qualifying. A typical way to gain such knowledge and abilities would be: Education: A Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in urban planning, business, public administration, or a related field. Experience: Three years of responsible administrative experience with housing budgets and compliance reports. Bilingual in Spanish preferred. Understanding community cultural diversity as a key asset in fostering local, successful project solutions is highly desirable. Experience with public sector community development, non-profit housing and federal/state housing programs is highly desirable. Certifications/Licenses: Possession of a valid California Class C driver's license. Physical Demands and Working Environment While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to sit at desk and in meetings for long periods of time; talk or hear, in person, in meetings and by telephone; use hands and fingers to handle, feel or operate standard office equipment; and reach with hands and arms. Intermittently, twist to reach equipment surrounding desk; bend, stoop, or crouch; perform simple grasping and fine manipulation; use telephone, write, or use a keyboard to communicate through written means; operate an automobile to attend various meetings and workshops. Occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds. Specific vision abilities required include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus. Requires the ability to work in an office environment where the noise level is usually moderate. While performing duties, the employee is regularly required to explain and interpret codes, policies and procedures; interact with City management, other governmental officials, contractors, vendors, employees, and the public. Closing Date/Time: 7/10/2022 11:59 PM Pacific
CITY OF PETALUMA, CA Petaluma, CA, United States
May 24, 2022
Full Time
Summary/Class Characteristics Utility Service Worker II #petalumaproud A City that Works for Everyone Our City has an enormous amount of civic pride which celebrates multiple approaches and points of view. When we say we are a City that Works for Everyone we mean everyone. To do that well, we're creating a workforce that is inclusive and listens to the multitude of voices and views of our employees. Diversity is an integral part of our organizational identity. Inclusion is the way we treat and perceive our differences. Equity is treating all our employees fairly and acknowledging that everyone has value. This drives our innovation, motivation and connects us even closer to our community. Please Note (updated April 11, 2022) In order to ensure the City fulfills its primary function of protecting the health and safety of our community and employees, the City of Petaluma has adopted a COVID-19 vaccination and testing policy to help mitigate transmission of COVID-19. All City of Petaluma employees are required to comply with the provisions of the COVID-19 vaccination and testing policy. Therefore, any candidate selected to move forward in the selection process, as a condition of employment, will be required to either: (1) provide proof of full vaccination for COVID-19 (proof of vaccination means being fully vaccinated according to the latest criteria established by federal and local public health agencies); or (2) submit to weekly COVID-19 testing. Summary Perform duties in the installation, maintenance, and repair of water, stormwater and sewer collection systems and related facilities; clean and repair sanitary sewers and appurtenances, and utilize and operate a wide range of tools, equipment and vehicles. Class Characteristics General supervision is provided by a higher-level supervisor or manager; responsibilities may include the indirect supervision of support staff. The journey level class of the Utility Service Worker series, incumbents at this level are expected to perform the full range of duties assigned to this classification. The majority of the work is performed as a member of a crew, although specific individual assignments of a more limited nature may be performed. This class is distinguished from Utility Service Worker III in that the latter performs a broader range of skilled work, including the regular operation of heavy equipment, and may act in the lead capacity over a small crew. Duties Perform a variety of duties in the installation, maintenance, repair, and replacement of water, sewer, and stormwater systems, including mains, services, valves, meter, hydrants, pressure regulators, and related equipment and devices. Measure, cut, join, and tap steel, cast iron, asbestos, concrete, copper, and plastic water pipe. Install meter boxes, vaults and residential, industrial and commercial hydrant meters. Replace or repair meters as part of a planned maintenance program; repair large commercial meters. Locate and repair leaks and line breaks; turn water off and on as required for repair work; notify customers as necessary; disinfect and flush system after installation or repair. Assist in installing or repairing water, recycled, sewer, stormwater collection, and transmission facilities and equipment. Locate and repair leaks in the City sanitary sewer and stormwater systems; operate the camera van to locate broken and cracked sewer lines, and make necessary repairs; operate power routing and vacuum machines to clear line blockages. Replace and repair concrete and asphalt after repairs are completed. Maintain cleanliness and stock of the parts room and yard; order supplies as needed. Assist in such activities as pump repair, facility