City of Loveland

With over 300 days of sunshine, proximity to Rocky Mountain National Park, endless outdoor recreation options and a thriving arts, brewery, foodie and shopping scene Loveland is an award winning City.  In 2020, Loveland was the only Colorado City to win the 2020 Governor’s Award for Downtown Excellence.  Loveland is the top residential recycling City in the state for 4 consecutive years.  Additionally, Loveland has consistently been ranked as one of the top places to live, work and raise a family in the U.S. Featured by USA Today in 2017 as one of the Most Idyllic Picturesque towns in America.  As the rest of the world is figuring out what we have known for quite some time… Loveland, Colorado has EVERYTHING YOU LOVE! ~ Love What You Do, Land With Us!

38 job(s) at City of Loveland

CITY OF LOVELAND, COLORADO Loveland, CO, USA
Nov 29, 2022
Full Time
For full consideration, please include a resume and cover letter This position reports to the Technical Services SCADA Supervisor and is responsible for design, development, implementation, troubleshooting, and maintenance of Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) and Instrumentation and Control (I&C) systems using and programming through programmable logic controllers (PLC) for the water treatment plant, wastewater treatment plant, water pump stations, and wastewater lift stations. The salary range for this position is $29.90- $46.35 per hour with a hiring range of $29.90 - $38.13 , depending on qualifications and experience. First reading of applications on: Monday, December 12, 2022 At Loveland Water & Power, the culture is one that fosters open communication and development of its staff. This is an opportunity to contribute to a growing utility and participate on a team that thrives on development and public service. The ideal candidate will have experience with various IT/Database functions, MS Office and active systems, and is comfortable working with networks and troubleshooting issues. Following a robust training period where the qualified candidate will learn the ins and outs of the systems, autonomy is given to run the system and suggest improvements as needed. The City of Loveland offers a great benefits package and promotes a wonderful work/life balance and offers many opportunities for growth and professional development. ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: Primary duties are performing analysis, design, and programming for new and existing process control/network administration on SCADA HMI, PLC’s, and various communication systems. Instrumental in the design process of control systems in new and existing facilities. Develops and maintains HMI programs using software associated with SCADA and plant process and data collection. Responsibilities also include development and integration of ladder logic programs using RS-Logix 500 and RS-Logix 5000 software for programmable logic controllers associated with treatment plant automation, process controls and SCADA systems. Uses software to configure data acquisition and communication network protocols. Debugs, updates, and implements programming changes to SCADA system. Installs and updates HMI software with new versions and completes project conversions for the updates on new and existing plant SCADA servers and clients. Coordinates with the Information Technology Department for the installation, testing, debugging, and on-going maintenance and support of Windows SCADA servers and clients. Develops and manages databases for state and system reports using SQL Server and Microsoft Access. Develops and maintains reporting server using Visual Studio IDE. Designs, implements, and maintains SCADA telemetry communication systems. Determines the nature of complex communication/interface connectivity problems. Works with contractors, vendors, engineers, consultants, and Water and Power staff to ensure process and control systems work properly to meet process requirements. Programs and calibrates devices such as Variable Frequency Drives (VFD), paperless chart recorders, pH probes, flow, and turbidity meters. Troubleshoot and repair power systems up to 480 volts AC and emergency generators at treatment plants, wastewater lift stations and water booster stations. Installation of hardware and wiring related to instrumentation, controls and SCADA systems including design layout and assembly of panels. Interpret and apply National Electrical Code to new and existing installations. OTHER JOB FUNCTIONS: Coordinates work activities with contractors, utility companies, and other departments within the City. Performs a variety of duties including researching, purchasing, and ordering parts for equipment/system repair and replacement. Completes work orders and collects data for asset management system. May have to complete mechanical and electrical work when needed and perform additional job functions as assigned. SUPERVISORY DUTIES: Does not supervise any staff on a regular basis but assists with the training of the Technical Services Maintenance Technician. Also acts as a team leader or foreman on assigned projects. May supervise and direct contractors hired to conduct equipment repairs and small projects. JOB QUALIFICATIONS: Knowledge, skills and abilities: Working knowledge of HMI software that allows for operator interface, automation, modifications, alarm setup, data logging, control, and indication. Knowledge of radio configuration software that allows for configuration and troubleshooting of 900 MHz radios used to monitor stations and plants remotely. Must have hardware knowledge of Allen Bradley PLCs, VFDs, and SMC flex soft starters, along with flow meters, turbidimeters, DO, PH, and ORP probes, pressure transmitters, ultrasonic level transmitters, electric actuators, and Trojan UV disinfection systems, reviewing and modifying P&ID drawings, and using network protocols commonly used in industrial automation such as Ethernet, fiber optics, DeviceNet, DH-485, HART, and fieldbus. Must have working knowledge of process control theory and process instrumentation and experience with distributed control systems, PLC’s client/server programming and data communication in water/wastewater industry. Must be able to read electrical prints and diagrams. Ability to use all types of hand and power tools. Must have the ability to follow oral and written instructions. Must be able to communicate effectively and diplomatically with coworkers and the general public. Manual dexterity is required for safe operation of tools and vehicles. Must be able to make competent decisions while on duty. Core Competencies: Accountability, Integrity, Transparency & Honoring the Public Trust, Collaboration, Innovation, Safety, Excellent Service with Courtesy and Kindness Job specific competencies: Computer software proficiency, Job expertise, Problem solving, Time management Education and/or experience: A BS degree with emphasis in physics, math, computer science, and/or applied science desired. An equivalent combination of education and/or experience may substitute on a year-for-year basis for the experience requirement. Five (5) years of experience in the operation and programming of real-time process control systems required. Must have demonstrated experience writing and reading ladder logic and programming networked HMI applications. Previous background in the water/wastewater industry and mechanical and electrical experience desired. Licensure and/or certifications: Must possess a valid driver’s license. Required to attend CPR, confined space, asbestos, and NIMS training. Colorado Class I, II and III Water Distribution and Wastewater Collection Certification desired. Material and equipment directly used: Personal computer, laptop computer, voltmeter, ammeter, megometer, ohmmeter, oscilloscope, power tools, hand tools, cellular phone, and industry specific software including RS-Logix 5000, RS-Logix 5, RS-Logix 500 Working conditions and physical requirements: While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly exposed to all types of temperatures, weather conditions, moving mechanical parts, fumes, odors, and airborne particles, toxic and caustic chemicals, extreme noise, vibration, explosive gases, and risk of electrical shock. Staff is considered vital to the plants, lift stations, and pump stations, and are expected to work when other facilities are closed due to severe weather. Requires sitting for extended periods of time. Strenuous physical work may involve moving, positioning, bending, climbing, stooping, kneeling, pushing, or positioning of objects up to 100 pounds occasionally and up to 50 pounds frequently, and laying on the ground in small, confined spaces. Working at heights up to 150 feet above ground and to depths of 40 feet. Must be able to work in permit required confined spaces that require ventilation and other measures to protect against dangerous gases, fumes, and chemicals. Work may involve long hours and require working overtime, after hours, holidays, weekends, etc. Employees are subject to call-back work, are required to carry a cellular phone and must be capable of responding to an emergency situation upon short notice. Must live within a 20-minute response radius of the intersection at U.S. Highway 287 and U.S. Highway 34. This job description is not designed to contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee. With over 300 days of sunshine, and just 30 miles from Rocky Mountain National Park in the heart of northern Colorado, Loveland is an ideal community for anyone to call home. Known as the Sweetheart City, this vibrant cultural hub is home to nearly 500 sculptures and public art installations, the world-famous Valentine Remail Program, and picturesque views of the Rocky Mountains. The community is bustling with a thriving arts, brewery, foodie and shopping scene. Enjoy headliner concert and theatre productions, professional hockey events, endless community recreation and open space opportunities, art and sculpture shows, and several local festivals. Loveland also boasts an award-winning golf course and an inclusive library and community center. Loveland, Colorado has EVERYTHING YOU LOVE! In 2020, Loveland was the only Colorado City to win the Governor’s Award for Downtown Excellence, is the top residential recycling City in the state for 6 consecutive years and has been ranked as one of the top places to live, work and raise a family in the U.S. and as one of the Most Idyllic Picturesque towns in America. Apply today to join more than 800 employees who work to meet the core values of: Accountability & Integrity, Transparency & Honoring the Public Trust, Collaboration, Innovation, Safety, Excellent Service with Courtesy and Kindness. The City of Loveland is a diverse and welcoming community organization and our employees enjoy a competitive benefits program, various opportunities for growth and development, and an exceptional work-life balance. A vibrant community, surrounded by natural beauty, where you belong! Benefit Eligible Benefits Package Includes: Two (2) medical plans, Dental, Vision (for self/ spouse/ children) Employee Health & Wellness Center (self/family) Paid vacation, holidays, and medical leave Flexible spending including Dependent Care Life Insurance, AD&D, Short-term and Long-term disability, and voluntary Critical Illness Coverage Retirement 401a, 457, Roth (pre-& post tax) and company match Comprehensive Employee Assistance Program Voluntary 529 College Invest program Personal and Professional Development opportunities Discounted recreation passes Employee recognition program Exceptional work-life balance Market based pay & regular performance reviews Local Government employment is eligible for Public Loan Forgiveness Program Reasonable accommodations will be made to enable qualified individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. The City of Loveland provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, genetic information, age, or any other status protected under federal, state, and/or local law. A driving record and criminal history background check will be obtained pre-employment.
CITY OF LOVELAND, COLORADO Loveland, CO, USA
Nov 29, 2022
Part Time
The Program Coordinator will assist with the shelter program which provides accommodations for adults experiencing homelessness and are often times struggling with substance abuse, trauma, physical or mental health. The Coordinator is responsible for ensuring a safe and caring environment. Working with the Community Partnership Administrator and other service providers, the Shelter Coordinator will assist with basic operations of access to mail, laundry, showers, computers and other basic services. Position will close to applicants on: Monday, September 26, 2022 at 12:00 P.M. M.S.T. This position involves on-site shift hours that depending on role, mat vary day, overnight, and 12 hour shifts. Hours may change as needed. The assigned tasks in this job description are based on current information and are subject to modification as needed. The salary range for this position is $18.71- $22.88 per hour , depending on qualifications and experience. ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: Deliver onsite operations of the shelter program and/or alternate temporary accommodations.Thisincludes access to basic services of showers, restrooms, laundry, lockers, mail, computers. Provide direction and oversight of shelter volunteers. Provide services consistent with our values, ensuring clients are treated with respect and dignity. Assure the completion of proper daily opening and closing procedures. Maintain a safe, controlled environment. Oversee execution of all COVID19 protocols, including guidance and support to shelter volunteers, as needed. Work with Shelter Manager, volunteers, and partners, such as the onsite security team, to observe and respond to member behaviors accordingly. Respond to emergencies and coordinate crisis intervention as needed. Provide progress reports to the Shelter Manager including client attendance and incident log. Enter data into the Homeless Management Information System (HMIS). Liaise with partnering agencies, and safety/security personnel on site to ensure all policies and procedures are followed. OTHER JOB FUNCTIONS: Provide input to Community Partnership Office and Shelter Manager in updating processes and procedures for delivery of program services as necessary. Assist the Shelter Manager in participating in collaborative community meetings, networking and providing brainstorming solutions related to sheltering the homeless community. JOB QUALIFICATIONS: Knowledge, skills and abilities: Excellent interpersonal skills Teamwork and leadership abilities Able to be on-call for, and respond to, emergencies, including outside of standard business hours Comfort relating to and working with many kinds of people Familiarity with people experiencing homelessness or similar situations Ability to be calm, tactful, and thoughtful under pressure Excellent conflict resolution skills Core competencies: Accountability, Integrity, Transparency & Honoring the Public Trust, Collaboration, Innovation, Safety, Excellent Service with Courtesy and Kindness Job Specific Competencies: Conflict Resolution; Problem Solving; Initiative Education and/experience High school diploma or general education degree (GED); and minimum of 6 months of related experience and/or training, one-year experience preferred. An equivalent combination of education and/or experience may substitute for education or experience requirement on a year-for-year basis. Ability to remain calm and respond appropriately in crisis situations; using the Trauma-Informed Care model of service delivery. Working environment/physical activities: While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand and walk for several hours at a time. This job description is not designed to contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee. With over 300 days of sunshine, and just 30 miles from Rocky Mountain National Park in the heart of northern Colorado, Loveland is an ideal community for anyone to call home. Known as the Sweetheart City, this vibrant cultural hub is home to nearly 500 sculptures and public art installations, the world-famous Valentine Remail Program, and picturesque views of the Rocky Mountains. The community is bustling with a thriving arts, brewery, foodie and shopping scene. Enjoy headliner concert and theatre productions, professional hockey events, endless community recreation and open space opportunities, art and sculpture shows, and several local festivals. Loveland also boasts an award-winning golf course and an inclusive library and community center. Loveland, Colorado has EVERYTHING YOU LOVE! In 2020, Loveland was the only Colorado City to win the Governor’s Award for Downtown Excellence, is the top residential recycling City in the state for 4 consecutive years and has been ranked as one of the top places to live, work and raise a family in the U.S. and as one of the Most Idyllic Picturesque towns in America. Apply today to join more than 800 employees who work to meet the core values of: Accountability & Integrity, Transparency & Honoring the Public Trust, Collaboration, Innovation, Safety, Excellent Service with Courtesy and Kindness. The City of Loveland is a diverse and welcoming community organization and our employees enjoy a competitive benefits program, various opportunities for growth and development, and an exceptional work-life balance. A vibrant community, surrounded by natural beauty, where you belong! Non Benefit Eligible Benefits Package Includes: Retirement – 457 employee funded plan Medical Leave – Up to 48 hours accrued. Accrue 1 hour of leave per 30 hours worked Reasonable accommodations will be made to enable qualified individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. The City of Loveland provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, genetic information, age, or any other status protected under federal, state, and/or local law. A criminal history background check will be obtained pre-employment.
