City of Tustin

Encompassing over 11 square miles in the heart of Orange County, the City of Tustin (population 83,000 and growing) offers an exceptional quality of life complemented by an ideal Southern California climate. Just 37 miles southeast of Los Angeles, this vibrant City of Trees is known for its low crime rate, superior schools, quality neighborhoods, premium parks and recreation facilities, and cultural and entertainment amenities.

Tustin is conveniently located at the crossroads of the 5 and 55 Freeways, making numerous regional attractions—beaches, performing arts centers, major sports venues, and recreational facilities—easily accessible. Hillside areas offer sweeping panoramic views of the Pacific Coast and Saddleback Mountains, and the City’s picturesque “Old Town” neighborhood, born in the late 1800s, is currently experiencing a renaissance, with a number of new developments and improvements on the horizon.

Combining an historic sense of place with an eye toward the future, Tustin is home to a diverse industrial commercial base that includes flexible technology centers, computer component development, and manufacturing. The Tustin Legacy project is developing the shuttered Tustin Marine Corps Air Station into residential and commercial areas that are designed to connect business and people to neighborhoods and pathways, open space and trails, local history and educational centers.

The District at Tustin Legacy, the Tustin Market Place, the Tustin Auto Center, and Old Town Tustin are all bustling centers of the City’s cultural and economic activity. A weekly farmer’s market and numerous city-sponsored annual events, including the Tustin Street Fair and Chili Cook-Off and the long-running Tustin Tiller Days, contribute to Tustin’s sense of community and connection.

 

14 job(s) at City of Tustin

City of Tustin, CA Tustin, CA, United States
Nov 07, 2019
Part Time
Description This is a part-time benefited position that is assigned to work approximately 20 hours per week . Under general supervision, investigates and enforces municipal codes and regulations to maintain a safe and desirable community. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS Code Enforcement Officers are responsible for ensuring compliance with the City's municipal codes relating to signs, zoning, property maintenance, business licenses, noise, and water quality and respond to complaints pertaining to the Uniform Housing Code and construction without a permit. Employees in this classification perform investigations, interact tactfully with the public, and issue warnings, citations, and notices. The Code Enforcement Officer is distinguished from the Building Inspector in that the work primarily involves the enforcement of codes and ordinances pertaining to property maintenance and land use, as opposed to building and construction statutes. SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND EXERCISED General supervision is provided by a Senior Planner. No supervision is exercised. SELECTION PROCESS Application materials will be carefully reviewed to identify those candidates who meet the minimum qualifications for this position. Individuals who are best qualified will be invited to participate in a panel interview. Interviews are tentatively scheduled for the week of December 16, 2019 . All candidates who pass the panel interview will earn placement on the eligible list, which may be used for current and future vacancies in the job classification. Examples of Duties Duties may include, but are not limited to, the following: • Responds to inquiries and provides technical assistance to property owners and the general public regarding compliance with zoning regulations, property maintenance standards, regulatory practices, and currently active code enforcement cases; assists individuals during field inspections, at the public counter, and through telephone and electronic communications • Investigates and responds to public complaints regarding municipal codes and regulations; conducts on-site inspections; determines existence and types of potential code violations • Documents violations per procedural guidelines by preparing detailed notes and taking photographs; issues warnings, citations, and notices of violations to individuals and organizations in violation of codes and regulations • Conducts research regarding property ownership and applicable codes • Recommends corrective action in order to bring about compliance; determines timelines for compliance in accordance with local standards and requirements; assists homeowners and businesses with procedures to obtain compliance • Administers graffiti removal contract; directs and reviews work completed by vendor; reconciles monthly invoices • Maintains accurate case files containing complete records of complaints and inspections; prepares correspondence and summary reports • Prepares documentation for legal action; testifies and presents evidence in court as necessary Minimum Qualifications A combination of education, experience, and training that has provided the necessary knowledge, skills, and abilities is required for entry into the classification. A typical combination includes: Education and/or Experience: Graduation from high school; and two (2) years of public relations experience involving considerable public contact and regulatory compliance. Licenses and/or Certificates: Possession of a valid California Class C driver's license and an acceptable driving record. Possession of a Certificate of Training in Arrest, Search and Seizure Procedures (PC 832) is required within six (6) months of employment. Special Requirements: Satisfactory results from a background investigation, physical examination, and administrative screening. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, & ABILITIES Knowledge of: • Pertinent federal, state, and local laws, codes, and regulations related to building, zoning, housing, and nuisance violations • Methods and techniques of public relations and conflict resolution • Proper English usage, spelling, grammar, and punctuation • Business letter writing and basic report preparation techniques Skill to : • Operate standard office equipment, including a personal computer and related word processing, spreadsheet, and database software • Operate a motor vehicle safely Ability to: • Interpret, explain, and apply pertinent codes and regulations • Evaluate situations, identify problems and deviations, and exercise sound independent judgment and decision making within established guidelines • Work independently and effectively with a minimum amount of on-site supervision • Tactfully gain the cooperation and compliance of individuals and organizations • Read, interpret and explain building plans and specifications • Handle multiple priorities, organize workload, and meet strict deadlines • Communicate clearly and effectively, both orally or in writing, with staff, City management, contractors, consultants, vendors, public officials, the general public, and others encountered in the course of work • Prepare and maintain accurate and precise written documents such as technical reports, records, and correspondence • Walk or stand for extended periods of time and bend, stoop, crawl, climb, and lift as necessary to perform field duties Working Conditions & Physical Demands The physical and mental demands described here are representative of those that must be met by employees to successfully perform the essential functions of this class. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Physical Demands: An employee in this class is regularly required to use hands to finger, handle, feel or operate objects, tools, or controls and reach with hands and arms. The position works in both field and office settings. Employees are frequently required to sit and occasionally walk and stand to access work areas and files; stoop, kneel, or crouch to access or place records or files; lift and carry records, documents, and confiscated items, typically weighing less than 20 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, far vision, and the ability to adjust focus. Employees regularly work in outside weather conditions. Employees are occasionally exposed to wet or humid conditions, airborne particles, and toxic or caustic chemicals or fumes. Mental Demands: The employee is regularly required to use written and oral communication skills; read and interpret data; use math and mathematical reasoning; analyze and solve problems; learn and apply new information; perform highly detailed work on multiple, concurrent tasks; meet intensive and changing deadlines and interact with City staff, homeowners, business representatives, customers, vendors, contractors, and the public in achieving compliance with standards and requirements. When interacting with the public, the employee is subject to encounters with emotionally upset and potentially hostile individuals. Working Conditions The employee frequently works in both office and field settings. In the office, the noise level is typically quiet or moderately quiet, at or below 85 decibels level. When conducting site inspections, the employee works outdoors where construction and traffic noise can occasionally be above 85 decibels. The employee works near electrical and mechanical hazards and is exposed to wet or humid conditions, airborne particles, and toxic or caustic chemicals or fumes. The City of Tustin is an Equal Opportunity Employer. In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, the City will provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities. Closing Date/Time: 12/6/2019 5:00 PM Pacific
City of Tustin, CA Tustin, CA, United States
Nov 07, 2019
Full Time
Description Under general supervision, performs a variety of semi-skilled and skilled tasks in the upkeep, maintenance, and repair of the water distribution system and related facilities; performs related duties as assigned. CLASS CHARACTERISTICS: This is the entry and training level class in the Water Distribution Operator series. Duties are performed under close supervision and in a learning capacity. Incumbents perform a wide range of construction and maintenance task, some of which may be semi-skilled in nature. Incumbents assigned to this class perform with greater independence and discretion as knowledge and abilities are acquired. Water Distribution Operator II positions that are vacant may be filled at the Water Distribution Operator I level. Advancement to the Water Distribution Operator II class requires adequate funding and an evaluation by management of employee knowledge, skills and abilities and possession of appropriate certification. SELECTION PROCESS: Application materials will be carefully reviewed to identify those candidates who meet the minimum qualifications for this position. Individuals who are best qualified will be invited to participate in a panel interview. Interviews are tentatively scheduled for the week of December 16, 2019 . All candidates who pass the panel interview will earn placement on the eligible list, which may be used for current and future vacancies in the job classification. Examples of Duties • Performs construction, maintenance, and repair activities of City water utilities systems and facilities to ensure safe and efficient access for the public, including residential and commercial water meters, valve cans, meter boxes, and water distribution lines, services, valves and fire hydrants • Performs water valve maintenance, including various types of lines and valves, locating and raising valves that are not exposed, operating automated machines to exercise valves on an annual basis, and maintaining records of valves • Repairs concrete after water distribution system maintenance, including sidewalk panels and temporary street patches • Uses valve-turning equipment to isolate and shut down pre-designated water lines for routine maintenance and in emergency situations; provides explanations to the public during shut-downs • Performs water meter maintenance, including installing new meters, repairing leaks, and replacing meters as necessary; performs shut-downs of services, as required • Operates and maintains specialized vehicles and a variety of light, medium, and heavy equipment related to the construction, maintenance, and repair of water utilities systems and facilities • Operates a variety of hand and power tools and equipment related to work assignment as instructed • Observes safe work methods and makes appropriate use of related safety equipment as required • Maintains public facilities, shop and garage areas, storage sites, and other work areas in a clean and orderly condition, including securing equipment at the close of the workday • Installs street barricades and cones and controls traffic around work sites and special events to ensure safe conditions for the general public and City workers • Maintains accurate logs and records of work performed and materials and equipment used • Performs related duties as assigned Minimum Qualifications Education and/or Experience: Any combination of education and/or experience that has provided the knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary for acceptable job performance. Example combinations include: Graduation from high school or equivalent, and two years of experience in the installation, repair, and maintenance of water services, mains, meters, valves, hydrants, and related equipment and/or facilities. Knowledge of: Working knowledge of the equipment and procedures involved in the installation, maintenance, and repair of water systems and related facilities; related laws, ordinances, rules, regulations, policies, and procedures. Ability to: Perform a variety of construction, repair and maintenance tasks: work under routine and emergency conditions, sometimes in severe weather; work efficiently and safely with others; understand and follow instructions and directions; perform a wide variety of physically strenuous tasks; respond to public inquiries and complaints in a tactful and courteous manner; operate and properly repair a variety of pipes, valves, fittings and hydrants; read, interpret and understand blueprints and construction drawings ; maintain records; maintain and repair equipment and tools; perform heavy manual work on a regular basis; lift and operate a 90 pound jackhammer on a regular basis; meet the physical requirements established by the City. Skill in: Safely operating heavy construction and repair equipment; using a variety of hand and power tools. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: Possession of a Class C California driver's license and ability to obtain a Class B within one year of appointment and satisfactory driving record. This classification is subject to random drug/alcohol testing pursuant to Department of Transportation guidelines/requirements. CERTIFICATIONS : Possession of or ability to obtain within one year of appointment a D1 Distribution Systems Certificate from the California Department of Health Services. Individuals holding a Class A or B license are subject to random drug/alcohol testing pursuant to Department of Transportation guidelines/requirements. Working Conditions & Physical Demands Work involves considerable physical exertion, including heavy lifting. Most work is done outdoors. There is exposure to the hazards associated with working around traffic and with heavy equipment. Position requires prolonged standing, walking, reaching, twisting, and turning, kneeling, bending, squatting, and stooping in the performance of daily activities. The position also requires grasping, repetitive hand movement and coordination in driving vehicles, operating equipment and using tools. Additionally, the position requires vision sufficient to enable the incumbent to operate vehicles and equipment. Acute hearing is required when working around traffic and equipment. The need to lift, drag and push equipment, tools, supplies and other materials (i.e. cement bags) weighing up to 100 pounds is also required. The position requires walking on uneven ground and around construction sites. The City of Tustin is an Equal Opportunity Employer. In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, the City will provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities. Closing Date/Time: 12/6/2019 5:00 PM Pacific
City of Tustin, CA Tustin, CA, United States
Nov 05, 2019
Part Time
Description The City of Tustin Police Department is currently seeking applicants for part-time Parking Control Officer. Parking Control Officer is an entry-level civilian classification responsible for enforcing local and state vehicle parking ordinances and laws. This position requires contact with the general public and an ability to deal courteously and effectively with others and represent the City in a positive manner. The Parking Control Officer is distinguished from other law enforcement classifications by its singular emphasis on enforcing vehicle parking regulations. Other collateral law enforcement support duties may be performed on an as-needed basis. An employee in this classification wears a uniform and a badge, but does not carry a firearm and does not have the authority to take violators into custody. This is a part-time, at-will, non-benefitted position. Hours are limited to less than 1,000 hours per fiscal year. This recruitment is conducted on a continuous basis to meet the needs of the City as vacancies occur and may close at any time. SELECTION PROCESS The first step in the selection process is a training and experience evaluation of each candidate based on the application submitted. Applicants who are determined to meet the minimum qualifications for this particular vacancy will be invited to participate in a written exam. An overall evaluation of each candidate's score on the written exam, and their training and experience, will be considered in determining who advances in the selection process to a panel interview. All candidates who pass the panel interview will earn placement on the eligible list, which may be used for current and future vacancies in the job classification. The hiring department may contact any individual on the eligible list to move forward in the selection process. The remaining selection components include a background investigation, polygraph, interview with the Police Chief or his designee, and a physical examination (including a drug screen). Each individual component must be passed in order to continue to the next phase and all of these selection components must be successfully completed in order for an eligible candidate to be considered for hire. SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND EXERCISED Receives general supervision from a Police Sergeant or designee. No supervision is exercised. Examples of Duties Duties may include, but are not limited to, the following: • Patrols an assigned area of the City to identify vehicles in violation of parking laws and ordinances • Issues parking citations to vehicles parked illegally; follows street sweeping vehicles and takes enforcement action of vehicles in violation; patrols neighborhoods regulated by permit parking regulations and issues citations to vehicles in violation of established guidelines • Arranges for the towing of abandoned vehicles, illegally parked vehicles, or vehicles in violation of other related laws and ordinances; prepares vehicle storage/impound reports • Provides information and answers questions from the public regarding parking and related traffic regulations; tactfully interacts with hostile and irate parking violators; provides court testimony or prepares statements of facts in response to administrative reviews of parking citations and vehicle impound or storage actions in criminal or civil hearings • Reports criminal activity, graffiti, vandalism, and animal control needs • May perform traffic control duties, such as setting up traffic control posts and deploying barricades, cones, flares, and other directional traffic equipment Minimum Qualifications A combination of education, experience, and training that has provided the necessary knowledge, skills, and abilities is required for entry into the classification. A typical combination includes: Education and/or Experience: Graduation from high school and six (6) months experience in a position involving public contact, including dealing with hostile and irate individuals. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, & ABILITIES Knowledge of: • Traffic laws, ordinances, and rules involved in driving a motor vehicle • Safe work practices • Principles and procedures of record keeping and reporting • Principles and practices of customer service and conflict resolution Skill to: • Operate a Class C motor vehicle safely • Operate a personal computer and related word processing, spreadsheet and database software Ability to: • Learn state and local laws, ordinances, and regulations related to vehicle parking • Interpret and apply pertinent state and local laws, ordinances, and regulations • Establish and maintain courteous and cooperative working relationships with the general public, property owners, coworkers, and others encountered in the course of work • Maintain professionalism, courtesy, and composure at all times, including stressful situations and handle disputes and complaints in a calm, courteous, and tactful manner • Understand and follow oral and written instructions • Work independently and efficiently in the absence of an on-site supervisor • Communicate clearly and effectively, both orally and in writing • Prepare accurate and complete citations and reports • Evaluate situations, identify problems, and exercise sound independent judgment within established guidelines Licenses and/or Certificates: Possession of a valid California Class C Driver's License and acceptable driving record. Enrollment in the DMV Pull Notice program will be required. A valid California Law Enforcement Teletype Systems (CLETS) certificate is required within three (3) months of employment. Special Requirements: Satisfactory results from a background investigation, polygraph, physical examination and administrative screening. Schedule is limited to less than 1,000 hours per fiscal year. Scheduled work hours and days may vary and may include holidays and/or hours outside of regular business hours. Working Conditions & Physical Demands The physical and mental demands described here are representative of those that must be met by employees to successfully perform the essential functions of this class. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Physical Demands: While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to use hands to handle, feel or operate objects, or controls and reach with hands and arms. The employee is required to constantly sit for long periods of time while operating a vehicle and talk and hear. The employee frequently enters and exits a vehicle and stands and walks to inspect parked vehicles. The employee lifts and carries debris and other items in the street, typically weighing less than 25 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, far vision, and the ability to adjust focus. Mental Demands: While performing the duties of this class, the employee must be able to use written and oral communication skills, follow policies and procedures, and interact with City staff and the public. When interacting with the public, the employee is subject to encounters with emotionally upset and potentially hostile individuals. Work Environment: The employee primarily works outdoors and is subject to working in inclement weather conditions. There is exposure to the hazards associated with working around street traffic, including vehicle exhaust. The noise level in the work environment may occasionally rise above 85 decibels due to construction and traffic along the assigned route. The City of Tustin is an Equal Opportunity Employer. In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, the City will provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
City of Tustin, CA Tustin, CA, United States
Oct 18, 2019
Full Time
Description This recruitment is open until filled and may close at any time. Please apply immediately; the first review date will be November 8, 2019. Under general supervision, operates construction and maintenance equipment including excavating, grading, trenching, loading and related operations according to required standards; performs semi-skilled and skilled maintenance tasks; makes minor mechanical equipment adjustments in the field; performs related duties as required. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS: Water Equipment Operators perform skilled tasks that involve operation of assigned equipment as the primary responsibility. Incumbents may be utilized to operate other equipment and assist in the performance of other skilled to unskilled maintenance work, but such responsibilities are subordinate to the primary tasks involving operation of assigned equipment. Equipment Operators train the less experienced staff on equipment operation and maintenance/construction tasks and may lead the work of a crew as assigned. SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND EXERCISED Receives general supervision from the Water Maintenance and Construction Supervisor. May provide lead supervision to Water Distribution Operators. SELECTION PROCESS: Application materials will be carefully reviewed to identify those candidates who meet the minimum qualifications for this position. Individuals who are best qualified will be invited to participate in a panel interview. Interviews are tentatively scheduled for the week of November 18, 2019. Finalists may also participate in a performance test. Candidates who pass all testing components will earn placement on the eligible list, which may be used for current and future vacancies in the job classification. Examples of Duties Duties may include, but are not limited to, the following: • Operates construction equipment such as dump trucks, backhoes, hydro-excavator, rollers, pavement saws, hoe rams, jack hammers and front-end loaders for a variety of construction and maintenance operations involving streets, sidewalks,, curbs, gutters, water lines, fire hydrants, reservoirs and other water related appurtenances; excavates around electric, gas, water, and various other underground utility lines; drives a truck and trailer to haul equipment to and from job locations • Checks job site for potential hazards, reads, interprets, and marks Underground Service Alerts (USA's), determines precautions for safe equipment operation and job site activities; performs assignments in accordance with safety requirements and job site conditions; reads and interprets plans and blueprints • Performs skilled work in the operation of the assigned equipment according to work schedule and general instructions; ensures appropriate traffic control and the shoring of trenches • Performs various tasks involved in the routine preventative maintenance and minor repair of the assigned equipment, including greasing and lubrication, and monitoring and maintaining fluid levels • Identifies equipment and materials needed for assigned projects; maintains records of work completed, materials and equipment used on projects. • Assists in training new operators; directs the work of