City of Costa Mesa

The City of Costa Mesa boasts of being one of Orange County's leading cultural and business centers. Located 37 miles southeast of Los Angeles, 88 miles north of San Diego and 475 miles south of San Francisco, Costa Mesa encompasses a total of 16 square miles with its southernmost border only 1 mile from the Pacific Ocean. The current population of approximately 103,823 has grown from 16,840 at the time of incorporation in 1953. The dominant industries for the City are trade, services, manufacturing, finance/insurance and real estate. A general law city, Costa Mesa has a council-manager form of government.

Costa Mesa is a major commercial and industrial center of Orange County. The City, which formally adopted the slogan "The City of the Arts in late 1984, is home to a regional symphony orchestra and the South Coast Repertory Theater. Ground was broken in 1983 for the Orange County Performing Arts Center. This center includes a 3,000 seat facility which was completed in 1985, and a 1,000 seat auditorium slated for future development.

   

 

 

23 job(s) at City of Costa Mesa

City of Costa Mesa, CA Costa Mesa, California, United States
Nov 20, 2021
Full Time
Description SALARY up to $111,192 annually (salary range: $82,980 - $111,192) *Effective July 2022: 2% Salary Increase will be applied. JOB SUMMARY Under supervision, performs a variety of professional-level financial analysis in support of the City's financial management operations; prepares a diverse range of financial reports; reconciles complex financial transactions; and performs related work as required. CLASS CHARACTERISTICS: This journey-level classification is responsible for performing the full range of professional duties in support of the City's financial management operations, working independently, and exercising judgment and initiative. Positions at this level receive only occasional instruction or assistance as new or unusual situations arise and are fully aware of the operating procedures and policies of the work unit. APPLICATION AND SELECTION PROCESS: Applications must be completed and submitted online. This recruitment will remain open until filled and may close without prior notice, therefore prompt application is encouraged. First application review date is Friday, December 10, 2021. Applications must be completed and submitted on-line by the specified deadline . Candidates are requested to provide specific information regarding their education and experience as it relates to the position by completing all fields of the application. Applications may be rejected if incomplete . Do not include "see attached resume" in your responses, as they will not be accepted or reviewed in the application process. Based upon the information presented on the application, a limited number of candidates who possess qualifications most pertinent to the position will be invited to participate in the selection process. The selection process may include, but is not limited to the following components: application review and evaluation, written examination or exercise, physical examination, practical exercise and interview evaluation. Please notify the Human Resources Division 72 hours in advance of the test date if you have a disability which requires accommodation for the testing process. The eligibility list will be in effect for one (1) year, unless exhausted sooner. The eligibility list established from this recruitment may be utilized to fill lower-level vacancies which occur during the life of the list. It is recommended you use a personal email address on your application instead of a work email address. Notifications during this recruitment will be sent by email only (regardless of the notification preference selected during the on-line application process). Notifications will be sent to the email address that is listed on your online application. All employment offers made by the City are contingent upon establishing proof of a prospective candidate's legal authorization to work in the United States and successfully passing all components of the pre-employment process which may include, but is not limited to: comprehensive background check, criminal history check (livescan fingerprint check), polygraph examination, post-offer psychological evaluation and post-offer medical evaluation (may include drug screen). Based upon current and/or future assignments, an employee may be subject to pre-employment, random, reasonable and post-accident drug and alcohol testing pursuant to the Department of Transportation Regulations. Note: The provisions of this job bulletin do not constitute an expressed or implied contract. Any provisions contained within may be modified or revoked without notice. Essential Functions These functions may not be present in all positions in this class. When a position is to be filled, the essential functions will be noted in the announcement of position availability. Management reserves the right to add, modify, change or rescind work assignments as needed. Performs professional tasks in support of the City's financial management operations; prepares a variety of analyses such as revenue and expenditures, variances, personnel costs, and related fiscal documents. Prepares and/or assists in the preparation of, a diverse range of financial reports, including expenditure/revenue budget to actual comparison, monthly fiscal reports, the City's Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR), and other periodic financial reports. Conducts analysis of proposals; identifies issues and opportunities; assists with the development of alternative scenarios to improve service levels and lower costs. Explains relevant accounting guidelines to departmental staff; participates in the review and evaluation of requests to ensure compliance with City policies, procedures, and established guidelines; responds to questions, provides information and support to departments. Participates in the preparation, review, evaluation and monitoring of capital improvement program (CIP) plans and budgets; monitors and updates operating and capital budget adjustments and funding changes; reviews CIP requests for financial compliance. Reviews and performs financial analysis of various federal, state, and county grant financial reporting; prepares periodic and ad-hoc financial reports as assigned. Prepares journal entries and reconciliations for complex accounting transactions such as debt issuance and refunding, capital assets acquisition and related transactions. Provides assistance to department management, other City staff, and the public regarding fiscal or operational issues, policies, or procedures. Participates in or directs and monitors assigned projects related to debt management, treasury management and investments; performs research and statistical analysis; prepares and presents reports of findings and recommends appropriate action. Provides assistance in the enhancement of the City's core financial system, including implementing new modules and re-configuring existing applications. Compiles information and works with external parties/outside agencies on various program financial audits. Prepares and submits City Council agenda reports and various other commission, committee, and staff reports, resolutions, ordinances, and correspondence regarding assigned activities. Prepares cost estimates for labor relations. Performs other related work as required. Qualification Guidelines EDUCATION, TRAINING AND/OR EXPERIENCE: Graduation from a four-year college or university with major coursework in finance, accounting, economics, business administration, public administration, or related field. Responsible professional experience equivalent to four (4) years of full-time experience performing financial analysis, budgeting or accounting. Experience performing financial analysis, budgeting or accounting with a public agency is highly desirable. LICENSE AND/OR CERTIFICATE: Class C California Driver's License. Revocation of license during employment may result in disciplinary action or reassignment. REQUISITE KNOWLEDGE AND SKILL LEVELS: Knowledge of principles and practices of municipal financial management including, but not limited to, budget development and administration, debt management, treasury management, investments, auditing and general accounting. Knowledge of project and/or program management, analytical processes, and report preparation techniques. Knowledge of methods and techniques of administering sound financial management policies and procedures. Knowledge of organization and management practices as applied to the development, analysis, and evaluation of programs, policies, and operational needs of the assigned area of responsibility. Knowledge of research and financial reporting methods, techniques, and procedures. Knowledge of Office of Management and Budget Circular (OMBC). Knowledge of applicable Federal, State, and local laws, regulatory codes, ordinances, and procedures relevant to assigned area of responsibility. Knowledge of complex record-keeping principles and procedures. Knowledge of principles and techniques for working with groups and fostering effective team interaction to ensure teamwork is conducted smoothly. Knowledge of techniques for providing a high level of customer service by effectively dealing with the public, vendors, contractors, and City staff. Knowledge of correct English usage, spelling, vocabulary, grammar, and punctuation. Skill in operating modern office equipment and communication tools used for business functions, including computers and software programs relevant to work performed. REQUISITE ABILITIES: Ability to perform professional duties in support of the City's financial management programs. Ability to assist in developing and implementing goals, objectives, practices, policies, procedures, and work standards. Ability to operate a computer terminal and prepare manual and computerized financial reports, maintain ledgers and journals, and analyze fiscal data and draw logical conclusions. Ability to analyze, interpret, summarize, and present administrative and technical information and data in an effective manner. Ability to prepare clear and concise reports, correspondence, policies, procedures, and other written materials. Ability to understand, interpret, and apply all pertinent laws, codes, regulations, policies and procedures, and standards relevant to work performed. Ability to organize work independently, set priorities, meet critical deadlines, and follow-up on assignments. Ability to perform assignments with considerable independence, accuracy, and attention to detail. Ability to exercise good judgement, flexibility, creativity, and tact in response to changing situations and needs. Ability to communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing. Ability to establish, maintain, and foster positive and effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work. Ability to work overtime hours as needed. Supplemental Information PHYSICAL TASKS AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS : Please contact Human Resources for a summary of the essential tasks and environmental factors for this classification. Employee accommodations for physical or mental disabilities will be considered on a case-by-case basis. To view benefit information for all groups, Click Here New employees contribute the following amounts on a pre-tax basis towards the 2%@60 or 2%@62 CalPERS retirement formula depending on eligibility: Effective July 8, 2018: 12% of their salary Employees receive the following health insurance flexible benefits contribution: Effective July 7, 2019: $1,400 monthly Effective June 2022: $1,500 monthly The City does not participate in the Social Security system; however, federal mandate requires new employees to contribute 1.45% of wages to Medicare. As a condition of employment, all new employees are required to enroll and participate in the direct deposit program. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
City of Costa Mesa, CA Costa Mesa, California, United States
Nov 13, 2021
Part Time
Description Effective July 2022: 2% increase to Salary Range. There is currently one (1) part-time (30 hours per week) vacancy in the Police Department. Under general supervision, to perform a variety of technical duties involved in receiving, recording, storing, maintaining, releasing, and properly disposing of property and evidence collected by Police Department personnel; and to perform general technical duties in support of the Police Department. May exercise technical and functional supervision over Police Aides and volunteer staff. APPLICATION AND SELECTION PROCESS: Applications must be completed and submitted on-line. This recruitment will remain open until filled and may close without prior notice, therefore prompt application is encouraged. The first application review date will be Thurs day, November 4, 2021 . Candidates are requested to provide specific information regarding their education and experience as it relates to the position by completing all fields of the application. Applications may be rejected if incomplete . Do not include text or attached resumes, as they will not be accepted or reviewed in the application process. Based upon the information presented on the application, a limited number of candidates who possess qualifications most pertinent to the position will be invited to participate in the selection process. The selection process may include, but is not limited to the following components: application review and evaluation, written examination or exercise, physical examination, practical exercise and interview evaluation. Please notify the Human Resources Division 72 hours in advance of the test date if you have a disability which requires accommodation for the testing process. The eligibility list will be in effect for one (1) year, unless exhausted sooner. The eligibility list established from this recruitment may be utilized to fill lower-level vacancies which occur during the life of the list. It is recommended you use a personal email address on your application instead of a work email address . Notifications during this recruitment will be sent by email only (regardless of the notification preference selected during the on-line application process). Notifications will be sent to the email address that is listed on your on-line application. All employment offers made by the City are contingent upon establishing proof of a prospective candidate’s legal authorization to work in the United States and successfully passing all components of the pre-employment process which may include, but is not limited to: comprehensive background check, criminal history check (livescan fingerprint check), polygraph examination, post-offer psychological evaluation and post-offer medical evaluation (may include drug screen). Note: The provisions of this job bulletin do not constitute an expressed or implied contract. Any provisions contained within may be modified or revoked without notice. Essential Functions These functions may not be present in all positions in this class. When a position is to be filled, the essential functions will be noted in the announcement of position availability. Management reserves the right to add, modify, change or rescind work assignments as needed. Receive, record, store, and maintain property and evidence for the Police Department including monies, firearms, and narcotics. Release or dispose of property and evidence upon authorization and in accordance with applicable policies, procedures, laws, codes, and regulations. Contact the Department of Justice regarding the release of weapons to owners. Prepare authorized items for sale in auctions. Retrieve and return property items to various businesses. Deliver evidence to court. May pick up and transport property and evidence from outside agencies. May respond to crime scenes and transport collected property and evidence to the Police Department. Respond to inquiries and requests from Department personnel, law enforcement agencies, and the public. Input various detailed records into a computer terminal. Maintain accurate and detailed data, verify accuracy of information, and update information; prepare reports. Order and maintain Police Department supplies including badges, forms, and office supplies. Participate in facilitating the care and service of Department vehicles. Participate in the supervision of Police Aides and volunteer staff. Stay abreast of new policies and laws pertaining to property and evidence. Perform related duties as required. Qualification Guidelines A typical way to obtain the requisite knowledge and abilities to perform the duties and responsibilities of this classification is as follows: EDUCATION, TRAINING AND/OR EXPERIENCE: High school graduation or its equivalent. Specialized training in property and evidence management and handling is highly desirable. Two years of responsible office experience preferably performing property management in law enforcement. LICENSE AND/OR CERTIFICATE: Possession of, or ability to obtain: a Telecommunications Certificate issued by the Department of Justice. Possession of a valid Class C California Driver's License. Revocation of license during employment may result in disciplinary action or reassignment. REQUISITE KNOWLEDGE AND SKILL LEVELS: Knowledge of occupational hazards and standard safety practices necessary in the assigned area of work. Knowledge of principles and practices used in dealing with the public. Knowledge of modern office practices, methods and computer equipment. Knowledge of principles and procedures of record keeping. Knowledge of principles of basic report preparation. Knowledge of safe driving principles and practices. Skill in operating modern office equipment, including computer equipment. Skill in Microsoft Office programs including Word, Excel, and Access. Skill in operating a motor vehicle safely. REQUISITE ABILITIES: Ability to learn principles, practices, methods, and techniques of maintaining and processing evidence and property. Ability to learn, interpret, and apply the policies, procedures, laws, codes, and regulations pertaining to assigned programs and functions. Ability to receive, record, store, and maintain property and evidence. Ability to perform general clerical work. Ability to prepare and maintain accurate and complete records. Ability to prepare clear and concise reports. Ability to meet and deal tactfully and effectively with the public. Ability to maintain confidentiality of sensitive information and data. Ability to work independently with minimal supervision. Ability to exercise good judgment, flexibility, creativity, and sensitivity in response to changing situations and needs. Ability to communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing. Ability to establish, maintain and foster positive and harmonious working relationships with those contacted in the course of work. Ability to multi-task and complete a daily activity log. Supplemental Information PHYSICAL TASKS AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS: Please contact Human Resources for a summary of the essential tasks and environmental factors for this classification. Employee accommodations for physical or mental disabilities will be considered on a case-by-case basis. To view benefit information for all groups, Click Here New Full-Time employees contribute the following amounts on a pre-tax basis towards the 2%@60 or 2%@62 CalPERS retirement formula depending on eligibility: Effective July 8, 2018: 12% of their salary Full-Time employeesreceive the following health insurance flexible benefits contribution: Effective July 7, 2019: $1,400 monthly Effective June 2022: $1,500 monthly New Part-Time employees are appointed by and serve at the will of the Department Director. They are reviewed for merit salary advancement on a periodic basis. Generally, part-time employees are limited to no more than 1,000 hours of work per fiscal year (July 1 - June 30). Certain part-time employees, however, are permitted to exceed this limit.Part-time employees participate in either the Public Agency Retirement System (PARS) or the California Public Employees Retirement System (CalPERS) depending on eligibility. Employees enrolled in PARS contribute 3.75% of salary with a matching City contribution. Employees enrolled in CalPERS contribute 7.50% - 10.469% of salary depending on eligibility. Part-time positions are eligible to receive general leave benefits. General leave can be used for sick, vacation, or holiday time. The City does not participate in the Social Security system; however, federal mandate requires all new employees to contribute 1.45% of wages to Medicare. As a condition of employment, all new employees are required to enroll and participate in the direct deposit program. Closing Date/Time:
City of Costa Mesa, CA Costa Mesa, California, United States
Nov 11, 2021
Part Time
Description JOB SUMMARY: Under general supervision, the position assists in supervising and conducting the daily operation of the City aquatics program site including the assistance in the planning and monitoring of aquatic classes and programs; and assists in the training and supervising of pool employees. CLASS CHARACTERISTICS: An incumbent in this classification assists in teaching of specific techniques to participants in the aquatics program; assists in required pre-testing programs to divide participants into classes, divisions, or ability groups; provides for safe and enjoyable program activities; completes required department paperwork; and sets up equipment. Work is closely supervised and reviewed through regularly scheduled conferences, reports, and evaluations. This is a part-time position, working throughout the year. Work schedules vary as needed. As a condition of employment, a Senior Lifeguard must be available for all in-service training, annual training dates, and annual fitness performance test. Incumbents will be required to attend : 1. Orientation/training - Typically held Monday - Friday, from 2:30 - 5:30 p.m., scheduled after hire date. Times and dates subject to change. 2. Pre-Summer Orientation/Training: Different dates and times will be offered during the weeks of June 1, 2021 and June 7, 2021 (dates and times subject to change). 3. Mandatory Training: Date to be determined. Usually scheduled on a Saturday, after the Pre-Summer Orientation/Training dates. APPLICATION AND SELECTION PROCESS: Fitness test and interviews will be held by appointment at the Downtown Aquatic Center. To be considered for possible employment, the following must be completed: Submit an online application . Applications will be screened for minimum qualifications. Candidates who meet the qualifications will be invited to participate in the next step of the selection process, Fitness Testing and Selection Interviews. Attend " In-Water Fitness Testing and Selection Interviews " on date you are scheduled. If you meet the minimum qualifications, you will be contacted by the City and invited to participate in this process. Applicants will be notified by email if they meet the qualifications to attend the testing/selection process; at that time they will also be asked to sign a Registration/Waiver of Liability form. Applicants age 17 and under must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. Fitness tests and interviews will be held on an as needed basis by appointment at the Downtown Aquatic Center. TESTING CRITERIA: In-Water Physical Fitness Test: Tread water for 120 seconds using only the legs. Candidates should place their hands above water; 25 yard dive and approach swim (head up) in 18 seconds or less; Complete a timed event within 90 seconds Starting in the water, swim 20 yards. The face may be in or out of the water. Swim goggles are not allowed; Surface dive, feet-first or head-first, to a depth of 7 to 10 feet to retrieve a 10-pound swim brick; Return to the surface and swim 20 yards on the back to return to the starting point with both hands holding the object and keeping the face at or near the surface so they are able to get a breath. Candidates should not swim the distance under water. Exit the water without using a ladder or steps; and 200 yard swim in 3 minutes and 30 seconds or less Applicants who complete the In-Water Physical Fitness Test will be invited to participate in the selection interviews. Interviews will begin after all the fitness testing is complete. Required Certifications: Applicants must provide proof of valid original certifications prior to the first day of employment. Minimum certification requirements are as follows: Lifeguarding with the inclusion of first aid and CPR/AED from the American Red Cross (ARC) or an equivalent certifying body, ARC Water Safety Instructor, and the ability to obtain ARC Bloodborne Pathogens and First Aid for Public Safety Personnel within one year of hire date Desirable Certifications: The following certifications are not required but are considered as highly desirable: ARC Lifeguard Instructor ARC Lifeguard Instructor Trainer ARC Water Safety Instructor Trainer Please notify the Human Resources Division 72 hours in advance of the test date if you have a disability which requires accommodation for the testing process. Applications must be completed and submitted on-line by the specified deadline to be considered for upcoming testing and selection date. Candidates are requested to provide specific information on their education and experience as it relates to the position by completing all fields of the application. Applications may be rejected if incomplete. Do not include text or attached resumes, as they will not be accepted or reviewed in the application process . Based upon the information presented on the application, a limited number of candidates who possess qualifications most pertinent to the position will be invited to participate in the selection process. All employment offers made by the City are contingent upon establishing proof of a prospective candidate's legal authorization to work in the United States and successfully passing all components of the pre-employment process which may include, but is not limited to: comprehensive background check, criminal history check (livescan fingerprint check), polygraph examination, post-offer psychological evaluation and post-offer medical evaluation (may include drug screen). Note: The provisions of this job bulletin do not constitute an expressed or implied contract. Any provisions contained within may be modified or revoked without notice. Essential Functions These functions may not be present in all positions in this class. Management reserves the right to add, modify, change or rescind work assignments as needed. Assists in training, scheduling, supervising, and evaluating aquatic staff and other Recreation employees. Assists in organizing and conducting monthly and annual in-service training for aquatic staff. Assists in overseeing, coordinating, and conducting aquatic programs and lessons. Assists in developing creative programs that incorporate various aquatics experiences and water safety. Makes recommendations regarding necessary equipment and supplies. Monitors and patrols the swimming pool and aquatics facility including keeping a lookout for accidents in the water and pool area; warns patrons and dangerous practices with pool usage; follows and enforces pool regulations and codes in an effort to prevent patron accidents. Recognizes, enters water, and performs aquatic emergency rescues in the pool area; and administers artificial respiration, CPR/AED, and First Aid as needed. Serves as a lifeguard or instructor guard, as required. Teaches swimming lessons according to prescribed and approved methods by the American Red Cross in addition to specialized aquatic classes such as Aqua Aerobics or Aqua Boot Camp. Maintains program records and prepares reports as required. Monitors and assists with desk reception, telephone support and, related customer service activities. Monitors and assists in accepting registrations, collects fees, processes receipts, and accounts for money; acts as cashier as needed. Monitors and assists in preparation of facilities for regular operation of lap swim, lessons, and other daily operations. Removes and replaces pool covers and lane lines. Assists with routine pool cleaning and maintenance work on or around swimming pool. Performs other duties as required. Qualification Guidelines A typical way to obtain the requisite knowledge and abilities to perform the duties and responsibilities of this classification is as follows: Education, Training and/or Experience: Graduation from high school or its equivalent. Two years of paid or volunteer experience as a pool or beach guard. Experience working with children and youth is desirable. License and/or Certificate: Possession of a valid Class C California Driver License may be required for certain positions. Revocation of license during employment may result in disciplinary action or reassignment. A current (less than two years) tuberculosis clearance certificate by date of hire. Candidate must submit proof a valid American Red Cross (or state recognized) certificates in the following: Lifeguard Training, CPR/AED for Lifeguards, First Aid, and Water and Safety Instructor; or must show proof of enrollment in courses to obtain required certifications. Applicants must possess all required certifications by start date. First Aid for Public Safety Personnel (Title 22) and Bloodborne Pathogens certificates must be obtained within one year of hire. All certifications must be maintained throughout employment in order to remain in the position. Failure to maintain certifications may result in disciplinary action or reassignment. Additional American Red Cross certifications are desirable. Requisite Knowledge and Skill Levels: Knowledge of effective lifesaving techniques; and basic and advanced swimming strokes. Considerable knowledge of swimming pool operations and maintenance functions, basic principles of group management and child development. Knowledge and skills in effective customer service techniques. General knowledge of municipal recreation, water safety, and aquatic practices and principles. Skilled in lifeguarding, First Aid, and CPR/AED techniques. Skilled in reading, writing, and communicating in English at an appropriate level. Requisite Abilities: Ability to act quickly, calmly, and appropriately in emergency situations; ability to perform lifesaving and rescue techniques, including administering CPR/AED and First Aid. Ability to establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with other City employees and the public. Ability to lead, coordinate, and train aquatic staff; teach proper swimming techniques and water safety; and prepare reports. Ability to generate interest among program/class participants; evaluate and maintain participant progress and records. Ability to follow written and oral instructions. Ability to perform basic mathematic computations. Ability to swim the six basic strokes proficiently and with endurance; and effectively instruct and demonstrate desired skills and strokes for lesson participants. Ability to work a flexible schedule, which may include early mornings, evenings, weekends, and holidays. Supplemental Information Physical Tasks and Environmental Conditions: Must be able to pass a fitness performance test annually for continued employment. Candidates must be able to lift heavy weights (e.g., a child) and must be able to work for extended periods in the outdoors, exposed to the sun, water, and varying temperatures. Exposure to various swimming pool water chemicals, such as chlorine. Employee accommodations for physical or mental disabilities will be considered on a case-by-case basis. To view benefit information for all groups, Click Here Part-Time employees are appointed by and serve at the will of the Department Director. They are reviewed for merit salary advancement on a periodic basis. Generally, part-time employees are limited to no more than 1,000 hours of work per fiscal year (July 1 - June 30). Certain part-time employees, however, are permitted to exceed this limit. Part-time employees participate in either the Public Agency Retirement System (PARS) or the California Public Employees Retirement System (CalPERS) depending on eligibility. Employees enrolled in PARS contribute 3.75% of salary with a matching City contribution. Employees enrolled in CalPERS contribute 7.5% - 10.469% of salary depending on eligibility. Part-time positions are eligible to receive general leave benefits. General leave can be used for sick, vacation, or holiday time. The City does not participate in the Social Security system; however, federal mandate requires all new employees to contribute 1.45% of wages to Medicare. As a condition of employment, all new employees are required to enroll and participate in the direct deposit program. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
City of Costa Mesa, CA Costa Mesa, California, United States
Oct 31, 2021
Full Time
Description The City of Costa Mesa invites applications for the following current vacancy: 1 Full-time Vacancy - Public Services Department, Transportation Division Current Annual Salary Range: $102,972.00 - $138,000.00 *Effective July, 2022: 2% increase for all classifications Under general direction, leads the development, monitoring, tracking, and implementation of the City’s Active Transportation Program in order to provide safe, convenient access for bicyclists, pedestrians, and users of all ages and abilities; and performs related duties as required. CLASS CHARACTERISTICS This is a one-position classification that reports to the Transportation Services Manager and is responsible for leading the development and implementation of the City’s Active Transportation Programs. The position requires specialized knowledge, abilities, skills, and experience, and exercises independent judgment in the performance of their duties. Work requires extensive verbal and written contact with a variety of governmental agencies, private industry and community groups. Work may involve supervision of subordinate employees. Work is evaluated through conferences, reports, and results obtained. APPLICATION AND SELECTION PROCESS: Applications must be completed and submitted online. This recruitment will remain open until current positions are filled and may close without prior notice, therefore prompt application is encouraged. The next application review date is August 4, 2021. Candidates are required to provide specific information regarding their education and experience as it relates to the position by completing all fields of the application , do not include "see attached resume" in your responses, as they will not be accepted or reviewed in the application process. A detailed resume isalso required, this can be uploaded into the " Attachments " section of the online application. Applications may be rejected if incomplete. Based upon the information presented, a limited number of candidates who possess qualifications most pertinent to the position will be invited to participate in the selection process. The selection process may include, but is not limited to the following components: application materials review and evaluation, written examination or exercise, physical examination, practical exercise and interview evaluation. The eligibility list will be in effect for one (1) year, unless exhausted sooner. The eligibility list established from this recruitment may be utilized to fill lower-level vacancies which occur during the life of the list. It is recommended you use a personal email address on your application instead of a work email address. Notifications during this recruitment will be sent by email only (regardless of the notification preference selected during the online application process). Notifications will be sent to the email address that is listed on your online application. All employment offers made by the City are contingent upon establishing proof of a prospective candidate's legal authorization to work in the United States and successfully passing all components of the pre-employment process which may include, but is not limited to: comprehensive background check, criminal history check (Live Scan fingerprint check), polygraph examination, post-offer psychological evaluation and post-offer medical evaluation (may include drug screen). Please notify the Human Resources Division 72 hours in advance of the test date if you have a disability which requires accommodation for the testing process. Note: The provisions of this job bulletin do not constitute an expressed or implied contract. Any provisions contained within may be modified or revoked without notice. Essential Functions These functions may not be present in all positions in this class. When a position is to be filled, the essential functions will be noted in the announcement of position availability. Management reserves the right to add, modify, change or rescind work assignments as needed. Leads the development, monitoring, tracking, and implementation of the City’s Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Active Transportation Plans. Serves as the staff liaison with the Bikeway and Walkability Committee including coordinating the distribution of agenda and preparation of reports, meeting materials, agendas and minutes and supporting the Bikeway and Walkability committee activities and initiatives. Responds to inquiries from the committee members, liaisons and the general public such as traffic flow, traffic safety, signal operations, neighborhood traffic issues, and bicycle, pedestrian, and transit related improvements. Gathers, collects, transmits and tracks projects for the development of pedestrian and bicycle related plans, policies, programs, performance measures, and projects including developing and maintaining a bicycle project database for project prioritization based on goals and objectives in the City’s General Plan. Shares and promotes best practices for pedestrian/bicycle infrastructure policies, design and implementation and leads the implementation of pedestrian/bicycle policies. Reviews and provides feedback on planning and project development studies with regards to active transportation. Assists in the implementation of pedestrian/bicycle related policies from the Caltrans, OCTA, and the Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG). Coordinates with Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA) to evaluate and improve City transit facilities. Assists, coordinates and confers with City departments, neighboring agencies and other jurisdictions on joint studies or projects for programs, modifications improvements, impediments, health impact assessments related to active transportation. Assigns, schedules, evaluates, monitors, trains, checks, and corrects the work of assigned supervisory, professional, technical, and clerical staff. Researches and keeps apprised of available bicycle and pedestrian funding sources, determines work items that are eligible for grant funding and leads efforts to apply for grant programs, funding studies, projects, and programs geared toward bicyclists, pedestrians, and transit users. Drafts documents such as resolutions, consultant scopes of work, and request for proposals (RFP) associated with pedestrian and bicycle programs, traffic safety improvement programs, and suggested routes to schools and oversees the RFP process. Assists in or performs contract administration, surveys and inspections, monitors preparation of and approves, or recommends as appropriate, changes to the scope of work of and change orders, approves expenditures from project funds, directs and monitors consultant’s work and prepares reports on all phases of active transportation projects including work progress, financial status, progress payments, design details and calculations. Designs and/or assists in drafting bicycle and pedestrian design plans, construction specifications, and oversees preparation of plans, specification and cost estimates for projects. Conducts research and public outreach, analyzes data, formulates findings, conclusions and recommendations, writes active transportation reports and presents report findings to the City Council, the Planning Commission, other commission/committees/meetings or interdepartmental as assigned. Participates in the preparation of the annual budget. Prepares and updates the long-term projects related to active transportation for the City’s Capital Improvement Program. Reviews and provides comments on bicycle and pedestrian and other related legislation. Provides technical support to various committees and represents the City at public meetings. Performs additional duties as assigned. Qualification Guidelines A typical way to obtain the requisite knowledge and abilities to perform the duties and responsibilities of this classification is as follows: EDUCATION, TRAINING AND/OR EXPERIENCE: Three years of progressively responsible community, state or regional planning experience in the development of active transportation programs. Graduation from an accredited college or university with major coursework in transportation, environmental or urban/transportation planning, civil engineering, architecture, public administration or a closely related field. License and/or Certificate Possession or the ability to obtain a valid Class C California Driver’s License before the date of appointment may be required. Revocation of license during employment may result in disciplinary action or reassignment. Possession of a valid Certificate of Registration as a Registered Civil Engineer or Traffic Engineer. State of California registration is required within one year of appointment. Knowledge and Skill Levels: Knowledge of the principles, practices and techniques of active transportation and transportation planning. Knowledge of bicycle and pedestrian design concepts, safety issues and program development. Knowledge of the laws, regulations and reporting requirements pertaining to transportation, air quality and environmental protection. Knowledge of the relationships between active transportation, land use, economy and overall sustainability. Knowledge of policy development, communication and implementation methods of the fundamentals of land use planning, urban design and site plan review. Knowledge of the principles, practices and methods of project management and design. Knowledge of research methods and techniques to survey, collect and analyze data related to transportation and active transportation planning. Knowledge of principles and practices of leadership and supervision. Skill in the use of personal computers and current office software applications such as Microsoft Word, Outlook, Excel and Power Point. Skill in the use of AutoCad and GIS is desirable. Requisite Abilities: Ability to read and interpret laws and regulations and apply them appropriately to specific cases. Ability to read and evaluate development plans and specifications, and recommend changes to comply with specific statute, code and/or environmental requirements. Ability to understand and carry out complex technical directions and use initiative and sound independent judgment within established guidelines. Ability to manage multiple, concurrent projects while maintaining project schedules. Ability to deal effectively with stressful and/or confrontational situations requiring tact, diplomacy and persuasion. Ability to secure and maintain effective work relationships with coworkers, contractors, developers, architects, representatives of other governmental agencies and the general public. Ability to prepare and analyze data and information, make sound recommendations and prepare comprehensive reports. Ability to research, develop and evaluate alternative solutions to transportation problems. Ability to communicate and present ideas effectively both orally and in writing and prepare and deliver effective oral presentations to City Council, Planning Commission, Bikeway and Walkability Committee and citizens’ groups. Ability to plan, organize and supervise the work of assigned staff. Ability to attend City Council, commission and/or committee meetings after hours. Supplemental Information PHYSICAL TASKS AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS : Please contact Human Resources for a summary of the essential tasks and environmental factors for this classification. Employee accommodations for physical or mental disabilities will be considered on a case-by-case basis. To view benefit information for all groups, Click Here New employees contribute the following amounts on a pre-tax basis towards the 2%@60 or 2%@62 CalPERS retirement formula depending on eligibility: Effective July 8, 2018: 12% of their salary Employees receive the following health insurance flexible benefits contribution: Effective July 7, 2019: $1,400 monthly Effective June 2022: $1,500 monthly The City does not participate in the Social Security system; however, federal mandate requires new employees to contribute 1.45% of wages to Medicare. As a condition of employment, all new employees are required to enroll and participate in the direct deposit program. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
City of Costa Mesa, CA Costa Mesa, California, United States
Oct 31, 2021
Full Time
Description This job posting was updated on October 1, 2021. ADMINISTRATIVE & CLERICAL SUPPORT SERIES Applications are being accepted on a continuous basis in order to meet the needs of the City as vacancies occur. The City invites applications for the following current vacancies: One (1) Full-Time Administrative Secretary vacancy in the Development Services Department One (1) Full-Time Executive Secretary vacancy in the Finance Department One (1) Part-Time Administrative Secretary (Confidential) vacancy in the Finance Department Two (2) Part-Time Office Specialist* vacancies in the City Manager's Office - City Clerk Division Temporary positions at all levels City Wide to assist with special projects and/or fill in for leaves of absences. One (1) Full-Time Executive Secretary vacancy in the Development Services Department - This vacancy has been filled. One (1) Full-Time Office Specialist* vacancy in the Public Services Department - This vacancy has been filled. One (1) Full-Time Office Specialist* vacancy in the Fire Department - This vacancy has been filled. One (1) Full-Time Executive Secretary - Administration (Confidential) vacancy in the City Manager's Office - This vacancy has been filled. One (1) Full-Time Administrative Secretary vacancy in the Public Services Department - This vacancy has been filled. One (1) Full-Time Office Specialist* vacancy in the Police Department ** - This vacancy has been filled. One (1) Full-Time Executive Secretary vacancy in the Information Technology Department - This vacancy has been filled. One (1) Full-Time Executive Secretary vacancy in the Parks and Community Services Department has been filled. One (1) Full-Time Office Specialist* vacancy in the City Manager's Office - Central Services Section has been filled. One (1) Full-Time Human Resources Secretary (Confidential) vacancy in the City Manager's Office - Human Resources Division has been filled. One (1) Full-Time Office Specialist* vacancy in the Parks & Community Services Department has been filled. *Office Specialist positions may be filled at either the Office Specialist, Office Specialist I or at the Office Specialist II level depending on the qualifications of the candidate. **Prior to appointment, applicants will be required to pass a polygraph examination and extensive background investigation (which includes determination of recent drug use.) SALARY RANGE : Office Specialist: $3,193 - $4,280 per month ($18.42 - $24.69 per hour) Office Specialist I: $3,530 - $4,730 per month ($20.37 - $27.29 per hour) Office Specialist II: $3,805 - $5,099 per month ($21.95 - $29.42 per hour) Human Resources Office Specialist II (Confidential)*: $3,862 - $5,176 per month ($22.28 - $29.86 per hour) Administrative Secretary: $4,359 - $5,841 per month ($25.15 - $33.70 per hour) Administrative Secretary (Confidential)*: $4,425 - $5,929 per month ($25.53 - $34.21 per hour) Human Resources Secretary (Confidential)*: $4,425 - $5,929 per month ($25.53 - $34.21 per hour) Executive Secretary: $4,792 - $6,422 per month ($27.65 - $37.05 per hour) Executive Secretary - Administration (Confidential)*: $4,865 - $6,519 per month ($28.07 - $37.61 per hour) Effective July 2022: 2% increase (for all classifications) *Confidential Employee Designation: Employee in these classifications may have access to decisions or the decision-making process of the City concerning matters related to employer-employee relations and may have access to or may prepare confidential materials and/or information and/or recommendations on behalf of the City in matters relating to employer-employee relations. APPLICATION AND SELECTION PROCESS: Candidates are requested to provide specific information on their education and experience as it relates to the position by completing all fields of the application. Applications may be rejected if incomplete. Do not include text or attached resumes, as they will not be accepted or reviewed in the application process. The initial application screening and invite to written exam will be based upon candidate's answers to the supplemental questions only. Prior to placement on the eligibility list, your answers to the supplemental questions will be verified against information provided in the Education and Work Experience sections of the employment application. The selection process will include the following components: application review and evaluation, written examination, and selection interview. The written examination date is to be determined . Please notify the Human Resources Division 72 hours in advance of the test date if you have a disability which requires accommodation for the testing process. The eligibility list established from this recruitment will be used to fill the above vacancy as well as any future full-time and part-time vacancies in any classification in the series that may occur during the life of the list. Candidates will remain on the eligibility list for one (1) year from date of certification unless exhausted sooner. To be considered for the above positions (excluding Office Specialist), candidates must be able to type at a speed of 40 wpm net (corrected) or better. Please click here for typing certificate requirements and instructions for submitting (please note we do not accept attachments to the online application). If you do not currently have a typing certificate that meets the requirements as listed on the link above and are considered for any of the positions in this series (excluding Office Specialist), your speed will be verified at a later time prior to job offer. Please note that all candidate status notifications will be sent by email only regardless of the preference you listed on your application. All employment offers made by the City are contingent upon establishing proof of a prospective candidate's legal authorization to work in the United States and successfully passing all components of the pre-employment process which may include, but is not limited to: comprehensive background check, criminal history check (Live Scan fingerprint check), polygraph examination, post-offer psychological evaluation and post-offer medical evaluation (may include drug screen). Note: The provisions of this job bulletin do not constitute an expressed or implied contract. Any provisions contained within may be modified or revoked without notice. Essential Functions For a detailed list of essential functions for each position, please click on the below links: Office Specialist/Office Specialist I/Office Specialist II Human Resources Office Specialist II Administrative Secretary Administrative Secretary - Confidential Human Resources Secretary - Confidential Executive Secretary Executive Secretary - Administration Qualification Guidelines All positions require graduation from high school or its equivalent and possession of, or ability to obtain, a valid California Driver's License. Revocation of license during employment may result in disciplinary action or reassignment. Office Specialist: Requires some work experience in an office environment that includes public contact is desirable. Office Specialist I: Requires one year of experience in related clerical work involving a variety of typing and/or office operation responsibilities. Requires ability to type at a corrected rate of 40 net words per minute. Office Specialist II and Human Resources Office Specialist II: Requires two years of related, progressively responsible clerical work requiring the application of policies and procedures. Requires ability to type at a corrected rate of 40 net words per minute. Administrative Secretary & Administrative Secretary (Confidential): Requires three years of progressively responsible secretarial and clerical experience. Secretarial and clerical experience in a public agency is desirable. Experience supporting a public agency governing body and/or commission is desirable. Requires ability to type at a corrected rate of 40 net words per minute. Human Resources Secretary (Confidential): Requires three years of progressively responsible administrative support and/or secretarial and clerical experience. Experience in the Human Resources area is desirable. Requires ability to type at a corrected rate of 40 net words per minute. Executive Secretary & Executive Secretary - Administration: Requires three years of progressively responsible secretarial and clerical experience, including administrative support to management or executive level staff. Secretarial and clerical experience in a public agency is desirable. Experience supporting a public agency governing body and/or commission is desirable. Requires ability to type at a corrected rate of 40 net words per minute. Supplemental Information PHYSICAL TASKS AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS: Please contact Human Resources for a summary of the essential tasks and environmental factors for this classification. Employee accommodations for physical or mental disabilities will be considered on a case-by-case basis. To view benefit information for all groups, Click Here New employees contribute the following amounts on a pre-tax basis towards the 2%@60 or 2%@62 CalPERS retirement formula depending on eligibility: Effective July 8, 2018: 12% of their salary Employees receive the following health insurance flexible benefits contribution: Effective July 7, 2019: $1,400 monthly Effective June 2022: $1,500 monthly The City does not participate in the Social Security system; however, federal mandate requires new employees to contribute 1.45% of wages to Medicare. As a condition of employment, all new employees are required to enroll and participate in the direct deposit program. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
City of Costa Mesa, CA Costa Mesa, California, United States
Oct 31, 2021
Full Time
Description The City of Costa Mesa invites applications for the following current vacancies: 3 Full-time Vacancies - Public Services, Engineering Division Current Annual Salary Range: $93,672 - $125,520 ($45.03 - $60.35 per hour) *Effective July, 2022: 2% increase for all classifications The current full-time vacancies are assigned to the Engineering division of the Public Services Department. The eligibility list established from this recruitment will be used to fill the current vacancy and any future vacancies for this classification that may occur during the life of the list. THE POSITION: Under general supervision, performs a variety of responsible and complex professional level civil engineering work in the field and office associated with the design, development, investigation, construction, and maintenance of public works projects. CLASS CHARACTERISTICS: This is a journey level professional classification in the professional engineering series. Work involves the application of complex engineering principles, practices, and techniques to a variety of public works engineering projects. Assignments are usually broad in scope and require the use of considerable judgment in making complex technical decisions. It differs from the Assistant Engineer class by its responsibility for independent analysis and project management responsibilities. Work is reviewed by the Senior Engineer, Principal Civil Engineer, City Engineer, or Transportation Services Manager through conferences and reports. Supervises subordinate engineering, field and clerical staff members. APPLICATION AND SELECTION PROCESS: Applications must be completed and submitted online. This recruitment will remain open until filled and may close without prior notice, therefore prompt application is encouraged. First application review date is Wednesday , August 18 , 2021 . Candidates are required to provide specific information regarding their education and experience as it relates to the position by completing all fields of the application , do not include "see attached resume" in your responses, as they will not be accepted or reviewed in the application process. A detailed resume isalso required, this can be uploaded into the " Attachments " section of the online application. Applications may be rejected if incomplete. Based upon the information presented, a limited number of candidates who possess qualifications most pertinent to the position will be invited to participate in the selection process. The selection process may include, but is not limited to the following components: application materials review and evaluation, written examination or exercise, physical examination, practical exercise and interview evaluation. The eligibility list will be in effect for one (1) year, unless exhausted sooner. The eligibility list established from this recruitment may be utilized to fill lower-level vacancies which occur during the life of the list. It is recommended you use a personal email address on your application instead of a work email address. Notifications during this recruitment will be sent by email only (regardless of the notification preference selected during the online application process). Notifications will be sent to the email address that is listed on your online application. All employment offers made by the City are contingent upon establishing proof of a prospective candidate's legal authorization to work in the United States and successfully passing all components of the pre-employment process which may include, but is not limited to: comprehensive background check, criminal history check (Live Scan fingerprint check), polygraph examination, post-offer psychological evaluation and post-offer medical evaluation (may include drug screen). Please notify the Human Resources Division 72 hours in advance of the test date if you have a disability which requires accommodation for the testing process. Note: The provisions of this job bulletin do not constitute an expressed or implied contract. Any provisions contained within may be modified or revoked without notice. Essential Functions For a detailed list of essential functions for this classification, please refer to the specific job description. The job description can be viewed by clicking on the link below: Associate Engineer Qualification Guidelines Considerable and progressively responsible professional experience in the field of civil engineering, which includes a minimum of two years of full-time experience in public works engineering or project management, and supervision of technical/professional personnel. Graduation from a four-year college or university with major coursework in Civil Engineering or a related field. License and/or Certificate: Possession of, or the ability to obtain a valid Class C California Driver's License, or higher, before date of appointment is required. Revocation of license during employment may result in disciplinary action or reassignment. Certification as a Registered Civil Engineer in the State of California is highly desirable. Certification as a Traffic Engineer in the State of California is highly desirable if assigned to the Transportation Services Division. Requisite Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: For detailed information on the requisite knowledge, skills, and abilities for this classification, please refer to the specific job description. The job description can be viewed by clicking the link below: Associate Engineer Supplemental Information PHYSICAL TASKS AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS : Please contact Human Resources for a summary of the essential tasks and environmental factors for this classification. Employee accommodations for physical or mental disabilities will be considered on a case-by-case basis. To view benefit information for all groups, Click Here New employees contribute the following amounts on a pre-tax basis towards the 2%@60 or 2%@62 CalPERS retirement formula depending on eligibility: Effective July 8, 2018: 12% of their salary Employees receive the following health insurance flexible benefits contribution: Effective July 7, 2019: $1,400 monthly Effective June 2022: $1,500 monthly The City does not participate in the Social Security system; however, federal mandate requires new employees to contribute 1.45% of wages to Medicare. As a condition of employment, all new employees are required to enroll and participate in the direct deposit program. Closing Date/Time:
City of Costa Mesa, CA Costa Mesa, California, United States
Oct 31, 2021
Full Time
Description Effective July 2022: 2% salary increase JOB SUMMARY: Communications Officers are first responders who serve as the primary link between the public, police, and fire by receiving 9-1-1 emergency and non-emergency calls. Under general supervision, to perform skilled work in receiving incoming calls at the City's Communications Operations Center, including requests for police/fire protection services or information, and dispatching of necessary units and equipment for emergency service through the use of telephone, radio, or other communications equipment; and performs related duties as required. APPLICATION AND SELECTION PROCESS: Applications are being accepted on a continuous basis in order to meet the needs of the City. This recruitment may close at anytime, therefore prompt application is encouraged. STEP #1: Written Examination Take the written exam with National Testing Network (NTN). Interested candidates who meet the position qualifications must have completed the ECOMM (Emergency Communications) written exam within the last 12 months (based on application date). The exam is administered directly by the National Testing Network (NTN) and candidates pay a test fee for the service. There are multiple test sites in Southern California, as well as throughout the country. To schedule a test, visit the NTN website at www.nationaltestingnetwork.com . Go to "Exams", "Emergency Communications-ECOMM", and sign up for the "Costa Mesa Police Department". NTN will submit the scores to Costa Mesa Human Resources for review. Do NOT submit a test score if you do not meet the job qualifications. Passing scores for the Costa Mesa Police Department are as follows for the three sections: Call Taker - 53 or higher Recording (Notes) - 64 or higher Dispatch - 43 or higher * Applicants are also required to complete the Simulations. LATERAL applicants: Candidates who are currently employed as a full-time police dispatcher with a California POST agency (at least one year of experience) and possess a POST Public Safety Dispatcher Certificate will be waived from the written exam requirement. Lateral applicants proceed to Step #2. STEP #2: Typing Certificate Provide a typing certificate that meets the following criteria: Must be issued from a recognized employment or public agency. Online/Internet issued certificates will NOT be accepted. Certificates must be on the agency's letterhead or formal certificate and include the agency's name and phone number. Must be issued within the last 12 months (based on application date). Certificates must indicate a NET (corrected) typing speed of 40 WPM or better . Failure to provide a typing certificate at time of application that meets the above requirements may result in disqualification. Typing certificates must be attached to application (application requirement in step #3) Certificates from any agency meeting the above criteria will be accepted. The following agencies may also be used; the City of Costa Mesa neither endorses nor opposes any of these agencies. You should call to make an appointment and ensure they are operating during the COVID-19 pandemic. Orange County One-Stop Center Focus Employment Inc. 7077 Orangewood Avenue, #200 2400 E. Katella Avenue, Suite 800 Garden Grove, CA 92841 Anaheim, CA 92806 (714) 241-4900 (714) 848-6129 STEP #3: Submit Application Applications must be completed and submitted online. Candidates are required to provide specific information on their education and experience as it relates to the position by completing all fields of the application. Applications may be rejected if incomplete (resumes are not accepted). Candidate notifications are sent via email. Please make sure your email address is correct and check your email periodically during the application process. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Please ensure you meet the position qualifications as stated under the "MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS" section below before submitting your application. AUTOMATIC DISQUALIFIERS : Please be advised of the Costa Mesa Police Department automatic disqualifiers : click here for a list of background disqualifiers. If you do not meet the minimum qualifications, or if any of the automatic disqualifiers pertain to you, it is recommended that you do not take the written exam or submit an application for this position as you will be disqualified from the selection process. Required Attachment(s): All applicants - Typing Certificate meeting the requirements stated in Step #2. Applicants who have completed the POST Public Safety Dispatcher Basic Course must attach a copy of their Certificate of Completion to their application. LATERAL applicants who are Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST) Certified must attach a copy of their Public Safety Dispatcher Certificate. ( Note: this Certificate differs from the one obtained from the POST Basic Course, rather it is awarded after completing probation as a full-time dispatcher at a POST participating agency. ) Lateral applicants may be eligible to have the written exam waived. Do NOT attach any other documents other than what is listed above (i.e., resume, diplomas, IDs, etc.), as they will not be accepted or reviewed in the application process. STEP #4: Oral Interview Evaluations Based upon the information presented in the application, a limited number of applicants who possess qualifications most pertinent to the position will be invited to participate in the selection process. Candidates must complete the written exam and typing certificate requirements in order for their applications to be reviewed. Please notify the Human Resources Division 72 hours in advance of the test date if you have a disability which requires accommodation for the testing process. Eligibility List Candidates must pass all four (4) steps listed above to be placed on the City's Eligibility List. The written exam, typing certificate, and application review are all qualifying steps (pass/fail). The oral interview evaluation is weighted 100% and determines a candidate's placement on the eligibility list. Eligibility lists are valid for one (1) year from the date they are established unless it is exhausted sooner or extended for an additional period of time. Final Phases of the Selection Process: Upon being placed on the eligibility list, appointment(s) will be made after successfully passing each of the following components: polygraph examination, a comprehensive background investigation (includes Live scan fingerprint check), interview with the Chief of Police, and the post-offer pre-employment psychological evaluation and medical examination (may include drug screen). All employment offers made by the City are contingent upon establishing proof of a prospective candidate's legal authorization to work in the United States. Note: The provisions of this job bulletin do not constitute an expressed or implied contract. Any provisions contained within may be modified or revoked without notice. Essential Functions Please click here to review the essential functions of the position on the job description link prior to applying for the position. Qualification Guidelines A typical way to obtain the requisite knowledge and abilities to perform the duties and responsibilities of this classification is as follows: EDUCATION: High school graduation or the equivalent. TRAINING AND/OR EXPERIENCE: Entry Level: An equivalent combination of education and experience sufficient to successfully perform the essential duties of the job such as those listed in the class specification. Completion of the POST Public Safety Dispatcher’s Basic Course within 12 months of appointment. Lateral Dispatchers: Candidates who are currently employed as a full-time police dispatcher with a California POST agency (with at least one year of experience) and possess a POST Public Safety Dispatcher Certificate. Applicants who are Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST) Certified must submit a copy of their Public Safety Dispatcher Certificate. ( Note: this Certificate differs from the one obtained from the POST Basic Course, rather it is awarded after completing probation as a full-time dispatcher at a POST participating agency. ) Lateral applicants may be eligible to have the written exam waived. LICENSE AND/OR CERTIFICATE: Class C California Driver’s License. Revocation of license during employment may result in disciplinary action or reassignment. Possession of, or eligible to apply for, the POST Public Safety Dispatcher Certificate within 18 months of appointment. Possession of, or the ability to obtain, the Emergency Medical Dispatch (EMD) certificate, including Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) certification within 18 months of appointment. REQUISITE KNOWLEDGE, SKILL AND ABILITIES: Please click here to review detailed information on the requisite knowledge, skills, and abilities for this position. Supplemental Information PHYSICAL TASKS AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS: Please contact Human Resources for a summary of the essential tasks and environmental factors for this classification. Employee accommodations for physical or mental disabilities will be considered on a case-by-case basis. To view benefit information for all groups, Click Here New employees contribute the following amounts on a pre-tax basis towards the 2%@60 or 2%@62 CalPERS retirement formula depending on eligibility: Effective July 8, 2018: 12% of their salary Employees receive the following health insurance flexible benefits contribution: Effective July 7, 2019: $1,400 monthly Effective June 2022: $1,500 monthly The City does not participate in the Social Security system; however, federal mandate requires new employees to contribute 1.45% of wages to Medicare. As a condition of employment, all new employees are required to enroll and participate in the direct deposit program. Closing Date/Time:
City of Costa Mesa, CA Costa Mesa, California, United States
Oct 31, 2021
Part Time
Description THE COMMUNITY SERVICES LEADER SERIES INCLUDES THE FOLLOWING CLASSIFICATIONS: Community Services Leader II: $14.58 per hour Community Services Leader III: $15.14 per hour Senior Community Services Leader: $15.38 - $16.95 per hour Various assignments within Youth Programs, Facilities, Senior Center, and Field Ambassador Programs Please click here to review a description of each of the above programs. THE POSITION: Community Services Leaders perform responsible work related to various Parks and Community Services related programs/activities. WORK SCHEDULE: Community Services Leaders are part-time positions that may work between 8 to 32 hours per week. Work schedules may require evening/night and weekend shifts and may be seasonal and/or year round. Hours per week and work schedules vary depending on program assignment. APPLICATION AND SELECTION PROCESS: Applications must be completed and submitted online. Candidates are requested to provide specific information on their education and experience as it relates to the position by completing all fields of the application. Applications may be rejected if incomplete. Do not include text or attached resumes, as they will not be accepted or reviewed in the application process. Based upon the information presented on the application, a limited number of candidates who possess qualifications most pertinent to the position will be invited to participate in the selection process. The selection process may include, but is not limited to, the following components: application review and evaluation, written examination or exercise, physical examination, practical exercise and interview evaluation. Please notify the Human Resources Division 72 hours in advance of the test date if you have a disability which requires accommodation for the testing process. Notifications during this recruitment will be sent by email only (regardless of the notification preference selected during the online application process). Notifications will be sent to the email address that is listed on your online application. All employment offers made by the City are contingent upon establishing proof of a prospective candidate's legal authorization to work in the United States and successfully passing all components of the pre-employment process which may include, but is not limited to: comprehensive background check, criminal history check (Live scan fingerprint check), polygraph examination, post-offer psychological evaluation and post-offer medical evaluation (may include drug screen). Note: The provisions of this job bulletin do not constitute an expressed or implied contract. Any provisions contained within may be modified or revoked without notice. Essential Functions * The following duties are currently under review These functions may not be present in all positions in this series. Management reserves the right to add, modify, change or rescind work assignments as needed. Recreation Leader I: Assisting in supervising children during activities; organizing group activities and games; and leading arts and crafts and other projects. Recreation Leader II: Assisting in coordinating and organizing a variety of recreational programs and activities; planning and leading the work of subordinate recreation staff along with: supervising children during activities; organizing group activities and games; and leading arts and crafts and other projects. Recreation Leader III: Assisting in program planning, scheduling and record keeping; supervising and training Recreation Leaders I/II under the direction of a Recreation Leader IV. Recreation Leader IV: Plans, coordinates, and conducts program operations. Promotes and conducts outreach activities to effectively solicit program and event participants. Recruits, supervises, trains, and evaluates assigned part-time staff and volunteers. Additional functions for all levels: Monitoring the daily checking in and out of children from programs and activities, enforcing rules, positively interacting with parents, participants, and the general public. Perform other related duties as required. Qualification Guidelines *The following qualifications are currently under review Recreation Leader I: 16 years of age or older; experience in volunteerism or participation in recreational activities desirable. Work permit may be required for current high school students. Recreation Leader II: High school graduation or its equivalent; 18 years of age, or older, or enrolled in college; and/or one year experience working with individuals and groups in a recreational setting. Recreation Leader III: High school graduation or its equivalent, and two years of college coursework in Child Development, Leisure Services, Recreation or related field; and/or two years of experience in working with individuals and groups in a related recreational program area or service. Recreation Leader IV: High school graduation or its equivalent, and two years of college coursework in Child Development, Leisure Services, Recreation or related field; and/or two years of experience in working with individuals and groups in a related recreational program area or service. One full year of experience in planning, promoting, coordinating and facilitating of programs, special events or social services. Some supervisory experience in a recreational setting. Strong verbal and written communication skills. Familiarity with modern MS Office software (i.e. Word, Excel, Outlook, and Publisher). Additional requirements (for all levels): A current (less than two years) tuberculosis clearance certificate by date of hire for any assignments working with children. Possession of, or ability to obtain, first aid certificates may be required. A valid California Driver's License may be required. Revocation of license during employment may result in disciplinary action or reassignment. A valid California Commercial Class C License may be required for some positions. Revocation of license during employment, or failure to obtain if required, may result in disciplinary action or reassignment. Availability to work up to 8-32 hours per week: hours vary depending upon assignment. Ability to entertain and control children, have a positive attitude, be creative and imaginative. Supplemental Information Physical Tasks and Environmental Conditions: Candidates must be able to walk/run with children while playing games and leading excursions, and may lift heavy weights (e.g., a child or set up of tables and chairs). In addition, candidates must be able to work for extended periods in the outdoors, and be exposed to sun and varying temperatures. To view benefit information for all groups, Click Here Part-Time employees are appointed by and serve at the will of the Department Director. They are reviewed for merit salary advancement on a periodic basis. Generally, part-time employees are limited to no more than 1,000 hours of work per fiscal year (July 1 - June 30). Certain part-time employees, however, are permitted to exceed this limit. Part-time employees participate in either the Public Agency Retirement System (PARS) or the California Public Employees Retirement System (CalPERS) depending on eligibility. Employees enrolled in PARS contribute 3.75% of salary with a matching City contribution. Employees enrolled in CalPERS contribute 7.5% - 10.469% of salary depending on eligibility. Part-time positions are eligible to receive general leave benefits. General leave can be used for sick, vacation, or holiday time. The City does not participate in the Social Security system; however, federal mandate requires all new employees to contribute 1.45% of wages to Medicare. As a condition of employment, all new employees are required to enroll and participate in the direct deposit program. Closing Date/Time:
City of Costa Mesa, CA Costa Mesa, California, United States
Oct 31, 2021
Full Time
Description There is currently two (2) full-time vacancies that may be filled at the Equipment Mechanic I, II or III level depending on the qualifications of the candidate. SALARY RANGE Equipment Mechanic I: Current: $20.45 - $27.40 per hour ($42,540 - $56,998 anually) Effective July, 2021: $22.55 - $30.20 per hour ($46,896 - $62,820 anually) Equipment Mechanic II: Current: $24.46 - $32.79 per hour ($50,880 - $68,196 anually) Effective July, 2021: $26.97 - $36.14 per hour ($56,100 - $75,180 anually) Equipment Mechanic III: Current: $26.36 - $35.33 per hour ($54,828 - $73,476 anually) Effective July, 2021: $29.06 - $38.94 per hour ($60,444 - $81,000 anually) *Salary Tier based on eligibility * Effective July 2022: 2% increase (for all classifications) * Due to recent budget reductions, full-time employees in these classifications are required to furlough 104 hours between June 21, 2020 and June 18, 2021. New employees will have their required furlough hours prorated based on hire date. THE POSITION: Under general supervision, an incumbent performs skilled and specialized work in the maintenance and repair of automotive, construction, heavy truck, fire apparatus and a variety of equpment; and performs related duties as required. APPLICATION AND SELECTION PROCESS: Applications must be completed and submitted online. This recruitment will remain open until current positions are filled and may close without prior notice, therefore prompt application is encouraged. The first application review date is March 24, 2021. Candidates are required to provide specific information regarding their education and experience as it relates to the position by completing all fields of the application , do not include "see attached resume" in your responses, as they will not be accepted or reviewed and your application will be deemed incomplete. A detailed resume can be uploaded into the " Attachments " section of the online application. Based upon the information presented, a limited number of candidates who possess qualifications most pertinent to the position will be invited to participate in the selection process. The selection process may include, but is not limited to the following components: application materials review and evaluation, written examination or exercise, physical examination, practical exercise and interview evaluation. The eligibility list will be in effect for one (1) year, unless exhausted sooner. The eligibility list established from this recruitment may be utilized to fill lower-level vacancies which occur during the life of the list. It is recommended you use a personal email address on your application instead of a work email address. Notifications during this recruitment will be sent by email only (regardless of the notification preference selected during the online application process). Notifications will be sent to the email address that is listed on your online application. All employment offers made by the City are contingent upon establishing proof of a prospective candidate's legal authorization to work in the United States and successfully passing all components of the pre-employment process which may include, but is not limited to: comprehensive background check, criminal history check (Live Scan fingerprint check), polygraph examination, post-offer psychological evaluation and post-offer medical evaluation (may include drug screen). Please notify the Human Resources Division 72 hours in advance of the test date if you have a disability which requires accommodation for the testing process. Note: The provisions of this job bulletin do not constitute an expressed or implied contract. Any provisions contained within may be modified or revoked without notice. Essential Functions For a list of essential functions for each level, please click on the links below: Equipment Mechanic I Equpiment Mechanic II Equipment Mechanic III Qualification Guidelines A typical way to obtain the requisite knowledge and abilities to perform the duties and responsibilities of this classification is as follows: Equipment Mechanic I: EDUCATION, TRAINING AND/OR EXPERIENCE: Some experiences in automotive repair and graduation from high school, including or supplemented by some related vocational training. LICENSE AND/OR CERTIFICATE: Possession of a valid California Driver's License, Class C or higher, and the ability to obtain a Class B or higher license. Equipment Mechanic II: EDUCATION, TRAINING AND/OR EXPERIENCE: Experience in automotive (including heavy trucks), construction, and/or safety vehicle and equipment repair and high school graduation including or supplemented by a steady and current record of related vocational training. LICENSE AND/OR CERTIFICATE: Possession of a valid Class C California Driver's License and the ability to obtain a Class B or higher license. Equipment Mechanic III: EDUCATION, TRAINING AND/OR EXPERIENCE: High school graduation, or its equivalent, supplemented by a steady and current record of related vocational study. A high degree of proficiency in the area of specialization is desired. Progressively responsible experience as a full-time journey level mechanic in the repair of heavy and light automotive vehicles and equipment, with considerable experience in maintenance and repair of specialized fire equipment and the use of sophisticated diagnostic equipment. LICENSE AND/OR CERTIFICATE: Possession or the ability to obtain a valid Class C or higher California Driver's License. Possession of a valid Class A California Driver's License with air brake, tank and manual transmission endorsements within 6 months of hire. Revocation of licenses during employment may result in disciplinary action or reassignment. Desirable: Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) certifications in automotive and heavy truck repair. California Fire Mechanic State certifications as a Mechanic I, II, or III. Emergency Vehicle Technician (EVT) certified *Revocation of license during employment may result in disciplinary action or reassignment. Supplemental Information PHYSICAL TASKS AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS: Please contact human resources for a summary of the essential tasks and environmental factors for this classification. Employee accommodations for physical or mental disabilities will be considered on a case-by-case basis. To view benefit information for all groups, Click Here New employees contribute the following amounts on a pre-tax basis towards the 2%@60 or 2%@62 CalPERS retirement formula depending on eligibility: Effective July 8, 2018: 12% of their salary Employees receive the following health insurance flexible benefits contribution: Effective July 7, 2019: $1,400 monthly Effective June 2022: $1,500 monthly The City does not participate in the Social Security system; however, federal mandate requires new employees to contribute 1.45% of wages to Medicare. As a condition of employment, all new employees are required to enroll and participate in the direct deposit program. Closing Date/Time:
City of Costa Mesa, CA Costa Mesa, California, United States
Oct 31, 2021
Part Time
Description JOB SUMMARY: Under general supervision, this position teaches swimming lessons and/or specialized aquatic classes to the public. This position also monitors the use of the swimming pool; and enforces safety rules. CLASS CHARACTERISTICS: An incumbent in this classification supervises and performs the more advanced work in the teaching of specific techniques to participants in the aquatics program. Incumbents are responsible for ensuring that the skills which are outlined in the course description are taught; assisting in any required pre-testing program to assign the participants into classes, divisions or ability groups; assisting in curriculum planning; providing safe and enjoyable program activities; evaluating participant progress/performance; and completing required departmental paperwork. Work is reviewed through regularly scheduled conferences, reports and evaluations. Year Round: This is a part-time position, working throughout the year. Work schedules vary as needed. As a condition of employment, an Instructor Guard must be available to teach in the spring Monday/Wednesday and/or Tuesday/Thursday and Saturday classes during each session; AND/OR during the summer Monday through Thursday, and Saturday classes during each session, and for all in-service training, annual training dates, and annual fitness performance test. Seasonal: This is a seasonal part-time position, working during the school year (September to May), and/or the summer (June to August). Work schedules vary as needed. As a condition of seasonal employment, an Instructor Guard must be available to teach in the spring Monday/Wednesday and/or Tuesday/Thursday, and Saturday classes during each session; AND/OR during the summer Monday through Thursday, and Saturday classes during each session, and for all in-service training during the entire season worked. Incumbents will be required to attend : 1. Orientation/training - Typically held Monday - Friday, from 2:30 - 5:30 p.m., scheduled after hire date. Times and dates subject to change. 2. Pre-Summer Orientation/Training: Different dates and times will be offered during the weeks of June 1, 2021 and June 7, 2021 (dates and times subject to change). 3. Mandatory Training: Date to be determined. Usually scheduled on a Saturday, after the Pre-Summer Orientation/Training dates. APPLICATION AND SELECTION PROCESS: Fitness test and interviews will be held on an as needed basis by appointment at the Downtown Aquatic Center. To be considered for possible employment, the following must be completed: Submit an online application. Applications will be screened for minimum qualifications. Candidates who meet the qualifications will be invited to participate in the next step of the selection process, Fitness Testing and Selection Interviews. Attend " In-Water Fitness Testing and Selection Interviews " on date you are scheduled. If you meet the minimum qualifications, you will be contacted by the City and invited to participate in this process. Applicants will be notified by email if they meet the qualifications to attend the testing/selection process; at that time they will also be asked to sign a Registration/Waiver of Liability form. Applicants age 17 and under must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. TESTING CRITERIA: In-Water Physical Fitness Test : Tread water for 120 seconds using only the legs. Candidates should place their hands above water; 25 yard dive and approach swim (head up) in 18 seconds or less; Complete a timed event within 90 seconds Starting in the water, swim 20 yards. The face may be in or out of the water. Swim goggles are not allowed. Surface dive, feet-first or head-first, to a depth of 7 to 10 feet to retrieve a 10-pound swim brick; Return to the surface and swim 20 yards on the back to return to the starting point with both hands holding the object and keeping the face at or near the surface so they are able to get a breath. Candidates should not swim the distance under water. Exit the water without using a ladder or steps. 200 yard swim in 3 minutes and 30 seconds or less Applicants who complete the In-Water Physical Fitness Test will be invited to participate in the selection interviews. Interviews will begin after all the fitness testing is complete. Required Certifications: Applicants must provide proof of valid original certifications prior to the first day of employment. Minimum certification requirements are as follows: Lifeguarding with the inclusion of first aid and CPR/AED from the American Red Cross (ARC) or an equivalent certifying body, ARC Water Safety Instructor, and the ability to obtain ARC Bloodborne Pathogens and First Aid for Public Safety Personnel within one year of hire date Desirable Certifications: The following certifications are not required, but are considered as highly desirable: ARC Lifeguard Instructor ARC Lifeguard Instructor Trainer ARC Water Safety Instructor Trainer Please notify the Human Resources Division 72 hours in advance of the test date if you have a disability which requires accommodation for the testing process. Applications must be completed and submitted on-line by the specified deadline to be considered for upcoming testing and selection date. Candidates are requested to provide specific information on their education and experience as it relates to the position by completing all fields of the application. Applications may be rejected if incomplete. Do not include text or attached resumes, as they will not be accepted or reviewed in the application process . Based upon the information presented on the application, a limited number of candidates who possess qualifications most pertinent to the position will be invited to participate in the selection process. All employment offers made by the City are contingent upon establishing proof of a prospective candidate's legal authorization to work in the United States and successfully passing all components of the pre-employment process which may include, but is not limited to: comprehensive background check, criminal history check (livescan fingerprint check), polygraph examination, post-offer psychological evaluation and post-offer medical evaluation (may include drug screen). Note: The provisions of this job bulletin do not constitute an expressed or implied contract. Any provisions contained within may be modified or revoked without notice. Essential Functions These functions may not be present in all positions in this class. When a position is to be filled, the essential functions will be noted in the announcement of position availability. Management reserves the right to add, modify, change or rescind work assignments as needed. Under supervision, conducts swimming lessons for children and adults as prescribed and approved methods by the American Red Cross; teaches specialized aquatic classes such as Aqua Aerobics or Aqua Boot Camp. Evaluates participant progress and performance and completes required documents related to lessons. Performs life-guarding duties including patrolling the swimming pool and aquatics facility, keeping a lookout for accidents in the water and pool area; warns individuals about dangerous practices with pool usage; follows and enforces pool regulations and codes in an effort to prevent patron accidents. Recognizes, enters water, and performs aquatic emergency rescues in the pool area; and administers artificial respiration, CPR/AED and first aid as needed. Prepares facilities for regular operation of lap swim, lessons, and other daily operations. Removes and replaces pool covers and lane lines. Assists with routine pool cleaning and maintenance work on or around the swimming pool. Assists in the monitoring of pool chemicals. Assists with desk reception, telephone support and related customer service activities. Accepts registrations, collects fees, processes receipts, and accounts for money; acts as cashier as needed. Performs other duties as required. Qualification Guidelines A typical way to obtain the requisite knowledge and abilities to perform the duties and responsibilities of this classification is as follows: Education, Training and/or Experience: Training, education and/or experience which provides the knowledge, skills and abilities as listed below. Previous paid or volunteer experience as a pool or beach lifeguard or experience in the specific skill or activity to be instructed is desirable. Experience working with children and youth is desirable. Must be at least 16 years old. Work permit may be required for current high school students. License and/or Certificate: Possession of a valid California Driver License (Class C) may be required for certain positions. Revocation of license during employment may result in disciplinary action or reassignment. A current (less than two years) tuberculosis clearance certificate by date of hire. Candidate must submit proof of valid American Red Cross (or state recognized) certificates in the following: Lifeguard Training, CPR/AED for Lifeguards, First Aid, and Water and Safety Instructor; or must show proof of enrollment in courses to obtain required certifications. Applicants must possess all required certifications by hire date. First Aid for Public Safety Personnel (Title 22) and Bloodborne Pathogens certifications must be obtained within one year of hire. All certifications must be maintained throughout employment in order to remain in the position. Failure to maintain certifications may result in disciplinary action or reassignment. Requisite Knowledge and Skill Levels: Skilled in effective customer service techniques. Knowledge of effective lifesaving techniques; and basic and advanced swimming strokes. Considerable knowledge of teaching principles and practices; swimming instruction techniques and methods; and basic recordkeeping procedures. General knowledge of municipal recreation, water safety, and aquatic practices and principles. Skilled in lifeguarding, First Aid, and CPR/AED techniques. Skilled in reading, writing, and communicating in English at an appropriate level. Requisite Abilities: Ability to act quickly, calmly, and appropriately in emergency situations; ability to perform lifesaving and rescue techniques, including administering CPR/AED and First Aid. Ability to establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with other City employees and the public. Ability to generate interest among program/class participants; Evaluate and maintain participant progress and records. Ability to follow written and oral instructions. Ability to perform basic mathematic computations. Ability to swim the six basic strokes proficiently and with endurance. Ability to effectively instruct and demonstrate desired skills and strokes for lesson participants. Ability to work a flexible schedule, which may include early mornings, evenings, weekends, and holidays. Supplemental Information PHYSICAL TASKS AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS: Must be able to pass a physical fitness performance test annually for continued employment. Ability to lift heavy weights (e.g., a child); sit or stand for long periods of time; and work for extended periods in the outdoors, exposed to the sun, water and varying temperatures. Exposure to various swimming pool water chemicals, such as chlorine. Employee accommodations for physical or mental disabilities will be considered on a case-by-case basis. To view benefit information for all groups, Click Here Part-Time employees are appointed by and serve at the will of the Department Director. They are reviewed for merit salary advancement on a periodic basis. Generally, part-time employees are limited to no more than 1,000 hours of work per fiscal year (July 1 - June 30). Certain part-time employees, however, are permitted to exceed this limit. Part-time employees participate in either the Public Agency Retirement System (PARS) or the California Public Employees Retirement System (CalPERS) depending on eligibility. Employees enrolled in PARS contribute 3.75% of salary with a matching City contribution. Employees enrolled in CalPERS contribute 7.5% - 10.469% of salary depending on eligibility. Part-time positions are eligible to receive general leave benefits. General leave can be used for sick, vacation, or holiday time. The City does not participate in the Social Security system; however, federal mandate requires all new employees to contribute 1.45% of wages to Medicare. As a condition of employment, all new employees are required to enroll and participate in the direct deposit program. Closing Date/Time:
City of Costa Mesa, CA Costa Mesa, California, United States
Oct 31, 2021
Part Time
Description JOB SUMMARY: Under general supervision, this position monitors the use of the swimming pool and enforces safety rules. CLASS CHARACTERISTICS: An incumbent in this classification patrols the swimming pool and aquatics facility to ensure safe and enjoyable program activities; and completes required department paperwork. Work is closely supervised and reviewed through regularly scheduled conferences, reports and evaluations. Year Round: This is a part-time position, working throughout the year. Work schedules vary as needed. As a condition of employment, a lifeguard must be available for all in-service training, annual training dates and annual fitness performance test. Seasonal: This is a seasonal part-time position, working during the school year (September to May) or the Summer (June to August). Work schedules vary as needed. As a condition of seasonal employment, a Lifeguard must be available for all in-service training, and during the entire seasoned worked. Incumbents will be required to attend : 1. Orientation/training - Typically held Monday - Friday, from 2:30 - 5:30 p.m. scheduled after hire date. Times and dates subject to change. 2. Pre-Summer Orientation/Training: Different dates and times will be offered during the weeks of June 1, 2021 and June 7, 2021 (dates and times subject to change). 3. Mandatory Training: Date to be determined. Usually scheduled on a Saturday, after the Pre-Summer Orientation/Training dates. APPLICATION AND SELECTION PROCESS: Fitness test and interviews will be held on an as needed basis by appointment at the Downtown Aquatic Center. To be considered for possible employment, the following must be completed: Submit an online application . Applications will be screened for minimum qualifications. Candidates who meet the qualifications will be invited to participate in the next step of the selection process, Fitness Testing and Selection Interviews.Attend " In-Water Fitness Testing and Selection Interviews " on date you are scheduled. If you meet the minimum qualifications, you will be contacted by the City and invited to participate in this process. Applicants will be notified by email if they meet the qualifications to attend the testing/selection process; at that time they will also be asked to sign a Registration/Waiver of Liability form. Applicants age 17 and under must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. TESTING CRITERIA: In-Water Physical Fitness Test : Tread water for 120 seconds using only the legs. Candidates should place their hands above water; 25 yard dive and approach swim (head up) in 18 seconds or less; Complete a timed event within 90 seconds: Starting in the water, swim 20 yards. The face may be in or out of the water. Swim goggles are not allowed. Surface dive, feet-first or head-first, to a depth of 7 to 10 feet to retrieve a 10-pound swim brick. Return to the surface and swim 20 yards on the back to return to the starting point with both hands holding the object and keeping the face at or near the surface so they are able to get a breath. Candidates should not swim the distance under water. Exit the water without using a ladder or steps. 200 yard swim in 3 minutes and 30 seconds or less Applicants who complete the In-Water Physical Fitness Test will be invited to participate in the selection interviews. Interviews will begin after all the fitness testing is complete. Required Certifications: Applicants must provide proof of valid original certifications prior to the first day of employment. Minimum certification requirements are as follows: Lifeguarding with the inclusion of first aid and CPR/AED from the American Red Cross (ARC) or an equivalent certifying body, and the ability to obtain ARC Bloodborne Pathogens and First Aid for Public Safety Personnel within one year of hire date. Desirable Certifications: The following certifications are not required, but are considered highly desirable: ARC Lifeguard Instructor ARC Lifeguard Instructor Trainer ARC Water Safety Instructor Trainer Please notify the Human Resources Division 72 hours in advance of the test date if you have a disability which requires accommodation for the testing process. Applications must be completed and submitted on-line by the specified deadline to be considered for upcoming testing and selection date. Candidates are requested to provide specific information on their education and experience as it relates to the position by completing all fields of the application. Applications may be rejected if incomplete. Do not include text or attached resumes, as they will not be accepted or reviewed in the application process . Based upon the information presented on the application, a limited number of candidates who possess qualifications most pertinent to the position will be invited to participate in the selection process. All employment offers made by the City are contingent upon establishing proof of a prospective candidate's legal authorization to work in the United States and successfully passing all components of the pre-employment process which may include, but is not limited to: comprehensive background check, criminal history check (livescan fingerprint check), polygraph examination, post-offer psychological evaluation and post-offer medical evaluation (may include drug screen). Note: The provisions of this job bulletin do not constitute an expressed or implied contract. Any provisions contained within may be modified or revoked without notice. Essential Functions These functions may not be present in all positions in this class. Management reserves the right to add, modify, change or rescind work assignments as needed. Patrols the swimming pool and aquatics facility including keeping a lookout for accidents in the water and pool area; warns patrons about dangerous practices with pool usage, follows and enforces pool regulations and codes in an effort to prevent patron activities. Recognizes, enters water, and performs aquatic emergency rescues in the pool area; and administers artificial respiration, CPR/AED and first aid as needed. Prepares facilities for regular operation of lap swim, lessons, and other daily operations. Removes and replaces pool covers and lane lines. Assists with routine pool cleaning and maintenance work on or around the swimming pool. Assists in the monitoring of pool chemicals. Assists with desk reception, telephone support and related customer service activities. Accepts registration, collects fees, processes receipts, and accounts for money; acts as cashier as needed. Performs other duties as required. Qualification Guidelines A typical way to obtain the requisite knowledge and abilities to perform the duties and responsibilities of this classification is as follows: Education, Training and/or Experience: Training, education, and/or experience which provides the knowledge, skills and abilities as listed below. Previous paid or volunteer experience as a pool or beach lifeguard is desirable. Experience working with children and youth is desirable. Must be at least 16 years of age or older. A work permit may be required for current high school students. License and/or Certificate: Possession of a valid Class C California Driver License may be required for certain positions. Revocation of license during employment may result in disciplinary action or reassignment. A current (less than two years) tuberculosis clearance certificate by date of hire. Candidate must submit proof of valid American Red Cross (or other state recognized) certificates in the following: Lifeguard Training, CPR/AED for Lifeguards, and First-Aid; or must show proof of enrollment in courses to obtain required certifications. Applicants must possess all required certifications by hire date. First Aid for Public Safety Personnel (Title 22) and Bloodborne Pathogens certifications must be obtained within one year of hire. All certifications must be maintained throughout employment in order to remain in the position. Failure to maintain certifications may result in disciplinary action or reassignment. Requisite Knowledge and Skill Levels: Knowledge of effective lifesaving techniques; and basic and advanced swimming strokes. Knowledge of effective customer service techniques. General knowledge of municipal recreation, water safety, and aquatic practices and principles. Skilled in lifeguarding, First Aid, and CPR/AED techniques. Skilled in reading, writing, and communicating in English at an appropriate level. Requisite Abilities: Ability to act quickly, calmly, and appropriately in emergency situations; ability to perform lifesaving and rescue techniques, including administering CPR/AED and First Aid. Ability to establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with other City employees and the public. Ability to swim with proficiency and endurance. Ability to follow written and oral instructions. Ability to perform basic mathematic computations. Ability to work a flexible schedule, which may include early mornings, evenings, weekends, and holidays. Supplemental Information Physical Tasks and Environmental Conditions: Must be able to pass a fitness performance test annually for continued employment. Candidates must be able to lift heavy weights (e.g., a child) and must be able to work for extended periods in the outdoors, exposed to the sun, water and varying temperatures. Exposure to various swimming pool water chemicals, such as chlorine. Employee accommodations for physical or mental disabilities will be considered on a case-by-case basis. To view benefit information for all groups, Click Here Part-Time employees are appointed by and serve at the will of the Department Director. They are reviewed for merit salary advancement on a periodic basis. Generally, part-time employees are limited to no more than 1,000 hours of work per fiscal year (July 1 - June 30). Certain part-time employees, however, are permitted to exceed this limit. Part-time employees participate in either the Public Agency Retirement System (PARS) or the California Public Employees Retirement System (CalPERS) depending on eligibility. Employees enrolled in PARS contribute 3.75% of salary with a matching City contribution. Employees enrolled in CalPERS contribute 7.5% - 10.469% of salary depending on eligibility. Part-time positions are eligible to receive general leave benefits. General leave can be used for sick, vacation, or holiday time. The City does not participate in the Social Security system; however, federal mandate requires all new employees to contribute 1.45% of wages to Medicare. As a condition of employment, all new employees are required to enroll and participate in the direct deposit program. Closing Date/Time:
City of Costa Mesa, CA Costa Mesa, California, United States
Oct 31, 2021
Full Time
Description Under administrative direction, to plan, organize, coordinate and administer the City's homelessness, housing and neighborhood improvement programs; oversee and supervise City’s community outreach, case management and related clerical and code enforcement staff; coordinate with community donors, volunteers and network for homeless solutions including faith based and community non-profit entities; assist the Assistant City Manager with special project assignments; and to do other work as required. CLASS CHARACTERISTICS: An incumbent in this classification is responsible for applying specialized knowledge, skills and abilities in administering, monitoring, and evaluating plans and programs for community wide response to homelessness, housing and neighborhood improvement projects. Work is performed with independence under the administrative direction of the Assistant City Manager. APPLICATION AND SELECTION PROCESS: Applications must be completed and submitted on-line. This recruitment will remain open until filled and may close without prior notice, therefore prompt application is encouraged. The first application review date will be Frid ay, September 24, 2021 . Candidates are requested to provide specific information regarding their education and experience as it relates to the position by completing all fields of the application. Applications may be rejected if incomplete . Do not include text or attached resumes, as they will not be accepted or reviewed in the application process. Based upon the information presented on the application, a limited number of candidates who possess qualifications most pertinent to the position will be invited to participate in the selection process. The selection process may include, but is not limited to the following components: application review and evaluation, written examination or exercise, physical examination, practical exercise and interview evaluation. Please notify the Human Resources Division 72 hours in advance of the test date if you have a disability which requires accommodation for the testing process. The eligibility list will be in effect for one (1) year, unless exhausted sooner. The eligibility list established from this recruitment may be utilized to fill lower-level vacancies which occur during the life of the list. It is recommended you use a personal email address on your application instead of a work email address. Notifications during this recruitment will be sent by email only (regardless of the notification preference selected during the on-line application process). Notifications will be sent to the email address that is listed on your on-line application. All employment offers made by the City are contingent upon establishing proof of a prospective candidate’s legal authorization to work in the United States and successfully passing all components of the pre-employment process which may include, but is not limited to: comprehensive background check, criminal history check (livescan fingerprint check), polygraph examination, post-offer psychological evaluation and post-offer medical evaluation (may include drug screen). Note: The provisions of this job bulletin do not constitute an expressed or implied contract. Any provisions contained within may be modified or revoked without notice. Essential Functions These functions may not be present in all positions in this class. When a position is to be filled, the essential functions will be noted in the announcement of position availability. Management reserves the right to add, modify, change or rescind work assignments as needed. Plans, coordinates and administers housing projects of the Housing Authority and City Council. Prepares agendas, memorandums and reports for meetings of City, Housing Authority and advisory committees related to Housing and Homelessness work. Provides administrative and technical expertise in managing the Citywide street outreach response to homelessness, manages intake priority for the City 70 bed Emergency Shelter for homeless individuals. Provides management and support for social services and safety net programs funded by the City and other partnerships, to ensure the City residents have access to these critical services. Participates in the preparation, scoring and awards for bid processes including requests for proposals. Assists in preparation of the Agency's annual budget as it pertains to Housing and Homelessness Programs. Works with other City Departments in the preparation of HUD Consolidation plan, annual plan and CAPERs programmatic reports for funded sub-recipients. Selects, trains, and evaluates professional, paraprofessional and clerical staff in the Neighborhood Improvement Division; establishes work standards. Coordinates and monitors the work performed by sub-recipients of funding related to housing and homelessness response activities, including the City’s 70 Bed Bridge Shelter. Participates with the Countywide System of Care, including the Housing Trust Fund, the Continuum of Care (CoC), Public Health and Social Services, as a means of integrating Citywide efforts to improve outcomes and programmatic performance objectives. Monitors all homelessness and housing related projects to ensure adherence to federal guidelines and /or affordability covenants, income eligibility of residents. Prepares staff reports for City Council and Housing Authority approvals and administers contracts for funding recipient agencies. Performs other related work as required. Qualification Guidelines A typical way to obtain the requisite knowledge and abilities to perform the duties and responsibilities of this classification is as follows: EDUCATION, TRAINING AND/OR EXPERIENCE: Graduation from an accredited four-year college or university with major course work in public or business administration, Social Work, or other closely-related field. A pertinent graduate degree is desirable and can substitute for up to one year of the required experience. Four years of progressively-responsible professional experience in local government, including recent California experience with CDBG, HOME, CoC or housing and neighborhood improvement programs and projects, and one year in a supervisory capacity. An equivalent combination of education and relevant experience that provides the desired knowledge, skills and abilities to successfully perform essential functions may also be considered. LICENSE AND/OR CERTIFICATE: Possession of a valid California Class C Driver's License at time of appointment. Revocation of license during employment may result in disciplinary action or reassignment. REQUISITE KNOWLEDGE AND SKILL LEVELS: Knowledge of the principles and practices of municipal response to homelessness, housing, and neighborhood improvement program implementations Knowledge of relevant Federal and State laws and regulations pertaining to and affecting California housing development, homelessness funding opportunities, methods for implementing and overseeing grant programs, including fiscal and programmatic oversight, capacity building and collective impact models. Knowledge of CDBG, HOME, CoC and other relevant federal regulations. Knowledge of the principles and practices of public administration, including program monitoring, project measurement and control administration. Knowledge CoC related systems for Coordinated Entry housing priority, Homeless Management Information Systems (HMIS). Knowledge of organization, management and supervision as applied to a municipal agency. Knowledge of budget systems and procedures. Knowledge of the principles and practices of personnel selection, training, supervision, evaluation and discipline. REQUISITE ABILITIES: Ability to effectively plan, organize, direct and supervise the work of Division staff. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with staff, City officials, representatives of other governmental agencies, Faith Based and Community Organizations and the general public. Ability to prepare and present written and oral information in a clear, concise and accurate manner. Ability to interpret regulations, laws, and policies and apply them with good judgment. Ability to collect, organize and analyze data and prepare comprehensive analytical reports. Supplemental Information PHYSICAL TASKS AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS: Please contact human resources for a summary of the essential tasks and environmental factors for this classification. Employee accommodations for physical or mental disabilities will be considered on a case-by-case basis. To view benefit information for all groups, Click Here Closing Date/Time: Continuous
City of Costa Mesa, CA Costa Mesa, California, United States
Oct 31, 2021
Full Time
Description SALARY: U p to $122,256 annually (salary range: $91,236 - $122,256) *Effective July 2022: 2% Salary Increase will be applied There are currently 2 (two) full-time vacancies. JOB SUMMARY: Under general supervision, performs a variety of Information Technology (I.T.) technical support functions related to systems maintenance, data center operations, the maintenance of local area networks (LANs) and telecommunications systems, the administration of personal computer workstations, and security administration; and performs related duties as required. CLASS CHARACTERISTICS: This position receives direction from the Computer Operations and Networking Supervisor. Depending upon the type of assignment, the employee can work independently or in support of I.T. staff and end users to maintain computer hardware, work stations, operating systems and provide support to the City’s network infrastructure. May be required to work other than regularly scheduled work hours as operational needs arise. This position is part of a rotating after hours standby schedule that supports public safety operations. APPLICATION AND SELECTION PROCESS: All applicants must complete an online City application and supplemental questionnaire. This recruitment may close at any time without notice, therefore prompt application is encouraged. The next application review date is August 3, 2021 Candidates are requested to provide specific information regarding their education and experience as it relates to the position by completing all fields of the application. Applications may be rejected if incomplete. Do not include text or attached resumes, as they will not be accepted or reviewed in the application process. Based upon the information presented on the application, a limited number of candidates who possess qualifications most pertinent to the position will be invited to participate in the selection process. The selection process may include, but is not limited to, the following components: application review and evaluation, written examination or exercise, physical examination, practical exercise and interview evaluation. Please notify the Human Resources Division 72 hours in advance of the test date if you have a disability which requires accommodation for the testing process. The eligibility list will be in effect for one (1) year, unless exhausted sooner. The eligibility list established from this recruitment may be utilized to fill lower-level vacancies which occur during the life of the list. Notifications during this recruitment will be sent by email only (regardless of the notification preference selected during the online application process). Notifications will be sent to the email address that is listed on your online application. All employment offers made by the City are contingent upon establishing proof of a prospective candidate's legal authorization to work in the United States and successfully passing all components of the pre-employment process which may include, but is not limited to: comprehensive background check, criminal history check (Live Scan fingerprint check), polygraph examination, post-offer psychological evaluation and post-offer medical evaluation (may include drug screen). Note: The provisions of this job bulletin do not constitute an expressed or implied contract. Any provisions contained within may be modified or revoked without notice. Essential Functions These functions may not be present in all positions in this class. When a position is to be filled, the essential functions will be noted in the announcement of position availability. Management reserves the right to add, modify, change or rescind work assignments as needed. Provide hardware and software support, installation and implementation within a Windows Client/Server environment. Some tasks include add/remove/modify users, create exchange server mailboxes, reset passwords, and set user and folder-based permissions. Provide hardware software support for Windows users. This will include complex troubleshooting of both software and hardware. Provide Hardware and software support for LAN/WAN equipment. This will include troubleshooting complex issues, working with vendors, implementing and supporting equipment. Monitor system activity and performance of LAN, Windows, servers and networking systems. Administer latest Exchange server. This will include changing settings, adding and deleting users, backup and restoring mail, and general maintenance. Provide support and administer a vmWare 6.0 or later environment, including creating and managing guest VM’s. Using Veeam, schedule and administer daily back-ups of Windows servers and network environment. Assist Computer Operations and Networking Supervisor and staff in completing special projects such as: upgrading vmWare environment, upgrading Windows server OS, upgrading or implementing Exchange environment and investigating complex system issues. Assist users with installations and upgrades, investigating, trouble-shooting and answering related technical questions. Act as a liaison with City staff, external customers, and vendors. Perform related duties as required. Qualification Guidelines A typical way to obtain the requisite knowledge and abilities to perform the duties and responsibilities of this classification is as follows: EDUCATION, TRAINING AND/OR EXPERIENCE: Two years of college coursework or specialized training in a directly related field. Required education may be substituted with related professional experience on a year for year basis. Four years progressively responsible experience in computer systems administration, LAN and client/server systems, and the maintenance of PC hardware, including experience with Windows based operating systems and products. LICENSE AND/OR CERTIFICATE: Possession of a valid California Driver’s License by date of appointment. Revocation of license during employment may result in disciplinary action or reassignment. Possession of, or ability to obtain certification as a full access CLETS user. Certification in the use of Microsoft products, Exchange Server, vmWare and LAN/WAN administration practices is desirable. REQUISITE KNOWLEDGE AND SKILL LEVELS: Knowledge of Windows environments, spreadsheet and word processing software applications programs such as Microsoft Office and exchange/outlook. Knowledge of Exchange functionality as it interacts with the Windows environment. Knowledge of SAN solutions and how they interact with vmWare. Knowledge of networking principles. Knowledge of systems administration and security practices. Knowledge of PC hardware. REQUISITE ABILITIES: Ability to clear and maintain Criminal Justice Information Systems (CJIS) security clearance and requirements Ability to carry a City issued cell phone and be on standby on a rotation basis which requires a response within 1-hour of emergency request Ability to perform daily tasks as it relates to a Windows Client/Server environment. Ability to backup hardware and software and be capable of disaster recovery, monitoring and correcting issues with missed backup. Ability to work in public safety environment with CAD/RMS systems and learn the operational characteristics, services, and activities of other law enforcement programs as necessary to assume assigned responsibilities. Ability to research, collect, compile, and analyze information and data. Ability to organize and complete work independently and in accordance with established deadlines. Ability to analyze and solve systems administration and PC operating and hardware problems. Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing. Ability to establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with management, supervisors, co-workers, and other department representatives. Ability to be available after hours on standby on a rotational basis as required. Supplemental Information PHYSICAL TASKS AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS : Please contact Human Resources for a summary of the essential tasks and environmental factors for this classification. Employee accommodations for physical or mental disabilities will be considered on a case-by-case basis. To view benefit information for all groups, Click Here New employees contribute the following amounts on a pre-tax basis towards the 2%@60 or 2%@62 CalPERS retirement formula depending on eligibility: Effective July 8, 2018: 12% of their salary Employees receive the following health insurance flexible benefits contribution: Effective July 7, 2019: $1,400 monthly Effective June 2022: $1,500 monthly The City does not participate in the Social Security system; however, federal mandate requires new employees to contribute 1.45% of wages to Medicare. As a condition of employment, all new employees are required to enroll and participate in the direct deposit program. Closing Date/Time:
City of Costa Mesa, CA Costa Mesa, California, United States
Oct 31, 2021
Full Time
Description JOB SUMMARY: Under the direction of the Chief Plans Examiner, an incumbent performs responsible, technical work associated with checking commercial, industrial, multiple dwelling and residential building plans to ensure compliance with pertinent building and safety codes, ordinances and regulations; and to perform related duties as required. CLASS CHARACTERISTICS: This senior-level classification involves examining and checking building plans for compliance with applicable California Building Codes and other ancillary codes such as the California Plumbing Code, California Mechanical Code, California Electric Code and State disabled access related codes. Work also involves checking structural calculations and standards for conformity to codes and engineering principles; and issuing permits for all types of building activity. An incumbent is responsible for exercising considerable independent judgment on technical plan checking matters and providing functional guidance to inspectors and other staff members. Work is reviewed by the Chief Plans Examiner to determine general progress, technical competence and adherence to pertinent policies and regulations. APPLICATION AND SELECTION PROCESS: Applications must be completed and submitted online. This recruitment will remain open until filled and may close without prior notice, therefore prompt application is encouraged. First application review date is Monday, October 4, 2021 Applications must be completed and submitted on-line by the specified deadline . Candidates are requested to provide specific information regarding their education and experience as it relates to the position by completing all fields of the application. Applications may be rejected if incomplete . Do not include "see attached resume" in your responses, as they will not be accepted or reviewed in the application process. Based upon the information presented on the application, a limited number of candidates who possess qualifications most pertinent to the position will be invited to participate in the selection process. The selection process may include, but is not limited to the following components: application review and evaluation, written examination or exercise, physical examination, practical exercise and interview evaluation. Please notify the Human Resources Division 72 hours in advance of the test date if you have a disability which requires accommodation for the testing process. The eligibility list will be in effect for one (1) year, unless exhausted sooner. The eligibility list established from this recruitment may be utilized to fill lower-level vacancies which occur during the life of the list. It is recommended you use a personal email address on your application instead of a work email address. Notifications during this recruitment will be sent by email only (regardless of the notification preference selected during the on-line application process). Notifications will be sent to the email address that is listed on your online application. All employment offers made by the City are contingent upon establishing proof of a prospective candidate's legal authorization to work in the United States and successfully passing all components of the pre-employment process which may include, but is not limited to: comprehensive background check, criminal history check (livescan fingerprint check), polygraph examination, post-offer psychological evaluation and post-offer medical evaluation (may include drug screen). Based upon current and/or future assignments, an employee may be subject to pre-employment, random, reasonable and post-accident drug and alcohol testing pursuant to the Department of Transportation Regulations. Note: The provisions of this job bulletin do not constitute an expressed or implied contract. Any provisions contained within may be modified or revoked without notice. Essential Functions These functions may not be present in all positions in this class. When a position is to be filled, the essential functions will be noted in the announcement of position availability. Management reserves the right to add, modify, change or rescind work assignments as needed. Examines and checks building plans and calculations for completeness and compliance with applicable codes. Assists the Chief Plans Examiner with the preparation of cases for presentation to the Access Board of Appeals. Provides detailed structural technical review and analysis of geotechnical reports, soils reports, grading, lateral analysis and shear design, seismic design, wall, floor and roof design, post and beam analysis, wind load design, foundation analysis and design, and concrete masonry and steel design, etc. Checks structural calculations and standards for conformity to codes. Checks soil and geotechnical reports for requirements to engineered buildings, soil remediation projects, and footing and slab damaged buildings. Prepares correction lists, returns plans and reevaluates plans which required corrections. Prepares counter plan checks for room additions, interior alterations and other building proposals. Answers questions and providing technical assistance to contractors, architects, engineers, owners and the public relating to building construction requirements and structural applications of the code. May act in the absence of the Chief Plans Examiner and may act as a lead over plan checker, building technician and permit counter staff. Provides technical assistance to Building Division staff as required. Utilizes established formulas to establish permit fees and issues permits. Prepares reports and records and may assist in certain related administrative functions such as research, analysis or codes, etc. Makes field inspections as required. Provides functional supervision to plan checker, building technician and permit counter staff. Qualification Guidelines A typical way to obtain the requisite knowledge and abilities to perform the duties and responsibilities of this classification is as follows: EDUCATION, TRAINING AND/OR EXPERIENCE: Considerable responsible plan checking experience which provides the knowledge and abilities desired. Graduation from an accredited four-year college or university with major coursework in civil or structural engineering, architecture, or a closely related field. Municipal planning experience is preferred. LICENSE AND/OR CERTIFICATE: Possession of a valid California Driver's License. Revocation of license during employment may result in disciplinary action or reassignment. ICC certification as a Plans Examiner is required or the ability to obtain certification within the 12 month probationary period. Registration as a California civil or structural engineer is highly desirable. REQUISITE KNOWLEDGE AND SKILL LEVELS: Knowledge of pertinent codes and regulations governing building construction including the California Building Code, Housing Code, California Plumbing Code, California Mechanical Code, California Electrical Code. Knowledge of disabled access requirements and California Energy Commission Standards of Title 24. Knowledge of current applicable state and federal regulations. Knowledge of building construction practices, methods, and materials. REQUISITE ABILITIES: Ability to read and interpret building plans, blueprints and specifications. Ability to interpret and apply related codes, ordinances and laws. Ability to analyze and make structural calculations. Ability to serve as a lead person . Ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with architects, engineers, contractors, builders and owners, the public and other employees. Supplemental Information PHYSICAL TASKS AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS : Please contact Human Resources for a summary of the essential tasks and environmental factors for this classification. Employee accommodations for physical or mental disabilities will be considered on a case-by-case basis. To view benefit information for all groups, Click Here New employees contribute the following amounts on a pre-tax basis towards the 2%@60 or 2%@62 CalPERS retirement formula depending on eligibility: Effective July 8, 2018: 12% of their salary Employees receive the following health insurance flexible benefits contribution: Effective July 7, 2019: $1,400 monthly Effective June 2022: $1,500 monthly The City does not participate in the Social Security system; however, federal mandate requires new employees to contribute 1.45% of wages to Medicare. As a condition of employment, all new employees are required to enroll and participate in the direct deposit program. Closing Date/Time:
City of Costa Mesa, CA Costa Mesa, California, United States
Oct 31, 2021
Full Time
Description The City of Costa Mesa is accepting applications for the position of Police Officer. Interested individuals may apply as an experienced peace officer (current or previously employed) or as a recent Academy Graduate. Academy Graduate: Candidates must have graduated from a California POST Basic Police Academy within the last 18 months from the date of their application. Experienced Police Officer: Candidates must have successfully completed a training program and probationary period at another law enforcement agency as a Peace Officer or Deputy Sheriff, and must possess a current California POST Basic certificate (or higher) or California POST Requalification Course certificate. Lateral Incentive Program - Applicants who are currently employed with another California law enforcement agency and have successfully passed that agency's probationary period will qualify for the City's Lateral Police Officer incentives which include: Reduced ten (10) month probationary period. Up to 80 hours of sick leave upon hire depending on current sick leave balance with current employer. Entry-level law enforcement candidates who do not meet the requirements of this position should apply for the Police Recruit position located on the City's Employment Opportunities page: click here . COMMUNITY PROFILE: The City of Costa Mesa is just one mile from the Pacific Coast in the heart of Orange County and is one of California's most eclectic and vibrant cities. The City is home to South Coast Plaza, one of the nation's largest shopping centers, and the world-class Segerstrom Center for the Arts and South Coast Repertory theater. Costa Mesa is also the capitol of the action sports industry and the headquarters for companies such as Hurley International, Volcom, RVCA, Rip Curl, and Vans. Costa Mesa encompasses 16 square miles and has a population of about 110,000. Since its incorporation in 1953, Costa Mesa has evolved from a semi-rural farming community of 15,000 to a city with robust local economy that generates tax revenues of about $100 million annually. A general law city, Costa Mesa has a council-manager form of government and staff of approximately 450 full-time employees. The City's location provides easy access to many of Southern California's major attractions, including beaches, mountain areas, high and low deserts, Disneyland, Knott's Berry Farm, Palm Springs and Los Angeles. For more information about the Costa Mesa Police Department, click here . APPLICATION AND SELECTION PROCESS: Applications are being accepted on a continuous basis in order to meet the needs of the City. Applicants will be notified once testing dates have been established. STEP #1: SUBMIT APPLICATION Applications must be completed and submitted online. Candidates are required to provide specific information on their education and experience as it relates to the position by completing all fields of the application. Applications may be rejected if incomplete (resumes are not accepted). Candidate notifications are sent via email. Please make sure your email address is correct and check your email periodically during the application process. Candidates who pass an initial application screening will be invited to continue in the selection process. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Please ensure you meet the position qualifications as stated under the "QUALIFICATION GUIDELINES" section below before submitting your application. AUTOMATIC DISQUALIFIERS : Please be advised of the Costa Mesa Police Department automatic disqualifiers : click here for a list of background disqualifiers. If you do not meet the minimum qualifications, or if any of the automatic disqualifiers pertain to you, it is recommended that you do not submit an application for this position as you will be disqualified from the selection process. Required Attachment(s): Candidates must attach a copy of their applicable California POST Certificate(s) to their application as indicated below. Academy Graduate candidates must attach the the following: California POST Basic Police Academy certificate ( dated within the past 18 months of application date ). Experienced Police Officer must attach the the following: Current California POST Basic certificate (or higher) or CA POST requalification Course certificate. Out-of-State applicants: California POST Basic Course Waiver. Do NOT attach any additional documents (i.e. resume) to the application other than what is listed above, as they will not be accepted or reviewed in the application process. STEP #2: PHYSICAL AGILITY TEST (PAT) Qualified applicants who submit the required applicable certificates, as stated above, will be invited to the PAT when a test date is established . The PAT is typically scheduled several times per year. To view a video detailing the PAT components click here . STEP #3: ORAL INTERVIEW EVALUATIONS Candidates who successfully pass the PAT will be invited to the interview evaluation. ELIGIBILITY LIST Candidates must pass all four (3) of the steps listed above to be placed on the City's Eligibility List. The application screening and physical agility test are all qualifying steps (pass/fail). The oral interview evaluation is weighted 100% and determines a candidates' placement on the eligibility list. Eligibility lists are valid for one (1) year from the date they are established unless it is exhausted sooner or extended for an additional period of time. FINAL PHASES OF THE SELECTION PROCESS: Upon being placed on the eligibility list, appointment(s) will be made after successfully passing each of the following components: polygraph examination, a comprehensive background investigation, interview with the Chief of Police, and the post-offer pre-employment psychological evaluation and medical examination. All employment offers made by the City are contingent upon establishing proof of a prospective candidate's legal authorization to work in the United States. Please call the Police Recruitment Hotline at (714) 754-4955 with any questions. Leave a message with your question and a staff member will return your call within one business day. *Please notify the Human Resources Division 72 hours in advance of a scheduled test date if you have a disability which requires accommodation for the testing process. NOTE: The provisions of this job bulletin do not constitute an expressed or implied contract. Any provisions contained within may be modified or revoked without notice. Essential Functions These functions may not be present in all positions in these classes. When a position is to be filled, the essential functions will be noted in the announcement of position availability. Management reserves the right to add, modify, change or rescind work assignments as needed. Upon hire, completes the Department's Field Training Program; patrols a designated area of the City in a patrol car to preserve law and order, to prevent and discover the commission of crimes, and to enforce traffic regulations; answers calls and complaints involving fire, traffic accidents, robberies, and other misdemeanors and felonies and takes necessary police action; makes arrests; conducts accident investigations and preliminary investigations at the scenes of crimes, administers first aid, fathers evidence, locates and questions witnesses; testifies as a witness in court; patrols various streets, schools, and colleges for parking violations; recovers stolen property; provides information to the public; escorts cars to hospitals; escorts parades and funeral processions; prepares necessary records and reports; may perform jailer duties such as processing arrested persons and maintaining security of the jail; may perform desk officer duties such as handling telephone calls and visitors, and fingerprinting taxicab drivers, entertainers, and various other persons; and performs other related work as required. Qualification Guidelines EDUCATION, TRAINING AND/OR EXPERIENCE: Must be a high school graduate, pass the General Education Development test or other high school equivalency test approved by CDE, or have attained a two-year, four-year, or advanced degree from an accredited or approved institution. College course work with an emphasis in police science, social sciences, or related field is desirable. Academy Graduate Applicants Must have graduated from a California POST Basic Police Academy within the last 18 months from the date of application. Experienced Police Officer Applicants Must have successfully completed a training program and probationary period at another law enforcement agency as a Peace Officer or Deputy Sheriff, and Must possess a current California POST Basic certificate (or higher) or California POST Requalification Course certificate. Out-of-State experienced applicants must have a California POST Basic Course Waiver by date of application. Certificate must be attached to application in order to be considered. LICENSE AND/OR CERTIFICATE: Class C California Driver's License. Revocation of license during employment may result in disciplinary action or reassignment. ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS PER P.O.S.T. REGULATIONS: Vision: 20/20 each eye corrected or uncorrected. Normal color vision. Hearing: Normal hearing acuity. Height/Weight: In proportion to age and frame. Citizenship: Must be a United States citizen or permanent resident alien who is eligible for and has applied for citizenship. Age: 21 years of age or older at the time of appointment. SPECIAL NOTE: Smoking or use of any tobacco products at any time while on duty is prohibited. Tattoos shall not be visible while on duty. REQUISITE KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES: For detailed information on the specific knowledge, skills, and abilities, please click the following link to view the job description: Police Officer Supplemental Information Please contact Human Resources for a summary of the physical tasks and environmental factors for these classifications. Employee accommodations for physical or mental disabilities will be considered on a case-by-case basis. To view the City's Benefit Summary, please click here . To view highlights regarding salary and benefits specific to Costa Mesa Police Officers, please click here . Police Recruits are part-time employees appointed by and serve at the will of the Chief of Police. Police Recruits contribute 7% or 7.5% of their salary on a pre-tax basis towards the 2%@62 or 2%@60 CalPERS retirement formula depending on eligibility. Upon successful completion of the Academy, Police Recruits transition to a full-time Police Officer and begin contributing as described below. Police Officers are full-time employees whocontribute 14% of their salaryon a pre-tax basis towards the 3%@50 or 2.7%@57 CalPERS retirement formula depending on eligibility.A $2,119 monthly contribution is offered towards each employee's flexible benefit account. Lateral Police Officers may be eligible for up to 80 hours of sick leave credited to their Sick Leave Bank upon hire. Police Reserve Officers are part-time employeesappointed by and serve at the will of the Chief of Police. Police Reserve Officers participate in either the Public Agency Retirement System (PARS) or the California Public Employees Retirement System (CalPERS) depending upon eligibility.Employees enrolled in PARS contribute 3.75% of salary with a matching City contribution. Employees enrolled in CalPERS contribute11.50% or 14% of their salaryon a pre-tax basis towards the 2.7%@57 or the3%@50 depending upon eligibility. Employees do not contribute to the Social Security system; however, federal mandate requires new employees to contribute 1.45% of wages to Medicare and requires enrollment in an alternative retirement system. As a condition of employment, all new employees are required to enroll and participate in the direct deposit program. Closing Date/Time:
City of Costa Mesa, CA Costa Mesa, California, United States
Oct 31, 2021
Part Time
Description This recruitment is specifically for entry-level candidates interested in pursuing a career in law enforcement. Police Recruit is a non-sworn civilian position. Work involves full-time attendance at a Peace Officers Standards and Training (POST) certified Basic police academy to prepare for the responsibilities of a police officer. After meeting all department, state-mandated and academy requirements, including graduation from the Police Academy, the Recruit will be sworn in as a Police Officer (salary range of$6,995 - $9,375 monthly). For more information about the Costa Mesa Police Department, click here . APPLICATION AND SELECTION PROCESS: Applications are being accepted on a continuous basis in order to meet the needs of the City. Qualified applicants will be notified once testing dates have been established. STEP #1: SUBMIT APPLICATION Applications must be completed and submitted online. Candidates are required to provide specific information on their education and experience as it relates to the position by completing all fields of the applications. Applications may be rejected if incomplete (resumes are not accepted). Candidate notifications are sent via email. Please make sure your email address is correct and check your email periodically during the application process. Candidates who pass an initial application screening and submit a qualifying written exam score will be invited to continue in the selection process. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Please ensure you meet the position qualifications as stated under the "QUALIFICATION GUIDELINES" section below before submitting your application. AUTOMATIC DISQUALIFIERS : Please be advised of the Costa Mesa Police Department automatic disqualifiers : click here for a list of background disqualifiers. If you do not meet the minimum qualifications, or if any of the automatic disqualifiers pertain to you, it is recommended that you do not submit an application for this position as you will be automatically disqualified from the selection process. Do NOT attach any additional documents (i.e resume) to the application, as they will not be accepted or reviewed in the application process (except for the PELLETB written exam score, if applicable). STEP #2: WRITTEN EXAMINATION Submit test results from one of the two test options below. Scores that are dated within one (1) year of the application date and meet the minimum passing score will be accepted. National Testing Network (NTN) Frontline Law Enforcement Written Exam Passing scores: Video - 65% or higher; Reading - 70% or higher; and Writing - 70% or higher This exam is administered directly by the National Testing Network (NTN) and candidates pay a test fee for the service. There are multiple test sites in Southern California, as well as throughout the Country. To schedule a test, visit the National Testing Network website by clicking here . Select the Costa Mesa Police Department and the specific position you are applying to. NTN will submit the scores to Costa Mesa Human Resources for review. Do NOT submit a test score if you do not meet the job qualifications. - OR - P.O.S.T. Entry-Level Law Enforcement Test Battery (PELLETB) Passing score: Total T-Score - 45 or higher Costa Mesa Police Department does not have any future test dates; however, if you have taken the PELLETB test with another agency within the last year, you may submit a copy of your test results to be meet the written exam requirement. Results must be on the testing agency's letterhead. PELLETB scores must be attached to your online application. STEP #3: PHYSICAL AGILITY TEST (PAT) Qualified applicants who submit a passing written exam score, as stated above, will be invited to the PAT when a test date is established. The PAT is typically scheduled several times per year. To view a video detailing the PAT components click here . STEP #4: ORAL INTERVIEW EVALUATIONS Candidates who successfully pass the PAT will be invited to the interview evaluation. ELIGIBILITY LIST Candidates must pass all four (4) of the steps listed above to be placed on the City's Eligibility List. The application screening, written examination, and physical agility test are all qualifying steps (pass/fail). The oral interview evaluation is weighted 100% and determines a candidates' placement on the eligibility list. Eligibility lists are valid for one (1) year from the date they are established unless it is exhausted sooner or extended for an additional period of time. FINAL PHASES OF THE SELECTION PROCESS: Upon being placed on the eligibility list, appointment(s) will be made after successfully passing each of the following components: polygraph examination, a comprehensive background investigation, interview with the Chief of Police, and the post-offer pre-employment psychological evaluation and medical examination. All employment offers made by the City are contingent upon establishing proof of a prospective candidate's legal authorization to work in the United States. Please call the Police Recruitment Hotline at (714) 754-4955 with any questions. Leave a message with your question and a staff member will return your call within one business day. *Please notify the Human Resources Division 72 hours in advance of a scheduled test date if you have a disability which requires accommodation for the testing process. NOTE: The provisions of this job bulletin do not constitute an expressed or implied contract. Any provisions contained within may be modified or revoked without notice. Essential Functions Please click the following link to review the essential functions in the job description: Police Recruit Qualification Guidelines EDUCATION, TRAINING AND/OR EXPERIENCE: Must be a high school graduate, pass the General Education Development test or other high school equivalency test approved by CDE, or have attained a two-year, four-year, or advanced degree from an accredited or approved institution. College course work with an emphasis in police science, social sciences, or a related field is desirable. LICENSE AND/OR CERTIFICATE: Class C California Driver's License. Revocation of license during employment may result in disciplinary action or reassignment. ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS PER P.O.S.T. REGULATIONS (BOTH LEVELS): Vision: 20/20 each eye corrected or uncorrected. Normal color vision. Hearing: Normal hearing acuity. Height/Weight: In proportion to age and frame. Citizenship: Must be a United States citizen or permanent resident alien who is eligible for and has applied for citizenship. Age: 21 years of age, or older, at the time of appointment/graduation of the academy. REQUISITE KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES: Please click the following link to review detailed information on the requisite knowledge, skills, and abilities in the job description: Police Recruit SPECIAL NOTE: Smoking or use of any tobacco products at any time while on duty is prohibited. Tattoos shall not be visible while on duty. Supplemental Information Please contact Human Resources for a summary of the physical tasks and environmental factors for these classifications. Employee accommodations for physical or mental disabilities will be considered on a case-by-case basis. To view benefit information for all groups, Click Here Part-Time employees are appointed by and serve at the will of the Department Director. They are reviewed for merit salary advancement on a periodic basis. Generally, part-time employees are limited to no more than 1,000 hours of work per fiscal year (July 1 - June 30). Certain part-time employees, however, are permitted to exceed this limit. Part-time employees participate in either the Public Agency Retirement System (PARS) or the California Public Employees Retirement System (CalPERS) depending on eligibility. Employees enrolled in PARS contribute 3.75% of salary with a matching City contribution. Employees enrolled in CalPERS contribute 7.5% - 10.469% of salary depending on eligibility. Part-time positions are eligible to receive general leave benefits. General leave can be used for sick, vacation, or holiday time. The City does not participate in the Social Security system; however, federal mandate requires all new employees to contribute 1.45% of wages to Medicare. As a condition of employment, all new employees are required to enroll and participate in the direct deposit program. Closing Date/Time:
City of Costa Mesa, CA Costa Mesa, California, United States
Oct 31, 2021
Full Time
Description SALARY: U p to $118,236 annually (salary range: $88,224 - $118,236) *Effective July 2022: 2% Salary Increase will be applied There are currently 2 (two) full-time vacancies assigned to General Programming. THE POSITION: Under general supervision, performs work of routine difficulty in the development and modification of software application programs in support of the information processing needs of city departments; to perform both routine and complex technical and administrative tasks related to the development and operation of the system; and to perform related duties as required. Incumbents may be assigned to any of the following assignments: General Programming or Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and related programming. CLASS CHARACTERISTICS: This position receives functional supervision from the Systems and Programming Supervisor and performs a variety of software analysis functions in support of various user department needs. This position may receive technical direction from the Senior Programmer Analyst in completing particular assignments. This position requires knowledge of a broader range of applications programs, operating systems and division operations than the Programmer Analyst I classification. APPLICATION AND SELECTION PROCESS: Applications will be reviewed on a weekly basis until all vacancies are filled. Applications must be completed and submitted online. This recruitment will remain open until filled and may close without prior notice, therefore prompt application is encouraged. Candidates are required to provide specific information regarding their education and experience as it relates to the position by completing all fields of the application. Applications may be rejected if incomplete. Do not include text or attached resumes, as they will not be accepted or reviewed in the application process. Based upon the information presented on the application, a limited number of candidates who possess qualifications most pertinent to the position will be invited to participate in the selection process. The selection process may include, but is not limited to the following components: application review and evaluation, written examination or exercise, physical examination, practical exercise and interview evaluation. Please notify the Human Resources Division 72 hours in advance of the test date if you have a disability which requires accommodation for the testing process. The eligibility list will be in effect for one (1) year, unless exhausted sooner. The eligibility list established from this recruitment may be utilized to fill lower-level vacancies which occur during the life of the list. It is recommended you use a personal email address on your application instead of a work email address. Notifications during this recruitment will be sent by email only (regardless of the notification preference selected during the online application process). Notifications will be sent to the email address that is listed on your online application. All employment offers made by the City are contingent upon establishing proof of a prospective candidate's legal authorization to work in the United States and successfully passing all components of the pre-employment process which may include, but is not limited to: comprehensive background check, criminal history check (Live Scan fingerprint check), polygraph examination, post-offer psychological evaluation and post-offer medical evaluation (may include drug screen). Note: The provisions of this job bulletin do not constitute an expressed or implied contract. Any provisions contained within may be modified or revoked without notice. Essential Functions These functions may not be present in all positions in this class. When a position is to be filled, the essential functions will be noted in the announcement of position availability. Management reserves the right to add, modify, change or rescind work assignments as needed. Provide technical support and guidance to City departments by analyzing user requirements for modifications to existing computer programs and requests for new programs. Research and adopt methods to install new or improve existing software applications. Meet with various department representatives to define specific procedures and activities that can be converted to computer applications programs; answer related questions concerning the feasibility and impact of proposed changes. Establish reasons for application failures and errors, including user errors or application errors. Analyze, debug and document software applications problems. Apply appropriate fixes and upgrades in test mode; check for proper operation before applying software to production environment. Conduct training sessions in computer applications for end users. When assigned to General Programming: Create and update processes, programs, and reports to resolve problems such as new application designs, scripts, data tables, formulas, documents, security features and test operations. Provide technical support and guidance to City departments in relational database design, connectivity, access and quality assurance. Create and execute SQL queries and/or Crystal reports. Assist users in learning new software and potential department applications. Responsible for other systems and data such as web application development. When assigned to Geographic Information Systems (GIS): Provide technical support and guidance to City departments in GIS database design, connectivity, access and quality assurance. Coordinate, administer, maintain, and support the City's Geographic Information System (GIS) and other systems, as assigned; related hardware and software including research and adopt methods to install new or improve existing software applications; configure and maintain the City's GIS database, application, web servers, and web enabled GIS applications. Create and maintain multiple GIS layers including parcels, streets, right-of-way, zoning and other development layers, and Police Department Computer Aid Dispatch (CAD) system layers. Develop, design, plan, and implement various GIS projects including integration with other City systems and data sources. Develop, test, prepare reports, and implement quality assurance (QA) and quality control (QC) processes; perform routine data management tasks, data validation and correction, queries and editing in GIS to ensure data accuracy, integrity, and completeness. Analyze, debug and document software applications problems. Conduct GIS queries and analyze departmental data sources to develop decision-making tools critical to departmental and divisional needs. Perform routine data management tasks such as data validation, correction, queries and editing in GIS. Collect and research a variety of data (field studies, records reviews, statistical analysis, etc.). Create and maintain GIS data sources and related applications. Perform a variety of GIS tasks and activities including data input and map generation. Qualification Guidelines A typical way to obtain the requisite knowledge and abilities to perform the duties and responsibilities of this classification is as follows: EDUCATION, TRAINING AND/OR EXPERIENCE: Graduation from an accredited four-year college or university with major course work in management information systems, computer science, mathematics, geography or a related field. Three or more years of progressively responsible experience in computer programming and/or geographic information systems . LICENSE AND/OR CERTIFICATE: Possession of a valid California Driver's License Class C. Revocation of license during employment may result in disciplinary action or reassignment. REQUISITE KNOWLEDGE AND SKILL LEVELS: Knowledge of the principles and practices of computer science, computer programming languages, and processing principles. Knowledge of relational or GIS database concepts, methodology, design and administration. Knowledge of cross-platform computer solutions and software connectivity issues. Knowledge of business processes and workflow. Knowledge of data conversion methodologies. When assigned to General Programming: Knowledge of modern software development. Knowledge of accounting, human resources, permitting and specialized database application programs. Knowledge of programming languages including JavaScript, .Net and Java Language. Knowledge of web application development software including Microsoft.Net framework. When assigned to Geographic Information Systems (GIS): Knowledge of GIS software including ESRI ArcGIS suite of products. Knowledge of ArcGIS Server databases and system management; Knowledge of ArcGIS Online application building, sharing and securing; Knowledge of Relational Database Management Systems (RDBMS) such as Microsoft SQL Server, database and geodatabase principles and design, transact-SQL scripting, and database management and analysis techniques. Knowledge of web application development software including ESRI ArcGIS Server API and ESRI Web AppBuilder. Knowledge of scripting languages including Python, Visual Basic, HTML and Javascript. Knowledge of land-based management systems including permitting, licensing, and other development processes. Tyler EnerGov experience preferred. Knowledge of development report specifications and generating reports. Knowledge of system integrations such as GIS, Bluebeam, LaserFiche and Sharepoint. Knowledge of data conversions. REQUISITE ABILITIES: Ability to organize and complete work independently and in accordance with established deadlines. Ability to independently analyze and solve a variety of complex computer software application and database utilization problems. Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing. Ability to establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with management, supervisors, co-workers, and other departmental representatives. Supplemental Information PHYSICAL TASKS AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS: Please contact human resources for a summary of the essential tasks and environmental factors for this classification. Employee accommodations for physical or mental disabilities will be considered on a case-by-case basis. To view benefit information for all groups, Click Here New Full-Time employees contribute the following amounts on a pre-tax basis towards the 2%@60 or 2%@62 CalPERS retirement formula depending on eligibility: Effective July 8, 2018: 12% of their salary Full-Time employeesreceive the following health insurance flexible benefits contribution: Effective July 7, 2019: $1,400 monthly Effective June 2022: $1,500 monthly New Part-Time employees are appointed by and serve at the will of the Department Director. They are reviewed for merit salary advancement on a periodic basis. Generally, part-time employees are limited to no more than 1,000 hours of work per fiscal year (July 1 - June 30). Certain part-time employees, however, are permitted to exceed this limit.Part-time employees participate in either the Public Agency Retirement System (PARS) or the California Public Employees Retirement System (CalPERS) depending on eligibility. Employees enrolled in PARS contribute 3.75% of salary with a matching City contribution. Employees enrolled in CalPERS contribute 7.50% - 10.469% of salary depending on eligibility. Part-time positions are eligible to receive general leave benefits. General leave can be used for sick, vacation, or holiday time. The City does not participate in the Social Security system; however, federal mandate requires all new employees to contribute 1.45% of wages to Medicare. As a condition of employment, all new employees are required to enroll and participate in the direct deposit program. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
City of Costa Mesa, CA Costa Mesa, California, United States
Oct 31, 2021
Part Time
Description This job posting was last updated on September 9, 2021. SALARY: $18.68 - $25.04 per hour *Effective July 2022: 2% Salary Increase will be applied There are currently 2 (two) part-time vacancies, one vacancy is assigned to Aquatics. The next application review date is September 23, 2021 JOB SUMMARY: Under general direction of the Recreation Coordinator, Assistant Recreation Supervisor or Recreation Supervisor, this position assists the Recreation Coordinator in the day-to-day operations of a community center or other recreation facility/program; plans, promotes, coordinates, implements and evaluates specialized recreation programs (aquatics, adult and youth fitness, early childhood education, senior center and other specialized recreation programs) and performs related duties as required. CLASS CHARACTERISTICS: This is the first level in the Recreation classification series. An incumbent in this classification may have a specialized certification or work experience in the primary program area to which they are assigned. They are responsible for supervising part-time staff and volunteers in various program areas such as aquatics, adult/youth fitness, early childhood education, senior center, special events, etc. Work is reviewed while in progress and by results achieved through regular conferences, reports and evaluations. This position differentiates itself from the Recreation Leader IV position due to the level of responsibility and difficulty as well as a specialized license or certificate or level of knowledge and expertise in the assigned area. This position differentiates itself from the Recreation Coordinator position in that the latter has responsibility for management of a community center, and more complex or multiple program(s). APPLICATION AND SELECTION PROCESS: All applicants must complete an online City application and supplemental questionnaire. This recruitment may close at any time without notice, therefore prompt application is encouraged. Candidates are requested to provide specific information regarding their education and experience as it relates to the position by completing all fields of the application. Applications may be rejected if incomplete. Do not indicate "see attached resume" as they will not be reviewed in the application process . Based upon the information presented on the application, a limited number of candidates who possess qualifications most pertinent to the position will be invited to participate in the selection process. The selection process may include, but is not limited to, the following components: application review and evaluation, written examination or exercise, physical examination, practical exercise and interview evaluation. Please notify the Human Resources Division 72 hours in advance of the test date if you have a disability which requires accommodation for the testing process. The eligibility list will be in effect for one (1) year, unless exhausted sooner. The eligibility list established from this recruitment may be utilized to fill lower-level vacancies which occur during the life of the list. Notifications during this recruitment will be sent by email only (regardless of the notification preference selected during the online application process). Notifications will be sent to the email address that is listed on your online application. All employment offers made by the City are contingent upon establishing proof of a prospective candidate's legal authorization to work in the United States and successfully passing all components of the pre-employment process which may include, but is not limited to: comprehensive background check, criminal history check (Live Scan fingerprint check), polygraph examination, post-offer psychological evaluation and post-offer medical evaluation (may include drug screen). Note: The provisions of this job bulletin do not constitute an expressed or implied contract. Any provisions contained within may be modified or revoked without notice. Essential Functions These functions may not be present in all positions in this class. When a position is to be filled, the essential functions will be noted in the announcement of position availability. Management reserves the right to add, modify, change or rescind work assignments as needed. Plans, coordinates, promotes and implements free and fee based programs in a specialized area of recreation, community and citywide special event programs. Promotes programs and events through the preparation of printed materials (e.g. informational brochures and news releases) and advertisements; and performs other outreach activities to effectively solicit program and event participants. Assists in establishing clear goals and objectives for respective program area, with measurable outcomes. Develops, recommends and monitors program budget revenues and expenditures. Selects, trains, supervises and evaluates performance of part-time staff, volunteers and contract personnel. Prepares staff schedules and conducts monthly staff trainings. Develops and maintains accurate resource files, operates general office equipment, including a personal computer. Collects and accounts for money; acts as cashier as needed. Provides information and assistance to the general public regarding assigned programs and activities and ensures registration deadlines are met in a timely manner. Prepares and maintains files and databases; prepares and presents comprehensive written and oral activity reports regarding assigned programs, activities, and events. Establishes positive relationships with community organizations, City partners, the Newport Mesa Unified School District and secures sponsors as necessary. Monitors and patrols a community center facility and ensures adherence to safety practices/protocols. Reviews and submits all incident/accident reports as well as make recommendations for preventative measures. Reviews daily logbooks and staff sign-in/out sheets for completion and accuracy. Develops a parent packet for each program, implements program registration, and monitors daily occurrences. Makes routine inventory checks and prepares purchase requisitions. May oversee receptionist desk and assist with customer service responses. May supervise a community center in the absence of the Recreation Coordinator or Assistant Recreation Supervisor. Performs other duties as required. When assigned to Aquatics: Implements and supervises aquatic class registration process. May perform functions as a Lifeguard, Instructor Guard, and Senior Lifeguard classifications when necessary. When assigned to Youth Programming: Coordinates, schedules, and supervises year-round programs for youth ranging from early childhood (3-5 years old), elementary (5-12 years old), and teens (12-17 years old) that provides academic enrichment, recreation play, athletics, events, and socialization. Plans and executes permits with Newport-Mesa Unified School District and collaborates with outside vendors for excursions and guest speakers. When assigned to the Senior Center: Organizes, develops and supervises specialized programs and events to enrich the lives of seniors such as classes, presentations, seminars, events, senior excursions, volunteer program, transportation program, and food distribution When assigned to Facilities and Events: Oversees and administers rental contracts for City facilities. Plans monthly special events at Lions Park. Qualification Guidelines A typical way to obtain the requisite knowledge and abilities to perform the duties and responsibilities of this classification is as follows: EDUCATION, TRAINING AND/OR EXPERIENCE: Must be 18 years of age. Education equivalent to an Associate of Arts degree in recreation, physical education, public or business administration or a related field. One year experience in planning, promoting, coordinating and facilitating of Recreation or Senior programs and special events or social services including some supervisory experience in a recreational setting. Experience with specific program area of recruitment/assignment is highly desirable. LICENSE AND/OR CERTIFICATE: Possession of or the ability to obtain a valid Class C California Driver's License. Revocation of license during employment may result in disciplinary action or reassignment. Possession of, or the ability to obtain, valid CPR and first aid certificates. May require the ability to obtain a Commercial Class C Driver License with a passenger endorsement. When assigned to Aquatics: Possession of the following certificates are required: 1. Water Safety Instructor 2. American Red Cross Lifeguarding/First Aid/CPR/AED The ability to obtain the following certificates within 12 months of appointment: 1. First Aid for Public Safety Personnel (Title 22) 2. American Red Cross Lifeguarding/First Aid/CPR/AED Instructor The ability to obtain the following certificates within 18 months of appointment: Water Safety Instructor Trainer REQUISITE KNOWLEDGE AND SKILL LEVELS: Knowledge of modern theories, principals and practices of community services and recreation programming. Knowledge of applicable federal, state and local laws and regulations as they pertain to assigned program. When assigned to Aquatics: Knowledge of overall pool operations including chemicals and equipment. Knowledge of American Red Cross curriculum policies and procedures. When assigned to Youth Programing: Knowledge of youth program operations and working with children. When assigned to the Senior Center: Knowledge of trends in the senior community and specialized programs. When assigned to Facilities and Events: Knowledge of facility management and allocation and special event planning. REQUISITE ABILITIES: Ability to plan, coordinate and lead a specialized program area of recreation with thorough knowledge of specific, identified programs. Ability to provide direction to part-time and seasonal staff in program implementation. Ability to recruit, train, supervise, and evaluate employees and volunteers. Ability to evaluate situations, identify problems, and exercise sound judgement when determining solutions within established guidelines. Ability to maintain effective work relationships with employees, public officials, program participants, contract instructors, volunteers and the general public. Ability to keep accurate financial and equipment inventory on specific recreation programs. Ability to prepare clear, concise, and accurate reports, correspondence, and other written materials. Ability to effectively communicate with employees, public officials, program participants and parents, contract instructors, volunteers, and the general public. Ability to work weekend and evening hours. When assigned to Aquatics: Ability to swim with proficiency and endurance. Ability to perform lifesaving and rescue techniques, including administering CPR/AED and First Aid. Supplemental Information PHYSICAL TASKS AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS : Please contact Human Resources for a summary of the essential tasks and environmental factors for this classification. Employee accommodations for physical or mental disabilities will be considered on a case-by-case basis. To view benefit information for all groups, Click Here New Full-Time employees contribute the following amounts on a pre-tax basis towards the 2%@60 or 2%@62 CalPERS retirement formula depending on eligibility: Effective July 8, 2018: 12% of their salary Full-Time employeesreceive the following health insurance flexible benefits contribution: Effective July 7, 2019: $1,400 monthly Effective June 2022: $1,500 monthly New Part-Time employees are appointed by and serve at the will of the Department Director. They are reviewed for merit salary advancement on a periodic basis. Generally, part-time employees are limited to no more than 1,000 hours of work per fiscal year (July 1 - June 30). Certain part-time employees, however, are permitted to exceed this limit.Part-time employees participate in either the Public Agency Retirement System (PARS) or the California Public Employees Retirement System (CalPERS) depending on eligibility. Employees enrolled in PARS contribute 3.75% of salary with a matching City contribution. Employees enrolled in CalPERS contribute 7.50% - 10.469% of salary depending on eligibility. Part-time positions are eligible to receive general leave benefits. General leave can be used for sick, vacation, or holiday time. The City does not participate in the Social Security system; however, federal mandate requires all new employees to contribute 1.45% of wages to Medicare. As a condition of employment, all new employees are required to enroll and participate in the direct deposit program. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
City of Costa Mesa, CA Costa Mesa, California, United States
Oct 31, 2021
Part Time
Description This recruitment is specifically for Part-time Reserve Police Officer (Level I) candidates (this is not for entry-level Police Recruit, Academy Graduate Officers, or Lateral Police Officer). To apply for any of those positions, click here to visit the Employment Opportunities page. RESERVE POLICE OFFICER (LEVEL I): $38.00 hourly plus part-time benefits COMMUNITY PROFILE: The City of Costa Mesa is just one mile from the Pacific Coast in the heart of Orange County and is one of California's most eclectic and vibrant cities. The city is home to South Coast Plaza, one of the nation's largest shopping centers, and the world-class Segerstrom Center for the Arts and South Coast Repertory theater. Costa Mesa is also the capitol of the action sports industry and the headquarters for companies such as Hurley International, Volcom, RVCA, Rip Curl, and Vans. Costa Mesa encompasses 16 square miles and has a population of about 110,000. Since its incorporation in 1953, Costa Mesa has evolved from a semi-rural farming community of 15,000 to a city with robust local economy that generates tax revenues of about $100 million annually. A general law city, Costa Mesa has a council-manager form of government and staff of approximately 450 full-time employees. Costa Mesa residents enjoy a mild Southern California climate. The City's location provides easy access to many of Southern California's major attractions, including beaches, mountain areas, high and low deserts, Disneyland, Knott's Berry Farm, Palm Springs and Los Angeles. For more information about the Costa Mesa Police Department , click here . APPLICATION AND SELECTION PROCESS: Applications are being accepted on a continuous basis in order to meet the needs of the City as vacancies occur. Applicants will be notified once testing dates have been established. STEP #1: SUBMIT APPLICATION Applications must be completed and submitted online. Based upon the information presented on the application, a limited number of candidates who possess qualifications most pertinent to the position will be invited to participate in the selection process. Candidates are required to provide specific information on their education and experience as it relates to the position by completing all fields of the application. Applications may be rejected if incomplete (resumes are not accepted). Candidates must attach to their application a copy of their CA P.O.S.T Reserve Academy Certificate (as a Level I Reserve) or a current CA P.O.S.T. Basic Police Academy Certificate (non-expired). Do not include attachments other than what is listed within the instructions of this posting . Candidate notifications are sent via email. Please make sure your email address is correct and check your email periodically during the application process. Candidates who pass an initial application screening phase will be selected to continue in the selection process. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Please ensure you meet the position qualifications as stated under the "MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS" section below before submitting your application. AUTOMATIC DISQUALIFIERS : Please be advised of the Costa Mesa Police Department automatic disqualifiers : click here for a list of background disqualifiers. If you do not meet the minimum qualifications or if any of the automatic disqualifiers pertain to you, it is recommended that you do not submit an application for this position as you will be automatically disqualified from the selection process. STEP #2: WRITTEN EXAMINATION Submit test results from one of the two test options below. Scores that are dated within one (1) year of the application date and meet the minimum passing score will be accepted. National Testing Network (NTN) Frontline Law Enforcement Written Exam Passing scores: Video - 65% or higher; Reading - 70% or higher; and Writing - 70% or higher This exam is administered directly by the National Testing Network (NTN) and candidates pay a test fee for the service. There are multiple test sites in Southern California, as well as throughout the Country. To schedule a test, visit the National Testing Network website by clicking here . Select the Costa Mesa Police Department and the specific position you are applying to. NTN will submit the scores to Costa Mesa Human Resources for review. Do NOT submit a test score if you do not meet the job qualifications. - OR - P.O.S.T. Entry-Level Law Enforcement Test Battery (PELLETB) Passing score: Total T-Score - 45 or higher Costa Mesa Police Department does not have any future test dates; however, if you have taken the PELLETB test with another agency within the last year, you may submit a copy of your test results to be meet the written exam requirement. Results must be on the testing agency's letterhead. PELLETB scores must be attached to your online application to be considered. STEP #3: PHYSICAL AGILITY TEST (PAT) Qualified applicants who submit a passing written exam score, as stated above, will be invited to the PAT when a test date is established. The PAT is typically scheduled several times per year. To view a video detailing the PAT components click here . STEP #4: ORAL INTERVIEW EVALUATIONS Candidates who successfully pass the PAT will be invited to the interview evaluation. ELIGIBILITY LIST Candidates must pass all four (4) of the steps listed above to be placed on the City's Eligibility List. The application screening, written examination, and physical agility test are all qualifying steps (pass/fail). The oral interview evaluation is weighted 100% and determines a candidates' placement on the eligibility list. Eligibility lists are valid for one (1) year from the date they are established unless it is exhausted sooner or extended for an additional period of time. FINAL PHASES OF THE SELECTION PROCESS: Upon being placed on the eligibility list, appointment(s) will be made after successfully passing each of the following components: polygraph examination, a comprehensive background investigation, interview with the Chief of Police, and the post-offer pre-employment psychological evaluation and medical examination. All employment offers made by the City are contingent upon establishing proof of a prospective candidate's legal authorization to work in the United States. Please call the Police Recruitment Hotline at (714) 754-4955 with any questions. Leave a message with your question and a staff member will return your call within one business day. *Please notify the Human Resources Division 72 hours in advance of a scheduled test date if you have a disability which requires accommodation for the testing process. NOTE: The provisions of this job bulletin do not constitute an expressed or implied contract. Any provisions contained within may be modified or revoked without notice. Essential Functions These functions may not be present in all positions in these classes. When a position is to be filled, the essential functions will be noted in the announcement of position availability. Management reserves the right to add, modify, change or rescind work assignments as needed. Upon hire, completes the Department's Field Training Program; patrols a designated area of the City in a patrol car to preserve law and order, to prevent and discover the commission of crimes, and to enforce traffic regulations; answers calls and complaints involving fire, traffic accidents, robberies, and other misdemeanors and felonies and takes necessary police action; makes arrests; conducts accident investigations and preliminary investigations at the scenes of crimes, administers first aid, gathers evidence, locates and questions witnesses; testifies as a witness in court; patrols various streets, schools, and colleges for parking violations; recovers stolen property; provides information to the public; escorts cars to hospitals; escorts parades and funeral processions; prepares necessary records and reports; may perform jailer duties such as processing arrested persons and maintaining security of the jail; may perform desk officer duties such as handling telephone calls and visitors, and fingerprinting taxicab drivers, entertainers, and various other persons; and performs other related work as required. Qualification Guidelines EDUCATION, TRAINING AND/OR EXPERIENCE: Must be a high school graduate, pass the General Education Development test or other high school equivalency test approved by CDE, or have attained a two-year, four-year, or advanced degree from an accredited or approved institution College course work with an emphasis in police science, social sciences, or related field is desirable. Must have completed a CA P.O.S.T Reserve Academy as a Level I Reserve or a CA P.O.S.T. Basic Police Academy and possess a current (non-expired) Certificate. 21 years of age or older at the time of appointment. LICENSE AND/OR CERTIFICATE: Class C California Driver's License. Revocation of license during employment may result in disciplinary action or reassignment. ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS PER P.O.S.T. REGULATIONS: Vision: 20/20 each eye corrected or uncorrected. Normal color vision. Hearing: Normal hearing acuity. Height/Weight: In proportion to age and frame. Citizenship: Must be a United States citizen or permanent resident alien who is eligible for and has applied for citizenship. SPECIAL NOTES: Smoking or use of any tobacco products at any time while on duty is prohibited. Tattoos shall not be visible while on duty. Police Reserve Officers will be required to work a minimum of 20 hours per month REQUISITE KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES: For detailed information on the specific knowledge, skills, and abilities, please click the following link to view the job description: Police Reserve Officer Supplemental Information Please contact Human Resources for a summary of the physical tasks and environmental factors for these classifications. Employee accommodations for physical or mental disabilities will be considered on a case-by-case basis. To view the City's Benefit Summary, please click here . To view highlights regarding salary and benefits specific to Costa Mesa Police Officers, please click here . Police Recruits are part-time employees appointed by and serve at the will of the Chief of Police. Police Recruits contribute 7% or 7.5% of their salary on a pre-tax basis towards the 2%@62 or 2%@60 CalPERS retirement formula depending on eligibility. Upon successful completion of the Academy, Police Recruits transition to a full-time Police Officer and begin contributing as described below. Police Officers are full-time employees whocontribute 14% of their salaryon a pre-tax basis towards the 3%@50 or 2.7%@57 CalPERS retirement formula depending on eligibility.A $2,119 monthly contribution is offered towards each employee's flexible benefit account. Lateral Police Officers may be eligible for up to 80 hours of sick leave credited to their Sick Leave Bank upon hire. Police Reserve Officers are part-time employeesappointed by and serve at the will of the Chief of Police. Police Reserve Officers participate in either the Public Agency Retirement System (PARS) or the California Public Employees Retirement System (CalPERS) depending upon eligibility.Employees enrolled in PARS contribute 3.75% of salary with a matching City contribution. Employees enrolled in CalPERS contribute11.50% or 14% of their salaryon a pre-tax basis towards the 2.7%@57 or the3%@50 depending upon eligibility. Employees do not contribute to the Social Security system; however, federal mandate requires new employees to contribute 1.45% of wages to Medicare and requires enrollment in an alternative retirement system. As a condition of employment, all new employees are required to enroll and participate in the direct deposit program. Closing Date/Time:
City of Costa Mesa, CA Costa Mesa, California, United States
Oct 31, 2021
Full Time
Description This job posting was last updated on July 7, 2021. The City of Costa Mesa invites applications for the following current vacancies: Senior Management Analyst 1 Full-time Vacancy - Office of the City Manager (Confidential Designation) - General Administration 1 Full-time Vacancy - Public Services Department 1 Full-time Vacancy - Finance Department (Confidential Designation) - This vacancy has been filled. 1 Full-time Vacancy - Office of the City Manager (Confidential Designation) - Chief of Staff to the Mayor and City Council - This vacancy has been filled. Management Analyst/Management Aide (may be filled at either the Analyst or Aide level) 1 Full-time Vacancy - O ffice of the City Manager (Confidential Designation) - General Administration/Special Events Coordination 1 Full-time Vacancy - Office of the City Manager (Confidential Designation) - City Clerks's Division 1 Part-time Vacancy - Office of the City Manager (Confidential Designation) - City Council Aide 1 Full-time Vacancy - Office of the City Manager (Confidential Designation) - City Council Aide - This vacancy has been filled. 1 Full-time Vacancy - Parks and Community Services Department - This vacancy has been filled. 1 Part-time Vacancy - Office of the City Manager (Confidential Designation) - General Administration - This vacancy is no longer available. Salary Ranges: Senior Management Analyst (Confidential) Current: $6,570 - $8,804 per month ($37.90 - $50.79 per hour) Senior Management Analyst Current: $6,472 - $8,674 per month ($37.34 - $50.04 per hour) Management Analyst (Confidential) Current: $6,257 - $8,385 per month ($36.10 - $48.38 per hour) Management Analyst Current: $6,164 - $8,261 per month ($35.56 - $47.66) Management Aide (Confidential) Current: $5,440 - $7,291 per month ($31.38 - $42.06 per hour) Management Aide Current: $5,361 - $7,184 per month ($30.93 - $41.45 per hour) * Effective July 2022: 2% Salary Increase will be applied Confidential Designation: An employee in this classification may have access to decisions or the decision-making process of the City concerning matters related to employer-employee relations and may have access to or may prepare confidential materials and/or information and/or recommendations on behalf of the City in matters relating to employer-employee relations. CLASS CHARACTERISTICS: Senior Management Analyst (Confidential) Under general supervision, provides advanced professional, technical, administrative, and analytical assistance in conducting a variety of comprehensive analyses and coordinating municipal policies, procedures and services in the City Manager/City Council and Finance departments. Senior Management Analyst Under general supervision, provides advanced professional, technical, administrative, and analytical assistance in conducting a variety of comprehensive analyses and coordinating municipal policies, procedures and services in the City Manager/City Council and Finance departments. Management Analyst/Management Aide (Confidential) Under general supervision, provides professional, technical, administrative, and analytical assistance in conducting a variety of comprehensive analyses and coordinating municipal policies, procedures and services in the City Manager/City Council and Finance departments. Management Analyst/Management Aide Under general supervision, provides professional, technical, administrative, and analytical assistance in conducting a variety of comprehensive analyses and coordinating municipal policies, procedures and services in various City departments. APPLICATION AND SELECTION PROCESS: Applications must be completed and submitted online. This recruitment will remain open until current positions are filled and may close without prior notice, therefore prompt application is encouraged. The next application review date is July 26, 2021. Candidates are required to provide specific information regarding their education and experience as it relates to the position by completing all fields of the application , do not include "see attached resume" in your responses, as they will not be accepted or reviewed in the application process. A detailed resume isalso required, this can be uploaded into the " Attachments " section of the online application. Applications may be rejected if incomplete. Based upon the information presented, a limited number of candidates who possess qualifications most pertinent to the position will be invited to participate in the selection process. The selection process may include, but is not limited to the following components: application materials review and evaluation, written examination or exercise, physical examination, practical exercise and interview evaluation. The eligibility list will be in effect for one (1) year, unless exhausted sooner. The eligibility list established from this recruitment may be utilized to fill lower-level vacancies which occur during the life of the list. It is recommended you use a personal email address on your application instead of a work email address. Notifications during this recruitment will be sent by email only (regardless of the notification preference selected during the online application process). Notifications will be sent to the email address that is listed on your online application. All employment offers made by the City are contingent upon establishing proof of a prospective candidate's legal authorization to work in the United States and successfully passing all components of the pre-employment process which may include, but is not limited to: comprehensive background check, criminal history check (Live Scan fingerprint check), polygraph examination, post-offer psychological evaluation and post-offer medical evaluation (may include drug screen). Please notify the Human Resources Division 72 hours in advance of the test date if you have a disability which requires accommodation for the testing process. Note: The provisions of this job bulletin do not constitute an expressed or implied contract. Any provisions contained within may be modified or revoked without notice. Essential Functions For a list of essential functions for each position, please click on the links below: Senior Management Analyst (Confidential) Senior Management Analyst Management Analyst/Management Aide (Confidential) Management Analyst/Management Aide Qualification Guidelines Senior Management Analyst (Confidential) Responsible professional experience equivalent to five years of full-time experience in a public agency performing analytical work. Graduation from an accredited four-year college or university with major coursework in business administration, public administration, or a closely-related field. A Master's, Master of Business Administration or Juris Doctorate degree or current enrollment in any of these programs may substitute for two years of experience. Senior Management Analyst Responsible professional experience equivalent to five years of full-time experience in a public agency performing analytical work. Graduation from an accredited four-year college or university with major coursework in business administration, public administration, or a closely-related field. A pertinent graduate degree is desirable. Management Analyst/Management Analyst (Confidential) Graduation from an accredited four-year college or university with major coursework in business administration, public administration, or a closely-related field. Responsible professional experience equivalent to two years of full-time experience in a public agency performing administrative work. A pertinent graduate degree can substitute for one year of the required experience. Management Aide/Management Aide (Confidential): Graduation from an accredited four-year college or university with major coursework in business administration, public administration, or a closely-related field; or current enrollment in a four-year college or university as a junior or senior with major coursework in business administration, public administration, or a closely-related field. Previous administrative work experience in a public agency is desirable. * All positions require a Class C California Driver's License. Revocation of license during employment may result in disciplinary action or reassignment. Supplemental Information PHYSICAL TASKS AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS: Please contact human resources for a summary of the essential tasks and environmental factors for this classification. Employee accommodations for physical or mental disabilities will be considered on a case-by-case basis. To view benefit information for all groups, Click Here New employees contribute the following amounts on a pre-tax basis towards the 2%@60 or 2%@62 CalPERS retirement formula depending on eligibility: Effective July 8, 2018: 12% of their salary Employees receive the following health insurance flexible benefits contribution: Effective July 7, 2019: $1,400 monthly Effective June 2022: $1,500 monthly The City does not participate in the Social Security system; however, federal mandate requires new employees to contribute 1.45% of wages to Medicare. As a condition of employment, all new employees are required to enroll and participate in the direct deposit program. Closing Date/Time: