The City of Sanibel, an environmentally sensitive, sanctuary island is located in southwest Florida, with 24 miles of shoreline, of which 11 miles are along the beautiful emerald green waters of the Gulf of Mexico. Incorporated in 1974, the City has a current population of 6,591 residents, with a seasonal fluctuation around 33,000. The City of Sanibel has more than 25 miles of paved shared use paths and has earned the distinguished "Gold" designation as a Bicycle Friendly Community by the League of American Bicyclists.  The average temperature on Sanibel Island is a beautiful 74 degrees.    

5 job(s) at City of Sanibel

City of Sanibel Sanibel, FL, United States
Aug 03, 2020
Full Time
Description Under the general supervision of the Chief Wastewater Plant Operator, conducts work involving the operation and maintenance of wastewater plant facilities, collection, transmission system and reuse facilities according to federal, state and local regulations and established procedures. Duties include record keeping, analysis testing and maintenance activities associated with the operation of wastewater treatment facilities, which must be accomplished in an accurate, timely and complete fashion. Performs other work as required. Duties Operates and regulates the collection, treatment and disposal of wastewater in compliance with federal, state and local regulations and established procedures. Assists in the operations and maintenance of the wastewater collection, transmission and reuse system, including lift stations. Takes and charts all necessary readings. Takes control samples and runs tests. Makes all chemical and pressure adjustments necessary based on readings and according to specified guidelines applicable to the proper operation of wastewater plants. Records daily operation of pumps, including pressure, flow readings, pump hours, chlorine usage and levels, and pump function; takes corrective action as required. Prepares daily operating sheet, the daily operating summary, the shift changeover sheet and daily maintenance sheet. Periodically reads flow meters, gauges, and dials and records data for reports. Prepares and maintains records of all repairs and adjustments made to wastewater facilities and equipment. Runs qualitative analysis on wastewater and corrects chemical settings. Performs process control calculations and interprets data. Takes samples and prepares them for testing to ascertain quality of treatment. Collects specimen samples and performs routine laboratory test. Records results according to prescribed state guidelines. Changes control room charts. Changes chlorine cylinders and containers. Sets chlorine machines to obtain proper readings. Tallies chemicals and electricity consumed for month. Derags and cleans mechanical aerator and diffusers. Cleans and scrapes algae from clarifier overflow weirs. Pumps sludge and measures sludge blanket depth; hoses down sludge tanks. Rakes bar screens. Pumps down, back flushes and hoses tankage and equipment. Cleans lines and pipes. Participates in routine maintenance work and repair functions for pumps, tanks, aerators, precipitators, filters, motors, pulleys, drive belts, solids and chemical handling facilities and all related wastewater facilities and equipment. Performs maintenance, repair and cleanup of buildings and grounds as needed. Abides by all federal, state and local safety rules and regulations. Remains available for emergency situations on an on-call basis. NOTE: The examples of essential functions as listed in this class specification are not necessarily descriptive of any one position in the class. The omission of an essential function of work does not preclude management from assigning specific duties not list herein if such functions are a logical assignment to the position. Required Education, Experience, License, Registration, and Certification Qualifications High School diploma, GED or other Certificate of Competency Must possess one of the following State of Florida licenses: Class "C" Wastewater Operator's License for Operator I; Class "B" License for Operator II; and Class "A" License for Operator III. Must possess a valid Florida Driver's License. Supplemental or Additional Information Knowledge of wastewater treatment facilities operations and maintenance. Knowledge of related laboratory operations and procedures. Knowledge of occupational safety rules and practices. Knowledge of federal, state and local regulations in wastewater treatment and disposal. Ability to prepare and maintain accurate reports and records. Ability to meet requirements and maintain a minimum C Florida Wastewater Operator's License. Ability to work effectively with other employees and the public. Ability to follow complex oral and written directions. Ability to work shift assignments or to be on call to respond to emergencies. Ability to work in all weather conditions. Skill in operating and maintaining equipment involved in wastewater treatment and disposal. Skill in problem solving, troubleshooting, and record keeping.