semi skilled personnel assigned to assist with a project; may be assigned to assist other maintenance crews and operate other motorized equipment as necessary • Performs a variety of general skilled and semi skilled field maintenance work as a crew member when not assigned to equipment operation Minimum Qualifications A combination of education, experience, and training that has provided the necessary knowledge, skills, and abilities is required for entry into the classification. A typical combination includes: Education and/or Experience: Any combination of education and/or experience that has provided the knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary for acceptable job performance. Example combinations include: Equivalent to graduation from high school and four years of experience operating a variety of construction equipment including two years of experience working with water systems. Knowledge of: Considerable knowledge of the mechanical operation of the assigned power-driven equipment; occupational hazards and routine safety precautions; rules, regulations, methods and procedures of trenching, shoring, confined spaces and water pipe disinfecting; safe work practices and traffic control; uses and purposes of general construction tools and equipment; proper shoring of trenches; traffic laws, ordinances and rules involved in truck and construction equipment operation; of rules and regulations involving chlorination systems and water quality; equipment operation, techniques, and methods used in the construction and maintenance water systems and facilities; NPDES; principles and methods of plumbing and hydraulics. Ability to: Ability to operate heavy, power-driven equipment safely and efficiently; detect the need for major mechanical maintenance; perform routine adjustments and maintenance on equipment used; use and care of hand tools in making minor adjustments and performing routine maintenance of the assigned equipment; perform skilled maintenance, construction and repair work; prepare routine records; read and interpret maps and blueprints; read survey stakes, elevations and grades; work safely; work effectively in the absence of supervision; follow verbal and written instructions; communicate orally and by radio with management, co-workers, and the public in face-to-face, one-to-one, and group settings; establish and maintain cooperative working relationships; respond to emergency and problem situations in an effective manner; train new employees; pass the physical standards set by the City; be on standby, respond in a timely manner after hours, at night, on weekends and holidays. Skill in: Safely operating a variety of power-driven equipment. Special Requirement: Possession of a Class B California driver's license and a satisfactory driving record. A Class A California driver's license with tanker endorsements is required within one year of appointment. This classification is subject to random drug/alcohol testing pursuant to Department of Transportation guidelines/requirements. Certification: Possession of a D2 Distribution Systems Certification issued by the California Department of Health Services. Working Conditions & Physical Demands The physical and mental demands described here are representative of those that must be met by employees to successfully perform the essential functions of this class. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Physical Demands: While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to use hands to finger, handle, feel or operate objects, tools, or controls and reach with hands and arms. The employee is required to constantly sit for long periods of time while operating motor equipment. The position requires walking on uneven ground and around construction, well sites and reservoirs. The position requires vision sufficient and acute hearing to enable the incumbent to operate vehicles and equipment. The employee is expected to stoop, squat, and reach above head to access equipment and lift, carry, or push items typically weighing up to 100 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, far vision, and the ability to adjust focus. Mental Demands: While performing the duties of this class, the employee must be able to use written and oral communication skills; follow policies and procedures; use basic math; and interact with City staff and the public. Work Environment: The employee constantly operates a vehicle and is exposed to variable and potentially harsh weather conditions, traffic, dust, fumes, moisture, and wetness, as well as extended vehicle vibration. The employee is exposed to potentially hazardous substances and must occasionally work in trenches and elevated areas. The employee must have the ability to drive for long periods of time, work on different shifts, and be called to respond to emergency disasters, as needed. The employee is subject to loud noise caused by construction activities and vehicle operation. The City of Tustin is an Equal Opportunity Employer. In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, the City will provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
City of Tustin, CA Tustin, CA, United States
Sep 16, 2019
Full Time
Description This recruitment is open until filled and may close at any time. Please apply immediately; the first review date will be October 4, 2019. The Emergency Operations Coordinator (Management Analyst II) is an advanced journey level classification responsible for coordinating the City's emergency management program. The primary functions of this position are ensuring compliance with county, state and federal requirements to ensure Tustin is prepared in the event of a major emergency situation; maintaining the City's Emergency Operations Plan and managing the Emergency Operations Center (EOC); coordinating emergency management training for City staff and the Community Emergency Response Team. The ideal candidate will have excellent oral and written communication skills, polished interpersonal skills, outstanding analytical and problem solving skills, a service orientation, a positive attitude, a sense of humor, and demonstrate strong ethics and integrity. SELECTION PROCESS: The first step in the selection process is a training and experience evaluation of each candidate based on the application materials submitted. The applicants who are determined by subject matter experts to be the best qualified for this particular vacancy will be invited to participate in an online assessment of basic work skills and/or an online job suitability assessment. The top remaining candidates will be invited to a structured panel interview tentatively scheduled for the week of October 21, 2019. All candidates who pass the panel interview will earn placement on the eligible list, which may be used for current and future vacancies in the job classification. SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND EXERCISED Receives general supervision from a Police Sergeant. May provide direct supervision to technical and/or administrative support staff. Examples of Duties Duties may include, but are not limited to, the following: • Conducts training exercises to develop appropriate responses to disasters and other similar emergencies • Monitors the status of current or future threats or hazards that may impact emergency management program delivery • Performs all aspects of emergency management coordination (e.g. prevention, mitigation, preparedness, response, and recovery) • Engages City departments in collaborative efforts to support a comprehensive emergency management program • Prepare after action reports required at the conclusion of exercises and actual emergencies • Researches, analyzes and interprets data relating to departmental operations; conducts surveys; prepares related reports, including analysis of findings, alternative solutions, conclusions, and recommendations • Conducts operational projects for assigned program areas; reviews and reports on project compliance with applicable laws and regulations; prepares and maintains records of project activity • Provides advice and consultation in area of assignment to department management and other City staff • Administers or implements one or more departmental services or programs • Interprets and applies data, policies and procedures, laws, and regulations and explains them to the public and other employees; researches and responds to inquiries and citizen complaints regarding departmental operations and programs • Administers and monitors professional services agreements and contracts for compliance with provisions • Writes grant applications, monitors grant compliance activities, maintains related records and completes required reports • Participates in budget development and administration; prepares assigned budgets; analyzes department budgets including the forecasting of additional funds needed for staffing, equipment, materials, and supplies; administers and monitors approved budgets • Coordinates departmental projects, programs and studies with other City departments and external agencies and contractors; serves as departmental liaison • Prepares a variety of technical staff reports, correspondence, and other written materials; develops charts, graphs, maps, spreadsheets, and presentations; presents findings and recommendations to management Minimum Qualifications A combination of education, experience, and training that has provided the necessary knowledge, skills, and abilities is required for entry into the classification. A typical combination includes : Bachelor's degree in emergency management, public administration, or a field related; and three (3) years of experience performing professional level administrative duties in disaster preparedness or emergency management programs. Licenses and/or Certificates : Possession of a valid Class C California driver's license and an acceptable driving record. Possession of an Emergency Manager certification from International Association of Emergency Managers is desirable. Special Requirements : Satisfactory results from a background investigation, physical examination and administrative screening. Depending on position assignment, may be required to occasionally work outside of regular work hours (e.g. evenings, holidays, and weekends) to attend meetings and work events. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, & ABILITIES Knowledge of: • Emergency management programs • Incident Command System • Disaster and emergency planning • Emergency resources and procedures • Government processes and operations • Basic principles, methods, and practices of municipal budgeting and finances • Principles and procedures of record keeping and reporting • Standard business software, including word processing, spreadsheet, and database programs • Proper English usage, spelling, grammar, and punctuation Skill to: • Operate modern office equipment including a personal computer and related software • Operate a motor vehicle safely Ability to: • Analyze and evaluate tangible and intangible data soundly and impersonally, identify alternative solutions, and formulate reasonable and effective conclusions • Interpret, explain, and apply departmental policies and procedures and pertinent federal, state, and local laws, codes, and regulations • Evaluate situations, identify problems and trends, project consequences of proposed actions, and implement recommendations in support of goals • Exercise sound independent judgment, decisiveness, and creativity within established guidelines • Plan, organize, and prioritize projects and tasks in order to meet strict deadlines and adjust to changing priorities • Prepare and maintain comprehensive records and prepare clear, concise, and complete technical reports, recommendations, and correspondence • Plan, organize, and prioritize projects and tasks in order to meet strict deadlines • Communicate ideas, concepts, and recommendations clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing • Establish, maintain, and foster positive and harmonious working relationships with those contacted in the course of work • Effectively represent the department and the City in meetings with governmental agencies, community groups, external organizations, and other employees Working Conditions & Physical Demands The physical and mental demands described here are representative of those that must be met by employees to successfully perform the essential functions of this class. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Physical Demands: The employee is regularly required to sit; talk or hear, in person and by telephone; use hands to finger, handle, feel or operate standard office equipment; and reach with hands and arms. An employee is frequently required to walk and stand. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision and the ability to adjust focus to read and operate office equipment as necessary during the course of the work assignments. Mental Demands: While performing the duties, employees of this class are regularly required to use written and oral communication skills; read and interpret financial and statistical data, information and documents; analyze and solve problems; observe and interpret people and situations; learn and apply new information or skills; perform highly detailed work on multiple, concurrent tasks; work under intensive deadlines; and interact with staff and others encountered in the course of work. Work Environment: The employee works under typical office conditions and the noise level is usually quiet, below 85 decibels. Employees may be required to travel to work sites or other locations for meetings. The City of Tustin is an Equal Opportunity Employer. In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, the City will provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