remodeling, and painting, including spray painting. Assist in installing shoring and setting up traffic control measures to maintain a safe work site; follow safety rules and regulations. Perform duties such as: install, tap, re-line, disinfect, test, and connect water mains and appurtenances; perform standby emergency response duties for after hour's emergencies. Perform related duties as assigned. Qualifications Knowledge of: Operations and maintenance of utility systems. Operational characteristics of tools and vehicles used in utility maintenance. Use and care of standard hand and power tools. Basic mathematics. Methods and techniques of maintaining records. Basic concepts of water distribution mathematics such as; water measurements, formulas (area and volume), units and conversion factors, and water pressure. Basic concepts for utility system maintenance such as; purpose, configuration, and operation, pipe materials, water storage facilities, meters, hydrants, leak detection and repair, corrosion, flushing and cleaning, water meter testing, maintenance and repair, and maintenance of pumps and electric motors. Basic concepts for utility system operation such as water quality, sources of supply, safety and sanitation practices including disinfectants. Operational characteristics of pumps, motors and related equipment. Equipment, tools, materials, and methods used in utility system installation and maintenance and repair. Methods and techniques of operating a variety of light and heavy equipment, including backhoes, loaders, rollers, trucks and tractors. Safe work procedures and safety practices for field and underground maintenance work. Education and Experience Any combination equivalent to the education and experience likely to provide the required knowledge and abilities would be qualifying. A typical way to gain such knowledge and abilities would be: Education: Equivalent to graduation from high school. Experience: One year of water and/or sewer system experience including the installation, maintenance, and repair of underground water and/or sewer systems. Certifications/Licenses: Must obtain California Department of Health Services Grade I Water Distribution Certificate prior to advancing to Step 3 of pay range. Possession of a valid California Class C driver's license with a satisfactory driving record. Possession of a valid California Class B driver's license by the end of the six-month probationary period. Desirable : Possession of a California Water Environment Association Grade I Certificate. Other Requirements : Positions in these job classifications are subject to drug and alcohol testing (DOT) pursuant to Federal Law. Physical Demands and Working Environment While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to stand, walk, reach, twist, turn, kneel, bend, squat, and stoop in the performance of daily activities, and occasionally required to sit for extended periods of time. The employee is also frequently required to operate compressors, concrete saws and pavement breakers, and occasionally required to operate heavy equipment such as a backhoe, tractor, roller, and loader, and drive trucks of various sizes, on a project basis. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 90 pounds. The employee is frequently required to work outdoors under varied weather conditions. While performing the duties of this job the employee is occasionally exposed to outside weather conditions, wet and/or humid conditions, moving mechanical parts, fumes or airborne particles, toxic or caustic chemicals, and vibration. The noise level in the work environment may be moderate to loud depending on working conditions. The employee will be required to work emergency overtime or off-shift hours as necessary. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
CITY OF PETALUMA, CA Petaluma, CA, United States
May 18, 2022
Full Time
Summary/Class Characteristics ASSISTANT FIRE MARSHAL Are you passionate about fire and hazardous materials risk reduction? Are you looking to join a City dedicated to succeeding as a prosperous, healthy and equitable community that embraces and models diversity, equity and inclusion? Do you have customer-service focus, innovative problem-solving approach and collaborative management style? If so, consider applying to join the City of Petaluma team as our first Assistant Fire Marshal! As the Assistant Fire Marshal, you will be a key partner and liaison for property owners, the development community, and other City departments. In addition you will be an integral part of building and shaping the Fire Prevention Bureau team. This recruitment will be open on a continuous basis until filled and may close at any time. Candidates are encouraged to apply early for first consideration. Applications will be reviewed and interviews will be scheduled on an ongoing basis. The following salary increase is scheduled: July 1, 2022 (2% COLA): $55.12 - $66.98/hour $114,649 - $139,318/year #petalumaproud A City that Works for Everyone Our City has an enormous amount of civic pride which celebrates multiple approaches and points of view. When we say we are a City that Works for Everyone we mean everyone. To do that well, we're creating a workforce that is inclusive and listens to the multitude of voices and views of our employees. Diversity is an integral part of our organizational identity. Inclusion is the way we treat and perceive our differences. Equity is treating all our employees fairly and acknowledging that everyone has value. This drives our innovation, motivation