City of Sanibel Sanibel, FL, United States
Aug 03, 2020
Full Time
Description Under general supervision, performs a wide range of skilled and semi-skilled work in the construction, maintenance and repair of Sanibel parks and beaches.Skill work assigned includes carpentry, painting, plumbing, concrete laying and minor electrical.Vehicle and light equipment operation is required. **2 WEEKEND POSITIONS AVAILABLE** (Friday to Monday, 6 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.; and Thursday to Sunday, 8 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.) Duties Performs a variety of jobs in carpentry work including buildings decks, walkways, walkovers, railings and other structures for public access areas. Prepares structures for painting and paints as required. Maintains and repairs plumbing facilities and fixtures such as drinking fountains, rest rooms and irrigation systems. Completes minor electrical work. Maintains grounds by mowing, pruning shrubs and collecting trash. Works with concrete, builds forms, mixes, pours and finishes. Maintains signage. Makes minor repairs to equipment. Required Education, Experience, License, Registration, and Certification Qualifications High school diploma or GED; Vocational training/certification with major course work in the skilled trades, supplemented by one (1) year responsible experience in carpentry, plumbing, painting and minor electrical; or an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience. Florida driver's license Must obtain Sanibel Vegetation Certification within 12 months of hire. Supplemental or Additional Information Knowledge of carpentry, plumbing, concrete laying, and minor electrical methods and techniques. Knowledge in use of paints and chemicals used in construction and lawn maintenance. Knowledge of occupational safety rules and practices. Ability to use power tools, manual tools, and light equipment such as lawn mowers, weed eater, saws, drills, augers, tillers, compactors and emergency generators. Ability to perform electrical, welding and other repair and maintenance of assigned facilities and equipment. Ability to work effectively with other employees. Skill in the use of power and manual tools and equipment required for repairs, maintenance and testing. Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral, or diagram form. Ability to deal with problems involving several concrete variables in standardized situations.
City of Sanibel Sanibel, FL, United States
Aug 03, 2020
Part Time
Description Under the general supervision of the Police Sergeant performs the following duties: a) a variety of responsible law enforcement activities including traffic control, escorting vehicles and emergency management functions; or b) parking enforcement, maintenance and repair of parking meters, revenue collections, enforcement of roadway and right of way restrictions, and represents the City in County Court for parking citations as required; c) patrol neighborhoods to monitor adherence to City watering restrictions; and or d) a combination of duties contained in both a through c above. Performs other work as requested. Duties Part A: Escorts school buses to and from school; provides escorts for other vehicles as needed. Escorts oversized vehicles as necessary and required. Directs traffic at designated times and locations, accidents and at special events. Sets up and removes traffic barriers. Assists visitors and residents, whenever required, and serves as a contract point for tourist information. Works on special assignments and projects as assigned. Part B: Checks public parking areas for proper permits and issues tickets for violations. Maintains and repairs public parking meters. Collects parking meter revenue and credit card deposits and accounts for funds collected on a daily basis. Enforces roadway and right of way restrictions. Represents the City in County Court actions relating to parking citations issued. Works on special assignments and projects as assigned. Part C: Patrols City neighborhoods to monitor adherence to the City's watering restrictions due to drought conditions. Issues Notice of Warning to residents who violate the restrictions. Notifies Law Enforcement when an address with a prior warning has a second violation. Required Education, Experience, License, Registration, and Certification Qualifications High school diploma, GED, or other certificate of competency and one (1) year of experience that reflects the ability to accept responsibility; or an equivalent combination of training and experience. Must possess a valid Florida Driver's License. Supplemental or Additional Information Knowledge of traffic laws, City ordinances, and safety procedures related to traffic control and parking. Knowledge of geographic locations within the City. Knowledge of City watering restrictions. Ability to prepare and maintain records and reports. Ability to work effectively with other employees and the general public. Ability to understand and follow oral and written instructions. Ability to work for extended periods of time controlling traffic in all environmental conditions. Ability to repair and maintain parking meters as required.
