City of Santa Rosa
Santa Rosa, CA, USA
What We're Looking For
Ideal candidates are dedicated public servants who have a passion for serving vulnerable residents in our community. They thrive on managing multiple tasks and working flexibly and collaboratively with a broad range of contacts including program participants, landlords, community advocates, and other government agencies and City partners. They will have exceptional interpersonal skills, including the ability to communicate effectively verbally and in writing, and the knowledge and technical abilities necessary to maintain a client caseload with a high degree of accuracy. Team orientation, problem-solving, good judgement, and dependability are key attributes for success in this position. Experience working directly in housing programs and the ability to speak Spanish are highly desirable.
Selection Process Applicants possessing the MOST DESIRABLE qualifications based on a screening of application materials including (most importantly) a supplemental questionnaire will be invited to the next steps in the selection process. Please complete a thoughtful, thorough Supplemental Questionnaire submission. Your responses to these questions will be scored using criteria specific to this position. Responses such as "See Resume" may be cause for disqualification.
Examples of Duties and Responsibilities
Essential Duties:The following duties are considered essential for this job classification:
Perform a variety of housing tasks including assistance to internal and external customers;
understand, interpret and apply local, state and federal housing laws, rules and regulations;
solicit and review housing assistance applications;
conduct surveys and perform research to track and report economic and housing data, discuss and explain procedures and objectives of programs with prospective applicants and program participants;
determine and re-examine eligibility for housing programs by verifying information submitted by program participants and applicants;
prepare paperwork and establish files for various projects;
assist in the preparation and administration of Requests for Qualifications and Requests for Proposals for public and private development and professional or technical services;
provide technical assistance to professional staff in the management of public improvement and/or private development projects from conception through completion of construction;
establish and maintain pertinent files and records;
calculate and process payments including review of eligibility and budget availability;
report, monitor and reconcile payments and reports;
develop control and reporting procedures to monitor and evaluate program performance;
compile and present information to policy making bodies and other boards;
communicate and coordinate activities with other city departments and outside agencies including the media; and
conduct marketing activities related to the City’s housing programs.
Additional Duties: In addition to the duties listed in the Essential Duties Section, each employee in this classification may perform the following duties. Any single position may not be assigned to all duties listed below, nor do the examples cover all the duties which may be assigned.
Prepare, modify and monitor various documents used in various departmental programs;
conduct GIS research;
provide assistance with loan portfolio records, loan compliance requirements, loan document and portfolio preparation;
maintain close contact with housing program participants to investigate, handle and resolve complaints and problems, and to provide assistance in obtaining needed services;
provide referrals to supportive services for special programs;
monitor compliance with program requirements and appropriate documents;
monitor contract compliance and program eligibility for a variety of housing programs;
evaluate residential complexes to determine whether maintenance is adequate;
represent Housing programs in contacts with program participants, community groups, businesses and outside agencies;
provide technical assistance to develop grant applications and assist with economic development and housing activities;
conduct habitability inspections on rental properties; and
perform related duties as assigned.
CITY OF FRESNO, CA
Fresno, California, United States
Position Description The City of Fresno PARCS Department has a variety of temporary part-time and seasonal opportunities in our Recreation and Community Services Divisions where employees learn how to engage with the community through a multitude of programs including fitness, nutrition, recreation, education, outdoor, sports, and much more. Individuals receive first-hand experience in strengthening the future of our diverse community by helping citizens appreciate the beauty of the Central Valley in our 80+ parks, community centers, and partnered locations. Above all else, you'll learn what it means to be a public servant, continuously striving to build a better future by empowering individuals to live healthy lives and connect with each other over shared interests! Under supervision, Services Aides may perform any of the following duties: - Assist the recreation staff with a variety of basic tasks; duties will vary according to job assignment; - Assist in setting up and maintaining recreation facilities for events and scheduled programs; - Assist with organizing sports activities, and learns to maintain discipline at recreation facilities; - Learns to instruct others in various arts, crafts, games, and sports; - Assist with routine attendance and participant records; registers citizens for classes and special events; checks-out and checks-in personal belongings; - Assist in the enforcement of rules, regulations, and safety precautions at municipal facilities; - Recognizes, avoids, and reports unsafe acts, conditions, accidents and injuries; - Maintain recreation facilities and equipment in a clean and safe condition, and in compliance with City policies, procedures, and regulations; - Provide information, instructions, and assistance to the public within the scope of authority and training; assists customers with requests, program participation, applications, and other documents; - Support the relationship between the City of Fresno and the general public by demonstrating courteous and cooperative behavior when interacting with citizens, visitors, and City staff; - Perform other duties as required or assigned. Conditions of Employment All newly hired and current City employees are required to comply with Administrative Order 6-30 "Employee Covid-19 Safety Protocols." For more information, please visit: Personnel Services | Policies and MOUs (fresno.gov) The Requirements QUESTIONNAIRE IN THE APPLICATION: Please select the programs you are interested in. Please select ONLY those positions that genuinely interest you. If there is a vacancy in a program you've selected, your application will be forwarded to the hiring manager for consideration. How To Apply The City of Fresno will accept applications continuously throughout the year to be utilized as vacancies occur. APPLICANTS MUST COMPLETE AN ON-LINE APPLICATION. PLEASE VISIT WWW.FRESNO.GOV/JOBS TO APPLY. For information on how to complete an on-line application, please view "Instruction Guide" on the City's website, Personnel Services Career Opportunities page, or call (559) 621-6950 for assistance. For specific information about recreation jobs, call (559) 621-7529. All areas of the on-line application must be completed in full. Resumes will not be accepted in lieu of a completed employment application; only attaching a resume will not meet application requirements. ALL CORRESPONDENCE regarding this recruitment will be sent via e-mail. All applicants will acknowledge such understanding when they complete their on-line application. Verify we have your correct e-mail address before you submit your application. It is an applicant's responsibility to check their email frequently to ensure they receive all pertinent communication from the Personnel Services Department on a timely basis. Applicants will receive an automatically generated confirmation e-mail upon a successful application submittal. The e-mail is the only proof of submittal. It is an applicant's responsibility to check their email account and phone voice mails from the City of Fresno. Please ensure email is set up to accept emails from the City of Fresno. Dependent upon your settings, notices from the City of Fresno may be directed to the "junk mail" or "spam" folders, and phone calls may read as "spam" on the phone ID. It is the applicant's responsibility to check these folders and calls. Applications must be submitted before the recruitment closes or it will not be accepted for any reason. Pursuant to City of Fresno Charter, temporary employment shall not exceed 2,080 hours within 2 fiscal years; and may not exceed 29 working hours per week. Other Information Selected individuals will be required to successfully pass a Department interview, a Department of Justice fingerprint, and provide proof of Tuberculosis (TB) clearance, prior to employment with the City of Fresno. Extra Posting Description Type NEIGHBORHOOD PARKS PROGRAM: Work at a city park providing various recreation services and activities for youth and adults, e.g., structured recreation and play time, arts & crafts, sports, fitness, drama, dance, group games, and tutoring. High School diploma or GED equivalent, basic knowledge of recreation activities, and ability to work with a diverse population and age groups is required. Must be available to work evenings and weekends; most employees work 3-7 or 4-8 PM Monday through Friday. YOUTH SPORTS: Youth Sports include indoor and outdoor soccer, basketball, flag football, flag rugby, and t-ball. Basic knowledge of each sport is recommended but not required. Patient, enthusiastic, interactive, and friendly coaches are needed to teach children ages 3-12 the fundamental skills required to play each sport. Must be available to work evenings and weekends. ADULT SPORTS: The Adult Sports program offers affordable adult organized leagues, drop-in sports activities, and tournaments including softball, basketball, soccer, flag football, and more. Reliable and enthusiastic coordinators, scorekeepers, and field monitors are needed year-round. Must be available to work evenings and weekends. SKATEBOARD & BMX: Incumbents assigned to the Action Sports Program will monitor Mosqueda Bike Park, Lions Skate Park and Todd Beamer Concrete Park. The ideal candidate should have basic knowledge and experience with Action Sports culture, park etiquette, teaching instructional classes, first aid methods, and working with a diverse population. Minimum qualifications include: High School diploma or GED equivalent and basic knowledge of recreation activities. Must be available to work evenings and weekends. PARK ATTENDANTS: Offer excellent customer service as the face of the Fresno PARCS division, perform light maintenance duties, open or close the park, and support recreation and fitness programming at a park or affiliated green space site. Park Attendants must be customer focused, conscientious, and able to make quick and educated decisions when responding to unanticipated issues. High School diploma or GED equivalent preferred. Park attendants are needed for all hours from opening (7 AM) to closing (as late as 10:30 PM in summer) 7 days a week. CITYWIDE SPECIAL EVENTS: Services Aides in this assignment will perform various duties in support of the successful execution of citywide special events. Responsibilities include set-up and tear-down, parking control, coordinating between event staff and city employees, and providing excellent customer service at all times. Ideal candidates would be courteous, friendly, and professional. Must have a flexible schedule and be willing to work evenings and weekends. SENIOR PROGRAM: Provides hot meals to senior citizens at our neighborhood and community centers, as well as recreational activities including organized games, social dances, arts & crafts, and exercise classes. Must be passionate about serving the senior citizen community. Typical schedule is from 9 AM - 1 PM Monday through Friday. Special events and dances are held on weekends. Equal Opportunity Employer The City of Fresno is an equal opportunity employer. Closing Date/Time: 12/31/2022
City and County of Denver
Denver, Colorado, United States
About Our Job The City and County of Denver utilizes a hybrid model workplace that balances the responsibilities of public service with the benefits of a flexible work environment. Employees work where needed, at a city site and/or in the field at least three days a week and telecommute remotely at a designated workplace within the State of Colorado the remaining days. Please apply as soon, as this position will close without advance notice once wereceivea sufficient number of qualified candidates. Denver Economic Development and Opportunity ( DEDO ) is leading an inclusive and innovative economy for all Denver residents and neighborhoods. We work to ensure the success of Denver’s economy is shared by our residents, businesses, and neighborhoods - because everyone deserves the opportunity to make a home, get a job, and build a future.DEDO’s team of over 130 people comprises of Workforce Services , Neighborhood Equity & Stabilization (NEST), Denver Construction Careers Program ( DCCP ), and Division of Small Business Opportunity ( DSBO ), and Business Development . This work unit exists to support the Denver Workforce Development System including WIOA (Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act) and all programs and services provided under the system to job seekers and employers. These programs and services include an array of federally funded programs and discretionary grants, career readiness services, and business services activities. Specifically, this unit will assist all funded vendors to improve quality, safety, and reduce operational risk exposure through performance improvement processes and meeting regulatory and accreditation requirements. Workforce Services is hiring for a full-time, unlimited Data Analytics Manager. The Data Analytics Manager provides professional management and direct supervision of the Continuous Quality Assurance Team. Leadership of this area includes day to day supervision, program direction, long range and short-term planning for the program area, program design, delivery and performance criteria for program operations. This position is responsible for the supervision of up to 6 team members who works with internal workforce services staff, One-Stop Operator, contracted and system partners to ensure workforce programs are aligned with federal, state, and local requirements. As the Data Analytics Manager, duties will include: Perform elements of work including work planning, instruction, and evaluating employee performance. Be responsible for the coaching, counseling, and development of staff across multiple disciplines, shaping and fostering a culture of excellence and performance Be responsible for overseeing and maintaining grant recipient file review monitoring processes and corrective action/improvement plans Be responsible for overseeing the development of monthly quality assurance reports and dashboards to ensure that the data collected and submitted to internal and external parties is timely and accurate based on the standards required Provide program data, analysis, and recommendations to support the Workforce Development Director and Assistant Directors in the areas of quality control, data integrity, and evaluation for the operations of the Denver Workforce System and funded service providers Work closely with the DEDO Director of Data and Technology and be responsible for providing workforce data to contribute to DEDO analytic reports and serve as the liaison to the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment - Leading and coordinating the work of monitoring grant funded programs and audits About You Our Ideal Candidate will have: (3) years or more of professional experience working with Workforce Innovation Opportunity Act (WIOA) programs (3) years or more of professional experience in administrative, management, and operational analysis work which must have included analyzing management problems and recommending solutions and implementation strategies In-depth knowledge of Workforce Innovation Opportunity Act (WIOA) performance and outcomes Experience synthesizing, collecting, and manipulating data to be extracted in multiple formats. Utilized Connecting Colorado data system or closely related governmental systems of record Worked in a workforce development, economic development, human services, or closely related environment Experience with Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) performance and outcomes We recognize your time is valuable, so please do not apply unless you meet the following required minimum qualifications: Education: Bachelor's Degree in a related field based on a specific position(s) Experience: Five (5) years’ experience performing full performance professional level duties within a specialized, functional area. (This does not include clerical experience.) Education/Experience Equivalency: One (1) year of the appropriate type and level of experience may be substituted for each required year of post-high school education. Additional appropriate education may be substituted for the minimum experience requirements To be considered for this position, you must include the following on your job application (upload the attachment(s) to the Resume/CV section on the My Experience tab): Resume Cover letter, describing your experience with Workforce Development as it relates to our position About Everything Else Job Profile CA2308 Administrator II To view the full job profile including position specifications, physical demands, and probationary period, click here . Position Type Unlimited Position Salary Range $78,718.00 - $129,885.00 Starting Pay Based on experience and education Agency Denver Economic Development & Opportunity The City and County of Denver provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, genetic information, age, or any other status protected under federal, state, and/or local law. For information about right to work, click here for English or here for Spanish.
City and County of Denver
Denver, Colorado, United States
About Our Job The City and County of Denver utilizes a hybrid model workplace that balances the responsibilities of public service with the benefits of a flexible work environment. Employees work where needed, at a city site and/or in the field at least three days a week and telecommute remotely at a designated workplace within the State of Colorado the remaining days. Please apply as soon, as this position will close without advance notice once we receive a sufficient number of qualified candidates. Denver Economic Development and Opportunity ( DEDO ) is leading an inclusive and innovative economy for all Denver residents and neighborhoods. We work to ensure the success of Denver’s economy is shared by our residents, businesses, and neighborhoods - because everyone deserves the opportunity to make a home, get a job, and build a future. DEDO’s team of over 130 people comprises of Workforce Services , Neighborhood Equity & Stabilization (NEST), Denver Construction Careers Program ( DCCP ), and Division of Small Business Opportunity ( DSBO ), and Business Development . DSBOsupports the growth, capacity, and sustainability of small, disadvantaged, minority and women owned businesses.The overarching mission of DSBO is to undertake specific initiatives, programs and activities to prevent discrimination, enhance the utilization and maximize contracting opportunities for certified small, disadvantaged, minority and women-owned business enterprises in city service projects and the procurements of goods and services purchased by the city (Denver Revised Municipal Code [D.R.M.C.] Chapter 28 Articles III, V, and VII). DSBO is hiring for one full-time, unlimited position for the Assistant Director of Small Business Strategic Development. The primary location will be at the Denver Post Building. There will be occasional travel to the Denver International Airport (DEN) for work time, team meetings, and DSBO events. This position also requires frequent participation at community events during and after office hours that take place throughout the greater Denver metro area. As the Assistant Director of Small Business Strategic Development on our DSBO team,you will be responsible for management and oversight of the Small Business Strategic Development office which includes but is not limited to strategic development/capacity building initiatives, developing technical assistance programs, grant writing, community engagement/outreach, facilitating trainings, and all other duties as assigned. As the Assistant Director- Small Business Strategic Development duties will include: Exhibit Exceptional Leadership Assist the Director in the provision of leadership on all small business matters within the City, State and Federal levels. Assist in the preparation of formal correspondence, speaking points, briefings, marketing collateral, narratives, charters, reports, etc. for DEDO executive management, Mayor's office, commissions, boards, committees, and other elected officials Manage subordinate staff which includes but is not limited to interviewing, hiring, assigning work, training, coaching, and counseling to ensure consistent application of employee guidelines, processes and procedures Provide Effective and Compelling Grant Writing to Secure Funding Responsible for finding funding opportunities to earn grant money, draft grant proposals and supporting documents based on the funding requirements of the organization. Maintain grant schedules, tracking grants, deliverables, records and submits reports related to grant activity Lead Project Management and Program Development Responsible for oversight, development, guidelines and implementation of DSBO strategic development programs including the Citywide Mentor Protégé Program, Small Business Seal/Passport Program, Business Equity Leadership Team (BELT) and future programs Oversee strategic development partnership agreements and deliverables which include but are not limited to HCC Contractor Academy, Leading Edge, and USDOT Bonding Education Develop and administer small business training and education programs through the establishment of standards, systems and guidelines Deliver Innovative, Effective and Efficient Event Planning Plan, facilitate and execute all DSBO led community engagement and outreach events including the Citywide Bridging the Gap to Success and DSBO’s Equity and Empowerment Council (DEEC) Lead scheduling, logistical coordination, virtual platform management, marketing, speaker recruitment, agenda development, presentation and speech development, quotes/invoicing, etc. Display Stellar Internal and External Engagement Serve as key liaison and subject matter expert to the small business and entrepreneur community, business associations, and governmental agencies and entities about the DSBO, DEDO and City and County of Denve r About You Our successful candidate will thrive in a team environment where they have strong ability to make decisions and have strong solutions-based skills while meeting high priority deadlines . You have excellent verbal and written communication skills and have self-awareness and empathy when communicating with diverse stakeholders. Our ideal candidate will have: The ability to research, employ deductive reasoning and interpret government ordinances, rules/regulations The ability to deliver concise, professional and engaging presentations Experience in grant writing Ability to provide complex information internal and external stakeholders regarding DSBO program specifics, including compliance processes and procedures Experience with Microsoft Office applications We realize your time is valuable so please do not apply if you do not have at least the following required minimum qualifications: Education: Bachelor's Degree in a related field based on a specific position(s) Experience: Five (5) years’ experience performing full performance professional level duties within a specialized, functional area. (This does not include clerical experience.) Education/Experience Equivalency: One (1) year of the appropriate type and level of experience may be substituted for each required year of post-high school education. Additional appropriate education may be substituted for the minimum experience requirements To be considered for this position, you must include the following on your job application (upload the attachment(s) to the Resume/CV section on the My Experience tab): Resume Cover letter - Briefly describe your experience with program development and project management related to small business About Everything Else Job Profile CA2308 Administrator II To view the full job profile including position specifications, physical demands, and probationary period, click here . Position Type Unlimited Position Salary Range $78,718.00 - $129,885.00 Starting Pay Based on experience and education Agency Denver Economic Development & Opportunity The City and County of Denver provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, genetic information, age, or any other status protected under federal, state, and/or local law. For information about right to work, click here for English or here for Spanish.
Nevada County, CA
Nevada City, California, United States
Definition and Class Characteristics This is an Environmental Health Specialist I - Trainee Position. Interviews will be held on January 16th and 17th. Join our team of dedicated specialists! The Nevada County Environmental Health Department is looking for interested individuals who want to start a career as an Environmental Health Specialist (EHS). As a Senior CDA Tech, we will help you to gain skills and get the Registered Environmental Health Specialist Trainee CDPH letter certificates needed to become an EHS I. If you are an individual who wants to help ensure the safety of our community members and have the skills to interpret and explain environmental health policies and regulations, this is great training program. Knowledge and Skills Required: Interpreting and explaining policies and regulations accurately and tactfully to the public. Reviewing applications for accuracy and completeness. Planning, organizing, and carrying out research. Analyzing and evaluating data to make recommendations based on findings. Using computer technology and applications in the performance of daily activities Establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work Maintaining records and preparing routine correspondence and reports What you will learn: Principles and practices of environmental quality control, public health and sanitation and providing quality customer service. Methods and procedures for inspecting and correcting unsanitary conditions. Provisions of the penal codes relating to public nuisances. Principles of biology, chemistry and physics as applied to environmental health and/or hazardous materials. Performing sanitary inspections and detecting unsanitary conditions. Establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of the work. Effectively obtaining and evaluating information through interviewing and inspection. Optimally interacting with individuals from various socio-economic, cultural, behavioral, and environmental settings. Maintaining records and preparing clear, concise reports and correspondence pertaining to inspection and enforcement activities. Conducting training in the methods and procedures of appropriate sanitary practices. Education and Experience Required: Equivalent to 2 years of college coursework from an accredited college or university, which includes 12 semester units in geography, cartography, mathematics, construction urban planning, regional planning, environmental health sciences, or similar field OR 3 years sub-professional office work equivalent to the classification of Permit Processing Assistant II with the County of Nevada, OR any combination of the above. Incumbents must participate in an approved training program to receive their Registered Environmental Health Specialist Trainee CDPH letter for an EHS I Trainee. To become and EHS I, see here for education and experience requirements: Class Specifications | Environmental Health Specialist I | Class Spec Details (governmentjobs.com) . Why Nevada County? Our leadership values employee development and engagement, promotes open and transparent communication, sets us up to be a hard-working organization, and recognizes our contributions. Our leadership connects with the community, listens to them, and provides relevant programming to keep us safe and healthy. Employees are offered a robust benefit package that includes medical, dental, vision, and life insurance, CalPERS retirement, flexible spending accounts, and paid sick, vacation, and holidays. We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status. We will ensure that individuals with disabilities are provided with reasonable accommodation to participate in the job application or interview process, to perform essential job functions, and to receive other benefits and privileges of employment. Please contact us to request accommodation. For full job description and to apply for this position, click here . NOTE: This summary of benefits is not a binding document and is provided as a courtesy. Refer to specific summaries and agreements (MOUs) for specific benefit information. Holidays: 11 paid holidays per year. Sick Leave: 8 hours per month. Vacation Accrual: 1-4 years:80 hrs./year;5-12 years:120 hrs./yr.;13+ years:160 hrs./yr. Maximum accrual is 284 hours. Floating Holiday: 16 hours max;24 hours max after 14 years of service Medical, Dental and Vision Plans: County of Nevada offers CalPERS ' suite of medical plan offerings. We offer Delta Dental Coverage and Vision Service Plan (VSP) vision coverage. You may elect medical insurance for yourself only or you and your eligible dependents. You may elect dental and vision insurance for yourself only or for you and your eligible dependents. Your choice regarding medical insurance enrollment is separate from your election for dental and vision insurance. Dental and vision insurance are bundled, however (this means if you elect dental insurance, you must also elect vision insurance.) Depending upon the plan selected by the employee, the County contributes a substantial amount of the total cost of the complete health package (including medical, dental and vision coverage). In 2020, the amount the County contributes for employee only coverage is $568 per month;for employee + one coverage, $1,113 per month;and for family coverage, $1,484 per month. For those employees who have health coverage from other sources, and who elect to not participate in Nevada County's plans, the County offers a $300 monthly taxable Cash-Back allowance. For part-time employees working 50% or more, the County contribution will be pro-rated. As an example, a 50% employee will only receive the benefit of 50% of the county contribution rates listed above, increase out-of-pocket costs significantly. Life Insurance: The County pays the premium for employee life insurance coverage in the amount of $20,000, and $1,000 coverage for each eligible dependent. Optional life insurance is also available for purchase by the employee. Employee Assistance Program The County-sponsored Employee Assistance provides confidential counseling, coaching, and wellness services to employees and their eligible dependents. Deferred Compensation The County offers a 457 Deferred Compensation program and FSA (Flexible Spending Arrangement). Deposits into these plans are strictly voluntary and are made through a payroll deduction on a tax-deferred basis. The County does not make contributions to the employees' Deferred Compensation account. Other Jail Training Officer pay differential of 5% is payable to Correctional Officers II assigned to work as a Jail Training Officer. Freon and Pesticide pay differential of 2.5% is payable to employees certified in its administration who regularly use it in the course of their duties. Wastewater Certificate pay differential of 2.5% is available to employees in specific wastewater classifications who meet various criteria. Group Supervisors I/II are eligible to receive a 5% pay differential when assigned in writing to perform lead worker duties. Correctional Emergency Response Team (CERT) pay of $75 per month is available to Correctional Officers I/II and Correctional Sergeants who are assigned in writing to participate on the CERT team. Retirement: The County is in the Public Employees' Retirement System ( CalPERS ) coordinated with Social Security. The various Retirement Plans are listed below: "Legacy Members"- 2.7% @ 55 Final Retirement Compensation based on Single Highest Year. Effective July 5, 2015, employees contribute a total of 10.585% towards the employer share of the PERS contribution which includes the employee's normal employee contribution of 8%. "Classic Members" to PERS- 2% @ 60 Final Retirement Compensation based on Highest Three-Year Average. Employee contributes the normal 7% employee contribution. "New Members" to PERS- 2.0% @ 62 Final Retirement Compensation based on Highest Three-Year Average. Employee contributes 7.75%. CalPERS defines "new members" as: (1) A new hire who is brought into CalPERS membership for the first time on or after January 1, 2013, and who has no prior membership in any other California public retirement system. (2) A new hire who is brought into CalPERS membership for the first time on or after January 1, 2013, and who is not eligible for reciprocity with another California public retirement system. (3) A member who established CalPERS membership prior to January 1, 2013, and who is hired by a different CalPERS employer after January 1, 2013, after a break in service of greater than six months. NEVADA COUNTY IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER Any information on this page or links is subject to change without notice. Nevada County Human Resources Department 950 Maidu Avenue, Nevada City, CA 95959 (530) 265-7010 Comments, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org Closing Date/Time: 12/26/2022 8:00 PM Pacific
COUNTY OF LAKE, CA
Lake County, California, United States
General Recruitment Information Recruitments for County positions are typically conducted to establish eligibility lists to fill countywide vacancies that occur during the active status of those lists (approximately 3 - 12 months). Any person on promotional eligibility list will be considered first by the hiring department(s) before persons on an open eligibility list. The County of Lake only accepts applications for permanent positions when actively recruiting. Only online applications are accepted. It is the responsibility of each applicant to review the full job description and requirements. The County is an Equal Opportunity-Affirmative Action Employer. Veteran’s Preference. To apply for County examinations - All applications for County examinations must be submitted through the County’s online application system. A completed Supplemental Questionnaire must be submitted with each online application. All permanent County recruitments will be posted at www.co.lake.ca.us with a link to the online application. The County of Lake reserves the right to limit the number of applications that will be accepted for any open recruitment, and any such limit will be included on the job posting. When a limit is posted the recruitment is subject to close at any time prior to the final filing date. Completed online application packets must be submitted by the close of business on the date that the recruitment closes. All relevant experience must be included on the application to be considered. Relevant experience and /or education (unofficial transcripts must be included) may be substituted at a ratio of 2 to 1 for the purpose of meeting minimum qualifications and applicants should contact the Human Resources department for details. Important Notice - The provisions listed on job postings, job descriptions, or other recruitment materials do not constitute an expressed or implied contract. Benefits may vary between bargaining units. Any provisions contained within job postings, job descriptions or other recruitment material may be modified or revoked without notice. All County of Lake applicants who are a conditional employment offer must comply with the County’s pre-employment medical review program before they may be appointed to the County position. Application and Testing Information This recruitment is open continuously. The first review of applications will be completed on or after January 5, 2023. Applications submitted after this date will be screened as Human Resources receives them. Minimum Qualifications Licensing and Certifications: Possession of, or ability to obtain, an appropriate valid California Driver’s License. Education and Experience: A Bachelor’s degree in public/business administration, economic development, urban development or a closely related field. AND Four (4) years of full-time experience performing a variety of complex, analytical administrative work in economic development, redevelopment or community development, business assistance, and/or commercial development, including two (2) years of supervisory experience. Experience in a public agency is strongly preferred. Additional directly related experience and/or education may be substituted. Full Job Description DEPUTY COUNTY ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER II- ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT DEFINITION Under administrative direction, assists with the preparation, review and management of the County’s economic development strategic plan; administers and implements a comprehensive economic development program and activities, including business development, assistance programs and the County’s various incentives zones; develops and directs both short-term and long-term economic plans, programs and activities to encourage the retention, expansion and location of economic activity; makes presentations about the County’s economy and economic opportunities; assists with planning, organizing, reviewing, managing, and supervising the functions of County government; represents the Board of Supervisors’ policies and programs with county staff, community organizations, other agencies, and the public, as delegated. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS This is a journey level Deputy County Administrative Officer- Economic Development classification that performs management of the County’s Economic Development Strategic Plan. The position requires considerable initiative and independent judgement in developing, directing and implementing the County’s Economic Development Strategic Plan. The incumbent in this management position serves at the pleasure of the appointing authority, which means the employment relationship is at-will, and that the County of Lake or the employee may terminate the relationship at any time, with or without cause. SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND EXERCISED Receives general direction and reports to the County Administrative Officer and/or Assistant County Administrative Officer. Exercises direct or general supervision over professional, paraprofessional, technical, and administrative support staff, either directly or through subordinate levels of supervision. EXAMPLES OF ESSENTIAL DUTIES Class specifications are intended to present a descriptive list of the scope of duties performed by employees in this class and are not intended to reflect all duties performed within the job. Provide expert professional assistance to the County Administrative Officer on a wide variety of economic development issues and opportunities; and working with local governmental and private developers on projects integrating transportation, housing, entertainment, recreation and retail. Influence, plan, coordinate and implement the County’s economic development projects, program activities and marketing programs, including the County’s Economic Development Strategic Plan. Direct and oversee initiatives to retain and attract quality businesses that provide job opportunities and expand the County’s tax base, and work with county departments and outside agencies to provide incentives and facilitate consideration and approval of new commercial development projects. Participate in the development of economic studies related to targeted areas, types of industries and development programs. Assist in the preparation of long-range plans and special studies in coordination with County departments and other public agencies. Serve as a liaison with various local, State and Federal agencies, coordinating projects with agencies as deemed necessary and appropriate. Become familiar with existing inventory of available buildings, businesses, and residential development sites within the unincorporated areas of the County and perform studies regarding underutilized properties for future purchase, lease or development. Represent the County at public and private meetings with development professionals, present to supervisors, boards, commissions, groups, businesses, individuals, and the general public on economic development issues, programs, services and plans. Collaborate, engage and coordinate meetings with County officials and department heads, community groups, businesses and stakeholders, academic institutions and State, Local Tribal, Federal and specialized agencies regarding economic development. Attend professional development workshops and conferences to keep abreast of trends and developments in the field of economic development and represent the best interest of the County on matters related to economic development. Provide professional comprehensive analytical assistance to the County Administrative Officer regarding countywide issues, programs, goals and objectives and/or operations. Perform research, analyze and prepare staff reports and other necessary correspondence MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Knowledge of: Economic development principles, best practices, and implementation including community and business development, real estate development, redevelopment, and local government financial incentives for business. Comprehensive knowledge and understanding of pertinent Federal, State and Local laws, rules, ordinances, regulations and legislative processes controlling Economic Development. Strategies for economic development and administration and business attraction and retention. Practices, methods and techniques of administration, including budget, personnel, contract and grant administration and management. Clear, concise and proficient oral and written communication in English to develop marketing campaigns, press releases, and reports; provide technical specifications, negotiate contracts; disseminate information; and prepare and present educational programs and trainings. Comprehensive public speaking and public relations methods to persuade, negotiate and mediate issues. Computers and software programs (e.g., Microsoft software applications, or equivalent), as needed to conduct research, assess information, and/or prepare accurate reports, documents and presentations. Principles and techniques for working with groups and fostering effective team interaction, including effective relations with elected officials and local state and federal officials. Principles and practices of employee supervision, including motivating, coordinating and leading staff, work planning, assignment review and evaluation, and discipline. Ability to: Assist with planning, organizing, managing, coordinating, and implementing a variety of economic development projects and activities with County departments and outside agencies. Create and contribute to an economic development strategic plan. Develop, manage and maintain action plans and supporting programs and projects and associated budgetary and financial management requirements. Gather, organize, analyze, and present a variety of data and information. Provide advice and consultation to County management on Economic Development regulations, programs, and policies. Analyze and evaluate complex program and operational problems and implement effective solutions; requires highly developed analytical, strategic and lateral thinking skills to drive change and make recommendations on improvements to the County’s economic development plan. Effectively represent the County’s policies, programs, and services with the public, community organizations, County staff, and other government agencies. Effectively represent the County in contacts with government agencies, community groups, and various business, professional, regulatory, and legislative organizations. Be service- and performance- oriented, focusing on accountability; regularly working well under pressure, meeting multiple and sometimes conflicting deadlines. Interpret oral, written, mathematical, legal, statistical and regulatory information dealing with economic development programs, budgets, grants, regulations or policies, ordinances and standards. Establish, maintain, and foster positive and effective working relationships with business, financial institutions, coworkers, department heads, officials, government agencies and the general public. Relate and work effectively with communities/population from diverse cultural, economic and ethnic backgrounds. Licensing and Certifications: Possession of, or ability to obtain, an appropriate valid California Driver’s License. Education and Experience: A Bachelor’s degree in public/business administration, economic development, urban development or a closely related field. AND Four (4) years of full-time experience performing a variety of complex, analytical administrative work in economic development, redevelopment or community development, business assistance, and/or commercial development, including two (2) years of supervisory experience. Experience in a public agency is strongly preferred. Additional directly related experience and/or education may be substituted. WORKING CONDITIONS, ADA, AND OTHER REQUIREMENTS The County of Lake is an equal opportunity employer and will comply with its obligations under the law to provide equal employment opportunities to qualified individuals with disabilities. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential job functions. Incumbents generally work in a typical office environment with adequate light and temperature. There may be occasional exposure to outside work environment, which may include walking in uneven terrain, extreme temperatures, loud noise, fumes, noxious odors, dust, mist, gases, and poor ventilation; underground, confined, or restricted workspaces; and heights more than five stories above ground level. Incumbents may interact with upset staff and/or public and private representatives in interpreting and enforcing departmental policies and procedures. Positions in this class typically require: sitting, stooping, kneeling, crouching, reaching, standing, walking, pushing, pulling, lifting, fingering, grasping, talking, hearing, seeing, and repetitive motions. Sedentary Work: Exerting up to 10 pounds of force occasionally and/or a negligible amount of force frequently or constantly to lift, carry, push, pull or otherwise move objects. Sedentary work involves sitting most of the time. Jobs are sedentary if walking and standing are required only occasionally and all other sedentary criteria are met. Light Work: Exerting up to 25 pounds of force occasionally, and/or up to 10 pounds of force frequently, and/or a negligible amount of force constantly to move objects. If the use of arm and/or leg controls requires exertion of forces greater than that for sedentary work and the worker sits most of the time, the job is rated for light work. This position may require local and statewide travel, as necessary. A successful candidate will be required to submit to and pass a background check prior to the appointment. Depending upon the position and/or assigned department, the background check may include but is not limited to civil and criminal history check, reference check, Live Scan, and/or credit check (as allowed under state law). Disaster Service Workers: As members of the County of Lake Emergency Services Organization, all Lake County employees are designated as Disaster Service Workers during a proclaimed emergency and may be required to perform certain emergency services at the direction of the department and / or County. The contents of this class specification shall not be construed to constitute any expressed or implied warranty or guarantee, nor shall it constitute a contract of employment. The County of Lake assumes no responsibility beyond the general accuracy of the document, nor does it assume responsibility for any errors or omissions in the information contained herein. The contents of this specification may be modified or revoked without notice. Terms and conditions of employment are determined through a “meet and confer” process and are subject to the Memorandum of Understanding currently in effect. RETIREMENT - County employees are members of the California Public Employee Retirement system (CalPERS).CalPERS provides a defined benefit pension at retirement for County employees.The pension formulas and employee contribution amounts may vary by bargaining unit, date of hire, prior qualifying service, and classification. Please contact Human Resources for more information. HEALTH AND INSURANCE BENEFITS - Medical, dental, hospital, vision, life and disability coverage is available to employees and their dependents. The County contributes $1,000 of the monthly premiums for the insurance plan options. VACATION ACCRUAL may be adjusted for current city or county government employees. VACATION - 80 hours per year during the first five years of service, 120 hours per year after five years, and additional accruals based on years of service beyond fifteen years. Pro-rated for part-time employees. SICK LEAVE - Accrues at a rate of 96 hours per year. Pro-rated for part-time employees. HOLIDAYS - An average of twelve paid 8-hour holidays per year. Pro-rated for part-time employees. SALARY - Lake County has an adopted salary schedule. The salary range for most classifications is in five increments with a provision for longevity increases. Appointments are normally made at the first step of the salary range. SOCIAL SECURITY - County employees participate in Social Security. CALIFORNIA STATE DISABILITY INSURANCE - SDI is available to some County employees. DEFERRED COMPENSATION PLANS and CREDIT UNION MEMBERSHIPS are available to County employees. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
California Polytechnic State University
1 Grand Avenue, San Luis Obispo, CA 93407, USA
Description: California Polytechnic State University (Cal Poly), a distinguished public undergraduate and Master’s level institution located in San Luis Obispo, California, seeks an innovative and collaborative research leader to serve as the Vice President for Research, Economic Development and Graduate Education (VP R-EDGE). This role is an opportunity for an experienced, entrepreneurial, and tactical builder to make their mark at the top public masters-level university in California and one of the top 25 public and private universities in the West ( U.S. News & World Report) . Cal Poly is home to an engaged community of students, staff, and faculty committed to robust teaching, scholarship, and service in a “Learn by Doing” environment in which all community members are partners in discovery. The VP R-EDGE is responsible for university-wide advocacy for research, scholarship, and creative activity and promotes the value of a diverse range of scholarly and applied research activities for faculty, staff, and students. The VP reports to the Executive Vice President/Provost with a dotted line to the President and works in close partnership with University Development and other administrators, including but not limited to, the CEO of the Cal Poly Corporation, the academic deans, and the dean of Graduate Education. The VP R-EDGE is also a member of the President’s Cabinet. Core to the R-EDGE enterprise is the “Learn by Doing” philosophy that underscores the institution’s mission as a polytechnic university where students, staff, and faculty are partners in discovery. Cal Poly provides extensive undergraduate and graduate (master’s level) research, scholarship, and creative activity programs in addition to extensive applied research programs. The VP proactively fosters an environment in which the research, scholarly, and creative accomplishments of faculty and students are encouraged and rewarded. Growing such a research unit within a preeminent campus of the California State University system is ultimately of service to the state of California: the VP seeks to develop wide-reaching economic support of these research activities and promotes the reputation of Cal Poly's research, scholarship, and creative activities (RSCA) locally, nationally, and internationally. Required education and experience An earned doctorate or equivalent terminal degree and/or demonstrated exceptional scholarly/artistic achievement. Ten years of progressively responsible experience managing complex research programs in higher education or industry, including five years of demonstrated success in upper-level management. Required skills, knowledge, and abilities An understanding of the diverse forms of RSCA conducted at a comprehensive polytechnic university, and an informed perspective about federally sponsored programs , intellectual property, technology transfer, compliance, and commercialization in the university environment. A working knowledge of Intellectual Property that includes the nuances of higher education as well as the expectations of industry partners. Excellent interpersonal and leadership skills, including the demonstrated ability to motivate and influence individuals at all levels and negotiate agreements and partnerships. Demonstrated leadership and management experience to integrate the academic and administrative activities in RSCA. Demonstrated ability to be a strong advocate for the value of student RSCA. Leadership experience in research and grants administration, and the development of cross-disciplinary research ventures in a university setting. Working knowledge of the interpretation and management of complex agreements and authorship of successful extramural research initiatives. Strong oral, written, problem solving and decision-making skills. A commitment to inclusiveness, transparency, and consensus building; willingness to collaborate and communicate effectively with multiple university constituencies, including other research leaders within the California State University system. Proven experience in supporting colleges in recruiting, developing, and retaining faculty associates and professional staff with respect to RSCA. Significant knowledge in compliance, specifically research, export control, and environmental health and safety regulations. Demonstrated experience working productively with external constituencies, such as governing and coordinating boards, legislative bodies, public agencies, funding agencies, community members and local and regional industry. A record of working successfully with diverse students, staff, faculty, campus population and external collaborators; demonstrated commitment to diversity in hiring. An understanding of and commitment to shared governance. Preferred skills and experience A Ph.D. or terminal degree. Track record of success in obtaining external research funding and administering research programs that support faculty, graduate student and undergraduate student RSCA. Working knowledge of the variety of sponsor requirements that can impact the review, approval and acceptance of grants and contracts. Cal Poly has retained Isaacson, Miller, a national executive search firm, to assist in this search. The search committee will review nominations and applications until the position is filled. However, to ensure full consideration, applicants are encouraged to submit materials by January 4, 2023 . The anticipated starting date for the position is mid-June 2023. To apply, visit http://jobs.calpoly.edu to complete the required online Cal Poly Application. In addition, each applicant must provide as separate attachments to the online application a detailed curriculum vitae or resume, a cover letter, and a diversity statement. The cover letter should address the applicant’s qualifications and experience for this position, including a personal statement of the applicant’s views on academic administration, experiences with and views on leadership, and their management style. Inquiries, nominations, and referrals may be sent via the Isaacson, Miller website for the search: www.imsearch.com/8771 . Cal Poly Known for its Learn by Doing pedagogy, Cal Poly is the flagship of the world-renowned California State University system. Annually recognized as one of the top public universities in the nation, Cal Poly continues to offer an academic curriculum based on learned experience gained through real-world practice. Located in San Luis Obispo, Cal Poly is nestled comfortably among the coastal foothills, minutes from the Pacific Ocean and equidistant to the Bay Area and Los Angeles. Diversity Statement At Cal Poly, we believe that cultivating an environment that embraces and promotes diversity is fundamental to the success of our students, our employees and our community. Bringing people together from different backgrounds, experiences and value systems fosters the innovative and creative thinking that exemplifies Cal Poly's values of free inquiry, cultural and intellectual diversity, mutual respect, civic engagement, and social and environmental responsibility. Cal Poly's commitment to diversity informs our efforts in recruitment, hiring and retention. Cal Poly is an equal opportunity employer. Supplemental Information Following a conditional offer of employment, a background check (including a criminal records check) must be completed satisfactorily before any candidate may start work with Cal Poly. Failure to satisfactorily complete the background check may result in the withdrawal of the offer of employment. Current employees who are offered positions on campus will be required to undergo a background check for any position where a background check is required by law or that Cal Poly has designated as sensitive. The person holding this position is considered a 'mandated reporter' under the California Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting Act and is required to comply with the requirements set forth in CSU Executive Order 1083 as a condition of employment. This position may be "Designated" under California State University's Conflict of Interest Code. This would require the filing of a Statement of Economic Interest on an annual basis and the completion of training within 6 months of assuming office and every 2 years thereafter. Closing Date/Time: Open until filled
Sonoma County, CA
Santa Rosa, CA, United States
