Why Join Our City of Prescott Team

Prescott, Arizona has time and again been recognized for being one of the best places to live, learn, work and play! We are so much more. From the vibrant historic downtown, natural scenic beauty of gorgeous granite mountains, lakes, national forest and meadows, to some of the cleanest air of any metropolitan area. Prescott has a small town atmosphere with plenty of opportunities for everyone. Designated as one of the "Happiest and Healthiest Communities" in the U.S. by Time Magazine (2017), we offer a variety of events year round on the centrally located Courthouse Plaza surround by eclectic shopping and restaurants. Mild seasonal weather allows for a wide choice of outdoor recreation activities from hiking or mountain biking the Circle Trail to kayaking on Watson Lake. Three local colleges add to the City's diverse cultural and enriching environment. What would such a beautiful small city, with big city services, be without the best people working for it? Our 500+ team members pride themselves in serving our 43,000 residents and many visitors with proactive and superior solutions-based service. We believe in making a better community today and for the future. When you join us you will be a part of a professional team dedicated to the highest quality of life for a growing city, ensuring Prescott is clean, safe, and the leader of the region. Help us keep Prescott "Everybody's Hometown."

9 job(s) at City of Prescott

City of Prescott Prescott, AZ, US
Jun 28, 2022
Full Time
ANNOUNCEMENT OF EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY Utility Worker - Water Distribution - Full Time Temporary Public Works Department Hiring Range: $18.36 per hour FLSA Status: Non Exempt Deadline to Apply: 7/11/22 Position Summary: The City of Prescott Department of Public Works is seeking a hard working and collaborative professional for the City's Water Distribution team, in the Temporary position of Utility Worker. Under general supervision of the Water Distribution Supervisor, the ideal candidate will join a team of professionals performing daily operations & maintenance tasks. The successful candidate will possess excellent physical and technical skills to support team goals and objectives. Qualifications: Education and Experience: High school diploma or equivalent and experience comparable to one-year full time journey level construction, maintenance, or equipment operation. Any equivalent combination of education, experience and training which provides the knowledge and abilities necessary to perform the essential functions of the position. Essential Duties: • Under direct supervision of crew leaders and/or Supervisor, perform a variety of manual and semi-skilled activities associated with Water Operations or other. • Must follow regulatory and City safety standards including the use of PPE. Daily work requirements will include working in all areas of Water Operations, and other areas as required. • Performs inspections, preventative maintenance as required using CMMS software. • Inspects hydrants, valves, water infrastructure, tanks, booster stations and other water system appurtenances. • Performs basic chemical and biological water sampling and testing. • Performs and or assists in routine maintenance and repair on a variety of equipment common to Water Operations. (e.g. valves, pumps, motors, pressure regulating stations, wells, water main, hydrants, meters and equipment) • Takes necessary steps to assess and report emergency situations and restore normal operating conditions. • Performs customer service calls as assigned and performs basic security checks to prevent unauthorized persons from entering water facilities. • Locating lines/breaks, perform tapping of water main lines, removing/replacing sections of streets, curbs, driveways, and sidewalks, replanting/landscaping yards/rights-of-way. • Operates a variety of equipment and tools. • Installs new meters, changes out damaged or malfunctioning meters, installs new gaskets and ERTs; follows up on questionable readings by locating and rechecking readings, examining meter, checking connections for leaks or damage and/or to identify customer leaks; answers or refers to the Customer Service Representative inquiries from contractors and/or the general public regarding readings and water service. • Other duties as required. Employee Core Beliefs City of Prescott employees should seek to uphold the City's core beliefs throughout their day-to-day business and with every customer they come in contact with, both internal and external. Our core beliefs are: Act with Integrity, Work as a Team, Have Personal Commitment and Loyalty, Solve Problems, Take Pride In Excellent Results, High Level of Productivity and Being Nice. Knowledge, Skill and Abilities: • Knowledge of : Water distribution operation & maintenance principles; Materials, practices and equipment used in water system maintenance and repair activities; Operating and maintaining a variety of specialized equipment in the maintenance/repair of water systems; Use of computers; record keeping values, safety principals, regulations and safe work practices; personal protective equipment; environmental conditions including chlorination equipment and other possible hazardous substances. • Skill and Ability to: Provide excellent customer service through positive and professional communication; resolve customer inquiries, requests and complaints utilizing appropriate public relations techniques; build and maintain effective working relationships with City residents and employees; communicate effectively and efficiently; follow policies and procedures to ensure tasks and equipment are operated safely; demonstrate a positive attitude; demonstrate a high level of initiative, effort, and commitment; exercise sound judgment and effective problem solving; maintain tools and equipment of trade; recognize occupational hazards of work and follow safe work practices; collect and organize facts and data both orally and in writing; understand and follow verbal and written instructions; accurately record field data manually and by using computer programs; work overtime as needed, including nights, holidays, and weekends; work in extreme weather conditions; Must be able to participate in on-call duties in a rotational manner which include being available 24/7 for a seven-day period, approximately four to five times annually; perform emergency standby duties on an as-needed basis; work in confined spaces; work in high traffic areas. Physical Demands And Working Conditions: Sufficient to effectively perform required duties and to safely operate required equipment and city vehicles as needed; must be able to see clearly, with correction if necessary, during both day and night, and in potentially adverse weather conditions; must possess ability to perform manual labor for extended periods of time and capable of lifting 60 pounds frequently with a maximum of 100 pounds. Hearing and Speaking Ability: Sufficient to clearly, concisely and effectively communicate in person and over the radio and telephone. Successful candidate will receive a post-offer, pre-employment background screening to include: • Drug screening • Motor vehicle records check • Criminal background screening City of Prescott Contact Information 201 N. Montezuma Street, Suite 303 Prescott, AZ 86301 Email: hr@prescott-az.gov Website: www.prescott-az.gov Phone: 928-777-1410 / Fax: 928-777-1213 MAJOR BENEFITS FOR FULL-TIME TEMPORARY EMPLOYEES: Sick leave; employee and/or family health and life insurance; short term and long term disability; Arizona State Retirement and Social Security contributions; other optional benefits such as deferred compensation plans and additional life insurance. NOTE: When advised, reasonable accommodations will be made in order for an "otherwise qualified applicant" with a disability to participate in any phase of the selection process. In accordance with A.R.S. 23 - 493, this position has been identified as "Safety Sensitive". The City of Prescott is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer.