CITY OF LOVELAND, COLORADO Loveland, CO, USA
Nov 29, 2022
Full Time
The Program Coordinator will assist with the shelter program which provides accommodations for adults experiencing homelessness and are often times struggling with substance abuse, trauma, physical or mental health. The Coordinator is responsible for ensuring a safe and caring environment. Working with the Community Partnership Administrator and other service providers, the Shelter Coordinator will assist with basic operations of access to mail, laundry, showers, computers and other basic services. This position involves on-site shift hours that depending on role, may vary day, overnight, and 12 hour shifts. Hours may change as needed. The assigned tasks in this job description are based on current information and are subject to modification as needed. The salary range for this position is $18.71- $27.07 per hour with a hiring range of $18.71 - $22.88 , depending on qualifications and experience. ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: Deliver onsite operations of the shelter program and/or alternate temporary accommodations. Thisincludes access to basic services of showers, restrooms, laundry, lockers, mail, computers. Provide direction and oversight of shelter volunteers. Provide services consistent with our values, ensuring clients are treated with respect and dignity. Assure the completion of proper daily opening and closing procedures. Maintain a safe, controlled environment. Oversee execution of all COVID19 protocols, including guidance and support to shelter volunteers, as needed. Work with Shelter Manager, volunteers, and partners, such as the onsite security team, to observe and respond to member behaviors accordingly. Respond to emergencies and coordinate crisis intervention as needed. Provide progress reports to the Shelter Manager including client attendance and incident log. Enter data into the Homeless Management Information System (HMIS). Liaise with partnering agencies, and safety/security personnel on site to ensure all policies and procedures are followed. OTHER JOB FUNCTIONS: Provide input to Community Partnership Office and Shelter Manager in updating processes and procedures for delivery of program services as necessary. Assist the Shelter Manager in participating in collaborative community meetings, networking and providing brainstorming solutions related to sheltering the homeless community. JOB QUALIFICATIONS: Knowledge, skills and abilities: Excellent interpersonal skills Teamwork and leadership abilities Able to be on-call for, and respond to, emergencies, including outside of standard business hours Comfort relating to and working with many kinds of people Familiarity with people experiencing homelessness or similar situations Ability to be calm, tactful, and thoughtful under pressure Excellent conflict resolution skills Core competencies: Accountability, Integrity, Transparency & Honoring the Public Trust, Collaboration, Innovation, Safety, Excellent Service with Courtesy and Kindness Job Specific Competencies: Conflict Resolution; Problem Solving; Initiative Education and/experience High school diploma or general education degree (GED); and minimum of 6 months of related experience and/or training, one-year experience preferred. An equivalent combination of education and/or experience may substitute for education or experience requirement on a year-for-year basis. Ability to remain calm and respond appropriately in crisis situations; using the Trauma-Informed Care model of service delivery. Working environment/physical activities: While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand and walk for several hours at a time. This job description is not designed to contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee. With over 300 days of sunshine, and just 30 miles from Rocky Mountain National Park in the heart of northern Colorado, Loveland is an ideal community for anyone to call home. Known as the Sweetheart City, this vibrant cultural hub is home to nearly 500 sculptures and public art installations, the world-famous Valentine Remail Program, and picturesque views of the Rocky Mountains. The community is bustling with a thriving arts, brewery, foodie and shopping scene. Enjoy headliner concert and theatre productions, professional hockey events, endless community recreation and open space opportunities, art and sculpture shows, and several local festivals. Loveland also boasts an award-winning golf course and an inclusive library and community center. Loveland, Colorado has EVERYTHING YOU LOVE! In 2020, Loveland was the only Colorado City to win the Governor’s Award for Downtown Excellence, is the top residential recycling City in the state for 4 consecutive years and has been ranked as one of the top places to live, work and raise a family in the U.S. and as one of the Most Idyllic Picturesque towns in America. Apply today to join more than 800 employees who work to meet the core values of: Accountability & Integrity, Transparency & Honoring the Public Trust, Collaboration, Innovation, Safety, Excellent Service with Courtesy and Kindness. The City of Loveland is a diverse and welcoming community organization and our employees enjoy a competitive benefits program, various opportunities for growth and development, and an exceptional work-life balance. A vibrant community, surrounded by natural beauty, where you belong! Benefit Eligible Benefits Package Includes: Two (2) medical plans, Dental, Vision (for self/ spouse/ children) Employee Health & Wellness Center (self/family) Paid vacation, holidays, and medical leave Flexible spending including Dependent Care Life Insurance, AD&D, Short-term and Long-term disability, and voluntary Critical Illness Coverage Retirement 401a, 457, Roth (pre-& post tax) and company match Comprehensive Employee Assistance Program Voluntary 529 College Invest program Personal and Professional Development opportunities Discounted recreation passes Employee recognition program Exceptional work-life balance Market based pay & regular performance reviews Local Government employment is eligible for Public Loan Forgiveness Program Reasonable accommodations will be made to enable qualified individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. The City of Loveland provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, genetic information, age, or any other status protected under federal, state, and/or local law. A criminal history background check will be obtained pre-employment.
CITY OF LOVELAND, COLORADO Loveland, CO, USA
Nov 29, 2022
Full Time
GENERAL PURPOSE: Manages the staff, equipment collection and services in the Adult and Technical Services Divisions of the library which requires a high level of leadership. Reports to the Library Director. Flexible schedule requires some evening & weekend hours. The salary range for this position is $59,600.00- $92,400.00 per hour with a hiring range of $ 59,600.00 - $ 76,000.00 , depending on qualifications and experience. Position will close to applicants on: Monday, 12/5/22 at 12:00 P.M. M.S.T. Do you want to make a difference in people's lives? Do you jump at the chance to develop community partnerships, grow staff skills, and offer innovative services? Do you relish working with people of diverse backgrounds and abilities? Do you want to lead two small and mighty teams? If so, then this could be the job for you! Loveland Public Library is looking to fill the position of Customer Service and Technical Services Division Manager. This position is a member of the library’s leadership team, provides guidance and supervision for the staff from both divisions, manages a busy reference desk and behind the scenes technical services group. Our ideal candidate is enthusiastic, collaborative, forward-thinking, technology-minded and excited about the prospect of growing and learning in an ever-changing environment! This is a 40 hour per week benefited position. ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: Leadership/Strategy/Budgeting Lead the Adult Services Division to create positive customer interactions and support efficient transactions focused on reference, readers advisory, outreach, and support of e-resources Leads the Technical Services group to create supportive environment for collection acquisitions, cataloging of materials, e-resources support, and processing of items. Develop and control divisions budget. Participate in library strategic planning. Manage administration and implement applicable plan areas. Regularly acts as Person in Charge of the library Collaborate with members of the Library Leadership Team. Develop, innovate, coordinate, and evaluate services, community collaborations, outreach, and programs. Management and Staff Development Manage an active public service desk including scheduling, training and supervision of staff. Oversee technical services and all aspects of materials, acquisitions, transactions and work flow related to the timely and accurate acuate cataloging and processing of materials. Manage, direct and develop staff including interviewing, hiring, training, planning, assigning, directing work, appraising performance, rewarding and disciplining employees, addressing complaints and resolving problems. Operations and Customer Service Specific Focus Manage Adult and Technical Service projects and purchases, issues RFPs, manage contracts, oversee and tracks budgets electronic resource services and equipment Works the Adult Services desk in assisting library users of all ages. Guides, trains and develops staff, in customer service, outreach, programming, collection development and community partnership. Responsible formonthly and annual statistical reports related to programming, circulation, and cataloging reports. to support evidence-based decisions. Develops and maintains partnerships with other departments, community organizations and libraries. Leads library-wide efforts to improve the customer experience including wayfinding, staff training and recommending changes to policy and procedures. SUPERVISORY DUTIES: This position is responsible for supervision of City employee(s). Carries out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the organization’s policies and applicable laws. Responsibilities include interviewing, hiring, and training employees: planning, assigning and directing work; appraising performance; rewarding and disciplining employees; addressing complaints and resolving problems. JOB QUALIFICATIONS: Knowledge, skills & abilities : Must possess excellent written and oral communication skills to interact effectively with people of all ages. Ability to independently establish and meet goals and deadlines. Must have thorough working knowledge of established library resources, methodology, current and future trends and specific knowledge of library technology systems and programs. Ability to plan, organize and delegate. Ability to open and close building and department. Must maintain effectiveness under varying degrees of pressure. Welcomes diverse populations, including but not limited to cultural, racial, economic, and ethnic diversity. Core Competencies: Accountability, Integrity, Transparency & Honoring the Public Trust, Collaboration, Innovation, Safety, Excellent Service with Courtesy and Kindness Education and/or experience : A Bachelor’s Degree or Two years of college coursework plus two years of direct customer service experience is required. Master’s Degree in Library Science (MLS) or related field preferred. Four years professional and progressively responsible experience required. This is in addition to any years used to satisfy the education requirement. 1-year supervisory experience including hiring, discipline, performance management and evaluation of paid staff required. 1 year of leadership experience including project management, staff development and problem solving preferred. Experience overseeing customer service to diverse individuals and groups is required Strong experience with library management systems, vendors and solutions is preferred. Spanish language proficiency preferred. Material and equipment directly used : Library integrated system; online databases, the Internet, PCs, microfilm reader-printers, mobile technology, photocopiers, fax, telephone, and audio-visual equipment. Working conditions and physical requirements : Dynamic library environment with extensive public contact, may require sitting for extended periods of time, repetitive motion tasks, reaching, bending, kneeling, and moving or positioning objects up to 20 pounds. Schedule is flexible, requiring some weekend and evening hours. Travel to off-site meetings and programs may be required. This job description is not designed to contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee. With over 300 days of sunshine, and just 30 miles from Rocky Mountain National Park in the heart of northern Colorado, Loveland is an ideal community for anyone to call home. Known as the Sweetheart City, this vibrant cultural hub is home to nearly 500 sculptures and public art installations, the world-famous Valentine Remail Program, and picturesque views of the Rocky Mountains. The community is bustling with a thriving arts, brewery, foodie and shopping scene. Enjoy headliner concert and theatre productions, professional hockey events, endless community recreation and open space opportunities, art and sculpture shows, and several local festivals. Loveland also boasts an award-winning golf course and an inclusive library and community center. Loveland, Colorado has EVERYTHING YOU LOVE! In 2020, Loveland was the only Colorado City to win the Governor’s Award for Downtown Excellence, is the top residential recycling City in the state for 4 consecutive years and has been ranked as one of the top places to live, work and raise a family in the U.S. and as one of the Most Idyllic Picturesque towns in America. Apply today to join more than 800 employees who work to meet the core values of: Accountability & Integrity, Transparency & Honoring the Public Trust, Collaboration, Innovation, Safety, Excellent Service with Courtesy and Kindness. The City of Loveland is a diverse and welcoming community organization and our employees enjoy a competitive benefits program, various opportunities for growth and development, and an exceptional work-life balance. A vibrant community, surrounded by natural beauty, where you belong! Benefit Eligible Benefits Package Includes: Two (2) medical plans, Dental, Vision (for self/ spouse/ children) Employee Health & Wellness Center (self/family) Paid vacation, holidays, and medical leave Flexible spending including Dependent Care Life Insurance, AD&D, Short-term and Long-term disability, and voluntary Critical Illness Coverage Retirement 401a, 457, Roth (pre-& post tax) and company match Comprehensive Employee Assistance Program Voluntary 529 College Invest program Personal and Professional Development opportunities Discounted recreation passes Employee recognition program Exceptional work-life balance Market based pay & regular performance reviews Local Government employment is eligible for Public Loan Forgiveness Program Reasonable accommodations will be made to enable qualified individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. The City of Loveland provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, genetic information, age, or any other status protected under federal, state, and/or local law. A criminal history background check will be obtained pre-employment.
CITY OF LOVELAND, COLORADO Loveland, CO, USA
Nov 29, 2022
Full Time
This is a civilian position performing technical and administrative work under the general supervision of the Deputy Chief. Performs complex administrative, analytical, and professional tasks to manage, plan, coordinate, implement, and monitor Department compliance with Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies (CALEA) standards. Conducts periodic reviews with appropriate staff to revise Department policies and procedures to ensure compliance with CALEA standards. The salary range for this position is $25.63-39.76 per hour with a hiring range of $25.63-32.69, depending on qualifications and experience. Selection process timeline Alternate dates for testing and interviews are not available Position Closes: TBD Oral Board Interview: TBD Conditional Job Offer / Background Investigation: TBD Tentative Start Date: ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: Plan, coordinate, and manage Department accreditation activities; gather and analyze data; monitor and measure Department adherence to accreditation standards; advise command staff of deficiencies or compliance concerns regarding Department compliance; prepare and maintain appropriate reports and internal communication. Manage, maintain, and update current and archived Department accreditation files manually and electronically. Attend periodic meetings and conferences, professional workshops, and other CALEA-related training to stay abreast of the interpretation and application of accreditation standards. Serve as the Department liaison with CALEA; update and notify command staff of changes to any CALEA standards or the accreditation process that affects Department compliance. Assist in preparing and/or reviewing all new and revised Department policies and directives to ensure compliance with CALEA standards; work collaboratively with Department personnel in policy development and review to ensure compliance with federal and state laws as well as city ordinances; assist with the revision of manuals, procedures and other internal publications for compliance with law enforcement standards. Coordinate on-site CALEA assessments to enable the Department sufficient time and resources to achieve CALEA accreditation. Develop and conduct CALEA training for Department personnel; issue new and revised policies to Department employees; facilitate other mock and/or assessment activities. OTHER DUTIES : Prepare and conduct employee orientation training regarding accreditation and use of data management systems. Prepare and issue policy changes to all personnel through data management systems. Compose, type, and format correspondence and special reports. Maintain confidential files. Respond to a broad range of questions from other agencies. Utilize department and other resources for research. Assist in conducting inspections within the Department for CALEA compliance. Perform other duties as assigned. JOB QUALIFICATIONS: Knowledge, Skill & Ability: Work a majority of time without direct supervision. Oral communication sufficient to receive and accurately follow orders as well as communicate information to groups of varying size and knowledge. Written communication to sufficiently and accurately complete required forms and reports. Proficient computer usage including word processing and data management systems. Typing and filing. Independently solve problems, work under pressure, and meet deadlines. Use of proper English spelling, punctuation, and grammar as well as arithmetic. Learn and apply technical terminology and information specifically related to law enforcement. Effectively and discreetly handle confidential information. Possess a high level of problem-solving abilities and self-initiative. Education: A college degree from an accredited college or university recognized by the American Council on Education preferred. Experience: Two year’s work experience auditing or accrediting in a medical, education or law enforcement field required. Material and Equipment Directly Used: Personal computer, copier/scanner/printer, telephone, and other office equipment. Working Environment/Physical Activities: Work performed in a typical office environment requiring extensive sitting, reaching, and repetitive keyboard motions. Must be able to lift and transport files weighing up to 25 pounds. Travel for meetings and conferences within and out of the State of Colorado. This job description is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all duties, responsibilities, or qualifications associated with the job. Reasonable accommodations will be made to enable qualified individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. The City of Loveland provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, genetic information, age, or any other status protected under federal, state, and/or local law. APPLICANTS WHO ARE UNSUCCESSFUL IN THE SELECTION PROCESS MAY APPLY FOR FUTURE OPENINGS. Conditionalemployment offers are contingent on the successfulcompletion of an extensive criminal background investigation, polygraph examination, psychological examination and drug screen.