City of Tustin, CA Tustin, CA, United States
May 14, 2019
Full Time
Description This recruitment is open to candidates who are currently enrolled in a POST certified Police Academy, or have graduated from one within the last six months, and is conducted on a continuous basis to meet the needs of the City as vacancies occur. To be considered, the following must be submitted: - A completed application and supplemental questionnaire - Proof of Police Academy enrollment, or copy of Basic POST Certificate The City of Tustin Police Department operates under a community policing philosophy with approximately 96 sworn positions. The Department provides its officers opportunities to gain exposure to a wide variety of municipal police activities (Patrol Officer, Investigator, GRADE - Gang Reduction and Directed Enforcement, Field Training, K-9, Motors, Bike Patrol, Professional Standards & Training and School Resources). Examples of Duties Successful candidates are appointed in a non-sworn capacity while attending a POST certified Basic Police Academy. Curriculum includes coursework mandated by the California Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training and/or the local Police Academy Advisory Committee. After meeting all department, State mandated and academy requirements, including graduation from the Police Academy, incumbents are considered for promotion to the position of sworn Police Officer. Once appointed to a sworn Police Officer position, successful completion of the Department's field training requirements (approximately 6 months) within an 18-month probationary period is required. Sworn officers perform the full range of law enforcement duties. Minimum Qualifications Must currently be enrolled in a POST certified Police Academy, or have graduated from one within the last six months. • Age : Must be 21 years of age at time of appointment. • Education : High school graduate or equivalent. • Physical : Excellent physical condition. Must be physically capable of performing all tasks required of a Tustin Police Officer as determined by a physical agility test, medical examination and psychological evaluation. Normal hearing and color vision; vision 20/100 in each eye correctable to 20/20; weight proportional to height. • Citizenship : Must be a United States citizen or a permanent resident alien who is eligible for and has applied for United States citizenship. In accordance with California State law, citizenship status must be conferred within three (3) years of applying for citizenship. • Background : Must be of good moral character with no convictions for felony or crimes of moral turpitude and be able to pass a comprehensive background investigation. • License : At time of appointment, candidate must possess and maintain a valid California driver's license and satisfactory driving record. • Language : Must have fluent command of the English language in both oral and written form. Working Conditions & Physical Demands Position requires prolonged sitting, walking, reaching, twisting, and turning, kneeling, bending, squatting, and stooping in the performance of daily activities. The incumbent must also be able to lift, carry, drag, pull and push objects and persons weighing at least 165 pounds; stand for extended periods of time such as in guarding a crime scene; run for extended periods of time such as in foot pursuit of suspects; distinguish colors and observe and recognize people, vehicles and environmental conditions during the day and night; recall details concerning incidents, people and occurrences in order to write thorough, accurate and complete reports; hear radio transmissions in noisy environments such as in a busy intersection; maintain composure and good judgment while under stress. SELECTION PROCESS: Each component listed below must be passed in order to continue to the next phase. Completion of the selection process may take up to six months. Applicants will receive written notification of their current status in the selection process. 1.Physical Agility Exam - Pass/Fail 2.Oral Board Interview 3.Background Investigation and Polygraph Examination 4.Police Chief's Interview 5.Psychological and Medical Examinations (upon conditional offer of employment) Candidates successfully completing all components of the selection process will be placed on an employment eligibility list from which hires may be made. The eligible list is valid for one year. ***IMPORTANT*** A comprehensive background investigation and polygraph will be conducted on any eligible persons considered for hire. Recent drug usage, theft or other illegal activity may be grounds for disqualification. A pre-employment medical, psychological evaluation AND a drug screen will be conducted upon a conditional offer of employment. The City of Tustin is an Equal Opportunity Employer. In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, the City will provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
City of Tustin, CA Tustin, CA, United States
Apr 03, 2019
Part Time
Description This recruitment is conducted on a continuous basis to meet the needs of the City as vacancies occur. This is a part-time, at-will, non-benefitted position. Hours are limited to less than 1,000 hours per fiscal year. Under moderate to general supervision, assists sworn personnel within the jail facility with monitoring inmates, inmate movement, maintaining order, and controlling entry and exit to jail facilities. Provides a variety of civilian police support services to assist with law enforcement and crime prevention. SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND EXERCISED Receives moderate supervision from a Police Support Services Supervisor and/or a Police Sergeant. No supervision is exercised. SELECTION PROCESS Each component listed below must be passed in order to continue to the next phase. Completion of the selection process may take up to six months. Applicants will receive written notification of their current status in the selection process. 1. Written Exam 2. Oral Panel Interview 3. Background Investigation and Polygraph Examination 4. Police Chief's Interview 5. Medical & Psychological Examinations (upon conditional offer of employment) Candidates successfully completing all components of the selection process will be placed on an employment eligibility list from which hires may be made. The eligible list is valid for one year. ***IMPORTANT*** A comprehensive background investigation and polygraph will be conducted on any eligible persons considered for hire. Recent drug usage, theft or other illegal activity may be grounds for disqualification. A preemployment medical, psychological evaluation AND a drug screen will be conducted upon a conditional offer of employment. Examples of Duties Duties may include, but are not limited to, the following: • Assists in supervising the conduct of inmates in a variety of custody situations within a jail facility • Monitors inmates on a rigid time line • Performs inmate intake processes by searching, accepting property, checking criminal history records, booking, issuing clothing, fingerprinting and photographing inmates; completes paper and computer bookings and all other related paperwork as needed • Conducts interviews with inmates • Secures inmate property and monies, as necessary, in compliance with Department Policy and Procedures • Conducts safety and security checks of City facilities • Conducts Title 15 visual compliance checks within jail facility • Provides technical assistance to the public at the front desk and over the telephone; evaluates and processes disturbance calls, complaints, and requests for police services; gathers information, records complaints, and prepares routine crime reports; directs callers to other departmental personnel or other agencies as appropriate • Verifies and signs citation corrections; collects and processes fees • Assists with field investigations of traffic collisions, including injury and non-injury accidents and hit-and-run incidents; performs traffic control by directing and re-routing traffic due to traffic accidents, signal outages, and special events; administers preferred parking program • Develops and implements community relations and public education; prepares and presents public presentations and written informational materials; assists with department tours, exhibits, and special events; serves as a liaison between the Police Department and other city departments, public agencies, and the local community • Patrols areas of the City to enforce parking regulations and issue citations; reports and resolves observed traffic hazards; initiates impound action on vehicles in violation of codes; provides assistance to stranded motorists • Receives, searches, fingerprints, books, photographs, supervises, and completes record checks of incoming prisoners; maintains physical control of prisoners using minimal restraint techniques; performs security, safety, and health checks of prisoners in holding facilities; releases prisoners by issuing citations, receiving bail or transporting them to the County jail • Researches information for citizens and employees, and assists with the completion of investigations and reports; issues citations for violations of laws, codes, and ordinances • Drives a response vehicle to and from accidents, crime scenes, the County jail, meetings, and events • Prepares and processes a variety of reports, forms, citations, applications, and permits; types, compiles, and tabulates basic statistical and financial data; tracks status of cases and warrants; maintains related files and records • Testifies and presents evidence in court proceedings and depositions as necessary Minimum Qualifications A combination of education, experience, and training that has provided the necessary knowledge, skills, and abilities is required for entry into the classification. A typical combination includes : Education and/or Experience: Graduation from high school, supplemented by college-level course work in criminal justice, public relations, or a closely related field. One (1) year of law enforcement related experience is desirable. Licenses and/or Certificates: Possession of a valid California Class C driver's license and an acceptable driving record. A valid California Law Enforcement Teletype Systems (CLETS) certificate is required within three (3) months of employment. Complete the Orange County Sheriff's Department Adult Corrections Core Course within one (1) year of employment. Special Requirements: Satisfactory results from a background investigation, physical examination, and administrative screening. Work shifts may include evenings, weekends, and holidays. Bilingual skills are highly desirable. Knowledge of: • Pertinent federal, state, and local laws, codes, ordinances, and regulations related to the area of assignment • Research methods and report writing techniques • Principles and procedures of record keeping and reporting • Proper English usage, spelling, grammar and punctuation • Streets, landmarks, and geographic features within the City's service area Skill to: • Operate standard office equipment, including a personal computer and related word processing, spreadsheet, and database software • Operate a motor vehicle safely under various conditions • Operate specialized equipment used in the area of assignment, including communications, photography, and recording equipment Ability to: • Obtain, record, and retain complete and accurate information from diverse individuals, including those who are emotionally distraught, angry or difficult to understand • Maintain professionalism, courtesy, and composure at all times, including emergency and high-stress situations • Prepare and maintain accurate and precise written documents such as technical reports, records, and correspondence that may serve as evidence in court • Communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing, including making public presentations and composing detailed written reports • Interpret, explain, and apply pertinent laws, codes, ordinances, and regulations • Establish and maintain courteous and effective working relationships with staff, management, law enforcement officials, the general public, and others encountered in the course of the work • Evaluate situations, identify problems, and exercise sound independent judgment within established guidelines • Demonstrate tact, respect, and empathy to gain the cooperation and compliance of individuals and defuse conflicts • Effectively monitor, prioritize, and execute multiple tasks in a high stress, fluid work environment with officer and public safety at stake • Work independently and efficiently with a minimum amount of on-site supervision Working Conditions & Physical Demands The physical and mental demands described here are representative of those that must be met by employees to successfully perform the essential functions of this class. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Physical Demands: An employee in this classification works in both field and office settings. The employee is regularly required to sit; talk or hear, in person and by telephone; and use hands to handle, feel or operate objects, tools, or controls and reach with hands and arms. Position requires prolonged standing, walking, reaching, twisting, turning, kneeling, bending, squatting, and stooping in the performance of daily activities. The position requires the ability to exert a moderate amount of physical effort involved in lifting, carrying, or pushing property, evidence, tools, supplies and other materials typically weighing up to 50 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, far vision, color vision, and the ability to adjust focus to observe and recognize people, objects and environmental conditions during day and night. Employees may be exposed to heat, cold, precipitation, and humidity when working outside. Mental Demands: The incumbent is regularly required to use written and oral communication skills; read and interpret data, information and documents; analyze and solve complex problems; perform highly detailed work on multiple, concurrent tasks; and interact with staff, other law enforcement representatives, Court officials, and the public. The employee is frequently subject to encounters with emotionally upset individuals and must remain calm and composed and exercise sound judgment in emergency situations. The employee works in a paramilitary environment with a highly structured chain-of-command system. Work Environment: Depending on assignment, the employee may work in both field and office conditions. When working outdoors, the employee is exposed to variable weather conditions as well as road traffic. The noise level can occasionally be loud, above 85 decibels, when performing traffic control and other duties on public streets. Frequent driving is required for traffic control monitoring and to respond to accident or crime scene sites, and transporting prisoners. When working indoors, the employee works in office conditions with a noise level that is quiet or moderately quiet, at or below 85 decibels. The City of Tustin is an Equal Opportunity Employer. In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, the City will provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