Position Information THIS RECRUITMENT IS PROMOTIONAL ONLY. YOU MUST PRESENTLY BE A FULL- OR PART-TIME REGULAR OR PROBATIONARY COUNTY OF SONOMA, COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION, SONOMA COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS, OR SONOMA COUNTY WATER AGENCY EMPLOYEE IN ORDER TO APPLY FOR THIS POSITION. The Community Development Commission (CDC) has requested a department promotional certification to fill the Community Development Manager position. The employment list established from this recruitment may be used to fill future full-time or part-time positions as they occur during the active status of the list. Qualified CDC employees who wish to be considered for future positions should consider applying to this recruitment. The Sonoma County Community Development Commission is a separate entity from the County of Sonoma and not within the County's Civil Service System. Under the direction of the Executive Director, the Community Development Manager oversees the affordable housing and community development finance, community services grants, compliance monitoring, construction services, and property asset management sections. The position is responsible for ensuring adherence to Board-approved policies, recommending administrative policy improvements, preparing the CDC for the audit of housing programs by external funders, and responding to any monitoring concerns, findings, and recommendations. The ideal candidate will have: Administrative management experience working with affordable housing and community development and programs funded by Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and other federal, state, and local funding sources Proven experience supervising employees who are administering affordable housing and community development programs Extensive experience drafting and reviewing contracts and other legal documents HUD training in Community Development Program Administration, Consolidated Planning, Integrated Data and Information Systems (IDIS), National Environmental Protection Agency (NEPA) environmental review, and Subrecipient Management APPLICATION SUBMISSIONS REQUIRE THE SUPPLEMENTAL QUESTIONNAIRE BE COMPLETED. Minimum Qualifications Education and Experience: Any combination of education and work experience which can clearly demonstrate possession of the knowledge and abilities listed above. License: Possession of a valid driver's license at the appropriate level including special endorsements, as required by the State of California, may be required depending upon assignment to perform the essential job functions of the position. Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities Thorough knowledge of: the Community Development Block Grant Programs for both urban and rural areas; the operations of federally-assisted housing programs for low and moderate income housing; the theory and practices of housing rehabilitation and new construction in urban and rural areas; principles of housing finance. Considerable knowledge of: the general principles of land use planning and zoning; statutes, regulations and rules governing federally-assisted housing programs; management techniques and practices; governmental budgeting and the process involved in the preparation of budgets. Ability to: evaluate and monitor housing programs; analyze housing finance alternatives in order to evaluate program effectiveness and cost benefits; understand and interpret statutes and regulations relating to housing and community development programs; plan and direct the work of others; establish effective working relationships with the public, other employees and other governmental agencies; make oral and written presentations to groups and organizations of various sizes. Selection Procedure & Some Helpful Tips When Applying Your application information and your responses to the supplemental questions are evaluated and taken into consideration throughout the entire selection process. You should list all employers and positions held within the last ten years in the work history section of your application and should be as thorough as possible when responding to the supplemental questions. You may include history beyond ten years if related to the position for which you are applying. If you held multiple positions with one employer, list each position separately. Failure to follow these instructions may impact your competitiveness in this process or may result in disqualification. Please visit Getting a Job with the County of Sonoma to review more detailed information about the hiring process, including the application process, examination steps, and department selection process APPLICATION SUBMISSIONS REQUIRE THE SUPPLEMENTAL QUESTIONNAIRE BE COMPLETED. Responses to supplemental questions may be scored using position-specific criteria. Please provide specific and detailed responses of a reasonable length to allow for a thorough assessment of your qualifications. Responses that state "See Resume" or "See Application" may be considered insufficient and therefore may not be scored. The selection procedure will consist of the following examination: An Application & Supplemental Questionnaire Appraisal Examination (weight 100%) will be conducted to evaluate each applicant's application and supplemental questionnaire for satisfaction of minimum qualifications (pass/not pass); and for educational coursework, training, experience, knowledge, and abilities which relate to this position. Each applicant will be evaluated based on the following criteria: Relevance of work history, related experience, and achieved level of education and/or training as described in the application and responses to the supplemental questions. Candidates demonstrating possession of the minimum qualifications will be placed on an employment list in order of most qualified to least qualified based on the achieved score received in the Application & Supplemental Questionnaire Appraisal Examination. Scores may be adjusted based on such factors as the number of candidates, anticipated vacancies, past practice, and natural breaks in the scores achieved by this group of candidates. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION A background investigation may be required prior to employment. Candidates referred to departments for a selection interview are typically required to sign authorization and release forms enabling such an investigation. Failure to sign prescribed forms will result in the candidate not being considered further for that vacancy. Reference information will not be made available to applicants. Additional requirements, such as successful completion of a physical exam, drug screen, etc., may apply, depending on the duties and responsibilities of the position. If you receive a conditional job offer for the position, the requirements upon which the offer is contingent will be outlined in the conditional job letter. You may also review the Job Classification Screening Schedule to determine the requirements for this position. HOW TO APPLY Applications are accepted online at www.yourpath2sonomacounty.org . Paper applications may be submitted by person, fax (707-565-3770), email, or through the mail. All applications and appropriate supplemental information as outlined in the job bulletin must be RECEIVED by the time and date specified on the first page of this job announcement. Applications received after the recruitment closes will not be accepted. The County of Sonoma values diversity and is dedicated to creating a workplace environment that provides individuals with a sense of belonging. We are committed to having a diverse workforce that is representative of the communities we serve. The County is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer where all aspects of employment are based on merit, competence, performance, and business need. HR Analyst: CG HR Technician: KC Closing Date: 12/6/2022 11:59 PM Pacific
City of Palmdale, CA
Palmdale, California, United States
DESCRIPTION *APPLY IMMEDIATELY. THIS POSITION WILL CLOSE ONCE A SUFFICIENT NUMBER OF APPLICATIONS ARE RECEIVED. The Community Services Officer performs a variety of community service duties in a non-sworn capacity in coordination with the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department; responds to calls-for-service, takes crime reports, enforces the California Vehicle Code, City ordinances, and regulations; issues citations and provides testimony in court; and educates the public about federal, state, and local laws and codes while providing outstanding customer service. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS This is a full journey level classification. Incumbents perform a variety of responsible duties on behalf of the department operations with work generally reviewed upon completion and for overall results. Incumbents are required to possess previous related experience and are expected to be fully competent in performing assigned duties. SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND EXERCISED The Community Services Officer receives direct supervision from the members of the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department with programmatic direction from the Community Compliance Manager, or his/her designee. This position exercises no supervision. EXAMPLES OF ESSENTIAL DUTIES Receive and respond to citizen inquiries and requests for sheriff services in the field, at a public counter, and over the telephone. Conduct preliminary investigations at given locations including taking statements and gathering facts through observation. Make referrals to other agencies as appropriate. Assist in traffic control. Write crime and incident reports; prepare and maintain log books and other records. Operate assigned vehicle; ensure issued equipment is in proper order; inventory and maintain supplies such as citation books, envelopes, and other forms. Interact with the public on an ongoing basis; receive, listen to, and skillfully handle citizen issues and complaints and conduct research to respond to community concerns as necessary. Conducts routine patrols of city facilities and other designated locations. Assist the public by providing directions and answering a variety of questions regarding the Sheriff's Department and City programs, policies, and procedures. Enforce California Vehicle Codes, issue citations, and store or tow vehicles. Enforce provisions of the City's Municipal Code and Palmdale Zoning ordinances; issue administrative citations; educate the public about code and zoning ordinances. Prepare for, appear, and testify in criminal and civil court proceedings and at depositions as needed. Perform related duties as assigned. EXPERIENCE & TRAINING / LICENSE AND/OR CERTIFICATE Any combination of experience and training that would provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the required knowledge and abilities would be: Experience: One year of full-time, or the equivalent of part-time, experience working in a law enforcement or public safety capacity with substantial public contact. Training: High school diploma, G.E.D. or equivalent. College level coursework in law enforcement or related field is highly desirable. LICENSE OR CERTIFICATE Possession of a valid California driver's license and legally required vehicle insurance and the ability to be insured with the City's insurance carrier required. Other Requirement: Must successfully pass the background for the California Law Enforcement Telecommunications System (CLETS) through the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department as soon as practical. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Knowledge of: Due process, constitutional rights, limitation of authority; legal remedies, and abatement strategies used in investigation of complaints. Appropriate safety measures for field investigations. City organizational structure/functions. Pertinent federal, state, and local laws, codes, and regulations. Community/agency resources available to effect compliance/aid. Outside agencies' jurisdiction. Rules and procedures of providing testimony in court regarding crime reports. Computer skills necessary to write reports, develop presentations, and collect data. Ability to: Gather and analyze data. Prepare accurate and concise technical reports. Make sound decisions and recommend appropriate corrective action. Work safely in the field setting. Interact with residents, businesses, other City employees, Sheriff's Department personnel, and personnel of other government agencies both in the office and in the field. Communicate effectively with members of the public, other City employees, Sheriff's Department personnel, and personnel from other public agencies. Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with members of the public, other City employees, Sheriff's Department personnel, and personnel from other public agencies. Read, write, and speak clearly and effectively using the English language. Use proper English composition, grammar, spelling, and punctuation. Interpret and apply civil and criminal laws, the Penal code, Welfare and Institutional Codes, health and safety codes, vehicle codes, City codes, and radio codes. Work crime scenes as assigned and write reports. Demonstrate an awareness and appreciation of the cultural and ethnic diversity of the community. PHYSICAL AND MENTAL REQUIREMENTS Mobility : frequent use of keyboard; frequent driving, walking, standing, bending, squatting, and sitting for long periods of time; occasional climbing. Lifting : frequently up to 10 pounds; occasionally up to 40 pounds. Vision : constant use of overall vision; color and depth vision; frequent reading and close-up work. Dexterity : frequent repetitive motion; frequent writing; frequent grasping, holding, and reaching. Hearing/Talking : frequent hearing and talking, in person and on the phone. Emotional/Psychological : frequent decision-making and concentration; frequent public and/or coworker contact; regularly works alone. Environmental : frequent exposure to noise. WORKING CONDITIONS Work is performed in both a typical temperature controlled office environment subject to typical office noise and environment, and outside in various types of weather. Position is required to operate vehicles; may require occasional overtime; night and weekend work is required; travel is rare. Closing Date/Time: 12/13/2022 1:00 PM Pacific
City of Santa Rosa
Santa Rosa, CA, USA
Essential Duties: Depending on area of assignment, the following duties are considered essential for this classification:
Plan, organize, and supervise the activities of the Transportation Planning section of the Transportation and Public Works Department's Traffic Engineering Division
Act as single/primary point of contact for regional transportation planning organizations, such as the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) and Sonoma County Transportation Authority (SCTA), with focus on long-range land use and transportation planning, funding opportunities, policy tracking and development, and legislative tracking and analysis
Develop transportation planning policy language for inclusion in both local and regional planning documents
Analyze new and emerging local, regional, and statewide legislative and policy initiatives and changes; recommend and implement updates to City processes, codes, and policies
Assist in the development of transportation projects and lead local and regional coordination efforts relating to funding and regional planning compliance;
Perform difficult, complex, and politically sensitive assignments related to Public Works transportation planning matters
Develop and upgrade the Transportation and Public Works transportation-related aspects of the General Plan
Supervise, interpret, and compile economic, social, engineering, and related data used in the analysis of Transportation and Public Works transportation planning matters
Work with other City departments involved with transportation planning in addressing City-wide transportation planning issues
Prepare recommendations relative to current Transportation and Public Works transportation planning matters
Review subdivisions and plans for compliance with applicable regulations
Review traffic impact studies to evaluate environmental considerations of projects
Perform research, planning, and technical analysis for Transportation and Public Works transportation planning projects
Present staff reports and recommendations at City Council and public meetings
Assist in preparing and reviewing division budget Supervise, train, and evaluate technical and/or professional subordinates
Additional Duties: In addition to the duties listed in the Essential Duties section, each employee in this classification may perform the following duties. Any single position may not be assigned all duties listed below, nor do the examples cover all duties which may be assigned.
Provide staff support and guidance to the Bicycle and Pedestrian Board
Assist the Deputy Director in the development and implementation of Division goals, policies, and priorities
Perform related duties as assigned
City and County of Denver
Denver, Colorado, United States
About Our Job The City and County of Denver utilizes a hybrid model workplace that balances the responsibilities of public service with the benefits of a flexible work environment. Employees work where needed, at a city site and/or in the field at least three days a week and telecommute remotely at a designated workplace within the State of Colorado the remaining days. Please apply as soon, as this position will close without advance notice once wereceivea sufficient number of qualified candidates. Denver Economic Development and Opportunity ( DEDO ) is leading an inclusive and innovative economy for all Denver residents and neighborhoods. We work to ensure the success of Denver’s economy is shared by our residents, businesses, and neighborhoods - because everyone deserves the opportunity to make a home, get a job, and build a future.DEDO’s team of over 130 people comprises of Workforce Services , Neighborhood Equity & Stabilization (NEST), Denver Construction Careers Program ( DCCP ), and Division of Small Business Opportunity ( DSBO ), and Business Development . DEDO is seeking a Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Grants Administrator to assist in enacting a sophisticated management strategy by providing operations support to the organization. In this role, you will assist the Director of Administration & Federal Compliance manage and administer the portfolio of HUD entitlement grants and the non-financial administrative functions required to receive them. You will be responsible for the day-to-day program administration functions and will assist oversight of the program by producing planning documents and reports, managing data, providing program analyses, and performing regular compliance checks. As the HUD Grants Administrator position, duties would include: Assist the Director of Administration & Federal Compliance in the preparation of the HUD Annual Action Plan, HUD Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (CAPER), HUD Consolidated Plan or any substantial amendments to the Consolidated Plan, and citizen participation plan Conduct stakeholder and resident outreach for HUD planning activities, including the required citizen participation processes for the Action Plan, CAPER, and Consolidated Plan or amendments Submit and maintain accomplishment data for HUD activities in the Integrated Disbursement and Information System (IDIS) and internal database management systems; submit additional reporting to HUD as required by regulation Serve as a subject-matter expert to provide regulatory analysis and technical assistance to program teams utilizing HUD grants for activities, including program design, scope development, program operations, project development, and special compliance issues Manage and implement the HUD records retention policy and enact retention procedures for staff; oversee the storage and retention of program records Analyze program data, identify actual and potential problem areas, trends, and other factors that impact the program, and prepare comprehensive reports of findings including solutions and recommendations for upper management. Create and conduct a comprehensive quality control strategy, which may include evaluating program progress to determine if the program is achieving its objectives and is in compliance with HUD laws, regulations, and departmental goals Recommend, develop, and/or modify program policies, procedures, and guidelines to achieve program goals and objectives and determine changes that need to be made based on feedback from internal customers, officials, service providers, and/or community groups Monitor federal, state, and/or regional regulatory changes to determine when internal program policies and procedures need to be revised, and advise internal customers, service providers, community groups, and clients on changes needed to comply with program criteria Prepare information for articles for publication, press releases, and promotional material as needed; deliver presentations at public meetings, conferences, and to other city agencies Provide additional support and serve as a backup as needed to the Director of Administration & Federal Compliance, including serving as a secondary contact for local HUD Office and internal/external customers About You To be successful in this role, you have strong communication skills that are written and verbal. You have a passion for creating equitable and inclusive communities. Service for the public is a priority in your career, as well as high customer service ideals, work ethic, and an ability to self-motivate. Our Ideal Candidate has: High familiarity with one of more of the following HUD programs: CDBG, HOME, HOPWA, NSP, or ESG 3 years of experience in federal programs, policy, compliance and/or legal work that involved input and participation from diverse stakeholders Experience in managing projects and/or programs, creating plans, developing and monitoring contracts, and reporting for performance and compliance Bachelor’s Degree or higher in Public Policy, Public Administration, Business, Political Science, or closely related field Understanding of applicable policies, ordinances and ability to participate in meetings and make presentations on behalf an agency or governing body Knowledge of and ability to interpret complex federal regulation, local laws and ordinances as well as local, state and federal legislation Expertise in economic development, community development and/or urban planning We recognize your time is valuable, so please do not apply unless you meet the following required minimum qualifications: Education: Bachelor's Degree in Public Administration, Management, Sociology, Psychology, Political Science, or a related field Experience: Three (3) years of professional or technical level experience planning the administrative aspects of a program(s) or training program participants and/or volunteers. (Some positions may require experience in a specific program area.) Education/Experience Equivalency: One (1) year of the appropriate type and level of experience may be substituted for each required year of post-high school education. Additional appropriate education may be substituted for the minimum experience requirements To be considered for this position, you must include the following on your job application (upload the attachment(s) to the Resume/CV section on the My Experience tab): Resume Cover letter, describing your experience with administration of Federal grants as it relates to our position About Everything Else Job Profile CA0938 Program Administrator To view the full job profile including position specifications, physical demands, and probationary period, click here . Position Type Unlimited Position Salary Range $53,574.00 - $88,397.00 Starting Pay Based on experience and education Agency Denver Economic Development & Opportunity The City and County of Denver provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, genetic information, age, or any other status protected under federal, state, and/or local law. For information about right to work, click here for English or here for Spanish.
City and County of Denver
Denver, Colorado, United States
About Our Job The City and County of Denver utilizes a hybrid model workplace that balances the responsibilities of public service with the benefits of a flexible work environment. Employees work where needed, at a city site and/or in the field at least three days a week and telecommute remotely at a designated workplace within the State of Colorado the remaining days. Please apply as soon, as this position will close without advance notice once wereceivea sufficient number of qualified candidates. This is a limited position with an end date of December 31, 2025. Denver Economic Development and Opportunity ( DEDO ) is leading an inclusive and innovative economy for all Denver residents and neighborhoods. We work to ensure the success of Denver’s economy is shared by our residents, businesses, and neighborhoods - because everyone deserves the opportunity to make a home, get a job, and build a future.DEDO’s team of over 130 people comprises of Workforce Services , Neighborhood Equity & Stabilization (NEST), Denver Construction Careers Program ( DCCP ), and Division of Small Business Opportunity ( DSBO ), and Business Development . DEDO’s Innovation and Entrepreneurship team is hiring for a full-time, unlimited working with Business Development Representative. The Business Development team is partnering with TechUp and The Herman Malone Fund . TechUp is a new program offered through an entrepreneurial hub catering to technology entrepreneurs in the Denver metro area from underrepresented communities, specifically Black, Indigenous, and people of color (BIPOC). TechUp will support a multi-tiered program focused on tech entrepreneurship, mentorship, ideation assistance, business incubation services, and sales pipeline generation opportunities. As the Business Development Representative, duties would include: Monitor community activities and maintaining a calendar of events to promote awareness of the organization’s mission Coordinate program participant opportunities managing a business participant database Serve as a thought leader around programs to help educate business partners about topics related to business needs in the community Point-of-contact liaison with local businesses and community leaders to identify community needs and mobilize resources to meet those needs Conduct research on community demographics and trends to identify areas in need of attention Manage special events such as program kick off events or networking opportunities that attract businesses to the resources available Maintain relationships with local businesses and community leaders to identify opportunities for corporate partnerships Promote awareness of the organization’s mission through community outreach activities such as hosting fairs or distributing flyers in local neighborhoods About You To be successful as the Business Development Representative you have strong written and verbal communication skills. You have a passion for creating equitable and inclusive opportunity. Service for the public is a priority in your career, as well as high customer service ideals, work ethic, and an ability to self-motivate. You understand and have lived experience with business with an entrepreneurial mindset. You want to help your clients achieve their business goals and their next level of success. Our ideal candidate will have: A Bachelor's degree in Communications, Marketing, Business, or related fields Three to five years of experience within community collaboration efforts Experience with MS Office Suite, including PowerPoint and Excel Ability to present to diverse audiences with cultural sensitivity and effectively communicate Strong experience preparing reports Strong knowledge of social media and other basic marketing platforms using Adobe and Canva applications Experience managing deadlines and prioritization of projects We recognize your time is valuable, so please do not apply unless you meet the following required minimum qualifications: Education: Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration, Economics, Marketing, Finance, Urban Planning, Real Estate or related field Experience: Three (3) years of professional experience working in economic or workforce development, or a closely related field Education/Experience Equivalency: One (1) year of the appropriate type and level of experience may be substituted for each required year of post-high school education. Additional appropriate education may be substituted for the minimum experience requirements To be considered for this position, you must include the following on your job application (upload the attachment(s) to the Resume/CV section on the My Experience tab): Resume Cover letter, describing your experience with diverse community collaboration as it relates to our position About Everything Else Job Profile CA2171 Business Development Representative II To view the full job profile including position specifications, physical demands, and probationary period, click here . Position Type Limited (Fixed Term) Position Salary Range $62,488.00 - $103,105.00 Starting Pay Based on experience and education Agency Denver Economic Development & Opportunity The City and County of Denver provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, genetic information, age, or any other status protected under federal, state, and/or local law. For information about right to work, click here for English or here for Spanish.
Merced County, CA
Los Banos, CA, United States
Nov 29, 2022
Examples of Duties Extra-Help employees are not entitled to County benefits and are limited to a maximum of 25 hours per week. Please Note: Bilingual (English/Spanish) Required for certain positions California Driver's License Required for certain positions Experience working with seniors and telephone skills are highly desirable. Duties may include, but are not limited to the following: Locate and identify citizens in need of community services. Identify and research available community resources. Maintain current knowledge of programs. Provide other needed assistance within the scope of the information concerning appropriate services and eligibility requirements. May assist in publicizing various services. Perform detailed assessment of program eligibility. Assists in completion of various programs applications and forms. Perform other related duties as required. Minimum Qualifications Education: Equivalent to graduation from high school. Experience: One (1) year clerical experience or experience involving public contact is required. Experience working with seniors and telephone skills are desirable. License: Possess a valid California Driver License at the time of appointment and maintain, for some positions in this classification. Selected applicant must be able to pass fingerprint and background check. Essential Functions ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Communicate effectively with others in person, over the telephone, and in writing. Frequent operation of personal computer and other modern office equipment. Respond appropriately to situations. Locates and identifies citizens in need of community resources. Identifies and researches available community resources. Perform simple clerical work. Repetitive motion, sitting for long periods, walking. Occasional standing, pushing, pulling, bending, squatting, climbing. Lifting - Frequently 5 pounds or less; occasionally 5 to 30 pounds. Constant good overall vision and reading and close-up work. Frequent color perception and use of eye/hand coordination. Occasional use of depth perception and peripheral vision. Frequent hearing of normal speech, hearing/talking on the telephone, talking in person. Frequent decision making, concentration, and public contact. Some assignments may require working weekends, nights, and/or occasional overtime. Occasional exposure to noise; occasional contact with dirt, dust, indoor/outdoor cold and heat; occasional exposure to varied weather conditions. Regular attendance is an essential function. Knowledge of: Governmental programs relating to senior citizens and other community residents. Community Resources. Problems, needs and attitudes of senior citizens and other community residents. Ability to: Communicate effectively with senior citizens and other community residents. Conduct individual and group presentations. Establish and maintain effective relationships with those contacted during the course of work. Read, write and understand English. FAMILY CARE LEAVE Family Care Leave applies to all employees who work 1250 or more hours in any twelve month period. HEALTH PLANS AND LIFE INSURANCE Extra-help employees are not entitled to County-paid medical, dental, vision, life insurance, Employee Assistance Program benefits and are not eligible to participate in the Deferred Compensation Plan. JURY DUTY Extra-help employees are not entitled to pay or receive reimbursement from the County for Jury Duty. PAID TIME BENEFITS Extra-help employees are not entitled to paid bereavement, vacation, or holidays. PAID SICK LEAVE Extra-help employees are entitled to accrue up to three (3) paid sick days (24 hours) in a 12-month period. SOCIAL SECURITY Extra-help employment earnings are not covered under Social Security. Merced County provides an alternate plan - Public Agency Retirement Services (PARS) - for extra-help employees who are otherwise not eligible for participation in the County's retirement system. COMPENSATION/UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE: The County does provide benefits to those eligible under the State Workers Compensation and Unemployment Insurance statutes. THIS BULLETIN IS NOT A CONTRACT AND DOES NOT CREATE CONTRACTUAL OR LEGAL RIGHTS ON BEHALF OF ANY EMPLOYEE. THIS BULLETIN IS SUBJECT OF BEING SUPPLEMENTED, MODIFIED, WITHDRAWN OR OTHERWISE CHANGED PENDING LABOR AGREEMENTS AND/OR AT THE DISCRETION OF THE COUNTY EXECUTIVE OFFICER OR AS THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS DEEM NECESSARY. For answers to specific questions regarding employee benefits, please call Human Resources at 209.385.7682. 01 Can you effectively communicate in both English and Spanish? Yes No 02 Can you effectively communicate in both English and Hmong? Yes No 03 Do you possess a valid California Driver's License? Yes No 04 Describe in detail your experience working with the community and/or public. Include in your response: Employer name, Number of hours worked per week, Employment dates. 05 Describe in detail your experience in working with individuals of different ages. Include in your response: Employer name, Number of hours worked per week, Employment dates. 06 Describe in detail your experience giving presentations to groups. Include in your response: Employer name, Number of hours worked per week, Employment dates. Required Question
City of Buckeye, AZ
City Hall: 530 E. Monroe Avenue Buckeye, Arizona, United States
Position Scope RECRUITMENT IS OPEN UNTIL FILLED; FIRST REVIEW OF APPLICATIONS IS TUESDAY, JANUARY 3, 2023 GENERAL PURPOSE: The Economic Development Deputy Director works under the direction of the Economic Development Director and serves as the second in command for the Economic Development department. Performs complex administrative and managerial functions including planning, organizing, and directing the programs, activities and staff of the Economic Development department which include assisting the Director with the recruitment, retention and expansion of employment opportunities; the attraction of new retail, tourism, and service opportunities to the City; and with the redevelopment of Historic Downtown. Works with the Director to develop short and long term planning, programs, and budgets. Emphasis is on working in a collaborative, cross-departmental setting; dealing with the issues associated with rapid growth and seeking out creative solutions to development related issues. Primary Duties and Responsibilities The following duties ARE NOT intended to serve as a comprehensive list of all duties performed by all employees in this classification, only a representative summary of the primary duties and responsibilities. Incumbent(s) may not be required to perform all duties listed and may be required to perform additional, position-specific duties. Assist the Director with implementing initiatives designed to recruit, retain, expand, and help germinate new businesses and employment to Buckeye. Manage key economic development programs and projects to develop and implement the City's economic development initiatives. Assist the Director with the development and implementation of the City's economic development strategic initiatives and action plans. Works to form strong relationships between the business functions including sourcing leads, drafting proposals, negotiating development agreements, and represents the city to outside stakeholders and partners. Manage and coordinate proposals to clients, respond to inquiries and requests from clients, and assist in presentations and site visits. Manage and coordinate intra-departmental teams designed to assist locates with the entitlement and construction process. Represent the department and organization to the general public and outside groups, agencies, and organizations, including Greater Phoenix Economic Council, Arizona Commerce Authority, Maricopa Association of Governments, Westmarc, the Buckeye Valley Chamber of Commerce, the Buckeye Main Street Coalition, developers, brokers, key stakeholders, and others. Support the City's business retention and expansion (BRE) program, including working directly with staff to support existing businesses to insure their long term success in Buckeye. Also support the City's entrepreneurial development programs and activities. Provide staff support to various City boards, commissions, and task force groups as needed. Make written and verbal presentations to City management, the City Council, boards and commissions, trade associations, outside organizations, and citizens. Assist the Director with managing and coordinating the day-to-day operations of the department, including supervision of staff, budgeting, departmental management, and other operational issues. Assist the Director in the development of marketing materials and advertising strategies. Coordinate, oversee and/or prepare financial and economic analyses of projects and potential financial incentives. Research and seek out potential targeted businesses that align with the City's goals, assets, and strategies. Research and seek out potential development partners who could serve to build new commercial space. Responds to requests for information from elected officials, internal departments, citizens, and/or other applicable parties; responds to and resolves politically sensitive inquiries, issues and concerns within scope of position. Seek out ways to improve City operations. Model the City's values and culture. Perform other duties as required. Minimum Qualifications & Position Requirements Education: Bachelor's degree in Urban or Regional Development, Geography, Business Administration, Finance, Economics, Public Administration, Real Estate, or closely related field; a Master's Degree in these fields is preferred. Experience: A minimum of 5 years of experience and proven success in economic development, redevelopment, community development, business assistance, real estate development, public/private finance, or closely related field. OR: an equivalent combination of education and experience. Strongly Preferred: Experience in a local government setting; experience in a very rapidly growing community; experience in supervision, budgeting, marketing, and research principles. Certifications: A "Certified Economic Developer" (CEcD) is desirable. Necessary Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Knowledge of: Principles, practices, procedures, and strategies of economic development, community development, planning and zoning, economic trends, economic/financial analysis, incentives, and related economic development principles and practices. Economic development marketing, research, database management, and strategic planning. Economic development incentives, particularly the ability to analyze both financial and non-financial impact to the community Customer relationship management Public administration and government operations Strategy and program development principles and practices Project development, scheduling, and monitoring. Applicable federal, state, and local laws, ordinances, and regulations. Commercial/industrial real estate development. Skill in: Collecting, tabulating, organizing, analyzing, and presenting complex economic development related data and information. Comfortable communicating both one-on-one and with larger groups. Excellence in oral, written, and electronic communication. Managing staff and delegating tasks. Creative development solutions, including public and private partnerships. Dealing with a rapid growth environment and the issues associated with that, such as the lack of infrastructure and existing building stock. Proficient and efficient in research. Organization and multi-tasking. Ability to: Proven ability to successfully attract new businesses, retain/expand existing businesses, and help to foster entrepreneurial development, in order to grow the City's employment base. Problem solve in a creative and strategic manner. Take direction well, follow oral and written instruction, and yet also be pro-active in seeking out new opportunities. Ability to read complex legal documents, development agreements and contracts, development-related documents, master plans, and budget documents. Excel as a team player. Coordinate, prioritize, and execute multiple tasks in a high pressure environment. Establish and foster a cooperative intra-departmental relationship for the benefit of clients. Manage change. Deal with highly confidential situations. Maintain a highly professional demeanor. Provide a high level of customer service to our clients. Think and act independently when necessary. Effectively use technology to assist in job functions. Maintain regular attendance and punctuality. Additional Information Special Requirements: Possession of a valid Arizona Driver's License Physical Demands / Work Environment: Standard office environment. Occasional site visits in the field. Reports To: Economic Development Director Supervision Exercised: Professional and/or administrative staff FLSA Status: Exempt Employee Benefits & Wellness The City offers a comprehensive benefits package to full-time classified and management employees. Part-time classified employees may be eligible for select benefits where defined. For complete Benefit Plan & Wellness Information, please visit the City website at: Benefits & Wellness City benefit plans are subject to change at any time. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
CITY OF LAGUNA BEACH, CA
Laguna Beach, CA, United States
Description The City of Laguna Beach, California, seeks a dynamic and knowledgeable Assistant Director of Community Development (Assistant Director) to support the Director of Community Development in overseeing 44 staff, eight contractors, and an approximate budget of approximately $8.5M. This is a hands-on leadership role where you will have the opportunity to engage with staff and make meaningful change in the community. The Assistant Director will bring a combination of management and community development experience. This candidate will have an ability to understand current planning and building process details, the nuances of meeting the needs of developers and the community, and interpret local, state, and federal building and zoning codes, regulations, and laws to make effective decisions. These winning technical strengths combined with the ability to communicate effectively, demonstrate emotional intelligence and political acumen, and a desire to improve the customer service experience will ensure efficient management of the day-to-day department and staff needs. If you want to shape the future of the Community Development Department and bring your innovative ideas to fruition, apply today! For complete information, click HERE . HOW TO APPLY For first consideration, apply by January 2, 2023, by completing an application and attaching your cover letter and resume at wbcpinc.com/job-board/ Save the Dates: Round one interviews will take place via Zoom on January 20th . Finalists will move forward to in-person interviews on January 27th . Selected candidates must be available for all of these dates. Questions? Please contact Marissa Sanchez, Senior Recruiter at WBCP Inc. email@example.com 559-326-8597 (direct) Closing Date/Time:
CITY OF RANCHO CORDOVA
Rancho Cordova, California, United States
THE POSITION JOIN OUR TEAM HELPING BUSINESSES THRIVE IN THE CITY OF RANCHO CORDOVA The City of Rancho Cordova has an exciting opportunity for a Management Analyst focused on initiatives and strategies designed to support Economic Development and business growth in our thriving city. In this role, you will have the opportunity to build your career by supporting our business community and helping new businesses and projects find homes in Rancho Cordova. Responsibilities include specific assignments related to business recruitment, outreach, development of market materials, research and analysis, and business retention, with direction from department professionals. As experience is gained, assignments may become more complex and project-oriented, requiring more independent work. The incumbent would require program expertise to function independently, with little direction, to recruit and retain businesses and accomplish broader economic development goals. The City of Rancho Cordova is an emerging urban center with a small-town feel. Rancho Cordova is one of the largest employment centers in the Sacramento region with a continually expanding workforce of 65,000+. The city offers competitive salaries and a robust benefit package . Of note are the city's wellness program, including an on-site fitness room and fresh fruit snacks, as well as other perks from free parking to cutting-edge technology to staff luncheons. Learn more about working for the City Rancho Cordova: The Ideal Candidate The ideal candidate will support the Economic Development Department by regularly meeting with business owners and assisting in ways that favorably influence business development, recruitment, retention and expansion efforts. The Ideal Candidate for this position will possess multiple elements of the following skills and experience: Experience working with entrepreneurs, property owners, small businesses, and large corporations. Experience with economic development activities, such as business development retention and attraction. Working knowledge of the development and building permit process. Experience conducting research regarding economic development programs, projects, and economic conditions and trends, drawing appropriate conclusions, and making appropriate recommendations for programs and activities based on the research. Experience working with workforce development programs and partners. Experience leading and supporting programs and special projects, business grants strategy, administering city grants and contracts, and collaborating with city staff and community. The ability to simultaneously provide coordination and management on a variety of complex projects and studies and work effectively and cohesively with various departments, community partners, the public, and other public organizations. Has good judgment, resourcefulness, and the ability to problem-solve, and follow projects to completion. Perform a wide variety of analytical duties with minimal supervision and analyze or diagnose difficult and complex situations. • Strong communication skills and proven ability to collaborate effectively with internal stakeholders and the business community. Be flexible and adaptable to changing priorities and interruptions throughout the workday. A desire to make a positive impact on the economic vitality of the Rancho Cordova community. Depending on the qualifications of the candidate selected, this position may be filled at one of the following 2 levels: Management Analyst I Management Analyst II Qualified candidates are encouraged to apply immediately, to be included in early application review. The City of Rancho Cordova reserves the right to close this job posting at any time. MANAGEMENT ANALYST I Annual Salary Range: $78,960 to $96,403 Summary of Requirements Bachelor's Degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in public or business administration or a related field; or an equivalent combination of education and experience sufficient to successfully perform the essential duties of the job such as those listed in the job description. Two (2) years of progressively responsible professional experience preferably in municipal government, including experience in budget, strategic planning, policy analysis, organizational development, economic development, and/or personnel. A Master's degree in one of the related fields listed above may substitute for one (1) year of work experience. Requires possession of a current valid California Class C driver's license and a satisfactory driving record as determined by the City. MANAGEMENT ANALYST II Annual Salary Range: $86,864 - $106,043 Summary of Requirements Bachelor's Degree from an accredited 4-year college or university with major course work in public or business administration, economics, finance, or a related field; or an equivalent combination of education and experience sufficient to successfully perform the essential duties of the job such as those listed in the job description . Two (2) years of progressively responsible professional experience performing duties similar to Management Analyst I with the City of Rancho Cordova. Must have advanced-level skills in MS Word, Excel, Outlook, and Powerpoint. A Master's degree in one of the related fields listed above may substitute for one (1) year of work experience. Requires possession of a current valid California Class C driver's license and a satisfactory driving record as determined by the City. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES To review complete job descriptions, including essential duties and other requirements, please click the links below: Management Analyst I Management Analyst II EMPLOYMENT STANDARDS & MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS See above. PHYSICAL WORKING CONDITIONS AND REQUIREMENTS Requires the mobility and manual dexterity to work in a standard office environment, use standard office equipment and attend off-site meetings; speech and hearing to communicate in person and by telephone; vision to read handwritten and printed materials and a computer screen; strength and agility to lift and carry items weighing up to 20 pounds. Some accommodations may be made for some physical demands for otherwise qualified individuals who require and request such accommodations. The City of Rancho Cordova is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, sex, gender, age, national origin or disability. EXEMPT EMPLOYEE BENEFIT SUMMARY CALPERS Retirement Tier 1: Employees hired prior to December 31, 2012, and "Classic Members" hired subsequently with less than a six month break in service, are provided 2.7% at 55 retirement formula. City employees pay the full 8% of their base pay toward this retirement benefit. Tier 2: Due to the Public Employees' Pension Reform Act of 2013 (Assembly Bill 340), new MISC members hired after January 1, 2013, or "Classic Members" with a break in service of more than 6 months, are eligible for the 2% @ 62 CalPERS retirement formula and are required to pay a 6.75% contribution toward the PERS benefit. (Note: the employee contribution will change as the cost of the benefit changes, since the employee is required to pay half the normal cost.) 1959 Survivor Benefit (Indexed Level) - The 1959 Survivor Benefit provides a monthly allowance to eligible survivors of members who die while actively employed. The monthly benefit payable to survivors in the Indexed Level increases by 2% eachyear. Benefit amounts as of 2021 are $758, $1,516 and $2,774 for 1, 2, or 3 eligible survivors. 457 and 401(a) Deferred Compensation Plan • City will contribute $23.08 per pay period into the 457 Deferred Compensation Plan onbehalf of the employee. • City will match up to 3% of the base salary for employees who participate in the 457 plan. City match is placed in a 401(a) plan. There is no vesting period. • Employees may also voluntarily participate in the 401(a) defined contribution retirement program; however, election must be made upon hire and is irrevocable during employment with the city. Health Insurance (medical, dental and vision) - The City offers a "cafeteria plan," which includes a monthly medical stipend the employee may apply toward premiums for medical, dental and vision. $1,930 Family level benefit $1,620 Employee+1 $950 Employee only Cash-in-lieu - If your total health, vision and/or dental premium costs are lower than $300, you may receive the difference as cash in lieu up to a total of $300.If you do not need to purchase medical, dental or visionbenefits from the City, you are eligible for a total of $300 cash in lieu per month. Medical Benefits Retiree Health - CalPERS plans made available and retiree medical contribution offered toward the cost of the plan.In 2021, the retiree medicalcontribution is $134.10 per month.The retiree medical contribution will continue to increase until it is equal to the minimum contribution required by CalPERS for the employer to pay on behalf of an employee, which will be equal in 2024. Dental - Delta Dental Deductibles $50 per person each calendar year Maximums $1,500 - $2,500 per person each calendar year Preventative services - 100% covered Basic services - 80% covered Major services - 50% covered Waiting Period(s) - None Vision - Vision Service Plan (VSP) Flexible Spending Account (FSA) Medical FSA for the plan year is $2,850 (maximum) Dependent Care FSA for the plan year is $5,000 (maximum) Universal Time Off (UTO) - vacation and sick leave combined. Universal Time Off Cash Out - Employees may cash out up to80 hours in fiscal year 21/22. Bereavement Leave - On the date of hire, employees are entitled to 24 hours of Bereavement Leave per event due to the death of a member of an employee's immediate family. Holidays - 12 Holidays per year (includes 1 floating holiday). Winter Break - Reviewed by City Manager every year. Life Insurance - $50,000 life insurance policy. Life price per $1,000 $0.115 AD&D price per $1,000 $0.026 LTD price per $100 $0.145 Long Term Disability Social Security - No Employees do not pay into and earn credit toward future benefits in Social Security, since the City offers an IRS qualifying retirement plan. Employee Assistant Plan (EAP) - Available to employee and immediate family. Includes concierge service. Wellness Program - On-site fitness room, shower and lockers, ping pong tables, access to racquetball courts, and bikes available for employee use. Tuition Reimbursement - Up to $2,500 per fiscal year. Training and Development - Promoted for each employee. Updated January 2022 Closing Date/Time: 1/4/2023 11:59 PM Pacific
City of Portland, Oregon
Portland, Oregon, United States
The Position The Office of Community & Civic Life is looking for a motivated and self-driven candidate for Livability Program Support! This position will provide general administrative support for the Livability Programs at the Office of Community & Civic Life. The Livability Programs include liquor licensing and the noise program. This is a regulatory program that helps maintain the safety of this city while supporting activities that bring people together. This position is a key support role that will be responsible for independently completing data-based projects, such a processing all annual liquor license accurately and efficiently. What you'll get to do: General administrative duties as assigned, including but not limited to: Data entry and basic research, Detail-oriented database and online data entry, Responding to inquiries both online and on the phone, Archiving, scanning, and indexing documents of various types, Perform research, outreach, and communication. As a person you are: Detail Oriented: An organizer and planner who thrives on details and is uncompromising in consistency and accuracy. Collaborative: A professional who values working with a team and taking on tasks as needed to get things done. Independent: ability to take direction and run with it. Position Details: Work Schedule: Flexible Part-time, Monday - Friday 8-5pm though some evening and weekend hours may be available if that is preferred by the candidate. Work Location: Hybrid, some requirement to be in the office. Portland Building, 1120 SW 5th Ave. Start Date: Late December 2022 or early January 2023 This is a casual Community Service Aide position limited to maximum of 1,400 hours worked in a calendar year. This position is not benefits eligible. City of Portland Core Values: Anti-racism | Communication | Collaboration | Equity | Transparency | Fiscal Responsibility These values guide our actions as we serve the community and engage our workforce. To learn more about the City's core values, please click here . Why work at the City of Portland? The City of Portland workforce serves a population of over 650,000. We are culture- and solutions-driven, viewing every challenge as an opportunity to learn, improve, and share our expertise. We are committed to removing systemic barriers to resources, access, and opportunity. The City is a believer in ALL people and continues to actively recruit and retain diverse top talent every day. We offer a comprehensive benefits package , including but not limited to medical, dental, vision, basic life, short- and long-term disability coverage to eligible employees and their families. If you are open-minded, motivated, community-focused, and self-aware, please apply yourself at the City of Portland today. COVID-19 Vaccine Requirement As of October 18, 2021, all City employees must be fully vaccinated for COVID-19. This is required for all positions at the City of Portland. Proof of being fully vaccinated is required by date of hire. You may request an exception , for health or religious reasons, from getting the COVID-19 vaccine at the time a position is offered To Qualify TO QUALIFY: The following minimum qualifications are required for this position: Ability to enter data with accuracy and attention to detail. Ability to use general office software, MS Outlook, Word, Excel, and successfully learn and utilize City-specific databases and information systems. Ability to work independently on assigned projects and successfully conduct multiple project-related activities simultaneously. Ability to communicate effectively with internal and external stakeholders, both verbally and written Applicants also must possess: • Must be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 per City/State mandate or have an approved exception by date of hire. The Recruitment Process THE RECRUITMENT PROCESS: An evaluation of each applicant's training and experience, as demonstrated in their résumé and supplemental questions weighted 100%. Do not attach materials not requested. Only candidates who meet the minimum qualifications will be placed on the equally ranked eligible list. You have 14 days from the notice of the examination results to let us know if you disagree with your results. Please read the City of Portland Administrative Rule 3.01 for complete information. Additional evaluation may be required prior to establishment of the eligible list and/or final selection. Please note: the eligible list generated from this recruitment may fill future vacancies. Recruitment T imeline Job Closes: 12/12/2022 Minimum Qualifications Reviewed: 12/5/22-12/15/22 Eligible List Established: Week of 12/12/22 Interviews Begin: late December / early January Offer: January *Timeline is approximate and subject to change. Application Instructions Applicants must submit a professional résumé and responses to the supplemental questions, specifically focused on your qualifications for this position as identified in the "To Qualify" section of this announcement in accordance with the following Application Instructions: Your résumé and responses to the supplemental questions will be the basis for our evaluation of your qualifications for this position. Incomplete or inappropriate information may result in disqualification. Your responses to the supplemental questions should include details describing your education, training and/or experience, and where obtained which clearly reflects your qualifications for each of the numbered items in the "To Qualify" section of this announcement. Your résumé should support the details described in your responses to the supplemental questions. If you are requesting Veteran's Preference, as identified below, please describe in your responses to the supplemental questions and resume any transferrable skills obtained during your military service and how they relate to each of the required minimum qualifications under the "To Qualify" section above. Please note, all completed applications for this position must be submitted no later than on the closing date and time of this recruitment. All applications must be submitted via the City's online application process. Do not attach materials not requested. E-mailed and/or faxed applications will not be accepted. Additional Information ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: Work Status: Non-citizen applicants must be authorized to work in the United States at the time of application. Veterans' Preference : If you are requesting Veterans' Preference, attach a copy of your DD214/DD215 and/or Veterans Administration letter stating your disability to your profile, as well as check the box identifying yourself as a Veteran. You must request Veterans' Preference AND include a copy of your documentation for each recruitment to which you apply. Veterans' Preference documentation must be submitted no later than 11:59 PM on the closing date of this recruitment. ADA, Pregnancy, and Religious Accommodations : If you identify as a person with a disability, are pregnant or nursing, or observe a religious practice(s), and would like to request a reasonable accommodation when applying for this job, please contact the Recruiter below for assistance. Equal Employment Opportunity : It is the policy of the City of Portland that no person shall be discriminated against based on race, religion, color, sex, marital status, family status, national origin, age, mental or physical disability, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or source of income. The City values diversity and encourages everyone who is interested in employment with the City to apply. Language Pay Differential : City of Portland employees who speak one or more languages in addition to English, may be eligible to receive a "language pay differential." This is compensation for qualifying multilingual City employees who use their language skills to assist the community. More about the language pay differential can be found here. Did you know? The City of Portland offers How to Apply Classes that are free and review best practices for applying to the City. Follow the link for the most recent list of scheduled dates: https://www.portland.gov/bhr/events. Contact Information Elizabeth Brandenburg, Recruiter Bureau of Human Resources Elizabeth.Brandenburg@portlandoregon.gov An Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer Closing Date/Time: 12/12/2022 11:59 PM Pacific
Sumter County, Florida
Sumter County, FL, USA
The Development Services Director conducts highly responsible professional, administrative, and technical work in the management and administration of all Development Services Department activities as directed by the County Administrator. The Director oversees an annual department budget of $4,876,197 and 11 staff in planning and building/ﬁre code/permitting and inspections. A fourth Planner position was recently approved and will bring the total staff to 12.
