The City of Laguna Beach was founded on June 29, 1927, and is a small town of
picturesque beaches, hiking trails, a walkable downtown, and summer art festivals.
Located in southwest Orange County, Laguna Beach occupies 8.84 square miles,
has a population of approximately 23,000 and welcomes six million visitors each
year.

The City provides a full range of services, including recreational activities, cultural
arts events, public works services, transit operations, community development,
administrative services, and police, fire, and marine safety protection.

Laguna Beach operates under a council-manager form of government. Policymaking
and legislative authority are vested in a five-person City Council. The City
Manager carries out the policies and ordinances of the City Council, oversees the
day-to-day operations of the City, and appoints department heads.

12 job(s) at City of Laguna Beach

CITY OF LAGUNA BEACH, CA Laguna Beach, CA, United States
Aug 13, 2022
Full Time
Description Join our Human Resources Team! The City of Laguna Beach is seeking enthusiastic, innovative and results oriented individual who will hit the ground running as a Senior Human Resources Analyst. This Senior Analyst will lead efforts in a variety of areas within Human Resources, including Risk Management, Worker's Comp, Leave Management and Employee Relations. This position may oversee other HR Team Members, developing division wide policies and procedures and implementing new systems, policies and procedures. The ideal candidate for this position will be an outgoing self-starter who can take initiative, build consensus, and form positive working relationships with employees, executive management team members, employee associations and vendors. The ability to work independently, multi-task, problem solve and identify creative solutions, in a fast-paced environment will be critical to success. This position reports to the Human Resources/Risk Manager. The current vacancy is for Risk Management, Employee Relations, and Disability and Leave Management. However, the eligibility list from this recruitment may be used to fill additional vacancies within the Human Resources Division. Your Role: The Senior Human Resources Analyst will primarily focus on performing the following: Plans, evaluates, and coordinates a comprehensive, city-wide risk management program. Identifies, monitors, and analyzes insured and uninsured risks and makes recommendations on appropriate types and levels of insurance. Participates in implementing a variety of human resources and employee relations programs and activities, including labor relations and collective bargaining agreements, employee performance management and progressive discipline. Assists the managers and employees on the interpretation and application of City policies and procedures related to employment laws and regulations; provides information and guidance on a variety of employment law changes. Manages the disability and leave of absence administration to ensure compliance with federal and state laws including Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA), California Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA), California Family Rights Act (CFRA), and Pregnancy Disability Leave (PDL). Consults with management and legal counsel to determine proper actions regarding claims, employee relations, discipline, and absence management. Assists with development of risk management, mitigation, employee relations and leave management policies, procedures and training programs for City employees, and conducts such training. Stays current on issues relating to Human Resources employment and risk management laws and practices through continuous learning opportunities and participation in professional HR organizations. Schedule: This is a regular full-time position, 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., Monday through Friday (with alternating Fridays off). A hybrid telecommuting schedule is available for this position. The schedule and hours are subject to change with reasonable advanced notice. Application Process: Applications will be screened carefully and selected applicants will be invited to undergo a Structured Panel Interview to evaluate their knowledge, skills and abilities. The appointing hiring authority will further review the job-related qualifications of applicants deemed eligible before making selection decisions. The selection process may be modified based on the needs of the City. Preemployment Process: A candidate selected for this position must successfully complete a thorough reference check and employment verification, Live Scan with the State Department of Justice, and a pre-employment medical exam including drug testing. In order to maintain a safe and healthy workplace, the City requires all employees who are not vaccinated for COVID-19 to submit to weekly COVID-19 testing. Employees who provide adequate proof of vaccination for COVID-19 to Human Resources are not required to undergo weekly testing. Examples of Duties Please see the Job Description for Senior Human Resources Analyst for a complete description of the position. Minimum Qualifications Education: A Bachelor's degree with major coursework in Human Resources, Public Administration, Business Administration or a related field. A Master's Degree is desirable. Experience: Four years of experience in a responsible journey-level technical or administrative capacity, which include responsibility for compiling and analyzing data, preparing reports, and making recommendations related to business processes and functions. Prior human resources experience in risk management, employee relations, or disability and leave management is highly desirable. License/Certificate Requirements: Due to the performance of some field duties, which may require the operation of a personal or City vehicle, a valid California Driver's license and an acceptable driving record are required. Professional designation by The Institutes (previously known as the Insurance Institute of America) as an Associate in Risk Management (ARM) or Associate in Risk Management for Public Entities (ARM-P) is desirable. Supplemental Information Knowledge of: Principles and practices of the technical subject matter of the area assigned (e.g., human resources, benefits, recruitment and selection, public administration, municipal functions, law enforcement, criminal justice, and/or crime analysis); methods and techniques of research, statistical analysis and report presentation; use and application of relevant laws and regulations governing the work assigned (e.g., Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, Fair Labor Standards Act, Uniform Crime Reporting guidelines, etc.); the scope and functions of municipal government; supervisory techniques; English grammar, vocabulary and composition; computer software and applications for word processing, spreadsheets (e.g., MS Office Suite), statistical analysis, department specific data retrieval systems (e.g., Human Resources Information Systems, Applicant Tracking Systems, Geographic Information Systems, etc.), web page browsing and incidental file management. Ability to: Communicate clearly and concisely, orally and in writing; properly interpret and make decisions in accordance with laws, regulations, and policies; supervise, train, and evaluate assigned staff; gather, analyze, evaluate, and draw meaning from qualitative and quantitative data, make recommendations, and prepare concise and informative reports; and/or presentations; exercise independent judgement to apply facts and principles for developing approaches and techniques to problem resolution; operate computers and other standard office peripheral equipment; maintain composure and good judgment while under stress; establish and maintain cooperative and effective relationships with legislative and administrative officials, other employees and the public. Physical, Mental and Environmental Working Conditions: The duties and responsibilities of this position are performed in an office environment and involve sitting, standing, and walking for prolonged or intermittent periods of time, and include reaching, bending, and twisting at the waist to perform desk work and operate general office equipment including a personal computer with keyboard for prolonged or intermittent periods of time. The operation of a personal computer requires finger and wrist dexterity and the ability to withstand exposure to vibration, pitch and glare from the computer. Employee must be able to safely lift and carry books, files and reports weighing up to 25 pounds. Must be able to lift files and reports from counter tops or file drawers. The employee must communicate effectively both verbally and in writing. Must be able to work cooperatively and effectively with others encountered during the course of duty. FLSA Designation: Exempt Laguna Beach: With seven miles of City beaches and towering hills with captivating Pacific views, Laguna Beach residents enjoy some of the most stunning landscape in Southern California. Laguna Beach hosts millions of visitors to its world famous arts festivals and beautiful beaches. Services provided to its resident population of approximately 24,000 include police, fire, marine safety, recreation, parks, public works, community development, parking, transit and animal control. The Department & Division: The Administrative Services Division is organized into four divisions: Human Resources, Finance, IT and Communications. This position would be under the Human Resources Division. The Human Resources Division provides internal support to all operating departments and external support to all prospective candidates. Responsibilities of the division include maintenance of personnel records for the City's employees. The division is also responsible for the recruitment, selection, hiring, and onboarding of all new employees. The division also manages employee training and development programs; administers the City's compensation, classification and employee benefits programs; oversees equal employment opportunity programs; ensures compliance with State and Federal employment mandates; manages employee leaves, provides guidance to staff, and coordinates employee safety and workers' compensation programs. The division also administers the City's Risk Management program, which acquires and maintains insurance for the City, assists with contract reviews, and maintains tort claims presented against the City. Closing Date/Time: 9/2/2022 5:00 PM Pacific