City of Tustin, CA Tustin, CA, United States
Apr 03, 2019
Part Time
Description This recruitment is conducted on a continuous basis to meet the needs of the City as vacancies occur and may close at any time. This is a part-time, at-will, non-benefitted position. Hours are limited to less than 1,000 hours per fiscal year. Under immediate supervision, performs a wide variety of routine law enforcement support duties as part of an apprenticeship program. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS The Police Cadet apprenticeship program is specifically designed to introduce young individuals to the various aspects of the law enforcement profession and help prepare them for a future career as a Police Officer or another related position. In accordance with well-defined policies and procedures, an employee in this classification assists full-time personnel with a variety of assignments throughout the Police Department including, but not limited to, Front Desk, Professional Standards, Communications, Investigations, Traffic, Property, Records, Crime Scene Investigation and Fleet Maintenance. Incumbents assume greater responsibilities and work with increasing independence as knowledge and experience are gained. Individuals employed as Police Cadets must be between the ages of 18 and 22 at the time of hire and be enrolled in an accredited two-year or four-year college/university within six (6) months of hire. To remain employed as a Police Cadet, the individual must be enrolled in minimum of 6 semester units (or equivalent) and maintain a grade point average (GPA) of 2.0 or better. Though the Police Cadet position is intended for current college students, an incumbent may continue to be employed in this position for up to 12 months after graduation from college. SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND EXERCISED Receives immediate supervision from sworn or civilian Police personnel. No supervision is exercised. SELECTION PROCESS Each component listed below must be passed in order to continue to the next phase. Completion of the selection process may take several months. Applicants will receive written notification of their current status in the selection process. 1. Written Exam - Pass/Fail 2. Oral Board Interview 4. Background Investigation and Polygraph Examination 5. Police Chief's Interview 6. Medical Examination (upon conditional offer of employment) Candidates successfully completing all components of the selection process will be placed on an employment eligibility list from which hires may be made. The eligible list is valid for one year. ***IMPORTANT*** A comprehensive background investigation and polygraph will be conducted on any eligible persons considered for hire. Recent drug usage, theft or other illegal activity may be grounds for disqualification. A pre-employment medical AND a drug screen will be conducted upon a conditional offer of employment. Examples of Duties • Learns, understands and applies applicable laws, ordinances, policies and procedures. • Provides technical assistance to the public at the front desk and over the telephone; evaluates and processes disturbance calls, complaints, and requests for police services; gathers information, records complaints, and prepares routine crime reports; directs callers to other departmental personnel or other agencies as appropriate • Prepares and processes a variety of reports, forms, citations, applications, and permits; types, compiles, and tabulates basic statistical and financial data; tracks status of cases and warrants; maintains related files and records • Prepares and issues parking citations to vehicles parked illegally; arranges for the towing and storage or impound of abandoned vehicles, illegally parked vehicles, vehicles with expired licenses, or vehicles in violation of other related laws and ordinances • Directs and controls traffic during special events and peak traffic conditions • Receives emergency and non-emergency telephone calls from the public for police, fire, or other services; communicates with callers to determine the nature of the call and provide appropriate assistance; maintains composure to ensure that complete and accurate information is transmitted to public safety and medical personnel • Receives, classifies, indexes and stores property and evidence seized and recovered by police personnel, including money, firearms, narcotics, stolen property, and hazardous materials • Assists with field investigations of crime scenes; protects crime scenes from contamination; takes photographs, and collects other related property and evidence; examines and processes evidence on scene and at the Police Department • Transports police vehicles to City Yard for service • Assists sworn and civilian personnel with essential non-emergency tasks Minimum Qualifications Education and/or Experience: Graduation from high school and enrollment in an accredited two-year or four-year college/university, within six (6) months of employment, in a field applicable to law enforcement. To remain employed as a Police Cadet, the individual must be enrolled in minimum of 6 semester units (or equivalent) and maintain a grade point average (GPA) of 2.0 or better. Knowledge of: • General functions of a law enforcement agency Skill to: • Operate standard office equipment, including a personal computer and related word processing, spreadsheet, and database software • Operate a motor vehicle safely under various conditions • Operate specialized equipment used in the area of assignment, including communications, photography, and recording equipment Ability to: • Accept supervisory authority and understand and follow oral and written instructions • Obtain, record, and retain complete and accurate information from diverse individuals, including those who are emotionally distraught, angry or difficult to understand • Maintain professionalism, courtesy, and composure at all times, including emergency and high-stress situations • Prepare and maintain accurate and precise written documents such as technical reports, records, and correspondence that may serve as evidence in court • Communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing, including making public presentations and composing detailed written reports • Interpret, explain, and apply pertinent laws, codes, ordinances, and regulations • Establish and maintain courteous and effective working relationships with staff, management, law enforcement officials, the general public, and others encountered in the course of the work • Evaluate situations, identify problems, and exercise sound independent judgment within established guidelines • Demonstrate tact, respect, and empathy to gain the cooperation and compliance of individuals and defuse conflicts Licenses and/or Certificates: Possession of a valid California Class C driver's license and an acceptable driving record. A valid California Law Enforcement Teletype Systems (CLETS) certificate is required within three (3) months of employment. Special Requirements: Satisfactory results from a background investigation, polygraph, physical examination (including a drug and alcohol test), and administrative screening. Required to work varying shifts which may include evenings, weekends, and holidays. Age: Must be between the ages of 18 and 22 upon date of hire. Individuals may continue to be employed as a Police Cadet up until reaching age 24 and for up to 12 months after graduation from college. Background: May not have any felony or serious misdemeanor convictions. Background investigation must confirm good moral character without a history of involvement in criminal activity or other unacceptable conduct. Physical: Must be physically capable of performing the duties of a Police Cadet, be in excellent physical condition, have weight in proportion to height, have normal hearing, have vision of at least 20/100 correctable to 20/20, and have normal color vision. Citizenship: Must be a United States citizen or a permanent resident alien who is eligible for and has applied for United States citizenship. In accordance with California State law, citizenship status must be conferred within three (3) years of applying for citizenship. Working Conditions & Physical Demands An employee in this classification works in both field and office settings. The employee is regularly required to sit; talk or hear, in person and by telephone; and use hands to handle, feel or operate objects, tools, or controls and reach with hands and arms. Position requires prolonged standing, walking, reaching, twisting, turning, kneeling, bending, squatting, and stooping in the performance of daily activities. The position requires the ability to exert a moderate amount of physical effort involved in lifting, carrying, or pushing property, evidence, tools, supplies and other materials typically weighing up to 50 pounds and to climb ladders, walls, fences, hillsides, or inclined surfaces to access crime scenes. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, far vision, color vision, and the ability to adjust focus to observe and recognize people, objects and environmental conditions during day and night. Employees may be exposed to heat, cold, precipitation, and humidity when working outside. Mental Demands: The incumbent is regularly required to use written and oral communication skills; read and interpret data, information and documents; analyze and solve complex problems; perform highly detailed work on multiple, concurrent tasks; and interact with staff, other law enforcement representatives, and the public. The employee may be subject to encounters with emotionally upset individuals and must remain calm and composed and exercise sound judgment in emergency situations. The employee works in a paramilitary environment with a highly structured chain-of-command system. Work Environment: The employee typically works in both field and office conditions. The employee frequently works outdoors and is exposed to variable weather conditions as well as road traffic. The noise level can occasionally be loud, above 85 decibels, when performing field duties on public streets. Frequent driving is required for traffic control monitoring and to respond to accident or crime scene sites. When working indoors, the employee works in office conditions with a noise level that is quiet or moderately quiet, at or below 85 decibels. The City of Tustin is an Equal Opportunity Employer. In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, the City will provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
City of Tustin, CA Tustin, CA, United States
Apr 03, 2019
Full Time