and connects us even closer to our community. SALARY AND BENEFITS PACKAGE SALARY RANGE : $112,403 - $136,593 annually FOR YOUR HEALTH AND WELL BEING: MEDICAL INSURANCE : Choice of a variety of CalPERS Health Plans with a City contribution of up to $2,124.39 monthly for family health coverage (2022 plan year) or alternative option to receive Medical Cash Back (if you have medical coverage elsewhere) https://cityofpetaluma.org/documents/calpers-memo-for-health-benefits/ DENTAL & VISION INSURANCE: Coverage for employees & eligible family members, paid for by the City. LIFE INSURANCE & LTD : Competitive life insurance & long-term disability benefits. Option to purchase additional life insurance. EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM : Support and benefits, for you and eligible family members, paid for by the City. WELLNESS BENEFIT : $500 annual allowance (is subject to the annual budget approval process and may change in the future.) FOR YOUR FINANCIAL FUTURE: CALPERS RETIREMENT PACKAGE 3% at 55 for classic CalPERS members 2.7% at 57 for PEPRA CalPERS members DEFERRED COMPENSATION PLAN : Voluntary participation in your choice of three 457(b) plans. FOR YOUR WORK / LIFE BALANCE (annual amounts): Vacation: 80 Hours, increasing with years of service Sick Leave: 96 hours Holidays: 12 fixed and 1 floating Our Newest Benefits: Remote Work Flexibility Paid Parental Leave - up to 8 weeks of paid time for qualifying family bonding Please refer to the Memorandum of Understanding for Unit 7 and the Human Resources website for additional details. Please Note (updated April 11, 2022) In order to ensure the City fulfills its primary function of protecting the health and safety of our community and employees, the City of Petaluma has adopted a COVID-19 vaccination and testing policy to help mitigate transmission of COVID-19. All City of Petaluma employees are required to comply with the provisions of the COVID-19 vaccination and testing policy. Therefore, any candidate selected to move forward in the selection process, as a condition of employment, will be required to either: (1) provide proof of full vaccination for COVID-19 (proof of vaccination means being fully vaccinated according to the latest criteria established by federal and local public health agencies); or (2) submit to weekly COVID-19 testing. PETALUMA FIRE PREVENTION BUREAU The Fire Prevention Bureau's primary mission is to provide public education to all age groups and to enforce local and State laws that promote safety and protect life, the environment and property, both personal and public. The Bureau provides detailed, pre-development plan reviews to insure compliance with the law, and it coordinates efforts with other City departments, such as Building and Planning, to ensure fire and life safety protection in all new, expanded and/or remodeled buildings. The Fire Prevention Bureau regulates the use of hazardous materials in Petaluma and is certified by CalEPA as a Certified Unified Program Agency (CUPA). The Fire Prevention Bureau is a division of the Petaluma Fire Department. THE POSITION Perform a variety of duties to enforce compliance within the Fire Prevention and Certified Unified Program Agency (CUPA) Division of the Fire Department including: conduct plan reviews; conduct fire and life safety inspections and (CUPA)/Hazardous Materials inspections to enforce compliance with laws, ordinances, and regulations pertaining to the prevention and control of fires and hazardous materials; conduct fire investigations to determine cause and origin of fires; develop and present public education programs to the community and schools and provide fire safety training to businesses. CLASS CHARACTERISTICS General direction is provided by the Fire Marshal. Responsibilities may include direct and indirect supervision of professional, technical and support services staff and acting in the absence of the Fire Marshal. This class is distinguished from the Fire Inspector in that incumbents in this class are primarily responsible for plan reviews in addition to other duties and is distinguished from the Fire Marshal class in that the Fire Marshal has overall responsibility for the Fire Prevention Division. This class is considered a Peace Officer under Penal Code Section 830.37(b) when acting in the capacity to enforce laws relating to fire prevention, fire investigation and CUPA/Hazardous Materials. Duties Conduct plan reviews of building, construction, alteration and demolition to ensure proper construction and code compliance. Participate in pre-development planning, working with developers, the City Engineer and others, in the review of development projects. Research, interpret and enforce provisions of fire prevention and fire safety laws, ordinances, codes and other regulations. Conduct fire inspections, CUPA/Hazardous Materials inspections and non-hazardous occupancy inspections throughout the City to abate fire hazards. Inspect and evaluate hazardous processes, storage, handling and other functions in businesses to ensure compliance with applicable fire codes and State laws. Participate and respond to hazardous materials emergencies in the City of Petaluma and County-wide, as requested. Participate as a member of the Emergency Management Team during Emergency Operations Center (EOC) activations as assigned, either as part of the command staff or as a general staff member. Conduct inspections of construction projects to ensure proper installation of fire sprinkler systems, fire alarm systems, spray booths, fuel tanks and