CITY OF LAGUNA BEACH, CA Laguna Beach, CA, United States
Aug 12, 2022
Part Time
Description Join our Human Resources Team! The City of Laguna Beach is seeking a savvy and enthusiastic Recruitment Superstar! This position is open on a continuous basis, and it will close when the needs of the Department are met. Apply early to receive first consideration! The Position: If you enjoy supporting internal customers, working in a fast-paced and high energy environment we need you on our team! This position will support full-cycle recruitment for a variety of positions that support the operations of the City of Laguna Beach. This is a temporary, full-time position that is expected to work through December 2022. This position will perform technical and analytical Human Resources functions in the areas of Recruitment and Selection, Classification and Compensation and general office administration. This position will primarily function in the area of Recruitment and Selection by conducting full-cycle recruitments from sourcing to selection and onboarding. Additionally, this position will conduct classification and compensation studies, create and evaluate job descriptions and respond to Public Records Requests. Schedule: The hours are 7:30 am to 5:30 pm, Monday through Friday (with alternating Fridays off). This position is eligible for a hybrid, half-time telecommuting schedule. The schedule and hours are subject to change with reasonable advanced notice. Ideal Competency Profile : Accountability & Reliability Attention to Detail Collaboration Critical Thinking Dealing with Ambiguity Effective Communication Initiative Innovation Resourcefulness & Problem solving Results Orientation Pre-employment Process: A candidate selected for this position must successfully complete a thorough reference check/employment verification, Live Scan and a pre-employment medical exam including drug testing. In order to maintain a safe and healthy workplace, the City requires all employees who are not vaccinated for COVID-19 to submit to weekly COVID-19 testing. Employees who provide adequate proof of vaccination for COVID-19 to Human Resources are not required to undergo weekly testing. Examples of Duties The following duties are normal for this position. These are not to be construed as exclusive or all-inclusive. Other duties may be required and assigned. Please see the position description for Human Resources Analyst for a complete description of the position. Minimum Qualifications Any combination demonstrating the ability to effectively and successfully perform the duties of the position is considered qualifying. A typical combination is as follows: Education: Bachelor's degree in human resources management or a related field. Experience: At least two years of relevant experience. License/Certificate Requirements: Due to the performance of some field duties, which may require the operation of a personal or City vehicle, a valid California Driver's license and an acceptable driving record are required. Supplemental Information Knowledge of: Principles and practices of the technical subject matter of the area assigned (e.g., human resources, benefits, recruitment and selection, public administration, and municipal functions); methods and techniques of research, statistical analysis and report presentation; use and application of relevant laws and regulations governing the work assigned (e.g., Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, and Fair Labor Standards Act); the scope and functions of municipal government; English grammar, vocabulary and composition; computer software and applications for word processing, spreadsheets (e.g., MS Office Suite), statistical analysis, department specific data retrieval systems (e.g., Human Resources Information Systems, Applicant Tracking Systems, etc.), web page browsing and incidental file management. Ability to: Communicate clearly and concisely, orally and in writing; properly interpret and make decisions in accordance with laws, regulations, and policies; lead, train, and evaluate assigned staff; gather, analyze, evaluate, and draw meaning from qualitative and quantitative data, make recommendations, and prepare concise and informative reports and/or presentations; exercise independent judgment to apply facts and principles for developing approaches and techniques to problem resolution; operate computers and other standard office peripheral equipment; maintain composure and good judgment while under stress; establish and maintain cooperative and effective relationships with legislative and administrative officials, other employees and the public. Physical, Mental and Environmental Working Conditions: The duties and responsibilities of this position are performed in an office environment and involve sitting, standing, and walking for prolonged or intermittent periods of time, and include reaching, bending, and twisting at the waist to perform desk work and operate general office equipment including a personal computer with keyboard for prolonged or intermittent periods of time. The operation of a personal computer requires finger and wrist dexterity and the ability to withstand exposure to vibration, pitch and glare from the computer. Employee must be able to safely lift and carry books, files and reports weighing up to 25 pounds. Must be able to lift files and reports from counter tops or file drawers. The employee must communicate effectively both verbally and in writing. Must be able to work cooperatively and effectively with others encountered during the course of duty. City of Laguna Beach: With seven miles of City beaches and towering hills with captivating Pacific views, Laguna Beach residents enjoy some of the most stunning landscapes in Southern California. The City of Laguna Beach hosts millions of visitors to its world-famous arts festivals and beautiful beaches. Services provided to its resident population of approximately 23,000 include police, fire, marine safety, recreation, parks, public works, community development, parking, transit and animal control. The Department & Division: The Administrative Services Division is organized into four divisions: Human Resources, Finance, IT and Communications. This position would be under the Human Resources Division. The Human Resources Division provides internal support to all operating departments and external support to all prospective candidates. Responsibilities of the division include maintenance of personnel records for the City's employees. The division is also responsible for the recruitment, selection, hiring, and onboarding of all new employees. The division also manages employee training and development programs; administers the City's compensation, classification and employee benefits programs; oversees equal employment opportunity programs; ensures compliance with State and Federal employment mandates; manages employee leaves, provides guidance to staff, and coordinates employee safety and workers' compensation programs. The division also administers the City's Risk Management program, which acquires and maintains insurance for the City, assists with contract reviews, and maintains tort claims presented against the City. Closing Date/Time:
CITY OF LAGUNA BEACH, CA Laguna Beach, CA, United States
Aug 02, 2022
Full Time
Description The City of Laguna Beach is seeking a skilled, detailed oriented individual to fill the positions of Building Inspector and Senior Building Inspector. Building Inspector $6,179 - $8,691 Monthly $74,148 - $104,292 Annually Senior Building Inspector $6,788 - $9,554 Monthly $81,456 - $114,648 Annually The Positions: Under general supervision, performs routine to complex inspections of buildings under construction and existing buildings for compliance with approved plans and adopted building codes; consults with property owners/contractors regarding compliance with codes and regulations; responds to questions and investigates complaints; prepares activity reports, inspection forms and correction notices; notifies builders of deviations from approved plans or adopted codes; may issue stop orders; provides code-related information to homeowners, contractors and designers; may perform other duties as required. Reports to/Supervises : Reports to the Building Official; senior level may supervise one or more building inspectors. Selection Process : Applications will be accepted until the filing deadline of Monday, August 22, 2022 at 5:00 p.m. P.S.T . Applications will be screened carefully and selected applicants will be invited to participate in the Structured Panel Interview. Additional job-related skills testing may be used to assess an applicant's ability to perform successfully in this position. The candidates who pass each component will be placed on an employment eligibility list. The appointing hiring authority will further review the job-related qualifications of those deemed eligible for hire before making selection decisions. Selected candidates must successfully pass a fingerprint check with the State Department of Justice, and a pre-placement physical including a drug test. Education and employment verification and reference check(s) will also be conducted. In order to maintain a safe and healthy workplace, the City requires all employees who are not vaccinated for COVID-19 to submit to weekly COVID-19 testing. Employees who provide adequate proof of vaccination for COVID-19 to Human Resources are not required to undergo weekly testing. The selection process indicated above may be modified based on the needs of the City. Applicants will be notified of any changes that may occur. Examples of Duties The following duties are normal for this position. These are not to be construed as exclusive or all-inclusive. Other duties may be required and assigned. Oversees and participates in the checking of plans for conformance with applicable codes and ordinances and the subsequent issuance of applicable construction permits Conducts field inspection of projects under construction Finalizes permits and subsequent issuance of use and occupancy permits as applicable Investigates complaints Notifies builders of deviations from approved plans or adopted codes Coordinates of fire prevention activities with the Fire Battalion Chief Reviews of applications filed with other departments