Description This recruitment is open to candidates who have worked as a 911 dispatcher within the last 2 years, or are currently enrolled in a POST Public Safety Dispatcher Academy or graduated from one in the last 6 months. This is conducted on a continuous basis to meet the needs of the City as vacancies occur. To be considered, a City application, supplemental questionnaire AND typing certification (35 nwpm) must be submitted. For typing certification requirements, CLICK HERE. Under moderate supervision, receives incoming calls for police and emergency assistance, dispatches necessary personnel and equipment, and monitors ongoing police activity to determine the need for additional resources. SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND EXERCISED Receives moderate supervision from the Police Communications Supervisor. Receives lead supervision from a Police Communications Lead. No supervision is exercised. SELECTION PROCESS: Each component listed below must be passed in order to continue to the next phase. Completion of the selection process may take up to six months. Applicants will receive written notification of their current status in the selection process. 1. Oral Panel Interview 2. Background Investigation and Polygraph Examination 3. Police Chief's Interview 4. Psychological and Medical Examinations (upon conditional offer of employment) Candidates successfully completing all components of the selection process will be placed on an employment eligibility list from which hires may be made. The eligible list is valid for one year. ***IMPORTANT*** A comprehensive background investigation and polygraph will be conducted on any eligible persons considered for hire. Recent drug usage, theft or other illegal activity may be grounds for disqualification. A pre-employment medical, psychological evaluation AND a drug screen will be conducted upon a conditional offer of employment. Examples of Duties • Receives emergency and non-emergency telephone calls from the public for police, fire, or other emergency services; determines the nature of the call and the resources necessary to respond • Monitors police radio communications; maintains contact with police units to track officer status and respond to need for additional resources; monitors various radio channels to keep abreast of county-wide police activities affecting the City and assist other county agencies with mutual aid • Prioritizes requests for police and other public safety services; determines availability and location of patrol units; transmits information and dispatches police personnel and equipment in response to calls; routes calls for fire and emergency medical assistance to the Orange County Fire Authority • Assists police personnel in the field by quickly and accurately researching and relaying criminal history information and other requested data • Communicates with callers to determine the nature of the call and provide appropriate assistance; maintains composure to ensure that complete and accurate information is transmitted to public safety and medical personnel • Screens non-emergency calls for service; provides requested information or directs callers to the proper person, department or agency • Updates and maintains electronic records and logs of data pertaining to calls and activities • Monitors video surveillance cameras and/or alarms for Police Department and City Hall facilities to identify suspicious activity Minimum Qualifications Education and/or Experience: Graduation from high school; and two (2) years of customer service experience involving considerable public contact. Must have worked as a 911 dispatcher within the last 2 years. Licenses and/or Certificates: A valid California Law Enforcement Teletype Systems (CLETS) certificate is required within three (3) months of employment. A certificate of completion from a California Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST) certified Public Safety Dispatchers' Basic Course is required within one (1) year of employment. Special Requirements: Satisfactory results from a background investigation, physical examination, and administrative screening. Required to work rotating shifts that are typically twelve and one-half (12 ½) hours per day and which include evenings, weekends, and/or holidays. May be required to adjust shift assignment and/or work mandatory overtime to ensure adequate staffing. Knowledge of: • Procedures and terminology used in public safety communications • Federal, state and local laws, codes, ordinances, and regulations governing public safety communications • Streets, landmarks, and geographic features within the City's service area • Public safety communications systems, including computer-aided dispatch (CAD) software, multi-line telephones, and two-way radios • Standard business software, including word processing, spreadsheet, and database programs • Principles and procedures of record keeping and reporting • Proper English usage, spelling, grammar and punctuation Skill to: • Operate various types of standard office equipment including personal computer and related software • Operate specialized public safety communications systems, including computer-aided dispatch (CAD) software, multi-line telephones and two-way radios Ability to: • Interpret and apply Federal, state and local laws, codes, ordinances, and regulations governing public safety communications • Read and interpret street maps • Effectively monitor, prioritize, and execute multiple tasks in a high stress, fluid work environment with officer and public safety at stake • Obtain and record complete and accurate information from individuals in emergency situations, including those who are emotionally distraught, angry or difficult to understand • Maintain professionalism, courtesy, and composure at all times, including emergency and high-stress situations • Demonstrate tact, respect, and empathy to gain the cooperation and compliance of individuals and defuse conflicts • Communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing • Understand and follow oral and written instructions • Evaluate situations, identify problems, and exercise sound independent judgment within established guidelines • Establish and maintain courteous and effective working relationships with those encountered in the course of the work • Type accurately at a speed of at least 35 net words per minute • Maintain confidentiality of sensitive information Working Conditions & Physical Demands The physical and mental demands described here are representative of those that must be met by employees to successfully perform the essential functions of this class. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Physical Demands: While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to sit; talk or hear, both in person and by telephone; use hands to finger, handle, feel or operate specialized telecommunications equipment and standard office equipment; and reach with hands and arms. The employee occasionally stands or walks and lifts and moves records and documents weighing up to 20 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, color vision, and the ability to adjust focus. Mental Demands: While performing the duties of this class, the incumbent is regularly required to use written and oral communication skills; read and interpret data, information and documents; analyze and solve complex problems; use math and mathematical reasoning; perform highly detailed work under changing, intensive deadlines, on multiple concurrent tasks; work with constant interruptions; interact with staff, law enforcement representatives, and the general public and remain calm when conveying and recalling information in emergency situations and dealing with emotionally upset individuals. The employee works in a paramilitary environment with a highly structured chain-of-command system. Work Environment: The employee works in office conditions with a noise level that is quiet or moderately quiet, at or below 85 decibels. The employee works alongside other employees in a confined, dimly lit area with limited freedom of movement outside of the work space. TYPING CERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS: This position requires a typing speed of 35 net words per minute. For typing certification requirements and instructions, please CLICK HERE . The City of Tustin is an Equal Opportunity Employer. In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, the City will provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
City of Tustin, CA Tustin, CA, United States
Apr 03, 2019
Full Time
Description This recruitment is open to candidates who have been employed as a Police Officer, and is conducted on a continuous basis to meet the needs of the City as vacancies occur. A completed City application and a copy of your POST certificate must be submitted to be considered. ***NOTE*** Newly hired sworn police employees will be enrolled in one of the City's CalPERS Safety plans for retirement benefits. Individuals who are considered "current members" of CalPERS as defined by the Public Employees' Pension Reform Act (PEPRA) of 2013 (e.g. enrolled in a CalPERS or reciprocal retirement plan within six months of start date) will be enrolled in the 2% at 50 plan; all other individuals will be enrolled in the 2.7% at 57 plan. Under general supervision, performs law enforcement and crime prevention work in the protection of life and property. Patrols assigned areas in a radio equipped patrol vehicle or on foot; answers calls for assistance from the public; makes arrests and issues citations for violations of laws or ordinances; investigates misdemeanors and felonies; secures and preserves crime scenes and evidence for further investigation; investigates traffic accidents; conducts interviews with victims, witnesses and suspects; testifies in court, often during off-duty hours; provides information to the general public; escorts and transports prisoners; prepares comprehensive reports; safeguards life and property; renders first aid to the injured in emergency situations and other related duties as assigned. Applicants must be available to work day, evening and late night/early morning shifts, weekends and holidays. Examples of Duties • Patrols, either in a vehicle or on foot, an assigned area during an assigned shift and looks for indicators of possible criminal activity or threats to life and property; answers calls for police services; enforces City, county, and state laws; makes field contacts and completes forms; may conduct both preliminary and follow-up investigations of disturbances, prowlers, burglaries, thefts, robberies, vehicle accidents, suspected homicides, and other criminal incidents • Responds to calls related to traffic incidents and other emergencies; observes, monitors, and controls routine and unusual traffic conditions; assists and advises motorists and enforces traffic safety laws • Makes arrests as necessary; serves warrants and subpoenas; conducts searches and seizures involving people, vehicles and structures; interviews victims, complainants, and witnesses; interrogates suspects; gathers and preserves evidence; receives, searches, and books prisoners; fingerprints and transports prisoners; testifies and presents evidence in court • Contacts and cooperates with other law enforcement agencies in matters relating to the investigation of crimes and the apprehension of offenders • Writes reports and field notes; participates in staff development; attends briefings and training sessions; performs routine maintenance on assigned patrol vehicle, firearms, and other equipment • Makes traffic stops and issues warnings, citations, or makes arrests as necessary; checks vehicles and observes vehicle occupants; investigates scenes of vehicle accidents, provides emergency medical care as necessary, directs traffic and arranges for clearing of the roadway, interviews drivers and witnesses and prepares reports; directs traffic during a fire, special event, and other emergency or congested situations • Assists the public and answers questions; administers first aid and responds to calls for medical assistance; establishes and maintains good relationships with the general public • As assigned, makes presentations before a variety of public groups to promote crime prevention activities and to enhance public understanding of Police Department activities; serves as liaison to neighborhood watch groups and schools • May conduct traffic control and security at parades and/or sporting events; takes information and writes reports; transports evidence; enforces parking regulations; may transport prisoners Minimum Qualifications Age : 21 years at time of appointment. License/Certificates: At time of appointment, candidate must possess a valid California Driver's License and a satisfactory driving record. Experience/Education: High school graduation or equivalent required. Candidates must have successfully completed an approved California Basic Police Academy. Must be currently employed as a Police Officer, or have been employed as a Police Officer within the last six months. College education is desirable. Skill in : Writing legibly using correct English sentence structure and grammar; driving a vehicle safely under varied and sometimes difficult conditions. Citizenship: Must be a United States citizen or a permanent resident alien who is eligible for and has applied for United States citizenship. In accordance with California State law, citizenship status must be conferred within three (3) years of applying for citizenship. Background/Character: Free from conviction of a felony or serious misdemeanor; demonstrates maturity, good judgment and ethical behavior; willing to perform non-traditional and innovative duties to improve the community, police relations and moral standards compatible with law enforcement. Physical: Must be in excellent physical condition; weight in proportion to height; normal hearing; vision 20/100 correctable to 20/20; normal color vision and physically capable of performing the duties of a Police Officer. Working Conditions & Physical Demands Position requires prolonged sitting, walking, reaching, twisting, and turning, kneeling, bending, squatting, and stooping in the performance of daily activities. The incumbent must also be able to lift, carry, drag, pull and push objects and persons weighing at least 165 pounds; stand for extended periods of time such as in guarding a crime scene; run for extended periods of time such as in foot pursuit of suspects; distinguish colors and observe and recognize people, vehicles and environmental conditions during the day and night; recall details concerning incidents, people and occurrences to write thorough, accurate and complete reports; hear radio transmissions in noisy environments such as in a busy intersection; maintain composure and good judgment while under stress. Incumbents are assigned to rotating work shifts, including holidays and weekends. SELECTION PROCESS: 1. Physical Agility 2. Oral Interview 3. Background Investigation and Polygraph Examination 4. Police Chief's Interview 5. Psychological and Medical Examinations (upon conditional offer of employment) Candidates successfully completing all components of the selection process will be placed on an employment eligibility list from which hires may be made. The eligible list is valid for one year. ***IMPORTANT*** A comprehensive background investigation and polygraph will be conducted on any eligible persons considered for hire. Recent drug usage, theft or other illegal activity may be grounds for disqualification. A pre-employment medical, psychological evaluation AND a drug screen will be conducted upon a conditional offer of employment. The City of Tustin is an Equal Opportunity Employer. In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, the City will provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