City of San Jose
United States, California, San Jose
OEDCA seeks a skilled and motivated individual to fill a key Public Information Manager position that will be responsible for planning, initiating, and managing the communications and public relations activities for the department. The position will report to the Deputy Director for Business and Economic Development and will work closely with the Director as well as senior department management to achieve the department’s targeted strategic communications goals. Approximately 80% of the position’s responsibilities will be for communicating on behalf of the Business and Economic Development Division. This position also supports communications regarding activities generated by the Office of Cultural Affairs, Real Estate, and work2future divisions. The position will focus on promoting and expanding the reach and impact of the department’s economic development and business advocacy content (e.g., blog posts, social media, website, speakers, articles, quarterly news summary reports, press releases, and OpEds), and programmatic events (e.g., conferences, ribbon cuttings, and networking events). The individual will plan the overall communications strategy that will build on the department’s existing branding to develop a messaging platform that promotes City and OEDCA programs across various media outlets including traditional and industry print publications, seminar and conference speaking opportunities, press releases, direct mail, advertising and the entire online realm of websites, blogs, wikis, social networks and related portals (e.g. Facebook, YouTube, LinkedIn, Twitter, etc.). The individual will also be responsible for the development, oversight and management of contracts with consultants and vendors providing a variety of services including strategic communications support, content and collateral production, and advertising. The individual will also be responsible for managing the sjeconomy.com website, updating information, and conducting revisions and reorganizations as needed. In serving the needs of the recovering small business ecosystem, the individual will participate in small business outreach activities, community meetings, promoting and implementing webinars and managing a blast e-mail program with 40K+ business owners as its audience. This position will also work with the Public Information Office team on emergency preparedness in the Office of the City Manager. A vital element in communicating with the small business owner audience is being able to provide language access services, ensuring that communications with this audience are conducted in Spanish, Vietnamese, and Traditional Chinese/Mandarin as well as English, utilizing paid Language Access vendors and helped by OEDCA’s in-house staff who are native speakers of these languages. Occasional evening and weekend work may be required. The essential duties of this Public Information Manager position include but are not limited to: Plan and implement public information and public education programs, including goals, objectives, guidelines, and policies and procedures. Research, develop, write, produce, and disseminate information, and coordinate effective information campaigns. Manage a variety of public outreach and community relations activities, special events, and public awareness programs. Manage the development of public information collateral materials, graphic design and production, and audio-visual production in a variety of media; manage development and maintenance of website and content; develop, implement and analyze campaigns utilizing social media platforms and relationships. Represent the department before stakeholder groups and serve as spokesperson and liaison. Promote positive relations with the public, community groups, employees, businesses, schools, and local government; work with community leaders to assure their understanding of department policies and operations. Prepare and deliver presentations on departmental programs, services, and policies. Serve as the Public Information Officer for the department, fielding and responding expeditiously to media queries by enlisting subject matter experts in the department for interviews; develop talking points to support interviews; serve as media spokesperson as needed. Counsel senior-level executives concerning public relations aspects of policies, practices, procedures, programs, actions, and trends. Interpret the City’s actions and policies to specific groups, and interpret the perceptions, opinions, and actions of specific groups to senior-level executives. Collaborate and coordinate with other governmental agencies, businesses and organizations ensuring efficient and appropriate delivery of services and programs. Prepare and deliver presentations on programs, services, and activities of the department. Research attitudes, opinions and perceptions of selected internal and external groups and disseminates information. Develop opinion surveys and analyzes results; determine target audience. Manage strategic communication projects utilizing available resources and delivering projects on time and within project budget. Per the City’s COVID-19 Mandatory Vaccination Policy, the City requires all employees starting on or after February 11, 2022 to provide proof of vaccination as a condition of employment absent a documented medical and/or religious exemption. Proof of vaccination means that employees are required to be “up-to-date” with regard to the COVID-19 vaccine. Consistent with the Santa Clara County Public Health Order issued on December 28, 2021, "up-to-date" means that employees are required to be vaccinated with the entire recommended initial series of a COVID-19 vaccine (two doses of the Pfizer, Moderna or Novavax COVID-19 vaccine or a single dose of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine ).
City of Palmdale, CA
Palmdale, California, United States
DESCRIPTION The Deputy Director of Economic and Community Development is responsible for providing professional-level support to the Director in a variety of areas. Assists in short and long-term planning, development, and administration of the Department's policies, procedures, and services. Successful performance of the work requires a professional background, as well as skills in coordinating departmental work with other City departments and public agencies. First review of applications will take place on December 15th. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS This class is distinguished from the Director of Economic and Community Development in that the latter has overall responsibility for all community development programs, functions, and activities, and for developing, implementing, and interpreting public policy. SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND EXERCISED Receives administrative direction from the Director of Economic and Community Development. This position exercises direct supervision over professional and technical staff. EXAMPLES OF ESSENTIAL DUTIES Essential and other important responsibilities and duties may include, but are not limited to, the following: Recommend and assist in the implementation of department goals, objectives, policies, and priorities; develop strategies to build a sustainable organization and meet city strategic objectives. Evaluate operations and activities of assigned responsibilities; recommend improvements and modifications; prepare various reports on operations and activities. Assist with the administration of the City's General Plan and Zoning Ordinance, Specific Plans, land use entitlements and development proposals including advanced and current planning proposals, building plan checking and permit issuance, development proposals, construction, business license and planning, business recruitment, retention and expansion, retail recruitment, foreign trade zone and civil and traffic engineering as it relates to private development activities; closely coordinate this work with input from other departments and divisions within the City. Assist and participate in the development and administration of the department's annual budget; recommend and assist with the forecast of additional funds needed for staffing, equipment, materials, and supplies; the monitoring of and approving expenditures; and implement budgetary adjustments as necessary. Assist to select, train, motivate, and direct department personnel; evaluate and review work for acceptability and conformance with department and city standards, coaches, counsels, recommends progressive discipline; responds to staff questions and concerns. Assess and monitor workload, administrative and support systems and internal reporting relationships; identify opportunities for improvement; recommend and implement changes. Assign projects and programmatic areas of responsibility; review and evaluate work methods and procedures; meet with key staff to identify and resolve problems. Direct preparation of zoning ordinances and zoning maps, and the revision of such ordinances and maps. Interpret departmental policies and governing codes and regulations to departmental employees. Make presentations to city committees, commissions, and City Council. Function as a member of the City's management team and participates actively in addressing issues of concern to the City, which at times may not have a direct impact on area of specialization. Perform related duties as assigned. EXPERIENCE & TRAINING / LICENSE AND/OR CERTIFICATE Any combination of experience and training that would provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the required knowledge and abilities would be: Experience: Seven years of professional community development or city government experience. in economic development, planning or building and safety, including three years in a supervisory or management capacity Training: A Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with major coursework in public administration, urban planning, economic development, real estate, or or a closely related field. A Master's degree preferred. LICENSE OR CERTIFICATE Possession of a valid California driver's license MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Knowledge of: Extensive knowledge of administrative principles and practices, including goal setting, program development, implementation, and evaluation, and supervision of staff, either directly or through subordinate levels of supervision. Interpret, apply and explain applicable Federal, State, and local laws, codes and regulations. Public agency budgetary, contract administration, citywide administrative practices, and general principles or risk management related to the functions of the assigned areas. City of Palmdale General Plan and Zoning Ordinance and applicable state laws regulating the same. Laws, principles, and implementation of the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA). Subdivision Map Act. Transit oriented development. Land use entitlement processes and procedures including specific plans, development agreements, Subdivision Map Act, Cortese Knox, Surface Mining and Reclamation Act. Regional planning and transportation projects affecting the City. Extensive knowledge of engineering principles, methods, and practices as applied to engineering, traffic engineering, planning and development, design and construction, and principles of building code compliance. Aesthetic and physical design concepts, demographic, environmental, economic, and social concepts as applied to municipal planning, community development, and housing. Contract negotiation and administration. Techniques for reviewing designs, plans, specifications, estimates, reports, and recommendations related to private and development public works projects. Land development, particularly as it relates to Federal, State and local laws or regulations and to City procedures affecting engineering activities. Principles and laws governing public works contract administration, land use, public safety, and land division. Practices and procedures of municipal public works and planning management. Principles of research and effective report preparation. Administration, budgeting, and personnel management. Ability to: Assist with planning, directing and coordinating the work of the Department. Help prepare and administer a department budget. Communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing. Research and prepare complex and planning reports. Represent the interests of the City with a variety of boards, committees, commissions, outside agencies, and the public. Read and interpret maps, sketches, plans, drawings, specifications, and technical manuals. Select, train, supervise and evaluate employees. Make sound and effective decisions regarding operational and personnel functions. Respond to emergency and problem situations in an effective manner. Understand, explain and apply policies and procedures. Analyze unusual situations and resolve them through application of management and engineering principles and practices. Develop comprehensive plans to meet future City needs/services. Deal constructively with conflict and develop effective resolutions. Develop new policies impacting divisional operations/procedures. Attend meetings and/or events on evenings and/or weekends. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
SANTA CLARA COUNTY, CA
San Jose, California, United States
Under supervision, to assist the Mental Health professional staff by performing a variety of support tasks involving the diagnosis and treatment of mental health clients in mental health centers, the home or community setting. Please Note: Applicants who meet the employment standards will be invited to take an online written examination tentatively scheduled for the week of December 27, 2022 - January 3, 2023. COVID-19 Risk Tier - Department-specific determination based on each specific position Learn more about Santa Clara Health System at: www.scvmc.org , https://oconnor.verity.org/OCH/ , https://stlouise.verity.org/SLRH Follow us on: Twitter I @scvmctalent Facebook I facebook.com/SCVMC LinkedIn | linkedin.com/ scvmc Typical Tasks Observes clients in individual and group settings to obtain information regarding the individual's basic mental health related needs or problems; Develops a thorough understanding of the Mental Health system of care, and how to assist appropriate individuals to access this system; Assists professional staff as needed in dealing with crisis situations; Assists professional staff as needed in the evaluation of client behavior; Reads client's case histories and intake data to become familiar with their needs, problems, and progress; Confers with professional staff members in order to evaluate client's needs and problems and to review treatment plans and client progress; Arranges for or provides transportation of clients; May see clients in their homes or in community settings; Coordinates access to benefits, medical services, independent living skills, correctional system, community resources, other regulatory agencies, housing, educational and employment services and prepares relevant documentation; Participates in case discussions at staff meetings to provide feedback regarding treatment and to suggest specific courses of actions; Identifies and organizes community members interested in mental health issues and encourages them to participate in community focused mental health planning; Serves as a resource person to consumers regarding various community programs by providing information and linkage to the programs; May speak to community groups regarding mental health problems, mental health resources, and programs and encourages their active participation and cooperation; Ensures that follow-up treatment or service is made available to clients; Assists in gathering data for program evaluation and research; Assists in the planning of new mental health programs; Participates in the instruction, orientation, and assignment of work to Community Workers; May act as interpreter in contacts involving non-English speaking residents; Attends on-the-job-training sessions; Attends appropriate staff and in-service meetings; Performs other related duties as required. Employment Standards Education or experience that directly demonstrates the ability to perform the above tasks and the possession and application of the following knowledge and abilities. Experience Note: A qualified applicant would typically acquire the necessary knowledge and abilities with training and experience equivalent to two years experience comparable to a Community Worker -PLUS- 30 semester units in Mental Health or a related field such as Behavioral or Social Sciences, Health, Probation, Alcohol & Drug, Social Work. One additional year of experience as a Community Worker dealing with mental health clients may substitute for the education. Possession of a valid California driver's license prior to appointment. Knowledge of: Basic knowledge of mental health disorders and mental health treatments; Routine rehabilitation techniques in both individual and group situations; Principles and practices of supervision; General departmental procedures and policies; Available community resources; Ability to: Work effectively with professional and other staff members; Explain detailed instructions through interaction in individual or group situations; Instruct, orient, and supervise the work of subordinate personnel; Plan programs of moderate complexity; Establish and maintain effective relationships with clients and other community residents; Record and maintain accurate records. Closing Date/Time: 12/11/2022 11:59 PM Pacific
CITY OF NORTH LAS VEGAS
North Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
The 2-week internal posting notice/period is incorporated in this job announcement This recruitment will remain open until filled, and may close without notice at any time after the initial 2-week internal posting period. After this, the posting will remain open until such a time as a sufficient pool of highly qualified applicants has been developed. Once a sufficient pool of applicants has been developed, this recruitment will close without notice. NOTE TO CURRENT EMPLOYEES: Pursuant to the Teamsters collective bargaining agreement, non-probationary employees successfully completing the qualification assessment process will be placed on an eligibility list to be used to fill vacancies in this classification for up to one hundred and twenty (120) days. Part-time/temporary employees and external candidates may apply for this recruitment. Part-time/temporary employees and external candidates who successfully complete the qualification assessment process will be placed on an external list, which may be used to fill vacancies, after the appropriate recruitment section of the collective bargaining agreement has been followed. If the vacancy is not filled through promotion by full-time employees, the next opportunity for placement will be to hire qualified part-time/temporary employees and external candidates. IMPORTANT INFORMATION! Submit a complete application - For your application to be considered, you MUST fully complete an online application, and answer ALL questions. Select "Apply for Job" at the top of this announcement and click "SUBMIT" at the end of your application. Shift work required - This position supports an operation that is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. You must be able to work any shift (days, swings, or graveyard), and any day of the week, to include weekends, holidays, and overtime. Currently, the schedule consists of 10-hour shifts and are divided into two squads with days off being Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday, or Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. Pay considerations - The starting hourly pay for this position is $20.58 (step 1). All new employees hired for this position will start at step 1 of the range, no exceptions. Existing employees will receive increases as outlined by their bargaining agreement. Background and Disqualifiers - Applicants who proceed in the selection process will be required to complete an extensive police background check. Among other items, the following are disqualifying behaviors - Any felony conviction. Any domestic violence conviction. Gross misdemeanor and misdemeanor convictions will be reviewed on a case by case basis. Although there have been recent changes to laws regarding the legal possession and consumption of marijuana, the City of North Las Vegas will continue to adhere to its professional standards and guidelines as it relates to recent and continuous use of the drug. The Role: We are looking for CIVILIAN COMMUNITY SERVICE OFFICER ; The Community Service Officer (CSO) is a non-commission civilian position with the Police Department. Primary function is to provide community service to the public by relieving patrol officers from non-violent calls for service and a variety of report calls. The CSO will respond to a myriad of calls for service within the Police Department and in the field. Under direct supervision of chain of command, this position is responsible for the performance of professional service to the public. The position will supply information, prepare police and information reports concerning civil and criminal situations. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: (Duties may include, but are not limited to, the following) Performs professional community service duties by preparing police and information reports. Responds to radio calls for service and other calls for assistance of a non-violent nature. Protects crime scene and collects evidence and information. Takes statements, prepares, and write reports. Write and read reports and other documents. Appears in court to present testimony. May assist in training new personnel as needed. Directs traffic. Receives telephone calls, walk-in reporting incidents and situations of varying levels of civil and criminal matters. Interviews persons reporting and solicits information concerning the nature of the incident to prepare appropriate report or referral. Enters information in to the computer-aided system. Receives requests from field units for additional information, locates, and relays information to field unit. May maintain and retrieve information from computer file. Maintains radio logs and files. Performs other related duties as required. MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT USED: Computer Multi-Line Telephone Cell Phone City Vehicle Mobile Radio Evidence Processing Kit Pager First Aid Kit Spotlights Alley & Overhead Lights Barrier Tape Fire Extinguisher/Agent Road Flares Portable Radios Cap Stun Blood-Borne Pathogen Kit Flashlight Photographic Equipment Rubber Gloves Skill: Type 35 accurate net words per minute. Interact with people during stressful, emotional situations. Speak clearly. Use common sense and good judgement. Physical and Mental Abilities: Minimal physical requirements: able to walk, stand on feet for long periods, climb stairs/ladders, traverse rugged terrain, bend and twist upper body, lift 50 pounds. Ability to learn and follow rules and regulations of the NLVPD and of pertinent federal, state and local laws, regulations, ordinances as applicable to the Community Service Officer. Ability to maintain satisfactory driving record. Ability to apply police science principles, practices, methods, techniques and equipment as required on assignment. Ability to make quick, sound and logical decisions in situations and be able to work under strict discipline. Ability to communicate clearly and concisely. Ability to learn and use bilingual proficiency and to establish and maintain effective working and public relations. Ability to learn proper and correct care and use of vehicles, camera, department radio, computers and other police related equipment. Listen well and retain important information. Read maps. Keep track of multiple field units. Perform multiple tasks simultaneously. Perform duties under highly emotional/stressful conditions. Qualifications and Attributes: Education and Experience: High school diploma or GED and two years full time clerical/technical public contact experience, minimum age of 18, character above reproach, must live within a 25 mile radius of the jurisdictional boundary within one year. Licenses and Certifications: Must possess a valid state driver's license and maintain satisfactory motor vehicle record with the ability to obtain appropriate Nevada state driver's license within required time frame. NCIC and NCJIS Certifications within one year of hire/reclassification. SELECTION PROCESS 1. Oral board with live exercise (Weight 100%, Passing Score 70%) 2. Background Investigation Includes an extensive background check, polygraph/CVSA examination, medical/drug screen exam. All top scoring candidates must pass the Background Investigation in order to move forward in the process. 3. Selection/Offers BACKGROUND PROCESS & PRE EMPLOYMENT REQUIREMENTS Candidates for this position are subject to pre-employment screenings and employment is contingent upon these results. Pre-employment screenings may include but are not limited to: local, state, and federal criminal history checks, and may require submission of fingerprints; drug screen; and physical examinations to include a psychological evaluation. WORKING CONDITIONS: While performing the essential functions of this job the employee is regularly required to work different shifts, days, weekends and holidays. Working conditions are typically moderately quiet, but can be loud during periods of peak activity. Work is performed both indoors and outdoors in all types of weather conditions. Regular and timely attendance is required. The City of North Las Vegas provides service 24 hours per day, seven days per week. Shift work, including nights, weekends, and holidays is required. SALARY AND BENEFITS All selected candidates will start at Step 1 with an hourly rate of $20.58. The City of North Las Vegas offers a comprehensive benefit package that includes: Comprehensive group health insurance plan Disability insurance Dental, vision, and life insurance options Vacation, Sick leave, and excellent retirement benefits Bilingual pay (testing required) Additional Information People Group: Teamster Non Supervisor Compensation Grade: TNE-13 Minimum Salary: 20.58 Maximum Salary: 32.41 Pay Basis: HOURLY
Contra Costa County, CA
Contra Costa County, California, United States
The Position Bargaining Unit: Local 21 - Supervisory Management Why join the Contra Costa County? Contra Costa County is accepting applications to fill Division Manager positions in their Community Services Bureau within the Employment and Human Services Department. Contra Costa County's Employment and Human Services Department partners with the community to deliver quality services to ensure access to resources that support, protect, and empower individuals and families to achieve self-sufficiency. Serving over 250,000 Contra Costa residents, the Workforce Services Bureau is committed to the department's core values of delivering an exceptional customer service experience, encouraging open communication, embracing change, practicing ethical behavior, and embracing diversity. We are looking for someone who is: A strong leader and able to motivate and encourage others to succeed Flexible, dependable, and able to work in a dynamic environment Committed and can manage multiple deadlines and competing interests Inquisitive and committed to continuous quality improvement and delivering results What you will typically be responsible for: Working cooperatively with stakeholders to ensure programs are administered according to program regulations and with a focus on the customers' needs. Fostering a culture of trust and accountability A few reasons you might love this job: You will work with a diverse staff that is committed to their community You will help to drive the future vision of the bureau A few challenges you might face in this job: You will work in a fast-paced environment with competing priorities and mandated deadlines You will encounter staffing issues and budget restrictions Competencies Required: Analyzing & Interpreting Data: Drawing meaning and conclusions from quantitative or qualitative data Delivering Results: Meeting organizational goals and customer expectations and making decisions that produce high-quality results by applying technical knowledge, analyzing problems, and calculating risks Innovative Problem Solving: Identifying and analyzing problems in order to propose new ways to do business Professional & Technical Expertise: Applying technical subject matter to the job Professional Integrity & Ethics: Displaying honesty, adherence to principles, and personal accountability Informing: Proactively obtaining and sharing information Building & Maintaining Relationships: Establishing rapport and maintaining mutually productive relationships Involving Others (Engaging Teams): Engaging others for input, contribution, and shared responsibility for outcomes Coaching & Developing Others: Supporting others in stretching and expanding their capabilities Leadership: Guiding and encouraging others to accomplish a common goal Valuing Diversity: Appreciating the benefits of varied backgrounds and cultures in the workplace Managing & Facilitating Change: Addressing key factors that influence successful organizational change To read the complete job description, please visit the website, www.cccounty.us/hr . The eligible list established from this recruitment may remain in effect for six (6) months. Minimum Qualifications License Required: All candidates must possess a valid California Motor Vehicle Operator's license. Out of state valid Motor Vehicle Operator's License will be accepted during the application process. Education: Possession of a Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with a major in Business or Public Administration, Social or Behavioral Sciences or a closely related field. Experience: Five (5) years of full-time working for a federally funded Head Start Program. Two (2) years of required experience must have been at the supervisory or management level. Depending on the position(s) to be filled, qualifying experience may be limited to experience directly related to the assignment as specified on the job announcement. Desirable Qualifications: Strong interpersonal skills Experience in strategic planning Mastery of computer applications for data analysis and reporting Selection Process Application Filing: All applicants must apply online at https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/contracosta and submit the information as indicated on the job announcement by the final filing date. Application Evaluation: Depending on the number of applications received, an Application Evaluation Board may be convened to evaluate and select the best-qualified candidates for invitation to the next phase of the examination. Training and Experience Evaluation: Consists of an evaluation of each candidate's relevant education, training and/or experience as presented on the application and supplemental questionnaire. (Weighted 100%) The Human Resources Department may change the examination steps noted above in accordance with the Personnel Management Regulations and accepted selection practices. For recruitment specific questions, please contact Carol Berger at firstname.lastname@example.org. For any technical issues, please contact the GovernmentJobs' applicant support team for assistance at +1 855-524-5627. COVID-19 VACCINE REQUIREMENT Contra Costa County enacted a mandatory COVID-19 vaccine requirement for employees. Proof of full vaccination will be required of all employees, including new hires. The policy requirements can be found here: https://www.cont racosta.ca.gov/DocumentCenter/View/72164/2021824-Mandatory-Vaccination-Policy-PDF?bidId= CONVICTION HISTORY After you receive a conditional job offer, you will be fingerprinted, and your fingerprints will be sent to the California Department of Justice (DOJ) and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). The resulting report of your conviction history (if any) will be used to determine whether the nature of your conviction conflicts with the specific duties and responsibilities of the job for which you have received a conditional job offer. If a conflict exists, you will be asked to present any evidence of rehabilitation that may mitigate the conflict, except when federal or state regulations bar employment in specific circumstances. Having a conviction history does not automatically preclude you from a job with Contra Costa County. If you accept a conditional job offer, the Human Resources department will contact you to schedule a fingerprinting appointment. DISASTER SERVICE WORKER All Contra Costa County employees are designated Disaster Service Workers through state and local law. Employment with the County requires the affirmation of a loyalty oath to this effect. Employees are required to complete all Disaster Service Worker-related training as assigned, and to return to work as ordered in the event of an emergency. EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY It is the policy of Contra Costa County to consider all applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, ethnicity, age, disability, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, gender expression, marital status, ancestry, medical condition, genetic information, military or veteran status, or other protected category under the law.
CITY OF FRESNO, CA
Fresno, California, United States
Position Description The City of Fresno has outstanding career opportunities for results driven and collaborative professionals who will work in partnership with organizations across the community to implement The Mayor's vision for making Fresno a more prosperous and inclusive city as an Economic Development Coordinator. The Economic Development Coordinator assists in the design of inclusive economic development strategies and programs related to business attraction, expansion and retention efforts, and related infrastructure planning and coordination. Incumbents exercise a considerable amount of independent judgment in the use of City organizational resources as well as federal, state, and local funding agencies for the purposes of managing business development activities throughout the community. Incumbents may also perform administrative project and program management, and analytical assignments. These are unclassified positions in which incumbents serve at the will of the Department Director. Please visit the department website below for additional information and to view the One Fresno Economic Development Strategy https://www.fresno.gov/economic-development/ Pay,Benefits, & Work Schedule UNIT 2 Classification - Management Confidential - Unrepresented HEALTH INSURANCE: The City contributes toward monthly premiums for PPO medical, dental and vision for employee and dependents. FLEXIBLE SPENDING ACCOUNT: IRS 125 Plan for health and dependent care expenses. DEFERRED COMPENSATION: Voluntary 457 plan with Fidelity Investments to increase your retirement savings. City contributes up to $50 per month. HOLIDAYS: Ten (10) City-observed annual holidays plus birthday and two (2) personal days. MANAGEMENT LEAVE: 60 hours per fiscal year for exempt employees. ANNUAL LEAVE: Accrue (15.5) hour per month of Annual Leave, with cash out provisions. SUPPLEMENTAL SICK: 40 hours per fiscal year. 80 hours lifetime maximum. LIFE INSURANCE: Benefit equal to annual salary; premium paid by the City. LONG-TERM DISABILITY: Benefit equal to 66.66% of monthly salary up to $7,500 per month after 30 days of disability; premium paid by the City. HEALTH REIMBURSEMENT ARRANGEMENT: To reimburse retirement medical insurance. RETIREMENT: City of Fresno Retirement Systems, one of the best funded public systems in the state. Reciprocity with other CA public agencies. Vested in Retirement benefits after 5 years of service. City employees do not participate in Social Security. DROP (Deferred Retirement Option Program): an optional, voluntary program that allows an employee to deposit retirement benefits in a special savings account within the Retirement System while continuing to work for the City of Fresno for up to 10 years. Participation minimum is age 50 and vested. Benefits includes ownership of accumulated funds, compound interest earnings, and alternative distribution options. Additional information regarding the City of Fresno benefits is available at https://www.fresno.gov/personnel/human-resources-support/#tab-1 The Requirements Applicants must meet the minimum qualifications on or before the posted filing deadline in order to qualify for further consideration: Graduation from an accredited college or university with a Bachelor's Degree in planning, public administration, business administration, architecture or closely related field; AND Three (3) years of increasingly responsible professional experience in economic development, commercial development, municipal administration, or related field. Additional qualifying experience may be substituted for the required education on a year-for-year basis. Possession of a valid California Driver's License will be required at time of appointment. Selection Process Interested and qualified applicants must submit an official City of Fresno application on-line. Applications may be submitted at www.fresno.gov/jobs. For information on how to complete an on-line application, please view "Instruction Guide" on the City's website, Personnel Services Career Opportunities page, or call (559) 621-6950 for assistance. Resumes will not be accepted in lieu of a completed employment application. After the final filing date, completed applications will be reviewed and a select group of candidates will be invited to interview. Applicants deemed to have the most relevant qualifications will be referred to the department for further consideration. Inquiries should be directed to: Melissa Bailey, Human Resources Analyst (559) 621-6950 email@example.com 2600 Fresno Street Fresno, California 93721 The Community The City of Fresno, California is located in the fertile San Joaquin Valley. From the agricultural fields on the valley floor, to the snow-capped peaks of the Sierra Nevada Mountain range, the Fresno area offers something for everyone. Residents and visitors enjoy Fresno's Mediterranean climate, allowing year-round recreational activities including sailing, snow and water skiing, fishing, backpacking, and golfing. Nestled in the heart of California, Fresno makes travel to other metropolitan areas easy, as the City is located approximately four hours north of the Los Angeles basin and three hours south of the San Francisco Bay Area. The Fresno area offers four large school districts, Fresno Unified, Central Unified, Sanger Unified, and Clovis Unified. The community is the home of California State University Fresno, as well as several other colleges and universities. With a population of approximately 545,000 residents, Fresno is the fifth-largest city in California and serves as the financial, industrial, trade, and commercial capital of the central San Joaquin Valley. The current median home price in Fresno is approximately $390,000. Fresno is a full-service charter city operating under a strong mayor form of government. There are seven Council Members. The Council appoints the City Attorney and the City Clerk. The Mayor is elected at-large and does not serve on the Council, but has veto power over certain actions taken by the City Council. The City Manager, who is appointed by The Mayor, is responsible for appointing all department heads in the City. Equal Opportunity Employer The City of Fresno is an equal opportunity employer. Should you need a special accommodation due to a qualifying disability, please contact the Personnel Service Department at (559) 621-6950. Closing Date/Time: 12/08/2022
City of Austin, TX
Austin, TX, United States
Minimum Qualifications Education and/or Equivalent Experience: Graduation with a Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in a field related to Business Administration, Public Health/Human Services, Liberal Arts, or Social Work, plus four (4) years of experience in a field related to the job, including experience in program management and/or community planning. Experience may substitute for education for up to four (4) years. Twelve (12) semester hours of relevant graduate work may substitute for six (6) months of required experience with a maximum substitution of one (1) year. Licenses and Certifications Required: None. Notes to Applicants POSITION OVERVIEW : The Community Service Program Manager position will perform the following: Develops, evaluates and plans the scope, criteria, and timelines for a variety of community program activities. Participates in short and long range planning activities for community service programs, serves as an advisor in support of department initiatives. Evaluates program effectiveness and efficiency to meet departmental business goals. Develops, maintains, and monitors program budgets; assists in the completion of budget documents for executive presentation. Develops and implements strategies through grants and alternative funding sources. Develops training materials, oversees, and facilitates training for departmental programs and initiatives. Assists in the formulation of departmental policies and operating procedures. Prepares and presents reports, oversees the design of presentation materials, including power point presentation, charts and graphs. Acts as liaison and represents the department to City Council, city departments, school districts, college universities, citizens and other stakeholders. Responds to and resolves sensitive inquiries and complaints, and issues from both internal and external sources. Conducts research and provides data results with other departments, agencies or specific groups. Reviews legislation, regulations, and policies to determine impact of research results. Responsibilities - Supervisor and/or Leadership Exercised: Responsible for the full range of supervisory activities including selection, training, evaluation, counseling, and recommendation for dismissal. ASSESSMENT A skills assessment will be required for this position. Travel If you are selected for this position, and meet the Driver Safety Standards in the City of Austin Driver Safety Program, you may drive when necessary to multiple locations as part of your regular job duties. Otherwise, you are responsible for getting to and from these locations. APPLICATION INFORMATION A detailed and complete employment application is required to help us better evaluate your qualifications and will be used to determine salary if you are selected for this position. Please list your complete employment history, to include all job duties, responsibilities and employment dates on your online application. The application is an official document; incomplete applications will not be considered (i.e., "see resume" or "see LinkedIn profile"). Resumes will not be used to qualify for the position and will not be used to recommend salary. Supplemental information or changes to your application will not be accepted after the job posting closes. The responses to the supplemental questions inquiring about experience should be reflected on your application. VETERAN Veteran candidates will be required to provide a copy of their DD214 at the time of interview. ESSENTIAL PERSONNEL This position is categorized as essential personnel. Essential personnel are required to come to work during emergencies or bad weather at the airport if they are scheduled to work and in some cases when they are not scheduled. CRIMINAL HISTORY RECORDS CHECK The top candidate will be subject to a minimum 10 year criminal background check and security threat assessment. GOOD STANDING - DEPARTMENT / DIVISION EMPLOYEES Employees, in good standing, who are candidates within the department/division that the position resides in and who meet the minimum and preferred qualifications (if any) of the position will be included in the initial interview. Department/division employees must remain in good standing through the top candidate selection phase at which time the good standing status will be re-verified. LANGUAGE Must have the ability to read, write, and fluently speak in English. SHIFT INCENTIVE Shift work includes shift differential incentive for evening and night shifts and weekends. OVERTIME Overtime may be required with or without notice. ON- CALL / CALL BACK RESPONSIBILITIES Position may require on-call or call back responsibilities. WORK HOURS Shift may change according to departmental needs; work hours may include after hours, holidays, and weekend work. DEPARTMENT MAY CLOSE THIS JOB POSTING AT ANY TIME AFTER 7 DAYS . Pay Range $30.14 - $37.68 Hours Monday - Friday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm. Hours may change depending on departmental needs. Work hours may include after-hours, holidays, and weekend work. Job Close Date 12/16/2022 Type of Posting External Department Aviation Regular/Temporary Regular Grant Funded or Pooled Position Not Applicable Category Professional Location Austin - Bergstrom International Airport Preferred Qualifications Preferred Experience: Experience facilitating public dialogues and consensus building. Experience managing contracts and relationships with third-party stakeholder engagement contractors/vendors. Bilingual (written and oral). Ability to travel to more than one work location. Duties, Functions and Responsibilities Essential duties and functions, pursuant to the Americans with Disabilities Act, may include the following. Other related duties may be assigned. Develops, evaluates and plans the scope, criteria, and timelines for a variety of community program activities. Participates in short and long range planning activities for community service programs, serves as an advisor in support of department initiatives. Evaluates program effectiveness and efficiency to meet departmental business goals. Develops, maintains, and monitors program budgets; assists in the completion of budget documents for executive presentation. Develops and implements strategies through grants and alternative funding sources. Develops training materials, oversees, and facilitates training for departmental programs and initiatives. Assists in the formulation of departmental policies and operating procedures. Prepares and presents reports, oversees the design of presentation materials, including power point presentation, charts and graphs. Acts as liaison and represents the department to City Council, city departments, school districts, college universities, citizens and other stakeholders. Responds to and resolves sensitive inquiries and complaints, and issues from both internal and external sources. Conducts research and provides data results with other departments, agencies or specific groups. Reviews legislation, regulations, and policies to determine impact of research results. Responsibilities - Supervision and/or Leadership Exercised: Responsible for the full range of supervisory activities including selection, training, evaluation, counseling, and recommendation for dismissal. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Must possess required knowledge, skills, abilities, and experience and be able to explain and demonstrate, with or without reasonable accommodations, that the essential functions of the job can be performed. Knowledge of fiscal planning and budget preparation. Knowledge of supervisory and managerial techniques and principles. Knowledge of local resources and categorical programs. Knowledge of community resources available and how to use them effectively. Knowledge of research techniques. Knowledge of municipal government operations and applicable regulations. Skill in determining needs and gathering, analyzing and presenting data to provide accurate information for management use. Skill in oral and written communication. Skill in handling multiple tasks and prioritizing. Skill in using computers and related software applications. Ability to work with frequent interruptions and changes in priorities. Ability to train others. Ability to quickly recognize and analyze irregular events. Ability to establish and maintain effective communication and working relationships with city employees and the public. Criminal Background Investigation This position has been approved for a Criminal Background Investigation. EEO/ADA City of Austin is committed to compliance with the American Disabilities Act. If you require reasonable accommodation during the application process or have a question regarding an essential job function, please call (512) 974-3210 or TTY (512) 974-2445. The City of Austin will not discriminate against any applicant or employee based on race, creed, color, national origin, sex, gender identity, age, religion, veteran status, disability, or sexual orientation. In addition, the City will not discriminate in employment decisions on the basis of an individual's AIDS , AIDS Related Complex, or HIV status; nor will the City discriminate against individuals who are perceived to be at risk of HIV infection, or who associate with individuals who are believed to be at risk. Information For City Employees: If you are an employee within the department, are in good standing and meet both the minimum and preferred qualifications, then you will receive an initial interview. Supplemental Questions Required fields are indicated with an asterisk (*). * The minimum qualifications for this position include: Graduation with a Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in a field related to Business Administration, Public Health/Human Services, Liberal Arts, or Social Work, plus four (4) years of experience in a field related to the job, including experience in program management and/or community planning. Experience may substitute for education for up to four (4) years. Twelve (12) semester hours of relevant graduate work may substitute for six (6) months of required experience with a maximum substitution of one (1) year. Do you meet these minimum qualifications? Yes No * Describe any relevant work experience you have in leading community engagement programs, including giving presentations and participating in public outreach events. (Open Ended Question) * Please describe your experience facilitating public dialogues and consensus building to identify and resolve issues between various community stakeholders. (Open Ended Question) * Are you bilingual with the ability to fluently speak and write in a second language? Yes No * Describe your experience managing contracts and relationships with third-party stakeholder engagement contractors/vendors. Indicate the position(s) listed in your application where this you achieved this experience. (Open Ended Question) * Do you have the ability to travel to multiple sites as part of the regular job duties? Yes No * The Transportation Security Administration (TSA-division of the USA Dept. of Homeland Security) requires all employees of the Austin-Bergstrom International Airport to pass a minimum 10-year criminal background investigation and security threat assessment. Do you agree to a minimum 10-year criminal background investigation and security threat assessment? Yes No Optional & Required Documents Required Documents Optional Documents
City of Bell
Bell, CA, USA
Learn more within the recruitment brochure.