City of Sanibel Sanibel, FL, United States
Aug 03, 2020
Part Time
Description Under general supervision of the Recreation Program Specialist, assists in coordinating, conducting and leading youth recreational/athletic activities. Duties also include maintenance of grounds and facilities and equipment. Performs other work as requested. Duties Assists children's activities, i.e. after-school, summer program, arts and crafts, swimming programs. Maintains equipment inventory necessary for children's programs. Performs maintenance on equipment and clean-up duties at facilities as necessary. NOTE: The examples of essential functions as listed in this class specification are not necessarily descriptive of any one position in the class. The omission of an essential function of work does not preclude management from assigning specific duties not listed herein if such functions are a logical assignment to the position. Required Education, Experience, License, Registration, and Certification Qualifications Age 17 or older. Must be a High School senior; orhave High school diploma, or GED or other certificate of competency; supplemented by six (6) months experience as a youth counselor in recreational programs desired; or an equivalent combination of training and experience. Must meet all current H.R.S. requirements. Must be able to work flexible work shifts. Supplemental or Additional Information Knowledge of principles, practices and techniques of public recreation programs.Knowledge of facility operation, maintenance, equipment and supplies. Skill in leading and/or instructing recreational activities. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with officials, general public and co-workers. Ability to understand and carry out oral and written instructions. Ability to prepare and maintain written records and reports.
City of Sanibel Sanibel, FL, United States
Jul 20, 2020
Full Time
Description Under general supervision, the purpose of the position is to perform installation, repair and maintenance work in the construction and maintenance of the City's wastewater treatment, collection, and reuse facilities. Employees in this classification function at the entry level, and are accountable for ensuring the efficient and effective operation of wastewater facilities and equipment and gain abilities and skill primarily through on-the-job training. Employee works and confers with the Utility Maintenance Supervisor or higher level Technician on unusual or highly complex operational repairs or construction projects. Duties Other duties may be assigned. Assists work crews in installation, repair and maintenance of distribution and/or collection lines to include the operation of various pieces of mechanical equipment. Performs inspection of facilities and equipment to identify and repair existing or potential problems; informs supervisor and Chief Wastewater System Operator of breakdown or obstruction. Performs preventive maintenance as directed by the Utilities Maintenance Supervisor. Performs routine repairs, replacement tasks and construction projects to wastewater treatment, collection, and reuse facilities and equipment. Performs trades work, e.g., masonry, carpentry, electrical, welding; threads, cuts, fits and replaces pipes and plumbing infrastructure. Performs various custodial and maintenance duties in and around wastewater facilities, e.g., litter collecting, mowing, tree trimming, fertilizing, placing sod, raking, planting and painting. Operates a variety of hand and power tools for both electrical and mechanical repairs, e.g., air wrenches, air hammer, chisel, shovel, rodder. Assists in the development and integration of Utility Division policies and procedures for operational enhancement. Cleans, inspects and maintains lift stations and wastewater facilities and equipment, e.g., removes grease; lubricates motors and equipment, replaces packing in pumps and valves, replaces wiring and bearings in motors and pumps. Develops lists of materials required, identifies suppliers, orders and receives materials under the direction of the supervisor. Employee is subject to 24-hour on-call emergency availability and complies with Departmental on-call policies and procedures. Assists with emergency preparedness and evacuation activities as directed. Required Education, Experience, License, Registration, and Certification Qualifications High school diploma or GED; Vocational training/certification with major coursework in electrical, mechanical and/or pluming; supplemented by one (1) year responsible experience in the skilled labor of Utilities maintenance and repair; or an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience. Must possess a valid Class "B" Florida Commercial Driver's License or the ability to acquire the license within six (6) months from the date of hire. Must possess a Class "C" Wastewater Collections System Certificate issued by the Florida Water and Pollution Control Operators Association or a wastewater collections system certificate issued by California State University, Sacramento within eighteen months of appointment. Supplemental or Additional Information To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Knowledge of maintenance and repair techniques for assigned facilities, vehicles and equipment. Knowledge and practice of occupational safety rules and practices. Ability to perform strenuous work in all weather conditions. Ability to perform electrical, welding and other repair and maintenance of assigned facilities and equipment. Ability to work effectively with other employees and the public. Skill in the use of power and manual tools and equipment required for repairs, maintenance and testing. Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral, or diagram form. Ability to deal with problems involving several concrete variables in standardized situations. Ability to work in confined spaces.