and other divisions within the Community Development Department for conformance with applicable regulations Establishes priorities for plan checking and inspection programs Meets with architects and engineers Provides code-related information to homeowners, contractors, and designers Performs plan reviews of structures Provides code enforcement and may iss ue stop orders Performs other duties as required Minimum Qualifications Any combination demonstrating the ability to effectively and successfully perform the duties of the position is considered qualifying. A typical combination is as follows: Building Inspector: Education : Graduation from high school or equivalent; course work in building code and related subjects beyond high school is desirable. Experience : Construction inspection experience required; at least two (2) years of responsible municipal and building inspection preferred. License/Certificate Requirements : Due to the performance of some field duties, which may require the operation of a personal or City vehicle, a valid California Driver's license and an acceptable driving record are required. Certification by the International Code Council as a building inspector is required prior to completion of the probationary period, and is a condition of continued employment in this classification. Senior Building Inspector: Education : Equivalent to graduation from high school; course work in building code and related subjects beyond high school is required. Experience : At least five (5) years of experience as a municipal inspector is required; experience in building, plumbing, electrical and mechanical plan check is desirable. License/Certificate Requirements : Due to the performance of some field duties, which may require the operation of a personal or City vehicle, a valid California Driver's license and an acceptable driving record are required. Certification by the International Code Council as a building inspector is required prior to completion of the probationary period, and is a condition of continued employment in this classification. Certification by the International Code Council as a plan reviewer is desirable. Supplemental Information Knowledge of: Building and related codes including but not limited to; California Building Code, California Plumbing Code, California Mechanical Code, California Electric Code and other regulations relating to building, plumbing, heating, and electrical construction, energy conservation and disabled access is required Ability to: Understand and follow written and verbal directions; work independently as well as collaboratively with others in a teamwork environment; read and interpret building plans; and establish positive working relationships with citizens, City officials and staff; initiate and execute assignments with minimal supervision (senior level) Physical, Mental and Environmental Working Conditions : Physical demands require climbing up and down moderate to steep slopes as well as ladders to roofs of buildings under construction, bending, stooping and occasionally crawling into attics and under-floor spaces. Work is performed in a variety of environmental conditions; with exposure to temperature variations, noise, vibrations, fumes, odors and dust. Physical demands also require bending, stooping, standing, kneeling and walking over sometimes uneven terrain. Must be able to sit, reach, twist, lean, stand at counter, operate inspection related equipment, lift files and reports from counter tops or file drawers. Employee must be able to see and hear in normal range with or without correction, and communicate verbally and in writing. City of Laguna Beach: With seven miles of City beaches and towering hills with captivating Pacific views, Laguna Beach residents enjoy some of the most stunning landscapes in Southern California. The City of Laguna Beach hosts millions of visitors to its world-famous arts festivals and beautiful beaches. Services provided to its resident population of approximately 23,000 include police, fire, marine safety, recreation, parks, public works, community development, parking, transit and animal control. The Department/Division: The Community Development Department is organized into five divisions - Administration, Zoning, Building, Planning, and Code Enforcement. The Building Safety Division is responsible for the building safety standards for the design, construction, use, and occupancy of all buildings and structures within the City of Laguna Beach. Closing Date/Time: 8/22/2022 5:00 PM Pacific
CITY OF LAGUNA BEACH, CA Laguna Beach, CA, United States
Jul 28, 2022
Part Time
Description The City of Laguna Beach Public Works Department is seeking an enthusiastic individual, interested in working in the field of recycling and waste management. The Position: The Recycling Technician will work closely with the Department's Senior Public Works Analyst/Solid Waste Program Coordinator and perform a variety of duties in support of the City's recycling programs. The ideal candidate will have strong written and communication skills and customer service experience. Proficient use of personal computers, including Microsoft Office programs are desired. This position reports to the Senior Public Works Analyst/Solid Waste Program Coordinator. The incumbent in this position will generally work 24 hours per week, year around. Work hours may vary based on department need. Application/Selection Process : Applications will be accepted on a continuous basis until the needs of the City are met. There will be a first review of applications on Wednesday , August 10, 2022 . Selected applicants will be interviewed, and the appointing authority will review the job related qualifications of those deemed eligible for hire before making selection decisions. Pre-placement Process: A candidate selected for this position must successfully pass a live scan fingerprint check with the State Department of Justice. In order to maintain a safe and healthy workplace, the City requires all employees who are not vaccinated for COVID-19 to submit to weekly COVID-19 testing. Employees who provide adequate proof of vaccination for COVID-19 to Human Resources are not required to undergo weekly testing. Examples of Duties The following duties are normal for this position. These are not to be construed as exclusive or all-inclusive. Other duties may be required and assigned. Monitor the City's Construction and Demolition Recycling Program Prepare monthly reports, and respond to customer service requests and complaints Assist with monitoring compliance with recycling programs Maintain files, data entry and prepare reports Assist with recycling events held on Saturdays Assist with the development of recycling education and outreach materials Assist with department-wide functions and events, including phone operator duties Minimum Qualifications Any combination demonstrating the ability to perform the duties of the position effectively and successfully is considered qualifying. A typical combination is as follows: Education : A high school diploma or equivalent is required. Completion of, or current enrollment in a two-year community college program in Environmental Studies or a closely related field is desirable. Experience : Some experience in clerical/office work is required. Prior work experience in Environmental or Sustainability programs is desirable. License/Certificate Requirements : Due to the performance of some field duties, which may require the operation of a personal or City vehicle, a valid California Driver's license and an acceptable driving record are required. Supplemental Information Knowledge, Skills and Abilities : Must possess strong analytical skills and strong written and verbal communication skills and the ability to work independently and demonstrate initiative and creativity, exercise good reasoning and judgment, and proficiently use personal computers, including Microsoft Office programs. Ability to work with the public and co-workers in a friendly and courteous manner. Physical, Mental and Environmental Working Conditions: The duties and responsibilities of this position are performed in an office environment and involve sitting, standing, and walking for prolonged or intermittent periods of time, and include reaching, bending, and twisting at the waist to perform desk work and operate general office equipment including a personal computer with keyboard for prolonged or intermittent periods of time. The operation of a personal computer requires finger and wrist dexterity and the ability to withstand exposure to vibration, pitch and glare from the computer. Employee must be able to safely lift and carry books, files and reports weighing up to 25 pounds. Must be able to lift files and reports from counter tops or file drawers. An incumbent must communicate effectively both verbally and in writing. Must be able to work cooperatively and effectively with others encountered during the course of duty. The employee is expected to drive and inspect site locations and may be exposed to a variety of elements, including prolonged exposure to inclement weather, sun, dust and pollens. City of Laguna Beach: With seven miles of City beaches and towering hills with captivating Pacific views, Laguna Beach residents enjoy some of the most stunning landscapes in Southern California. The City of Laguna Beach hosts millions of visitors to its world-famous arts festivals and beautiful beaches. Services provided to its resident population of approximately 23,000 include police, fire, marine safety, recreation, parks, public works, community development, parking, transit and animal control. The Department & Division: The Mission of the Public Works Department is to preserve, maintain, and enhance the City's infrastructure and natural resources, and provide services and environmental stewardship for the benefits of Laguna Beach residents, businesses and visitors. The Department is organized into the following divisions: Engineering, Administration, Fleet Maintenance, Parks and Building Maintenance, Street Maintenance, Solid Waste , Parking Management and Operations, Traffic, Parking and Signs Maintenance, and Transit Services. Closing Date/Time:
CITY OF LAGUNA BEACH, CA Laguna Beach, CA, United States
Jun 11, 2022
Full Time