SANTA CLARA COUNTY, CA
San Jose, California, United States
Under close supervision, to assist departmental professional and/or technical staff by performing a variety of support tasks and services. * * * * * * * * * * * * IMPORTANT * * * * * * * * * * * EXAMINATION DATES: Candidates who meet the employment standards will be invited to take an online written examination tentatively scheduled for the week of December 19, 2022. Qualifying candidates will be notified with examination instructions. The eligible list will be used to fill vacancies as they occur. The District Attorney's Office - Parent Project Program is seeking a Vietnamese speaking candidate who has knowledge of resources, services and programs that serve the Vietnamese population and who can establish a working relationship with Vietnamese families. The selected candidate must successfully pass a full background investigation prior to appointment. COVID-19 Risk Tier - Department-specific determination based on each specific position Typical Tasks The following typical tasks are common to positions in this class regardless of departmental assignments. Specific tasks by department are available in descriptive form. Acts as liaison with community residents and keeps professional staff informed of current community situations; Learns general departmental programs and available community resources in order to acquaint community residents with existing departmental programs; Makes appointments; Keeps simple records; Gathers data and prepares brief reports; Arranges transportation or drives residents receiving services of the department; May act as interpreter in contacts involving non-English speaking residents; Attends appropriate staff and in-service meetings; Attends on-the-job training sessions; Provides assistance and support services to community residents and professional staff either in the field or clinic; Acts as liaison with community residents; May counsel clients/patients regarding personal problems and explain to them available community resources; Confers with professional staff to assist in evaluating client needs or problems; Locates clients in the community who need the services of the department; and Performs other related duties as required. Employment Standards Possession of a valid California Drivers license prior to appointment, and the ability to qualify for a County Drivers Permit. Experience Note: The required knowledge and abilities are typically attained through six (6) months of community service experience working with community-based or non-profit organizations, which provided an opportunity to be familiar with available community resources and basic record keeping. Knowledge of: Problems, needs, attitudes, and behavior patterns of community residents; Available community resources; Basic record keeping. Ability to: Understand and follow written and oral directions; Record and maintain simple records; Read and write English; Communicate effectively and establish good relationships with community members; Establish and maintain effective working relationships with others. Closing Date/Time: 12/6/2022 11:59 PM Pacific
City of Tifton, GA
Tifton, GA, USA
The city of Tifton is seeking applications for a new City Manager. Tifton is the County Seat of Tift County with an estimated population of 17,000. Tifton has a very long and important role in the history of Georgia. It is the home of several major educational institutions, a regional medical center, and serves as a center of commerce for the region. Both the City of Tifton and Tift County are experiencing growth in both population and commerce as individuals and companies realize the great quality of life that exists in the community. Tifton is known as “The Friendly City” and works hard to continuously earn that title! The City of Tifton is a full-service municipality that operates under a Council-Manager form of government. The Mayor and Council is a five-member elected body that sets policies, enacts ordinances, approves appropriations and develops the overall vision for the city, which is then carried out under the City Manager’s direction. The position of City Manager is appointed by the Mayor and Council and is responsible for directing the daily operations of all city departments and works closely with the Mayor and Council to ensure the vision of the City’s elected officials is implemented. The manager is responsible for city employees, throughout the lifecycle of their employment. He/She also has significant responsibilities related to development of the annual budget for review and approval by the Mayor and Council. City services are provided by the Manager through 15 departments, 152 full-time employees with an operating budget of $16.1 million as well as enterprise funds (Water, Sewer, Gas, Solid Waste and Theater) and Capital Budget of approximately $12M.
Find details about the position expectations by reviewing the recruitment brochure at www.mercergroupassociates.com
The ideal candidate for the City Manager position will be an experienced, ethical and dedicated leader who can quickly gain the confidence of staff and the community. The city manager must possess the ability to build community trust through the development of partnerships with various community stakeholders and other government entities with a special focus on improving city-county working relationships. He/She will be expected to promote a vision of excellence, establish credibility and consistency in delivery of services, as well as be a creative problem solver. The new manager should be an innovative thinker who is actively involved in all sectors of the community, demonstrates a collaborative management style, values diversity, equity and inclusion and is receptive to input from the Council and citizens on key issues affecting Tifton. The ideal candidate will be an excellent communicator who values transparency of government operations, provides ongoing information to all citizens concerning delivery of services, and ensures that ordinances are uniformly enforced in the community. He/She will be an active listener who responds to citizens’ requests for service and information in a professional and timely manner. The new manager must develop a working relationship with employees that builds trust, recognizes the expertise of current staff, demands accountability for job performance, avoids micromanagement, and continuously promotes quality customer service. The manager will be proactive in recruiting and developing a workforce that values diversity and is reflective of the Tifton community. Succession planning should be an important element of the new manager’s workplan to ensure continuity of operations.
Bachelor’s degree from a four-year college or university majoring in Public Administration, Business Administration, Planning, Economic Development or related field; Master’s degree preferred;
Five (5) years of progressively responsible management experience is required; experience directing a large department, overseeing multiple departments, or managing city-wide projects especially public works, water, sewer and/or electrical utility experience highly desired; or any equivalent combination of education, training, and experience which provides the requisite knowledge, skills, and abilities for this job.
Local government management experience as a city/county manager or assistant in a similar-sized community and complexity as Tifton will be a significant advantage for a candidate seeking this position.
Evidence of continued professional development such as ICMA Credentialed Manager designation is a positive indicator of dedication to the profession and will be noted during the vetting process.
Compensation & Benefits: The expected starting salary range for this position is $130,000 - $150,000 (depending on qualifications of the selected candidate ), with a comprehensive benefits package, including health, dental, long & short-term disability and life insurance. The city pays 84% of medical premiums for employees and offers the GMEBS Defined Benefit Retirement Plan with a 10-year vesting plan (employee contribution is 3%). The city also offers generous sick and annual leave. Relocation expenses negotiable.
How to Apply: Interested candidates must submit by email a cover letter, resume, at least five job related references with email and phone numbers, as well as salary history no later than December 30, 2022: Lisa Ward, Senior Associate, Mercer Group Associates, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Any questions please call 706-983-9326.
Alan Reddish, Senior Associate, 107 Indigo Lane, Athens, GA 30606, Cell: 706-614-4961
Santa Fe Springs, CA
Santa Fe Springs, California, United States
This recruitment will remain open until a sufficient number of qualified applications have been received and may close without notice. The City of Santa of Santa Fe Springs is seeking highly-motivated individuals for the position of Community Services Program Leader III. This is an hourly/non-benefited position in the Community Services Department. Incumbent is expected to work approximately 28 hours per week on a flexible schedule including evenings, weekends, and holidays. There are openings in the following divisions: Parks and Recreation Services (PRS) Division: The Parks and Recreation Services Division is responsible for development, planning, and implementation of recreation programs and events. Programming includes youth & adult sports, day camps, teen lounge & youth development programs. Family and Human Services (FHS) Division: The Family and Human Services Division is responsible for the development, implementation, and planning of Older Adults Services, Family services, and special events which include summer concerts, Pioneer Day, Dia de los Muertos event, Holiday programs, and other cultural events. POSITION PURPOSE: Under general supervision of the Community Services Director, Division Manager, Supervisor, Coordinator or Specialist, the Community Services Program Leader III organizes, promotes, leads, instructs, and conducts a variety of programs, projects, functions and events in the Community Services Department. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS: This is the advanced journey level position within the series. Employees within this class are distinguished from the levels I and II by the performance of the more complex and specialized duties. This position also provides training and oversight for front-line staff and assists supervising staff with development and leadership of programs and services. Community Services Program Leader IIIs may be assigned to either Family & Human Services or Parks & Recreation Services Divisions. SUPERVISION RECEIVED: Receives direct supervision from Community Services Director, Division Manager, Supervisor, Coordinator or Specialist. SUPERVISION EXERCISED: This position provides functional supervision of assigned subordinate personnel. May provide supervision including instructing, training and directing Community Program Leader Is, IIs and volunteers. Examples of Duties / Knowledge & Skills A. Held in Common: Supports the Mission of the City and its Elected and Appointed Officials.Exhibits loyalty to the City and its representatives.Provides courteous and timely service to the public as the ultimate employer.Works cooperatively with other City employees and volunteers.Exhibits integrity and displays ethical behavior. B. Essential Job Specific Duties: Plans, develops, and leads the implementation of community service activities for children, teens, adults and older adults/seniors including dances, sports, contests, tournaments, games, arts & crafts, day camps, special events and programs.Provides supervision, leadership and instruction to subordinate personnel in assigned program areas.Assists with facility rentals, oversee and provide coverage to a variety of community services facilities which includes parks; set up and take down tables, chairs, and equipment, for classes, activities, events and meetings.Assists in maintaining and preparing facilities and/or parks for patron use, drop-in customers and special programs/events/activities.Assists with general office duties, including cashiering, answering phones, greeting patrons, typing, data entry, copying and filing.Identify program needs; determine, gather and prepare materials and equipment for the implementation of programs and/or activities.Develop and maintain good working relationships with parents, children, older adults and local public or private organizations and businesses which will benefit programs, activities and participants.Maintains discipline at local city facilities; responsible for day-to-day program problem solving.Monitors the proper and safe use of facilities by patrons and/or program participants.Responds to patrons' needs for assistance and information. C. Other Job Specific Duties: Assists with facility reservations, including phone and front counter contact, registering patrons for classes and programs, processing receipts and record keeping.Assists with coaching/instructing the basic and fundamental skills of football, basketball, volleyball and soccer.Assists patrons and other Community Services Department staff in routine and emergency situations including administering first aid.Attends staff meetings, trainings and workshops.Adhere to City and departmental policies and procedures.Supports and models the identified vision, values and goals of the Department of Community Services.Inspects facilities and equipment and recommends maintenance and repair work.Orders and maintains inventory of necessary supplies.Organize, promote, and lead diversified community service activities.Writes articles for City and Chamber newsletters, council briefs, and other written reports as assigned; maintains good public relations.Performs other related duties as required or assigned. Minimum qualifications & Requirements REPRESENTATIVE COMPETENCIES AND QUALIFICATIONS: The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill and ability required to satisfactorily perform the jobs essential duties and responsibilities. Knowledge of : Policies, procedures, and regulations governing the conduct and safety of persons using equipment and facilities; English grammar, punctuation, spelling and composition; recreational and cultural activities for children, youth, adults and seniors. Ability to : Exercise good judgment and problem solving skills; work independently while supervising facilities, staff and patrons; develop and maintain effective working relationships and tact, courtesy, alertness in responding to internal and external customers; operate modern office equipment including computer equipment software programs, and audio visual equipment; lead and instruct children, youth and adults in a variety of activities; follow written and oral instructions; communicate clearly and effectively with program participants, community groups, the public, City officials and staff; work with accuracy and attention to detail; effectively organize and prioritize assigned work; handle medical emergencies and injuries in a calm and effective manner, including provide basic first aid; lift up to 45 lbs.; work indoors and outdoors; work varied shifts, including nights, weekends, and holidays. EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE: The following requirements generally demonstrate possession of the minimum requisite knowledge and ability necessary to perform the duties of the position. A typical way to obtain these would be: Graduation from high school or equivalent plus two (2) years of completed college coursework is required in the areas of Communications, Education and Recreation, Physical Education or related field. Two (2) years experience in community services, recreation, physical education, education, public relations, or a related field, including two (2) years experience interacting with the public. Must be at least 18 years of age. Ability to speak and understand Spanish preferred. LICENSE OR CERTIFICATE: Possession of CPR, AED, and First Aid Certificates are required. *Certification training will be provided by the City. A valid State of California driver's license and an acceptable driving record. *Required Documentation at time of online application submission: The following documentation must be uploaded and submitted with your online application: Proof of education (degree or unofficial college transcripts) Failure to provide the required documentation will result in your application being removed from further consideration. Note: to ensure proper uploading of documents to on-line application record, it is best to reduce the file size of the electronic document before uploading. Supplemental information NEPOTISM POLICY: Relatives may be appointed regardless of the designation of full or part-time classification. Candidates with relatives employed by the City will be excluded from applying for a vacancy if one or more of the following criteria exist: 1) The appointment of a relative would place one in a supervisory capacity directly over the other 2) The appointment would create a situation in which it is conceivable personal gain for one could be obtained by the actions of the other 3) The appointment would create a situation where performance or non-performance of either would have a direct effect upon the performance of the other 4) The appointment would create a situation where the confidentiality of either could be compromised. Candidates with relatives employed by the City will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis. "Relative" shall be defined as: mother, father, son, daughter, brother, sister, grandmother, grandfather, grandchild, spouse, domestic partner, step mother, step-father, step-sister, step-brother, stepchild and step grandchild. WORKING CONDITIONS: The work environment characteristics described are representative of those an employee encounters in performing the essential functions of this job. Work is performed indoors and outdoors. Noise level is quiet to loud. Hazards are minimal. Occasional exposure to bodily fluids. Occasional exposure to chemicals, fumes, gases, and odors. PHYSICAL DEMANDS: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of the job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable employees with disabilities to perform the essential duties. Stand, sit, walk, kneel, crouch, stoop, and bend. Push, pull, and reach overhead and above shoulders. Hear and speak both in person and on the telephone. Use hands and fingers to operate office equipment. See well enough to read documents and operate office equipment. Lift and move up to 45 pounds. HOW TO APPLY: Applicants are required to complete and submit a City Application online. Resumes or faxed copies will not be accepted in lieu of the City online application. To apply, click on the "Apply" link located at the top of this page. New users must first create an account first. METHOD OFSELECTION: Selection may be based upon an application review, a performance examination and evaluation, and a structured interview. Appointment will be contingent upon a criminal record check and physical examination, including a drug screen. ACCOMMODATION: If you require special testing and/or interview accommodation due to a physical, mental, or learning disability, please call the Human Resources Office at (562) 409-7530 at least 5 days prior to the scheduled date. Non-Benefited
Sacramento County, CA
Sacramento, CA, United States
The Position This is a limited continuous filing exam. Next filing cut-offs are at 5:00 pm on : 12/2/22, 12/30/22 (final) Under general supervision, performs economic development and marketing activities of the Office of Economic Development and Marketing to ensure business retention and expansion. Examples of Knowledge and Abilities Knowledge of Economic development principles, best practices, and implementation including community and business development, real estate development, redevelopment, and local government financial incentives for business and marketing Marketing and public relations principles, strategies and methods Applicable federal, state, and local laws, codes, and regulations that affect economic growth in the County Office procedures, methods, and equipment including computers and applicable software applications such as word processing, spreadsheets, databases, and other specialized applications related to area of assignment English usage, spelling, grammar, and punctuation Ability to Develop and maintain cooperative, effective working relationships with all levels of County staff, public and private organizations, public officials, the media, and the general public Work independently, prioritize work, coordinate activities and meet critical deadlines Communicate clearly and concisely, both verbally and in writing Interpret and apply applicable federal, state, and local laws, codes, and regulations related to economic development Identify a problem, manage projects against tight timelines, and work proactively and collaboratively within teams Apply customer service skills, including the identification of customer needs and follow up to ensure customer commitments have been met Collect and compile a variety of data and information Employment Qualifications Minimum Qualifications: 1a. One year of full-time, paid, demonstrated experience, in economic development, redevelopment or community development, business assistance, commercial development, public and/or private finance or workforce development; AND 1b. A Bachelor's Degree or above from an accredited four-year college or university. A Master's Degree or other graduate degree is desirable. Note: If the word "experience" is referenced in the minimum qualifications, it means full-time paid experience unless the minimum qualification states that volunteer experience is acceptable. Part-time paid experience may be accumulated and pro-rated to meet the total experience requirements. Note: If the minimum qualifications include an educational or certificate/license requirement, applicants must submit proof of requirements with the application. Failure to submit proof of requirements may result in disqualification from the examination. Unofficial transcripts are acceptable. For guidelines on submitting acceptable proof of educational requirements, please click here or speak to someone in our office before the cut-off date listed in this notice. General Qualifications Criminal History and Background Checks: The County may access criminal history information on candidates who have accepted a conditional offer of appointment for this class consistent with the provisions of Board of Supervisors Resolution No. 82-602, Personnel Policies and Procedures, and applicable federal and state laws. The County shall not consider for employment any candidate who has been convicted of a felony or misdemeanor that relates to or impacts the candidate's ability to perform the job duties of this class unless it is determined that mitigating circumstances exist. For purposes of accessing criminal history information, the candidate will be fingerprinted. A subsequent arrest notification may be obtained. The County may also conduct a background check on the candidate prior to appointment to a position within this class. The background check may include personal and professional reference checks, credit history checks where authorized by Labor Code section 1024.5, Social Security Number verification, professional license/registration verification, military service information and driving history. Information obtained in the course of this background check will be considered by the appointing authority in the selection process. In obtaining such information, the County will comply with applicable consent and disclosure practices in the Fair Credit Reporting Act and the California Investigative Consumer Reporting Agencies Act. License Requirement: A valid California Driver License, Class C or higher, may be required at the time of appointment. Failure to obtain or maintain the appropriate California Driver License may constitute cause for personnel action in accordance with Civil Service Rules or applicable bargaining agreement. Individuals who do not meet this requirement due to disability will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis. Probationary Period: Six (6) months Application and Testing Information APPLICATION Qualified applicants are encouraged to apply immediately. All applicants must complete and submit an online County of Sacramento employment application by 5:00 PM on the posted cut-off date. Click here to apply. County of Sacramento Department of Personnel Services Employment Services Division 700 H Street, Room 4667 Sacramento, CA 95814 Phone (916) 874-5593; 7-1-1 California Relay Service Email EmployOffice@Saccounty.net Inter-Office Mail Code: 09-4667 www.SacCountyJobs.net Employment applications and all documentation requested in this announcement must be submitted by 5:00 p.m. on the cut-off date. Employment Services is not responsible for any issues or delays caused by an applicant's computer or web browser. Applicants will be automatically logged out if they have not submitted their applications and all documentation prior to 5:00 p.m. on the cut-off date. Your application should highlight all relevant education, training, and experience, and clearly indicate how you meet the minimum qualifications for the position as of the cut-off date. Application information must be current, concise and related to the requirements in this job announcement. You may only apply for this recruitment once. Duplicate and incomplete applications will be disqualified. A resume may be included with your application, however it will not substitute for the information requested on the application. SUPPLEMENTAL QUESTIONNAIRE Applicants are required to provide a full and complete response to each supplemental question. The Supplemental Questionnaire is located in the tab marked "Supplemental Questions". Please be descriptive in your response. Note: Responses of "See Resume" or "See Application", or copy and paste of work experience are not qualifying responses and will not be considered. Supplemental Questionnaires must be submitted by 5:00 p.m. on the cut-off date. Employment Services is not responsible for any issues or delays caused by an applicant's computer or web browser. Applicants will be automatically logged out if they have not submitted their applications and all documentation prior to 5:00 p.m. on the cut-off date. The supplemental questions are designed to elicit specific information regarding a candidate's experience, education, and training. Responses should be consistent with the information on your application and are subject to verification. Please provide place of employment, pertinent dates, and concise, descriptive and detailed information for each question. If a job included responsibilities applicable to several questions, separate the different functions of the job to answer all the questions completely. Resumes or referral to the application or other questionnaire responses will not be accepted in lieu of completing each question. If you have no experience, write "no experience" for the appropriate question. For many individuals, it is more efficient to develop responses to the supplemental questions in a word processing document and then paste them into the final document to be submitted. Changes or corrections to your Supplemental Questionnaire cannot be made once your application packet has been submitted. If the Supplemental Questionnaire is used in the Formula Rate exam, failure to complete all of the questions or incomplete responses will result in a lower score. While scoring the Supplemental Questionnaire, the candidate's application and/or attachments will not be reviewed , therefore, a candidate's responses to the questions should be accurate, thorough, detailed, and complete. FORMULA RATE EXAMINATION (Weighted 100%) All candidates meeting the minimum qualifications by the cut-off date will have their Supplemental Questionnaire scored in the Formula Rate Examination. This examination will evaluate the relevance, level, recency, progression and quality of candidate's education, training and experience. The candidate's application or other materials will not be included in this examination. Therefore, the candidate's responses to the supplemental questionnaire should be thorough, detailed and complete. The score from the Formula Rate Examination will determine the ranking on the eligible/employment list for this job. All candidates competing in the testing process will receive written notice of their examination results by email. Notices can also be accessed in their governmentjobs.com inbox. Applicants achieving a passing score will be placed on the eligible list in rank order. The rank is determined by the test score attained from the examination. FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS Click here for Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's) For information regarding County jobs: www.saccountyjobs.net Closing Date/Time: 12/30/2022 5:00 PM Pacific
City of Santa Rosa
Santa Rosa, CA, USA
Examples of Duties and Responsibilities
Research, develop, plan and coordinate activities of community outreach programs and projects
Provide information and referrals regarding departmental activities and services and resources available through the city or in the community
Develop and prepare written informational materials and presentations in a variety of formats
Attend community meetings and serve on committees or boards as a city department representative
Present information and educational programs to homeowners groups, schools and various civic and business organizations
Coordinate and facilitate small to large group meetings
Organize special events, dedications, and major community involvement days
Facilitate communication and resolution of problems, concerns or complaints between residents and city staff and officials
Conduct research and prepare responses to English and non-English speaking resident inquiries on a variety of needs
Identify ways to enhance service to the community
Develop and maintain positive public and community relations
Enhance community outreach and education through electronic communication and social media development and management
Prepare public service announcements and work with news media on educational campaigns
Work with various community based organizations, neighborhood groups, civic groups, service clubs, schools, youth organizations and other groups to maintain open lines of communication between the City and individuals from various racial, cultural and economic backgrounds
Participate in needs assessment analysis to identify community outreach needs
May assist with strategic and short range planning and implementation of programs and services
Collaborate with other City department staff on small to large scale projects
Prepare and monitor program budgets; assist with grants; prepare and present a variety of reports to department managers, city management, community groups, boards and commissions
Attend workshops and training to obtain current information relevant to departmental activities
Attend evening and occasional weekend meetings
County of San Mateo, CA
Redwood City, CA, United States
Description The Department of Housing is a catalyst for increasing access to high-quality affordable housing for households earning a variety of incomes, and supporting related community development activities, so that housing and robust services exist for people of all income levels and ages in San Mateo County. The Department consists of two divisions, Housing and Community Development (HCD) and the Housing Authority of the County of San Mateo. Reporting to the HCD Supervisor and HCD Housing Program Manager, the Housing and Community Development Specialist II/III position will engage in a variety of functions aimed at increasing the supply of affordable housing throughout San Mateo County and forging partnerships to address critical housing needs. A portion of the job duties will be more programmatic in nature and will require the Specialist to provide a variety of program support services including developing program objectives, preparing Notices of Funding Availability (NOFAs), evaluating project proposals and underwriting, understanding and applying HUD and other program regulations, managing the Department's role in facilitating affordable housing developments, preparing contract documents, monitoring the progress of funding recipients, and providing technical assistance to and working with community groups on housing-related issues. Other job duties will be more policy oriented and will require the Specialist to provide a variety of policy and partnership support to the Department of Housing and its interagency and private partners, nonprofit and for-profit, to support housing initiatives. The HCD Specialist's programmatic support duties may include, but are not limited to: Managing the County's relationship with and providing technical assistance to non-profit and for-profit organizations funded or seeking funding from the Department of Housing to facilitate development processes while ensuring compliance with applicable County, State and Federal requirements. Negotiating contract terms with outside vendors, consultants or organizations and monitoring and evaluating fiscal and legal liability of same. Administering home buyer and home repair programs, including underwriting for eligibility and affordability, and preparing loan documents, and contracts. Managing the assets of the Department's loans and grants portfolio and providing analysis and recommendations in response to requests to subordinate, refinance, or restructure existing DOH loans. Coordinating the funding cycles of various funding sources including but not limited to the County Affordable Housing Fund and Federal Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), HOME Investment Partnerships Act (HOME) and Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG). Assisting the Housing Manager in the process of awarding funds from the County's Affordable Housing Fund, funded largely by Measure A/K sales tax proceeds. Developing and administering housing and community development programs which support affordable new construction, acquisition of existing affordable housing, rehabilitation, and first-time home ownership. Managing a portfolio of grantees to ensure compliance with local, State and Federal regulations, including environmental reviews and prevailing wage requirements. Managing a portfolio of grantees including negotiating contracts, processing requests for payment, and reviewing quarterly and/or annual progress reports. Providing support and oversight to planning and developing large scale housing projects sponsored or co-sponsored by the San Mateo County Department of Housing. Monitoring the performance of grantees and writing performance reports as needed. Preparing written reports such as The Annual Plan and Consolidated Annual Performance Evaluation Report (CAPER). Conducting due diligence reviews on applications for community development and public services, housing grants and loans and coordinating with consultants on final staff recommendation reports. Preparing funding recommendations, memos, resolutions and other materials that will go to the Board of Supervisors. Interpreting, explaining, and directing the enforcement of all applicable standards, codes and regulations. May represent the Department of Housing at meetings of the County Board of Supervisors. Preparing detailed written reports, policies, procedures and contracts. The HCD Specialist's policy and partnership support duties may include, but are not limited to: Developing plans, objectives and implementation strategies for Department of Housing outreach, technical assistance, and partnership initiatives. Acting as representative of the Department of Housing in collaborations with community stakeholders and inter-departmental work within the County. Researching, analyzing, and summarizing data on key housing initiatives in partnership with the Department's interagency and private partners, nonprofit and for-profit. Assisting with the development of Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA) priorities, guidelines and processes. Researching, analyzing, and helping develop affordable housing policy solutions addressing County needs. Monitoring the progress of affordable housing-related collaborations and initiatives in which the Housing Department is participating and engaging in problem-solving as needed when challenges arise. Evaluating new funding programs and opportunities for the County and its partners to access these new programs. Investigating and developing new opportunities for the Department to provide support and assistance to cities, housing developers, housing advocates, and others in facilitating the creation of housing. The HCD Specialist will have primary responsibility for developing, implementing, monitoring and evaluating a variety of projects and work tasks as described above, including managing the loan-making processes for both multifamily and single-family first-time homebuyer programs. In addition, the HCD Specialist will be expected to work productively on housing-related projects and initiatives with a variety of community groups, city and county staff, and elected officials, developers, community leaders, and other diverse stakeholders. Experience in one or more of the following is highly desirable: Housing policy or housing program development and implementation. First-time homebuyer and/or home repair programs. Federal or state housing programs. Affordable housing production and finance. Urban planning development and community revitalization. The Ideal Candidate for this position will possess the following qualities/qualifications: A Bachelor's degree in a relevant field. One year of progressively advanced skills and experience with affordable housing policies and programs Strong program and project management skills. One year of progressively advanced skills and experience with CDBG/HOME programs Some familiarity with other federal and state housing finance programs such as Low-Income Housing Tax Credits (LIHTC). A basic understanding of affordable housing finance and underwriting. A basic understanding of the complexities of housing development, land use, and affordable housing financing issues. Knowledge of issues related to urban planning and equitable community development. Knowledge of programs for facilitating and subsidizing low and moderate income housing. Experience in community outreach and partnership development. A positive attitude and sense of humor. An ability to embrace change with initiative, flexibility and enthusiasm. Effective written and oral communication skills. Candidates with an advanced education degree or training in housing, housing finance, public policy, urban planning, sustainable development, or related field are strongly encouraged to apply. NOTE: The eligible list generated from this recruitment may be used to fill future extra-help, term, unclassified, and regular classified vacancies. Qualifications Education and Experience : Any combination of education and experience that would likely provide the required knowledge, skills and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to qualify is: HCD Specialist II: Two years of experience in community development project coordination, economic development, or loan application preparation and processing. HCD Specialist III: Three years of experience in a housing and community development program that has included responsibility for financing, community development, or economic development projects. Knowledge of: Programs for facilitating and subsidizing low and moderate housing. Legislative process at local, state and federal levels. Federal and state housing initiative and programs. Principles and practices of public administration, community outreach and partnership-building, and effective communication with the public. Basic land use and zoning concepts. Project planning, budgeting, scheduling, supervision and monitoring. Statistical methods and data collection, tabulation and analysis. Skill/Ability to: Manage and coordinate multiple complex projects and activities. Meet deadlines and finish work products within appropriate time frames. Prepare grant applications and performance reports. Evaluate proposals, manage project schedules, monitor compliance and progress, and evaluate performance. Negotiate scope-of-work and other individualized components of contracts. Research policies, analyze alternatives, and make concise recommendations. Identify problems and propose solutions. Express ideas effectively, orally and in writing. Compose and disseminate information to the community and general public through various media. Work effectively with the public and community groups. Make presentations to committees, special purpose groups, and the general public. Application/Examination Open and Promotional. Anyone may apply. Current County of San Mateo and County of San Mateo Superior Court of California employees with at least six months (1040 hours) of continuous service in a classified regular, probationary, SEIU or AFSCME represented extra-help, or temporary position prior to the final filing date will receive five points added to their final passing score on this examination. Responses to the supplemental questions must be submitted in addition to our regular employment application form. A resume will not be accepted as a substitute for the required employment application and supplemental questionnaire. The examination process will consist of an application screening (weight: Pass/Fail) based on the candidates' application and responses to the supplemental questions. Candidates who pass the application screening will be invited to a panel interview (weight: 100%). Depending on the number of applicants, an application appraisal of education and experience may be used in place of other examinations or further evaluation of work experience may be conducted to group applicants by level of qualification . All applicants who meet the minimum qualifications are not guaranteed advancement through any subsequent phase of the examination. All examinations will be given in San Mateo County, California and applicants must participate at their own expense. IMPORTANT : Applications for this position will only be accepted online. If you are currently on the County's website, you may click the "Apply" button. If you are not on the County's website, please go to https://jobs.smcgov.org/ to apply. Online applications must be received by the Human Resources Department before midnight on the final filing date. TENTATIVE RECRUITMENT SCHEDULE: Final Filing Date: Tuesday, December 6, 2022, 11:59 PM PST Application Screening: Week of December 12, 2022 Civil Service Panel Interview: December 28 and/or 29, 2022 The County of San Mateo may require that all employees provide proof of COVID-19 vaccine or comply with weekly COVID-19 testing. Employees hired into specified health care facilities and other high-risk settings where there is potential for frequent COVID-19 exposure to staff and highly vulnerable patients are required to provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination. For more specific information, please refer to the County's COVID-19 Vaccine and Testing Policy . At the County of San Mateo, we welcome and celebrate the diversity of our employees, and strive to create a workplace where they feel valued every day. County of San Mateo is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer. Analyst: Sedrick Dixon (11152022) (Housing and Community Development Specialist II/III - R002/R003)
SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY, CA
San Bernardino, California, United States
The Job Priority Review Deadline: Monday, November 21, 2022 Apply by this date to be considered for the first round of interviews. OUTSTANDING SALARY AND BENEFITS Total Compensation Package Up to $228,273 Annually The County offers a competitive salary up to $178,131 annually commensurate with experience -PLUS- a G enerous Benefit Package which includes: County pension, 401K, paid vacation, sick, holiday and administrative leave, employee and dependent health coverage, a nnual v ehicle and mobile device allowance totaling $14,400, and much more. 3% Annual Across the Board Salary Increases on February 2023/24/25 Bi-annual step increases of 2.5% up to Step 14 Our generous alternative Modified Benefits Option provides a wage differential of 4% above the base salary rate with modified benefits. MBO Salary Range Up to $185,256 Annually DOQ San Bernardino County seeks an expert Community Development and Housing leader to drive department activities aimed at developing and sustaining vibrant communities for low to moderate income individuals, seniors, and families, providing high-quality affordable housing; and to assist communities with capital improvement and public service projects in our County. The Director, Community Development and Housing oversees the management and operations of the HUD funded housing programs such as the HOME Investment Partnerships Program, CA COVID Rent Relief Program, the Community Development Block Grant Program, Emergency Solutions Grant Program, and other locally funded programs. The Director's responsibilities include leading a 32-member staff and overseeing a budget of $111 million. This key executive position will report to a Deputy Executive Officer for the County Administrative Office. San Bernardino County's Housing and Community Development Department is committed to "bettering people's lives and the communities they live in by strategically investing and leveraging limiting federal, state and local resources to achieve community and neighborhood revitalization." Click HERE to view our interactive digital brochure for additional details regarding the position, salary and benefits. Minimum Requirements Education - A Bachelor's degree in Business or Public Administration, Economic Development, Planning, Finance, or a closely related field. A Master's degree in one of the above disciplines is preferred. Experience - Three years of management experience, with an established record of progressively responsible managerial service in a county, municipality or similar work setting is required. The ideal candidate will have served in the capacity of a director or assistant director in a comparable organization or as a manager in smaller organization. Selection Process This is a confidential process and will be handled accordingly throughout all stages of the recruitment process. To receive consideration for this excellent opportunity, please submit a compelling cover letter, resume, and three professional refences. An electronic version of all submittals must be sent to: ExecRecruit@hr.sbcounty.gov , -or- complete the online application and upload the required documents: www.sbcounty.gov/jobs . The most highly qualified candidates will be referred to the appointing authority for further consideration. Candidates advancing in the selection process will receive further information/instructions via email. Questions regarding this position or status should be addressed to: Silvia Zayas at email@example.com, or Gina King at Gina.King@hr.sbcounty.gov Click HERE to view our interactive digital brochure for additional details regarding the position, salary and benefits. EEO/ADA: San Bernardino County is an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) and Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) compliant employer, committed to providing equal employment opportunity to all employees and applicants. ADA Accommodation: If you have a disability and require accommodations in the testing process, submit the Special Testing Accommodations Request Form within one week of a recruitment filing deadline. Veterans' Preference: Eligible veterans and their spouse or widow(er) who are not current County employees may be awarded additional Veterans' Preference points. Click here for information and instructions to request Veteran's Preference points. Please click HERE for important Applicant Information and the County Employment Process . Closing Date/Time: Continuous
Sacramento Housing & Redevelopment Agency (SHRA)
Sacramento, CA, United States
Description The Community Property Representative will provide the Housing Authority's primary interface with tenants at our various properties. Community Property Representative's may reside at the designated property and will be responsible for monitoring the property for security issues, ensuring that the property is maintained in accordance to standards, reporting and/or correcting maintenance problems, showing units, and assisting with inspections. While most of the work is done during normal business hours, this position is expected to be on call after business hours and on the weekends, and may have call out responsibilities at other properties as necessary. Essential Areas of Responsibility ESSENTIAL AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY General Property Management Collect delinquent rents Draft notices including lease violations, 3-day and 30 day notices Prepare weekly and daily reports, resident communication and move-in/move/out processes Show vacant units to perspective tenants as requested by the central office staff, secure vacant units, and provide vacancy update to central staff Document and communicate tenant complaints and requests to Regional Community Manager and Central Office Report maintenance problems as needed including submitting online maintenance requests Orient and instruct new tenants on property operations and appliance/equipment operation Assist in organizing, planning and implementing unit inspections and resident activities Maintain tenant list Enforce all property rules including parking/valid vehicle registration requirements Update signage, maintain front door entry programming and alarm system information Maintain calendars for community rooms and distribute and post notices and announcements. Respond to alarms (such as fire and nurse pull alarms) and resolve or refer emergencies to appropriate personnel and authorities Inform Regional Community Manager and Central Office staff of potential or actual tenant lease violations Establish and maintain effective and cooperative working relationships with tenant, co-workers and management Attend resident meetings and trainings as required Place recycling bins in parking lots before pick-u, and return bins after pick-up Respond to telephone calls and emails in a timely manner Provide cover for other Property Community Managers at other sites during absences Participate in the annual income certification process for existing and new residents including scheduling appointments, collecting documentation, completing, filing and scanning certification paperwork Process incoming rents in Yardi Daily and Weekly Community Upkeep Walk the full property at the start and end of each day and note any maintenance needs, hazardous conditions, graffiti, or lease violations. Report on the daily log and submit to Regional Community Manager and Central Office corrective action items May perform general light custodial work including picking up debris in common areas Ensure that property maintains attractive "curb appeal" at all times. Education & Experience Education/Experience High school diploma or general education and one year related experience in property management Property Management experience preferably consists of 50 units or more and with affordable housing (tax credit) required. Experience providing customer service/ and working with social services programs preferred Ability to communicate effectively in English both verbally and in writing Job Duties & Responsibilities As a condition of employment with SHRA, this employee will be required to complete a COVID-19 vaccination recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (including for emergency use) and provide proof of vaccination to the Human Resources Department prior to employment. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
CITY OF EL PASO, TX
El Paso, Texas, United States
Requirements MOS Code: 8I200 (Air Force), 9061 (Navy), 3044 (Marine Corps), 51C (Army) Education and Experience : A Bachelor's degree or higher in Business, Public Administration, Economics, Finance or related field, and two (2) years contract, audit or accounting experience. Licenses and Certificates : Valid Class "C" Driver License or equivalent from another state. General Purpose Under general direction, perform moderately complex level compliance reviews to ensure projects, investments, agreements and regulatory and operational processes are compliant with our policies and regulatory requirements. Typical Duties Monitor, evaluate and report on management controls to ensure compliance. Involves: Plan and conduct compliance monitoring. Investigate compliance related questions and concerns. Identify areas of improvement and issues. Prepare reports and make recommendations for corrective action to establish compliance. Assist in the development and formulation of criteria, validation, and evidence to make recommendations to improve compliance. Assist in reviewing and developing policies and procedures to ensure compliance with regulatory and internal standards. Research and analyze updates to projects, agreements, contracts, and other governing directives, policies and procedures. Assist in the annual plan of compliance reviews. Represent the department and provide administrative support on compliance issues. Involves: Review projects, agreements, contracts, and policies and procedures. Respond to requests for information. Analyze complex documents and reports. Prepare complex comprehensive documents on audits, analysis, and compliance findings. Attend meetings, City Council, professional meetings and other gatherings to represent the department. Lead meetings or conferences for assigned projects, agreements or contracts. Performs other related duties as assigned. Conduct off-site compliance reviews. Involves: Perform project compliance audits. Ensure compliance with fiscal employment, investment, and other requirements associated with projects, agreements, and/or contracts. Perform on-site compliance reviews and assessments. Present report on findings, concerns and recommendations. Supervise assigned personnel. Involves: Schedule, assign, instruct, guide and check work. Appraise employee performance. Provide for training and development. Enforce personnel rules and regulations and work behavior standards firmly and impartially. Counsel, motivate and maintain harmony. Interview applicants. Recommend hiring, termination, transfers, discipline, merit pay or other employee status changes. General Information For a complete job description click here. Please note: This is an unclassified contract position. Note: Applicants with a foreign degree must have all relevant documents translated and evaluated by a College, University, or Credentials Evaluation Services Department prior to submitting them to the Human Resources Department. Please note: Applicants are encouraged to apply immediately. This position will close once a preset number of qualified applications have been received. A résumé and/or other documents will not be accepted in lieu of a completed application. Comments such as "See résumé" are not acceptable and will result in the application being considered incomplete. To qualify for this position, required education, experience, knowledge and skills must be clearly stated on your application's employment history. We do not use any information on your resume to review if you meet the minimum qualifications for this position. Failure to fully detail all experience and job duties in the application, or copying/pasting directly from the job specification, or responses referring to your résumé will eliminate you from consideration for the position. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