CITY OF LOVELAND, COLORADO Loveland, CO, USA
Nov 29, 2022
Full Time
This is a temporary, 12-month position Performs sample collection, basic to limited advanced analyses on water, wastewater, source water, and treatment process sludge, instrument calibrations, quality control tests and interacts with interdepartmental groups to support compliance and process optimization. Communicates results by generating graphs and reports for internal review to ensure compliance with regulatory and process requirements to protect public and environmental health and safety. The salary range for this position is $24.81- $37.21 per hour with a hiring range of $24.81 - $31.01 , depending on qualifications and experience. Position will close to applicants on: Monday, December 12, 2022 at 12:00 P.M. M.S.T. Please include a resume with your application The City of Loveland’s Water Quality Group contributes to the overall improvement of human and environmental health by providing high quality environmental monitoring with laboratory services focused on proactive, sustainable, and collaborative water resource management. Water Quality Scientist position offers a variety of opportunities to contribute to field, laboratory, and community engagement by participating in multiple sampling, analytical, and outreach programs. The main role of the position supports sampling in the Big Thompson Watershed, every aspect of the water system, and provides the analytical testing to support these focus areas. This position offers workplace flexibility, a multitude of sampling and analytical opportunities, provides continued growth, and expands educational experiences within the laboratory and field environments. ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: Ensures safety of public health and environment by demonstrating compliance with all applicable state and federal regulations Performs basic to limited advanced analysis on water, wastewater, source water and sludge samples by strictly following prescribed analytical methods and established protocols Complies with all applicable quality control protocols to provide legally defensible analytical results Consistently and reliably collects and process environmental samples and performs assigned basic microbiological, wet chemistry, and instrumental analyses Enters data into internal laboratory reports and software to be reviewed by Scientist II, Supervisor, and/or Manager Reviews and evaluates non-regulatory and limited regulatory data Coordinates internal non-regulatory projects and produces reports as needed Maintains, calibrates, troubleshoots, and repairs general laboratory and field instrumentation and equipment Performs laboratory maintenance and prepares solutions, standards, media, and quality control material for general use Performs source water monitoring program requirements including sample collection and analysis Collects and analyzes bacteriological samples from the distribution system to be reviewed by Scientist II, Supervisor, and/or Manager Notifies Scientist II, Supervisor, and/or Manager, and appropriate personnel of all “out of range” results Updates and maintains chemical and SDS inventory Maintains safe working environment and adheres to all established safety protocols OTHER JOB FUNCTIONS: Responds to plant operations staff questions Maintains comprehensive records of sampling and analytical activities Incumbent may be responsible for purchasing laboratory supplies or services, as assigned Participates on departmental committees and workgroups, as assigned Attends meetings, conferences, and training sessions to keep current with changes in regulatory and industry protocols as assigned Participates in personal growth opportunities, and attends trainings designed to enhance capacity to bring new skills and ideas to the job and the organization Works to continuously improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the service or product being delivered SUPERVISORY DUTIES: None JOB QUALIFICATIONS: Knowledge, skills and abilities: Working knowledge of the scientific method, laboratory procedures, and mathematical operations including quantitative analysis and statistical evaluations Clear understanding of the water/wastewater process is desirable Able to work in a team-oriented environment to monitor the quality of the raw and treated drinking water, wastewater discharge and process sludge, and support treatment operations projects and activities Demonstrates knowledge of hazards and safety precautions required in the laboratory and field Knowledge of Microsoft Office and data management software Demonstrates integrity and builds trust through credibility, reliability, commitment, and ethical behavior Demonstrates support for team efforts by accepting new roles and responsibilities, and helping others achieve objectives Exhibits pride in self, the department, the city, and the community; conducts self in a professional manner Values diversity; demonstrates an awareness of differences; demonstrates sensitivity, and adapts behaviors and communication to accommodate these differences Core competencies: Accountability, Integrity, Transparency & Honoring the Public Trust, Collaboration, Innovation, Safety, Excellent Service with Courtesy and Kindness Job Specific Competencies: Communication, Data Analysis, Independence, Maintenance, Time Management Education and/experience Required : B.S. Degree from an accredited four-year college or university with course work in Chemistry, Biology, Environmental Science or related field. One year of experience in a water, wastewater, or commercial laboratory. Academic lab experience may be accepted on a case per case basis. Preferred : Two years of experience in a water or wastewater municipal laboratory Any equivalent combination of education, training, and experience, which would provide the required knowledge and skills, may be considered Licensure and/or certifications: Must possess a valid driver's license Material and equipment directly used: City trucks and passenger vehicles, boat, personal computer, field meters and sampling equipment, auto-samplers, lake profiler, data-loggers, in situ monitoring equipment, flow injection analyzer, balances, autoclaves, ion selective electrodes, chromatographs, spectrophotometers, microscopes, and standard laboratory equipment. Working environment/physical activities: Work is technical in nature and requires a great deal of mobility and dexterity to gather samples, as well as sufficient physical strength and stamina for: Constant sitting to analyze samples Frequent standing and walking over uneven terrain in various conditions when gathering samples Frequent squatting, bending, and kneeling to collect specimens Occasional climbing, balancing, reaching overhead and below shoulder, and twisting to perform lab and field functions, Constant light grasp with frequent firm grasp, fine manipulation and handling to properly, and safely use lab and field equipment, Frequent stepping up/down to safely enter, exit and operate vehicles Normal near/far acuity and hearing to properly perform lab and field tasks and communicate with staff Occasional lifting from ground to waist or push/pulling of sampling equipment weighing up to 50 pounds WORKING CONDITIONS Work is performed indoors and frequently outdoors with frequent exposure to extreme temperatures and variable weather conditions. This is a highly analytical and active position where samples are collected out in the field and analyzed in a laboratory setting. Work performed may pose potential exposure to chemical, microbiological, and outdoor hazards. Limited office work may require remaining in stationary positions for periods of times. Required Materials and Equipment City trucks and passenger vehicles, boat, personal computer, field meters and sampling equipment, auto-samplers, lake profiler, data-loggers, in situ monitoring equipment, flow injection analyzer, balances, autoclaves, ion selective electrodes, spectrophotometers, microscopes and standard laboratory equipment. This job description is not designed to contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee. With over 300 days of sunshine, and just 30 miles from Rocky Mountain National Park in the heart of northern Colorado, Loveland is an ideal community for anyone to call home. Known as the Sweetheart City, this vibrant cultural hub is home to nearly 500 sculptures and public art installations, the world-famous Valentine Remail Program, and picturesque views of the Rocky Mountains. The community is bustling with a thriving arts, brewery, foodie and shopping scene. Enjoy headliner concert and theatre productions, professional hockey events, endless community recreation and open space opportunities, art and sculpture shows, and several local festivals. Loveland also boasts an award-winning golf course and an inclusive library and community center. Loveland, Colorado has EVERYTHING YOU LOVE! In 2020, Loveland was the only Colorado City to win the Governor’s Award for Downtown Excellence, is the top residential recycling City in the state for 6 consecutive years and has been ranked as one of the top places to live, work and raise a family in the U.S. and as one of the Most Idyllic Picturesque towns in America. Apply today to join more than 800 employees who work to meet the core values of: Accountability & Integrity, Transparency & Honoring the Public Trust, Collaboration, Innovation, Safety, Excellent Service with Courtesy and Kindness. The City of Loveland is a diverse and welcoming community organization, and our employees enjoy a competitive benefits program, various opportunities for growth and development, and an exceptional work-life balance. A vibrant community, surrounded by natural beauty, where you belong! Reasonable accommodations will be made to enable qualified individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. The City of Loveland provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, genetic information, age, or any other status protected under federal, state, and/or local law. A driving record and criminal history background check will be obtained pre-employment.
CITY OF LOVELAND, COLORADO Loveland, CO, USA
Nov 23, 2022
Full Time
GENERAL PURPOSE: Hiring Bonus $1,000 after 6 month review! The City of Loveland is looking for a passionate team member to lead our acclaimed level 5 rated preschool program, licensed day camp and other general youth programs in a distinguished department who is among an elite group of park and recreation agencies across the country who have earned national accreditation through the Commission for Accreditation of Park and Recreation Agencies (CAPRA) and the National Recreation and Park Association (NRPA). We are a collaborative team who delivers quality results and celebrates victories! Supervise and coordinate planning, development and implementation of licensed preschool and school-age programs and camps as well as for non-licensed youth enrichment programs, and dance.This position requires some evening and weekend hours. The salary range for this position is $53,300.00- $82,700.00 per year with a hiring range of $53,300.00 - $ 68,000.00 , depending on qualifications and experience. Position will close to applicants on: Monday, 12/12/22 at 12:00 P.M. M.S.T. ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: Demonstrate leadership in providing consistent and quality programs. Hire, train, supervise and evaluate staff, instructors and volunteers. Maintain quality program content and participant safety. Coordinate programing with staff. Create and facilitate specialized staff and safety training. Monitor program success. Collect and analyze data and prepare reports. Write, edit and modify class and program descriptions. Secure appropriate facility space, classroom set-up, rosters and equipment needs. Provide exceptional public relations with a customer focus. Respond to all inquiries related to program offerings, provide notifications within a timely manner. Monitor program budgets. Establish strategies and work plans to address goals and objectives. Purchase supplies and equipment. Maximize public awareness of recreation programs and facilities. Collaborate with marketing staff to plan and implement a comprehensive and consistent marketing and promotions plan. Generate advertising and sponsorship opportunities for recreation programs. Research, evaluate and report on programming trends. Plan and organize classes, activities and special events. Conduct needs assessments and trends analysis. OTHER JOB FUNCTIONS: Assists with special events. Other duties as assigned. SUPERVISORY DUTIES: This position is a first-line supervisor responsible for supervision of non-exempt and/or employee(s) and volunteers. Highest level supervised: non-exempt employee(s). Carries out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the organization’s policies and applicable laws. Responsibilities include interviewing, hiring, and training employees: planning, assigning and directing work; appraising performance; rewarding and disciplining employees; addressing complaints and resolving problems. JOB QUALIFICATIONS: Knowledge, skills and abilities : Must possess strong supervisory and interpersonal communication skills. Make decisions and provide clear communications using sound judgement. Excellent communication skills. Plan, organize and create innovative activities. Maintain working knowledge of rules for licensed child-care facilities including preschool and school age programs, prepare reports, monitor budgets and track participation. Successfully use the Recreation Management and financial software systems. Core Competencies: Accountability, Integrity, Transparency & Honoring the Public Trust, Collaboration, Innovation, Safety, Excellent Service with Courtesy and Kindness Job Specific Competencies: Community relations, Performance Management, Financial Responsibility, Decision Making/ Judgement Education and/or experience : A Bachelor’s degree in recreation, education, public service, human & family services or related field required. Additional course work in marketing, public relations, early childhood education and/or consumer science preferred. Two (2) years’ of relevant experience required. An emphasis in licensed youth programming required. Staff management experience required. Knowledge of Colorado Shines Quality Rating and Improvement System (QRIS) preferred. Proficient level of experience using computers, software and systems is required. Licensure and/or certifications: Must be at least 21 years of age. Must possess a valid driver's license. Must meet Colorado State Licensing requirements for School-Age Director Qualification. Colorado Professional Development and Information System (PDIS) Preschool Large-Center Director qualification preferred. Must pass state and federal criminal and child abuse/neglect background screens prior to working with children. Must possess or complete the following internally provided trainings within 30 days of hire date: First Aid, CPR, and Medication Administration in addition to licensing required online trainings. Material and equipment directly used : Business management software including; recreation, financial and HRIS systems, computer, printer, telephone, photocopier, arts & crafts supplies & materials Working environment/physical activities : Typical recreation activity setting. Requires bending, stooping and kneeling to perform essential functions related to this position. Must possess the strength and stamina to perform strenuous physical activity and assist guest. Some evening and weekend hours will be required. Required and responsible for ensuring the safety of all participants by safe and proper usage of equipment. Reasonable accommodations will be made to enable qualified individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. With over 300 days of sunshine, and just 30 miles from Rocky Mountain National Park in the heart of northern Colorado, Loveland is an ideal community for anyone to call home. Known as the Sweetheart City, this vibrant cultural hub is home to nearly 500 sculptures and public art installations, the world-famous Valentine Remail Program, and picturesque views of the Rocky Mountains. The community is bustling with a thriving arts, brewery, foodie and shopping scene. Enjoy headliner concert and theatre productions, professional hockey events, endless community recreation and open space opportunities, art and sculpture shows, and several local festivals. Loveland also boasts an award-winning golf course and an inclusive library and community center. Loveland, Colorado has EVERYTHING YOU LOVE! In 2020, Loveland was the only Colorado City to win the Governor’s Award for Downtown Excellence, is the top residential recycling City in the state for 4 consecutive years and has been ranked as one of the top places to live, work and raise a family in the U.S. and as one of the Most Idyllic Picturesque towns in America. Apply today to join more than 800 employees who work to meet the core values of: Accountability & Integrity, Transparency & Honoring the Public Trust, Collaboration, Innovation, Safety, Excellent Service with Courtesy and Kindness. The City of Loveland is a diverse and welcoming community organization and our employees enjoy a competitive benefits program, various opportunities for growth and development, and an exceptional work-life balance. A vibrant community, surrounded by natural beauty, where you belong! Benefit Eligible Benefits Package Includes: Two (2) medical plans, Dental, Vision (for self/ spouse/ children) Employee Health & Wellness Center (self/family) Paid vacation, holidays, and medical leave Flexible spending including Dependent Care Life Insurance, AD&D, Short-term and Long-term disability, and voluntary Critical Illness Coverage Retirement 401a, 457, Roth (pre-& post tax) and company match Comprehensive Employee Assistance Program Voluntary 529 College Invest program Personal and Professional Development opportunities Free recreation passes Employee recognition program Exceptional work-life balance Market based pay & regular performance reviews Local Government employment is eligible for Public Loan Forgiveness Program This job description is not designed to contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee. The City of Loveland provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, genetic information, age, or any other status protected under federal, state, and/or local law. A driving record and comprehensive pre-employment criminal history background check, including fingerprint check will be obtained in order to clear for initial and ongoing employment.