Description The City of Laguna Beach Police Department is seeking enthusiastic individuals who are passionate about a career in law enforcement to serve our beautiful seaside community! The Position: Under general supervision of a Police Corporal, Sergeant, or Watch Commander, Police Officers respond to calls, observe violations, and enforce public safety and traffic laws, regulations and ordinances. Hired at the first step of the salary range ( $6,740 monthly), recruits attend the academy, and assume non-sworn duties within the Laguna Beach Police Department. The police academy training is approximately six (6) months in length for the intensive format. This training is intense and requires a high degree of discipline. Recruits do not have police officer powers or authority. Upon graduation from the academy and approval by the department, recruits are appointed as probationary police officers and begin field training. Upon appointment, the monthly salary will be increased to the second step of the salary range ( $7,084 monthly) and incumbents will be enrolled in the P.E.R.S. safety retirement formula of 2.7% @ 57. During Academy Training: Hired at Step 1 ($6,740 monthly) Upon Academy Graduation: Increase to Step 2 ($7,084 monthly) The Application/Selection Process: Applications will be accepted on a continuous basis. Interested candidates must submit a completed online application in order to be considered. Applications will be screened carefully and qualified candidates will be invited to participate in the testing process which will include the following: The Police Entry Level Law Enforcement Test Battery Exam (PELLETB) P.O.S.T. Physical Agility Test (P.A.T.) Oral Panel Interview PELLETB Exam: Must obtain a minimum T-score of 50 PAT: Must complete the PAT with a minimum score of 384 points If you have participated in the PELLETB Exam with another agency within the last twelve months and you received a T-score of 50 or higher, you may be eligible to waive the exam. A copy of your T-score must be submitted before the date of testing in order to waive the exam. Only applicants with a total T-Score of 50 or higher may waive their PELLETB exam. The PAT cannot be waived. Those who successfully complete all three testing components will be placed on an eligibility list. The appointing authority will review all job-related qualifications of those deemed eligible for hire before making selection decisions. The selection process may be modified based on the needs of the city. Pre-placement Process: A pre-background interview will be scheduled upon successful completion of the panel interview stage. Candidates selected for this position must successfully complete a thorough background security investigation, polygraph examination, psychological screening, and pre-employment physical examination including a drug test. In order to maintain a safe and healthy workplace, the City requires all employees who are not vaccinated for COVID-19 to submit to weekly COVID-19 testing. Employees who provide adequate proof of vaccination for COVID-19 to Human Resources are not required to undergo weekly testing. Examples of Duties The following duties are normal for this position. These are not to be construed as exclusive or all-inclusive. Other duties may be required and assigned. Patrols assigned district by automobile, motorcycle/bicycle, ATV, or on foot in order to prevent and detect crime activity and enforce laws, regulations and ordinances Responds to radio communications, computer prompts or citizen requests and investigates reported disorders, observed violations, and related incidents Notes and reports traffic problems, abandoned or damaged vehicles, and other safety hazards Issues verbal warnings or written citations for parking, moving, and municipal violations Investigates traffic accidents and directs and controls the flow of traffic at the scene of accidents, signal failures, special events, natural and unnatural catastrophes in adverse weather conditions Investigates and prepares reports on complaints, accidents, offenses and damages to property; interviews witnesses and suspects Restores order and maintains peace at public gatherings or in conflict situations Collects and preserves physical evidence in accordance with department policy and laws Observes and reports conditions conducive to crime activity Provides information and assistance to the public in a respectful manner Pursues and apprehends suspects Makes arrests and advises suspects of rights Prepares crime and arrest reports and documents other situations such as traffic accidents and civil disputes Appears in Court to testify regarding arrests or other law enforcement activity and case evidence and civil cases Searches and transports prisoners Completes booking (e.g., digital camera, fingerprinting) Administers emergency first aid to injured or incapacitated persons until medical personnel are present Participates in classroom and field training exercises May perform the duties of Acting Police Sergeant or Field Training Officer as directed Treats Citizens, suspects and fellow employees with respect Other duties as assigned Minimum Qualifications Any combination demonstrating the ability to effectively and successfully perform the duties of the position is considered qualifying. A typical combination is as follows: Education: Graduation from high school or the equivalent is required. College coursework in criminal justice, administration of justice, or a related field is preferred. Experience: Some experience involving public contact work or the enforcement of public safety rules and policies is preferred. License/Certificate Requirements: Must obtain a valid California Class C or Class 3 driver's license and provide evidence of an acceptable driving record; must be a US Citizen. Supplemental Information Ability to: Operate a police motor vehicle skillfully and safely. Use firearms and other weapons. Read and interpret State Motor Vehicle Codes and traffic safety laws and local ordinances. Accurately recall the circumstances under which criminal, civil or traffic violations occurred for testimony purposes. Obtain knowledge of City geography, street layouts and traffic and crime patterns. Read and interpret maps to determine locations of calls. Work effectively in team response situations. Exercise tact and diplomacy in maintaining self-control in provocative or confrontational situations. Communicate clearly and concisely in conveying commands. Operate two-way radio following proper communications procedures. Maintain alertness and concentration in emergency situations. Accurately recall names, faces and details regarding crime incidents. Follow proper safety rules and procedures. Work under variable weather conditions. Properly use tools to gain access to buildings. Communicate and work cooperatively with co-workers, supervision, and public and private representatives. Relate effectively with persons from diverse social, ethnic, political, racial and ethnic backgrounds and age groups. Understand and carry out oral or written commands and instructions. Complete clear and accurate police reports and work activity records. May operate an audio or video recorder during field enforcement work. Operate computers. Operate and make independent decisions without direct supervision. Make decisions without undue delay in emergency situations. Thoroughly investigate field assignments as reflected in complete reports. City of Laguna Beach: With seven miles of City beaches and towering hills with captivating Pacific views, Laguna Beach residents enjoy some of the most stunning landscapes in Southern California. The City of Laguna Beach hosts millions of visitors to its world-famous arts festivals and beautiful beaches. Services provided to its resident population of approximately 23,000 include police, fire, marine safety, recreation, parks, public works, community development, parking, transit and animal control. The Department: The Police Department is organized into three divisions (Support and Investigative Services, Field Services, and Professional Services), and provides general law enforcement services, including animal control. The department augments its services with the assistance of reserve officers, community volunteers representing our various volunteer groups such as COPs, CERT, and the Animal Shelter, police explorers, and Police Cadet and Beach Patrol positions during the summer months. Closing Date/Time:
CITY OF LAGUNA BEACH, CA Laguna Beach, CA, United States
Jun 04, 2022
Full Time
Description The Position: Under general supervision of a Police Corporal, Sergeant, or Watch Commander, performs in an assigned area of responsibility, responds to calls, observes violations, and enforces public safety and traffic laws, regulations and ordinances; performs crime prevention and investigation work to protect life and property; discusses problems, complaints and violations with citizens, residents and visitors; testifies in court hearings; assists other officers and performs special detail work as needed; and does other work as assigned. Solves community related problems and prepares comprehensive written and dictated reports. All A cademy Graduates spend their initial probationary year in field training. The Application/Selection Process: Applications will be accepted on a continuous basis. Interested candidates must submit a completed online application in order to be considered. Applications will be screened carefully and selected candidates will be invited to participate in the testing process which will include the following: Physical Agility Test (P.A.T.) Oral Panel Interview Candidates must successfully complete the P.A.T. with a score of 384 points or higher to be eligible for invitation to the Oral Panel Interview. Those who successfully complete both testing components will be placed on an eligibility list. A pre-background interview will be scheduled upon successful completion of the panel interview stage. The appointing authority will review all job-related qualifications of those deemed eligible for hire before making selection decisions. The selection process may be modified based on the needs of the city. Candidates selected for this position must successfully complete a thorough background security investigation, polygraph examination, psychological screening, and pre-employment physical examination including a drug test. In order to maintain a safe and healthy workplace, the City requires all employees who are not vaccinated for COVID-19 to submit to weekly COVID-19 testing. Employees who provide adequate proof of vaccination for COVID-19 to Human Resources are not required to undergo weekly testing. Examples of Duties Responds quickly and correctly in emergency situations and makes field decisions in accordance with departmental policies and procedures in any given law enforcement assignment. Patrols assigned district by automobile, motorcycle/bicycle, ATV, or on foot in order to prevent and detect crime activity and enforce laws, regulations and ordinances. Responds to radio communications, computer prompts or citizen requests and investigates reported disorders, observed violations, and related incidents. Notes and reports traffic problems, abandoned or damaged vehicles, and other safety hazards. Issues verbal warnings or written citations for parking, moving, and municipal violations. Investigates traffic accidents and directs and controls the flow of traffic at the scene of accidents, signal failures, special events, natural and unnatural catastrophes in adverse weather conditions. Investigates and prepares reports on complaints, accidents, offenses and damages to property; interviews witnesses and suspects. Restores order and maintains peace at public gatherings or in conflict situations. Collects and preserves physical evidence in accordance with department policy and laws. Observes and reports conditions conducive to crime activity. Provides information and assistance to the public in a respectful manner. Pursues and apprehends suspects. Makes arrests and advises suspects of rights. Prepares crime and arrest reports and documents other situations such as traffic accidents and civil disputes. Appears in Court to testify regarding arrests or other law enforcement activity and case evidence and civil cases. Searches and transports prisoners. Completes booking (e.g., digital camera, fingerprinting). Administers emergency first aid to injured or incapacitated persons until medical personnel are present. Participates in classroom and field training exercises. May perform other duties as assigned. Minimum Qualifications LATERAL: Education : Graduation from high school or equivalent, supplemented by completion of the police academy. Experience : Must be a current sworn peace officer in the State of California including the completion of a probationary period with acceptable performance. License Requirements : The incumbent must obtain a valid Class C or Class 3 California driver's license and provide evidence of an acceptable driving record. May be required to obtain a Class 4 or Class D license following hire, depending upon position assignment as a Motor Officer. ACADEMY GRADUATE: Education : Graduation from high school or the equivalent, supplemented by completion of the police academy. You MUST ensure that you have attached proof of completion to your application. Experience : Some experience, on-the-job training and college course work in police science, preferably involving public contact work and the enforcement of public safety rules and policies. License Requirements : M ust obtain a valid Class C or Class 3 California driver's license and provide evidence of an acceptable driving record; may be required to obtain a Class 4 or Class D license following hire, depending upon position assignment as a Motor Officer. In reference to California Assembly Bill 89, the minimum qualifying age for specified peace officers in California will increase from 18 years to 21 years of age effective January 1, 2022. Therefore , we require that any candidates selected for hire be at least 21 years of age or older at the time of hire. Any candidates under the age of 21 may be considered for hire once they meet the age requirement for the position , provided that they are on an active eligibility list. Supplemental Information Knowledge of: Laws from the California Penal Code, Business and Professions Code, Health & Safety Code State motor vehicle codes, traffic safety regulations and municipal ordinances Police science principles Police department policies, practices and procedures Theories of human behavior Federal and state laws, statutes, local ordinances and Court decisions governing arrest and custody of prisoners, search and seizure, rules of evidence, and privacy rights First aid techniques Safety rules and procedures Criminal investigation, crime prevention principles and techniques Self defense methods and physical restraint techniques Radio codes and communications procedures Disease control methods and techniques Community related problem-solving techniques Ability to: Operate a police motor vehicle skillfully and safely Use firearms and other weapons Read and interpret State Motor Vehicle Codes and traffic safety laws and local ordinances Accurately recall the circumstances under which criminal, civil or traffic violations occurred for testimony purposes Obtain knowledge of City geography, street layouts and traffic and crime patterns Read and interpret maps to determine locations of calls Work effectively in team response situations Exercise tact and diplomacy in maintaining self-control in provocative or confrontational situations Communicate clearly and concisely in conveying commands Operate two-way radio following proper communications procedures Maintain alertness and concentration in emergency situations Accurately recall names, faces and details regarding crime incidents Follow proper safety rules and procedures Work under variable weather conditions Properly use tools to gain access to buildings Communicate and work cooperatively with co-workers, supervision, and public and private representatives Relate effectively with persons from diverse social, ethnic, political, racial and ethnic backgrounds and age groups Understand and carry out oral or written commands and instructions Complete clear and accurate police reports and work activity records May operate an audio or video recorder during field enforcement work Operate computers Operate and make independent decisions without direct supervision Make decisions without undue delay in emergency situations Thoroughly investigate field assignments as reflected in complete reports City of Laguna Beach: With seven miles of City beaches and towering hills with captivating Pacific views, Laguna Beach residents enjoy some of the most stunning landscapes in Southern California. The City of Laguna Beach hosts millions of visitors to its world-famous arts festivals and beautiful beaches. Services provided to its resident population of approximately 23,000 include police, fire, marine safety, recreation, parks, public works, community development, parking, transit and animal control. The Department: The Police Department is organized into three divisions (Support and Investigative Services, Field Services, and Professional Services), and provides general law enforcement services, including animal control. The department augments its services with the assistance of reserve officers, community volunteers representing our various volunteer groups such as COPs, CERT, and the Animal Shelter, police explorers, and Police Cadet and Beach Patrol positions during the summer months. Closing Date/Time:
CITY OF LAGUNA BEACH, CA Laguna Beach, CA, United States
Jun 04, 2022
Part Time
Description The City of Laguna Beach is now looking to hire enthusiastic candidates for the position of Senior Pool Lifeguard and Pool Lifeguard! Pool Lifeguard $15.00 - $16.55 Hourly Senior Pool Lifeguard $15.71 - $18.20 Hourly This recruitment is open on a continuous basis until a sufficient number of qualified applications have been received. The next application review date is Friday, April 1, 2022 . The eligibility list from this recruitment may be used to fill similar or lower level positions throughout the Recreation Division and the City. The hours for this position are as follows: Summer Hours: 6:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m. Off Season Hours: 6:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. - 9 p.m. Ability to work a weekday schedule and evenings is strongly preferred. The Position: Under the direction of the Recreation Coordinator, Pool Lifeguards instruct swim classes, enforce pool rules and regulations during recreational swim periods, enforce rules of safety, prevent accidents, perform rescues of persons in distress, and perform facility clean-up and maintenance at the Laguna Beach High School pool facility. Also performs related duties as assigned by the Recreation Coordinator. The Application/Selection Process: Applications will be accepted on a continuous basis until a sufficient number of applications have been received. Interested candidates must submit a completed online application in order to be considered. Applications will be screened carefully and selected candidates will undergo an oral interview. The appointing hiring authority will further review the job-related qualifications of those deemed eligible for hire before making selection decisions. Candidates selected for hire who are under the age of 18 must have a work permit (see link below). A work permit is not needed to participate in the interview or swim test. Work Permit A candidate selected for this position must successfully complete a police background check and a live-scan fingerprint check with the State Department of Justice. In order to maintain a safe and healthy workplace, the City requires all employees who are not vaccinated for COVID-19 to submit to weekly COVID-19 testing. Employees who provide adequate proof of vaccination for COVID-19 to Human Resources are not required to undergo weekly testing. Examples of Duties Performs duties of lifeguarding at the pool Supervises and assists with instructional programs Performs facility clean up and maintenance Performs locker room supervision Maintains records and licenses for learn-to-swim program Plans and conducts trainings Assists Recreation Coordinator with planning and implementing programs, special events, etc. Performs customer services and assists with recreation class registration Collects fees, sells pool passes and maintains related records Other duties as assigned to assist the supervisor or other facility personnel Minimum Qualifications POOL LIFEGUARD: Qualified applicants must be at least 15 years of age. Applicants under the age of 18 must have a work permit. License/Certificate Requirements: A current American Red Cross Certification in Lifeguarding is required. Experience: Experience as a pool lifeguard/swim instructor, advanced swimming ability, and prior public contact work experience including working with children is desirable. SENIOR POOL LIFEGUARD: Qualified applicants will be at least 18 years of age. License/Certificate Requirements: A current American Red Cross Lifeguard Certification is required. A Water Safety Instructor Certification is desirable. Recertification training is available; however, it is preferred that all certifications be current. Experience: A minimum of one summer season, or the equivalent, as a pool lifeguard/swim instructor is required. Advanced swimming ability, public contact work experience, including working with children is also required. Supplemental Information Knowledge of: Principles and techniques of preventative lifeguarding, water rescues, first aid and CPR Advanced and basic swimming strokes Methods and procedures of swimming pool operations Effective teaching techniques and practices Courteous, helpful and appropriate customer service techniques Ability to: Swim with proficiency and endurance Analyze situations and adopt a quick, effective course of action Explain and enforce facility regulations, policies and procedures while positively representing the City in interactions with the public Follow specific instructions and respond to simple and complex requests Classify, compute and tabulate data and information, following a prescribed plan and requiring the exercise of some judgment Compare, count, differentiate, measure and/or sort data and information Communicate effectively and work cooperatively with Community Services personnel, customers/clients, volunteers, vendor representatives, school personnel, children, parents and the general public Apply functional reasoning in performing semi-routine functions involving standardized work with some choice of action Exercise the judgment, decisiveness and creativity required in situations involving a variety of pre-defined duties subject to frequent change Perform lifesaving and rescue activities, including administering CPR and first aid Act quickly calmly and appropriately in emergency situations Add, subtract, multiply and divide and to calculate percentages, fractions and decimals Maintain group and individual discipline Work independently and as part of an overall team Compile written reports to document rescues, injuries, maintenance, water quality, and other incidents as required Work on multiple concurrent tasks and/or with constant interruptions or distractions Laguna Beach: With seven miles of City beaches and towering hills with captivating Pacific views, Laguna Beach residents enjoy some of the most stunning landscapes in Southern California. Laguna Beach hosts millions of visitors to its world famous arts festivals and beautiful beaches. Services provided to its resident population of approximately 24,000 include Police, Fire, Marine Safety, Recreation, Parks, Public Works, Community Development, Parking, Transit and Animal Control. Closing Date/Time:
CITY OF LAGUNA BEACH, CA Laguna Beach, CA, United States
Jun 04, 2022
Part Time
Description This recruitment is open on a continuous basis and will close when the needs of the City are met. Apply early to receive first consideration! The Position: Under the supervision of the Jail Supervisor (non-sworn) and designated sworn personnel, the Jailer works within the jail facility monitoring inmates, controlling entry and exit to jail facilities, handling inmate processing, and maintaining order in the jail. This position also performs cell searches for drugs and other contraband, and inspects the facility for cleanliness. The Jailer also assists with other departmental office and support work and other related duties as assigned. Incumbents must be available to work a varied shift schedule that will include weekends, late nights, and holidays. The Application/Selection Process: All interested candidates must submit a completed online application. Applications will be screened carefully and selected candidates will be invited to a Department interview. The appointing hiring authority will further review the job-related qualifications of those deemed eligible for hire before making selection decisions. A candidate selected for this position must successfully complete a background security investigation, polygraph examination, psychological exam, and pre-employment physical examination including a drug test. In order to maintain a safe and healthy workplace, the City requires all employees who are not vaccinated for COVID-19 to submit to weekly COVID-19 testing. Employees who provide adequate proof of vaccination for COVID-19 to Human Resources are not required to undergo weekly testing. Examples of Duties Employees in this position maintain effective, cooperative working relationships with those contacted in the performance of duties, including the general public. Additionally, employees must exercise effective judgment and initiative as needed. This is non-sworn position. Positions in this class are distinguished by the need to exercise independent judgment and initiative while under the direct and/or functional supervision of designated sworn personnel, in performing duties within specific functional areas of responsibility in a detention facility. Examples of duties include, but are not necessarily limited to: 1. Assisting in supervising the conduct of inmates in a variety of custody situations within a jail facility. 2. Monitoring of inmates on a rigid time line. 3. Processing inmates (completing multiple forms by hand or computer). 4. Assisting in performing administrative and operational duties such as maintaining logs and records, hourly check logs, preparing reports or memorandums, and other record keeping as directed. 5. Ensuring the maintenance of order, security, and compliance with administrative regulations, judicial rulings, Department Policy & Procedures, and Rules & Regulations. 6. Operating a computer terminal to obtain criminal history information including warrants, or other holds, and updating classification or housing information as necessary. 7. Conducting interviews with inmates. 8. Securing inmate property and monies, as necessary, in compliance with Departmental Policy and Procedures. 9. Responding to public inquiries regarding inmates. 10. Enforcing jail rules. 11. Preparing written reports. 12. Conducting Title 15 visual compliance checks within jail facility. 13. Train newly hired part-time jailers on jail operations and procedures. 14. Provide daily, operational leadership to lower level staff, directing work as needed. Other Ancillary Duties: 1. Directing traffic. 2. Conducting lockups of public facilities. 3. Enforcing municipal code violations. 4. Patrolling assigned areas for parking and municipal code violations. 5. Issuing citations for municipal code violations. 6. Impounding animals at the City Animal Shelter. 7. Transporting prisoners. 8. Duties as listed in the City of Laguna Beach Police Cadet job description. 9. Other related duties as necessary to assist police personnel. Minimum Qualifications Education: Graduation from high school or the equivalent. Incumbent must be at least 18 years of age by the time of appointment. Related college level coursework, and formal training and/or certification in the field of jail operations is highly desirable. Experience: A minimum of one year of experience working in a related capacity in a law enforcement agency, including strong public contact work is required. License/Certificate Requirements: Due to the performance of field duties, which requires the operation of a City vehicle, a valid California Driver's license and an acceptable driving record are required. Completion of a jailer training academy or a similar training is highly desirable. If not already completed, incumbents will be required to successfully complete the Orange County Sheriff-Coroner Department's Jailer Training Academy, or training of a similar nature. Completion will be required by the end of the twelve-month probationary period. Supplemental Information Knowledge of : Police department policies, practices and procedures; federal and state laws, statutes, and local ordinances and court decisions governing arrest and custody of prisoners, search and seizure, rules of evidence, and privacy rights; safety rules and procedures, self-defense methods and physical restraint techniques. Knowledge of general office procedures and equipment operation is also required. Ability to: Read, understand and clearly instruct inmates and the general public on regulations and procedures; operate a motor vehicle and/or pick-up truck in the performance of duties; work cooperatively and effectively with those contacted in the performance of duties; work effectively with minimal supervision as a team member with co-workers, exercise initiative and effective judgment in handling problems which may arise in the field; and ask for and accept assistance as needed from experienced LBPD staff members; maintain accurate records, files and/or inventories; summarize records in report format; maintain effective security and safety controls; communicate orally and prepare thorough, clear and concise reports; utilize various management information systems and automation tools and electronic communications via desktop computer systems and computer networks; make decisions on effective courses of action in emergency situations. Skills: Must possess effective public relations skills, conflict resolution skills and techniques, general office skills. Laguna Beach: With seven miles of City beaches and towering hills with captivating Pacific views, Laguna Beach residents enjoy some of the most stunning landscapes in Southern California. The City of Laguna Beach hosts millions of visitors to its world-famous arts festivals and beautiful beaches. Services provided to its resident population of approximately 24,000 include police, fire, marine safety, recreation, parks, public works, community development, parking, transit and animal control. The Department: The Police Department is organized into three divisions (Support and Investigative Services, Field Services, and Professional Services), and provides general law enforcement services, including animal control. The department augments its services with the assistance of reserve officers, community volunteers representing our various volunteer groups such as COPs, CERT, and the Animal Shelter, police explorers, and Police Cadet and Beach Patrol positions during the summer months. Closing Date/Time:
CITY OF LAGUNA BEACH, CA Laguna Beach, CA, United States
Jun 04, 2022
Part Time
Description This recruitment is open on a continuous basis and will close when the needs of the City are met. This recruitment will be used to fill any Maintenance Aide Part-Time (Laborer IV Part-Time) positions that may occur throughout the City. City of Laguna Beach: With seven miles of City beaches and towering hills with captivating Pacific views, Laguna Beach residents enjoy some of the most stunning landscapes in Southern California. The City of Laguna Beach hosts millions of visitors to its world-famous arts festivals and beautiful beaches. Services provided to its resident population of approximately 23,000 include police, fire, marine safety, recreation, parks, public works, community development, parking, transit and animal control. The Department & Division: The Mission of the Public Works Department is to preserve, maintain, and enhance the City's infrastructure and natural resources, and provide services and environmental stewardship for the benefits of Laguna Beach residents, businesses and visitors. The Department is organized into the following divisions: Engineering and Administration, Fleet Maintenance, Parks and Buildings Maintenance , Landscape Maintenance and Urban Forestry Division, Street Maintenance, Utility Undergrounding, Solid Waste, Parking Management and Operations, Traffic, Parking and Signs Maintenance, and Transit Services. The Position: Under supervision, the Maintenance Aide Part-Time (Laborer IV Part-Time) performs a variety of maintenance tasks for the Public Works Department in one of the following divisions: Parks & Buildings, Landscape Maintenance, Streets, Transit, or Fleet Maintenance. Appointment may be made at either level depending on qualifications. Reports to/Supervises: Reports to the Division Manager or the assigned designee. Selection Process : Applications will be screened carefully, and selected applicants will be invited to participate in a Department Interview. Based on the City's needs, the selection process may be modified. Candidates will be notified via e-mail of any changes in the selection process. Pre-Placement Process : Selected candidates must successfully pass a police background check with the Laguna Beach Police Department, which includes a fingerprint check with the State Department of Justice, and a pre-placement physical including a drug test. Education and employment verification and reference check(s) may also be conducted. In order to maintain a safe and healthy workplace, the City requires all employees who are not vaccinated for COVID-19 to submit to weekly COVID-19 testing. Employees who provide adequate proof of vaccination for COVID-19 to Human Resources are not required to undergo weekly testing. Examples of Duties Performs assigned laboring jobs, which vary depending on the department to which assigned and which include, but are not necessarily limited to: Building & Facilities Maintenance - Assists in the maintenance of public buildings and facilities. Work includes performing custodial duties, cleaning of public restrooms and park facilities, graffiti removal, litter removal, emptying trash and recycling receptacles, and furniture moving. Assists maintenance crews with various building maintenance tasks such as drywall, patching, painting, electrical repairs, inspections, and other duties as assigned. Landscape Maintenance and Urban Forestry - Assists in the maintenance of parks, athletic fields, streetscapes, trees, plantings, turf, hardscapes, irrigation systems, and recreation play areas. Work includes planting, watering, weeding, trimming, and fertilizing shrubs, trees, and flowerbeds. Maintains and prepares athletic fields. Fleet Maintenance - Assist Equipment Mechanics to inspect, diagnose, and locate mechanical difficulties in City automobiles, trucks, and a variety of diesel, gasoline, and propane powered maintenance and construction equipment. Lubricates vehicles; changes oil, filters and tires; repairs tires and balances wheels. Inspects hydraulic and air brakes; replaces worn linings and disc pads. Streets Maintenance - Clean up litter and debris from parking lots, walkways, ditches, alleys, streets, beach areas, and storm drains. Perform general sidewalk and street maintenance such as sidewalk grinding or pothole patching. Pick up and transport trash to the appropriate dumping site; may be assigned to a litter control crew that maintains the business district sidewalks, parking lots and planters by raking, sweeping, washing, and cleaning. Regardless of the division assignment, the incumbent works a variable schedule to meet departmental needs and performs related duties as assigned. The position may be rotated among departmental divisions. Minimum Qualifications Any combination demonstrating the ability to effectively an successfully perform the duties of the position is considered qualifying. A typical combination is as follows: Education: Graduation from high school or equivalent. Experience: Minimum of one (1) year general maintenance, construction or repair work experience. Experience in driving larger vehicles is desirable, as is basic knowledge of simple hand tools and basic mechanical skills. License/Certificate Requirements: A valid California Driver's license and an acceptable driving record are required. A valid California Class B Driver's license is desirable. Must be at least 17 years of age to be hired as a Laborer III and at least 18 years of age for Laborer IV. Supplemental Information Knowledge of: Principles relating to safe work practices and equipment maintenance; occupational hazards and safety precautions; proper use of tools and procedures used in repair and maintenance of City equipment. Ability to: Learn methods and terminology specific to work assigned; operate and use tools specific to work assigned; understand and follow verbal and written direction; work scheduled hours as assigned, including weekends, holidays, days and evenings; work independently and productively; maintain simple records; work cooperatively and maintain professional relationships with co-workers and the public; lift and transport items weighing up to 50 pounds; clean and fuel various types of assigned equipment; communicate verbally and in writing; and adhere to policies and engage in safe work practices; see and hear in normal range with or without corrective devices. Physical, Mental and Environmental Working Conditions: Work is performed in a variety of environmental conditions indoors and outdoors, with exposure to temperature and weather variations; traffic and equipment noise; equipment vibrations; vehicle and/or chemical fumes; chemicals such as cleaning solvents, grease, pesticides, paint fumes; machinery and their moving parts; dust; refuse; human and animal waste materials. Duties require the ability to stand or walk on hard surfaces for frequent and prolonged periods of time. Additional physical demands require frequent bending, stooping, and safe lifting and/or moving of moderately heavy objects, up to 50 pounds in weight. In compliance with FTA and FMCSA rules and the applicable City policy, candidates for this position are required to pass drug testing prior to employment. If hired in this position, drug and alcohol testing will be administered as follows: (1) post accident; (2) reasonable suspicion; (3) random testing; (4) return to work; and follow-up testing Closing Date/Time: Continuous
CITY OF LAGUNA BEACH, CA Laguna Beach, CA, United States
Jun 04, 2022
Part Time
Description The City of Laguna Beach is excited to announce that we are now seeking motivated applicants for the position of Transit Ambassador (Part-Time)! Applications will be accepted on a continuous basis until all positions are filled. Apply early to receive first consideration! The Position: Under the supervision of the Transit Supervisor, the Transit Ambassador assists passengers getting on and off a trolley and provides information about the City of Laguna Beach, events and activities. Transit Ambassadors assist in the transportation needs of the disabled and those using mobility devices. Transit Ambassadors also provide parking lot assistance with pay stations, and keep parking lots clean. This position r eports to the Transit Supervisor. Schedule: Employees in this position must be available to work as scheduled on weekdays and weekends during the period of late June through September 5, 2022. This position will work late evenings until midnight. 2022 Important Dates: Official Start of Summer Season: June 24th Season Concludes: September 5th Selection Process: The appointing authority will review the application materials for job related qualifications of those deemed eligible for hire before making selection decisions. Pre-placement Process: All prospective Transit Ambassador candidates must successfully pass a fingerprint check with the State Department of Justice. In order to maintain a safe and healthy workplace, the City requires all employees who are not vaccinated for COVID-19 to submit to weekly COVID-19 testing. Employees who provide adequate proof of vaccination for COVID-19 to Human Resources are not required to undergo weekly testing. Examples of Duties The Transit Ambassador performs the following duties. Answer questions and gives general information to the public regarding festivals, local interests, restaurants, shops, trolley routes and schedules, and related information Provide parking lot assistance with pay stations, and keep parking lots clean Advise passengers of current COVID-19 protocols Safely lift and carry equipment needed to set up daily operations Minimum Qualifications Must be at least 16 years of age by time of hire. Applicants under the age of 18 must have a work permit. Please click on the link below to access a work permit application. WORK PERMIT Experience: Prior public contact work experience is desirable. License/Certificate Requirements: A social security card, picture ID, and valid work permit (if under 18 years of age) by time of hire. Supplemental Information Ability to: Work with the public in a friendly and courteous manner; provide information clearly and concisely regarding summer art festivals, trolley routes, restaurants, shops, and other related information; work cooperatively and effectively with the general public and others encountered in the performance of duties; to work shifts as assigned, including nights and weekends; and follow oral instructions and adhere to established procedures and safe work practices. Laguna Beach: With seven miles of City beaches and towering hills with captivating Pacific views, Laguna Beach residents enjoy some of the most stunning landscapes in Southern California. The City of Laguna Beach hosts millions of visitors to its world-famous arts festivals and beautiful beaches. Services provided to its resident population of approximately 23,000 include police, fire, marine safety, recreation, parks, public works, community development, parking, transit and animal control. The Department: The Mission of the Public Works Department is to preserve, maintain, and enhance the City's infrastructure and natural resources, and provide services and environmental stewardship for the benefits of Laguna Beach residents, businesses and visitors. The Department is organized into the following divisions: Engineering and Administration, Fleet Maintenance, Park and Building Maintenance, Street Maintenance, Utility Undergrounding, Solid Waste, Parking Management and Operations, Traffic, Parking and Signs Maintenance, and Transit Services . Closing Date/Time:
CITY OF LAGUNA BEACH, CA Laguna Beach, CA, United States
Jun 04, 2022
Part Time
Description Applications will be accepted on a continuous basis until all positions are filled. Apply early to receive first consideration! This recruitment will be used to fill seasonal and year round part-time positions. The Position: Under supervision, this position performs a variety of maintenance tasks for the Public Works, Transit Division's Trolley Service. This position reports to the Transit Supervisor or his/her designee. Schedule: Employees in this position must be available to work as scheduled weekdays, weekends and select holidays (six to eight hour shifts). Shifts are scheduled during the hours of 7:00 a.m. to 1:00 a.m. Monday through Sunday. Selection Process: Applications will be screened carefully. The appointing authority will further review the job related qualifications of those deemed eligible for hire before making selection decisions. The selection process may change based on the needs of the City. Pre-placement Process: All prospective Trolley Fueler / Washer candidates must successfully pass a fingerprint check with the State Department of Justice. In order to maintain a safe and healthy workplace, the City requires all employees who are not vaccinated for COVID-19 to submit to weekly COVID-19 testing. Employees who provide adequate proof of vaccination for COVID-19 to Human Resources are not required to undergo weekly testing. Examples of Duties Fuels, disinfects and washes interior/exterior trolleys and division vehicles Performs simple mechanical maintenance as needed Minimum Qualifications Must be at least 18 years of age at time of hire. Experience: One (1) year of experience in driving larger vehicles is desirable. Basic knowledge of the use of common hand tools, and previous experience washing and detailing vehicles is also desirable. License/Certificate Requirements: A valid California Driver's license and an acceptable driving record are required. Supplemental Information Knowledge of: Common hand tools and equipment used in mechanical and maintenance work and related work hazards; safe practices and procedures; how to operate larger equipment Ability to: Perform manual labor using hand tools or equipment that may vary from small to large; clean and fuel various types of assigned equipment; drive trolleys and small vehicles; understand and follow verbal and written instructions; learn work methods, procedures, terminology and the operation and use of tools that are specific to work assigned; safely lift, move and/or carry moderately heavy objects of up to 50 pounds in weight; establish effective and cooperative working relationships with those contacted in the performance of duties. Closing Date/Time:
CITY OF LAGUNA BEACH, CA Laguna Beach, CA, United States
May 12, 2022
Part Time
Description The City of Laguna Beach is now seeking enthusiastic and customer service oriented individuals for the position of Traffic Control Aide (Part-Time)! This recruitment is open on a continuous basis and will close when the needs of the Department are met. The first application review is scheduled on Tuesday, May 24, 2022. Schedule: Works a flexible schedule, including weekends, evenings, and holidays. The Position: Under general supervision, this position performs a variety of traffic control duties and efficiently and safely directs motor vehicles and pedestrian traffic within designated areas. This position also as sists the public by providing general traffic control related information and/or directions. This position is supervised by sworn and civilian supervisors within the Police Department. Application/Selection Process: Applications will be screened carefully and selected candidates will be invited to undergo a department interview. The appointing hiring authority will further review the job-related qualifications of those deemed eligible for hire before making selection decisions. Preplacement Process: A candidate selected for this position must successfully complete a Personal History Questionnaire with the Laguna Beach Police Department and a fingerprint check with the State Department of Justice. Successful completion of a pre-placement medical exam including pre-employment drug testing may be required. In order to maintain a safe and healthy workplace, the City requires all employees who are not vaccinated for COVID-19 to submit to weekly COVID-19 testing. Employees who provide adequate proof of vaccination for COVID-19 to Human Resources are not required to undergo weekly testing. Examples of Duties The following duties are normal for this position. These are not to be construed as exclusive or all-inclusive. Other duties may be required and assigned. Directs vehicular and pedestrian traffic by providing manual direction and/or operating automated traffic control signals to facilitate the flow of traffic Sets-up and removes traffic control devices, including cones, signs, barricades, road flares, message boards and other related equipment Provides information and assists the public with a variety of requests and inquiries Follows applicable safety rules and regulations Performs other duties as assigned Minimum Qualifications Any combination demonstrating the ability to effectively and successfully perform the duties of the position is considered qualifying. A typical combination is as follows: Age: Must be eighteen (18) years of age or older to begin employment. Experience: An equivalent combination of experience and training sufficient to perform the essential job functions is considered qualifying. License/Certificate Requirements: Due to the performance of some field duties, which may require the operation of a personal or City vehicle, a valid California Driver's license and an acceptable driving record are required. Supplemental Information This position requires shift work which includes weekends, holidays and evening hours. The position is also subject to being on-call for traffic related incidents, accidents, natural disasters, and other emergency needs. Knowledge of: Effective customer service techniques; English grammar and composition; safe working practices. Ability to: Provide a high level of customer service to the public while communicating with people in various emotional states; maintain composure during stressful situations; work both independently and as a part of a team; maintain effective and cooperative working relationships with department staff and the public; multi-task; learn applicable laws, regulations, policies, and procedures related to traffic control; communicate effectively both orally and in writing; follow oral and written instructions; direct traffic flow, give directions, read maps, and direct the public to various destinations; learn and use police radio codes and portable police radios; safely operate city vehicles; observe and report hazardous conditions. Physical, Mental and Environmental Working Conditions : Physical demands require walking, running or standing on hard surfaces and uneven terrain for intermittent or prolonged periods of time; stooping, squatting, bending, twisting, reaching, and safely restraining, lifting and/or carrying moderately heavy objects up to 50 pounds. The employee must be able to see and hear in the normal range with or without correction, and possess the ability to effectively communicate verbally and in writing. The employee must be able to use both hands, arms, and legs for periods up to 8 hours; stoop and bend; squat, climb, and use repetitive arm and wrist motions to direct traffic. The position requires the employee to work under pressure and maintain a fast pace. Environmental Adaptability : Ability to work under sometimes unsafe and uncomfortable conditions where exposure to environmental factors such as inclement weather, smoke, fumes, gas, untreated sewage, excessive heat and cold, high frequency noise, dirt, dust, grease, oil, pesticides, traffic, and equipment and machinery poses a risk of injury. May involve exposure to dangerous and/or diseased animals, as well as other potentially hazardous substances. Laguna Beach: With seven miles of City beaches and towering hills with captivating Pacific views, Laguna Beach residents enjoy some of the most stunning landscapes in Southern California. The City of Laguna Beach hosts millions of visitors to its world-famous arts festivals and beautiful beaches. Services provided to its resident population of approximately 24,000 include police, fire, marine safety, recreation, parks, public works, community development, parking, transit and animal control. The Department: The Police Department is organized into three divisions (Support and Investigative Services, Field Services, and Professional Services), and provides general law enforcement services, including animal control. The department augments its services with the assistance of reserve officers, community volunteers representing our various volunteer groups such as COPs, CERT, and the Animal Shelter, police explorers, and Police Cadet and Beach Patrol positions during the summer months. Closing Date/Time: Continuous