City of Prescott Prescott, AZ, US
Jun 14, 2022
Full Time
ANNOUNCEMENT OF EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY Public Safety Dispatcher Regional Communications Department Pay Range: $20.24 to $30.36 per hour FLSA Status: Non-exempt, eligible for overtime compensation Deadline to Apply: 6/30/22 Position Summary: The City of Prescott, Arizona is seeking dynamic, highly motivated, career oriented individuals to fill challenging positions in the Regional Public Safety Communications Center. Communication Specialists play a vital role in the delivery of public safety and function as a link between the community, law enforcement and allied agencies, and public safety field personnel. This is a rewarding career with opportunity for continued growth and advancement. Essential Duties: • Answers emergency 911 telephone calls; obtains information from callers who may be injured, confused or abusive • Calms, negotiates and communicates with callers, public safety personnel and other agencies to obtain, interpret, process and relay accurate information via department protocols utilizing Emergency Medical Dispatch (EMD) and Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) systems for both Police and Fire disciplines. • May provide life saving emergency medical instructions through the 911 systems; • Accesses ACIC/NCIC systems to obtain, input and verify information on vehicle registration, driver's license, outstanding warrant and criminal history • Follows and complies with all administrative and operational policies and procedures • Interacts with the public in a positive manner that exemplifies the Prescott Regional Communications Center mission. • Attends meetings and training sessions as required • Prepares and types various lists and reports • Completes other projects and duties as assigned. Minimum Qualifications: • Must be 18 years of age or older • Must have high school diploma or G.E.D. equivalent • Must possess a valid driver license • Must have ability to reside within 45-minutes normal driving time of the Prescott Regional Communications Center • Must be able to type a minimum of 40-words per minute • Must have at least one (1) year of full-time clerical, customer service, or public contact work experience • Any equivalent combination of education, experience and training which provides the knowledge and abilities necessary to perform the essential functions of the position. Special Requirements: Candidate of choice must pass pre-employment drug, hearing, truth verification and psychological tests; fingerprint and extensive background investigation. Candidate of choice shall not have been convicted of a felony or any other offense that would result in a felony if committed in Arizona. Candidate must successfully complete all required on-the-job training. Failure to successfully complete the training requirements within the twelve month probationary period may result in termination. Work Environment: • Operated by the City of Prescott, the Prescott Regional Communications Center (PRCC) serves the majority of law enforcement and fire agencies within the region. • Must be able to work rotating 12 hour shifts, holidays, evenings and weekends. • The work conditions of this role are demanding with respect to emergency or stressful situations, with exposure to unusual fatigue factors, including irregular and unpredictable hours and noisy distractions from simultaneous events while working on multiple computer systems and monitors. Knowledge, Skill and Abilities: Knowledge: Must have knowledge or familiarity of federal, state, and local laws and ordinances; local streets, highways, common-place names and geography of dispatching region. Skill: Must have skill in reading maps, using computer keyboards, typing and maintaining accurate electronic files, records and reports; use of proper English, diction, grammar, spelling and punctuation; proven skill in proficiency, alphabetic, chronological and numeric filing systems; maintaining a calm professional demeanor in emergency situations; assessing situations and acting in an appropriate and professional manner. Ability: Must be able to interpret and give both verbal and written instructions clearly, concisely and effectively over radio and telephone; remain calm, think clearly and quickly assess and evaluate situations under pressure, organize thoughts, respond quickly and make sound decisions in emergency situations; use tact and patience while dealing with callers on 911, emergency and business lines; relate to and maintain cooperative working relationships with co-workers, management, the general public, safety officials and other government officials; perform two or more tasks concurrently; input and retrieve computer data quickly during stressful situations. Physical, Hearing, Speaking and Visual Ability: Sufficient to effectively and safely perform required duties and to safely operate required Communications Center equipment as needed to clearly, concisely and effectively communicate in person and over two-way radios, computers and telephones. May be required to sit for extended periods of time with limited or no breaks. Selection Process: 1) Application is completed and screened for minimum qualifications. 2) Qualified applicants will be invited for a computerized exam. 3) Candidates who successfully pass the computer exam will be invited for a panel interview. 4) Those who are successful in interviews with be extended a conditional offer of employment followed by the initiation of the background process. The same background screening standards that apply to a Sworn officer by AZPOST will apply to this position. Employee Core Beliefs City of Prescott employees should seek to uphold the City's core beliefs throughout their day-to-day business and with every customer they come in contact with, both internal and external. Our core beliefs are: Act with Integrity, Work as a Team, Have Personal Commitment and Loyalty, Solve Problems, Take Pride In Excellent Results, High Level of Productivity and Being Nice. City of Prescott Contact Information 201 S. Cortez St. Prescott, AZ 86303 Email: hr@prescott-az.gov Website: www.prescott-az.gov Phone: 928-777-1410 / Fax: 928-832-1222 Major Benefits For Full-Time Regular Employees: Paid time off; ten paid holidays; employee and/or family health and life insurance; short term and long term disability; Arizona State Retirement and Social Security contributions; other optional benefits such as deferred compensation plans and additional life insurance. PROBATION: Each employee must satisfactorily serve an established probationary period. NOTE: When advised, reasonable accommodations will be made in order for an "otherwise qualified applicant" with a disability to participate in any phase of the selection process. PROBATION: Each employee must satisfactorily serve an established probationary period. NOTE: When advised, reasonable accommodations will be made in order for an "otherwise qualified applicant" with a disability to participate in any phase of the selection process. In accordance with A.R.S. 23 - 493, this position has been identified as "Safety Sensitive". The City of Prescott is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer.