CITY OF LOVELAND, COLORADO Loveland, CO, USA
Nov 22, 2022
Full Time
Performs a wide variety of analysis, design, testing, installation, integration, maintenance, operational support, troubleshooting, and training tasks for the City’s computer systems. This is a professional level, technically oriented position that requires the ability to continuously learn new technical skills and client information processes. The salary range for this position is $75,700- $117,300 per year with a hiring range of $75,700- $96,500, depending on qualifications and experience. Position will close to applicants on: Monday, December 12, 2022 at 12:00 P.M. M.S.T. This is a GREAT opportunity to be part of an experienced technology team in the support of enterprise and departmental applications in an exceptional municipal government. The team is responsible for a large portfolio of applications that provide services to a broad range of city departments. This position is the primary Analyst supporting the City's Utility Billing System, but may participate in the support of the full portfolio of organizational systems. This Business Analyst position will be responsible for supporting a range of applications, with a focus on those that serve Police, Municipal Court, and Fire. The Business Analyst fulfils a key role in the Information Technology Department's culture of collaboration, coordination, and accountability, providing technology services to an exceptional organization. This Analyst will work closely with the City Utility Billing Department in the support of a billing system that collects revenue for a wide range of services. Although Utility Billing experience would be preferred, experience in the support of larger customer information systems would be directly applicable to the skills necessary for this position. ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: Must have a thorough knowledge and understanding of the City’s software applications used in his/her area of responsibility and general knowledge and understanding of all supported applications, so that analysis of customer needs can be identified, analyzed, and communicated with appropriate vendor(s) as needed. Works directly with Staff from various Departments – analyzing present system capability, quick-response problem resolution, determining need/feasibility of developing new system features; and reviewing the quality of and implementing new system features. Develops scope of work for new programs, modifications and/or enhancements to existing applications. Manages, test, and implements these additions and changes. These tasks are all based on system requirements and departmental needs and are done with a modest set of established guidelines. Direct contact with 3rd party application vendors – to coordinate vendor release upgrades, resolution of system failures, definition of specifications for new system features, definition and scheduling training needs. Ensures maximum system availability to our IT clients by working weekends and/or evenings to install system and/or application changes. Performs periodic systems performance analysis and reports that information to the Applications Manager. Learns and uses operating system tools to effectively execute processes. Examples: project management tools, web services, queries or ad-hoc reporting tools, programming languages, client access tools, Microsoft Office tools, device control, database definition, object management, and system performance. Identifies backup requirements for applications, programs and data, and communicates those needs to appropriate IT personnel. Defines preliminary networking and computer equipment requirements to support new or enhanced applications. Assists with computer operations as needed for both our IT Staff and IT Clients. Position identifies training needs and coordinates and/or performs training. Involved with preparing time and cost estimates of proposed projects, which can have a substantial financial impact upon the City. Assists with vendor and/or product selections, which can have a substantial long term impact upon the City budget and process effectiveness. Occasionally performs delegated duties in the absence of Applications Manager. Works within defined IT support structure to achieve efficient technology implementation, service, and operations. OTHER JOB FUNCTIONS: May be responsible for SQL Server administrative tasks such as performing database backups, verifying backups, restoring databases, optimizing databases, and keeping database server/software current. JOB QUALIFICATIONS: Knowledge, skills and abilities: Knowledge of principles of project management and analysis/design of business applications and processes. Ability to analyze business processes and recommend technology to reinforce and improve efficiency or improve data integrity. Knowledge of use, capability, characteristics, limitations of computers and related equipment. Knowledge of personal computers and related software packages. Knowledge of database design and implementation techniques. Skill in problem solving. Ability to develop and write data reports using proprietary reporting tools, Microsoft SQL Server Reporting Services. Ability to write database queries using proprietary tools, and SQL. Ability to apply abstract thinking to programming and analysis. Ability to reason, communicate, and work effectively with IT Clients and IT Staff. Ability to provide training for IT Staff and IT Clients. Ability to read, interpret, and apply complex technical publications. Ability to manage multiple, concurrent tasks with frequent interruption. Accurate in the operation of a computer keyboard. Must have worked with a diversity of people in a coordinating, problem-solving environment. Core Competencies: Accountability, Integrity, Transparency & Honoring the Public Trust, Collaboration, Innovation, Safety, Excellent Service with Courtesy and Kindness Job specific competencies: Problem Solving, Project Management, Business Acumen, Communication, Technical Knowledge Education and/or experience: Bachelor’s degree in Information Systems or closely related field required, or an Associate’s degree in Information Systems or closely related field with minimum of two years additional and related experience. An equivalent combination of education and/or experience may substitute for education requirement on a year-for-year basis. Minimum of three (3) years analyst experience in addition to education. Experience with Windows (most current operating system) and Microsoft Office environments required. Licensure and/or certifications: Must possess a valid driver’s license. Material and equipment directly used: Personal computer, keyboard, telephone, copiers, facsimile machine, printers, scanners Working conditions and physical requirements: Work is in a standard office setting. Work is sometimes needed on evenings or weekends. Will be required to use a vehicle to get from one location to another. This job description is not designed to contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee. With over 300 days of sunshine, and just 30 miles from Rocky Mountain National Park in the heart of northern Colorado, Loveland is an ideal community for anyone to call home. Known as the Sweetheart City, this vibrant cultural hub is home to nearly 500 sculptures and public art installations, the world-famous Valentine Remail Program, and picturesque views of the Rocky Mountains. The community is bustling with a thriving arts, brewery, foodie and shopping scene. Enjoy headliner concert and theatre productions, professional hockey events, endless community recreation and open space opportunities, art and sculpture shows, and several local festivals. Loveland also boasts an award-winning golf course and an inclusive library and community center. Loveland, Colorado has EVERYTHING YOU LOVE! In 2020, Loveland was the only Colorado City to win the Governor’s Award for Downtown Excellence, is the top residential recycling City in the state for 4 consecutive years and has been ranked as one of the top places to live, work and raise a family in the U.S. and as one of the Most Idyllic Picturesque towns in America. Apply today to join more than 800 employees who work to meet the core values of: Accountability & Integrity, Transparency & Honoring the Public Trust, Collaboration, Innovation, Safety, Excellent Service with Courtesy and Kindness. The City of Loveland is a diverse and welcoming community organization and our employees enjoy a competitive benefits program, various opportunities for growth and development, and an exceptional work-life balance. A vibrant community, surrounded by natural beauty, where you belong! Benefit Eligible Benefits Package Includes: Two (2) medical plans, Dental, Vision (for self/ spouse/ children) Employee Health & Wellness Center (self/family) Paid vacation, holidays, and medical leave Flexible spending including Dependent Care Life Insurance, AD&D, Short-term and Long-term disability, and voluntary Critical Illness Coverage Retirement 401a, 457, Roth (pre-& post tax) and company match Comprehensive Employee Assistance Program Voluntary 529 College Invest program Personal and Professional Development opportunities Discounted recreation passes Employee recognition program Exceptional work-life balance Market based pay & regular performance reviews Local Government employment is eligible for Public Loan Forgiveness Program Reasonable accommodations will be made to enable qualified individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. The City of Loveland provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, genetic information, age, or any other status protected under federal, state, and/or local law. A driving record and criminal history background check will be obtained pre-employment.
CITY OF LOVELAND, COLORADO Loveland, CO, USA
Nov 22, 2022
Part Time
GENERAL PURPOSE: Teach preschool participants in a variety of licensed and non-licensed recreation programs (summer and school break mini-camps, themed Friday FUNdays, school-year preschool prep classes, Small Fries Preschool Lunch Bunch, etc.). Reports to Sr. Recreation Coordinator and under direct guidance and supervision of the Recreation Specialist for Preschool Programs. The salary range for this position is $12.56- $20.00 per hour depending on qualifications and experience. Position will remain open until filled. ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: Actively participate in the preparation, implementation, and clean-up of fun, safe and age-appropriate activities on a daily basis. Inspect classroom/program environment and equipment on a regular basis to ensure safety of participants and communicate repair or replacement needs to supervisor. Assist with overall planning and coordinating of age-appropriate lesson plans and creation of new class descriptions for brochures. Responsible for keeping current and accurate attendance records throughout programs. Assist with daily communication to parents regarding child’s experience in the program, behavior strategies, and needs for successful participation. Offer and instruct effective and age-appropriate conflict management and problem-solving strategies including positive reinforcement as needed. Attend and participate in all required staff trainings & meetings Respond calmly and appropriately in stressful, chaotic and emergency situations according to established procedures. Adhere to and implement all Small Fries, Chilson Center & City of Loveland policies and procedures, including any state or federal regulations for licensed school-aged day camps. OTHER JOB FUNCTIONS: May assist in the licensed school-aged Adventure Bound Day Camp program as assigned. May assist with drop-in childcare for guests of the Chilson Recreation Center. JOB QUALIFICATIONS: Knowledge, skills and abilities : Working knowledge of current Colorado state licensing child care regulations, developmentally-appropriate curriculum standards, and play-based teaching philosophies. Communicates effectively and diplomatically with participants of the programs, parents, co-workers and the general public. Uses independent, sound judgment to react quickly and appropriately in emergency situations. Exhibits patience and empathy when dealing with stressful situations. Must demonstrate competent organizational and planning skills. Ability to work independently, alongside a co-teacher, and as part of a team. Core Competencies: Accountability, Integrity, Transparency & Honoring the Public Trust, Collaboration, Innovation, Safety, Excellent Service with Courtesy and Kindness Job specific competencies : Action Oriented, Communication, Conflict Resolution, Leadership, Organizational Skills, Punctuality Education and/or experience : Must meet Colorado Assistant Early Childhood Teacher qualifications. Course work in Education, Recreation or Human Development & Family Services preferred. Minimum of 3 months (or 460 hours of verifiable) experience working with preschooler or toddlers preferred. Previous experience planning, teaching and supervising large group activities preferred. Licensure and/or certifications : Must currently possess or be able to successfully complete provided First Aid, CPR, and Standard Precautions certifications within 30 days of hire date and prior to working with children. If applicable, will be required to complete a provided Medication Administration Certification. Per state licensing requirements a medical statement signed and dated by a licensed physician or other health care professional, verifying good mental, physical, and emotional health appropriate for the position, dated no more than 6 months prior to employment or within thirty (30) calendar days after the date of employment is required. Material and equipment directly used : Athletic and recreational equipment, craft materials, printer, computer, telephone, photocopier. Working environment/physical activities : Performs the duties of this position in several different locations, in both inside and outside environments. May be exposed to dirt, sand, water and differing weather conditions. Bends, pushes, pulls, stoops, kneels, climbs, carries and lifts participants (up to 70 pounds) on a regular basis. May be exposed to noisy and stressful situations. Instructs and demonstrates various recreational activities, and is responsible for ensuring the safety of all participants in said activities by exhibiting and encouraging safe and proper use of equipment at all times. This job description is not designed to contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee. With over 300 days of sunshine, and just 30 miles from Rocky Mountain National Park in the heart of northern Colorado, Loveland is an ideal community for anyone to call home. Known as the Sweetheart City, this vibrant cultural hub is home to nearly 500 sculptures and public art installations, the world-famous Valentine Remail Program, and picturesque views of the Rocky Mountains. The community is bustling with a thriving arts, brewery, foodie and shopping scene. Enjoy headliner concert and theatre productions, professional hockey events, endless community recreation and open space opportunities, art and sculpture shows, and several local festivals. Loveland also boasts an award-winning golf course and an inclusive library and community center. Loveland, Colorado has EVERYTHING YOU LOVE! In 2020, Loveland was the only Colorado City to win the Governor’s Award for Downtown Excellence, is the top residential recycling City in the state for 4 consecutive years and has been ranked as one of the top places to live, work and raise a family in the U.S. and as one of the Most Idyllic Picturesque towns in America. Apply today to join more than 800 employees who work to meet the core values of: Accountability & Integrity, Transparency & Honoring the Public Trust, Collaboration, Innovation, Safety, Excellent Service with Courtesy and Kindness. The City of Loveland is a diverse and welcoming community organization and our employees enjoy a competitive benefits program, various opportunities for growth and development, and an exceptional work-life balance. A vibrant community, surrounded by natural beauty, where you belong! Non Benefit Eligible Benefits Package Includes: Retirement – 457 employee funded plan Medical Leave – Up to 48 hours accrued. Accrue 1 hour of leave per 30 hours worked Reasonable accommodations will be made to enable qualified individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. The City of Loveland provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, genetic information, age, or any other status protected under federal, state, and/or local law. A comprehensive pre-employment criminal history background check, including fingerprint check will be obtained in order to clear for initial and ongoing employment. Clearance from state, federal, sex offender and child abuse reporting background checks are required.
CITY OF LOVELAND, COLORADO Loveland, CO, USA
Nov 19, 2022
Full Time
Primarily prosecutes cases in and appeals from Municipal Court, particularly juvenile arraignments, adult arraignments, show cause hearings, pretrial conferences, and trial work. Provides legal representation and advice to the City, City boards and commissions, and City staff; and to perform such other duties and responsibilities as may be assigned by the City Attorney. The salary range for this position is $75,700 - $114,300 per year with a hiring range of $75,700 - $94,000 , depending on qualifications and experience. Position will close to applicants on: Monday December 5, 2022 at 12:00 P.M. M.S.T ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: The following duties and responsibilities are illustrative of the primary functions of this position and are not intended to be all-inclusive: Provides Municipal Court prosecution services. Such duties include, but are not limited to, meeting with defendants and their attorneys; meeting with police officers, code enforcement officials, witnesses and victims; responding to written motions of defendants; legal research and representing the City in appeals from Municipal Court. Represents the City in liquor licensing and other enforcement matters. Regularly drafts motions, notices, and proposed orders for Municipal Court and district court as needed. Jointly participates with the Municipal Court and Thompson School District in the Teen Court Program. Interprets federal, state and local laws, rulings, and regulations. Represents the City in negotiations in administrative and court proceedings. May attend City Council meetings, City management team meetings, and boards and commissions meetings, as needed or assigned. Provides legal advice to City departments and officials and various City boards and commissions. Prepares contracts, ordinances, resolutions and other legal documents. Reviews City contracts and other legal documents for legal sufficiency and potential legal implications. Identifies legal issues raised by City policies and practices, and recommends actions to address such issues. Performs professional legal work carrying the highest levels of volume, complexity, consequence, autonomy and responsibility. May perform legal research, write briefs, memorandum and opinions of law for the City Attorney, City Council, City boards and commissions, City staff, and in conjunction with litigation activities. Regularly informs the City Attorney of matters being handled as required. Performs such other duties as are assigned or required by the City Attorney. SUPERVISORY DUTIES: May supervise the work of law student attorney interns, as assigned or coordinated with other attorneys in the office. JOB QUALIFICATIONS : Knowledge, Skills & Abilities: The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skills and abilities to perform the necessary functions of this position and are not intended to be all-inclusive: Ability to make sound judgment and exhibit patience when dealing with stressful situations. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with co-workers, the Municipal Judge, Municipal Court staff, City Council, City staff, Municipal Court defendants and their attorneys, and the general public. Ability to keep constituents apprised of matters being handled as required. Good working knowledge of Colorado Municipal Court Rules of Procedure and the Colorado Rules of Evidence. General knowledge of the law. Specific knowledge of municipal law, other local government law, real property law, land use law, employment law, utility law, or similar areas relevant to a municipal practice. General knowledge of City organization and operations. Skill in legal writing and research. Ability to think creatively and participate in problem solving as a member of a collaborative and engaged legal team. Strong analytical skills. Ability to effectively communicate both verbally and in writing. Capable of appearing in Loveland Municipal Court to represent the City, litigating cases, conducting arraignments, and any other attendant duty of Loveland Municipal Court. Capable of appearing in state and federal court representing the interest of the City. Ability to use word processing and presentation software, and to conduct online legal research. Ability to work independently to protect the legal interests of the City and support the goals and objectives of the City Council, City Manager, and City Attorney. Ability to perform with integrity; demonstrate honesty and sensitivity to ethical issues; and avoid actual or apparent impropriety and/or conflicts of interest. Ability to exercise appropriate judgment, often under pressure, consistent with the highest levels of volume, complexity, consequence, autonomy, and responsibility attending the position. Establish and maintain effective working relationships with City staff and officials, co-workers and the public, and deal with problems timely, effectively, courteously, and tactfully. Ability to effectively manage a high volume of work. Core competencies : Accountability, Integrity, Transparency & Honoring the Public Trust, Collaboration, Innovation, Safety, Excellent Service with Courtesy and Kindness. Job specific competencies : Attention to Detail, Time Management, Problem Solving, Independence, Decision Making/Judgment. Education and/or experience: A law degree from an ABA-accredited U.S. law school is required. A minimum of two years of experience in criminal prosecution, criminal justice advising, municipal prosecution, administrative prosecution, criminal defense, or equivalent courtroom experience is required. Experience in any area of municipal law is preferred. Licensure and/or certifications: Must be licensed to actively practice law in the State of Colorado, or eligible to be licensed in Colorado via reciprocity within two weeks of hire, and be in good standing with the Colorado Supreme Court (and non-Colorado highest court/attorney regulation agency as applicable). Must possess a valid driver’s license. Material and equipment directly used: Telephone, copier, fax machine, computer, and computer-based software programs, including LexisNexis and Microsoft Office programs, are among the equipment and software used to perform this job. Working conditions and physical requirements: Performs the job functions primarily in an office and courtroom environment which may require long periods of sitting. Travel by car to and from meetings is necessary. Limited remote work opportunities provided. The work requires much mental effort, study, and concentration, and often under pressure of time and adverse consequences of error or failure. Working early morning, evening, holiday, and weekend hours is sometimes required. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to speak and hear and the demands on the visual senses are very high. Frequently required to stand and walk. Regularly required to use hands to finger, handle, or feel and required to reach with hands and arms. Occasionally lifts and/or positions up to 10 pounds. This job description is not designed to contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee. With over 300 days of sunshine, and just 30 miles from Rocky Mountain National Park in the heart of northern Colorado, Loveland is an ideal community for anyone to call home. Known as the Sweetheart City, this vibrant cultural hub is home to nearly 500 sculptures and public art installations, the world-famous Valentine Remail Program, and picturesque views of the Rocky Mountains. The community is bustling with a thriving arts, brewery, foodie and shopping scene. Enjoy headliner concert and theatre productions, professional hockey events, endless community recreation and open space opportunities, art and sculpture shows, and several local festivals. Loveland also boasts an award-winning golf course and an inclusive library and community center. Loveland, Colorado has EVERYTHING YOU LOVE! In 2020, Loveland was the only Colorado City to win the Governor’s Award for Downtown Excellence, is the top residential recycling City in the state for 4 consecutive years and has been ranked as one of the top places to live, work and raise a family in the U.S. and as one of the Most Idyllic Picturesque towns in America. Apply today to join more than 800 employees who work to meet the core values of: Accountability & Integrity, Transparency & Honoring the Public Trust, Collaboration, Innovation, Safety, Excellent Service with Courtesy and Kindness. The City of Loveland is a diverse and welcoming community organization and our employees enjoy a competitive benefits program, various opportunities for growth and development, and an exceptional work-life balance. A vibrant community, surrounded by natural beauty, where you belong! Benefit Eligible Benefits Package Includes: Two (2) medical plans, Dental, Vision (for self/ spouse/ children) Employee Health & Wellness Center (self/family) Paid vacation, holidays, and medical leave Flexible spending including Dependent Care Life Insurance, AD&D, Short-term and Long-term disability, and voluntary Critical Illness Coverage Retirement 401a, 457, Roth (pre-& post tax) and company match Comprehensive Employee Assistance Program Voluntary 529 College Invest program Personal and Professional Development opportunities Discounted recreation passes Employee recognition program Exceptional work-life balance Market based pay & regular performance reviews Local Government employment is eligible for Public Loan Forgiveness Program Reasonable accommodations will be made to enable qualified individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of this job. The City of Loveland provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, genetic information, age, or any other status protected under federal, state, and/or local law. A driving record and criminal history background check will be obtained pre-employment.
CITY OF LOVELAND, COLORADO Loveland, CO, USA
Nov 18, 2022
Part Time
GENERAL PURPOSE: Provides quality instruction of arts/culture/history for cultural classes, camps, tours, programs and activities for the benefit of all ages of participants. The days of work and hours will vary with each program. This position will report to the Curator of Education. The salary range for this position is $19.00- $48.00 depending on qualifications and experience. Position(s) will remain open until filled. ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: Instruct participants in class, camp or program; develop and implement age appropriate lesson plans; be prepared to lead tours of art/history or other exhibits, as the exhibit may pertain to the lesson or program; participate in required training; inspect classroom/program environment and equipment to ensure safety, handle emergencies according to established procedures; complete administrative tasks such as skill assessment of participants, attendance sheets, class or program evaluations, timesheets; prepare and submit class descriptions for brochures and other promotional materials; assess supplies and provide supply lists; and provide make-up sessions as required. Print Making Instructor- This instructor would focus on programming and teaching printmaking in our brand new print shop. This person must be familiar with printmaking processes, printing press operation and shop safety. The Print Shop features a 40x72 floor model, hand operated Takach etching press, a table-top press, and several work stations. Class days and times will vary. Youth Class Instructor - This Instructor would focus on youth art classes for ages toddler through teen, and also kid/adult classes. Classes are typically held in the evenings or on Saturdays during the school year, during the day on school breaks, and during the summer as 3-day camps. Prior K-12 art classroom experience a plus. Adult Class Instructor- This instructor would focus on fine art classes for adults 16 and older. Classes offered at the Museum for adults range in media and skill levels. The ideal candidate would be able to teach a variety of media to beginners and to skilled students. Classes are typically offered during weekday days and evenings, and on Saturdays. Shifts: Hours for instructors depend on classes scheduled and if they meet minimum enrollment. Most Museum instructors work an average of about 3-5 hours per week, but some weeks may have more hours and some may have less. OTHER JOB FUNCTIONS: Other duties as assigned. JOB QUALIFICATIONS: Knowledge, skills and abilities : Knowledge of specific art media or cultural topic required. Must have previous experience leading in a classroom or presentation setting with children and/or adults. Strong oral and written communication skills required. Ability to work with a diverse group of people effectively and diplomatically. Strong customer service skills required. The ability to handle difficult situations involving participants with patience, good judgment, discipline and diplomacy is required. Must demonstrate competent organizational and planning skills. Ability to instruct or present in an outdoor setting if necessary. Education and/or experience : Minimum of four (4) years previous experience leading/teaching adult and/or children’s art and culture activities. Course work in art, culture, anthropology, education or related field preferred. Previous participation in and sound knowledge of the specific lesson activity required. Licensure and/or certifications : First Aid and C.P.R. certification preferred. Core Competencies: Accountability, Integrity, Transparency & Honoring the Public Trust, Collaboration, Innovation, Safety, Excellent Service with Courtesy and Kindness Material and equipment directly used : Audio-visual equipment, art supplies, office supplies, telephone, copy machine, cleaning supplies Working conditions and physical requirements : Must be able to physically lead and demonstrate the skill and/or activity. Will be required to work varied hours, including evenings and weekends. May require pushing, pulling, stooping, kneeling, crouching, climbing, positioning and moving equipment necessary for the activity. The incumbent in this position must possess the strength and stamina to perform strenuous physical activity. This job description is not designed to contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee. With over 300 days of sunshine, and just 30 miles from Rocky Mountain National Park in the heart of northern Colorado, Loveland is an ideal community for anyone to call home. Known as the Sweetheart City, this vibrant cultural hub is home to nearly 500 sculptures and public art installations, the world-famous Valentine Remail Program, and picturesque views of the Rocky Mountains. The community is bustling with a thriving arts, brewery, foodie and shopping scene. Enjoy headliner concert and theatre productions, professional hockey events, endless community recreation and open space opportunities, art and sculpture shows, and several local festivals. Loveland also boasts an award-winning golf course and an inclusive library and community center. Loveland, Colorado has EVERYTHING YOU LOVE! In 2020, Loveland was the only Colorado City to win the Governor’s Award for Downtown Excellence, is the top residential recycling City in the state for 4 consecutive years and has been ranked as one of the top places to live, work and raise a family in the U.S. and as one of the Most Idyllic Picturesque towns in America. Apply today to join more than 800 employees who work to meet the core values of: Accountability & Integrity, Transparency & Honoring the Public Trust, Collaboration, Innovation, Safety, Excellent Service with Courtesy and Kindness. The City of Loveland is a diverse and welcoming community organization and our employees enjoy a competitive benefits program, various opportunities for growth and development, and an exceptional work-life balance. A vibrant community, surrounded by natural beauty, where you belong! Non Benefit Eligible Benefits Package Includes: Retirement – 457 employee funded plan Medical Leave – Up to 48 hours accrued. Accrue 1 hour of leave per 30 hours worked Reasonable accommodations will be made to enable qualified individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. The City of Loveland provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, genetic information, age, or any other status protected under federal, state, and/or local law. A comprehensive pre-employment criminal history background check, including fingerprint check will be obtained in order to clear for initial and ongoing employment.
CITY OF LOVELAND, COLORADO Loveland, CO, USA
Nov 11, 2022
Full Time
General Purpose City of Loveland Economic Development leads the economic vitality efforts for the city and participates in the Northern Colorado regional economic efforts. The department works with regional leaders at city, county and state organizations and the Chamber of Commerce. Under the general direction of the Economic Development Director, performs a variety of professional administrative, analysis, and programmatic duties. Work requires exercise of discretion in daily activities. Requires extensive knowledge of administrative policies, procedures and operations. The hiring range for this position is $ 24.04 - $ 28.85 , depending on qualifications and experience. The first reading of applications will take place on: Wednesday, 11/23/22 at 12:00 P.M. M.S.T. Essential Functions Assists in implementing departmental goals, policies and procedures, monitor effectiveness and make revisions and recommendations. Assists with special projects involving research, gathering and compiling data, preparing reports, information and summarizing results. Assists with calendar management. Requires frequent and ongoing coordination with staff and key stakeholders. Assists with preparation of agenda items for City Council and related materials. Ensures all City Council related materials are submitted by due date. Manages travel arrangements and purchases. Provides front line response to public, staff and stakeholders. Maintains confidential records, correspondence and information. Responsible to protect and maintain confidentiality of information. Participates in meetings and prepares agendas and minutes. Processes, tracks and manages contracts, including requests for proposals, business assistant/incentive agreements, sponsorship and grant agreements. Processes invoices, purchase orders, purchase card transactions, vendor setups and payroll. Works closely with Director to manage department budget, reporting, year-end wrap up, mid-year appropriation and annual budget cycle inputs. Works closely with Director to oversee the economic incentives fund to include ongoing reconciliation and ad hoc reports. Prepares annual Finance narratives for active business assistance agreements. Responds to Colorado Open Records Act requests and maintains department records in accordance with the City’s record retention policies. Other Job Functions Serve as Department liaison to the Municipal Complex Safety Committee Coordinate cross departmentally on staff projects Participates on ad hoc internal committees> Performs other duties as assigned Knowledge, Skills & Abilities Required Read, analyze and interpret complex documents. Respond effectively to sensitive inquiries, complaints. Work effectively in a fast-paced environment with a multitude of requests, interruptions and varied deadlines. Must be skilled in meeting and event coordination. Accomplish tasks with minimal supervision and with only general directions. QUALIFICATIONS - EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE Work Experience Three years of progressively responsible administrative support experience in the essential functions of the position required. Proficiency with software, systems and computers. Demonstrated knowledge of office procedures including accounting, bookkeeping and data entry. LEVEL OF PHYSICAL EFFORT Minimal physical effort typically found in clerical work. Primarily sedentary, may occasionally lift and carry light objects. Walking and/or standing as needed and minimal. PHYSICAL WORKING ENVIRONMENT Minimal exposure to hazards are typically found in general office environment where there is rarely to no exposure to injury or accident Exposure to routine office noise and equipment This job description is not designed to contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee. With over 300 days of sunshine, and just 30 miles from Rocky Mountain National Park in the heart of northern Colorado, Loveland is an ideal community for anyone to call home. Known as the Sweetheart City, this vibrant cultural hub is home to nearly 500 sculptures and public art installations, the world-famous Valentine Remail Program, and picturesque views of the Rocky Mountains. The community is bustling with a thriving arts, brewery, foodie and shopping scene. Enjoy headliner concert and theatre productions, professional hockey events, endless community recreation and open space opportunities, art and sculpture shows, and several local festivals. Loveland also boasts an award-winning golf course and an inclusive library and community center. Loveland, Colorado has EVERYTHING YOU LOVE! In 2020, Loveland was the only Colorado City to win the Governor’s Award for Downtown Excellence, is the top residential recycling City in the state for 4 consecutive years and has been ranked as one of the top places to live, work and raise a family in the U.S. and as one of the Most Idyllic Picturesque towns in America. Apply today to join more than 800 employees who work to meet the core values of: Accountability & Integrity, Transparency & Honoring the Public Trust, Collaboration, Innovation, Safety, Excellent Service with Courtesy and Kindness. The City of Loveland is a diverse and welcoming community organization and our employees enjoy a competitive benefits program, various opportunities for growth and development, and an exceptional work-life balance. A vibrant community, surrounded by natural beauty, where you belong! Benefit Eligible Benefits Package Includes: Two (2) medical plans, Dental, Vision (for self/ spouse/ children) Employee Health & Wellness Center (self/family) Paid vacation, holidays, and medical leave Flexible spending including Dependent Care Life Insurance, AD&D, Short-term and Long-term disability, and voluntary Critical Illness Coverage Retirement 401a, 457, Roth (pre-& post tax) and company match Comprehensive Employee Assistance Program Voluntary 529 College Invest program Personal and Professional Development opportunities Discounted recreation passes Employee recognition program Exceptional work-life balance Market based pay & regular performance reviews Local Government employment is eligible for Public Loan Forgiveness Program Reasonable accommodations will be made to enable qualified individuals with disabi lities to perform the essential functions The City of Loveland provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, genetic information, age, or any other status protected under federal, state, and/or local law. A criminal history background check will be obtained pre-employment.
CITY OF LOVELAND, COLORADO Loveland, CO, USA
Nov 11, 2022
Full Time
The Community Education and Engagement Specialist is responsible for developing, implementing, and presenting fire, health and life safety risk reduction education programs to a variety of individual citizens and groups in the community. This position is non-exempt and works under the direction of the Battalion Chief of Emergency Management. Salary Information : The salary range for this position is $30.77 - $46.15 per hour, with a hiring range of $30.77 - $38.46 per hour , depending on qualifications and experience. Benefit Information: At LFRA, we recognize the importance of providing a comprehensive benefits program in an effort to help you and your family members maintain your health and well-being. Retirement:Defined contribution plan through MissionSquare and optional 457 plan Life and Accidental Death & Dismemberment Insurance:Up to 1.5 times annual salary Voluntary Supplemental Life Insurance for employees and eligible dependents Medical Insurance:Three (3) medical options available through Colorado Employers Benefits Trust (CEBT)/United Healthcare Dental Insurance:Dental plan available through CEBT/Delta Dental of Colorado Vision Insurance:Vision plan available through CEBT/VSP Mental Well-Being:Staff Psychologist, Peer Support Team & Employee Assistance Programs Leave Programs:Vacation, medical, holiday, bereavement, and more Disability Leave:Short- and Long-term disability plans Other Benefits:Flexible spending plans, tuition reimbursement, travel assistance, Chilson Recreation Center discount Specifically, this position: Develops and implements age appropriate life/fire safety, disaster preparedness and resilience curriculums throughout the community; while appraising and altering programs based on community demands. Develops and provides educational opportunities in schools, adult education programs, healthcare facilities and throughout the community at large; programs will range from life/fire safety education, disaster preparedness and large multi-agencies community events. Provides public engagement in non-traditional settings including demonstrations such as fire extinguisher operation and escape plans. Promotes LFRA Fire Safety education programs in coordination and collaboration with the Fire Marshal based on community trends and response / fire cause data. Is the initial point of contact and coordinator for all public education requests for the LFRA. The Community Education & Engagement Specialist must have: The ability to communicate clearly and concisely, both verbally and in writing to a variety of audiences. The ability to work with people in difficult and uncomfortable situations. The ability to maintain sensitive and confidential information. The knowledge and ability to plan and develop educational curricula to meet identified needs. The knowledge of public fire and life safety education and prevention issues, as well as community risk reduction and disaster preparedness programs and methods. Advanced skills in the preparation and delivery of public presentations. Knowledge in the basic operation of multi-media and audio-visual equipment. Bilingual oral and written communication skills (English/Spanish) - preferred . Qualifications: Valid driver’s license with a safe driving record Fire and Life Safety Educator Level 1 within 1 year of hire date Child Passenger Safety Technician within 1 year of hire date ICS 300/700 within 1 year of hire date Youth Fire Setting Prevention & Intervention Level 1 within 2 years of hire date Preferred Education: Higher education in instruction development and presentation. Preferred Experience: Experience providing Public Education 3 years providing in-person instruction/teaching with an emphasis on public speaking 1-3 years working with at-risk individuals Experience with Community risk reduction programs and methods Fire service, or other public safety experience Please click here to review the complete Community Education & Engagement Specialist job description. Recruitment Timeline (LFRA reserves the right to alter any recruitment process without notice) 12/5 at 12:00pm M.S.T Application Deadline 12/12 and 12/13 Interviews 12/16/23 Offer extended 1/3/23 Desired start date An offer of employment is contingent upon the successful completion of a pre-employment driving record and criminal background check.
CITY OF LOVELAND, COLORADO Loveland, CO, USA
Nov 10, 2022
Full Time
This position is a key facilitator of HRIS performance, responsible for a wide variety of technical and customer service duties. Under general supervision, provides implementation, support and maintenance of the Human Resource Information System (HRIS). Administration and responsive system support include: data management, business process configuration, reporting, and system role/user security. The HRIS Analyst is responsible for data entry accuracy, problem solving, auditing, troubleshooting and resolving system and data errors. The salary range for this position is $22.31 - $32.40 per hour with a hiring range of $22.31 - $27.36, depending on qualifications and experience. We are currently looking for a motivated HRIS Analyst to join the City of Loveland team.The Human Resources department is looking for a self-starter with the ability to collaborate and motivate with many partners across the city. This position offers exciting possibilities to support the community, advance our employee experience, and will have ample opportunity to make an impact across the organization. The ideal candidate will have excellent communication and analytical skills with a commitment to teamwork and the ability to proficiently analyze information systems. ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: Provides responsive system, process, and technical support to HRIS module program leads, employees, and managers to troubleshoot and resolve system issues and errors, security concerns, or workflow issues between the HRIS modules. Leads bi-weekly meetings with HRIS account representatives and manages outstanding HRIS issues through resolution. HR system administration, including business process configuration, reporting development, end-user training, system communication, and data management in support of maintaining the platform. Processes and maintains accurate data entry and data uploads with additional focus on improving data entry methods. Including data integrity and entry of new hires, exits, benefits and status changes. Responsible for the tracking of medical leaves of absences including Short Term Disability, Family Medical Leave Act, and Worker’s Compensation. Includes customer service and support for employees and managers involved. Maintains functional understanding of all modules and system configuration while partnering with HRIS module leads to plan, test, and audit system functionality. Facilitates timely execution of regularly scheduled system processes Owns and coordinates communication of system enhancements and outages within organization. Tracks and collaborates with module leads to determine process improvements as enhancements are available. Prepares and writes a variety of general to complex reports/dashboards a using the Business Intelligence (Cognos Analytics) reporting tool, including performing automation and scheduling and responding to ad hoc requests to support people and workforce analytics. Consults with supervisor on system development plans and roadmap. Assists in reviewing HR processes and activities and recommends solutions and improvements to system workflow, configuration, and business processes. Drives and implements the decisions/directed changes to processes and configuration. Creates and maintains systems documentation including business process flows (BPF), Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs), test case scenarios, and end-user guides. Assists in the development of HRIS training materials. Supports the planning, development and execution of system and data audits, including maintaining system roles and security access to ensure data confidentiality. Assists HR in advocacy of change management practices, collaborates on configuration decisions and leads the tactical execution of configuration, testing, and implementation activities for HRIS projects. Stays up-to-date on vendor products to stay current on new and existing HRIS functionality. Collaborates on and considers future product capabilities in current designs. Other Job Functions: Processeschanges and communicates with employees regarding benefit enrollment status and functions as primary backup for benefit/retirement elections/enrollment system. Other duties and special projects as assigned. SUPERVISORY DUTIES: None JOB QUALIFICATIONS: Knowledge, skills and abilities: Working knowledge of HR, Payroll, and/or Finance information systems, including experience in configuration, system design, and day-to-day maintenance and administration. Learned proficiency in HRIS modules: HR Core/Payroll, Recruiting, Perception, Benefits, Career & Performance Management, Learning, Time Management. Ability to understand the business requirements, user needs, and translate them into operational requirements. Ability to learn city policies and applicable Federal employment laws. Proven ability to collect, organize, analyze, enter, and disseminate complex and confidential information with attention to detail and high degree of accuracy. Must possess a high level of customer service skills that enables incumbent to communicate in a positive, friendly and professional manner with citizens, City staff and co-workers. Ability to discern and maintain confidentiality. Ability to prioritize workload and execute tasks independently, providing timely follow-up and resolution, and meet changing needs. Strong problem solving, troubleshooting, and analytical skills. Must have knowledge and experience with Human Resource Information Systems and MS Office applications, including Outlook, Word, and Excel. Must have competent language skills, including a thorough knowledge of spelling, punctuation, grammar, and business English. Ability to read and follow written and oral instructions. Accurately and promptly, input data that allows for completion of projects in a timely manner. Must be flexible, dependable, and able to work in a fast-paced environment with frequent interruptions and strict deadlines. Core Competencies: Accountability, Integrity, Transparency & Honoring the Public Trust, Collaboration, Innovation, Safety, Excellent Service with Courtesy and Kindness Job specific competencies: Attention to detail, initiative, organizational skills Education and/or experience: Requires three (3) years of experience supporting Human Resources Operations and administering HR systems or comparable Software as a Service (Saas) system. Previous experience in UKG (Ultimate Software) highly desired. Bachelor’s degree in business or related field preferred. An equivalent combination of education and/or experience may substitute for education requirement on a year-for-year basis. Licensure and/or certifications: None Material and equipment directly used: Multi-line telephone system, fax machine, calculator, personal computer, HRIS system, scanning, printer, copy machine Working conditions and physical requirements: Typical office environment which requires sitting at a desk or standing at the front counter, reaching and repetitive keyboard motion. Stooping, bending, pushing, pulling, kneeling, moving and positioning (up to approximately 15 pounds) required. Must be able to work well in tense and/or busy situations. Must be able to occasionally leave the area for meetings and/or delivery of information. This job description is not designed to contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee. With over 300 days of sunshine, and just 30 miles from Rocky Mountain National Park in the heart of northern Colorado, Loveland is an ideal community for anyone to call home. Known as the Sweetheart City, this vibrant cultural hub is home to nearly 500 sculptures and public art installations, the world-famous Valentine Remail Program, and picturesque views of the Rocky Mountains. The community is bustling with a thriving arts, brewery, foodie and shopping scene. Enjoy headliner concert and theatre productions, professional hockey events, endless community recreation and open space opportunities, art and sculpture shows, and several local festivals. Loveland also boasts an award-winning golf course and an inclusive library and community center. Loveland, Colorado has EVERYTHING YOU LOVE! In 2020, Loveland was the only Colorado City to win the Governor’s Award for Downtown Excellence, is the top residential recycling City in the state for 4 consecutive years and has been ranked as one of the top places to live, work and raise a family in the U.S. and as one of the Most Idyllic Picturesque towns in America. Apply today to join more than 800 employees who work to meet the core values of: Accountability & Integrity, Transparency & Honoring the Public Trust, Collaboration, Innovation, Safety, Excellent Service with Courtesy and Kindness. The City of Loveland is a diverse and welcoming community organization and our employees enjoy a competitive benefits program, various opportunities for growth and development, and an exceptional work-life balance. A vibrant community, surrounded by natural beauty, where you belong! Benefit Eligible Benefits Package Includes: Two (2) medical plans, Dental, Vision (for self/ spouse/ children) Employee Health & Wellness Center (self/family) Paid vacation, holidays, and medical leave Flexible spending including Dependent Care Life Insurance, AD&D, Short-term and Long-term disability, and voluntary Critical Illness Coverage Retirement 401a, 457, Roth (pre-& post tax) and company match Comprehensive Employee Assistance Program Voluntary 529 College Invest program Personal and Professional Development opportunities Discounted recreation passes Employee recognition program Exceptional work-life balance Market based pay & regular performance reviews Local Government employment is eligible for Public Loan Forgiveness Program Reasonable accommodations will be made to enable qualified individuals with disabilities to perform the essential duties. The City of Loveland provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, genetic information, age, or any other status protected under federal, state, and/or local law. A criminal history background check will be obtained pre-employment.
CITY OF LOVELAND, COLORADO Loveland, CO, USA
Nov 08, 2022
Full Time
Performs all necessary technical and physical functions needed to operate and maintain the treatment processes and equipment of the treatment plant under the guidance and direction of the Water Treatment Manager and Lead Plant Operator. The salary range for this position is $22.00- $34.00 per hour, depending on qualifications and experience. Exceptions may be made to this range for the extraordinarily qualified candidate. First reading of applications on: Monday, November 28, 2022. For full consideration, please submit a resume and a cover letter At Loveland Water & Power, the culture is one that fosters open communication and development of its staff. This is an opportunity to contribute to a growing utility and participate on a team that thrives on development and public service. Water treatment positions offer very diverse exposure to projects and facilities. The overall goal of the department is to protect environmental health; both in how it provides safe drinking water to Loveland’s 80,000 residents, and in how it protects downstream river quality. With a diversity of facilities, there is a lot going on, with various pumping, treatment, storage, distribution, and collection at the facilities. Some highlights of this position: Recession-proof career path Exciting career, stable environment, lots of different opportunities Be a part of a team with a common goal Good benefits Beautiful environment – new construction updated/renovated/modernized facility March 2023 No rotational shifts – stable schedule. 24/7/365 operation. Ability to get involved in other duties and projects (helping us refine treatment processes, overcome future obstacles in the field, troubleshooting in an evolving field). Proactive in water quality improvements. navigate seasonal changes with sourcewater to provide a steady source of potable water by looking into state of the art water quality improvements. Training will be provided for selected uncertified operators. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Monitors parameters, flows and equipment while performing plant rounds. Assists in using accepted methods to produce the highest water quality in an economical manner. Reacts to impending process problems in a timely and proper manner. Assists personnel in meeting target parameters. Monitors treatment efficiencies by performing and participating in all testing and sampling schedules with accepted techniques and at scheduled times. Interprets test results and makes process adjustments and changes to optimize treatment processes. Trains and assists less experienced staff as needed with operation of the treatment plant. Performs calculations based on test results. Gathers all pertinent operational information and communicates this information to on-site staff and subsequent shifts staff. Keeps all records of parameters and accurate results up to date and neat. Generates reports on energy usage or conservation, process parameters, and other subjects. Maintains graphs and trend charts in a neat and current condition. Enters data into computer accurately and on time. Records operational changes, observations and completed jobs daily. Maintains cleanliness in laboratory. Performs maintenance and calibration of laboratory and on-line treatment plant equipment and field devices. Collaborates with co-workers, Lead Plant Operator and Water Treatment Manager to embrace a team effort at all times to maintain operation of the treatment plant. Maintains all applicable data acquisition, records and archives. Ability to work independently with little or no supervision. Required to work various shifts including nights and weekends as needed. OTHER JOB FUNCTIONS: Performs duties as necessary to act as Lead Plant Operator during absences of the Lead Plant Operator. Plant Operator A level individuals may act as Operator in Responsible Charge (ORC), as mandated by Colorado State Certification Board and City of Loveland WTP Operating Plan. SUPERVISORY DUTIES: None JOB QUALIFICATIONS: Knowledge, skills and abilities: Thorough knowledge of methods, equipment and procedures used in water analysis. Must have experience and knowledge of SCADA and HMI systems. Knowledge of mathematics, sciences and regulatory standards relative to water discharge standards for the City’s NPDES discharge permit and / or water quality standards. Ability to apply logic of the scientific methods to solve problems encountered in laboratory testing. Ability to assimilate and interpret scientific data as required for the methodologies utilized. Ability to effectively train personnel in operations and lab procedures and techniques orally and in writing. Ability to perform all instrument calibrations, sampling and testing procedures, such as turbidity, pH, chlorine residual, fluoride, alkalinity, aluminum, etc. used in water treatment. Must have knowledge of water construction, rehabilitation, specifications and safety practices. Ability to understand design/construction drawings and provide review comments and discussions with Water and Power staff, engineers, and contractors. Ability to perform flow, dosage, loading and other applicable calculations manually. Maintains effective working relations with co-workers and supervisor. Core Competencies: Accountability, Integrity, Transparency & Honoring the Public Trust, Collaboration, Innovation, Safety, Excellent Service with Courtesy and Kindness Job specific competencies: Job Expertise; Problem Solving; Reporting; Maintenance; Coaching Education, and/or experience: High school diploma or general education degree (GED) required. Specialized training or education in treatment plant operation is required as to satisfy the certification requirements below and as listed per Colorado Regulation 100. Licensure and/or Certifications*: The City of Loveland requires all water operators to hold at least a State of Colorado Class C Water Operator Certification. Newly-hired operators who do not hold at least a Class C Water Operator Certification must obtain one according to the following schedule*: State of Colorado Class D Water Operators Certification – must be obtained within 6 months of date of hire . State of Colorado Class C Water Operators Certification – must be obtained within 36 months of hire date or from receiving a State of Colorado Class D Water Operators Certification. Plant Operator D - Must obtain and keep current from the State of Colorado a Class D Water Operator Certification. Plant Operator C - Must obtain and keep current from the State of Colorado a Class C Water Operator Certification. Note: All operators are encouraged to obtain a Class B or Class A Water Operator Certification. Plant Operator B - Must obtain and keep current from the State of Colorado a Class B Water Operator Certification. Plant Operator A - Must obtain and keep current from the State of Colorado a Class A Water Operator Certification. * The referenced certification eligibility schedule may be adjusted or extended as needed to address State of Colorado Regulation 100, certification testing cycles and/or other mitigating factors as determined by the Director of Water and Power. Material and equipment directly used: Telephone, two-way radio, personal computer equipment, calculator, vehicle, safety equipment, breathing apparatus, laboratory equipment and instrumentation. Working conditions and physical requirements: Work is performed in a laboratory, office, and industrial plant environment. Tasks will involve climbing ladders, stairs and steps, traversing catwalk grating, pushing, pulling, bending, stooping and kneeling on a frequent basis, and working in confined spaces. Work may also require working outside in all weather conditions and at all times of the day. Work may involve coming into regular and sometimes long-term contact with bacteria and odorous, infectious and obnoxious material. Work will involve performing sampling, equipment and instrument calibration and maintenance, often in difficult areas to access. Strenuous physical work involving moving, positioning, pushing, pulling or manipulating objects up to 150 pounds occasionally and/or moving, positioning and carrying loads of up to 50 pounds upstairs and loading on four-foot high surfaces frequently. Manual dexterity is required to complete work tasks through safe and proper operation of power and hand tools. Ability to inspect and determine status of equipment and unit processes using audio, visual, aromatic and tactile indicators. Ability to use gas monitoring equipment, safety tripod and harness and any other required safety equipment for entering either permit or non-permit required confined spaces. Ability to work unsupervised and alone on day, swing, and night shifts. Ability to respond to audio alarms and phone calls. Plant Operator A mandatory On-Call rotation will include after-hour and weekend work. Must be available while On-Call by cellular phone 24 hours a day. Must respond within 45-minutes to 3152 North County Road 29. This job description is not designed to contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee. With over 300 days of sunshine, and just 30 miles from Rocky Mountain National Park in the heart of northern Colorado, Loveland is an ideal community for anyone to call home. Known as the Sweetheart City, this vibrant cultural hub is home to nearly 500 sculptures and public art installations, the world-famous Valentine Remail Program, and picturesque views of the Rocky Mountains. The community is bustling with a thriving arts, brewery, foodie and shopping scene. Enjoy headliner concert and theatre productions, professional hockey events, endless community recreation and open space opportunities, art and sculpture shows, and several local festivals. Loveland also boasts an award-winning golf course and an inclusive library and community center. Loveland, Colorado has EVERYTHING YOU LOVE! In 2020, Loveland was the only Colorado City to win the Governor’s Award for Downtown Excellence, is the top residential recycling City in the state for 4 consecutive years and has been ranked as one of the top places to live, work and raise a family in the U.S. and as one of the Most Idyllic Picturesque towns in America. Apply today to join more than 800 employees who work to meet the core values of: Accountability & Integrity, Transparency & Honoring the Public Trust, Collaboration, Innovation, Safety, Excellent Service with Courtesy and Kindness. The City of Loveland is a diverse and welcoming community organization and our employees enjoy a competitive benefits program, various opportunities for growth and development, and an exceptional work-life balance. A vibrant community, surrounded by natural beauty, where you belong! Benefit Eligible Benefits Package Includes: Two (2) medical plans, Dental, Vision (for self/ spouse/ children) Employee Health & Wellness Center (self/family) Paid vacation, holidays, and medical leave Flexible spending including Dependent Care Life Insurance, AD&D, Short-term and Long-term disability, and voluntary Critical Illness Coverage Retirement 401a, 457, Roth (pre-& post tax) and company match Comprehensive Employee Assistance Program Voluntary 529 College Invest program Personal and Professional Development opportunities Discounted recreation passes Employee recognition program Exceptional work-life balance Market based pay & regular performance reviews Local Government employment is eligible for Public Loan Forgiveness Program Reasonable accommodations will be made to enable qualified individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. The City of Loveland provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, genetic information, age, or any other status protected under federal, state, and/or local law. A driving record and criminal history background check will be obtained pre-employment.
CITY OF LOVELAND, COLORADO Loveland, CO, USA
Nov 04, 2022
Full Time
For full consideration, you must submit a resume and cover letter, along with your application. Position will close to applications on: Monday, December 5, 2022 The Network Engineer performs a variety of complex tasks in analysis, design, testing, installation, monitoring, integration and maintenance, and maintaining the health and security of all network services and associated systems of the fiber network. This position is responsible for the design, configuration, operation, enhancement, and troubleshooting of a large, complex city government enterprise network and advanced fiber-based Triple Play services network. and other networks such as GPON, Carrier Ethernet, MPLS, and DWDM networks.The salary range for this position is $66,000- $102,400 per year with a hiring range of $66,000 - $84,200 , depending on qualifications and experience. Pulse is a trusted local utility committed to connecting the Loveland community. We provide reliable connections our residents need, backed by exceptional customer service and fair rates. Established in 2018, Pulse is an investment in our local economy. We are continuing to build our Pulse team and looking for talented people to make our vision a reality for all of Loveland. We are looking for innovative, creative and passionate staff members that are excited to be a part of our journey. ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: Perform extensive design, configuration, deployment, management, maintenance and troubleshooting in GPON and Active Ethernet fiber switching technologies, OLTs, ONTs, various wireless technologies (such as WiFi, WiMax and PTP Microwave), switches and routers, firewalls, VPN concentrators, and servers. Translate customer requirements into feasible solutions and work with teammates and cross-functional teams to design, plan, communicate, and implement those solutions. Plans and designs local and wide area data and voice (converged network) communications connectivity. Serve as a liaison with outside vendors, local key accounts, and service providers on technical issues relating to networking equipment, servers, transport, and connectivity. Maintain the health and operations of all networks, servers, and services. Maximizes network performance by monitoring performance; troubleshooting network problems and outages; scheduling upgrades; collaborating on network optimization. Documents network problems and resolution for future reference. Review, research, and resolve complex problems relating to network and server installation, integration, security, configuration, and monitoring. Participate in an on-call rotation to support the network operations center and technical service representatives. Develop and document system standards and provide documentation of all new and existing logical and physical networks and infrastructure. Review and monitor connectivity, project development, adherence to networking standards, and thorough testing produced by network contractors, vendors, and staff for quality control. Upgrades network hardware and software components as required. Designs, analyzes and manages enterprise network including installation, maintenance, and security of LAN/WAN. Assists with routing and switching configurations changes as part of day-to-day operational support or planned/engineered changes Complete special projects as assigned. OTHER JOB FUNCTIONS: Participate on various information services committees. Perform other duties as assigned and required. Provide technical support to colleagues within engineering and network operations Upgrades network hardware and software components as required Participates in various network projects in the areas of project engineering, scheduling, equipment upgrades and copper or fiber optics installation. Assists with research, evaluation and implementation of new network technologies and tools. Assists with maintaining technical standards for network operations Creation of network documentation and diagrams SUPERVISORY DUTIES: Provides escalation support for Technical Service Representatives. This position does not directly supervise other empoyees. JOB QUALIFICATIONS: Knowledge, skills and abilities: Knowledge of ISP, WAN, or similar network environment Established experience with configuring and managing routers, layer 2/3 switches, and wireless devices (access points, stations and PTP equipment) Established experience with GPON, Active Ethernet, OLTs, and FTTP hardware Thorough knowledge of and experience with the following: Advanced network protocols such as ARP, IPv4/v6, ICMPv4/v6, OSPFv2/v3, DHCPv4/v6, DNS, NAT, and QoS Network loop prevention, load balancing and redundant services such as SVI, VTP, RSTP, VRRP, SRRP, GLBP, Multi-Chassis sync, iBGP/eBGP tuning attributes Advanced layer 2/3 network services such VPLS, VRF/VPRN, Classes of Services, and Service Flow Through provisioning) Transport and access technologies including MPLS, IPSEC/GRE, MEF Carrier Ethernet, DWDM VoIP technology and industry standards such as SIP, MGCP and PSTN call routing Intermediate to advanced experience in a Linux server environment Trouble Ticketing or Incident Management system Network management and monitoring systems, Intermediate to advanced scripting experience in BASH, perl, PowerShell, VBScript or python Knowledge of wireless networks, such as 802. 11a/b/g/n WiFi, PtP, or mesh Knowledge of services and protocols, including SNMP, SYSLOG, BGP, OSPF, MySQL, DNS and DHCP Servers Thorough understanding of TCP/IP and Ethernet Strong technical and analytical, and communication skills Ability to analyze data, solve problems, and develop logical solutions Core Competencies: Accountability, Integrity, Transparency & Honoring the Public Trust, Collaboration, Innovation, Safety, Excellent Service with Courtesy and Kindness Job specific competencies: Cooperation, Attention to Detail, Technical Knowledge, Problem Solving, Responsiveness, Poise/Professionalism. Education and/or experience: Bachelor’s degree in computer science, information technology, data communications or related field from an accredited, four-year college or university or combination of experience and education. Three (3) years' experience as a network engineer, systems engineer, or telecommunications engineer in an ISP or carrier grade network operations environment.Ability to respond to regularly when on-call within an established timeframe of 20-30 minutes. Licensure and/or certifications: Current certifications in Cisco, Juniper and/or Nokia preferred. Must possess a valid driver’s license. Material and equipment directly used: Installation and testing equipment including small hand tools, laptop, wiring tester, fiber tester, fiber power meter, OTDR, WiFi scanner. Vehicle. Standard office equipment including, but not limited to, personal desktop and/or laptop computer and associated hardware and software, telephone, copier, calculator, and fax. Working conditions and physical requirements: Work is generally performed in a standard office environment as well as field work in the deployment of commercial networking equipment. Work requires problem solving skills, frequent reading, reasoning, customer contact, multiple concurrent tasks, and constant interruptions. Requires the ability to communicate effectively in English both orally and in writing. Work must be done while working closely with others, including both coworkers and users. Frequent light lifting and carrying (up to 50 lbs.), pulling, pushing, reaching, walking, standing, and bending/stooping. Occasional sitting, climbing, twisting, kneeling, squatting, and driving. Requires the ability to use dexterity and a full range of hand and arm motions during installation activities. Periodic travel to other City departments. This job description is not designed to contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee. With over 300 days of sunshine, and just 30 miles from Rocky Mountain National Park in the heart of northern Colorado, Loveland is an ideal community for anyone to call home. Known as the Sweetheart City, this vibrant cultural hub is home to nearly 500 sculptures and public art installations, the world-famous Valentine Remail Program, and picturesque views of the Rocky Mountains. The community is bustling with a thriving arts, brewery, foodie and shopping scene. Enjoy headliner concert and theatre productions, professional hockey events, endless community recreation and open space opportunities, art and sculpture shows, and several local festivals. Loveland also boasts an award-winning golf course and an inclusive library and community center. Loveland, Colorado has EVERYTHING YOU LOVE! In 2020, Loveland was the only Colorado City to win the Governor’s Award for Downtown Excellence, is the top residential recycling City in the state for 4 consecutive years and has been ranked as one of the top places to live, work and raise a family in the U.S. and as one of the Most Idyllic Picturesque towns in America. Apply today to join more than 800 employees who work to meet the core values of: Accountability & Integrity, Transparency & Honoring the Public Trust, Collaboration, Innovation, Safety, Excellent Service with Courtesy and Kindness. The City of Loveland is a diverse and welcoming community organization and our employees enjoy a competitive benefits program, various opportunities for growth and development, and an exceptional work-life balance. A vibrant community, surrounded by natural beauty, where you belong! Benefit Eligible Benefits Package Includes: Two (2) medical plans, Dental, Vision (for self/ spouse/ children) Employee Health & Wellness Center (self/family) Paid vacation, holidays, and medical leave Flexible spending including Dependent Care Life Insurance, AD&D, Short-term and Long-term disability, and voluntary Critical Illness Coverage Retirement 401a, 457, Roth (pre-& post tax) and company match Comprehensive Employee Assistance Program Voluntary 529 College Invest program Personal and Professional Development opportunities Discounted recreation passes Employee recognition program Exceptional work-life balance Market based pay & regular performance reviews Local Government employment is eligible for Public Loan Forgiveness Program Reasonable accommodations will be made to enable qualified individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions The City of Loveland provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, genetic information, age, or any other status protected under federal, state, and/or local law. A driving record and criminal history background check will be obtained pre-employment.
CITY OF LOVELAND, COLORADO Loveland, CO, USA
Nov 03, 2022
Full Time
Perform the following functions for the Water, Raw Water, Wastewater, Power and Broadband Utilities: strategic financial planning and scenario analysis; data gathering and analysis for rate studies and fee updates; assemble and maintain long-range financial plans; assemble annual budgets; monthly and as-needed financial and consumption-related analysis for management The typical hiring range $72,000-$84,200 with salary negotiable for exceptional candidates based on skill level and experience. First reading of applications on: Monday, November 21, 2022 at 12:00 P.M. M.S.T. For full consideration, please submit a resume and a cover letter The City of Loveland is seeking a dynamic Utility Rate Analyst to join our team. Our successful candidate has strong business acumen, is not afraid to challenge assumptions and ask the difficult questions, has the ability to forecast and anticipate problems and enjoys analyzingdifferent business scenarios. This position is both challenging and dynamic with a diverse set of opportunities including long range financial planning, generating revenue projections, working with our Pulse broadband team, and collaborating with outside agencies. ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: Provide advanced financial analysis for management including strategic financial planning, modeling for financial opportunities, financial risk analysis, and financial impact of changes to existing policies. Data gathering and analysis for rate studies, for the annual update of the System Impact Fees and Plant Investment Fee, and for the bi-annual comprehensive update of the Water & Power Schedule of Rates, Charges and Fees. Responsible for the calculation of overhead rates to recover an appropriate amount for indirect costs. Responsible for the calculation of hourly labor and vehicle rates to charge customers for work performed by the utility. Prepare and maintain the long-range financial plans for the Water and Power utilities. Assist division managers in long-range financial planning. Compile the annual budget for the Water and Power utilities, including various management reports. Participate in the department meetings and prepare budget documents for submission to the budget department. Responsible for developing revenue projections of all types for all utilities. Generate monthly revenue analyses for the Water and Power utilities; analyze all utility revenues; identify and correct any errors. Perform month-end and year-end financial closings, reviewing all transactions and making correcting journal entries to assure that revenue and expense transactions are where they belong. Coordination with other departments and divisions is necessary. Primarily responsible for responding to requests for financial information or surveys from outside agencies. Perform detailed year-end analysis and have reviews with division managers to determine which capital projects and how much money needs to be rolled forward into the next year’s budget. OTHER JOB FUNCTIONS: Assist less experienced accounting staff in solving technical problems. SUPERVISORY DUTIES: None JOB QUALIFICATIONS: Knowledge, skills and abilities : Manage a heavy workload and prioritize consistent multiple demands. Strong working knowledge of the theory and practice of strategic and long-range financial planning, scenario analysis, ratemaking and budgeting. Working knowledge of General, Governmental, Utility, FERC and NARUC Accounting theory and practices. Ability to navigate and understand multiple financial software applications. Core Competencies: Accountability, Integrity, Transparency & Honoring the Public Trust, Collaboration, Innovation, Safety, Excellent Service with Courtesy and Kindness Job specific competencies : Job Expertise, Business Acumen, Data Analysis, Reporting, Responsiveness, Attention to Detail Education and/or experience : Degree from an accredited college or university with major coursework (30 or more hours) in Economics, Accounting or Finance required. MBA or CPA desired. Five (5) years of progressively responsible experience applicable to financial analysis, long-range financial planning, utility accounting, and rate and impact fee design required. Experience with a computerized accounting system and software. An equivalent combination of education and/or experience within Utility Finance or Accounting, or General Finance or Accounting may be substituted for degree requirement. Licensure and/or certifications : None Material and equipment directly used : Telephone, personal computer, printer, calculator, fax machine, photocopier, vehicle Working conditions and physical requirements : Work is generally performed in an office environment that may require sitting for extended periods of time, repetitive keyboard motion, reaching, bending and kneeling. Light physical effort may be required by the need to move and position objects up to 20 pounds occasionally. This job description is not designed to contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee. With over 300 days of sunshine, and just 30 miles from Rocky Mountain National Park in the heart of northern Colorado, Loveland is an ideal community for anyone to call home. Known as the Sweetheart City, this vibrant cultural hub is home to nearly 500 sculptures and public art installations, the world-famous Valentine Remail Program, and picturesque views of the Rocky Mountains. The community is bustling with a thriving arts, brewery, foodie and shopping scene. Enjoy headliner concert and theatre productions, professional hockey events, endless community recreation and open space opportunities, art and sculpture shows, and several local festivals. Loveland also boasts an award-winning golf course and an inclusive library and community center. Loveland, Colorado has EVERYTHING YOU LOVE! In 2020, Loveland was the only Colorado City to win the Governor’s Award for Downtown Excellence, is the top residential recycling City in the state for 4 consecutive years and has been ranked as one of the top places to live, work and raise a family in the U.S. and as one of the Most Idyllic Picturesque towns in America. Apply today to join more than 800 employees who work to meet the core values of: Accountability & Integrity, Transparency & Honoring the Public Trust, Collaboration, Innovation, Safety, Excellent Service with Courtesy and Kindness. The City of Loveland is a diverse and welcoming community organization and our employees enjoy a competitive benefits program, various opportunities for growth and development, and an exceptional work-life balance. A vibrant community, surrounded by natural beauty, where you belong! Benefit Eligible Benefits Package Includes: Two (2) medical plans, Dental, Vision (for self/ spouse/ children) Employee Health & Wellness Center (self/family) Paid vacation, holidays, and medical leave Flexible spending including Dependent Care Life Insurance, AD&D, Short-term and Long-term disability, and voluntary Critical Illness Coverage Retirement 401a, 457, Roth (pre-& post tax) and company match Comprehensive Employee Assistance Program Voluntary 529 College Invest program Personal and Professional Development opportunities Discounted recreation passes Employee recognition program Exceptional work-life balance Market based pay & regular performance reviews Local Government employment is eligible for Public Loan Forgiveness Program Reasonable accommodations will be made to enable qualified individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. The City of Loveland provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, genetic information, age, or any other status protected under federal, state, and/or local law. A criminal history background check will be obtained pre-employment.
CITY OF LOVELAND, COLORADO Loveland, CO, USA
Nov 02, 2022
Part Time
GENERAL PURPOSE: Transports City of Loveland residents, which includes seniors, persons with disabilities, general public, and students in a skillful, caring, responsible and safe manner. This position reports to the Operations Supervisor. The salary range for this position is $18.71- $27.07 per hour with a hiring range of $ 18.71 - $ 22.88 , depending on qualifications and experience. Position will remain open until filled with the first reading of applications taking place on: Monday, 11/14/2022. This is a 35 hour per week benefitted position. The City of Loveland is looking for a 35-hour Bus Operator, who delivers excellent customer service with courtesy and kindness, to join our team of outstanding drivers. We understand the importance of work life balance and do not schedule any split shifts. Shifts do include Saturdays and evenings. Major Holidays and Sundays off! Tentative start date 12/19/2022 or after. ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: Provides superior customer service to a diverse population of clients Safely transporting passengers either in transit or paratransit vehicles. Assuring that all passengers are treated in a respectful, friendly manner, while encouraging a safe environment. Daily performs pre-trip and post-trip vehicle inspections and records the results on the Vehicle Inspection Report (VIR) and communicates any vehicle deficiency to the Operations Supervisor. OTHER JOB FUNCTIONS: May be assigned to bus cleaning rotation which consists of moving buses into the shop facility, loose item collection, exterior window cleaning (time permitting), exterior mirror cleaning and running the bus through the bus wash (weather permitting). May also include special assignments when needed. JOB QUALIFICATIONS: Knowledge, skills and abilities: Superior customer service skills Make sound judgments and exhibit patience when dealing with stressful situations. Follow instructions and communications in both oral and written form. Communicate in a positive, friendly and professional manner with passengers, staff and the general public. Technical ability to safely operate all COLT transit vehicles, operate controls, pedals, levers and switches found on transit vehicles, read gauge and assess the safe operational condition of vehicles. Transport passengers to predetermined fixed route stops and scheduled paratransit locations; assist passengers in getting on and off transit vehicles; ability to safely operate a wheelchair lift. Complete daily tasks including inspection of vehicles to verify that the vehicle is functioning properly. Make recommendations on vehicle maintenance as required; operate a two-way radio and use proper radio communications. Core Competencies: Accountability, Integrity, Transparency & Honoring the Public Trust, Collaboration, Innovation, Safety, Excellent Service with Courtesy and Kindness Job specific competencies: Job Knowledge, Community Relations, Reporting, Independence, Adaptability Education and/or experience: Passenger Assistance Techniques, including sensitivity training for persons with disabilities, drug and alcohol awareness and defensive driving desired. Previous experience related to transporting passengers and/or working with the disabled is highly desirable. Licensure and/or certifications : Must hold: A valid Class A or B Commercial Driver's license with P passenger endorsement and no air brake restrictions or A Class B CDL learner’s permit prior to their start date with the able to obtain a class B CDL with a P passenger endorsement within 2 months of hire. COLT will provide necessary training to obtain class B Commercial Driver’s license with passenger endorsement. Must hold: Current certification in CPR and First Aid or Obtain CPR and First Aid certification within 6 months of hire date, COLT will provide necessary training. Material and equipment directly used: Transit vehicles; various wheelchair devices; two-way radio; cell phone; maps Working conditions and physical requirements: Performs duties primarily inside the vehicles and could remain in a sitting position for extended periods of time. Requires stopping of vehicles frequently, often in heavy traffic. Often required to assist disabled passengers to enter and depart vehicles by using a lift or ramp system. Must posses the physical strength and stamina to push, pull and assist non ambulatory passengers on and off vehicles. Vision to perform functions such as operate buses on streets/roads while complying with all traffic regulations and laws. Hearing and speech to communicate positively with passengers, dispatcher, and office staff. Able to effectively respond to dispatched information over a two-way radio. Manual dexterity to coordinate the limbs simultaneously to operate controls, pedals, levers and switches on all City of Loveland transit vehicles. Ability to pull, push, stoop, kneel, reach, and position passengers in wheelchairs that may weigh as much as 300 pounds and work up to 10 hours consecutively with limited breaks. Considered essential personnel required to report for duty in response to community emergencies (e.g. natural disaster, fire, flood, blizzard, etc.) This job description is not designed to contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee. With over 300 days of sunshine, and just 30 miles from Rocky Mountain National Park in the heart of northern Colorado, Loveland is an ideal community for anyone to call home. Known as the Sweetheart City, this vibrant cultural hub is home to nearly 500 sculptures and public art installations, the world-famous Valentine Remail Program, and picturesque views of the Rocky Mountains. The community is bustling with a thriving arts, brewery, foodie and shopping scene. Enjoy headliner concert and theatre productions, professional hockey events, endless community recreation and open space opportunities, art and sculpture shows, and several local festivals. Loveland also boasts an award-winning golf course and an inclusive library and community center. Loveland, Colorado has EVERYTHING YOU LOVE! In 2020, Loveland was the only Colorado City to win the Governor’s Award for Downtown Excellence, is the top residential recycling City in the state for 4 consecutive years and has been ranked as one of the top places to live, work and raise a family in the U.S. and as one of the Most Idyllic Picturesque towns in America. Apply today to join more than 800 employees who work to meet the core values of: Accountability & Integrity, Transparency & Honoring the Public Trust, Collaboration, Innovation, Safety, Excellent Service with Courtesy and Kindness. The City of Loveland is a diverse and welcoming community organization and our employees enjoy a competitive benefits program, various opportunities for growth and development, and an exceptional work-life balance. A vibrant community, surrounded by natural beauty, where you belong! Benefit Eligible Benefits Package Includes: Two (2) medical plans, Dental, Vision (for self/ spouse/ children) Employee Health & Wellness Center (self/family) Paid vacation, holidays, and medical leave Flexible spending including Dependent Care Life Insurance, AD&D, Short-term and Long-term disability, and voluntary Critical Illness Coverage Retirement 401a, 457, Roth (pre-& post tax) and company match Comprehensive Employee Assistance Program Voluntary 529 College Invest program Personal and Professional Development opportunities Discounted recreation passes Employee recognition program Exceptional work-life balance Market based pay & regular performance reviews Local Government employment is eligible for Public Loan Forgiveness Program Reasonable accommodations will be made to enable qualified individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. The City of Loveland provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, genetic information, age, or any other status protected under federal, state, and/or local law. A driving record and criminal history background check will be obtained pre-employment. Selection process will comply with DOT regulations including post-offer drug screening and previous employer safety performance request.
CITY OF LOVELAND, COLORADO Loveland, CO, USA
Oct 06, 2022
Full Time
GENERAL PURPOSE: Offer emotional support, guidance through the criminal justice system and crisis intervention to people who are victims of or witnesses to VRA crimes within Loveland city limits. Timeline/ Order of Events : Interview Background Investigation Start Date ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: The following duties and responsibilities are illustrative of the primary functions of this position and are not intended to be all inclusive. • Provide advocacy and immediate crisis intervention for victims of and witnesses to VRA crimes; • Respond to the scene of crimes and/or other locations to provide assistance to VRA crime victims/witnesses; • Assess immediate needs to make referrals to the appropriate resource for follow up; • Act as a liaison between victims/witnesses and the criminal justice system including but not limited to police, courts and district attorney’s office; • Provide victims/witnesses with information on scheduled legal proceedings; • Inform victims/witnesses of their rights under the Colorado Crime Compensation Act and the Colorado Law; • Complete necessary reports and document services rendered and activities performed; • Represent the Loveland Police Department in a positive and professional manner when contacting victims or the general public; JOB QUALIFICATIONS: • Must be at least 21 years of age; • Must possess a valid CO driver’s license • Must live in close proximity to the city limits of Loveland in order to respond to calls in a timely manner; • Must possess strong interpersonal skills demonstrated in work history; • Demonstrate a work history in areas requiring self-motivation and problem solving; Skills, Knowledge, & Abilities: Reading and writing skills in the English language of sufficient level to accurately complete required reports and forms. Ability to maintain confidentiality when applicable and according to department directives. Knowledge of law enforcement function and the criminal justice system sufficient to perform essential functions. Ability to effectively cope with emotional and stressful situations; Ability to project empathy and be non-judgmental with victims of/witnesses to crime; Ability to respond to call-outs at any time of the day or night. Ability and knowledge to effectively use office equipment including, but not limited to: personal computer, copier, laptop computer, multi-line telephone, cell phone, word processing software, and Internet. Incumbent must successfully complete at a minimum, 40 hours of authorized training in victim advocacy. Working Environment: Office setting, often under tense and emotional circumstances. Work closely with officers and detectives. On-call approximately 12 hours per week during various work shifts: days, swings, and nights. Sitting and standing for extended periods of time. On scene interaction with victims/witnesses under stress conditions; Frequent attendance at trainings and meetings; Ride-along with patrol officer once every six months. Selection Process: Prospective volunteers must successfully complete, at a minimum: a job application, an oral interview, and background investigation prior to acceptance into the position. This list of elements is not necessarily all-inclusive and other relevant assessments may be applicable. NOTE: This job description is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all duties,responsibilities, or qualifications associated with the job.