City of Tustin, CA Tustin, CA, United States
Apr 03, 2019
Full Time
Description This is an entry-level position in which new hires will be placed in a local, 6-month POST certified Police Academy paid for by the City. This recruitment is conducted on a continuous basis to meet the needs of the City as vacancies occur and may close at any time. THE DEPARTMENT : The City of Tustin Police Department operates under a community policing philosophy with approximately 96 sworn positions. The Department provides its officers opportunities to gain exposure to a wide variety of municipal police activities (Patrol Officer, Investigator, Field Training, K-9, Motors, Gang Reduction and Directed Enforcement, Professional Standards & Training and School Resources). Examples of Duties Successful candidates are appointed in a non-sworn capacity while attending a POST certified Basic Police Academy under the sponsorship of the City of Tustin Police Department. Curriculum includes coursework mandated by the California Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training and/or the local Police Academy Advisory Committee. After meeting all department, State mandated and academy requirements, including graduation from the Police Academy, incumbents are considered for promotion to the position of sworn Police Officer. Once appointed to a sworn Police Officer position, successful completion of the Department's field training requirements (approximately 6 months) within an 18-month probationary period is required. Sworn officers perform the full range of law enforcement duties. Minimum Qualifications • Age : Must be 21 years of age at time of appointment. • Education : High school graduate or equivalent. • Physical : Excellent physical condition. Must be physically capable of performing all tasks required of a Tustin Police Officer as determined by a physical agility test, medical examination and psychological evaluation. Normal hearing and color vision; vision 20/100 in each eye correctable to 20/20; weight proportional to height. • Citizenship : Must be a United States citizen or a permanent resident alien who is eligible for and has applied for United States citizenship. In accordance with California State law, citizenship status must be conferred within three years of applying for citizenship. • Background : Must be of good moral character with no convictions for a felony or crimes of moral turpitude and be able to pass a comprehensive background investigation. • License : At time of appointment, candidate must possess and maintain a valid California driver's license and satisfactory driving record. • Language : Must have fluent command of the English language in both oral and written form. Working Conditions & Physical Demands Position requires prolonged sitting, walking, reaching, twisting, and turning, kneeling, bending, squatting, and stooping in the performance of daily activities. The incumbent must also be able to lift, carry, drag, pull and push objects and persons weighing at least 165 pounds; stand for extended periods of time such as in guarding a crime scene; run for extended periods of time such as in foot pursuit of suspects; distinguish colors and observe and recognize people, vehicles and environmental conditions during the day and night; recall details concerning incidents, people and occurrences in order to write thorough, accurate and complete reports; hear radio transmissions in noisy environments such as in a busy intersection; maintain composure and good judgment while under stress. SELECTION PROCESS : Each component listed below must be passed in order to continue to the next phase. Completion of the selection process may take up to six months. Applicants will receive written notification of their current status in the selection process. 1. Written Exam - Pass/Fail 2. Physical Agility Exam - Pass/Fail 3. Oral Board Interview 4. Background Investigation and Polygraph Examination 5. Police Chief's Interview 6. Psychological and Medical Examinations (upon conditional offer of employment) Candidates successfully completing all components of the selection process will be placed on an employment eligibility list from which hires may be made. The eligible list is valid for one year. ***IMPORTANT*** A comprehensive background investigation and polygraph will be conducted on any eligible persons considered for hire. Recent drug usage, theft or other illegal activity may be grounds for disqualification. A pre-employment medical, psychological evaluation AND a drug screen will be conducted upon a conditional offer of employment. The City of Tustin is an Equal Opportunity Employer. In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, the City will provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
City of Tustin, CA Tustin, CA, United States
Apr 03, 2019
Part Time
Description A completed City application and a copy of your POST certificate must be submitted to be considered. This recruitment is conducted on a continuous basis to meet the needs of the City as vacancies occur. This is a part-time, at-will, non-benefitted position. Hours are limited to less than 1,000 hours per fiscal year. Under general supervision, performs law enforcement and crime prevention work in the protection of life and property; writes reports; performs related duties as required. CLASS CHARACTERISTICS: Level I incumbents may perform general law enforcement duties without immediate supervision; a Level I Reserve Officer is non-designated and has peace officer authority only for the duration of their specific assignment [830.6(a) (1) PC]. Examples of Duties • Patrols, either in a vehicle or on foot, an assigned area during an assigned shift and looks for indicators of possible criminal activity or threats to life and property; answers calls for police services; enforces City, county, and state laws; makes field contacts and completes forms; may conduct both preliminary and follow-up investigations of disturbances, prowlers, burglaries, thefts, robberies, vehicle accidents, suspected homicides, and other criminal incidents. • Transports prisoners and evidence as assigned. • Makes traffic stops and issues warnings or citations; checks vehicles and observes vehicle occupants; directs traffic and arranges for the clearing of roadways, interviews drivers and witnesses and prepares reports; directs traffic at fires, special events, and other emergency or congested situations. May conduct traffic control and security at parades and/or sporting events; responds to calls related to traffic incidents and other emergencies; observes, monitors, and controls routine and unusual traffic conditions; assists and advises motorists and enforces traffic safety laws; enforces parking regulations. • Takes information and writes reports and field notes; participates in staff development; attends briefings and training sessions; performs routine maintenance on assigned patrol vehicle, firearms, and other equipment. • Assists the public and answers questions; administers first aid and responds to calls for medical assistance; establishes and maintains good relationships with the general public. • Makes arrests as necessary; serves warrants and subpoenas; conducts searches and seizures involving people, vehicles and structures; interviews victims, complainants, and witnesses; interrogates suspects; investigates scenes of vehicle accidents; gathers and preserves evidence; receives, searches, fingerprints and books prisoners; testifies and presents evidence in court. • Contacts and cooperates with other law enforcement agencies in matters relating to the investigation of crimes and the apprehension of offenders. • As assigned, makes presentations before a variety of public groups to promote crime prevention activities and to enhance public understanding of Police Department activities; serves as liaison to neighborhood watch groups and schools. Minimum Qualifications Education and/or Experience: Level I (non-designated): Equivalent to graduation from high school; successful completion of a POST certified Basic Academy; college courses are highly desirable. Knowledge of: Working knowledge of modern practices and techniques of law enforcement, patrol, investigation, public relations, and report writing; Vehicle and Penal Codes; legal rights of citizens; court procedures. Have a working knowledge of laws of arrest, search and seizure procedures and the rules of evidence. Ability to: Ability to communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing; observe accurately and remember faces, numbers, incidents and places; establish and maintain effective relation¬ships with the community; use and care of firearms and small equipment; think and act quickly in emergencies, and judge situations and people accurately; learn, understand and interpret laws and regulations; prepare accurate and grammatically correct written reports; respond to emergency and problem situations in an effective manner; understand, explain and apply policies and procedures; make clear and concise radio transmissions; understand and follow verbal and written directions; deal constructively with conflict and develop effective resolutions; establish and maintain cooperative working relationships; meet the established physical requirements; meet Police Officer requirements contained in the California State Government Code. Age : 21 years at time of appointment. License/Certificates : At time of appointment, candidate must possess a valid California Driver's License and a satisfactory driving record. Citizenship : Must be a United States citizen or a permanent resident alien who is eligible for and has applied for United States citizenship. In accordance with California State law, citizenship status must be conferred within three (3) years of applying for citizenship. Background/Character : Free from conviction of a felony or serious misdemeanor; demonstrates maturity, good judgment and ethical behavior; willing to perform non-traditional and innovative duties to improve the community, police relations and moral standards compatible with law enforcement. Physical : Must be in excellent physical condition; weight in proportion to height; normal hearing; vision 20/100 correctable to 20/20; normal color vision and physically capable of performing the duties of a Police Officer. Working Conditions & Physical Demands Position requires prolonged sitting, walking, reaching, twisting, turning, kneeling, bending, squatting, and stooping in the performance of daily activities. The incumbent must also be able to lift, carry, drag, pull and push objects and persons weighing at least 165 pounds; stand for extended periods of time such as in guarding a crime scene; run for extended periods of time such as in foot pursuit of suspects; distinguish colors and observe and recognize people, vehicles and environmental conditions during the day and night; recall details concerning incidents, people and occurrences to write thorough, accurate and complete reports; hear radio transmissions in noisy environments such as in a busy intersection; maintain composure and good judgment while under stress. SELECTION PROCESS : 1. Physical Agility 2. Oral Interview 3. Background Investigation and Polygraph Examination 4. Police Chief's Interview 5. Psychological and Medical Examinations (upon conditional offer of employment) Candidates successfully completing all components of the selection process will be placed on an employment eligibility list from which hires may be made. The eligible list is valid for one year. ***IMPORTANT*** A comprehensive background investigation and polygraph will be conducted on any eligible persons considered for hire. Recent drug usage, theft or other illegal activity may be grounds for disqualification. A pre-employment medical, psychological evaluation AND a drug screen will be conducted upon a conditional offer of employment. The City of Tustin is an Equal Opportunity Employer. In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, the City will provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
City of Tustin, CA Tustin, CA, United States
Apr 03, 2019
Part Time