City of Prescott Prescott, AZ, US
Jun 04, 2022
Full Time
Police Officers - Lateral Prescott Police Department Pay Grade: 113 Pay Range: $25.32 - $37.97 per hour New employees start at the beginning level of the pay range. FLSA Status: Non-exempt Deadline to Apply: Open until filled, applications will be reviewed in an ongoing basis Position Summary: The City of Prescott Police Department delivers quality, Community Based Policing in active partnership with the citizens we serve. We are seeking career and community oriented individuals who desire to be a professional, positive influence in their community. We serve a family-friendly community of approximately 40,000 residents, located adjacent to Prescott National Forest. Our beautiful town square is in the heart of historic downtown and is the site of year-round community activities. Essential Duties: Performs a variety of law enforcement activities including patrolling streets and other public places on assigned shift in a marked, radio-equipped vehicle, on foot or on a bicycle; emphasizes community policing, meeting and talking with the public; discovers and prevents the commission of crimes; enforces State and municipal laws and ordinances; responds to calls for assistance. Offers information and directions to the public; employs discretion in solving problems, intervenes in disputes, apprehends suspects, makes arrests, issues citations, identifies witnesses, conducts preliminary investigations, and re-establishes law and order at the scene; interviews and/or counsels involved parties; prepares documentation of activities performed and information gathered; follows-up on cases; protects and preserves crime scenes. Collects physical evidence; photographs and/or sketches crime scenes and accidents; assists with filing cases; testifies in court; interacts with other law enforcement agencies; interacts with a culturally and socially diverse population; may transport prisoners to/from jail/court; may operate motorcycle; handle high risk tactical operations or hostage situations individually or while being assigned to the special weapons and tactics as a team member or crisis negotiator, work with a specialty trained dog as a canine unit officer, work in the Investigations Section to perform detailed follow-up investigations and prepare cases for prosecuting as a detective. This list of duties is illustrative only, and is not a comprehensive listing of all functions and duties performed by positions in this class. Work Schedule: Officers work rotating schedules which may include days, nights, weekends and/or overtime. Work schedules are subject to change according to the needs of the community. Qualifications: MUST hold current AZPOST Full Authority Peace Officer Certification and meet all Arizona Peace Officer Standards and Training Board conditions for certification which include : at least 21 years of age before end of certification training; high school graduate or equivalent; United States citizen; possess a valid Arizona motor vehicle operator's license with a good driving record. Must be able to pass a rigorous background investigation and other selection process criteria. Must successfully maintain certification as and be able to perform the essential functions of an AZPOST Certified Full Authority Peace Officer. As of January 1, 2021, all applicants are required to fill out the personal history questionnaire with AZPOST online here. After the questionnaire has been completed, applicants must share their questionnaire with Prescott Police Department. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Knowledge of departmental rules and regulations and applicable federal, state, and local laws and ordinances. Knowledge of the principles, practices and requirements associated with the collection, storage, and destruction of criminal records. Knowledge of the principles and practices of modern law enforcement, including the principles and practices of traffic control, patrol, criminal investigation, and crime prevention. Selection Process: A physical fitness test followed by Verbal Response Interviews to be held on a date to be determined. Descriptions and standards are included in the application packet. Candidates successful in the selection process may be scheduled for a verbal review board and staff interview(s) and may be put on an eligibility list. This list will expire one year after testing. Candidates considered for employment must successfully complete a physical examination (including drug screening), psychological evaluation, polygraph interview and a comprehensive background investigation. Additional interview(s) may be scheduled with Chief of Police or a designee. Application Process: Complete the online application, if minimum qualifications are met you will be contacted and provided with additional paperwork required for the next steps of the process. The additional paperwork will include: AZPOST Peace Officer Certification Standards, the Physical Fitness Testing Standard Applicants for Police Officer, Prescott Police Department Waiver of Liability, AZPOST Statement of Personal History and Application for Certification. Applications will be reviewed in an ongoing basis. Employee Core Beliefs City of Prescott employees should seek to uphold the City's core beliefs throughout their day-to-day business and with every customer they come in contact with, both internal and external. Our core beliefs are: Act with Integrity, Work as a Team, Have Personal Commitment and Loyalty, Solve Problems, Take Pride In Excellent Results, High Level of Productivity and Being Nice. City of Prescott Contact Information 201 S. Cortez St. Prescott, AZ 86303 Email: hr@prescott-az.gov Website: www.prescott-az.gov Phone: 928-777-1410 / Fax: 928-777-1213 Major Benefits For Full-Time Regular Employees: Paid time off; ten paid holidays; employee and/or family health and life insurance; short term and long term disability; Retirement and Social Security contributions; other optional benefits such as deferred compensation plans and additional life insurance. PROBATION: Each employee must satisfactorily serve an established probationary period. NOTE: When advised, reasonable accommodations will be made in order for an "otherwise qualified applicant" with a disability to participate in any phase of the selection process. In accordance with A.R.S. 23 - 493, this position has been identified as "Safety Sensitive". The City of Prescott is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer.
City of Prescott Prescott, AZ, US
Jun 04, 2022
Full Time
ANNOUNCEMENT OF EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY Public Safety Dispatcher - Lateral Regional Communications Department Pay Range: $20.24 to $30.36 per hour Compensation for laterals depends on qualifications/experience FLSA Status: Non-exempt, eligible for overtime compensation Deadline to Apply: Open until Filled Position Summary: The City of Prescott, Arizona is seeking dynamic, highly motivated, career oriented individuals to fill challenging positions in the Regional Public Safety Communications Center. Operated by the City of Prescott, the Prescott Regional Communications Center (PRCC) serves the majority of law enforcement and fire agencies within the region, including the City of Prescott Police and Fire Departments, Town of Prescott Valley Police Department, Yavapai Community College District, Yavapai-Prescott Tribal Police, Central Arizona Fire & Medical Authority (CAFMA), Groom Creek Fire District and Walker Fire Association. Successful candidates will receive a competitive salary and benefit package and a rewarding career with opportunity for continued growth and advancement. Essential Duties: Answers emergency 911 telephone calls; obtains information from callers who may be injured, confused or abusive; calms, negotiates and communicates with callers, public safety personnel and other agencies to obtain, interpret, process and relay accurate information via department protocols utilizing Emergency Medical Dispatch (EMD) and Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) systems for both Police and Fire disciplines. May provide life saving emergency medical instructions through the 911 systems; accesses ACIC/NCIC systems to obtain, input and verify information on vehicle registration, driver's license, outstanding warrant and criminal history; follows and complies with all administrative and operational policies and procedures; interacts with the public in a positive manner that exemplifies the Prescott Regional Communications Center mission; attends meetings and training sessions as required; prepares and types various lists and reports, and completes other projects and duties as assigned. Qualifications: Must have completed two years of full-time experience in Police, Fire and EMD dispatching and type 40-words per minute. Must be able to work rotating 12 hour shifts, holidays, evenings and weekends. Candidate of choice must pass pre-employment drug, hearing, truth verification and psychological tests; fingerprint and extensive background investigation. Candidate of choice shall not have been convicted of a felony or any other offense that would result in a felony if committed in Arizona must possess a valid Arizona driver's license and reside within 45-minutes normal driving time of the Prescott Regional Communications Center. Applicant must have a high school diploma or GED equivalent. Preferable Experience in: the practices of the Arizona Criminal Justice Information System (ACJIS); Emergency Medical Dispatch (EMD), the code and plain-talk systems used by both law enforcement, fire and emergency medical agencies; local fire department/fire district automatic/mutual aid and statewide fire service mutual aid systems; operation of dispatch consoles, 911, two-way radio, TTY, computer, records systems and bi-lingual skills. Any equivalent combination of education, experience and training which provides the knowledge and abilities necessary to perform the essential functions of the position. City Core Beliefs City of Prescott employees should seek to uphold the City's core beliefs throughout their day-to-day business and with every customer they come in contact with, both internal and external. Our core beliefs are: Act with Integrity, Work as a Team, Have Personal Commitment and Loyalty, Solve Problems, Take Pride In Excellent Results, High Level of Productivity and Being Nice. Knowledge, Skill and Ability: Knowledge : Must have knowledge or familiarity of federal, state, and local laws and ordinances; local streets, highways, common-place names and geography of dispatching region. Skill: Must have skill in reading maps, using computer keyboards, typing and maintaining accurate electronic files, records and reports; use of proper English, diction, grammar, spelling and punctuation; proven skill in proficiency, alphabetic, chronological and numeric filing systems; maintaining a calm professional demeanor in emergency situations; assessing situations and acting in an appropriate and professional manner. Ability: Must be able to interpret and give both verbal and written instructions clearly, concisely and effectively over radio and telephone; remain calm, think clearly and quickly assess and evaluate situations under pressure, organize thoughts, respond quickly and make sound decisions in emergency situations; use tact and patience while dealing with callers on 911, emergency and business lines; relate to and maintain cooperative working relationships with co-workers, management, the general public, safety officials and other government officials; perform two or more tasks concurrently; input and retrieve computer data quickly during stressful situations. Physical Demands and Working Conditions : Sufficient to effectively and safely perform required duties and to safely operate required Communications Center equipment as needed to clearly, concisely and effectively communicate in person and over two-way radios, computers and telephones. The work conditions of this role are demanding with respect to emergency or stressful situations, with exposure to unusual fatigue factors, including irregular and unpredictable hours and noisy distractions from simultaneous events while working on multiple computer systems and monitors. May be required to sit for extended periods of time with limited or no breaks. Selection Process: Application is completed and screened for minimum qualifications. Qualified applicants will be invited for a computerized exam. Candidates who successfully pass the computer exam will be invited for a panel interview. Those who are successful in interviews with be extended a conditional offer of employment followed by the initiation of the background process. The same background screening standards that apply to a Sworn officer by AZPOST will apply to this position. City of Prescott Contact Information 201 N. Montezuma Street, Suite 303 Prescott, AZ 86301 Email: hr@prescott-az.gov Website: www.prescott-az.gov Phone: 928-777-1410 / Fax: 928-777-1213 MAJOR BENEFITS FOR FULL-TIME REGULAR EMPLOYEES: Paid time off; ten paid holidays and one floating holiday per year; employee and/or family health and life insurance; short term and long term disability; Arizona State Retirement and Social Security contributions; other optional benefits such as deferred compensation plans and additional life insurance. PROBATION: Each employee must satisfactorily serve an established probationary period. NOTE: When advised, reasonable accommodations will be made in order for an "otherwise qualified applicant" with a disability to participate in any phase of the selection process. In accordance with A.R.S. 23 - 493, this position has been identified as "Safety Sensitive". The City of Prescott is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer.
City of Prescott Prescott, AZ, US
Jun 04, 2022
Part Time
ANNOUNCEMENT OF EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY Public Safety Dispatcher - Lateral - Part Time Regional Communications Department Up to 19 hours per week Pay Range: $20.24 to $30.36 per hour Compensation for laterals depends on qualifications/experience FLSA Status: Non-exempt, eligible for overtime compensation Deadline to Apply: Open until Filled Position Summary: The City of Prescott, Arizona is seeking dynamic, highly motivated, career oriented individuals to fill challenging positions in the Regional Public Safety Communications Center. Operated by the City of Prescott, the Prescott Regional Communications Center (PRCC) serves the majority of law enforcement and fire agencies within the region, including the City of Prescott Police and Fire Departments, Town of Prescott Valley Police Department, Yavapai Community College District, Yavapai-Prescott Tribal Police, Central Arizona Fire & Medical Authority (CAFMA), Groom Creek Fire District and Walker Fire Association. Successful candidates will receive a competitive salary and benefit package and a rewarding career with opportunity for continued growth and advancement. Essential Duties: Answers emergency 911 telephone calls; obtains information from callers who may be injured, confused or abusive; calms, negotiates and communicates with callers, public safety personnel and other agencies to obtain, interpret, process and relay accurate information via department protocols utilizing Emergency Medical Dispatch (EMD) and Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) systems for both Police and Fire disciplines. May provide life saving emergency medical instructions through the 911 systems; accesses ACIC/NCIC systems to obtain, input and verify information on vehicle registration, driver's license, outstanding warrant and criminal history; follows and complies with all administrative and operational policies and procedures; interacts with the public in a positive manner that exemplifies the Prescott Regional Communications Center mission; attends meetings and training sessions as required; prepares and types various lists and reports, and completes other projects and duties as assigned. Qualifications: • Must have completed two years of full-time experience in Police, Fire and EMD dispatching and type 40-words per minute. • Must be able to work rotating 12 hour shifts, holidays, evenings and weekends. • Candidate of choice must pass pre-employment drug, hearing, truth verification and psychological tests; fingerprint and extensive background investigation. • Candidate of choice shall not have been convicted of a felony or any other offense that would result in a felony if committed in Arizona must possess a valid Arizona driver's license and reside within 45-minutes normal driving time of the Prescott Regional Communications Center. • Applicant must have a high school diploma or GED equivalent. Preferable Experience in: the practices of the Arizona Criminal Justice Information System (ACJIS); Emergency Medical Dispatch (EMD), the code and plain-talk systems used by both law enforcement, fire and emergency medical agencies; local fire department/fire district automatic/mutual aid and statewide fire service mutual aid systems; operation of dispatch consoles, 911, two-way radio, TTY, computer, records systems and bi-lingual skills. Any equivalent combination of education, experience and training which provides the knowledge and abilities necessary to perform the essential functions of the position. City Core Beliefs City of Prescott employees should seek to uphold the City's core beliefs throughout their day-to-day business and with every customer they come in contact with, both internal and external. Our core beliefs are: Act with Integrity, Work as a Team, Have Personal Commitment and Loyalty, Solve Problems, Take Pride In Excellent Results, High Level of Productivity and Being Nice. Knowledge, Skill and Ability: Knowledge : Must have knowledge or familiarity of federal, state, and local laws and ordinances; local streets, highways, common-place names and geography of dispatching region. Skill: Must have skill in reading maps, using computer keyboards, typing and maintaining accurate electronic files, records and reports; use of proper English, diction, grammar, spelling and punctuation; proven skill in proficiency, alphabetic, chronological and numeric filing systems; maintaining a calm professional demeanor in emergency situations; assessing situations and acting in an appropriate and professional manner. Ability: Must be able to interpret and give both verbal and written instructions clearly, concisely and effectively over radio and telephone; remain calm, think clearly and quickly assess and evaluate situations under pressure, organize thoughts, respond quickly and make sound decisions in emergency situations; use tact and patience while dealing with callers on 911, emergency and business lines; relate to and maintain cooperative working relationships with co-workers, management, the general public, safety officials and other government officials; perform two or more tasks concurrently; input and retrieve computer data quickly during stressful situations. Physical Demands and Working Conditions : Sufficient to effectively and safely perform required duties and to safely operate required Communications Center equipment as needed to clearly, concisely and effectively communicate in person and over two-way radios, computers and telephones. The work conditions of this role are demanding with respect to emergency or stressful situations, with exposure to unusual fatigue factors, including irregular and unpredictable hours and noisy distractions from simultaneous events while working on multiple computer systems and monitors. May be required to sit for extended periods of time with limited or no breaks. Selection Process: Application is completed and screened for minimum qualifications. Qualified applicants will be invited for a computerized exam. Candidates who successfully pass the computer exam will be invited for a panel interview. Those who are successful in interviews with be extended a conditional offer of employment followed by the initiation of the background process. The same background screening standards that apply to a Sworn officer by AZPOST will apply to this position. City of Prescott Contact Information 201 S. Cortez St. Prescott, AZ 86303 Email: hr@prescott-az.gov Website: www.prescott-az.gov Phone: 928-777-1410 / Fax: 928-777-1213 PART-TIME TEMPORARY EMPLOYEES: Will accrue sick leave. NOTE: When advised, reasonable accommodations will be made in order for an "otherwise qualified applicant" with a disability to participate in any phase of the selection process. In accordance with A.R.S. 23 - 493, this position has been identified as "Safety Sensitive". The City of Prescott is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer.
City of Prescott Prescott, AZ, US
Jun 04, 2022
Full Time
ANNOUNCEMENT OF EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY Forestry Crew Worker- Full Time Temporary/Seasonal Prescott Fire Department Pay Range: $15.00 to $19.75 per hour FLSA Status: Non-exempt (eligible for overtime). Some weekend and evening hours may be required. Deadline to Apply: Continuous Qualifications: High School Diploma or GED required. Candidate of choice must pass pre-employment drug test and extensive criminal background check and have/maintain drivers license throughout duration of employment. Preferred, but not required, possession of CDL and coursework in Forestry and/or Community Risk Reduction relevant to fuels management. Any equivalent combination of education, experience and training which provides the knowledge and abilities necessary to perform the essential functions of the position. Tasks: Duties as Forestry Crew Worker include fuel reduction and hazard mitigation within the Prescott Fire wise Community. Duties may be entail brush clearing under adverse conditions related to climate and terrain. May be required to assist in snow removal according to snow response policy and procedures. Utilizing a variety of specialized tools, equipment, and techniques on fuels management projects. Tools experience may include chain saw, Pulaski, shovel, McLeod, rake, and other custom tools, brush chipper, and pole saw. Performs other duties as assigned. Knowledge, Skills, and Other Characteristics: • Knowledge of accepted safety practices and procedures to prevent injury. • Knowledge of fuel mitigation management techniques, methods, and conditions. • Knowledge and skill in the use of hand tools and chainsaws. • Knowledge and skill of standard first aid procedures • Knowledge and skill in both oral and written communication to effectively interact with people at all levels, internal and external to the organization, including the public. • Knowledge of fuels management principles and creation of defensible space and fuel breaks. Physical Demands: Arduous. Duties involve rigorous field work requiring above average physical performance, endurance, and superior conditioning. Work requires prolonged standing, walking over uneven ground, recurring bending, stretching, reaching, lifting, and carrying items over 50 pounds for possibly long distances in possibly adverse weather and temperatures. Physical and Visual Ability: Sufficient to effectively and safely perform required duties and to safely operate required equipment and City vehicles as needed. Hearing and Speaking Ability: Sufficient to clearly, concisely and effectively communicate in person and over the telephone. Successful candidate will receive a post-offer, pre-employment background screening to include: • Drug screening • Motor vehicle records check • Criminal background screening City of Prescott Contact Information 201 S. Cortez St. Prescott, AZ 86303 Email: hr@prescott-az.gov Website: www.prescott-az.gov Phone: 928-777-1347 / Fax: 928-777-1213 MAJOR BENEFITS FOR FULL-TIME TEMPORARY EMPLOYEES: Sick leave; employee and/or family health and life insurance; short term and long term disability; Arizona State Retirement and Social Security contributions; other optional benefits such as deferred compensation plans and additional life insurance. NOTE: When advised, reasonable accommodations will be made in order for an "otherwise qualified applicant" with a disability to participate in any phase of the selection process. In accordance with A.R.S. 23 - 493, this position has been identified as "Safety Sensitive". The City of Prescott is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer.