all types of building construction. Investigate structural, vehicle and other fires to determine cause and origin; analyze and collect evidence; interview witnesses and take statements; prepare fire investigation reports other paperwork required. Develop and conduct public information programs regarding fire prevention; make presentations to various groups. Develop, prepare, and maintain a variety of records and reports, including written reports and correspondence. Develop and conduct fire prevention training for fire suppression personnel. Work closely with public and private groups and individuals to explain or coordinate programs and resolve inspection, investigation, and litigation issues; respond to complaints or inquires by phone or in person. Build and maintain positive working relationships with co-workers, other City of Petaluma employees, and the public using principles of good customer service. Perform related duties as assigned. Qualifications Knowledge of: Principles, methods, and practices of modern fire prevention, public education, fire suppression, emergency medical, rescue, and hazardous materials activities. Methods and techniques for performing fire investigations. Applicable federal, state, and local codes and regulations including rules of evidence, search, seizure, and arrest. Mechanical, chemical, and related characteristics for a wide variety of flammable and explosive materials and hazardous substances. Principles of hazardous materials emergency response including the methods and techniques for the safe response and mitigation of hazardous materials releases. Principles, practices and procedures of modern fire protection theory and techniques. Office procedures, methods, and equipment including computers and applicable software applications such as word processing, spreadsheets, and databases. Education and Experience Any combination equivalent to the education and experience likely to provide the required knowledge and abilities would be qualifying. A typical way to gain such knowledge and abilities would be: Education: An Associate's degree from an accredited college with major course work in fire science, fire prevention, fire administration, public administration, business administration, engineering, environmental science, hazardous materials, or related field is required. Completion of course requirements for the California Board of Fire Services certification as a Fire Inspector I and II, Plans Examiner, Fire Investigator and California Underground Storage Tank Inspector Certification is desirable. Experience: Three years of experience, including fire prevention, hazardous materials, and fire investigation to demonstrate possession of the knowledge, skills, and abilities listed above. Certifications/Licenses: Possession of a California State Arrest PC 832 Certificate. Possession of a valid California Class C driver's license. Must be willing to work off-shift hours on a call-out basis. Physical Demands and Working Environment While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to use hands and fingers, handle or feel, reach with hands and arms, talk or hear, and taste or smell. The employee frequently is required to stand, walk, sit and stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl. The employee is occasionally required to climb or balance. The employee must frequently lift and/or move up to 10 pounds and occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and ability to adjust focus. While performing the duties of this job, the employee may be exposed to fumes or airborne particles, toxic or caustic chemicals and outside weather conditions. The employee is frequently exposed to moving mechanical parts. The employee is occasionally exposed to high, precarious places and risk of electrical shock. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate. Incumbents assigned to this classification, when performing actual fire cause investigations or other fire prevention activities, will be required to work outdoors in a variety of weather conditions, such as very hot and/or very cold temperatures. Incumbents must be able to move debris and dirt or other material using a shovel or rake, walk over rough, uneven or rocky surfaces, work at heights greater than 10 feet, climb ladders or steps to reach objects, wear a self-contained breathing apparatus, hear alarms and other auditory warning devices, observe or monitor objects, such as fire protection equipment and systems, buildings, underground storage tanks or data, such as underground tank test results. Incumbents may be required to work in small, cramped areas, use common hand tools, bend or stoop repeatedly or continually over time, use stomach and lower back muscles to support the body, perform physical inventories, discriminate among colors or match colors of wiring systems and color-coded valves and piping, move objects (such as portable generators, tools, equipment and evidence) weighing up to 50 pounds over long distances, stand or walk for extended periods of time with the inability to rest at will, and use arms above shoulder level. When not performing duties in the field, incumbents work in an indoor office setting and are required to enter data into a terminal, PC, or keyboard device, produce written documents using proper grammar, punctuation, and spelling, use graphic instructions, blueprints, and layouts as part of the plan review process when checking for code compliance and sit for extended periods of time with the ability to move at will. Closing Date/Time: Continuous