Description This recruitment is conducted on a continuous basis to meet the needs of the City as vacancies occur. This is a part-time, at-will, non-benefitted position. Hours are limited to less than 1,000 hours per fiscal year. Under immediate supervision, assists in the implementation and oversight of recreation and human services programs, activities, and special events for the community. CLASS CHARACTERISTICS: Recreation Leader I/II is a part-time classification responsible for assisting Recreation Coordinators and Recreation Program Assistants with a variety of specialized recreation programs, activities, and special events, including youth sports and activities, senior services, and youth and family services. Employees may be assigned to work year-round or seasonally and hours worked may vary significantly from week to week. SELECTION PROCESS: Application materials will be carefully reviewed to identify those candidates who meet the minimum qualifications for this position. Individuals who are best qualified will be invited to participate in a panel interview. Interviews will be scheduled on an as needed basis. All candidates who pass the panel interview will earn placement on the eligible list, which may be used for current and future vacancies in the job classification. Examples of Duties Duties may include, but are not limited to, the following : • Assists with the delivery of Parks and Recreation programs, services, and special events; provides support to staff and contract instructors • Leads, conducts, and oversees program activities including games, sports, crafts, dances, and luncheons • Explains and enforces facility regulations, policies, and procedures; positively represents the City in interactions with participants and the public • Assists with opening and closing facilities; assists with setting up and taking down furniture, materials, and equipment • Practices safe work methods and makes appropriate use of safety equipment as required; notifies supervisor of observed safety concerns, serious accidents or emergencies; may administer emergency first aid • Assists with registering participants in classes and sports programs and booking facilities for events; collects and processes fees; maintains files and records of transactions and schedules • Provides assistance to facility patrons and the general public; answers questions regarding facility usage and program, activity, and event specifics; responds to requests for human services needs and refers patrons to appropriate resources • Resolves program issues within established guidelines; makes suggestions for program improvements Recreation Leader II (positions requiring a Class B commercial driver's license) • Transports program participants by driving a commercial vehicle or passenger vehicle Minimum Qualifications A combination of education, experience, and training that has provided the necessary knowledge, skills, and abilities is required for entry into the classification. A typical combination includes : Education and/or Experience: Recreation Leader I : Graduation from high school. Current enrollment in college and paid or volunteer experience working with children or others in a recreational setting is highly desirable. Recreation Leader II : Graduation from high school; and one (1) year of experience as a Recreation Leader I. Licenses and/or Certificates : Recreation Leader I : Valid First Aid and CPR certificates are required within six (6) months of employment. Recreation Leader II : Valid First Aid and CPR certificates are required within six (6) months of employment. If assigned to transport passengers, a valid California Class B commercial driver's license and an acceptable driving record are required. Special Requirements : Must be at least eighteen (18) years of age by the first day of employment. Satisfactory results from a background investigation, physical examination and administrative screening. May be required to work extended or irregular hours which may include evenings, weekends, and holidays. Bilingual skills are desirable. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, & ABILITIES: Knowledge of: • Basic objectives, methods, and techniques of assigned recreation program area • Policies, procedures, and regulations pertaining to area of assignment • Principles and practices of workplace safety, including CPR and first aid Skill to: • Operate modern office equipment including a personal computer and related business software Ability to: • Learn, implement, and instruct activities of assigned program • Understand and adhere to program safety requirements and regulations • Act quickly, calmly, and accurately in emergency situations • Establish and maintain courteous, cooperative, and effective working relationships with staff, the general public, and others encountered in the course of work • Communicate clearly and effectively, both orally and in writing • Understand and carry out oral and written instructions • Prepare and maintain accurate and precise basic written records and forms • Exercise sound judgment and make logical decisions within established guidelines • Maintain professionalism and composure at all times, including stressful and difficult situations and handle disputes and complaints in a calm, courteous, and tactful manner Working Conditions & Physical Demands The physical and mental demands described here are representative of those that must be met by employees to successfully perform the essential functions of this class. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Physical Demands: While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to sit; talk or hear, both in person and by telephone; and handle, feel and reach objects with hands and arms. The employee frequently stands or walks and lifts and carries equipment and supplies weighing up to 40 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision and the ability to adjust focus. The employee is required to bend, stoop, kneel, reach, climb, and walk on uneven surfaces to participate in program activities. Mental Demands: While performing the duties of this class, the incumbent is regularly required to use written and oral communication skills; read and interpret data, information and documents; analyze and solve complex problems; work on multiple concurrent tasks; work with constant interruptions; and interact with staff, facility users, and the general public. Employees may be required to interact with upset individuals in the course of program activities or enforcing policies and procedures. WORK ENVIRONMENT The employee usually works both indoors and outdoors and the noise level varies from moderately quiet to noisy, depending upon program activities. Depending upon the program activities, employees may be exposed to paints, chemicals, and other fumes and infectious diseases when working with children or other special age groups. Employees frequently are required to work in outside weather conditions, including heat, cold, rain, moisture, and wind at various facilities and events, with exposure to dust, pollen, and vegetation as well as electrical and mechanical hazards. The City of Tustin is an Equal Opportunity Employer. In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, the City will provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
City of Tustin, CA Tustin, CA, United States
Apr 03, 2019
Part Time
Description This recruitment is conducted on a continuous basis to meet the needs of the City as vacancies occur and may close at any time. This is a part-time, at-will, non-benefitted position. Hours are limited to less than 1,000 hours per fiscal year. Under moderate supervision, assists in the organization, implementation, and supervision of recreation programs, activities, and special events for the community. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS: The Recreation Program Assistant is a part-time classification assigned to assist a Recreation Coordinator with a variety of specialized recreation programs, activities, and special events, including youth sports and activities, senior services, and youth and family services. The Recreation Program Assistant is distinguished from the Recreation Leader in that incumbents are expected to have specialized knowledge and experience in the assigned program area and take on a greater role in planning and overseeing assigned programs, activities, and special events. Employees may be assigned to work year-round or seasonally. SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND EXERCISED: Moderate supervision is provided by a Recreation Coordinator. Provides lead supervision to Recreation Leaders and volunteer staff. SELECTION PROCESS: Application materials will be carefully reviewed to identify those candidates who meet the minimum qualifications for this position. Individuals who are best qualified will be invited to participate in a panel interview. Interviews will be scheduled on an as needed basis. All candidates who pass the panel interview will earn placement on the eligible list, which may be used for current and future vacancies in the job classification. Examples of Duties Duties may include, but are not limited to, the following : • Assists a Recreation Coordinator with planning, developing, and organizing recreation programs and special events • Implements specific recreation activities such as dances, luncheons, games, and sporting events; plans event activities and assigns staff to required duties • Prepares promotional materials for scheduled events, including brochures, posters, advertisements, and flyers • Assists in monitoring the daily operations and activities of a recreation facility; monitors performance of Recreation Leader staff; ensures rules and procedures are followed by patrons • Prepares equipment, fields, and facilities for assigned activities • Assists with registering participants in classes and sports programs and booking facilities for events; collects and processes fees; maintains files and records of transactions and schedules • Provides assistance to facility patrons and the general public; answers questions regarding facility usage and program, activity, and event specifics; responds to requests for human services needs and refers patrons to appropriate resources • Evaluates assigned programs, activities, and special events; makes recommendations for improvements and new programs and services • Provides lead supervision to Recreation Leaders and volunteers; trains new employees on work procedures Minimum Qualifications A combination of education, experience, and training that has provided the necessary knowledge, skills, and abilities is required for entry into the classification. A typical combination includes : Education and/or Experience: Graduation from high school; and one (1) year of paid or volunteer recreation experience in the area of assignment. Knowledge of: • Basic objectives, methods, and techniques of assigned recreation program area • Policies, procedures, and regulations pertaining to area of assignment • Principles and practices of workplace safety, including CPR and first aid Skill to: • Operate modern office equipment including a personal computer and related business software Ability to: • Plan, implement, and instruct activities of assigned program • Establish and maintain courteous, cooperative, and effective working relationships with staff, the general public, and others encountered in the course of work • Communicate clearly and effectively, both orally and in writing • Understand and carry out oral and written instructions • Prepare and maintain accurate and precise written records, forms, and correspondence • Evaluate situations, identify problems, and exercise sound independent judgment within established guidelines • Maintain professionalism and composure at all times, including stressful and difficult situations and handle disputes and complaints in a calm, courteous, and tactful manner • Effectively handle multiple priorities and organize workload • Work independently and efficiently with a minimum amount of direct supervision Licenses and/or Certificates: Possession of a valid Class C California driver's license and an acceptable driving record. Valid First Aid and CPR certificates are required within six (6) months of employment. Special Requirements: Satisfactory results from a background investigation, physical examination and administrative screening. Occasionally required to work extended hours which may include evenings, weekends, and holidays. Bilingual skills are desirable. Working Conditions & Physical Demands The physical and mental demands described here are representative of those that must be met by employees to successfully perform the essential functions of this class. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Physical Demands: While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to sit; talk or hear, both in person and by telephone; use hands to handle, feel and reach with hands and arms. The employee frequently stands or walks and lifts and moves equipment and supplies weighing up to 30 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision and the ability to adjust focus. Mental Demands: While performing the duties of this class, the incumbent is regularly required to use written and oral communication skills; read and interpret data, information and documents; analyze and solve complex problems; work on multiple concurrent tasks; work with constant interruptions; and interact with staff, facility users, and the general public. Work Environment: The employee usually works both indoors and outdoors and the noise level varies from moderately quiet to noisy, depending upon program activities. Depending upon the program activities, employees may be exposed to paints and other fumes and infectious diseases when working with children or other special age groups. Employees frequently are required to work in outside weather conditions, including heat, cold, rain, moisture, and wind at various facilities and events. The City of Tustin is an Equal Opportunity Employer. In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, the City will provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities. Closing Date/Time: Continuous