City of Austin, TX
Austin, TX, United States
Minimum Qualifications Graduation with a Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in Business Administration, Public Administration, Urban Planning, Engineering, Environmental Management, Construction, Building Sciences, or in a field related to the job, plus six (6) years of related experience in a related field, including three (3) years of experience which were in a managerial capacity. Graduation with a Master's degree from an accredited college or university may substitute for experience up to a maximum of two (2) years. One (1) additional year of relevant work experience may be substituted for the required degree with a maximum of four (4) years. Licenses or Certifications: Valid Texas Class C Driver License. Notes to Applicants To view the detailed Recruitment Profile for this position, please click here. To view the City of Austin recruitment video, please click here. Working with Development Services Department provides a number of health and welfare benefits such as low-cost medical, dental, vision, paid leave time, a highly competitive retirement plan, training opportunities and more. Please click HERE for more information. Regarding Your Application: A detailed and complete Employment Application is required. A Resume and Cover Letter are required and will not be accepted in lieu of a complete online Employment Application. Verification of employment history dates on resume should match online Employment Application. Employment history dates must include month and year. This position has been approved for a Criminal Background Investigation ( CBI ). To ensure consideration, candidates should apply by November 22, 2022 . To apply, candidates must complete this online application. Interested candidates should apply early in the process for optimum consideration. This position is subject to the Texas Open Records Act. Pay Range $147,000 to $157,000 Hours Monday - Friday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM *Hours may vary depending upon business needs. Job Close Date Type of Posting External Department Development Services Regular/Temporary Regular Grant Funded or Pooled Position Not Applicable Category Professional Location 6310 Wilhelmina Delco Dr. Austin, TX 78752 Preferred Qualifications The ideal candidate will be a collaborative leader that is detail-oriented, has the ability to analyze a situation and make recommendations, and implement changes in a fast-paced department. With the ability to look beyond one's workgroup and see the big picture, the ideal candidate will also be a visionary for the department, with the ability to identify areas of opportunity and improvement. The candidate should possess excellent interpersonal skills with a strong ability to apply a social, racial, and equity lens in order to establish relationships with City staff and the community. Advanced written and verbal communication skills are imperative for this position. The following core competencies are important for this role: Exceptional Leadership - A cohesive leader with the ability to build quality interpersonal relationships throughout the City with diverse communities and populations. Communicates Effectively with an Equity Mindset - Ability to manage diversity, understand inclusion, and work with diverse communities and populations to build constructive and effective relationships, and convey and receive information. Thinks Strategically - Enables others to better understand and implement the vision and strategy, while being the aligned forward thinker, has the ability to formulate and communicate sound business strategy, and implement in a clear and concise manner. Customer Focused - Strives to deliver high-quality results and superior service that exceeds expectations while remaining mindful of the needs and perspectives of both internal and external customers. Change Management - Ability to prepare, support, and assist individuals and teams with organizational changes and adaptations. Employee Development - Ability to support employees by helping individuals pursue opportunities to improve their career growth while building trust and maintaining transparency. Duties, Functions and Responsibilities Essential duties and functions, pursuant to the Americans with Disabilities Act, may include the following. Other related duties may be assigned. Oversees the development, implementation, operations, and evaluation of programs and services that support the department's purpose. Represents the department's interest and position before State and Local governmental officials, boards, commissions, associations, and community organizations. Develops a staffing and management structure that supports the efficient delivery of programs and services. Develops and implements short- and long-range strategies, objectives, and priorities. Fosters and develops a culture of positive customer service in working relationships with key staff; division and departmental employees; other governmental organizations; and external services such as consultants, citizens, legal counsel, boards and commissions, and City Council. Responds to and resolves complex and sensitive issues and complaints both internally and externally, and provides technical expertise on matters of public concern. Assists the director in managing program and department activities. Ensures all activities are complete and in compliance with City/departmental policies and procedures; and Local, State, and Federal regulations and laws governing activities. Prepares annual reports, trend analyses, and budget estimates for City management and City Council. Responsibilities - Supervision and/or Leadership Exercised: Responsible for the full range of supervisory activities including selection, training, evaluation, counseling, and recommendation for dismissal. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Must possess required knowledge, skills, abilities, and experience and be able to explain and demonstrate, with or without reasonable accommodations, that the essential functions of the job can be performed. Knowledge of fiscal planning and budget preparation. Knowledge of the principles and practices of public administration. Skill in directing the activities of a complex and diverse organization. Skill in oral and written communications. Skill in handling multiple tasks and priorities. Skill in data analysis and problem solving. Skill in using computers and related software applications. Ability to interpret, recommend, and propose revisions to State statutes and City ordinances. Ability to consistently, effectively, and tactfully communicate with people at many levels. Ability to communicate complex, technical issues in non-technical terms to the general public. Ability to plan strategically. Ability to develop and maintain effective working relationships with City employees, the public, elected officials, and boards and commissions. Criminal Background Investigation This position has been approved for a Criminal Background Investigation. EEO/ADA City of Austin is committed to compliance with the American Disabilities Act. If you require reasonable accommodation during the application process or have a question regarding an essential job function, please call (512) 974-3210 or TTY (512) 974-2445. Information For City Employees: If you are an employee within the department, are in good standing and meet both the minimum and preferred qualifications, then you will receive an initial interview. Supplemental Questions Required fields are indicated with an asterisk (*). * The minimum qualifications for the Assistant Director, Development Services position are: Graduation with a Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in Business Administration, Public Administration, Urban Planning, Engineering, Environmental Management, Construction, Building Sciences, or in a field related to the job, plus six (6) years of related experience in a related field, including three (3) years of experience which were in a managerial capacity. Graduation with a Master's degree from an accredited college or university may substitute for experience up to a maximum of two (2) years. One (1) additional year of relevant work experience may be substituted for the required degree with a maximum of four (4) years. Do you meet these minimum qualifications? Yes No * This position requires a valid Texas Class C Driver License. Do you have a valid Texas Class C Driver license or, if selected for this position, do you the ability to acquire a valid Texas Class C Driver license by your hire date? Yes No * The City of Austin Driver Eligibility Standards require that External New Hires meet the City's Driver Record Evaluation (DRE) requisite. To be considered for a driving position, applicants cannot have more than three moving violations or a total of six Driver Record Evaluation points within a period of thirty-six (36) months. Do you meet this requirement? Yes No * If selected as top candidate, do you agree to a Criminal Background Investigation? Yes No Optional & Required Documents Required Documents Cover Letter Resume Optional Documents
SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY, CA
San Bernardino, California, United States
The Job EXPANDING THE AREA'S WORKFORCE SKILLS AND MAKING A VALUABLE DIFFERENCE The Economic Development Department is recruiting for Economic Development (ED) PSE's who are responsible for supporting the programs and staff of the Economic Development Department. The incumbent is responsible for coordinating the department's business retention and expansion program by working extensively with Workforce Development, cities, and other business partners. In additional, the incumbent will conduct site searches, site tours and special studies including permitting assistance, market and industry research and analysis; as well as representing the County at various corporate real estate events, trade shows or related events including making presentations as needed. CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT 1) Applicants must successfully pass a background check. 2) Travel throughout the County may be required. A valid California Class C driver license is required at time of appointment and maintained; employees in this class may be required to use personal vehicles and show proof of automobile liability insurance. Minimum Requirements Experience: Applicants must meet the education requirement and one of the following options: Education : Five (5) semester (10 quarter) units of completed college coursework in business or public administration, economics, finance, marketing, or relevant field. A list of coursework must be submitted with the application if a degree in the areas listed above has not been conferred. Coursework/degree must be from an accredited college or university recognized by the US Department of Education. --AND-- Option A : One (1) year experience with private organization, government agency or non-profit organization, with responsibility for assisting organizations or businesses with related ECD services. --OR-- Option B : One (1) year interpreting, applying, and explaining government regulations, policies and procedures related to economic development, business development, marketing, public relations, or commercial/industrial real estate. Desired Qualifications The ideal candidate will exemplify first-rate skills in organization, time management, written and verbal communication, interpersonal and customer service skills demonstrating competence in computer, phone, and social media. Experience in market and industry research and analysis is highly desired. Selection Process Application Procedure : To be considered for this excellent opportunity, please complete and submit the online employment application and supplemental questionnaire. Resumes will not be accepted in lieu of the application and/or supplemental questionnaire. Application Review : Apply asap as recruitment may close at anytime once a sufficient number of qualified applications are received. All communications regarding the recruitment process will be via e-mail. Applicants are encouraged to check their e-mail frequently to learn additional information regarding this recruitment. Check your Government Jobs account for notifications. Update your firewalls to allow e-mails from San Bernardino County through governmentjobs.com. Update your Spam, Junk, and Bulk settings to ensure it will not spam/block/filter communications from e-mail addresses with the following domain: "@hr.sbcounty.gov". Finally, be sure to keep your personal information updated. Taking these steps now will help ensure you receive all communications regarding this recruitment. To ensure timely and successful submission of your online application, please allow ample time to complete and submit your application before the posted filing deadline. Applicants will be automatically logged-out if they have not submitted the application and all required materials prior to the posted deadline. Once your application has been successfully submitted you will receive an onscreen confirmation and an email. We recommend that you save and/or print these for your records. Please note, if you do not receive an onscreen confirmation and an email acknowledging our receipt of your application we have not received your application. If you require technical assistance , please click HERE to review the Government Jobs online application guide , or contact their Toll-Free Applicant Support line at (855) 524-5627. Please note that Human Resources is not responsible for any issues or delays caused by the internet connection, computer or browser used to submit the application. EEO/ADA: San Bernardino County is an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) and Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) compliant employer, committed to providing equal employment opportunity to all employees and applicants. ADA Accommodation: If you have a disability and require accommodations in the testing process, submit the Special Testing Accommodations Request Form within one week of a recruitment filing deadline. Veterans' Preference: Eligible veterans and their spouse or widow(er) who are not current County employees may be awarded additional Veterans' Preference points. Click here for information and instructions to request Veteran's Preference points. Please click HERE for important Applicant Information and the County Employment Process . Closing Date/Time: Continuous
City of Brentwood, CA
City of Brentwood, California, United States
Position Information This position plays a key role as part of the City of Brentwood’s economic development team who is expected to perform work with minimum supervision and considerable independent judgment. Located in eastern Contra Costa County, Brentwood is a dynamic, fast growing, and high quality of life community. Attraction of high paying, quality employers is one of the City’s top priorities. Support of existing businesses, retail attraction, event facilitation, and downtown revitalization are also important goals. The position will support the Economic Development Manager and Assistant City Manager to implement the City’s economic development strategy. Under direction of the Economic Development Manager and Assistant City Manager, the incumbent will perform technical and administrative duties necessary to achieve economic development program goals and objectives. The ideal candidate is expected to be a self-starter and to use creativity and resourcefulness in carrying out tasks. The candidate is expected to have the skill set to utilize various data platforms, subscriptions, and tools for research and analysis purposes, and is responsible for creating and finalizing reports, communications and information packets for both the City Council, businesses and the community. Excellent organization, writing and editing skills are required with GIS or design skills being an added bonus. The Senior Analyst classification is used citywide and this position will hold a working title of Economic Development Project Lead. The current open position is located in the City Manager’s Office as part of the Economic Development team. The eligible list created from this recruitment may be used for future openings in other departments. Job Description & Duties For more information, please refer to the job description . Qualifications Education and Experience Guidelines - Any combination of education and experience that would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be: Education/Training: A Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in public administration, business administration, economics, or a related field that pertains to the scope of work. A Master's degree is desirable. Experience: Four years of increasingly responsible professional experience in a related field that pertains to the representative duties including experience related to program research, analysis, development, administration, project and program evaluation and monitoring, financing, and/or subdivision map processing depending on area of assignment. License or Certificate: Possession and maintenance of a valid California driver license. Application Process The City of Brentwood is currently accepting application packets for Senior Analyst. All required materials must be submitted by 5 p.m. on December 2 . Late and incomplete application packets will not be accepted. Your application packet must be submitted online at https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/brentwoodca? and must include: City of Brentwood Application Cover Letter Responses to all Supplemental Questions Resume Hard copies of application materials, faxes, and incomplete applications will not be accepted. Your application must be filled out online and all required documents uploaded with the application. The examination process will consist of: Review of applications for minimum qualifications for the position and to ensure all required materials have been submitted. 2. Panel Interviews tentatively scheduled for the 2nd week of December via zoom. All applicants that pass the Panel Interview will be placed on the eligible list which is good for at least 6 months and may be extended up to an additional 18 months. This eligible list will be used by the City of Brentwood to fill all current openings and may be used for future openings in this classification as long as the list is active. The following supplemental questions will be included in the application online; the candidate will be required to submit a response before submitting the application. 1. Describe your experience in economic development and/or data analysis and provide an example of your greatest accomplishment in this area. 2. Please describe an economic development or data analysis project you worked on that required coordination among departments with competing interests. What were the challenges and how did you resolve them? What was the outcome? 3. Please describe your experience in an office environment supporting management staff who may often be in the field and you are responsible for providing technical support on their behalf. DISCLAIMER: The provisions of this bulletin do not constitute a contract, expressed or implied, and any provisions contained in this bulletin may be modified or revoked without notice. Tests may consist of any combination of written, oral or other exercises or assessment procedures that test content. Components may include, but are not necessarily limited to, typing, math, reading, writing and analytical skills; problem solving ability; computer and software proficiency, or any other job-related knowledge, skill, ability or qualification. The City may, without notice, change or eliminate any particular assessment component or combination of components as needs dictate. All correspondence regarding application status, test and/or interview dates, etc. will be sent by email and available through your Government Jobs account. Please check your email folders, including your junk/spam folders and accept emails from the domain governmentjobs.com, neogov.com, or brentwoodca.gov. It is the applicant's responsibility to ensure a correct email address is provided and that all correspondence is received. The City of Brentwood is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The City of Brentwood provides a rich benefit package to regular full-time employees including CalPERS Health & Retirement. For more information on all benefits provided please visit our Benefits website. Closing Date/Time: 12/2/2022 5:00 PM Pacific
City and County of Denver
Denver, Colorado, United States
About Our Job The City and County of Denver utilizes a hybrid model workplace that balances the responsibilities of public service with the benefits of a flexible work environment. Employees work where needed, at a city site and/or in the field at least two days a week and telecommute remotely at a designated workplace within the State of Colorado the remaining days. Please apply soon, as this position will close without advance notice once wereceivea sufficient number of qualified candidates. This is a limited position with an end date of December 31, 2027, and the potential to be extended. The Denver Economic Development and Opportunity ( DEDO ) is leading an inclusive and innovative economy for all Denver residents and neighborhoods.We work to ensure the success of Denver’s economy is shared by our residents, businesses, and neighborhoods - because everyone deserves the opportunity to make a home, get a job, and build a future.DEDO’s team of 130 comprises of Workforce Services , Denver Construction Careers Program ( DCCP ), and Division of Small Business Opportunity ( DSBO ), and Business Development . DEDO’s Data and Technology team is undertaking a data and technology transformation through streamlining software, standardizing data collection, establishing data maintenance procedures, and utilizing state-of-the-art data visualization tools and analytic methodologies. The Data and Technology team is a newly created group formed to strengthen DEDO's internal systems, data practices, and analytics. These efforts will support DEDO’s ability to build an inclusive and innovative economy for all Denver residents by providing leadership and staff with access to high quality, up to date, and relevant economic and programmatic data and analytics that will drive more effective programs and policies. DEDO’s Data and Technology team is seeking a full-time Data Analyst to enhance DEDO’s ability to maintain high quality data and communicate program performance through DEDO supported software: Zengine, Zapier, Salesforce, PowerBI and ArcGIS tools (i.e. map applications, story maps, and other geospatial tools). While this role will be primarily technical in nature, the role will also require the ability to understand economic development program design and collect business requirements support both data collection/storage design and data visualizations. The main areas of focus for this role will be supporting the continued development of DEDO data tools (listed above), collection, quality control, stewardship and visualization (internal and external). This position reports to the Director of Data and Technology for DEDO. In this Data Analyst position, you will: Be the data steward for DEDO’s data. Developing data inventories, dictionaries, meta data, standards for using the data, and other maintenance and end of life data tools. Research current data science methods, continuously learn new technical skills without formal instruction, and disseminate technical information to analysts and leadership with the appropriate level of detail Support the Data Platform Manager with maintenance and development of DEDO data collection tools (Salesforce and Zengine) Develop data visualizations to support public and internal understanding around program performance (PowerBI and ArcGIS) Assist specific DEDO divisions and projects to understand their data needs Support DEDO’s public dashboards or other data visualizations’ compliance with Citywide data privacy rules. Partner with City’s Technology Services department to ensure DEDO’s public data assets comply with City data privacy rules and keep up with best practices Help create data visualizations standards for DEDO, i.e. color, design, platforms, etc. Communicate effectively with diverse audiences including technical staff, non-technical staff, staff with varying data literacy levels, and executive leaders from across the city. Utilize and master Microsoft Power BI as the City’s enterprise data visualization tool. Provide exceptional customer service and consultation on reporting and analytics projects Develop standardized process for prioritization of data visualization pipeline Support any local, state, federal, or other reporting needs for programs. Assist with annual reports describing the progress towards goals and objectives and the overall accomplishments of DEDO’s Data and Technology team Advise the Director of Data and Technology for DEDO on future resource needs (financial, personnel, and technical) Evangelize the power of data to drive groundbreaking initiatives that positively impact Denver's residents and visitors About You Our Ideal Candidate has: 1-2 years of working in PowerBI, ArcGIS Pro. Familiarity with Salesforce, Zengine and/or Zapier. Skills with APIs Strong technical knowledge of how data should be organized for visualizations and analytics. Expertise in collecting, maintaining, and cleaning data Strong collaboration and relationship building skills. Ability to work independently and as part of a team Ability to professionally interact with system-wide information technologists and end users Strong customer service skills including the ability to actively listen, address customer needs, defuse tense situations, and maintain an open, flexible, and friendly demeanor Strong communications skills to help explain solutions to technical and non-technical staff Ability to be proactive in ensuring proper availability of systems/services We recognize your time is valuable, so please do not apply unless you meet the following required minimum qualifications: Education: Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science, Information Systems, Statistics, Actuarial Science, Business Administration, or other related field Experience: Two (2) year of professional level experience with data extraction, data management and programming, and using data and reporting to answer audit questions Education/Experience Equivalency: One (1) year of the appropriate type and level of experience may be substituted for each required year of post-high school education. Additional appropriate education may be substituted for experience requirements To be considered for this position, you must include the following on your job application (upload the attachment(s) to the Resume/CV section on the My Experience tab): Resume Cover letter About Everything Else Job Profile CA3307 Data Analytics Associate To view the full job profile including position specifications, physical demands, and probationary period, click here . Position Type Limited (Fixed Term) Position Salary Range $62,488.00 - $103,105.00 Starting Pay Based on experience and education Agency Denver Economic Development & Opportunity The City and County of Denver provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, genetic information, age, or any other status protected under federal, state, and/or local law. 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CITY OF TEMECULA, CA
City of Temecula, California, United States
Position Description The City of Temecula Community Development Department is hiring a Community Development Technician II, who under general supervision, provides excellent customer service to the business community, homeowners, contractors, developers, and co-workers. The Community Development Technician II is responsible for processing and issuing building, plumbing, electrical and mechanical permits for the Building & Safety division, assisting the public by explaining permit submittal and approval requirements, and calculating and reviewing permit fee estimates. The ideal candidate will have experience working in a fast paced, dynamic environment. Candidate must be detail-oriented, organized, and be able to prioritize tasks. Candidate must be able to share work, collaborate and work cohesively with several peers in the same position as well as work independently on complex assignments. The position may be filled as Community Development Technician I or II, dependent upon candidate qualifications. DEFINITION Under general supervision, performs responsible para-professional technical duties; maintains records, coordinates permit activities with Building Inspectors, Fire Inspectors, Public Works staff and Planning staff. Calculate fees and work with Finance and Information Technology Departments. Assists the department with a wide range of tasks, including maintaining the Permitting system for calculating fees, extensive public service counter work, permit review and issuance, reviewing plans that are submitted for permits and minor planning duties. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS The Community Development Technician II is the Journey level classification in the Community Development Technician series. The employee works with general supervision and assumes responsibility for completion of assignments. The work is highly structured and requires the ability to independently and perform duties in accordance with established procedures. The Community Development Technician II is distinguished from the Community Development Technician I by the level of responsibility assumed and the complexity of duties assigned. SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND EXERCISED Community Development: General supervision is provided by the Director of Community Development or his/her designee. No supervision exercised. Examples of Duties EXAMPLES OF DUTIES (all assignments) : Duties may include, but are not limited to, the following: Performs tasks related to plan review processing and tracking, including maintenance of consultant records and accounts Provides information and responds to public inquiries and complaints at the public counter and on the telephone; provides assistance to the public, City staff and other governmental agencies Performs research and assists in production of reports; provides staff assistance for permit research and documentation; provides permit application materials to the public Inputs and tracks projects permit tracking software Maintains records and performs various administrative functions; provides application materials to the public and checks submitted materials to ensure acceptability for processing Creates and administers plan check files; prepares and organizes plans, permits and records for duplication and/or filing, as needed; routes plans to applicable reviewer and/or departments; assists with filing various documents Prepares and writes a variety of reports and documentation, including detailed Risk Management incident reports Performs other duties of a similar nature Community Development Duties: Issues building, plumbing, electrical and mechanical permits; assists public by explaining permit submittal and approval requirements Performs minor building plan checks for compliance with established policies and International/California Building Code Standards Calculates and reviews permit fee estimates; calculates development impact fees; coordinates deferred submittals Coordinates plan review and permit approvals with Building Inspectors and Planning staff, other City departments and outside agencies; review building plans prior to plan checking, as needed Minimum Qualifications EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE High School Diploma or equivalent; and two (2) years of professional experience in the development processing field, preferably in a municipal government environment. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES Knowledge of: Permitting software Collecting fees and monitoring fee schedules Principles and procedures of record keeping and reporting Research and report writing practices, including the use of statistics Principles and practices of customer service Occupational hazards and safety measures appropriate to work performed Community Development Knowledge of: Building and zoning codes and ordinances General Plan, city or urban planning concepts, processes and terminology, and application; zoning and land use concepts and terminology Skill to: Operate various types of standard office equipment, including a personal computer and related software Operate a motor vehicle in a safe manner Ability to: Interpret and explain drawings, maps, specifications, legal descriptions, policies and ordinances; accurately read site plans Calculate fees based upon the City’s codes, ordinances and fee schedules Perform basic arithmetical calculations with accuracy Maintain accurate records and files Retrieve and summarize numerical and statistical data Plan, organize, and prioritize projects and tasks to meet deadlines Communicate clearly and effectively, both orally and in writing; prepare comprehensive written reports Use proper English, spelling, grammar and punctuation Establish and maintain courteous, cooperative, and effective working relationships with those encountered in the course of work Use initiative and sound independent judgment within established guidelines Serve as emergency services worker in the event of an emergency LICENSES AND/OR CERTIFICATES Possession of a valid California Class C driver’s license and an acceptable driving record. ICC Permit Technician Certification. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS Satisfactory results from a background investigation and administrative screening. The administrative screening may include a pre-employment drug screening for positions which are designated as safety sensitive or security sensitive, including but not limited to being responsible for the care and custody of children and operating heavy equipment. Supplemental Information WORKING CONDITIONS & PHYSICAL DEMANDS : The physical and mental demands described here are representative of those that must be met by employees to successfully perform the essential functions of this class. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand and sit; talk or hear both in person and by telephone; use hands to finger, handle, feel or operate equipment needed to carry out duties of the position; and reach with hands and arms. The employee frequently stands or walks, and lifts and moves records and documents or objects weighing up to 50 pounds alone, and up to 100 pounds with assistance. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, color vision, and the ability to adjust focus. The employee is regularly required to use written and oral communication skills; read and interpret data; use math and mathematical reasoning; analyze and solve problems; learn and apply new information; perform highly detailed work on multiple, concurrent tasks; meet intensive and changing deadlines and interact with City staff, customers, vendors, contractors, and the public. The employee typically works in office conditions; the noise level is frequently quiet or moderately quiet, at or below 50 decibels. The employee occasionally works outdoors when conducting site inspections where construction and traffic noise can be above 70 decibels. This recruitment will establish an eligibility list which may be used to fill future vacancies in the same classification or below in the same classification series for both project and authorized positions. PLEASE NOTE: If you are a CalPERS annuitant, please be advised that this position does not meet the statutory criteria for post-retirement employment because the incumbent will be performing regular staff duties for an undetermined duration. Employment in this capacity would require you to rescind your retirement and reinstate as a current member of CalPERS. SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION : Flexibly Staffed: No FLSA Status: Non-exempt Conflict of Interest: Not Required Department: Community Development Bonding Required: No Benefit Summary for Full-Time Represented Employees Full-time represented employees enjoy a generous allotment of $1,800 per month to purchase a variety of benefit options detailed below. City Contributions The City provides a Health Flex Contribution (HFC) of $600 per month that may be used for enrollment in the City’s health, dental, or vision insurance, or a health flexible spending account. Any unused portion of the HFC will be forfeited. A Cafeteria Allotment of $1,200 per month may be used to pay premiums for health, dental, vision, mandatory group life and disability insurance, and health or dependent care flexible spending accounts. Any unused cafeteria allotment will be paid to the employee as taxable income. Health Insurance The City’s health plans are administered by CalPERS. We offer a variety of health plans, including HMOs and PPOs. Dental Insurance Dental coverage is offered through MetLife. Employees have the option of HMO or PPO plans with rich benefits at competitive rates. Vision Insurance EyeMed provides the City’s vision plan. In addition to extensive coverage at a low rate, EyeMed partners with service providers and retailers throughout the region. Life and AD&D Insurance All City employees are required to enroll in a basic life and AD&D group policy in the amount of $50,000. Additional life insurance is also available for employees and their family members. Short- and Long-Term Disability All City employees are required to enroll in short- and long-term disability insurance. This insurance pays 2/3 of the employee’s wages if the employee is off work due to an illness or injury outside of work. Flexible Spending Accounts The flexible spending accounts provided by the City allow you to pay for certain health and dependent care expenses with pre-tax dollars. Supplemental Plans Supplemental plans through Aflac can help you bridge the gap in your existing health insurance. Plans include Accident Indemnity, Hospital Indemnity and Critical Illness Protection. Retirement Authorized employees are enrolled in the California Public Employees Retirement System ( CalPERS ). The City offers the followingretirement plans depending upon eligibility: Classic Tier 1 Members: This category applies to employees hired by the City of Temecula before 9/24/11. The retirement formula is 2.7% @ 55 with an 8% employee contribution; however, the City pays 5% of the employee's contribution. Classic Tier 2: This category applies to employees hired by the City of Temecula on or after 9/24/11, and are considered "classic"CalPERSMembers . The retirement formula is 2% @ 60 with a 7% employee contribution; however, the City pays 4% of the employee's contribution. PEPRA Members: This category applies to employees who are hired by the City of Temecula after 1/1/13 and are new to CalPERS membership. The retirement formula is 2% @ 60 with a 7.25% employee contribution. Deferred Compensation Plans The City partners with both MissionSquare and Nationwide Retirement Solutions to provide you with additional options to fund your retirement. Comprehensive Annual Leave (CAL) The City encourages work/life balance. We offer paid Comprehensive Annual Leave (CAL) that can be used for rest and relaxation, personal business or personal/family illness. Holidays City employees receive a total of 13 paid holidays each calendar year. This includes 12 observed holidays and one floating holiday each year. Bonding Leave The City believes bonding with a new child is vitally important for families. Employees are provided up to eight weeks of bonding leave for the purpose of bonding with their child in connection with birth, adoption, or foster care placement. Bonding leave is paid at the rate of 2/3 of the employee’s base salary and may be used for up to one year following the birth, adoption or foster care placement. Tuition Reimbursement The City offers Tuition Reimbursement of up to $1,500 per fiscal year for job related education or training that will benefit the employee in their position. ComputerLoan Program After one full year of employment, the City provides employees with an interest-free loan of up to $2,000 to purchase a personal computer, iPad, or similar "computer tablet" device. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
City of Concord, CA
Concord, CA, US
Job Characteristics ***OPEN & PROMOTIONAL JOB OPPORTUNITY*** Community Service Officer - Detention The City of Concord's Police Department is currently seeking customer-service oriented individuals who enjoy working in a highly productive yet fast-paced environment to serve as their next Community Service Officer in Detention. The Police Department: The members of the Concord Police Department are dedicated to providing the highest quality police services in order to enhance community safety, protect life and property, and reduce crime and the fear of crime. To do this, we pledge to develop a partnership with the community, lead a community commitment to resolve problems, and improve the safety and quality of life in our city. What you will be doing in this role: Community Service Officers are an integral part of the Police Department, performing various routine law enforcement-related tasks that do not require the authority of a sworn police officer, thus ensuring the availability of sworn police officers to conduct more critical patrol activities. This current opening in the Police Department is an excellent opportunity for a motivated individual seeking variety and challenge in an area of law enforcement which does not involve criminal enforcement activity such as making arrests or serving warrants. In the Detention program, Community Service Officers s earch prisoners; take fingerprints and photographs; collect evidence; complete booking records; house, feed, and care for prisoners in custody; transport prisoners to County jail facilities; escort prisoners to court; and complete the processing of all statutorily and court mandated registrants. We are looking for someone who: Can assess situations accurately, make quick decisions, and use sound judgement Has excellent oral and written communication skills and can establish rapport and trust with community members and other employees Can multi-task and quickly prioritize needs Can work both independently and in a collaborative team environment and take instruction well Is flexible and can adapt to any situation Has cultural sensitivity and situational awareness Embraces and embodies the City's Mission, Vision and Values . EXCELLENT BENEFITS PACKAGE This position is represented by the Teamsters Union and receives an excellent benefits package, including but not limited to: $2.00/hour shift differential for night shift and $2.50/hour for grave shift $120/month bilingual pay for qualifying languages Generous contributions to health, dental and vision plans Employer paid life insurance and contributions to retirement plans Fully paid tuition reimbursement program Employer paid Employee Assistance Program and robust peer support program SELECTION PROCESS 1. Submit a completed City of Concord application and respond to the required supplemental questions online at www.cityofconcord.org. Only application materials submitted online during the filing period will be accepted. 2. All qualified applications and supplemental responses will be competitively evaluated, and only those candidates demonstrating the strongest qualifications for the position will be invited to participate in a virtual panel interview. If you are selected to participate in the virtual panel interview and are unavailable, we regret that we will not be able to reschedule you. 3. Candidates that pass the panel interview will be placed on the hiring list, based on rank, for further consideration to fill the current regular vacancy, as well as others occurring over the next 12 months. IMPORTANT : Contact with candidates will primarily be via email. Make sure you list a current email that you check regularly on your application. If you have any specific questions regarding the recruitment and selection process, please contact the Human Resources Department at (925) 671-3308. Purpose Performs a variety of technical support tasks in the Police Department relating to police reports, evidence packaging, storage and security, equipment and supplies, field office assistance, vehicle abatement and civilian officer tasks relating to the operation of jail facilities. Performs related and other work as required all within the context of the City's Mission of providing responsive, cost effective, and innovative local government services through a collaborative effort with the community to make the City a city of the highest quality. Equipment, Methods & Guidelines Typically includes, computer terminals and peripheral equipment, telephone and calculator. May include intoxilyzer, fingerprint analyzing chemicals and equipment. May use telephone, calculator, video recording equipment, camera, pepper spray, taser gun, handcuffs, two-way radios, police vehicles, motor scooter and appropriate self-defense tactics. Reference materials include rules, regulations, policies, schedules and violation codes as contained in City and Police Department intranet databases, rules, regulations, policies, schedules, and codes as contained in City reference documents and manuals; and regulations as contained in State reference documents. May also use violation reference material such as penal codes, vehicle codes, and criminal codes. Working Conditions Incumbents typically wear uniforms but are unarmed. Work includes either inside or outside work. May include extended sitting, exposure to variable weather, physical confrontation and verbal abuse as well as exposure to chemicals obtained as evidence. Also includes performing physical searches of criminal suspects. May be subject to evening, weekend, holiday shifts, and rotational assignments. Incumbents work varying schedules which may include eight- or ten-hour shifts. Depending on assignment, may include pressure generated by deadlines, volume of work, frequent interruptions, and peak workload periods. Physical Demands Emphasizes speech, hearing, and vision. Also includes lifting light to moderate lifting (up to 50 lbs.), carrying, pushing, pulling, balancing, stooping, and crawling. Some assignments may emphasize ability to successfully employ self-defense tactics. Supervisory Guidance Received/Given Supervision received consists of written and oral instructions intended to provide administrative support and control, to detail objectives to potential problems and to prescribe general methods for achieving objectives. Examples of duties include, but are not limited to May include, but are not limited to: In general, for all assignments: Operates computer keyboard to make entries, update, correct or access information on file; keeps a variety of detailed logs, files and reports specific to assigned areas. Utilizes police department data systems including the EZ-Writer, C.M.S. and e-mail. Compiles data from information on file. Monitors office supplies and maintains designated levels. May train and orient new employees or interns/cadets in the work unit; may schedule and oversee activities of assigned interns. May be rotated or assigned activities of other Community Service Officers and may be assigned activities of other personnel for relief purposes. May provide liaison between the department and local, State and Federal law enforcement agencies. Keeps current on law/regulations relating to assigned area. May respond to questions and concerns about assigned areas from the public and other departments or agencies. Builds and maintains positive working relationships with co-workers, City employees and the public using principals of good customer service. Promotes the City's Mission to make Concord a city of the highest quality by providing responsive, cost-effective, and innovative government services; understands and subscribes to the Vision and Values Statement adopted by the City Community Service Desk/ Field Office Answers multiple telephone lines; responds to a wide variety of questions from the public in person and over the telephone; directs callers to appropriate location or party including outside agencies, admits authorized persons into the department and takes messages. Receives, classifies and records various complaints from the public. Monitors departmental security by television cameras. Releases towed or stored vehicles according to guidelines. Keeps abreast of current departmental press releases. Provides support with information retention as it relates to contacts and police reports received at the various community policing field offices. Equipment and Supplies Obtains, verifies and prioritizes supply requests from all divisions within the department; sends verified requests to Finance Department. Coordinates requests for large items with Budget Analyst. Maintains inventory control of all police equipment, including police vehicles, office supplies, forms and miscellaneous items. Coordinates maintenance of equipment and supplies; maintains DMV registration of all non-patrol police vehicles. Administers alarm ordinance for businesses; maintains records of alarms and responses; contacts and resolves problems with business owners. Property Receives and maintains security and control of all property seized as evidence or held for safekeeping; classifies items according to guidelines. Arranges for release to various authorized parties and disposal of property as authorized within established guidelines. May transport evidence to County lab facilities for appropriate testing. Ensures the timely and proper notification of owners. Maintains a clean and orderly property storage facility. Traffic Patrols streets in an assigned area to cite illegally parked vehicles and coordinates the citing and towing of abandoned, illegally parked and/or registered vehicles on private property and public streets. Informs public of status of activities associated with abandoned and illegally parked vehicles; mails registered letters to legal owners. Releases vehicles to owners according to guidelines. Operates and monitors a radio transmitter maintaining contact with supervisors and to inform departmental supervisors and dispatch centers of any circumstances requiring police or emergency assistance. Operates motor vehicle(s) with standard or automatic transmission including vans and three-wheeled vehicles. Checks on current license information; confiscates driver's license if it has been suspended or revoked. Coordinates disposition of vehicles according to guidelines. Field Office Processes various complaints from the public. Conducts parking enforcement and coordinates the citing/towing of vehicles. Contributes to public presentations (e.g. Business Watch, Merchant Alert program meetings, Neighborhood Watch). Attends monthly meetings with Todos Santos Business Association and attends Farmers Market events. Coordinates the preparation and distribution of community and business brochures, flyers and newsletters relative to program correspondence. Assists merchants with security surveys and provides recommendations for security-related enhancements. Detention Searches prisoners; takes fingerprints, photographs, collects evidence, and completes booking records. Lists personal property; ensures the security of personal property of those in custody. Houses, feeds, and cares for prisoners in custody. Administers first aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation as necessary. Transports prisoners to County jail facilities; escorts prisoners to court. Conducts and monitors breath tests for blood alcohol content. Maintains inventory of and issues Preliminary Alcohol Screening (PAS) devices. Completes and documents court ordered bookings. Completes the processing of all statutorily and court mandated registrants. May testify in court. For relief purposes, may be assigned activities of other personnel. Performs other work as assigned. Records Uses various department and/or criminal justice manuals and computer systems to access, input, and/or retrieve information. Processes, tracks, and retrieves documents that include, but not limited to, reports, subpoenas, citations, warrants, and criminal histories. Prepares and retrieves necessary information for requests made by the police department, the District Attorney's Office, and the public. These may include adult felony and misdemeanor filing packets, investigative requests used in discovery, and Public Records Act requests. Completes Department of Justice validations and audits, and submits monthly crime data to their reporting unit. Provides assistance in sealing juvenile and adult criminal records. Performs a variety of clerical duties that may include word processing, reception, proofreading, research, record keeping, billing, and filing. Conducts weekly audits on outstanding reports and documents. Performs other work as assigned. Qualifications Knowledge and Abilities Working knowledge of modern office procedures and practices, of correct punctuation, spelling and grammatical usage, together with a good vocabulary. Working knowledge of filing, indexing and cross-referencing methods and of effective public contact methods. Ability to prepare and maintain accurate records and reports; to make simple arithmetical calculations; to learn and effectively explain the policies and procedures pertaining to the work; to do both complex and routine clerical work; to work effectively under pressure and with frequent interruptions; to exercise good judgment in making decisions according to existing laws, regulations and policies; to understand and carry out oral and written instructions and to establish and maintain cooperative and effective relationships with those contacted in the course of work; to learn and effectively explain the policies and procedures pertaining to the work Ability to act quickly in emergencies, to apply self-defense techniques, to complete State mandated training courses for specific assignments; to complete taser gun, pepper spray, and weaponless defense training, and to obtain first aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation certificates. Education/Experience Any combination equivalent to experience and education that would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities would be qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be: Education: Completion of the twelfth grade or the equivalent. When assigned Detention duties, completion of or on-going participation in course work associated with Penal Code Section 832 is required. Experience: Two years of related work experience, including public contact and preferably including experience in a law enforcement or related agency. Other Assignments involving the operation of vehicles require a California Driver's License and a satisfactory driving record as a condition of initial and continued employment. For certain assignments, a related POST approved course is desirable. Closing Date/Time: 12/5/2022 11:59 PM Pacific
City of Dublin, CA
Dublin, CA, USA
Assistant Community Development Director
City of Dublin, CA
The City of Dublin is situated approximately 35 miles east of San Francisco and 30 miles northeast of Silicon Valley in the San Francisco Bay Area. Dublin has long been known as the “crossroads” of the Bay Area as it sits at the intersection of two major highways, Interstates 580 and 680. The City of Dublin along with the cities of Pleasanton, Livermore, San Ramon, and Danville comprise the region known as the Tri-Valley area. The City is also served by the Dublin/Pleasanton and the West Dublin/Pleasanton BART Stations.
Dublin has emerged as a lively, thoughtfully planned community with a population of nearly 73,000 residents and a land area of 15.23 sq mi. Home to a mix of quality housing, a broad range of retail and commercial entities, and two pedestrian-oriented transit districts, the City is poised for continued prosperity.
The City seeks a veteran planning professional with a broad depth of planning and housing experience and high ethical standards.
Reporting directly to the Community Development Director, the Assistant Community Development Director has direct oversight and supervisory responsibility of the Department’s Planning and Housing Divisions. The two divisions are staffed with eight full time employees not including assigned support staff. The Department also utilizes contract services to assist with special projects, plans, and studies. The Assistant Community Development Director serves as Secretary, or staff liaison, to the Planning Commission and sets the Commission’s meeting agenda.
A combination of education and experience for this position include five years of increasingly responsible full-time experience in a municipal community development department and two years of administrative management and/or supervisory experience. A Bachelor’s Degree in Urban Planning, Business or Public Administration, or related field is required. A Master’s degree in a related field and AICP credential is preferred.
The City of Dublin offers an excellent salary and benefits package. The annual salary range for this position is $153,312 to $191,640, DOQ. CalPERS 2.7% @ 55 formula applies for Classic Members.
To apply for this exciting career opportunity, we invite you to visit our website:
Peckham & McKenney
Please do not hesitate to contact Carl Cahill toll-free at (866) 912-1919, cell (650) 504-3515 or firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions regarding this position or recruitment process. Resumes will be acknowledged with two business days.
Filing Deadline: December 4, 2022
CITY OF WEATHERFORD TEXAS
Weatherford, Texas, United States
The City of Weatherford’s Economic Development Department is looking to hire an Economic Development Coordinator. This position will be responsible for achieving the City’s economic development goals and strategies through research, customer relationship, and project proposal/coordination. If you think you’d be a good fit, we would like to hear from you. Roles & Responsibilities Include: Prepares and maintains economic development statistics, information, demographics, workforce, and real estate; identifies development opportunities. Answers internal and external inquiries regarding economic development; responds to economic development RFIs and RFPs . Develops and coordinates economic development activities and serves as a liaison with external agencies and other City departments. Meets with developers and potential clients to discuss site selection, incentives, and city expectations. Reviews contracts and inventive agreements for accuracy and completeness. Participates in economic development meetings and keeps notes and minutes; represents the city at business and or community gatherings. Qualifications • Bachelor's degree in Public Relations, Marketing/Communications, Business Administration, or any related field. • Three years of economic development experience, preferably in government. • Must be able to obtain OUEDI or equivalent certification within four years of employment. Miscellaneous Information The City of Weatherford is a strong, progressive community of over 38,000 citizens, enjoying our small town feel with our big city amenities just outside of the Fort Worth Metroplex. We are expanding our team to continue our commitment and pride in our Strong Community philosophy as well as our inclusiveness and diversity. Closing Date/Time: Open Until Filled
Oakland, California, United States
Ride BART to a satisfying career that lets you both: 1) make a difference to Bay Area residents, and 2) enjoy excellent pay, benefits and employment stability. BART is looking for people who like to be challenged, work in a fast paced environment, and have a passion for connecting riders to work, school and other places they need to go. BART offers a competitive salary, comprehensive health benefits, paid time off, and the CalPERS retirement program. Conditions of Employment All San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit District (BART) employees are required to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 as a condition of employment. You will be required to show proof of your completed COVID-19 vaccination prior to receiving a final offer, unless you receive a COVID-19 Vaccination reasonable accommodation due to a medical condition or a religious exemption due to an approved sincerely held religious belief that prohibits you from receiving a vaccine. BART will review requests for a reasonable accommodation or religious exemption on a case-by-case basis. Documentation may be required. For questions, please contact BART Human Resources, Leave Management at HRDP@bart.gov . Department BART Police Department is a progressive agency and has been on the forefront - and in some cases the model approach to training in the areas of fair and impartial policing, bias-based policing, crisis intervention, cultural competence training, and de-escalation training. The mission of the BART Police Department is to ensure a safe environment within our transit system, reduce crime through a highly visible police presence, and proactive enforcement of the law, and to promote public confidence by working in partnership with our stakeholders and the communities we serve. Pay and Benefits BART offers comprehensive compensation and benefits programs. Benefits include CalPERS pension; excellent medical (effective January 1, 2022 current employee cost $157.35 monthly for most plans), vision, and dental coverage; supplemental insurances; paid holidays and vacation; as well as two investment programs, one of which is entirely funded by BART. BART does not participate in Social Security. Complimentary BART passes for employee and qualifying dependents. Pay Rate This is a BART Police Officers' Association (BPOA) represented position. $28.75/ Hourly (Step 1) - $35.32/ Hourly (Step 5) BPOA Hourly Note: All external candidates will start at Step 1. Posted Date October 31, 2022 Closing Date January 15, 2023 or upon the receipt of 500 applications whichever comes first. Update: This posting will close on January 1, 2023. Reports To Police Sergeant or a Police Civilian Supervisor Days Off As assigned. Must be willing to work various shifts, weekends, holidays and overtime. Who May Apply All current BART employees and qualified individuals who are not yet BART employees. Current Assignment ** This announcement will be used to establish a pool of eligible candidates for vacancies that may occur within the next twelve (12) months. Under general supervision of police management, provides technical assistance to police personnel involved in safety and community service activities throughout the District. The work duties and responsibilities include issuing citations and warnings for parking violations, staffing a zone command office booth, patrolling parking facilities and assigned areas, and conducting surveys and special studies. Performs related duties as assigned. Essential Job Functions Issues citations and/or warnings for parking, standing or stopping violations; marks and authorizes the towing of unoccupied vehicles; researches and conducts inventories of unoccupied vehicles; operates parking control machines and examines parking control machine records. Monitors closed-circuit television; conducts periodic patrol sweeps of parking facilities and structures on foot or by vehicle. Answers questions and responds to complaints and requests for services and referrals from the public, other agencies and District departments; processes parking applications and permits. Directs traffic as needed; patrols assigned area and operates two-way radio; operates a motor (gasoline or battery powered) vehicle. Assists in crime prevention presentations; advises patrons and community organizations on crimeprevention programs. Conducts surveys and inspections; conducts research studies, compiles statistics and analyzes data. Responds to non-hazardous criminal complaints, such as vandalism, petty theft and auto burglary; prepares designated crime reports at the direction of a patrol sergeant; compiles completed incident reports for records processing and makes follow-up contacts by telephone, letter, teletype or in person; retrieves and deposits lost, found and stolen property; testifies at legal proceedings. Maintains crowd control at the direction of a Sergeant during emergencies, special events or other gatherings, interprets and applies Police Department policies and procedures. Deals effectively with hostile and uncooperative people; reports situations requiring police or emergency assistance to a Sergeant or police dispatch. Provides office administrative support to the functional areas in the Police Department, such as the Detective Unit, Evidence, Crime prevention, Warrant Processing Unit, Communications Section, Traffic Unit, and the training and Human Resources Unit. Coordinates vehicle maintenance and repair by District shop personnel. QUALIFICATIONS Knowledge of: Methods and techniques of dealing effectively with the public in routine and emergency circumstances Basic law enforcement organization, activities, terminology, rules, and procedures Local parking rules and regulations Skill in: Developing and maintaining effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of the work Understanding and carrying out oral and written directions Maintaining accurate records Preparing accurate, clear and concise written reports Using initiative and sound judgment within established guidelines Remaining calm in emergency situations and providing clear, concise and understandable verbal direction and information Minimum Qualifications Education: Possession of a High School diploma, GED or recognized equivalent. Experience: One (1) year of (full-time equivalent) verifiable work experience which primarily involved interfacing with the public in a customer or community service or volunteer setting. Other Requirements: Must be physically able to walk up to one mile per day and stand for long periods of time. Nature of duties involves exposure to inclement weather. Must possess a valid California driver’s license and have a satisfactory driving record. Must be able to work various shifts, weekends, holidays, and overtime. WORKING CONDITIONS Environmental Conditions: Office environment: exposure to computer screens Field environment; exposure to heat, cold and inclement weather conditions. Physical Conditions: Requires maintaining good physical condition necessary for walking, standing or sitting for prolonged periods of time. Selection Process This position is represented by BART Police Officers Association Employees (BPOA). Applications will be screened to assure that minimum qualifications are met. Those applicants who meet minimum qualifications will then be referred to the hiring department for the completion of further selection processes. The selection process for this position may include a skills/performance demonstration, a written examination, and/or an individual or panel interview. Candidates must pass each phase to move on to the next phase of the selection process. Phase 1: Written Test Phase 2: Oral Panel Interview Phase 3: Background Investigation (Inclusive of medical, psychological, and polygraph exams if applicable) ** PLEASE NOTE that the entire selection process may take 6 months up to (1) year. ** The successful candidate must have an employment history demonstrating reliability and dependability; provide copies of certificates, diplomas or other documents as required by law, including those establishing his/her right to work in the U. S.; pass a pre-employment medical examination which includes a drug and alcohol screen, and which is specific to the essential job functions and requirements. Pre-employment processing will also include a background check and successful completion of a polygraph exam. (Does not apply to current full-time District employees unless specific job requires additional evaluations) The selection process for this position will be in accordance with the applicable collective bargaining agreement. Candidates who are unsuccessful in the selection process can reapply for future openings at a later date. Application Process External applicants may only apply online, at www.bart.gov/jobs. Applicants needing assistance with the online application process may receive additional information by calling (510) 464-6112. Current employees are strongly encouraged to apply online, either at www.bart.gov/jobs, or on WebBART. Current employees may also apply using a BART paper application by delivering the completed form to the Human Resources Department, or by mailing it to P. O. Box 12688, Oakland, CA 94604-2688. All applicants are asked to complete the application in full, indicating dates of employment, all positions held, hours worked, and a full description of duties. On line applicants are invited to electronically attach a resume to the application form to provide supplemental information, but should not consider the resume a substitute for the application form itself. Applications must be complete by the closing date and time listed on the job announcement. Equal Employment Opportunity The San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit District is an equal opportunity employer. Applicants shall not be discriminated against because of race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age (40 and above), religion, national origin (including language use restrictions), disability (mental and physical, including HIV and AIDS), ancestry, marital status, military status, veteran status, medical condition (cancer/genetic characteristics and information), or any protected category prohibited by local, state or federal laws. The BART Human Resources Department will make reasonable efforts in the examination process to accommodate persons with disabilities or for religious reasons. Please advise the Human Resources Department of any special needs in advance of the examination by emailing at least 5 days before your examination date at email@example.com . Qualified veterans may be eligible to obtain additional veteran's credit in the selection process for this recruitment (effective Jan. 1, 2013). To obtain the credit, veterans must attach to the application a DD214 discharge document or proof of disability and complete/submit the Veteran's Preference Application no later than the closing date of the posting. For more information about this credit please go to the Veteran's Preference Policy and Application link at www.bart.gov/jobs. Other Information Please be prepared to present documentation in support of any required licenses, degrees, or certifications upon request. Note that a job posting may be cancelled at any time. Note When you have successfully applied for this position you will receive an auto reply e-mail acknowledging that your application was received for this position. Please retain a copy of the e-mail for your records. If you receive an auto reply that does not specifically reference this position, please email Employment Help at firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance. To verify submission of your application, click on the 'My Career Tools' link at the top of the 'Careers Home Page' after submitting your application to view the list of applications you have submitted (including application date and status). If you have further questions, please email the Employment Help at email@example.com , between the hours of 8:15am - 5:00pm, Monday- Friday.
City of Long Beach, CA
Long Beach, CA, United States
DESCRIPTION EXTENDED Applications are available online beginning Friday, August 19, through 4:30 PM, Friday, December 2, 2022. The City of Long Beach requires all employees to be vaccinated against COVID-19 prior to their first day of employment unless a medical or religious accommodation is approved by the City of Long Beach's Human Resources Department. SALARY INFORMATION: Grade I - $1,695.76 to $2,314.96 Bi-Weekly Grade II - $1,839.68 to -$2,489.28 Bi-Weekly EXAMPLES OF DUTIES Under supervision, performs non-sworn, service-oriented duties related to law enforcement. Responds to non-emergency calls for service including, but not limited to, home/auto burglaries, non-injury traffic collisions, parking violations, and noise complaints, utilizing a department vehicle; prepares the crime, incident and traffic collision reports not requiring the expertise of a sworn officer; operates a variety of office equipment including two-way radio, computer systems, and telephone; provides information to residents and visitors including; but not limited to, Police Department procedures and crime reporting protocols; maintains records and prepares routine reports; may enforce parking control ordinances; may testify and present evidence in court and performs other related duties as required. REQUIREMENTS TO FILE One (1) year of paid, full-time equivalent experience involving a substantial amount of public contact requiring tact and discretion in dealing with others; or one (1) year of education in criminal justice, social service, or closely related field from an accredited college or university may be substituted for the required experience. *Proof of required documents, such as degree or transcripts, must be uploaded to the online application at the time of filing. Any proofs submitted must contain either the applicant's name or other identifying characteristic on the form. Degrees must indicate the field of study and transcripts must indicate field of study and degree conferred date. Candidates who possess degrees from colleges or universities from outside the United States must attach proof of educational equivalence at the time of filing. Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities Candidates must possess all of the following abilities: Ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing; Ability to deal tactfully with the public; Ability to read and comprehend written material; Ability to organize tasks simultaneously; Ability to interpret and apply policies, procedures, and laws pertinent to the position; and Ability to operate office equipment including computer equipment, specialized software applications/programs, and assigned equipment. Willingness to work an irregular schedule, including nights, weekends, overtime, and/or holidays may be required for some positions. Positions in the Police Department require the ability to pass a thorough background investigation. A valid driver's license must be submitted to the hiring department at the time of the selection. SELECTION PROCEDURE EXAMINATION WEIGHTS: Application and Supplemental Application............................................. Qualifying Written Exam.......................................................................................... 100% A minimum rating of 70 must be attained in order to pass the examination. Certification by score bands will be considered based on analysis of exam results. The resulting eligible list will remain in effect for at least one year. Screening of applicants will be conducted on the basis of application and required supplemental application submitted. Only those candidates showing the strongest backgrounds on the basis of comparative analysis will be invited to the examination process.If you have not received notification of the status of your application within two weeks of close of filing, please contact the Civil Service Department at (562) 570-6202. In support of the City's Language Access Policy, bilingual skills (Spanish, Khmer, and/or Tagalog) are desirable for some positions interacting with the public. The City of Long Beach is committed to creating a workplace where every employee is valued for who they are. Having our workforce reflect the diversity of our community at various levels of the organization is a continuous goal embraced by our departments, management staff, and policymakers. To support efforts of fairness and diversity, City Leadership is committed to incorporating equity and inclusion into our work by supporting staff and community partners. We are committed to promoting transparency by publishing updated demographic information for employees, including workforce diversity data and pay by race and gender. This information is available in an alternative format by request at (562) 570-6202. If special accommodation is desired, please contact the Civil Service Department two (2) business days prior to the test at (562) 570-6202. For hearing impaired, call (562) 570-6638. An Equal Opportunity Employer. J.O.B. H61AN-22 MC:CSA 08/17/2022Closing Date/Time: 12/2/2022 4:30 PM Pacific
City of Prescott
Prescott, AZ, US
ANNOUNCEMENT OF EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY CDBG/Development Services Program Grants Coordinator Community Development Pay Grade: 111 Pay Range: $23.65 to $35.48 FLSA Status: Exempt Deadline to Apply: Open until filled Position Summary: Provides program and project coordination for the Community Development Department including administrative support to the Planning and Building Divisions as well as relevant City boards and commissions; directs, coordinates, and administers Community Development Block Grant Program (CDBG) entitlement grant functions. Distinguishing Characteristics: This position has supervisory responsibilities. Under supervision, this job class is expected to exercise independent judgment, initiative, decision-making, and autonomy in the disposition of daily activities. Essential Duties: Manages the City's CDBG entitlement grant program; coordinates and staffs program's advisory committee; oversees applications and grant awards; submits City's reports to HUD; drafts annual plan; manages budget and allocations; and interprets federal regulations on program expenditures Determines eligibility for a variety of grant proposals. Performs professional work involving grant coordination and administration, funding research and analysis, proposal preparation, report preparation, and compliance monitoring. Coordinates incoming planning and zoning projects for City review and approval; assists applicants through the application process; monitors project review; follows up on changes; and assures final approval or denial Coordinates the Planning and Zoning Commission, Board of Adjustment, Advisory and Appeals Board, and Heritage Preservation Commission; works with various City departmental staff to administer the public approval process. Provides support for designated Boards and Commissions, including preparation of agendas and meeting minutes. Maintains working knowledge of and follows parliamentary procedures in coordination of boards and commissions. Meets public notice advertising, posting, and deadline requirements, as well as manages all public hearing related processes and documentation. Initiates and processes environmental reviews and may include work with water quality, water sheds and other environmental impacts. Provides administrative support to the Department, including day-to-day operations, accounts payable, and assistance in budget preparation and staff training. Manages accounts payable, travel, purchasing and assists with budgeting. Comprehends and makes inferences from legal and administrative written materials. Analyzes and compiles information and prepares written and oral reports Performs other duties as assigned. Qualifications: Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in Accounting, Finance, Business Administration. or related field; two (2) years of responsible experience in federal grant administration, program development, public administration, or a related field; or any equivalent combination of experience and training which provides the knowledge and abilities necessary to perform the work. Knowledge, Skills, and Other Characteristics: Knowledge of CDBG entitlement processes, applications, administration, and reporting requirements. Knowledge of federal and state grants availability, audit requirements, principles and procedures of grants, project development, and administration. Knowledge of principles and practices of public administration and of local government structure and services. Knowledge of program development, operations, budgeting, and programs evaluation. Knowledge of federal, state, and City of Prescott rules, regulations, policies, procedures, codes, and ordinances. Knowledge of parliamentary procedures in coordination of boards and commissions. Knowledge of theory, principles, practices, and methods of grant administration. Skill in communicating, both verbally and in writing. Skill in making arithmetical calculations rapidly and accurately. Skill in communicating, both individually and in group situations. Skill in using personal computers and established Department software. Skill in utilizing public relations techniques in responding to inquiries and complaints. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with state/federal/local officials, elected officials, and City residents. Ability to determine eligibility for a variety of grant proposals. Ability to coordinate and participate in the preparation of grant compliance reports. Ability to comprehend and make inferences from legal and administrative written materials. Ability to analyze and compile information. Ability to work independently. Ability to comprehend and follow oral and written instructions. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with supervisors, co-workers, the public, government officials, boards and commissions, etc. Physical and Visual Ability: Sufficient to effectively and safely perform required duties and to safely operate required office equipment and City vehicle as needed. Hearing and Speaking Ability: Sufficient to clearly, concisely and effectively communicate in person and over the radio and telephone. Successful candidate will receive a post-offer, pre-employment background screening to include: Drug screening Motor vehicle records check Criminal background screening City of Prescott Contact Information 201 S. Cortez St. Prescott, AZ 86303 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.prescott-az.gov Phone: 928-777-1347 / Fax: 928-777-1213 Major Benefits For Full-Time Regular Employees: Paid time off; ten paid holidays and one floating holiday per year; employee and/or family health and life insurance; short term and long term disability; Arizona State Retirement and Social Security contributions; other optional benefits such as deferred compensation plans and additional life insurance. PROBATION: Each employee must satisfactorily serve an established probationary period. NOTE: When advised, reasonable accommodations will be made in order for an "otherwise qualified applicant" with a disability to participate in any phase of the selection process. In accordance with A.R.S. 23 - 493, this position has been identified as "Safety Sensitive". The City of Prescott is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer.
Sacramento County, CA
Sacramento, CA, United States
The Position There is an additional 3.35% Management Differential which is added to the posted salary for this class. To learn more about this incredible opportunity, including salary and benefits, please review the full recruitment brochure via the below link: Director of Economic Development Recruitment Brochure The filing deadline is at 5:00 pm on Monday, January 9, 2023. To be considered for this exciting opportunity, please apply by January 9, 2023 . This recruitment will remain open until the position is filled. If you have questions and for additional information about this position or the recruitment process, please contact Candice Mabra, Human Resources Manager, via phone at 916/874-1681 or via email at MabraC@saccounty.gov . The County of Sacramento is An Equal Opportunity Employer Examples of Knowledge and Abilities Knowledge Of: Economic development principles, practices, and implementation including community and business development, real estate development, redevelopment, and local government financial incentives for business and marketing Marketing and public relations principles, strategies and methods Principles and practices of management and organizational theory, including planning, organizational design, business finance, business development, project management, and organizational effectiveness Principles and practices of supervision, discipline, leadership, mentoring, and training Applicable federal, state, and local laws, codes, and regulations Operational characteristics, services, and activities of economic development, marketing and neighborhood services programs and functions Business, community and neighborhood outreach and processes Office procedures, methods, and equipment including computers and applicable software applications such as word processing, spreadsheets, databases, and other specialized applications related to area of assignment English usage, spelling, grammar, and punctuation Ability To: Select, supervise, train, and evaluate staff Plan, coordinate, assign, and review the work of subordinate staff Investigate and resolve disciplinary issues Work independently, prioritize work, coordinate activities and meet critical deadlines Develop, monitor and interpret budgets and other financial documents Plan, organize, and establish marketing goals, objectives, and priorities Develop and maintain cooperative, effective working relationships with all levels of County staff, public and private organizations, public officials, the media and the general public Plan, manage, and complete complex work assignments Communicate clearly and concisely, both verbally and in writing Interpret and apply applicable federal, state, and local laws, codes, and regulations related to economic development Apply customer service skills, including the identification of customer needs and follow up to ensure customer commitments have been met Influence and persuade others to accept a particular viewpoint or follow a particular course of action Interpret and summarize a variety of data and information Exercise discretion and maintain confidentiality of information Employment Qualifications Minimum Qualifications: 1a. A Bachelor's Degree or above from an accredited four-year college or university. A Master's Degree is desirable. AND 1b. Seven years of full-time, paid experience, two years of which must be at the supervisor level or higher, engaged in real estate development, urban or regional planning, or economic development. Note: If the word "experience" is referenced in the minimum qualifications, it means full-time paid experience unless the minimum qualification states that volunteer experience is acceptable. Part-time paid experience may be accumulated and pro-rated to meet the total experience requirements. Note: If the minimum qualifications include an educational or certificate/license requirement, applicants must submit proof of requirements with the application. Failure to submit proof of requirements may result in disqualification from the examination. Unofficial transcripts are acceptable. For guidelines on submitting acceptable proof of educational requirements, please click here or speak to someone in our office before the cut-off date listed in this notice. GENERAL QUALIFICATIONS Criminal History and Background Checks: The County may access criminal history information on candidates who have accepted a conditional offer of appointment for this class consistent with the provisions of Board of Supervisors Resolution No. 82-602, Personnel Policies and Procedures B-5, and applicable federal and state laws. The County shall not consider for employment any candidate who has been convicted of a felony or misdemeanor that relates to or impacts the candidate's ability to perform the job duties of this class unless it is determined that mitigating circumstances exist. For purposes of accessing criminal history information, the candidate will be fingerprinted. A subsequent arrest notification may be obtained. The County may also conduct a background check on the candidate prior to appointment to a position within this class. The background check may include personal and professional reference checks, credit history checks where authorized by Labor Code section 1024.5, Social Security Number verification, professional license/registration verification, military service information and driving history. Information obtained in the course of this background check will be considered by the appointing authority in the selection process. In obtaining such information, the County will comply with applicable consent and disclosure practices in the Fair Credit Reporting Act and the California Investigative Consumer Reporting Agencies Act. License Requirement: A valid California Driver License, Class C or higher, may be required at the time of appointment. Failure to obtain or maintain the appropriate California Driver License may constitute cause for personnel action in accordance with Civil Service Rules or applicable bargaining agreement. Individuals who do not meet this requirement due to disability will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis. Probationary Period The probationary period for this classification is twelve (12) months. Application and Testing Information APPLICATION Qualified applicants are encouraged to apply immediately. All applicants must complete and submit an online County of Sacramento employment application by 5:00 PM on the posted cut-off date. Click here to apply. County of Sacramento Department of Personnel Services Employment Services Division 700 H Street, Room 4667 Sacramento, CA 95814 Phone (916) 874-5593; 7-1-1 California Relay Service Email EmployOffice@Saccounty.net Inter-Office Mail Code: 09-4667 www.SacCountyJobs.net Employment applications and all documentation requested in this announcement must be submitted by 5:00 p.m. on the cut-off date. Employment Services is not responsible for any issues or delays caused by an applicant's computer or web browser. Applicants will be automatically logged out if they have not submitted their applications and all documentation prior to 5:00 p.m. on the cut-off date. Your application should highlight all relevant education, training, and experience, and clearly indicate how you meet the minimum qualifications for the position as of the cut-off date. Application information must be current, concise and related to the requirements in this job announcement. You may only apply for this recruitment once. Duplicate and incomplete applications will be disqualified. A resume may be included with your application, however it will not substitute for the information requested on the application. SUPPLEMENTAL QUESTIONNAIRE Applicants are required to provide a full and complete response to each supplemental question. The Supplemental Questionnaire is located in the tab marked "Supplemental Questions". Please be descriptive in your response. Note: Responses of "See Resume" or "See Application", or copy and paste of work experience are not qualifying responses and will not be considered. Supplemental Questionnaires must be submitted by 5:00 p.m. on the cut-off date. Employment Services is not responsible for any issues or delays caused by an applicant's computer or web browser. Applicants will be automatically logged out if they have not submitted their applications and all documentation prior to 5:00 p.m. on the cut-off date. The supplemental questions are designed to elicit specific information regarding a candidate's experience, education, and training. Responses should be consistent with the information on your application and are subject to verification. Please provide place of employment, pertinent dates, and concise, descriptive and detailed information for each question. If a job included responsibilities applicable to several questions, separate the different functions of the job to answer all the questions completely. Resumes or referral to the application or other questionnaire responses will not be accepted in lieu of completing each question. If you have no experience, write "no experience" for the appropriate question. For many individuals, it is more efficient to develop responses to the supplemental questions in a word processing document and then paste them into the final document to be submitted. Changes or corrections to your Supplemental Questionnaire cannot be made once your application packet has been submitted. If the Supplemental Questionnaire is used in the Formula Rate exam, failure to complete all of the questions or incomplete responses will result in a lower score. While scoring the Supplemental Questionnaire, the candidate's application and/or attachments will not be reviewed , therefore, a candidate's responses to the questions should be accurate, thorough, detailed, and complete. FORMULA RATE EXAMINATION (Weighted 100%) All candidates meeting the minimum qualifications by the cut-off date will have their Supplemental Questionnaire scored in the Formula Rate Examination. This examination will evaluate the relevance, level, recency, progression and quality of candidate's education, training and experience. The candidate's application or other materials will not be included in this examination. Therefore, the candidate's responses to the supplemental questionnaire should be thorough, detailed and complete. The score from the Formula Rate Examination will determine the ranking on the eligible/employment list for this job. All candidates competing in the testing process will receive written notice of their examination results by email. Notices can also be accessed in their governmentjobs.com inbox. Applicants achieving a passing score will be placed on the eligible list in rank order. The rank is determined by the test score attained from the examination. FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS Click here for Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's) For information regarding County jobs: www.saccountyjobs.net Closing Date/Time:
Santa Fe Springs, CA
Santa Fe Springs, California, United States
This recruitment will remain open until a sufficient number of qualified applications have been received and may close without notice. The City of Santa Fe Springs seeks applicants for the position of Community Services Program Leader I. This is an hourly/non-benefited at-will position. Incumbents are expected to be available to work approximately 20-25 hours per week, including evenings, weekends, and holidays. Vacancies exist in the following divisions of the Community Services Department: Parks and Recreation Services (PRS) Division: The Parks and Recreation Services Division of the Community Services Department is responsible for development, planning, and implementation of recreation programs and events. Year-round programming includes youth & adult sports, teen lounge & youth development programs, park programs, facility rentals, support services, and special events. Incumbents may be placed in one or more of the listed areas and may be assigned to work out of the following facilities: Activity Center, Town Center Hall, Betty Wilson Center, Community Garden, or any city park. Family and Human Services (FHS) Division: The Family and Human Services Division of the Community Services Department is responsible for the development, implementation, and planning of Older Adults Services, Family services, Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program, Legal Services Program, facility rentals and special events. FHS seasonal special events include but not limited to summer concerts and movies, Pioneer Living Day, Dia de los Muertos event, Holiday programs, cultural events, and extensive wedding season May through October. Incumbents may be placed in one or more of the listed areas and may be assigned to work out of the following facilities: Gus Velasco Neighborhood Center, Heritage Park, or Clarke Estate. POSITION PURPOSE: Under general supervision of the Community Services Director, Recreation Manager, Supervisor, Coordinator, Community Services Specialist or Community Services Leader III, the Community Services Program Leader I provides support and assists with a variety of programs, projects, functions and events in the Community Services Department. SUPERVISION RECEIVED: Receives direct supervision from Community Services Director, Recreation Manager, Supervisor, Coordinator, Community Services Specialist or Community Services Leader III. SUPERVISION EXERCISED: None. Examples of Duties / Knowledge & Skills A. Held in Common: Supports the Mission of the City and its Elected and Appointed Officials.Exhibits loyalty to the City and its representatives.Provides courteous and timely service to the public as the ultimate employer.Works cooperatively with other City employees.Exhibits integrity and displays ethical behavior. B. Essential Job Specific Duties: Plans, develops, conducts and oversees a wide variety of activities for children, teens, adults and older adults/seniors including sports, contests, tournaments, games, arts & crafts, day camps, special events and programs.Assists with facility rentals, oversee and provide coverage to a variety of community services facilities which includes parks; set up and take down tables, chairs, and equipment, for classes, activities, events and meetings.Assists in maintaining and cleaning facilities and/or parks.Assists with general office duties, including basic cashiering, answering phones, greeting patrons, typing, data entry, coping and filing. C. Other Job Specific Duties: Assists with facility reservations, including phone and front counter contact, registering patrons for classes and programs, processing receipts and record keeping.Assists with coaching/instructing the basic and fundamental skills of football, basketball, volleyball and soccer.Assists patrons and other Community Services Department staff in routine and emergency situations including administering first aid.Attends staff meetings, trainings and workshops.Adhere to City and departmental policies and procedures.Performs related duties as required or assigned. Minimum qualifications & Requirements REPRESENTATIVE COMPETENCIES AND QUALIFICATIONS: The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill and ability required to satisfactorily perform the jobs essential duties and responsibilities. Knowledge of: Policies, procedures, and regulations governing the conduct and safety of persons using equipment and facilities; English grammar, punctuation, spelling and composition. Ability to: Exhibit good judgment and problem solving skills; develop and maintain effective working relationships and exercise tact, courtesy, alertness in responding to internal and external customers; operate modern office equipment including computer equipment software programs, and audio visual equipment; ability to work well with the public, have strong leadership skills, team-oriented, oral and written communication skills; experience working with the public, children, teens and/or seniors is highly desirable; communicate clearly and concisely with program participants, community groups, the public, City officials and staff; lift up to 45 lbs. and work indoors and outdoors; work varied shifts, including nights, weekends, and holidays. EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE: The following requirements generally demonstrate possession of the minimum requisite knowledge and ability necessary to perform the duties of the position. A typical way to obtain these would be: Must be at least 17 years of age. Some related community services, recreation or education is highly desirable. Excellent customer service skills. LICENSE OR CERTIFICATE: Possession of CPR, AED, and First Aid Certificates are required. Supplemental information NEPOTISM POLICY: Relatives may be appointed regardless of the designation of full or part-time classification. Candidates with relatives employed by the City will be excluded from applying for a vacancy if one or more of the following criteria exist: 1) The appointment of a relative would place one in a supervisory capacity directly over the other 2) The appointment would create a situation in which it is conceivable personal gain for one could be obtained by the actions of the other 3) The appointment would create a situation where performance or non-performance of either would have a direct effect upon the performance of the other 4) The appointment would create a situation where the confidentiality of either could be compromised. Candidates with relatives employed by the City will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis. "Relative" shall be defined as: mother, father, son, daughter, brother, sister, grandmother, grandfather, grandchild, spouse, domestic partner, step mother, step-father, step-sister, step-brother, stepchild and step grandchild. WORKING CONDITIONS: The work environment characteristics described are representative of those an employee encounters in performing the essential functions of this job. Work is performed indoors and outdoors. Noise level is quiet to loud. Hazards are minimal. Occasional exposure to bodily fluids. PHYSICAL DEMANDS: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of the job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable employees with disabilities to perform the essential duties. Stand, sit, walk, kneel, crouch, stoop, and bend. Push, pull, and reach overhead and above shoulders. Hear and speak both in person and on the telephone. Use hands and fingers to operate office equipment. See well enough to read documents and operate office equipment. Lift and move up to 45 pounds. HOW TO APPLY: Applicants are required to complete and submit a city application online. Resumes or faxed copies will not be accepted in lieu of the City online application. To apply, click on the link located at the top of this page. New users must first create an account. METHOD OF SELECTION: Selection may be based upon an application review, a performance examination and evaluation, and a structured interview. Appointment will be contingent upon a criminal record check and physical examination, including a drug screen. ACCOMMODATION: If you require special testing and/or interview accommodations due to a physical, mental, or learning disability, please call the Human Resources Office at (562) 409-7530 at least 5 days prior to the scheduled date. Non-Benefited
City of Rialto
Rialto, CA, USA
JOB TITLE: Community Development Director
AGENCY: City of Rialto
LOCATION: Rialto, CA
FILING DEADLINE : Open until filled
SALARY RANGE: $172,860 – $231,648 Annually
This at-will position is a key member of the City Manager’s Executive Team and provides day-to-day management of the Community Development Department. Key responsibilities of this position include:
Provide leadership and overall direction to department staff.
Provide professional advice and guidance to the City Manager, Economic Development Committee and City Council, and stakeholder groups.
Coordinate community development activities with other City departments and regulatory agencies.
Evaluate land use, economic development, and growth management proposals to ensure compliance with applicable City, State, and Federal laws.
Manage complex issues, rules, and regulations impacting various areas of the City with an entrepreneurial approach to problem solving and timely resolution.
Deal with remaining issues related to dissolution of redevelopment and the successor agency.
Assume fiscal responsibility for department and project-related budgets.
Opportunities and Challenges
The next Community Development Director will be presented with key opportunities and challenges in which to excel including:
As a city on the rise, the City has multiple projects that are in various phases of completion or will require planning and initiation. In addition, the City has made a decision, in some circumstances, to serve as its own developer. The next Community Development Director will need to be well-organized and capable of managing staff responsible throughout project(s) to ensure they are well-planned and completed on time and on budget.
Work on the Regional Housing Net Allocation (RHNA) requirements, finalizing the Housing Element Update and implementation, and preparing for the City’s next General Plan Update.
Coordinate delivery of the residential, commercial, and industrial projects underway or now in the creation or implementation stage.
Continue to address Rialto’s position as a leader in the logistical fulfillment space with the addition of Amazon and other potential warehouses.
Address and be actively involved in shepherding through the large-scale residential development (“River Ranch at Lytle Creek Development Project”) involving construction of 780 new homes.
Coordinate completion of the Renaissance Specific Plan.
Working in tandem and in support of the City Manager, the new Director will want to prioritize resources and efforts to focus on the most important and urgent projects that are in alignment with Council policy and direction.
Provide leadership and serve as the key liaison to the Economic Development Committee (Council Sub-Committee) staffed by the Mayor and Mayor Pro Tem, formally meeting once per month and more frequently, as needed.
THE IDEAL CANDIDATE
The new Community Development Director will have exceptional management, interpersonal, and communication skills, with a hands-on and proactive approach to addressing a broad range of urban planning and development related challenges. Importantly, the City of Rialto is aggressively pursuing and purchasing land and properties, so the ideal candidate will have economic development experience and knowledge in this area to add value to this approach of acquiring real estate and negotiating public-private development partnerships on behalf of the City. The successful candidate will also value relationships and be known as a manager of people who encourages innovation and problem solving yet holds people accountable for quality work. Ideally, the new Director will have notable success in economic development, business enterprises, property acquisition, and project delivery. It will be very important that the new Director have a commitment to excellent customer service. The City Manager seeks a Community Development Director who will provide leadership that promotes empowerment with the ability to respond and deliver with a sense of urgency.
The ideal candidate should possess the following attributes:
Exceptional leadership skills.
Outstanding character, integrity, and professionalism.
Flexible and innovative in presenting solutions and strategies.
Strong business acumen with the ability to work effectively with the business and development community as well as
community partners and stakeholders.
Extensive knowledge of current trends and best practices that impact and influence all aspects of planning and economic development.
Ability to clearly explain complex issues to a wide variety of constituents.
THE CITY OF RIALTO
The City of Rialto, known as “The Bridge to Progress” city, is in San Bernardino County and is home to a highly diverse community of over 104,000 residents. Conveniently located close to some of the State’s majestic snow-capped mountains, tranquil deserts, and pristine beaches, Rialto offers unique recreational opportunities for every lifestyle.
For more details about this opportunity, please visit the job brochure at: https://koffassociates.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/10/Rev2-Rialto-CDD.pdf .
To be considered, please electronically submit your resume, cover letter and a list of six professional references (references will not be contacted in the early stages of the recruitment) to: https://koffassociates.com/community-development-director-3/ .
Resumes should reflect years and months of positions held, as well as size of staff and budgets you have managed.
For additional information, please contact:
Frank Rojas at: (510) 495-0448
City of Sacramento, CA
Sacramento, California, United States
THE POSITION You must have taken and passed the Community Service Officer I examination for further consideration. To take the examination, click here . The City of Sacramento requires all newly appointed employees to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 as a condition of employment. Candidates seeking an accommodation from this requirement will be considered on a case-by-case basis. Please Note: a candidate must successfully pass a thorough background investigation, including a criminal history check for job-related convictions, fingerprinting, polygraph test, psychological test, credit check, and a drug use history to be considered for this position. This position requires attendance in the City of Sacramento Police Department Community Service Officer (CSO) Academy. The CSO Academy is typically held in the Winter (late December/early January start) or Summer (late June/early July start). Appointment to the Community Service Officer I position will not be effective until the start of the CSO Academy. The Community Service Officer I (Limited-Term) performs non-sworn, duties in support of a variety of police operations. In addition, attends and participates in the Sacramento Police Academy or Community Service Officer Academy in order to receive basic law enforcement training in various laws, police procedures, law enforcement techniques, first aid, and acquires physical and emotional skills. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS The classification of Community Service Officer I (Limited-Term) is a recruiting and training level class used for qualified candidates to learn the duties of a Police Officer or Community Service Officer III in the Sacramento Police Department. Incumbents of this class undergo a formal, comprehensive training program in a Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST) certified Police Academy or Community Service Officer academy administered by the Sacramento Police Department to prepare for performing duties in support of police operations. Incumbents are expected to attend accredited college level courses in order to satisfy the minimum qualification requirements of the Police Officer classification within their limited-term appointment. Additionally, incumbents are expected to demonstrate satisfactory proficiency in the required physical agility testing component prior to and during the academy. On-going physical training will be a required skill set for any successful incumbent. Upon successful completion from a POST certified Basic Academy or Community Service Officer Academy, a Community Service Officer I (Limited Term) shall either be (1) advanced to Community Service Officer II or (2) advanced to the career classification of Community Service Officer III, or (3) advanced to the career classification of Police Officer. Employees shall not be classified as Community Service Officer I (Limited-Term) for more than one year from the date of hire unless the employee was unsuccessful in an Academy and the employee is invited to participate in an additional academy. Advancement to Police Officer or Community Service Officer II or III is dependent upon satisfactory job performance. Failure to successfully complete a POST certified Police Academy or Community Service Academy, and/or failure to meet satisfactory progress within the prescribed training period will be cause for termination. The Community Service Officer I (Limited-Term) class is distinguished from the Community Service Officer II in that the former is the non-career, recruiting and training-level classification for employees who are enrolled in or awaiting the commencement of an approved academy or are currently attending an approved academy and the latter is the non-career, recruiting and training-level classification for employees who have completed an approved academy. The Community Service Officer I (Limited-Term) is distinguished from the Police Officer Recruit classification in that the latter attends and participates in the Sacramento Police Academy while the former may attend the Sacramento Police Academy or a Community Service Officer Academy. SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND EXERCISED Close supervision is provided by higher-level sworn or civilian personnel. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES EXAMPLES OF DUTIES: PRIOR TO TRAINING Prior to attending the Sacramento Police Academy or Community Service Officer Academy, the following duties are typical for this classification. Incumbents may not perform all the listed duties and/or may be required to perform related duties as required. Acquire working knowledge of department practices, procedures, equipment, and organizational systems. Perform a wide variety of routine clerical duties including filing, checking, and recording needed information. Operate standard office equipment such as computers, copiers, scanners, and other office machines. Sort and file documents and records. Provide basic assistance in research projects, special reports, and other division problems. Perform related duties as assigned EXAMPLES OF DUTIES: IN TRAINING While attending the Sacramento Police Academy or Community Service Officer Academy, a Community Service Officer I (Limited-Term) receives instructions in: The Sacramento Police Department's organization, chain of command, and rules and regulations. Identification and utilization of principles and techniques that promote community service, crime prevention, and appropriate behavior. Proficient application of the rules of evidence. Effective and professional communications through written, oral, and mechanical media. The Emergency Vehicle Operation Course (EVOC) which includes skid training, high speed pursuit, defensive driving, and emergency driving. Effectively dealing with common vehicle violations by learning to recognize the violations, locating the violations in the Vehicle Code, and safely and professionally contacting the violator. Basic criminal investigation processes and techniques, including the identification, collection, and preservation of evidence, courtroom testimony, and witness interrogation. Physical fitness and defense techniques programs. First-aid, including Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation techniques (CPR). Enforcement and procedural aspects of criminal law and the legal obligations inherent in enforcement of those laws. Firearm training in order to learn good judgment and competency in the use of deadly force, ancillary police weaponry, and weaponless defense. Safely and effectively accomplishing the patrol function consisting of patrolling a designated area of the City on foot, on a motorcycle, or in a patrol car in order to preserve law and order, and to prevent and discover the commission of crimes. Processing, confining, and caring for adult and juvenile prisoners in such a manner as to protect the prisoner's rights and welfare. QUALIFICATIONS Ability to: Acquire, through training, knowledge of contemporary and approved principles, practices, and procedures of police work, state laws, City ordinances, and first-aid. Acquire, through training, knowledge of the geography and demographics of the City and common law enforcement problems. Write clearly, accurately, concisely, legibly, and with correct English grammatical construction and spelling. Read and interpret complex technical documents in English. Understand and carry out oral and written instructions. Observe, assimilate, remember, record, and recall pertinent facts and details. Read maps and mapped information. Apply selected knowledge (i.e., laws, statutes, court decisions, department policies, criminal investigation theories, etc.) in collecting, organizing, and analyzing a variety of information in order to decide on an appropriate and reasonable course of action. Analyze problems and rationally take effective action in emergency and stressful situations. Plan and effectively present material orally to diverse groups. Interact courteously but firmly with the general public. Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with co-workers, sworn personnel, other City employees, community and neighborhood organizations, and the public. Learn and support community organization and mobilization efforts which facilitate achievement of the department's mission, goals, and objectives. Operate a police radio, mobile data computer, and office computer equipment. Develop skill in the use of a less lethal personal protection such as oleoresin capsicum "OC". In addition to the abilities listed above, a Community Service Officer I (Limited-Term) in the Police Academy requires the ability to: Develop skill in the use of firearms. Undergo strenuous physical conditioning. Knowledge of: English usage, grammar, vocabulary, and spelling. EXPERIENCE AND EDUCATION Education : High school diploma or G.E.D. equivalent. Experience: No experience required. SPECIAL QUALIFICATIONS Age : Must be at least 18 years of age by the time of appointment. Felony Convictions : Free of felony convictions under California Government Code Section 1029. Background: Must pass a background investigation, which includes a criminal history check for job-related convictions, fingerprinting, polygraph test, credit check, and drug use history. Medical/Drug Test/Psychological: Must pass a medical examination, a drug test, and psychological test. Continue Education: Eligible to enroll in an accredited college or university. Driver License : Possession of a valid California Class C Driver License at the time of appointment. Loss of the license is cause for discipline. Respiratory Protective Equipment : Work in this class requires wearing respiratory protective equipment at times. When assigned to such work, facial hair must be shaven when it interferes with the safe fitting of respiratory protective equipment. PHYSICAL DEMANDS AND WORK ENVIRONMENT The conditions herein are typically required of an incumbent to successfully perform the essential functions of the job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential job functions. Physical Requirements: The position requires sitting, standing, walking, running, reaching, twisting, turning, kneeling, bending, squatting, and crouching in the performance of daily activities. The position also requires grasping, repetitive hand movement, and fine coordination in the preparation of reports and using a computer keyboard; hearing and speaking are required for interacting with the public and others and to hear sirens. Additionally, the position requires depth perception, near, far, night, peripheral, and color vision in viewing crime scenes or evidence. May be required to walk on uneven and slippery surfaces. Must be able to lift and carry up to 50 pounds. Environmental Conditions: Incumbents work outdoors in all weather conditions, around loud siren noise, moving vehicles, and around animals; exposed to controlled temperature conditions in an office environment and unpredictable work conditions, including but not limited to, physical threats, verbal abuse, and stressful situations when in the field. This position may require working around chemicals, blood, and other potential toxic exposures. THE SELECTION PROCEDURE Please note, the City of Sacramento's preferred method of communication with applicants is via e-mail. As such, please ensure you verify the e-mail address on your application, and check your e-mail frequently, including your spam and junk folders. All e-mail notifications can also be accessed through the governmentjobs.com applicant inbox. 1. A pplication: ( Pass/Fail) - All applicants must complete and submit online a City of Sacramento employment application for further consideration. Employment applications must be submitted online; paper applications will not be accepted. Employment applications will be considered incomplete and will be disqualified: If applicants do not list current and past job-related experience in the duties area of the "Work Experience" section. Note: Qualifying experience is based on 40 hours per week (pro-rated if less than 40 hours/week). If "see resume" is noted in the "Work Experience" section; a resume will not substitute for the information required in the "Work Experience" section. Position/job titles will not be considered in determining eligibility for meeting the minimum qualifications for this position. Supplemental documents such as resume, cover letter, and proof of education are highly preferred and recommended at the time of application submission. Documents should be submitted to the City of Sacramento Employment Office as attachment(s) via online with the employment application, emailed to email@example.com , or by FAX to (916) 596-1556. If submitting via FAX/email, please include your name on your documents.Applicants are responsible for attaching proof of education, certification, and/or license to each position for which they apply. Proof of education, certification, and/or license will be required at time of appointment. Optional - send a valid and legible copy of your previous result letter to the City of Sacramento Human Resources (refer to Test Exemption section below).If you are currently on an active Eligible (PASS) List for the Police Officer Recruit position, it is unnecessary to reapply and/or retake the Entry Level Law Enforcement Exam for this position. Each Eligible (PASS) List is active for one (1) year from the date it is established. 2. Supplemental Questionnaire: (Pass/Fail) - In addition to the City of Sacramento employment application, all applicants must complete and submit online responses to the supplemental questionnaire to the City of Sacramento Employment Office as part of the application process ; Responses to the supplemental questionnaire must be submitted online; paper questionnaire will not be accepted. Incomplete supplemental questionnaire will not pass the review process; omitted information cannot be considered or assumed. A resume will not substitute for the information required in the supplemental questionnaire. 3. Online Exam: (Pass/Fail)- Candidates must have taken and passed the online examination with a score of 70% for further consideration. Only applicants who have successfully passed the City of Sacramento’s Entry Level Law Enforcement Examination by the last day of each month will be referred to the department. The online examination will be job related and may include, but not limited to, the knowledge and abilities as outlined above. Candidates can access the examination at any time by visiting the City of Sacramento’s Examination’s website: http://www.cityofsacramento.org/HR/Career-Opportunities/Civil-Service-Examinations . 4. Eligibility : Candidates who pass the online examination will be placed on the eligible list. Candidate’s eligibility expires two years from the date of notification of a passing score for the City of Sacramento’s Entry Level Law Enforcement Examination. Candidates can take the examination at any time to maintain eligibility. If you are currently on an active eligible list for the Police Officer Recruit or the Community Service Officer I classification, it is unnecessary to retake the examination. The eligible list is effective two years from the date of passing the examination for the Police Officer Recruit or the Community Service Officer I. TEST EXEMPTION - If you have previously taken one of the following exams within two years of the final filing date and earned a passing score as listed below, you may be considered exempt from the Entry Level Law Enforcement Exam. To receive consideration for exemption, you must have: Earned a T-Score of 45 or higher on the P.O.S.T. Certified Entry Level Law Enforcement Test Battery (PELLETB) exam Received a passing score on the City of Sacramento’s Entry Level Law Enforcement Exam Have selected yes to the Online Examination, Proof of Examination, and Test Exemption from the City Of Sacramento's Entry Level Law Enforcement Examination supplemental questions included in this job posting. To receive consideration for exemption using the P.O.S.T PELLETB exam, submit your final filing deadlineusing one of the following methods: Attach your valid result letter to your online application; Fax it to (916) 596-1556, Email it to firstname.lastname@example.org To receive consideration for exemption using the City of Sacramento’s Entry Level Law Enforcement Exam, applicants will have needed to select yes to the Online Examination, Proof of Examination, and Test Exemption from the City Of Sacramento's Entry Level Law Enforcement Examination supplemental questions included in this job posting. The City of Sacramento’s Human Resources Department will verify applicant’s eligibility by the last day of the month in which I am applying. Applicants who request consideration for the exemption and are not in a reachable rank, will be notified by Human Resources. Per City of Sacramento Human Resources Department requirements to receive consideration for test exemption: For P.O.S.T. PELLETB: The result letter must be issued on agency letter head OR by email with the agency logo The test date must be clearly visible on the result letter The applicant's first and last name must be listed The result letter must be a legible, clear copy PELLETB results must list the reading, writing and total T-scores For a list of Frequently Asked Questions regarding the Police Officer Recruit Exam and Test Exemption, please visit: https://www.cityofsacramento.org/-/media/Corporate/Files/HR/Divisions/ECD/Police-Recruit-FAQs.pdf?la=en 4. Oral Interview: (100%) - The oral interview will consist of job-related questions. The Oral Interview is administered by the Sacramento Police Department. 5. Physical Agility Test: (Pass/Fail) - Applicants who pass the oral interview test will be required to pass the physical agility test. The Physical Agility Test is administered by the Sacramento Police Department. 6. Background Process: If considered for appointment, candidates must pass a background investigation, which includes a criminal history check, fingerprinting, polygraph test, psychological test, credit check, and drug use history. 7. Employment Eligibility : All newly appointed City employees are required to be fully vaccinated* as a condition of employment. Proof of receiving a complete COVID-19 vaccination must be submitted prior to your start date with the City. QUESTIONS If you have specific questions regarding the Police Officer Recruit position, hiring process, Police Academy, etc.: Go to the Sacramento Police Department website at http ://www.sacpd.org/ Send an email to email@example.com Call the Police Recruiting Office at (916) 808-0880. For questions concerning this job announcement and the application process: Visit the City of Sacramento Human Resources Department website at http://www.cityofsacramento.org/HR/Career-Opportunities . Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org Call the Human Resources Department at (916) 808-5726. Bilingual Pay Did you know that the City offers bilingual pay? That's right, most labor agreements offer the option of providing employees with bilingual pay if the department deems it to be operationally necessary. Pension Reform Act The City of Sacramento is covered by the California Public Employees' Retirement System, and as such, must adhere to the California Public Employee's Pension Reform Act (PEPRA) of 2013. Please note that the provisions within this act may affect or impact an applicant's eligibility and/or selection for open vacancies at the City of Sacramento. Equal Opportunity Employer The City of Sacramento is an equal opportunity employer to all, regardless of age, ancestry, color, disability (mental and physical), exercising the right to family care and medical leave, gender, gender expression, gender identity, genetic information, marital status, medical condition, military or veteran status, national origin, political affiliation, race, religious creed, sex (includes pregnancy, childbirth, breastfeeding and related medical conditions), and sexual orientation. Additional Information Civil Service Rules: http://portal.cityofsacramento.org/HR/Divisions/Administration/HR-Boards-Commissions/Civil-Service-Board Union Contracts: http://portal.cityofsacramento.org/HR/Divisions/Labor-Relations/Labor-Agreements Salary Schedule: http://portal.cityofsacramento.org/HR/Document-Library Closing Date/Time: 1/31/2023 11:59 PM Pacific
TOWN OF PROSPER, TEXAS
Prosper, TX, USA
JOB SUMMARY Hiring Salary: $47,199.25 - $52,852.86 Full Salary: $47,199.25 - $63,225.56 DEFINITION Provides high level administrative support to the Director of Development Services and all supporting divisions. Perform a variety of responsible and confidential administrative tasks, create requisitions and supporting documentation, process purchase orders, keep accurate records and produce reports and correspondence as required. Provide excellent customer service to visitor staff, on phone, email, or in person. Must be very skilled in prioritizing, tracking, and managing multiple projects and assignments. The intent of this position description is to provide a representative summary of the major duties and responsibilities performed by incumbent(s) in this position. Incumbent(s) may not be required to perform all duties in this description and incumbent(s) may be required to perform position-related tasks other than those specifically listed in this description SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND EXERCISED Receives general direction from the Director of Development Services. EXAMPLES OF DUTIES Duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following: Essential Functions Receives general direction from the Director of Development Services and provide daily administrative support for the Development Service divisions (Building Inspections, Code Compliance and Planning) Provide front counter customer service. Answer phone lines Assist the public with a variety of issues Distribute mail on a daily basis Process zoning and development submittals and collect related fees Purchase all office supplies and keep track of related inventory Typing, filing, copying, faxing and other related activities Compiles monthly reports Printing and compilation of information for Town Council packets Printing, addressing, and mailing of public hearing notices and other mailings Provides periodic code and ordinance updates to the development and building community Regular and consistent attendance for the assigned work hours/shift is essential Supports the Director during the annual budget process by developing Discretionary and Nondiscretionary packages and associated metrics Maintains records, reports, forms, as well as Town monthly and quarterly reports Serves as the Website administrator for the Development Services department Process purchase orders, procurement cards, and invoices for the Development Services department Assist with EnerGov data entry and project tracking Additional Duties Perform such other duties as may be specified by the Town Council, Town Manager, Executive Director of Development and Infrastructure Services, Director of Development Services, Building Official, Health & Code Manager, Planning Manager, Town Charter, or the laws of the State of Texas. QUALIFICATIONS Knowledge of : Effective oral and written communications Performing business mathematics English usage, spelling, grammar and punctuation Computer skills using Windows, WordPerfect, Microsoft Office applications, Internet, Adobe Acrobat and conversion techniques, and Microsoft Outlook Ability to : Prioritize and organize various assignments in order to produce efficient results Operate standard office equipment Communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing Understand and follow written and oral instructions Provide tactful and appropriate responses to inquiries from the public, other departments or agencies Establish and maintain cooperative-working relationships with those contacted in the course of wo Avoid any conflict or appearance of conflict of interest in the performance of duties and responsibilities to include election related items Experience and Training Guidelines : Any combination of experience and training that would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be: Experience: Three years minimum administrative office experience required Must pass MVR check Must pass pre-employment drug screening Training : Must possess an associate's degree in business administration or related field License or Certification : Must possess a valid Texas Class C driver's license Equivalent combination of experience and education may be considered. PHYSICAL DEMANDS : The physical demands are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job: Regularly required to sit, use hands to finger, handle, or feel objects, tools, or controls; reach with hands and arms; talk or hear Must be able to walk, stand, stretch, bend, twist, stoop, and kneel Frequently required to lift and/or move up to 30 pounds Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision and the ability to adjust focus WORK ENVIRONMENT : The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those that an employee encounters while performing the essential function of this job: The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate. Employee must have ability to maintain concentration in the midst of interruptions and background noise. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities with disabilities to perform the essential functions of this job. This job description is not an employment agreement, contact agreement, or contract. Management has exclusive right to alter this job description at any time without notice. ADDITIONAL DETAILS
CITY OF HAYWARD, CA
Hayward, CA, United States
Description DEADLINE TO APPLY : Open Until Filled Next Review Date: TBD Please note, this is the posting for the "Community Service Officer - Jailer (Lateral)" position. If you do not meet the lateral requirements listed below, please apply for the City of Hayward entry- level "Community Service Officer - Jailer" position listed on www.governmentjobs.com/careers/haywardca COVID POLICY: The City of Hayward has adopted a mandatory COVID-19 vaccination policy for all new employees issued formal offers of employment on or after February 1, 2022 . Under this policy, proof of full vaccination is required as a condition of initial and continued employment with the City unless the employee has applied for an exemption and is awaiting the City's response or has been granted an exemption, or unless stricter State or Federal legal requirements apply. If offered employment, you will receive instructions regarding how to provide verification of vaccination or how to apply for an exemption, which will be required prior to your start date. You may read the full policy here: COVID-19 Vaccine and Testing Mandate DEFINITION Under general supervision, the Community Service Officer performs a variety of non-sworn police duties related to investigations, crime prevention, reporting, property, traffic, booking, searching, monitoring and transportation of prisoners. Primarily assigned to work in the jail facility. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS This is a specialized non-sworn classification, performing a wide variety of technical support duties in the Police Department. Assignments are primarily performed in the City jail; also support various divisions and may be subject to rotation. It is distinguished from Police Officers who perform a variety of duties involving the protection of life and property and routinely respond to hazardous emergency calls. SUPERVISION RECEIVED Receives general supervision from Jail Supervisor, Jail Administrator, or assigned management staff. SUPERVISION EXERCISED May provide lead direction in the absence of Jail Supervisor. Essential Duties Duties may include but are not limited to the following: Performs duties related to processing prisoners through jail, including booking and advising of procedures and telephone rights; searching prisoners for weapons, narcotics or other hazards and contraband; housing, care and control of adult prisoners and juvenile arrestees; conducting property inventory, medical screening and prisoner classification; and provide for telephone calls and visitations. Is required to perform full custodial searches as needed. Performs appropriate fingerprint procedure (i.e. live scan service) and transmits for confirmation of identification; and registers offenders in applicable systems. Conducts warrant checks, makes confirmation with appropriate agency and updates related systems through computer and teletype. Collects information to complete Alameda County consolidated arrest reports. Maintains jail security, observes prisoners in detention, and prepares documentation of behavior. Performs prisoner exit processing, issues receipts for bail, completes computer processing and prepares appropriate documentation for release. Transport prisoners to court or other jail facilities. Responds to public inquiries in person or by telephone. Responds to and drafts letters and general correspondence related to assigned area. Testifies in court or at hearings on case records and investigative activities and in court proceedings. Performs traffic control for accidents, parades, large public events, congested situations, etc. Enforces parking regulations, writes and approves traffic citations. Operate various police related equipment such as a radio, mobile terminals, cameras and computer systems. Prepares and maintains a wide variety of forms and records, including police reports. Prepares documentation and makes arrangements for towing and impoundment of vehicles. Performs related non-sworn police duties and responsibilities as required. Minimum Qualifications Knowledge of: English usage, spelling, grammar, punctuation in completing clear and concise reports and correspondence. General principles and practices used to establish effective police/community relations. Use and basic capabilities of computerized record and information systems. Safe work methods and safety regulations. Ability to: Establish and maintain positive working relationships with other City employees and members of the public; maintain a professional, courteous demeanor under adverse, difficult, and confrontational situations. Read, understand, interpret and apply policies and procedures as well as learn and apply pertinent federal, state and local laws, codes and regulations. Learn and apply mandated advanced defensive tactics methods and application of necessary control and self-defense procedures. Prepare paperwork and reports related to area of assignment. Communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing. Demonstrate sound judgment, tact, and integrity. Perform assigned duties with general supervision. Maintain physical condition appropriate to the performance of assigned duties and responsibilities which may include walking, standing or sitting for extended periods of time and application of necessary control and self-defense procedures. Operate modern office equipment including computer equipment, specialized software applications programs and assigned equipment. Work varied hours including evenings, weekends, and holidays. Successfully complete the State of California, Board of Corrections Correctional Officer Core course within one year of date of employment. EXPERIENCE AND EDUCATION Any combination of experience and training that would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be: Experience - One (1) year of experience working in a jail facility and successful completion of the Basic Correction Officer Core Course by the California Board of Corrections Standards and Training. OR Possess a California Peace Officer Standards and Training Basic Academy Certificate. Please be sure to attach a copy of your POST Basic Academy Certificate by the application deadline in order to be considered. Education - Equivalent to the completion of the twelfth grade. License - Possession and maintenance of a valid Class C California Driver's License. Supplemental Information PROBATIONARY PERIOD: One (1) year. SELECTION PROCEDURE COVID POLICY: The City of Hayward has adopted a mandatory COVID-19 vaccination policy for all new employees issued formal offers of employment on or after February 1, 2022 . Under this policy, proof of full vaccination is required as a condition of initial and continued employment with the City unless the employee has applied for an exemption and is awaiting the City's response or has been granted an exemption, or unless stricter State or Federal legal requirements apply. If offered employment, you will receive instructions regarding how to provide verification of vaccination or how to apply for an exemption, which will be required prior to your start date. You may read the full policy here: COVID-19 Vaccine and Testing Mandate Candidates must submit a completed City of Hayward job application. Applications must be submitted by: next review date 5/29/2019. The selection process will include: Pre-qualifying background questionnaire via Survey Monkey to determine eligibility to advance in the process. Final selection and job offer is contingent upon successful completion of a comprehensive police background investigation , including personal history, prior job performance and activities that may negatively affect job performance, as well as a medical examination and psychological examination . Actual hire depends on success in the departmental selection process. Applicants will be notified electronically via GovernmentJobs.com as to their status in the selection process. It is the responsibility of the applicant to ensure they can receive email notice from NeoGov/Government Jobs and the City of Hayward. APPLICATIONS Candidates are encouraged to apply online at www.hayward-ca.gov under the Current Vacancies tab or at www.GovernmentJobs.com. Paper applications can be obtained by visiting the Human Resources Department at Hayward City Hall located at 777 B Street, Hayward, CA 94541. Office hours are Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Apply prior to the closing time of the job announcement and allow at least one (1) hour to submit your application if you are a new user to the system. Our on-line application system is provided by NeoGov. If you have problems while applying online, please contact the NeoGov Help Desk at (877) 204-4442. The City of Hayward is an Equal Opportunity Employer Not less than 18 years of age at time of appointment (Section 6035, Penal Code). Closing Date/Time: Continuous
City of Costa Mesa, CA
Costa Mesa, California, United States
Description THE COMMUNITY SERVICES LEADER SERIES INCLUDES THE FOLLOWING CLASSIFICATIONS: Community Services Leader II: $15.50 - $18.84 per hour Community Services Leader III: $16.27 - $19.78 per hour Senior Community Services Leader: $17.94 - $21.81 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 West Sacramento
West Sacramento, CA, USA
DEFINITION: The Building Inspector II/Senior Building Inspector reviews plans, inspects commercial and residential building projects, and enforces a variety of state laws, codes, City ordinances, and established standards to achieve compliance with applicable fire, life safety, disabled access, electrical, mechanical, plumbing, structural, and dangerous housing/building codes. SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND EXERCISED: Receives general direction from the Building Official or his/her designee. CLASS CHARACTERISTICS: The Building Inspector II is the experienced, journey level class in the series, full competent to independently perform assigned duties. This class is distinguished from the Building Inspector I by the relative independence with which they perform their duties of reviewing plans and inspecting commercial and residential building projects and enforcing a variety of codes, ordinances, and established standards to achieve compliance with applicable electrical, mechanical, plumbing, and structural codes. This class is distinguished from the Senior Building Inspector in that the latter serves as either the senior or advanced level specialist in the series. The Senior Building Inspector is the lead or specialist level in the Building Inspector series. In the lead assignment, incumbents provide direction to lower level staff including assigning, directing, and reviewing the work of staff. In the specialist assignment, incumbents work on specialized projects containing a high number of complex and difficult tasks and assignments. Positions at this level are distinguished from those in the lower level classification of Building Inspector I/II by the independence with which they perform their duties of handling the more difficult and complex work and performing lead work.
Examples of Duties / Knowledge & Skills
Building Inspector II: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/westsacramento/classspecs/1223665?keywords=building&pagetype=classSpecifications Senior Building Inspector: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/westsacramento/classspecs/1339578?keywords=building&pagetype=classSpecifications
Fresno, California, US
Position Description ANNUAL SALARY: $ 88,660 APPLY IMMEDIATELY AS THIS RECRUITMENT MAY CLOSE AT ANY TIME APPLICATIONS MUST BE SUBMITTED ONLINE ONLY The County of Fresno is offering an exciting and challenging career opportunity for individuals interested in the position of Senior Community Development Grants Analyst . The current vacancy exists within the Department of Public Works and Planning's Community Development Division where primary duties include supervising, assigning, coordinating, reviewing and participating in the work of staff responsible for administrating the County's HOME Investment Partnership Program (HOME), Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), and other US Housing & Urban Development programs. Please note: The eligible list established from this recruitment may be used to fill both extra-help and permanently allocated positions. Individuals selected for extra-help appointment may be transitioned to a permanently allocated position at a later date, as authorized by the Fresno County Personnel Rules. As a condition of employment, some departments may require candidates to undergo and pass a background investigation and/or polygraph examination. These investigations include employment/credit histories, verification of education, arrest/criminal records, drug/alcohol use, and personal conduct. This list is neither inclusive nor exclusive; other relevant areas may be investigated and verified. Positions in this classification are in MEDICAL GROUP I - Light Physical Activity (Personnel Rule 8). This group includes positions which require only light physical effort and may include lifting of small, light objects and some bending, stooping, squatting, twisting, and reaching. Considerable walking or standing may be involved. Eligible candidates must be able to perform the essential functions of the position with or without reasonable accommodation. Samples of Duties Please click here to view the Samples of Duties. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Please click here to view the Knowledge, Skills and Abilities. Minimum Qualifications Education : Graduation from an accredited college or university with a bachelor's degree that is acceptable within the United States' accredited college or university system. Experience : Three (3) years of full-time, paid work experience equivalent to that gained as a Staff Analyst with Fresno County involving Community Development Block Grant, HOME Investment Partnerships Program, and/or other federal and state grant program administration. Substitution : A master's degree from an accredited college or university that is acceptable within the United States' accredited college or university system may substitute for one (1) year of the required experience. License : Possession of a valid Class "C" driver's license, or equivalent, may be required. TO PREVENT THE DISQUALIFICATION OF YOUR APPLICATION, PLEASE NOTE : Applicants must meet the minimum qualifications and filing requirements for this position by the filing deadline . A completed Fresno County employment application is required and must be current, complete and accurate. Amendments will not be accepted after the filing deadline. Resumes and attachments are not accepted in lieu of a completed application. The experience requirement of the minimum qualifications has been limited to candidates with an experience background related to the specific vacancy . Your experience performing qualifying functions must be clearly identified in your application or it will not be accepted. In the Education section of your application, please provide complete information for each school attended, including the school's name and location, type and number of units completed (semester or quarter) and the type of degree earned (bachelor's, master's, etc.). Failure to completely list education within the job application will result in the disqualification of your application. College/University transcripts may be requested to verify completion of the required degree. If you have completed education in a foreign college or university and are using this education to meet the minimum qualifications, you must provide documentation that the foreign education is comparable to that received within the United States' accredited college or university system or your application will not be accepted. Documentation must be provided by the closing date/time of this recruitment. You may attach a copy to your online employment application, email a copy to email@example.com , or fax a copy to (559) 455-4788 Attn: Tiffany Lee. Late submission of documentation will not be accepted. SELECTION PROCESS : Depending on the number of applicants meeting the minimum qualifications and filing requirements, applicants may be scheduled for the process listed below: Online Examination - If required, the examination will be offered in an online format. Please indicate on the supplemental questionnaire if you have the ability to complete an online examination. Oral examination - An oral examination includes a panel consisting of at least two members within a similar field of expertise as the vacancy. Candidates are asked structured questions and must respond orally to allow the panel to evaluate the specific qualifications of each applicant. Successful candidates will be placed on an employment list, effective for a minimum of 3 months (may be extended up to an additional 12 months), and certified in final rank order as vacancies occur. REQUIRED APPLICATION MATERIAL : Fresno County Employment Application Supplemental Questionnaire Please note : Applications must be submitted online only via our website by the closing date and time of this recruitment. Applications submitted via U.S. mail, email, fax, or in person will not be accepted. Resumes and attachments are not accepted in lieu of a completed application. HOW TO APPLY : Applications for this recruitment must be submitted online only . An online application may be found at: http://FresnoCountyJobs.com . Open the job information flyer and click "Apply" to begin the online application process. Failure to complete the job application or failure to follow the application instructions, such as the formatting of education, may result in the disqualification of the applicant. Amendments will not be accepted after the filing deadline. Once the filing deadline has passed, you may check the status of this recruitment at any time by logging on to: https://www.governmentjobs.com/Applications/Index/fresnoca . Please be advised that it is the applicant's responsibility to notify Human Resources of any mailing address and telephone number changes. Notices sent via U.S. mail from Human Resources are not forwarded ("Return Service" is requested, therefore mail will not be sent to a forwarding address). For the safety of our employees, the County of Fresno complies with all Federal, State and Local Orders related to COVID-19, including Cal OSHA Emergency Temporary Standards. The County of Fresno is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer. It is the policy of Fresno County to provide employment opportunity for all qualified persons. All applicants will be considered without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, gender expression, marital status, ancestry, medical condition, genetic information, or denial of medical and family care leave, or any other non-job-related factor. REASONABLE ACCOMMODATIONS - The County of Fresno is committed to providing reasonable accommodation to applicants as required by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and the Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA). Qualified individuals with disabilities who need a reasonable accommodation during the application, examination or selection process may contact Human Resources at (559) 600-1830 at least five days prior to the scheduled date or deadline. EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER Human Resources Analyst: Tiffany Lee Closing Date/Time: Continuous
City of Buckeye, AZ
City Hall: 530 E. Monroe Avenue Buckeye, Arizona, United States
Position Scope **RECRUITMENT IS OPEN UNTIL FILLED** Under general supervision, processes minor commercial, single family residence and associated building permits. Assists customers with permit and/or submittal applications and answers related questions. Accepts and processes associated development fees. Primary Duties and Responsibilities The following duties ARE NOT intended to serve as a comprehensive list of all duties performed by all employees in this classification, only a representative summary of the primary duties and responsibilities. Incumbent(s) may not be required to perform all duties listed and may be required to perform additional, position-specific duties. Accepts and processes minor commercial building, single family residence and associated building permits as directed while ensuring compliance with City rules, regulations and ordinances. Communicates with applicants on permit status and permit costs; obtains information on incomplete documents; and resolves permit conflicts. Accepts and processes development fees of all types and answers related questions. Calculates residential permitting fees and completes building valuation worksheets and permit invoices. Serves as backup cashier, balances cash drawer and submits a daily cash balance report as required. Checks documents for validity, accuracy and completeness of information; records, files and distributes related paperwork. Provides information to applicants; assists customers with permit applications, government forms and other documents; answers phones, responds to requests for information within the span of authority. Enters permit data into computer systems; processes transactions, compiles documentation and generates reports. Provides notary services for department related documents. Prepares documents, collects data, and enters information into computer tracking systems; scans, prepares and proofreads documents for distribution. Maintains tracking system for all plans submitted from time of permit application to permit issuance. Maintains records, permit files and building plans. Performs other duties as assigned or required. Minimum Qualifications & Position Requirements Education and Experience: High School diploma or GED equivalent, and two (2) years of permit issuance, customer service, clerical and computer experience; OR an equivalent combination of education and experience. Necessary Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Knowledge of: Municipal government The principles of record keeping and records management. Cash handling principles. Skill in: Data entry and mathematical calculations. Operating a personal computer utilizing a variety of business software, such as Microsoft Office, Word, and Excel. Effective oral and written communication. Additional Information Special Requirements: International Code Council (ICC) Building Permit Technician Certification required within one (1) year of employment start date. State of Arizona Notary Public within six (6) months of employment start date. Physical Demands / Work Environment: Standard office environment. Reports To: Permit Supervisor or Designee Supervision Exercised: None FLSA Status: Non-exempt Employee Benefits & Wellness The City offers a comprehensive benefits package to full-time classified and management employees. Part-time classified employees may be eligible for select benefits where defined. For complete Benefit Plan & Wellness Information, please visit the City website at: Benefits & Wellness City benefit plans are subject to change at any time. Closing Date/Time:
CITY OF BUENA PARK, CA
Buena Park, California, United States
JOB BULLETIN Applications will be accepted on a CONTINUOUS BASIS until positions are filled. Apply early. These positions may close at any time without notice. Interested parties are strongly encouraged to submit application materials as soon as possible. Community Services is hiring for customer service oriented Community Services Leaders who are friendly, outgoing, creative, fun, and energetic for a variety of Part-Time, Non-Benefitted assignments Community Services Leader I - $15.00 Hourly Community Services Leader II - $15.65 - $16.43 Hourly Senior Community Services Leader - $17.25 - $19.02 Hourly Our team is creative and dedicated to making a difference every day in the community we serve. The City of Buena Park is looking for kind, friendly, proactive, responsible, and hardworking problem solvers who enjoy working with a variety of people. Community Services Leaders work approximately 15-20 hours per week. Current available positions are in the Buena Park Community Center; however, staff may be assigned to work any area, as needed. These positions require the availability to work a flexible schedule that may require mornings, evenings, and weekend work assignments. THE POSITION Community Services Leader I : Under general supervision assists in implementing recreation activities, including games, sports, crafts, special events, and other related activities; assists in a variety of tasks including coordinating activities, and moving and setting up equipment; may assist in the preparation of ball fields; performs duties as a scorekeeper, youth sports coach or official; may perform a variety of maintenance functions and light custodial tasks; performs related work as required. Community Services Leader II: Under general supervision, plans, organizes, and conducts a diverse recreation program, which includes games, sports, crafts, special events, cultural programs, and performs related work as required. Senior Community Services Leader: Under general supervision, plans, organizes, and conducts a diverse recreation program, which includes games, sports, crafts, special events, and other related activities; attends staff meetings; performs public speaking at programs and events; coordinates the issuance, use, care and maintenance of equipment and supplies; serves in a leadership capacity, training and coordinating the work of part-time and volunteer staff; may perform maintenance work, and related work as required. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS The duties listed below are intended only as illustrations of the various types of work that may be performed. The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from the position if the work is similar, related, or a logical assignment to this class. Community Services Leader I: Assists in implementing recreation activities, including games, sports, crafts, special events, and other related activities.Assists in a variety of tasks including coordinating activities and moving and setting up equipment.May assist in the preparation of ball fields.Performs duties as a scorekeeper, youth sports coach or official.May perform a variety of maintenance functions and light custodial task such as restocking restrooms, spot cleaning carpets, cleaning windows, mopping, sweeping and vacuuming.Assists patrons with classes and registration.Assists in preparing for facility rentals, special events, cultural programs, and other related activities including coordinating activities, moving and setting up tables, chairs and various equipment.Coordinates the issuance, use, care and maintenance of equipment and supplies Community Services Leader II: Serves in a leadership capacity. Trains and coordinates the work of part-time and volunteer staff. Assists in implementing recreation activities, including games, sports, crafts, special events, and other related activities. Coordinates the issuance, use, care and maintenance of equipment and supplies. Assists in moving and setting up equipment. May assist in the preparation of ball fields. Performs duties as a scorekeeper, youth sports coach or official. May perform a variety of maintenance functions and light custodial task such as restocking restrooms, spot cleaning carpets, cleaning windows, mopping, sweeping and vacuuming.Assists patrons with classes and registration. Assists in preparing for facility rentals, special events, cultural programs, and other related activities including coordinating activities, moving and setting up tables, chairs and various equipment. Coordinates the issuance, use, care and maintenance of equipment and supplies. May assist in the preparation of food for the senior lunch program, when assigned at the Senior Center. Senior Community Services Leader: Serves in a leadership capacity.Trains and coordinates the work of part-time and volunteer staff.Attends staff meetings.Assists in implementing recreation activities, including games, sports, crafts, special events, and other related activities. Coordinates the issuance, use, care and maintenance of equipment and supplies. Assists in moving and setting up equipment. May assist in the preparation of ball fields. Performs duties as a scorekeeper, youth sports coach or official.May perform a variety of maintenance functions and light custodial task such as restocking restrooms, spot cleaning carpets, cleaning windows, mopping, sweeping and vacuuming. Assists patrons with classes and registration. Assists in preparing for facility rentals, special events, cultural programs, and other related activities including coordinating activities, moving and setting up tables, chairs and various equipment. QUALIFICATIONS GUIDELINES Knowledge of: Methods of organizing, conducting and supervising recreation and cultural programs; sports rules, general arts/crafts and game programming; general care of children and first aid practices; and effective customer service techniques. Ability to: Plan, organize and conduct recreation programs; maintain accurate records and prepare reports; establish and maintain effective working relationships with co-workers, volunteers, participants, and the public; supervise tasks to completion; communicate effectively both orally and in writing. PHYSICAL AND MENTAL DEMANDS The physical and mental demands described here are representative of those that must be met by employees to successfully perform the essential functions of this class. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Physical Demands While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to walk, run, or sit. The employee is occasionally required to use hands to touch, handle, or operate objects, tools, or controls; the employee may be required to climb, balance, stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl; must be able to move up to 50 pounds; may be exposed to wet and/or humid conditions, toxic or caustic chemicals. Mental Demands While performing the duties of this class, employees are regularly required to use written and oral communication skills; read and interpret data, information and documents; analyze and solve problems; observe and interpret situations; learn and apply new information or skills; perform highly detailed work; work on multiple, concurrent tasks; work with frequent interruptions; work under intensive deadlines; and interact with staff, management, vendors, contractors, the public, and others encountered in the course of work. WORK ENVIRONMENT Employees typically work indoors and outdoors at City recreation facilities and venues; required to perform physical work. EDUCATION/TRAINING/EXPERIENCE Any education, training or experience which would provide the required knowledge and abilities. A typical way to obtain these would be direct experience in leadership, volunteerism or participation in recreational activities. Minimum age requirement is sixteen (16) years of age or older at the time of application. LICENSES/CERTIFICATES/SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS All applicants must be a minimum of sixteen (16) years of age or older at the time of application. APPLICANT INFORMATION/EXAM WEIGHT Applicants must file a concise and complete City application regarding their qualifications for the position online through the Human Resources Department web page at www.buenapark.com/hr as soon as possible. Applications may be accompanied by a resume describing experience, education, and training in relation to the requirements of the position, however, resumes will not be accepted in lieu of a City employment application. All applications will be reviewed and only those candidates determined to be most qualified on the basis of experience and education, as submitted, will be invited to participate in the selection process. The selection process may include but is not limited to an oral interview and/or written exams and oral presentations. Successful candidates will be placed on the employment eligible list from which hires may be made. The list is valid for up to one year unless exhausted sooner. The City of Buena Park is an Equal Opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, ancestry, national origin, gender, marital status, sexual orientation, religion, age, veteran status or disability. The City of Buena Park Alcohol and Drug Abuse Policy requires that all applicants undergo drug and alcohol testing prior to employment. Below is a list of key benefits offered to part-time, seasonal, and limited service employees of the City of Buena Park and is only a summary of benefits. They are not intended to replace or modify the legal plan documents on file in the Human Resources Department. SALARY RANGE: Composed of six (6) steps - Entry step through E step (Except management positions). Each step represents an increase of approximately five (5) percent. RETIREMENT: Provided through deferred compensation 457 plan administered by Nationwide Retirement Solutions. Employee pays member contribution of 3.75%. The City matches the employee's contribution of 3.75%. EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM: Available to all City employees and their immediate families. OC CREDIT UNION: Available to all City employees and their families. Closing Date/Time:
City of Laurel, Montana
Laurel, Montana, USA
City of Laurel, Montana
Salary: $45,000 - $55,000
Located near the banks of the majestic Yellowstone River in southern Montana, the City of Laurel is perfectly situated in the center of a wide range of places to visit, sites to see, and activities to enjoy. Just 13 miles south of Montana’s largest city, Billings, Laurel is home to approximately 7,222 residents and maintains a quaint, small-town atmosphere for both residents and visitors to enjoy. The city has an abundance of local parks which provide opportunities for camping, fishing, skateboarding, swimming, tennis, basketball, volleyball and baseball. Other outdoor recreation areas include the Buffalo Mirage Fishing Access, Laurel’s 18-hole Golf Club, and the Cooney Dam.
The City of Laurel’s Planning Department is responsible for guiding and directing the future growth of the City. Laurel is in a period of unprecedented building and development, and department staff strive to plan for growth and development while maintaining the hometown atmosphere that citizens enjoy. Reporting to the Planning Director, the City Planner is responsible for current, short-, medium- and long-term planning, zoning compliance, subdivision review, and economic development activities. The Planning Department seeks to both build on current assets within the City through development, and to grow the City through thoughtful planning projects and expansions. The main goals of the City Planner are to provide consistent direction for projects within the City; manage major planning activities and code; guide subdivision developments through the public process; ensure growth activities maintain a high quality of life for residents; and create an attractive community for prospective residents, businesses, and institutions.
Candidates must have a bachelor’s degree in land-use planning, urban planning, or a closely related field, and a minimum of two (2) years of experience as a land use planner for a public agency or consulting firm.
For a complete position profile, full job description and to apply online, visit Prothman at https://www.prothman.com/ and click on "Open Recruitments". For questions, call 206-368-0050. The City of Laurel is an Equal Opportunity Employer. First review of applications: October 30, 2022 (open until filled).
SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY, CA
San Bernardino, California, United States
The Job The San Bernardino County Economic Development Department fosters sustainable economic growth opportunities for job creation and revenue enhancement through comprehensive business expansion, attraction, and retention programs and services. The Department creates strategic partnerships with public and private entities to enhance global competitiveness and entrepreneurial development. Our team of experts specialize in connecting businesses with resources in the areas of economic development, international investment, workforce development, entrepreneurship and small business development, travel and tourism, and film and photography. They are dedicated to fulfilling the County's vision of a vibrant, prosperous economy that creates a broad range of choices for our residents in how they live, work, and play. Economic Development Coordinators play a key role in achieving the County's V ision. They build the bridges that connect businesses with opportunities, tools, people, and resources that will help them succeed and grow. Key responsibilities of these positions include establishing and fostering harmonious working relationships with stakeholders; coordinating and implementing economic development projects; providing technical assistance and resources; conducting studies and research; analyzing legislation and making recommendations; monitoring contracts; and representing the County at various functions. The Economic Development Coordinator III is the experienced level of the series, handling larger and/or high complexity projects while leading the project teams. Please refer to the Economic Coordinator III job description for a more detailed description of duties. CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT Background : Applicant must successfully pass a background check prior to appointment including fingerprinting, work and education verification, a medical exam and drug test. Travel/License : A valid California Class C driver license is required at time of appointment. Employees in this class may be required to use personal vehicles and show proof of and maintain automobile liability insurance. Minimum Requirements Candidates must meet both the Education and Experience requirements: Education: A Bachelor's degree in public or business administration, planning, economic development, finance, or a closely related field. - AND - Experience: Four (4) years of experience working for a public or private agency with experience that included primary responsibility for a combination of economic development, business development, marketing, public relations, commercial/industrial real estate and/or legislative research, analysis and development. Substitution: A Master's degree in a qualifying area may substitute for one (1) year of the required experience. Desired Qualifications The ideal candidate will exceed the required experience in an economic development agency, and have a strong background in managing strategic business development and retention initiatives with proven outcomes. Selection Process There will be a competitive evaluation of qualifications based on a review of the application and supplemental questionnaire. It is to your advantage to be explicit in your responses on the application and supplemental questionnaire, as resumes will not be reviewed. Application Procedure : To receive priority consideration for this excellent opportunity, please complete and submit the online employment application and supplemental questionnaire by 5:00 p.m. on Friday, October 14, 2022 . This is a continuous recruitment and may close at any time. Resumes will not be accepted in lieu of the application and/or supplemental questionnaire. To ensure timely and successful submission of your online application, please allow ample time to complete and submit your application before the posted filing deadline. Applicants will be automatically logged-out if they have not submitted the application and all required materials prior to the posted deadline. Once your application has been successfully submitted you will receive an onscreen confirmation and an email. We recommend that you save and/or print these for your records. Please note, if you do not receive an onscreen confirmation and an email acknowledging our receipt of your application we have not received your application. If you require technical assistance , please click HERE to review the Government Jobs online application guide , or contact their Toll-Free Applicant Support line at (855) 524-5627. Please note that Human Resources is not responsible for any issues or delays caused by the internet connection, computer or browser used to submit the application. All communications regarding the remainder of the selection process will be via email. Please be sure the email provided on this application is always current; it is your responsibility to update your personal information. Update your Spam, Junk, Bulk and Firewall settings as needed to ensure that you receive all information pertaining to this recruitment. EEO/ADA: San Bernardino County is an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) and Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) compliant employer, committed to providing equal employment opportunity to all employees and applicants. ADA Accommodation: If you have a disability and require accommodations in the testing process, submit the Special Testing Accommodations Request Form within one week of a recruitment filing deadline. Veterans' Preference: Eligible veterans and their spouse or widow(er) who are not current County employees may be awarded additional Veterans' Preference points. Click here for information and instructions to request Veteran's Preference points. Please click HERE for important Applicant Information and the County Employment Process . Closing Date/Time: Continuous
DENTON COUNTY, TX
Description THIS POSTING MAY CLOSE AT ANY TIME ONCE A SUFFICIENT NUMBER OF APPLICATIONS HAVE BEEN RECEIVED. The Division Manager - Engineering is responsible for managing the Engineering Division and assisting the Director of Development Services in all aspects of civil engineering activities, with primary responsibility for managing tasks associated with development review including, but not limited to, review of construction drawings, site plans, plats and zoning submittals, and conducting meetings with developers, consultants, engineers, and homeowners. Examples of Duties Directs and manages the Engineering Division and Construction Inspections, ensuring all work completed adheres to established policies and procedures. Administers routine personnel matters affecting subordinates, including hiring, granting leave, appraising, and disciplining. Oversee divisional budget and expenses. Assists in the preparation of the Development Services annual budget. Resolves and responds to citizen complaints or inquiries. Manages construction projects and advises staff on projects. Communicates project status to Department Head and responds to requests from Commissioners timely and appropriately. Informs the public when citizens will be impacted by planned county projects. Creates and implements a communication plan to ensure professional and effective messaging to all interested parties. Performs review of land development applications and associated plans and studies. Uses engineering judgment to resolve complex engineering issues associated with land development projects. Provides engineering analysis related to subdivision design, floodplain management, utility/Right-of-way construction approval, and commercial construction projects. Reviews floodplain submissions related to development in the floodplain and in support of LOMR submissions to the Federal Emergency Management Administration. Provides assistance to other departments and assists the Director of Development Services with creating, reviewing, and updating the County's design criteria and construction standards for public and private improvements. Assists the Director of Development Services with reviewing and making recommendations for updating code sections related to land development. Attends the County's Development Support Committee Meetings to report engineering comments on land development projects. Coordinates with other County departments on land development applications to ensure that all engineering issues are properly addressed. Administers the County's stormwater management program. Provides engineering review and approval of utility permits and subdivision plat submissions. Regular and punctual attendance is required. Performs other related duties as required. Minimum Qualifications Bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering from an accredited university and a minimum of five years of experience as a Professional Engineer, one year of which is in a lead or supervisory role; or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Municipal civil engineer experience preferred. Licensed Professional Engineer in the State of Texas required, or if an individual is licensed in another state he/she must obtain licensure as a Professional Engineer in Texas within 6 months of hire. Must obtain a Certified Floodplain Manager (CFM) certification within 1 year of employment. Possession of a valid driver's license. Must be able to obtain a State of Texas driver's license within 90 days of employment. Supplemental Information To ensure proper delivery of emails please add firstname.lastname@example.org to your email safe list. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
CITY OF HAYWARD, CA
Hayward, CA, United States
Description COVID POLICY: The City of Hayward has adopted a mandatory COVID-19 vaccination policy for all new employees issued formal offers of employment on or after February 1, 2022. Under this policy, proof of full vaccination is required as a condition of initial and continued employment with the City unless the employee has applied for an exemption and is awaiting the City's response or has been granted an exemption, or unless stricter State or Federal legal requirements apply. If offered employment, you will receive instructions regarding how to provide verification of vaccination or how to apply for an exemption, which will be required prior to your start date. You may read the full policy here: COVID-19 Vaccine and Testing Mandate Deadline to Apply: Next Review November 22, 2022; Open Until Filled THE POSITION The City of Hayward is excited to announce its recruitment for the position of Economic Development Specialist. The City and its leadership place a high priority on encouraging new businesses to move to Hayward, expanding retail offerings for the Hayward community, preserving a healthy industrial base, and strengthening its diverse economy. This opening offers a unique opportunity for a talented individual to create and launch new economic development programs. In addition to business attraction, retention and expansion tasks, the selected candidate will have a major role in the design and implementation of a suite of post-COVID economic recovery initiatives. Bilingual candidates encouraged to apply! Expected projects shall include execution of: 1) "Restaurant Relaunch" - a program that provides eating and drinking places access to city-funded architectural design services and grants or loans to upgrade the interior and exterior of businesses to adapt to COVID trends and attract customers. 2) "Get Digital" - a program designed connect small businesses with technical assistance providers to modernize operations including website design, e-commerce store fronts and social media marketing. DIVISION The Economic Development Division is responsible for creating and supporting a positive climate for businesses in the Hayward community. The Division proactively works the business and development community for retention, expansion, and attraction of businesses to the community. In addition, the Division works to improve the image of Hayward through a variety of community focused activities and events. DEFINITION To perform professional level assignments in economic development research, design, implementation, and monitoring of programs encouraging economic development in the City of Hayward. Essential Duties Duties may include but are not limited to the following: Assists in the design and implementation of economic development strategies and programs related to business attraction, business expansion, and retention. Duties can involve research, writing, presenting staff reports, project management, data collection and analysis, visits to local businesses and facilitating business prospects. Update existing city economic development data, and develop efficient methods of maintaining current, needed data on real estate trends, employment/training efforts and related issues. Conduct marketing of the City's available economic development programs. Works closely with other City departments to facilitate permit processing of economic development projects. Plans and implements marketing and promotion of City programs, and assists in the management of related budgets. Coordinates the City's economic development activities and efforts with those of other public and private sector agents and community groups. Acts as a City liaison and discusses issues concerning economic development, business financing and employment generation with representatives of professional and employer groups, the financial community, community organizations and individuals. Attends tradeshows and conferences to generate interest in the City. Prepares written and oral reports for boards, trade associations and City leaders. Responds orally and in writing to inquiries and provides information for the public on services and programs. Coordinates the preparation/implementation of economic development programs, special projects and events. Counsel small-business owners on ways to improve profitability and the appropriateness of real estate acquisition. Analyzes proposed commercial and/or industrial projects requiring City assistance or approval for their financial feasibility and potential impact on commercial development. May assist applicants with loan packaging for SBA or other loans. May assist in the preparation and submission of proposals for funding economic development activities. Performs other related duties as assigned. JOB RELATED AND ESSENTIAL QUALIFICATIONS Knowledge of: Technical assistance techniques used in addressing such issues as economic development strategy and program formation, commercial revitalization, business attraction and retention, and incentives such as loans and grants. The real estate and business entitlement and development process. Methods and sources used in analyzing local economic trends and industry trends, as well as principles and practices of demographic research and analysis. Modern marketing and communication practices; promotional events planning. Writing and editing techniques for a variety of audiences. Business and financial instruments and concepts relative to loan packaging. Federal, state, and other resources for economic development and business assistance. Ability to: Plan, organize and implement a comprehensive economic development program, including a proactive outreach and communication program which projects the image of the community. Organize work, set priorities and exercise sound independent judgment within established guidelines, including using creative ways to solve issues. Work effectively with business leaders, financial institutions, citizen groups and staff in interdepartmental and diverse team environments. Interpret and apply complex rules, regulations, laws and ordinances. Effectively communicate both orally and in writing fundamental technical information to the business community and general public. Use financial analysis techniques to determine fiscal impacts of economic development efforts. Communicate clearly and concisely, orally and in writing. Minimum Qualifications EXPERIENCE AND EDUCATION Any combination equivalent to experience and education that could likely provide the required knowledge and abilities would be qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be: Experience: Three (3) years of recent progressively responsible professional experience, two (2) of which include journey level duties in public economic development planning, business administration, or business management, including specific experience in financial analysis. Education : Equivalent to a Bachelor's Degree in Planning, Economics, Business Administration, or a closely related field. Graduate degree in an appropriate field may be substituted for one year of experience. Licenses and Certifications : Possession and maintenance of a valid Class C California Driver's License. Supplemental Information PROBATIONARY PERIOD : One (1) year SELECTION PROCEDURE COVID POLICY: The City of Hayward has adopted a mandatory COVID-19 vaccination policy for all new employees issued formal offers of employment on or after February 1, 2022. Under this policy, proof of full vaccination is required as a condition of initial and continued employment with the City unless the employee has applied for an exemption and is awaiting the City's response or has been granted an exemption, or unless stricter State or Federal legal requirements apply. If offered employment, you will receive instructions regarding how to provide verification of vaccination or how to apply for an exemption, which will be required prior to your start date. You may read the full policy here: COVID-19 Vaccine and Testing Mandate Candidates must submit a completed City of Hayward job application and responses to the Supplemental Questionnaire, which fully describe the nature of their professional experience and qualifications . Applications submitted without all required materials will not be considered. Based on the information provided, employment applications will be reviewed for minimum qualifications. Those best qualified may be invited to the next phase of the process, which may include an oral, practical, written examination and/or supplemental questionnaires reviewed by subject matter experts. The examination process will result in a ranked eligible register of candidates for hiring consideration by the department derived from any of the exam processes mentioned above. Actual hire depends on success in the departmental selection process. Candidates under final consideration for employment with the City should expect to undergo an employment background/reference check that may include, but is not limited to: employment history, medical evaluation, confirmation of educational credentials and degrees, licenses including driver's license, registrations, certificates, and other credentials as part of the appointment process. Some positions, depending on the nature of the work, also require a credit check and a review of Summary Criminal History obtained from the State Department of Justice through Live Scan Fingerprinting. Applicants will be notified electronically via Government Jobs as to their status in the selection process. It is the responsibility of the applicant to ensure they can receive email notice from Neogov/Government Jobs and the City of Hayward. APPLICATIONS Candidates are encouraged to apply online at www.hayward-ca.gov under the Current Vacancies tab or at www.GovernmentJobs.com. Paper applications can be obtained by visiting the Human Resources Department at Hayward City Hall located at 777 B Street, Hayward, CA 94541. Office hours are Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Apply prior to the closing time of the job announcement and allow at least one (1) hour to submit your application if you are a new user to the system. Our on-line application system is provided by Government Jobs. If you have problems while applying online, please contact the Government Jobs Help Desk at (855) 524-5627. The City of Hayward is an Equal Opportunity Employer Closing Date/Time: Continuous
Capitol Area Development Authority
Sacramento, CA, USA
The Capitol Area Development Authority (CADA) is located in California’s capital city, Sacramento. California's sixth largest city, the City of Sacramento boasts a citywide population of just over a half million residents and more than 2.1 million residents countywide. As one of the fastest growing regions in the United States, Sacramento’s residents enjoy professional ballet, opera, theater, outstanding museums, one of the best small zoos in the county, the NBA’s Sacramento Kings, and the AAA baseball team River Cats. Each year the City hosts a variety of recreational, entertainment, and cultural activities.
CADA’s Board of Directors seeks an Executive Director to serve as the Chief Executive Officer and manage the five service units of the Authority: Administration, Asset Management, Property Management, R Street Project Area, and Development. The Capitol Area Development Authority is a public agency charged with creating new urban infill housing, managing residential and commercial properties owned by the state, and enhancing the State Capitol environment. CADA functions much like a private property management and development company. It is a “joint powers authority,” created by a partnership between the California State Department of General Services and the City of Sacramento. The Executive Director reports directly to the Board of Directors, which consists of two State of California appointees, two City of Sacramento appointees, and one member appointed by the Board.
The Capitol Area Development Authority is seeking candidates who pride themselves on being consensus builders and who possess a collaborative approach to working with others. Strong candidates will have a commitment to CADA’s role in mixed-use urban redevelopment and will motivate others through the use of creativity and high ethical standards. Those with exceptional experience in commercial and property redevelopment, especially in regard to initiating and collaborating with public and private partnerships on redevelopment projects will be most competitive. Candidates who have the ability to develop a vision of Sacramento’s downtown commercial and residential property market and to strategize with stakeholders to achieve that objective are particularly desired. The Board of Directors of CADA offers an exceptional opportunity to lead the implementation of CADA’s compelling urban vision. The base salary range is $139,368-$209,040 and there are excellent benefits.
If you are interested in this outstanding opportunity, please visit our website at www.bobmurrayassoc.com to apply online. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to call Joel Bryden at (916) 784-9080. Filing Deadline: November 9, 2022
City of Rockville, MD
Rockville, MD, USA
The Deputy Director of Community Planning and Development Services co-leads a mission and customer driven department with the Director. Employees thrive in this key department by providing a culture of empowerment, professional growth, collaboration, creativity, diversity, and innovation.
The ideal candidate must have proven skills in project management, community engagement, budgeting, and creating consensus from various appointed and elected officials, the staff, community groups, and stakeholders. The Director will plan and coordinate major research projects to enhance and benefit the community, develop, and review requests for proposals, and supervise and provide leadership to the staff of the department.
Cal State University (CSU) San Jose
1 Washington Street, San Jose, CA 95192, USA
Description: Job Summary The Student and Community Services Analyst works independently with general supervision. This position provides moderately complex administrative support to the Director of the School of Music and Dance by initiating, tracking, organizing, managing and scheduling performance related activities for the School of Music and Dance, and by providing resource support to the school of Music and Dance committees, faculty, staff, students and wide-ranging community events. The Student and Community Services Analyst will coordinate the use of the School of Music and Dances facilities including reservations of facilities, and assignments of keys, for the following areas, but not limited to student practice, ensemble rehearsals, recitals, concerts/community performances, workshops, and other activities. Will require frequent evenings and some weekend work. Key Responsibilities Interview and hire students for the Concert Management Team Supervise student concert managers, coordinate, attend, manage student assistants at events and provide support during event services for music concerts, dance performances, special guest artist events, and non-School leases of School Facilities Supervise all aspects of operations pertaining to customer and artist/student services Design, organize, and implement Concert Managers (front of house) training Oversee all aspects of concert management including ticket sales ushering and event operations Assist School Fiscal Analyst to manage and supervise ticket sellers in conjunction with lead concert managers to create ticket office sales reports for distribution to Director, faculty, and staff as appropriate Assist School Fiscal Analyst to manage event cash and ensure deposit to school safe after each performance Act as audition coordinator for all entrance auditions for undergrad and grad students by: receiving applications, forwarding applications to the appropriate program, preparing and organizing materials for faculty review of the applicants, scheduling audition times and spaces, tallying results and notifying students of results Serve as primary resource for students and prospective students for program information and lesson juries and registration Coordinate and schedule semester juries for all music areas (brass, keyboard, percussion, strings, voice, and woodwinds) Handle regular scheduling of events and rooms for recitals and rehearsals outside of those listed in the SJSU Class Schedule including but not limited to: concerts, recitals, student practice times, and rehearsals in the Music building, WSQ Dance studios, SPX Dance Theater Coordinate with School Scheduling Analyst to appoint, train and direct school office students to support school mission and to meet, greet and answer general questions and direct visitors Knowledge, Skills & Abilities Excellent oral and written communication skills are essential Ability to initiate, compose and appropriately format correspondence and reports Strong analytical and organizational skills Ability to apply a high level of judgment, discretion, and initiative in coordinating the Director's activities, with diplomacy and tact Ability to perform efficiently in a fast-paced, detailed oriented environment, handle multiple work priorities, organize and plan multiple projects Ability to be proactive, resourceful and efficient, with a high level of professionalism and confidentiality Thorough knowledge of office practices and procedures; computers and software, including word processing, spreadsheets, calendaring, and CMS Thorough knowledge of the principles and techniques of organization, organizational structure, functions, and activities of higher education Thorough knowledge of, or ability to quickly learn, a wide variety of policies, procedures and software specific to the University Thorough knowledge of PeopleSoft/Oracle programs used on campus Knowledge of and ability to apply all university, state, and federal rules and regulations Required Qualifications A bachelor's degree and/or equivalent training Administrative work experience involving study, analysis, and/or evaluation leading to the development or improvement of administrative policies, procedures, practices, or programs Preferred Qualifications BA or BFA in Music, Dance, Theatre or Art Management Experience with ticketing systems and performing arts management Administrative work, preferably in an academic setting Experience with software applications (MS office including competency in developing and analyzing spreadsheets) Experience with Google Apps Experience working with tools based on PeopleSoft, Oracle, SAP or similar enterprise database systems Compensation Classification: Administrative Analyst/Specialist - Non Exempt Anticipated Hiring Range: $4,825/month - $5,130/month CSU Salary Range: $3,518/month - $6,791/month San José State University offers employees a comprehensive benefits package typically worth 30-35% of your base salary. For more information on programs available, please see the Employee Benefits Summary . Application Procedure Click Apply Now to complete the SJSU Online Employment Application and attach the following documents: Resume Letter of Interest All applicants must apply within the specified application period: September 20, 2022 through October 4, 2022 . This position is open until filled; however, applications received after screening has begun will be considered at the discretion of the university. Contact Information University Personnel email@example.com 408-924-2252 CSU Vaccination Policy The CSU requires faculty, staff, and students who are accessing campus facilities to be fully vaccinated against the COVID-19 virus (including all booster doses of an approved vaccine for which an individual is eligible per current CDC recommendations) or declare a medical or religious exemption from doing so. As a condition of employment, any candidates advanced in a currently open search process should be prepared to comply with this requirement as well as with other safety measures established on the campus. The system wide policy can be found at https://calstate.policystat.com/policy/9779821/latest/ and questions may be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org . Additional Information Satisfactory completion of a background check (including a criminal records check) is required for employment. SJSU will issue a contingent offer of employment to the selected candidate, which may be rescinded if the background check reveals disqualifying information, and/or it is discovered that the candidate knowingly withheld or falsified information. Failure to satisfactorily complete the background check may affect the continued employment of a current CSU employee who was offered the position on a contingent basis. The standard background check includes: criminal check, employment and education verification. Depending on the position, a motor vehicle and/or credit check may be required. All background checks are conducted through the university's third party vendor, Accurate Background. Some positions may also require fingerprinting. SJSU will pay all costs associated with this procedure. Evidence of required degree(s) or certification(s) will be required at time of hire. SJSU IS NOT A SPONSORING AGENCY FOR STAFF OR MANAGEMENT POSITIONS. (e.g. H1-B VISAS) All San José State University employees are considered mandated reporters under the California Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting Act and are required to comply with the requirements set forth in CSU Executive Order 1083 as a condition of employment. Incumbent is also required to promptly report any knowledge of a possible Title IX related incident to the Title IX Office or report any discrimination, harassment, and/or retaliation to the Office of Equal Opportunity. Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Crime Statistics Act and Campus Housing Fire Safety Notification: Pursuant to the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act, the Annual Security Report (ASR) is also now available for viewing at https://www.sjsu.edu/clery/docs/SJSU-Annual-Security-Report.pdf. The ASR contains the current security and safety-related policy statements, emergency preparedness and evacuation information, crime prevention and Sexual Assault prevention information, and information about drug and alcohol prevention programming. The ASR also contains statistics of Clery crimes for San José State University locations for the three most recent calendar years. A paper copy of the ASR is available upon request by contacting the Office of the Clery Director by phone at 408-924-1501 or by email at email@example.com . Pursuant to the Higher Education Opportunity Act, the Annual Fire Safety Report (AFSR) is also available for viewing at https://www.sjsu.edu/clery/docs/SJSU-Annual-Fire-Safety-Report.pdf . The purpose of this report is to disclose statistics for fires that occurred within SJSU on-campus housing facilities for the three most recent calendar years, and to distribute fire safety policies and procedures intended to promote safety on Campus. A paper copy of the AFSR is available upon request by contacting the Housing Office by phone at 408-795-5600 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org . Equal Employment Statement San José State University (SJSU) is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer committed to nondiscrimination on the basis of age, ancestry, citizenship status, color, creed, disability, ethnicity, gender, genetic information, marital status, medical condition, national origin, race, religion or lack thereof, sex, sexual orientation, transgender, or protected veteran status consistent with applicable federal and state laws. This policy applies to all SJSU students, faculty and staff programs and activities. Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, and certain other federal and state laws, prohibit discrimination on the basis of sex in all education programs and activities operated by the university (both on and off campus). Closing Date/Time: Open until filled
CITY OF MINNEAPOLIS
Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States
Position Description As the largest and most vibrant city in the state, Minneapolis depends on purposeful, dedicated and innovative employees. Minneapolis has a large variety of careers for people of all experiences and backgrounds who come together for a singular purpose-serving the residents, businesses and visitors of Minneapolis. The Minneapolis Police Department is looking for Community Service Officer candidates - people who have a strong sense and commitment for public service, outstanding character, sound judgment, excellent work ethic, effective oral and written communication skills, interpersonal tact, empathy, and compassion. A Community Service Officer (CSO) works approximately 20-30 hours per week (Monday - Friday with occasional nights and weekends) in the Minneapolis Police Department for up to three years while enrolled as a student in an approved, two-year law enforcement program and/or working toward completion of Minnesota Peace Officers Standards and Training (P.O.S.T.) licensing requirements. CSO’s assist the Police Department and community by promoting intercommunication, understanding and cooperation between the Police Department and the diverse communities of Minneapolis. The CSO is a civilian position designed to prepare CSO's for a full time Police Officer position. No one retains the job title of CSO on a long-term basis. Work Location - This position currently works on-site only (no remote work). COVID Testing -- The City is concerned about the health, safety, and well-being of employees. The City requires regular testing for COVID-19 infection for all employees. Employees are encouraged to become fully vaccinated against COVID-19, thereby permitting employees to opt out of mandatory testing upon verification of full vaccination. INFORMATION SESSIONS (optional): 5:30PM Tuesday, November 14, 2022 (4119 Dupont Ave N. 55412) Want to learn more about the CSO program? The Minneapolis Police Department is hosting an information session which you are highly encouraged to attend. Attendance is optional for all applicants or potential applicants. Registration is NOT required. We will highlight and discuss some of these topics: Application process and educational requirements Background Investigation information Oral Exam expectations Medical, psychological, physical and drug & alcohol testing CSO Academy and Education Program P.O.S.T. minimum selection standards for peace officer licensure Continuous Application Process -- This job posting will be used for on-going hiring without closing for applications. Applications will be reviewed in groups on an on-going basis as described in the Selection Process section below. Job Duties and Responsibilities (Including but not limited to) Assists patrol officers in non-enforcement activities Responds to citizen requests for service Maintains police vehicles and equipment as assigned Picks up and delivers correspondence for the department and community organizations Identifies and reports criminal activity Assists citizens in identifying crime prevention techniques Recovers abandoned property Assists in traffic control of special events, major fires, parades and accidents Assists department officers or other agencies in providing transportation as requested Participate in recruitment and community engagement events Must pass periodic performance evaluations Regular and reliable attendance WORKING CONDITIONS: Exposure to hazardous conditions and life-threatening situations Required Qualifications Must be at least 18 years of age by hire. Education : Must have a high school diploma or equivalent by backgrounds investigation. Must provide a college transcript and/or documented proof of enrollment or acceptance to a law enforcement program at a regionally accredited college/university by backgrounds investigations. **NOTE: TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF CONTINUED EMPLOYMENT REQUIRE ENROLLMENT INTO THE FIRST AVAILABLE SESSION, AFTER HIRE, AND CONTINUOUS ENROLLMENT (TO INCLUDE SUMMER SESSIONS) AS A FULL-TIME STUDENT IN AN APPROVED TWO-YEAR LAW ENFORCEMENT TRAINING PROGRAM AND COMPLETION OF THE LAW ENFORCEMENT DEGREE WITHIN THREE YEARS OF HIRE. ***Must maintain a grade point average of 2.5 and must not be on academic suspension.*** After successful completion of the degree, applicants must also complete the P.O.S.T. Board requirements and department testing to be eligible to achieve the position of Police Officer (Recruit). Failure to do so will result in release from employment with the Minneapolis Police Department. Also, the MPD will assess CSO suitability for Police Officer after completion of academic training, based on, but not limited to, field performance, assignment rotations, and supervisor recommendation. Must continue employment with the Minneapolis Police Department for a period of three years following hire as a Police Officer or reimburse the cost of tuition paid by the department. Licenses : Must have and maintain a valid driver's license as defined by the Minneapolis Police Department by hire. Applicants must NOT have taken and passed the Minnesota Board of P.O.S.T. licensing exam before hire. State Requirements : Must not have a felony conviction. OTHER REQUIREMENTS: Medical/Psychological Exams: Candidates must be deemed medically and psychologically fit. After a conditional job offer, candidates will be required to pass a medical examination which includes a physical screening, a work simulation test and a psychological exam. Pre-Employment Medical exams are tentatively scheduled to begin in September. Drug and Alcohol Testing All job applicants must pass a pre-employment drug and alcohol test once a conditional offer of employment has been made. Applicants will be required to sign a notification and consent form prior to undergoing drug and alcohol testing. Applicants who do not consent to undergo drug and alcohol testing will not be required to do so and the City will withdraw the conditional job offer, resulting in the job applicant no longer being considered for the position. Physical Requirements This position requires standing, walking, sitting, talking or hearing, using hands to finger, handle or feel, climb or balance, stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl, reach with hands and arms. Must be able to lift up to twenty-five (25) pounds. Requires close distance color, peripheral vision with ability to adjust focus. Police work is physically and mentally demanding. During the training academy, candidates will participate in, and be assessed on, MPD Police Officer fitness requirements. Background Check (Police) The City has determined that a thorough Minneapolis Police Department criminal background check is necessary for positions with this job title. Applicants must sign an informed consent allowing the City to obtain their criminal history information in connection with the position sought. Applicants who do not sign the informed consent form will not be considered for the position. Selection Process: Candidates unable to complete any portion of this process will not be eligible to move forward in the hiring process. The selection process will consist of a rating of relevant education and experience (30% of total score) and an oral examination (70% of total score). It is important that your application show all the relevant education and experience you possess. This information will be used to determine which candidates will proceed in the selection process. A submitted application is also used to verify the answers to any supplemental questions. Only those candidates who attain a passing score (70%) on each step in the selection process will be placed on the eligible list. Human Resources Department reserves the right to limit the number in any phase of the selection process. Selection Steps and Tentative Timeline: Applications will be reviewed every 30 days. Applications received within each 30-day period will be processed through the described selection process as a group. Candidates will be notified by email with instructions or information for each step below: Application Review Review and screen applications within 30 days of receipt. Oral Exams Oral exams for qualified applicants will be scheduled within 45 days after review of application. Successful completion of the oral exam places candidates on a continuous eligible list of qualified candidates. Backgrounds Background investigation, conducted by MPD, begins within two weeks of Oral Exam. Selections to move forward in the process will be made upon the completion and review of the background investigation results. Averagely background investigation is a 10 week process. Department Interviews Department interviews are held within 30 days of successful completion of Background investigation. Conditional Job Offers Final selections and conditional job offers will be made within two weeks of Department Interviews. Medical Exams Pre-employment medical exams, including work simulation tests and psychological exams, are held within two weeks of conditional job offer and will take approximately six weeks to complete. Begin Work CSO academy begins 2-4 weeks from successfully completing all medical exam components. Interview Selection: The hiring authority reserves the right to determine the maximum number of candidates to interview from the list of individuals who meet basic qualifications. If the hiring authority decides to interview other than by exam score order, they may select additional people to interview based on a candidate's education or experience related to the field, work history, or skills uniquely related to the operational needs of the position. Eligible List Statement: The names of applicants who meet minimum qualification and who pass the screening process shall be placed on the eligible list for employment consideration. This list will be certified to the hiring manager who may use the list to fill a vacancy of the same job title. This eligible list will expire six (6) months after date of certification. Union Representation: This position is represented by AFSCME General Unit (CAF). A collective bargaining agreement between the City of Minneapolis and AFSCME General Unit sets forth the terms and conditions of employment. For more information on the terms and conditions of this agreement please visit: AFCSME NOTES: For more information about this position and the Minneapolis Police Department : CSO For more information about Minnesota P.O.S.T. requirements : POST Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Considerable knowledge of Police Department divisions, functions, goals and special programs. Considerable knowledge of community needs desires, social patterns and attitudes. Some knowledge of State, Federal and Local laws, ordinances and law enforcement techniques. Knowledge of social services available to crime victims who need assistance. Law enforcement background highly desirable in some positions. May require bilingual skill depending on the community assigned. Good oral and written communication skills. Continuing employment contingent on satisfactory progress toward graduation from an approved law enforcement training program, and POST Licensing, within specified time limits. Benefits Summary Our employees enjoy competitive salaries and generous benefits. We pride ourselves on a comprehensive benefits program that supports employees' health and financial well-being. Programs, resources, and benefit eligibility varies based on position, average hours worked, location and length of service. For detailed benefits information, pleasevisit the benefits page . New 12 weeks of paid Parental Leave. City employees are eligible for up to 12 weeks of paid parental leave in the event of a birth or placement for adoption of a child. Insurance Health insurance Eligibility for benefits begins the first of the month following employment date. The City of Minneapolis offers eligible employees one plan design with a choice of six provider networks, allowing you to select the best option for you. Available plans include Medica Choice Passport, Medica Elect, VantagePlus with Medica, Park Nicollet First with Medica, Ridgeview Community Network powered by Medica, and Clear Value with Medica. Dental insurance The City of Minneapolis offers dental insurance through Delta Dental of Minnesota and pays 100% of the monthly premium for eligible employees. Benefits Paid time off Our generous leave package includes vacation, holidays and paid sick leave, which gives employees the opportunity to enhance their quality of life outside work. Amounts and a