City of Prescott Prescott, AZ, US
Jun 01, 2022
Temporary
ANNOUNCEMENT OF EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY Seasonal Groundskeeper Antelope Hills Golf Course Temporary Full- Time Not eligible for all benefits, will accrue paid sick time Pay Rate: $15.00 to $20.00 per hour DOE FLSA Status: Non exempt, eligible for overtime compensation Deadline to Apply: Until Filled Schedule: Flexible schedules are available. 20-40 hours per week, AM and PM schedules are available. Position Requirements: Must possess a valid Arizona Driver's License. Essential Duties: Groundskeepers perform routine golf course setup and maintenance including, tee and green mowing, cup cutting, bunker maintenance, surround mowing fairway mowing, and other duties involved in preparing the golf course for play. Knowledge, Skill, and Abilities: Knowledge of and ability to use hand and power tools, mowers, string trimmers and equipment and operate trucks and light motorized equipment. Knowledge of irrigation watering. Skill in following oral and written instructions. Skill in maintaining fuel and fluid levels for all types of equipment, evaluating and reporting equipment problems. Skill in establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with staff, City residents and elected officials. Physical and Visual Ability: Sufficient to effectively and safely perform required duties and to safely operate required office equipment and city vehicle as needed. Capable of working in adverse weather conditions and around chemicals and pesticides used in groundskeeping operations. While performing the duties of this job, the employee may be required to stand for extended periods of time, walk, sit, climb, balance, stoop, kneel, crouch and crawl. Ability to lift and carry 50 pounds of equipment and/or materials needed to complete job. Hearing and Speaking Ability: sufficient to clearly, concisely and effectively communicate in person and over the radio and telephone. Successful candidate will receive a post-offer, pre-employment background screening to include: Drug screening Motor vehicle records check Criminal background screening City of Prescott Contact Information 201 N Montezuma St. Prescott, AZ 86301 Email: hr@prescott-az.gov Website: www.prescott-az.gov Phone: 928-777-1410 / eFax: 19288321222 When advised, reasonable accommodations will be made in order for an "otherwise qualified applicant" with a disability to participate in any phase of the selection process. In accordance with A.R.S. 23 - 493, this position has been identified as "Safety Sensitive". The City of Prescott is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer.
City of Prescott Prescott, AZ, US
May 30, 2022
Part Time
ANNOUNCEMENT OF EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY Seasonal Maintenance Worker Recreation Services Not eligible for all benefits, will accrue paid sick time Pay Range: $15.00 per hour FLSA Status: Non exempt, eligible for overtime compensation Deadline to Apply: Open Until Filled Essential Duties: Performs a variety of unskilled and semi-skilled tasks including maintenance of all park facilities, janitorial duties, restroom cleaning is a must, trash pickup, weeding, raking, painting, and special events preparation and other duties as required. Incumbents receive general supervision from a Lead Maintenance Technician, Coordinator or Supervisor. Minimum Qualifications: Must be at least 18 years old at the time of hire and possess a valid Arizona driver's license. Must be able to perform physical work outdoors under all weather conditions. Evening, weekend and holiday work may be required depending on special events. Employee Core Beliefs City of Prescott employees should seek to uphold the City's core beliefs throughout their day-to-day business and with every customer they come in contact with, both internal and external. Our core beliefs are: Act with Integrity, Work as a Team, Have Personal Commitment and Loyalty, Solve Problems, Take Pride In Excellent Results, High Level of Productivity and Being Nice. Knowledge, Skill and Abilities: Knowledge of occupational hazards and safety precautions. Skill in performing grounds/facilities maintenance and landscaping tasks. Skill in following safety practices and recognizing hazards. Skill in using hand and power tools to maintain/repair buildings and facilities. Skill in following oral and written instructions. Skill in establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with the general public and City employees contacted in the course of work Physical and Visual Ability: Sufficient to effectively and safely perform required duties and to safely operate required equipment and city vehicle as needed. Hearing and Speaking Ability: Clearly, concisely and effectively communicate in person and over the telephone. Successful candidate will receive a post-offer, pre-employment background screening to include: Drug screening Motor vehicle records check Criminal background screening City of Prescott Contact Information 201 N. Montezuma Street Prescott, AZ 86301 Email: hr@prescott-az.gov Website: www.prescott-az.gov Phone: 928-777-1410 / Fax: 928-832-1222 When advised, reasonable accommodations will be made in order for an "otherwise qualified applicant" with a disability to participate in any phase of the selection process. In accordance with A.R.S. 23 - 493, this position has been identified as "Safety Sensitive". The City of Prescott is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer.
City of Prescott Prescott, AZ, US
May 27, 2022
Full Time
ANNOUNCEMENT OF EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY AIRPORT SERVICES MANAGER Airport Hiring Range: $55,291.13 to $82,936.69 DOE FLSA Status: Exempt (Not eligible for overtime) Deadline to Apply: Open until filled, first review of applications 6/13/2022 Position Summary: Assists the Airport Director in airport administrative, contractual, economic, and capital development functions for Prescott Regional Airport, a primary commercial service airport with extensive aircraft flight training activity, in accordance with applicable federal, state, local laws and airport compliance requirements. Essential Duties: Develops, leads, maintains, and implements tasks, events, and activities related to; annual budget, strategic planning, ACIP, capital and operating payables and receivables, and rate and fee studies. Assures compliance with applicable laws, regulations, and requirements including state/federal procurement Grant Assurances; airport compliance requirements including 49 CFR Part 21, 23, and 26; the FAA Airport Financial Reporting Program; the Airport Improvement Handbook; and state/federal records retention schedules and audit requirements. Manages airport leases, licenses, permits, and minimum standards for commercial activity, including regular inspections of premises, monitoring compliance, and generating tenant correspondence. Manages Federal and State grants including application, award, regular draws, close out and audit in compliance with grant assurances, terms, and conditions. Administers commercial hangar/property agreements, concession agreements, as well as lease and sub-lease negotiations and interpretation through appropriate City departments. Assists with development and implementation of marketing/PR activities and air service development. Communicates internally and externally through reports, presentations, social media, and meetings including timely production/posting of City Council agenda memos and supporting materials. Works with other management staff to streamline processes and develop written policies and standard operating procedures (SOP); develops, maintains, and updates City Code related to the Department. Manages the on-call engineering and planning agreements/contracts; assists in project coordination and construction administration. Coordinates the preparation of Requests for Proposals/Qualifications for airport development. Acts as the Disadvantaged Business Enterprise Liaison Officer and may act as Alternate Airport Security Coordinator. Engages in supervision, training, and evaluation of selected employees. Performs other duties as assigned. Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in Business Administration, Aviation Business/Finance, Public Administration, or a closely related degree program; five (5).years of airport management, administration, operations, security, or other relevant airport-related experience (airport regulatory, leasing/insurance, airline and/or consulting) including at least two (2) years of supervisory experience; or any equivalent combination of education, experience, and training which provides the knowledge and abilities necessary to perform the essential functions of the position. Licensing, Certification, and Other Requirements: Possess a valid Arizona driver's license (or have the ability to obtain one within 30 days of hire); pass a TSA mandated 10-year security background investigation, pre-employment drug test, fingerprint background check, security threat assessment, and driver record check; and hold an Accredited Airport Executive (AAE) or Certified Member (CM) designation from the American Association of Airport Executives (AAAE) or ability to obtain within one (1) year of hire. Employee Core Beliefs City of Prescott employees should seek to uphold the City's core beliefs throughout their day-to-day business and with every customer they come in contact with, both internal and external. Our core beliefs are: Act with Integrity, Work as a Team, Have Personal Commitment and Loyalty, Solve Problems, Take Pride In Excellent Results, High Level of Productivity and Being Nice. Knowledge, Skill and Abilities: Knowledge of federal, state, and City rules, regulations, policies, procedures, codes, and ordinances related to airport administration, operations, security and maintenance. Knowledge of federal aviation regulations regarding the operation and maintenance of Part 139-certificated airports, other regulations, airport-related advisory circulars, and other federal and state guidance required for the safe and efficient operation of air carrier airports. Knowledge of Transportation Security Administration Regulations regarding airport security under TSAR Part 1542 and all related TSRs (including 1520 - Sensitive Security Information). Knowledge of supervisory methods, techniques, goal setting, and employee scheduling for most efficient service. Knowledge of airport emergency and security response policies, procedures, and practices. Knowledge of federal and state Environmental regulations and NEPA requirements relating to airport development. Knowledge of airport emergency and security response policies, procedures, and practices. Knowledge of airport compliance requirements (including federal and state grant assurances). Knowledge of airport contracts, licensing, and leasing. Skill in using computer databases, spreadsheets, Office 365, Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook) and virtual conferencing programs. Skill in supervising, evaluating, training, coaching, and motivating employees. Skill in overseeing airport administration at a commercial service airport. Skill in communicating, both verbally and in writing, for both one-on-one and group situations. Skill in professionally and effectively interacting with the public, members of the media, public officials, and airport tenants. Skill in utilizing public relations techniques in responding to inquiries and complaints. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with state, federal, and other local officials, elected officials, staff, airport tenants, and City residents. Strong knowledge of records management to organize and maintain administrative files. Physical Demands And Working Conditions: Work is performed primarily in an office setting but may also require driving on airfield, on occasion. Safely and effectively performs required duties. Safely operates required equipment and City vehicle as needed. Clearly, concisely, and effectively communicates in person and over both the telephone and aviation radios. Duties may require availability on evenings, holidays, and weekends. Works in an environment where errors on this job can lead to significant physical or mental consequences for self or others. Successful candidate will receive a post-offer, pre-employment background screening to include: Drug screening Motor vehicle records check Criminal background screening City of Prescott Contact Information 201 N. Montezuma Street, Suite 303 Prescott, AZ 86301 Email: hr@prescott-az.gov Website: www.prescott-az.gov Phone: 928-777-1410 / Fax: 928-832-1222 Major Benefits For Full-Time Regular Employees: Paid time off; ten paid holidays and one floating holiday per year; employee and/or family health and life insurance; short term and long term disability; Arizona State Retirement and Social Security contributions; other optional benefits such as deferred compensation plans and additional life insurance. PROBATION: Each employee must satisfactorily serve an established probationary period. NOTE: When advised, reasonable accommodations will be made in order for an "otherwise qualified applicant" with a disability to participate in any phase of the selection process. In accordance with A.R.S. 23 - 493, this position has been identified as "Safety Sensitive". The City of Prescott is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer.