City of El Segundo

This beautiful coastal community, located adjacent to Los Angeles International Airport, has a resident population of approximately 16,000 and a day time population in excess of 80,000. The community is a conservative, family oriented town during evenings and on weekends, but it is also a bustling center of commercial and industrial activity during business hours. Current issues include maintaining the community's quality of life (traffic, density, public safety), business retention and attraction, and assuring the long term economic stability of the community. El Segundo is a full service city with a total of approximately 280 employees and an annual budget of $51 million.

15 job(s) at City of El Segundo

CITY OF EL SEGUNDO, CA El Segundo, California, United States
Jun 15, 2024
Description This recruitment will establish an eligibility list which may be used to fill vacancies as they occur. This recruitment process is open on a continuous basis and will close after receipt of the first 100 applications from qualified applicants. Interested individuals are encouraged to apply immediately. Only online applications will be accepted for this recruitment. The first review of applications will be completed on Tuesday, July 2, 2024 or after receipt of 100 applications, whichever occurs first. Applications received after July 2, 2024, may not be considered. Applicants appearing best qualified based upon a review of the application and responses to supplemental questions will be invited to participate in the testing process. This is a part-time, at-will position exempt from the classified service. Under limited supervision, performs a variety of library administrative support and designated technical-related library work. We value enthusiastic, reliable, experienced, personable, and self-motivated team players dedicated to serving the El Segundo community. The ideal candidate for Library Assistant will perform varied and complex library administrative support tasks for the department and be able to handle multiple projects simultaneously in a fast-paced environment. Reporting to a Senior Librarian, the individual selected for this position should possess excellent organizational skills, enjoy delivering warm and welcoming customer service both internally and externally, and represent the Recreation, Parks, and Library Department in a professional way when interacting with the public, other staff, city executives, and elected officials. Essential Job Functions ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: Essential functions, as defined under the Americans with Disabilities Act, may include the following duties and responsibilities, knowledge, skills and other characteristics. This list of duties and responsibilities is ILLUSTRATIVE ONLY, and is not a comprehensive listing of all functions and tasks performed by positions in this class. Characteristic Duties and Responsibilities: Positions in this classification typically perform duties at a level of complexity represented by the following types of responsibilities: Coordinates selected activities within the library; Develops and conducts library programs; Maintains library records; Assists the public in the use of the library and library resources; Provides information and/or orientation to library facilities, equipment and services; Instructs patrons on the use of computerized card catalogs, on-line public access catalog, reference materials and equipment, and assists patrons in researching and locating materials; Assists in ordering, cataloging, classification and display of books and materials; Assists in the maintenance and replacement of existing books, periodicals and materials; Develops selected documents, bibliographies, records and publicity materials for library program and/or department; Maintains records and filing systems; and Provides guidance and training to other staff. Knowledge, Skills, and Other Characteristics: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential function. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Knowledge of: Practices of library operations; Principles and practices of office administration; Typical office equipment, including personal computer and standard office computer programs including word processing, database and spreadsheet applications; Library software; Cataloging rules, regulations and resources; Dewey decimal system; Book processing procedures; and Automated library systems. Skill in: Operating typical office equipment, including personal computer and standard office computer programs including word processing, database and spreadsheet applications; English composition, grammar and punctuation; Alphabetizing and numerically sorting materials; Composing letters and preparing a variety of reports, using appropriate format and computer software; Presenting ideas and concepts orally and in writing; Conducting research and preparing clear, concise and comprehensive reports; Following oral and written instructions and procedures; Utilizing public relation techniques in responding to inquiries and complaints; and Establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with other department staff, other City employees and the public. Working Conditions: Typical library environment. Afternoon, evening, Friday, and Saturday hours are required. Licensing/Certification Requirements: None. Qualifications Minimum Qualifications: A combination of experience and training that would likely provide the required knowledge, skills, and abilities may be qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be: Experience: T wo (2) years increasingly responsible library experience and/or K-12 school experience. Education: Graduation from high school or GED and college coursework in library science, liberal arts, or education. Supplemental Information Supplemental information: Individuals in this classification are required to successfully pass a background check that complies with Public Resources Code section 5164, which mandates that a city that hires a person to work at a park, playground, recreational center or beach, in a position having supervisory or disciplinary authority over a minor, shall complete an application that inquires whether that individual has been convicted of specified criminal offenses. Disaster Service Worker: In accordance with Government Code Section 3100, City of El Segundo employees, in the event of a disaster, are considered disaster service workers and may be asked to respond accordingly. The City of El Segundo is an Equal Opportunity Employer, committed to supporting Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion initiatives to build and sustain an environment that values diversity, welcomes opportunities to engage and understand others, and fosters a sense of belonging. Non-represented part-time, hourly positions do not qualify for City benefits, except as required by law. Employees are enrolled in Social Security upon hire. Hourly employees may not exceed 999 hours in a fiscal year basis (July 1 through June 30) unless previously authorized. There are no rights to employment and employment may end with or without cause or advance notice. Closing Date/Time: 7/2/2024 5:00 PM Pacific
CITY OF EL SEGUNDO, CA El Segundo, California, United States
Jun 05, 2024
Full Time
Description This is an Open-Competitive recruitment. This recruitment is open on a continuous basis with the first review of applications on Monday , July 8 , 2024 at 5 p.m. This recruitment requires that a cover letter addressing your professional structural engineer, building inspector, or plans examiner experience and resume be uploaded with the application to be considered complete. Applicants appearing best qualified based upon a review of the application materials will be invited to participate in an interview. Applications received after July 8, 2024, may not be considered. Applicants are encouraged to apply immediately as this recruitment may close at any time. Division Highlights: Building and Safety is a Division of the Community Development Department, also made up of the Planning Division, Housing Section, and Neighborhood Preservation Section. Building and Safety staff include a Building Official, three inspectors, three plan check engineers, a license permit specialist, and oversight of the Neighborhood Preservation staff and on-call contract staff. Division highlights include: 100% virtual plan check processing, and all historical and current permit records digitized Full integration of new online permitting software complete as of 2023 Approximately 1,200 - 2,000 plan checks processed annually from 2021 to 2024 Approximately 2,000 - 3,500 inspections completed annually from 2021 to 2024 The City of El Segundo seeks a Building Official to join its Community Development team. This position requires a dynamic and motivated individual willing to contribute to the innovative changes happening in the El Segundo Community. The successful candidate will be responsible for the oversight, planning, and management of the Building Safety Division. The Building Official will liaise with other City departments and external agencies to coordinate activities and ensure compliance with relevant regulations. The ideal candidate will possess exceptional leadership and organizational skills, and have strong knowledge and understanding of relevant regulations and codes. Candidates for this position should be effective communicators, both verbal and written, with strong interpersonal skills, attention to detail, integrity, and self-management skills. Under general direction, plans, manages, supervises and coordinates the activity and operation of the Building and Safety Division, Code Enforcement Division. SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND EXERCISED: Receives general supervision from the Community Development Director. Provides direct supervision to administrative, technical and support staff. Essential Job Functions Essential functions, as defined under the Americans with Disabilities Act, may include the following duties and responsibilities, knowledge, skills and other characteristics. This list of duties and responsibilities is ILLUSTRATIVE ONLY, and is not a comprehensive listing of all functions and tasks performed by positions in this class. Characteristic Duties and Responsibilities: Positions in this classification typically perform a full range of duties at a level of complexity represented by the following types of responsibilities: Plans, manages and coordinates the activity and operation of the Building and Safety and Code Compliance ; determines and develops policies and procedures for the Building Safety Division activities including checking plans, issuing permits and inspecting buildings for structural, electrical, mechanical, plumbing, zoning and fire prevention in compliance with state and federal laws, local codes, ordinances and regulations; tracks construction activity, permits issued and plan checks completed; may personally perform a variety of difficult plan checking activities; Develops and improves processes to ensure the highest level of overall customer service experience through the City's development process; Directs staff to provide the best customer service possible within appropriate policies, procedures and specifications; Researches, analyzes and interprets code requirements, new materials and methods of construction; resolves field, design and office problems regarding the application or interpretation of codes and regulations; Prepares, implements and monitors the Division budget; tracks revenue and expenditures; administers Developer Deposit Trust Accounts and Impact Fees; oversees the work of consultants in related activities; Provides leadership, program development, management and coordination of programs and services; serves as liaison with the community, members of the building trades, professional groups and other external contacts and resources for the City; Coordinates Division activities with other programs, departments or staff to ensure program delivery according to appropriate policies, procedures and specifications; Resolves discrepancies or procedural problems and responds to program management and/or program delivery questions ensuring necessary follow-up occurs; controls program records for operational and budget accountability; Confers with and advises staff and program participants by providing advice, problem solving assistance, answers to questions and interpretation of program goals and policy; Directly and through subordinate supervisors, hires, directs work efforts and evaluates staff; provides for and/or conducts staff development; establishes work methods and standards; initiates corrective and/or disciplinary action and responds to grievances and complaints according to established personnel policies and procedures and in consultation with the Director and Human Resources; Regularly and predictably attends works; and Performs related duties as assigned. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND OTHER CHARACTERISTICS: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential function. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Knowledge of: Principles and practices of building safety, plumbing, electrical and mechanical systems; California Building Standards Code including building, mechanical, electrical, plumbing, fire, disability access, and other state codes; El Segundo Municipal Code, including zoning code; Plan checking methods and techniques; Methods, materials, techniques and practices employed in building inspection, design and construction; Budget preparation and implementation; Project management principles and practices; Computer permit systems and ability to identify and generate required reports; Principles and practices of effective management and supervision training, personnel management and performance evaluation; English grammar, spelling vocabulary, and punctuation; Safe work practices; Business and report writing; and Modern office practices, methods, procedures, and equipment. Skill in: Conducting complex building inspections and plans checks; Reading complex blueprints/specifications and determining compliance with codes; Program development, implementation and evaluation; Assessing objectives and operational requirements to develop and implement appropriate operational plans, policies and procedures; Managing, developing, motivating and evaluating staff; Managing special projects, activities and programs; Conducting research and preparing clear, concise and comprehensive reports; Understanding and applying complex regulations, procedures and guidelines; Communicating effectively orally and in writing; Using personal computers and job related software; Accepting constructive criticism; Understanding and following posted work rules and procedures; Appearing for work on time; Following directions from a supervisor; Working under pressure, handling significant problems and tasks that arise simultaneously and/or unexpectedly; and Establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with staff, other City employees, members of the building trades and the public. Qualifications A combination of experience and training that would likely provide the required knowledge, skills and abilities may be qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be: Experience: Five (5) years of professional experience as a structural engineer, journey level Building Inspector or Certified Plans Examiner, including experience in building inspection, plan review and enforcement of building codes and two (2) years of supervisory experience. Education: Equivalent to a Bachelor’s degree (minimum 120 units) in Civil Engineering, Public Administration, Business Administration, Architecture or a directly related field. OR Experience: Seven (7) years of professional experience as a structural engineer, journey level Building Inspector or Certified Plans Examiner, including experience in building inspection, plan review and enforcement of building codes and two (2) years of supervisory experience. Education: Equivalent to an Associate’s degree (minimum 60 units) in Civil Engineering, Public Administration, Business Administration, Architecture or a directly related field. License/Certificates: Due to the performance of some field duties which requires the operation of a personal or City vehicle, a valid and appropriate California driver’s license and acceptable driving record are required. Possession of International Code Council (ICC) or California Building Officials (CALBO) certification as a Building Inspector or Plans Examiner is required at the time of application. International Code Council (ICC) certification as a Building Official is required within six (6) months of appointment. Possession of Certified Access Specialist (CASp) certification by the State of California Division of State Architecture as an expert in disability access laws is highly desirable. Supplemental Information Disaster Service Worker: In accordance with Government Code Section 3100, City of El Segundo employees, in the event of a disaster, are considered disaster service workers and may be asked to respond accordingly. The City of El Segundo is an Equal Opportunity Employer, committed to supporting Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion initiatives to build and sustain an environment that values diversity, welcomes opportunities to engage and understand others, and fosters a sense of belonging. MANAGEMENT/ CONFIDENTIALEMPLOYEES (M&C) Benefit Summary PERS Retirement : Miscellaneous employees - Tier I-2% @ 55 . Tier II-2%@60 for individuals employed by the City on or after 12/30/12 who are already PERS members.Tier I and II members pay 7% of PERS member share and 1% shall be employee-paid cost-sharing of the City's contribution under Gov. Code section 20516(a).Single highest year is coordinated with Social Security and Medicare. PERS 2%@62 for new employees/members hired on or after 1/1/13.Three year average coordinated with Social Security and Medicare.Members pay 50% of normal cost (6.75%). Safety employees (Battalion Chiefs) - 3% @ 55 for current employees and individuals hired by the City who are already PERS members.Single highest year. Employees pay a total of 12% towards retirement. 2.7%@5 7 for new employees/members hired on or after 1/1/13.Three year average final compensation.Members pay 50% of normal cost . Social Security: The City matches employee’s Social Security contribution, which is 6.2% of your salary and is made on a pre-tax basis. The 2024 Social Security income cap is $168,600. Medical -Monthly medical contribution of $1,750 ($932 for medical and $818 for flex dollars). Flex dollars may be used toward a medical premium and/or deferred compensation plan. Employees are responsible for paying any out-of-pocket balance of the medical plan premium through a pre-tax payroll deduction. Deferred Compensation: Voluntary participation in Mission Sqaure 457 plan. Dental & Vision :MetLife Dental and VSP vision benefits are provided. Flex Plan :Section 125 Plan, allows for payment of employee-paid insurance, medical treatment, and dependent care expenses with pre-tax dollars. Employee Assistance Program : Employees are eligible for the basic level of service. Life Insurance :$50,000 term life policy provided by City; employee can purchase additional self and dependent coverage at group rates. Long-Term Disability: In addition to basic LTD plan (662/3 % of first $9,750 after 60-day waiting period), City provides Executive LTD which pays 75% of first $12,000 of employee's salary less the amount of any other income, up to a total of $2,500.Applies to non job-related occurrences.90 day waiting period. Holidays :11 fixed paid holidays plus one day of personal leave/floating holiday per year.Battalion Chiefs paid 156 hours. Vacation Leave :96 hours (1-5 years); 120 hours (6 - 10 years); 144 hours (11 - 14 years): 200 hours after 14 years.Leave can be used after 6 months of service.Annual cash conversion option. Upon reaching "E" step, employees accrue vacation based on total years of public sector service. Sick Leave :8 hours per month. Administrative Leave: Mid-Management and Confidential positions shall recieveup to 56 hours per calendar yearupon reccommendation of the Department Director and approval of the City Manager. Bereavement Leave: Three (3) working days (or 40 hours where travel is 500 miles or more) for qualifying incident. Tuition Reimbursement :Up to $2,000/year for work-related college courses. Cell Phone Stipend: City cell phone provided depending on position. Educational Incentive Pay :Battalion Chief $1170.19/mo for Bachelor's, $1755.28 for Master's. Certification Pay :$585.09 Chief Officer Cert Pay for Battalion Chiefs. Other : Uniform Allowance ($40/mo) for Battalion Chiefs; Voluntary participation in Credit Union; Payroll Direct Deposit; Long-Term Care (premiums paid by employee). 1/14; 12/15; 8/19; 8/22; 24 Closing Date/Time: Continuous
CITY OF EL SEGUNDO, CA El Segundo, California, United States
May 24, 2024
Description This is a seasonal, part-time, non-benefitted, at-will position exempt from the classified service. Provides safety and protection to pool patrons by explaining and enforcing rules to prevent accidents, and when required, makes rescues and performs emergency care, oversees other part-time Aquatics staff and performs basic pool and facility maintenance and administrative functions. The Senior Lifeguard is required to work day and evening hours including weekends. SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND EXERCISED: Receives direct supervision from the Aquatics Manager, Aquatics Recreation Supervisor, or Aquatics Recreation Coordinator. Provides functional and technical direction to Lifeguards and Swim Instructors. Essential Job Functions Essential functions, as defined under the Americans with Disabilities Act, may include the following duties and responsibilities, knowledge, skills and other characteristics. This list of duties and responsibilities is ILLUSTRATIVE ONLY and is not a comprehensive listing of all functions and tasks performed by positions in this class. Characteristic Duties and Responsibilities: Positions in this classification typically perform a full range of duties at a level of complexity represented by the following types of responsibilities: Acts as a lead to other part-time Aquatics staff, providing functional and technical direction to Lifeguards and Swim Instructors; Protects the life and well-being of each and every patron by implementing the latest safety procedures, policies, rules, regulations and ordinances set forth by both the American Red Cross and City of El Segundo to assist and protect the life and well-being of each and every patron; Prevents patron accidents; Rescues swimmers in danger of drowning and administers respiration and first aid as needed; Enforces safety rules and ordinances. In an emergency, the Senior Lifeguard must think quickly and clearly, in some cases taking personal risks and exerting considerable physical effort; May conduct beginning to advanced swim level courses; Performs basic pool maintenance and upkeep of the pool and facility; Monitors pool chemistry every two hours; Ensures that the pool, decks, and dressing rooms are safe, clean and orderly; Completes various forms and paperwork pertinent to the day-to-day operation of an aquatic facility; May coordinate daily staff schedules; Assists with coordination various aquatic activities; Attends all in-service trainings; Follows oral and written instructions; Regularly and predictably attends work; and Performs other related duties as assigned. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND OTHER CHARACTERISTICS : To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential function. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Knowledge of: Lifesaving methods and application of first aid; Pool safety and procedures; Basic recordkeeping principles and practices; Effective customer service techniques; Methods and practices of pool cleaning and maintenance; Teaching principles and practices, swimming instruction techniques and methods; and Safe work practices. Skill in: Performing a wide variety of swimming and diving skills; Possessing sufficient strength, agility, hearing and vision to perform the duties of a Senior Lifeguard; Handling stressful situations with tact and diplomacy; Using safety equipment; Communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing; Promoting a positive, friendly and energetic work environment; Regularly and predictably attending work; Following directions from a supervisor; Understanding and following posted work rules and procedures; Accepting constructive criticism; and Establishing and maintaining cooperative working relationships with those contacted in the course of work including employees, supervisors, participants, instructors, and the general public. Qualifications A combination of experience and training that would likely provide the required knowledge, skills and abilities may be qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be: Experience: Must be at least 16 years of age. One (1) year of recent, paid lifeguard experience or two (2) summer seasons of experience as a lifeguard, which must include experience teaching organized swim lessons and experience working with the public. Strong leadership skills and athletic background are highly desirable. Licensing/Certificates: Current American Red Cross certification in the following: First Aid, CPR & AED for the Professional Rescuer, Lifeguard Training at the time of application. American Red Cross Lifeguard Instructor and Water Safety Instructor certifications preferred but not required. Supplemental Information Individuals in this classification are required to successfully pass a background check that complies with Public Resources Code Section 5164, which mandates that a city that hires a person to work at a park, playground, recreational center or beach, in a position having supervisory or disciplinary authority over a minor, shall complete an application that inquires whether that individual has been convicted of specified criminal offenses. Working Conditions: Work is regularly performed indoors and outdoors in variable weather conditions. May be required to work a varied schedule, including days, evenings, weekends, and holidays. Required to wear a uniform while on duty. Disaster Service Worker: In accordance with Government Code Section 3100, City of El Segundo employees, in the event of a disaster, are considered disaster service workers and may be asked to respond accordingly. The City of El Segundo is an Equal Opportunity Employer, committed to supporting Diversity Equity and Inclusion initiatives to build and sustain an environment that values diversity, welcomes opportunities to engage and understand others, and fosters a sense of belonging Non-represented part-time, hourly positions do not qualify for City benefits, except as required by law. Employees are enrolled in Social Security upon hire. Hourly employees may not exceed 999 hours in a fiscal year basis (July 1 through June 30) unless previously authorized. There are no rights to employment and employment may end with or without cause or advance notice. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
CITY OF EL SEGUNDO, CA El Segundo, California, United States
May 23, 2024
Full Time
Description This is an Open-Competitive recruitment. This position is open until filled; however, candidates are encouraged to apply immediately. Only online applications will be accepted for this position. Applications will be reviewed and a select group of candidates whose background and experience best meet our requirements will be invited to the selection process. Salary Effective July 1, 2024 - $9,568 to $11,334 per month Paramedic Incentive - $776.36 per month $10,000 Bonus Payment for signing Volunteering Binding Arbitration Agreement CalPERS 3% @ 55 (Classic); 2.7% @ 57 (PEPRA) Vacation - Up to 12 days per year Sick Leave - 12 hours per month Medical Health Insurance - $1,750 Monthly Dental, Optical, and Life Insurance - Up to $184.25 Life Insurance - $50,000 Retiree Medical Benefits after 5 years with City of El Segundo Longevity: 6 years ($500/month), 13 years ($700 /month ), 20 years ($900 /month ) Applicants are responsible for the proper submission of their own application materials. Attach a copy of certificate(s) to the electronic application. Failure to attach a copy of your certificate(s) earned will result in the rejection of your application. Applicants providing any additional supplemental material with their application must provide their materials at the time of application filing. Component Weight Skills Test Candidates must achieve a passing score of 70% or higher on the Skills Test in order to continue in the examination process. Pass/Fail Structured Technical Interview Candidates must achieve a passing score of 70% or higher on the Structured Technical Interview. 100% Overall Score and Eligibility List: Combining scores from all portions of the examination, a candidate must achieve a final overall raw score of 70% or higher in order to receive a final weighted score and be placed on to the final eligibility list. Candidate Notification: All communication for this recruitment will be done via e-mail. Candidates are responsible for providing the correct e-mail address and checking their e-mail account regularly for electronic communications. Under general supervision, fights fires; mitigates hazardous materials emergencies; performs medical, rescue work, other non-fire emergency response work; participates in fire prevention inspections, station maintenance, and training activities; performs the duties of a paramedic; performs related duties as required. SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND EXERCISED: Receives supervision from a Fire Captain. Medical compliance is provided by the EMS Battalion Chief. Essential Job Functions Essential functions, as defined under the Americans with Disabilities Act, may include the following duties and responsibilities, knowledge, skills and other characteristics. This list of duties and responsibilities is ILLUSTRATIVE ONLY and is not a comprehensive listing of all functions and tasks performed by positions in this class. Characteristic Duties and Responsibilities: Positions in this classification typically perform a full range of duties at a level of complexity represented by the following types of responsibilities: Responds to fire calls and participates in fire extinguishment, ventilation, salvage, rescue, and other operations; operates various firefighting/control equipment such as pumps, hoses, ladders, and extinguishers; lays hose lines and directs water streams onto fires; Provides emergency medical aid to individuals in need of such care; depending on qualifications, provides care consistent with standards and permitted procedures established for emergency medical treatment; Inspects, cleans, services, drives and operates various firefighting equipment and apparatus; performs routine and preventative maintenance on equipment as necessary; assists in maintaining clean and orderly conditions in and about the fire station; Attends and participates in special drills and other training activities; Conducts inspections of public and commercial buildings for fire prevention and target hazard identification and review; May participate in special projects, develop and/or conduct training, and perform work assignments while serving on various committees; responds as required when calling in from off-duty; Responds to and may direct others at medical emergencies; treats and transports patients; administers lifesaving/support techniques and systems; communicates with medical personnel regarding patient and/or procedural status; prepares related reports; inspects and maintains specialized equipment and supplies related to paramedic activity; Regularly and predictably attends work; and Performs related Fire Paramedic duties as assigned. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND OTHER CHARACTERISTICS To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential function. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Knowledge of: Basic and advanced emergency medical care practices; Safe emergency vehicle driving and operating practices; Los Angeles County and State of California laws, ordinances, treatment guidelines, policies and procedures relating to prehospital care and transportation of the sick and injured; Basic fire prevention and suppression techniques and practices; and Principles and practices of public education and customer relations. Skill in: Learning and applying firefighting principles and techniques; Thinking and acting quickly and efficiently in emergency situations; Understanding and applying mechanical and physical principles related to fire suppression; Safely operate department tools and medical equipment; Performing physically demanding work for potentially extended periods of time under difficult, dangerous and stressful situations; Maintaining confidentiality of medical and other privileged information; Maintaining Paramedic licensure and continuing education in compliance with State and local regulations; Communicating clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing; Regularly and predictably attending work; Following directions from a supervisor; Understanding and following posted work rules and procedures; Accepting constructive criticism; and Establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with staff, other City employees and the public. Qualifications A combination of experience and training that would likely provide the required knowledge and skills may be qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge and skills would be: Experience: Must be at least eighteen (18) years of age. Education: Graduation from High School or GED equivalency successful completion of a California State Fire Marshal Accredited Academy and possession of a State Firefighter I certificate are required within six (6) months of appointment. Licensing/Certificates: Must possess a current EMT-P Paramedic license with the State of California and Basic Life Support (CPR) for the Healthcare Provider at the time of application. Must obtain Los Angeles County Paramedic accreditation within three (3) months of appointment. Due to the performance of some field duties which requires the operation of a personal or City vehicle, valid and appropriate California driver's license and acceptable driving record are required. Supplemental Information Disaster Service Worker: In accordance with Government Code Section 3100, City of El Segundo employees, in the event of a disaster, are considered disaster service workers and may be asked to respond accordingly. The City of El Segundo is an Equal Opportunity Employer, committed to supporting Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion initiatives to build and sustain an environment that values diversity, welcomes opportunities to engage and understand others, and fosters a sense of belonging. FIREFIGHTERS ASSOCIATION (FFA) Benefit Summary PERS Retirement : 3% @ 55, single highest year.Classic memberemployees pay full 12% PERS Member Share 2.7%@57 for new members hired on or after 1/1/13 with three year average final compensation and payment of 50% of normal cost (12%). Retiree Medical: City offers paid retiree medical insurance at same rate as active employees. Medical Insurance : $1,750.00/month for employeeand dependents' medical insurance under PERS. Basic level EAP coverage paid by the City. Optical/Dental/Life/AD&D : Premiums paid by the employee. Premium monthly amount is added back to monthly salary. $50,000 term life policy. Flex Plan: Section 125 Plan, allows for payment of employee paid insurance medical treatment, and dependent care expenses with pre-tax dollars. Deferred Compensation : Voluntary participation in 457 plan. Holidays : Paid 144 hours per year in lieu of holidays. Vacation Leave : 12 days or 6 shifts (1- 7 years); 18 days or 9 shifts (7 - 14 years); 24 days or 12 shifts (after 14 years of service). Leave can be used after one year of service. Annual cash conversion currently suspended. Sick Leave : Eight (8) hours per month or twelve (12) hours per month for shift personnel. Partial payment for accrual over 1,584 hours and percentage of unusedleave paid upon retirement or separation.Effective 10/1/16, sick leave paid at base hourly rate. Bereavement Leave : Four (4) days or two (2) 24-hour shifts for shift personnel per qualifying incident. Longevity Pay: Level I, 6.5 years = $407.77 - $570.24; Level II, 13 years = $990.30 - $1384.87; Level III, 19.5 years = $1572.87 - $2199.50; Level IV, 26 years = $2271.87 - $3177.06. Program frozen for current employees pursuant to MOU provisions. Not available to future employees. Educational Incentive Pay: Depending upon level of education, position held and step within range, may receive pay from $524.28/mo up to $1059.02/mo.Program frozen for current employees pursuant to MOU provisions.Not available to future employees. Certification Pay: Depending upon classification and step within range, may be eligible for Paramedic Level I - $505.27 - $855.36. Other: Voluntary participation in Credit Union Long-Term Disabilitypaid by City Payroll Direct Deposit Up to $4,000 interest free computer loan 05/24 Closing Date/Time: Continuous
CITY OF EL SEGUNDO, CA El Segundo, California, United States
May 22, 2024
Description This is a part-time, non-benefited, at-will position exempt from the classified service. This position will be scheduled to work approximately 10 to 18 hours per week. Afternoon, evening, Friday and Saturday hours are required. This recruitment process is open on a continuous basis and may close at any time. Interested individuals are encouraged to apply immediately. Only online applications will be accepted for this recruitment. Applicants appearing best qualified based upon a review of the application and responses to supplemental questions will be invited to participate in the testing process. Under moderate supervision, the Recreation Leader organizes, conducts and supervises a variety of recreational programs and activities; performs related duties as required. This classification is further distinguished from Senior Recreation Leader in that it does not supervise staff groups but may provide direction to Recreation Assistants and volunteers. Essential Job Functions ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: Essential functions, as defined under the Americans with Disabilities Act, may include the following duties and responsibilities, knowledge, skills and other characteristics. This list of duties and responsibilities is ILLUSTRATIVE ONLY and is not a comprehensive listing of all functions and tasks performed by positions in this class. Characteristic Duties and Responsibilities: Organizes, conducts and supervises free play and team activities for children and adults; Officiates and instructs in games such as basketball, softball, football, baseball, volleyball, track and field; Instructs fundamentals of play and sports conduct in recreational activities; Organizes and conducts non-athletic events and programs including contests, special activity days, tournaments, and holiday programs; Instructs and supervises in arts and crafts, singing and other various activities offered; Collects and accounts for money received for programs as well as keeps records and prepares reports; Monitors all activities to ensure safety of participants; Assists in maintaining recreational facilities by performing light custodial maintenance, if needed; Displays courteous and professional behavior and customer service toward all patrons, contract instructors, other employees and supervisors; Responds promptly and courteously to inquiries from the public, outside agencies and employees; Answers phone calls and assist in-person customers regarding general inquiries, requests and reservations; Effectively communicates verbally to supervisor, staff and participants; Process class and program registrations using computer software; Handles daily onsite monitoring and inspection of scheduled facility classes and/or registrations; Coordinates and updates the bulletin boards, display cases and other promotional signage at various city and recreation facilities and parks; Processes Recreation ID Card purchases at various recreation facilities; Effectively communicate verbally to coordinator; Responsible for enforcing park and facility rules; and Performs other duties as assigned. Qualifications QUALIFICATIONS: Knowledge of: Recreation planning and administration; Knowledge of recreational needs of senior citizens, adults, teens, youth and children; and Policies, rules, and regulations governing the conduct and safety of persons using the recreational facilities and equipment. Ability to: Develop, coordinate, and direct varied activities involved in a community recreation program; Supervise and monitor games and team activities; Establish and maintain effective working relationships with employees, supervisors, participants, instructors and the general public; Monitor the work of Recreation Assistant staff and volunteers; Interpret recreation programs and policies for the public in support of departmental policies; Inspect the maintenance of facilities and equipment used in recreation programs to ensure their adequacy and safety; Assist with Citywide special events; Assist with the maintenance of recreational facilities, as needed; Communicate effectively with the public and co-workers; Regularly and predictably attend work; Follow directions from a supervisor; Understand posted work rules and procedures; Accept constructive criticism; Establish and maintain effective working relationships with other department staff, other City employees and the public; and This position may be required to work weekends and holidays. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: A combination of experience and education that would likely provide the required knowledge and skills may be qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge and skills would be: Experience : One (1) year of experience in customer service, community service, childcare, babysitting, working with seniors, coaching or playing a sport, and/or volunteer work in a related field. Education : Equivalent to graduation from high school. Licensing/Certification Requirements: Within six months of hire, obtain First Aid, CPR and AED Certification through American Red Cross. Working Conditions: Regularly exposed to weather conditions. Regularly required to lift and/or carry heavy objects up to 50 pounds. Disaster Service Worker : In accordance with Government Code Section 3100, City of El Segundo employees in the event of a disaster, are considered disaster service workers and may be asked to respond accordingly. Non-represented part-time, hourly positions do not qualify for City benefits, except as required by law. Employees are enrolled in Social Security upon hire. Hourly employees may not exceed 999 hours in a fiscal year basis (July 1 through June 30) unless previously authorized. There are no rights to employment and employment may end with or without cause or advance notice. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
CITY OF EL SEGUNDO, CA El Segundo, California, United States
May 21, 2024
Full Time
Description This is an Open-Competitive recruitment. There are currently two vacancies in the Human Resources department. One vacancy will be responsible for performing the following functions: Workers' Compensation, general liability, safety and risk management. The second vacancy will be responsible for performing the following functions: benefits (CalPERS health and retirement), classification and compensation, and employee leaves. This position is open until filled; however, candidates are encouraged to apply immediately. Only online applications will be accepted for this recruitment. This recruitment requires a resume be submitted with the online application to be considered complete. Essential Job Functions DEFINITION: Performs journey-level professional and administrative and analytical duties in support of one or more Human Resources or Risk Management program areas, including classification and compensation, labor and employee relations, recruitment and selection, benefits administration, training and employee development, workers’ compensation, general liability, industrial safety, and risk management and loss control. Provides responsible staff assistance to the Human Resources Director and/or Human Resources Manager. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS: This is the journey level classification in the Analyst series. The Senior Human Resources Analyst position is distinguished from the Human Resources Analyst by the complexity of duties assigned, the responsibility for coordinating a human resources program area, significant communications with citywide management, and a greater degree of independence and decision-making. SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND EXERCISED: Receives general supervision from the Human Resources Director and/or Human Resources Manager. May provide functional and technical direction to professional, technical, or administrative staff. ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: Essential functions, as defined under the Americans with Disabilities Act, may include the following duties and responsibilities, knowledge, skills and other characteristics. This list of duties and responsibilities is ILLUSTRATIVE ONLY, and is not a comprehensive listing of all functions and tasks performed by positions in this class. The Senior Human Resources Analyst is competent in performing the below duties and provides responsible and analytical support. Incumbents may not perform all the listed functions and/or may be required to perform additional or different functions from those below, to address business needs or changing business practices: Characteristic Duties and Responsibilities: Positions in this classification typically perform a full range of duties at a level of complexity represented by the following types of responsibilities: Provides administrative and management assistance to department executives, managers, and other City personnel regarding human resources and risk management matters including but not limited to the following areas: recruitment and selection, classification and compensation, employee and labor relations, performance management, worker’s compensation, general liability claims, health and safety, and training and development; Coordinates and facilitates administrative, human resources, or risk management functions; participates in the development of department budget, goals and objectives; Provides functional and technical direction to other Human Resources staff and/or consultants; Researches, compiles, and analyzes data from various sources including Human Resources Information Systems and Enterprise Resources Planning (ERP); prepares comprehensive technical reports and summaries; interprets data, identifies alternatives, prepares and presents reports of findings, and makes sound recommendations; Prepares and presents staff reports, correspondence, policies, procedures, handbooks, manuals, rules and regulations, resolutions or publications relating to human resources and/or risk management administration; Provides professional-level staff support to departmental committees, boards and other groups, including coordinating meeting schedules and agendas, facilitating meetings, etc.; represents the department at meetings and commits the department to a course of action; may coordinate and facilitate City-wide functions and events; represents the Department with external agencies, organizations and professional groups; Responds to inquiries from employees, elected officials, management, outside agencies, and the public; Interprets and monitors compliance with governing documents, including, but not limited to MOUs, Personnel Rules, City Municipal Code, Employer-Employee Relations Resolution, and Administrative Code; Resolves discrepancies or procedural problems and responds to program administration and/or delivery questions ensuring necessary follow-up occurs; assists with, provides input and monitors Department records for operational and budget development and accountability; Plans, coordinates, develops, and designs recruitment and selection activities including assessment and selection instruments, test administration, job brochures and advertisements; responds to employment and recruitment inquiries from applicants and the public; screens job applications; prepares correspondence to applicants; monitors pre- and post-employment processes; Process and maintain confidentiality of various records and forms relating to personnel actions, benefits, and litigation; Process employee requests for leave programs (disability, FMLA) and the benefits associated with the transition to retirement healthcare; Facilitates interactive process meetings; Administer the City’s Department of Transportation (DOT) Drug & Alcohol Program; Administer the City’s workers’ compensation and general liability claims, Department of Labor and OSHA reporting, City insurance programs, and vendor Certificates of Insurance; Coordinate and facilitate environmental testing and protocols at City facilities; Attends professional organization meetings; Acts as a liaison with outside counsel, brokers, and consultants as assigned; Stays abreast of changes in laws and trends affecting public sector human resources programs and activities; Regularly and predictably attends work, and; Performs related duties as assigned. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND OTHER CHARACTERISTICS: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential function. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Knowledge of: Principles, practices, techniques and methods of human resources and risk management and program administration; Pertinent Federal, State and local laws, regulations, ordinances, and policies impacting personnel, employment and risk management; Organizational and management practices as applied to the analysis and evaluation of programs, policies, and operational needs; Research methods and practices; Principles and procedures of statistical and administrative record keeping; Effective contact administration; Human Resources Informational Systems (HRIS), applicant tracking systems, word processing, database, spreadsheet and presentation software; Basic budgeting procedures and financial record keeping; Principles and practices of workload organization and priority setting; Business and report writing, and; Modern office methods, practices, procedures and equipment. Skill in: Performing complex professional level administrative and analytical work; Interpreting and applying laws, ordinances and policies; Conducting research, analyzing statistical and other data, and preparing and presenting reports; Providing accurate information and explaining laws, policies and procedures to others; Working cooperatively on internal and external committees and task forces; Providing functional and technical direction to support staff or consultants; Developing and delivering professional and technical training; Analyzing, evaluating, and recommending improvements to department operations, programs and services; Performing statistical analysis; Understanding and applying regulations, procedures and guidelines; Using public relations techniques in responding to inquiries and complaints; Maintaining confidentiality of sensitive information; Making sound, independent decisions within established policy and procedural guidelines; Communicating clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing; Appearing for work on time; Following directions from a supervisor; Understanding and following posted work rules and procedures; Accepting constructive criticism; Working under pressure, handling significant problems and tasks that arise simultaneously and/or unexpectedly, and Establishing, maintaining, and fostering positive and effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work, and functioning effectively in a confidential work environment. Qualifications QUALIFICATIONS: A combination of experience and training that would likely provide the required knowledge, skills and abilities may be qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be: Experience: Four (4) years of increasingly responsible human resources experience, including one (1) year of supervisory experience. Public sector experience is highly desirable. Education: A Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with major coursework in Business Administration, Public Administration or a closely related field is required. License/Certificates: Due to the performance of some field duties which requires the operation of a personal or City vehicle, valid and appropriate California driver's license and acceptable driving record are required. Supplemental Information Disaster Service Worker: In accordance with Government Code Section 3100, City of El Segundo employees, in the event of a disaster, are considered disaster service workers and may be asked to respond accordingly. The City of El Segundo is an Equal Opportunity Employer, committed to supporting Diversity, Equity and Inclusion initiatives to build and sustain an environment that values diversity, welcomes opportunities to engage and understand others, and fosters a sense of belonging. MANAGEMENT/ CONFIDENTIALEMPLOYEES (M&C) Benefit Summary PERS Retirement : Miscellaneous employees - Tier I-2% @ 55 . Tier II-2%@60 for individuals employed by the City on or after 12/30/12 who are already PERS members.Tier I and II members pay 7% of PERS member share and 1% shall be employee-paid cost-sharing of the City's contribution under Gov. Code section 20516(a).Single highest year is coordinated with Social Security and Medicare. PERS 2%@62 for new employees/members hired on or after 1/1/13.Three year average coordinated with Social Security and Medicare.Members pay 50% of normal cost (6.75%). Safety employees (Battalion Chiefs) - 3% @ 55 for current employees and individuals hired by the City who are already PERS members.Single highest year. Employees pay a total of 12% towards retirement. 2.7%@5 7 for new employees/members hired on or after 1/1/13.Three year average final compensation.Members pay 50% of normal cost . Social Security: The City matches employee’s Social Security contribution, which is 6.2% of your salary and is made on a pre-tax basis. The 2024 Social Security income cap is $168,600. Medical -Monthly medical contribution of $1,750 ($932 for medical and $818 for flex dollars). Flex dollars may be used toward a medical premium and/or deferred compensation plan. Employees are responsible for paying any out-of-pocket balance of the medical plan premium through a pre-tax payroll deduction. Deferred Compensation: Voluntary participation in Mission Sqaure 457 plan. Dental & Vision :MetLife Dental and VSP vision benefits are provided. Flex Plan :Section 125 Plan, allows for payment of employee-paid insurance, medical treatment, and dependent care expenses with pre-tax dollars. Employee Assistance Program : Employees are eligible for the basic level of service. Life Insurance :$50,000 term life policy provided by City; employee can purchase additional self and dependent coverage at group rates. Long-Term Disability: In addition to basic LTD plan (662/3 % of first $9,750 after 60-day waiting period), City provides Executive LTD which pays 75% of first $12,000 of employee's salary less the amount of any other income, up to a total of $2,500.Applies to non job-related occurrences.90 day waiting period. Holidays :11 fixed paid holidays plus one day of personal leave/floating holiday per year.Battalion Chiefs paid 156 hours. Vacation Leave :96 hours (1-5 years); 120 hours (6 - 10 years); 144 hours (11 - 14 years): 200 hours after 14 years.Leave can be used after 6 months of service.Annual cash conversion option. Upon reaching "E" step, employees accrue vacation based on total years of public sector service. Sick Leave :8 hours per month. Administrative Leave: Mid-Management and Confidential positions shall recieveup to 56 hours per calendar yearupon reccommendation of the Department Director and approval of the City Manager. Bereavement Leave: Three (3) working days (or 40 hours where travel is 500 miles or more) for qualifying incident. Tuition Reimbursement :Up to $2,000/year for work-related college courses. Cell Phone Stipend: City cell phone provided depending on position. Educational Incentive Pay :Battalion Chief $1170.19/mo for Bachelor's, $1755.28 for Master's. Certification Pay :$585.09 Chief Officer Cert Pay for Battalion Chiefs. Other : Uniform Allowance ($40/mo) for Battalion Chiefs; Voluntary participation in Credit Union; Payroll Direct Deposit; Long-Term Care (premiums paid by employee). 1/14; 12/15; 8/19; 8/22; 24 Closing Date/Time: Continuous
CITY OF EL SEGUNDO, CA El Segundo, California, United States
May 11, 2024
Description DEFINITION: This is a part-time, non-benefitted, at-will position exempt from the classified service. Provides safety and protection to pool patrons by explaining and enforcing rules to prevent accidents, and when required, makes rescues and performs emergency care. The lifeguard is required to work morning, day, and evening hours, including weekends. SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND EXERCISED: Receives direct supervision from the Aquatics Manager, Aquatics Recreation Supervisor, Aquatics Recreation Coordinator or Senior Lifeguard. Essential Job Functions Essential functions, as defined under the Americans with Disabilities Act, may include the following duties and responsibilities, knowledge, skills and other characteristics. This list of duties and responsibilities is ILLUSTRATIVE ONLY and is not a comprehensive listing of all functions and tasks performed by positions in this class. Characteristic Duties and Responsibilities: Positions in this classification typically perform a full range of duties at a level of complexity represented by the following types of responsibilities: Protects the life and well-being of each and every patron by implementing the latest safety procedures, policies, rules, regulations and ordinances set forth by both the American Red Cross and City of El Segundo; Prevents patron accidents; Rescues swimmers in danger of drowning and administers cardiopulmonary resuscitation and emergency first aid as needed; Enforces safety rules and ordinances. In an emergency, the Lifeguard must think quickly and clearly, in some cases taking personal risks and exerting considerable physical effort; May conduct beginning to advanced swim level courses; Assists in the basic maintenance and upkeep of the pool and facility; Attends all in-service trainings; Follows oral and written instructions; Regularly and predictably attends work; and Performs related duties as assigned. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND OTHER CHARACTERISTICS: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential function. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Knowledge of: Lifesaving methods and application of first aid; Pool safety and procedures; Methods and practices of pool cleaning and maintenance; Teaching principles and practices, swimming instruction techniques and methods; and Safe work practices. Skill in: Performing a wide variety of swimming and diving skills; Effectively enforcing safety and health regulations relating to aquatics programs; Rescuing distressed swimmers and performing emergency care; Possessing sufficient strength, agility, hearing, and vision to perform the duties of a Lifeguard; Maintaining presence of mind in emergency situations; Using safety equipment; Communicating verbally in a clear and concise manner; Promoting a positive, friendly and energetic work environment; Regularly and predictably attending work; Following directions from a supervisor; Understanding and following posted work rules and procedures; Accepting constructive criticism; and Establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with employees, supervisors, participants, instructors, and the general public. Qualifications A combination of experience and training that would likely provide the required knowledge and skills may be qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge and skills would be: Experience: Must be at least 15 ½ years of age. Previous aquatic work experience, strong leadership skills and athletic background are highly desirable. Education: Completion of formal or informal education at a level that provides the ability to read and write at a level required by the job. Licensing/Certificates: Current American Red Cross certification in the following: First Aid, CPR & AED for the Professional Rescuer, Lifeguard Training at the time of application. Working conditions: The work is regularly performed indoors and outdoors in variable weather conditions. Must be able to work in an outdoor public pool environment. May be required to work a varied schedule, which may include days, evenings, weekends and holidays. Will be required to wear uniform while on duty. Supplemental information: Individuals in this classification are required to successfully pass a background check that complies with Public Resources Code section 5164, which mandates that a city that hires a person to work at a park, playground, recreational center or beach, in a position having supervisory or disciplinary authority over a minor, shall complete an application that inquires whether that individual has been convicted of specified criminal offenses. Disaster Service Worker: In accordance with Government Code Section 3100, City of El Segundo employees, in the event of a disaster, are considered disaster service workers and may be asked to respond accordingly. The City of El Segundo is an Equal Opportunity Employer, committed to supporting Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion initiatives to build and sustain an environment that values diversity, welcomes opportunities to engage and understand others, and fosters a sense of belonging. Non-represented part-time, hourly positions do not qualify for City benefits, except as required by law. Employees are enrolled in Social Security upon hire. Hourly employees may not exceed 999 hours in a fiscal year basis (July 1 through June 30) unless previously authorized. There are no rights to employment and employment may end with or without cause or advance notice. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
CITY OF EL SEGUNDO, CA El Segundo, California, United States
Apr 21, 2024
Description This is a part-time, at-will position exempt from the classified service. This position will work a varied schedule of hours including nights, holidays and weekends. The Senior Video Technician II will be utilized on an on-call as-needed basis, dependent upon the needs of the City to cover various events. Under general supervision, this position performs a variety of technical duties including live and taped video production for City programs, meetings and events, camera operation, non-linear editing, writing for productions, and related duties as assigned. Essential Job Functions Essential functions, as defined under the Americans with Disabilities Act, may include the following duties and responsibilities, knowledge, skills and other characteristics. This list of duties and responsibilities is ILLUSTRATIVE ONLY, and is not a comprehensive listing of all functions and tasks performed by positions in this class. Operates video production equipment, including, but not limited to, cameras and camera support equipment, audio and lighting equipment, video switchers and routers, teleprompters and recording devices, program scheduling and playback equipment, and video editing and graphics systems; Performs as producer, co-producer, director, writer, editor and/or talent for various projects; Coordinates with appropriate elected officials, City Departments and public for any special programming and/or requests; Schedules times, books locations and secures talent for production; and Performs tasks to support administrative functions of the Division, and other related duties, as assigned. Knowledge, Skills and Other Characteristics: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential function. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Knowledge of: Video production theory and practices; Editing systems and production equipment; and Computers and associated software programs used in video production. Skill in: Directing the development and production of cable television programs; Analyzing technical problems and implementing effective corrective action; Developing and implementing effective program procedures; Researching and developing program ideas and concepts; Utilizing public relations techniques responding to inquiries and complaints; Training, evaluating and motivating employees, volunteers and students; and Establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with staff, elected officials, other City Departments and the local public. Qualifications Minimum Qualifications: A combination of experience and training that would likely provide the required knowledge, skills, and abilities may be qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be: Experience: Three (3) years of increasingly responsible experience in television or video production that includes experience editing in a formal post-production environment. Experience editing with Adobe Premiere Pro is highly desirable. Education: Associate of Art degree. License/Certificates: Due to the performance of some field duties which requires the operation of a personal or City vehicle, valid and appropriate California driver's license and acceptable driving record are required. Please Note: Candidates deemed most qualified, as reflected in their application materials, will be invited to continue in the recruitment process. The prospective candidate must successfully complete a thorough background review, including being fingerprinted by the El Segundo Police Department. The resulting report of your conviction history, (if any), will be evaluated along with the other information received in connection with your application. Except as otherwise required by law, a criminal conviction will not necessarily disqualify you from the position. The nature, date, surrounding circumstances, and the relevance of the offense to the position applied for may, however, be considered. Disaster Service Worker: In accordance with Government Code Section 3100, City of El Segundo Employees, in the event of a disaster, are considered disaster service workers and may be asked to respond accordingly. The City of El Segundo is an Equal Opportunity Employer, committed to supporting Diversity Equity and Inclusion initiatives to build and sustain an environment that values diversity, welcomes opportunities to engage and understand others, and fosters a sense of belonging. Non-represented part-time, hourly positions do not qualify for City benefits, except as required by law. Employees are enrolled in Social Security upon hire. Hourly employees may not exceed 999 hours in a fiscal year basis (July 1 through June 30) unless previously authorized. There are no rights to employment and employment may end with or without cause or advance notice.
CITY OF EL SEGUNDO, CA El Segundo, California, United States
Apr 21, 2024
Description ABOUT THE POLICE CADET PROGRAM: The Police Cadet position is aimed at individuals considering a career in law enforcement. Participants in the Cadet Program gain exposure to, and an understanding of, police work performed in a municipal police department. Police Cadets serve as non-sworn police auxiliary personnel and perform various clerical and beginning level technical support police work under general supervision as part of an intern/apprentice program. As the Police Cadet program is designed as a career preparation internship, concurrent enrollment in equivalent to a minimum of 12 semester units at a community college or university is required (Police Cadet applicants and employees are required to maintain a grade "C" average or higher). The Police Department is currently recruiting for part-time, non-benefited, at-will position exempt from the classified service. This position will work an average of 19 hours per week. APPLICATION AND SELECTION PROCEDURE: This recruitment process is open on a continuous basis and may close at any time. Interested individuals are encouraged to apply immediately. Only online applications will be accepted for this recruitment. Applicants appearing best qualified based upon a review of the application, standards of the Police Cadet program, and responses to supplemental questions will be invited to participate in the testing process. Candidates selected following the interviews will move on to the background step of the selection process. All employment offers are conditional and based on candidate's successful completion of a criminal records check, polygraph exam, extensive personal background investigation, final interview with the Police Chief or designee, and a City paid medical evaluation (includes drug and alcohol screen). Essential Job Functions Essential functions, as defined under the Americans with Disabilities Act, may include the following duties and responsibilities, knowledge, skills and other characteristics. This list of duties and responsibilities is ILLUSTRATIVE ONLY, and is not a comprehensive listing of all functions and tasks performed by positions in this class. Characteristic Duties and Responsibilities: Copies and shreds documents; receives, sorts and distributes incoming and outgoing mail; files and retrieves documents and records; interacts with the public and provides factual information about Department procedures or services; prepares routine reports and forms; orders supplies as directed. Directs traffic and provides related assistance at traffic or accident scenes; identifies violations of parking laws and issues citations; tags abandoned vehicles for impound. Assists staff in performing day-to-day tasks; participates in and provides support to special projects and events. Cleans and/or washes police vehicles; performs minor maintenance at the police station, including changing light bulbs, emptying trash, etc. as directed. Qualifications Minimum Qualifications: Must have any combination of education or experience equivalent to a High School Diploma, some college coursework, and a demonstrated interest in a law enforcement career. Must be currently enrolled in a minimum of 12 college semester units. Incumbents must maintain a course load of at least 12 college semester units/quarter system equivalent, and maintain a grade "C" average or higher. Licensing/Certification Requirements: Valid California Class C Driver License Knowledge, Skills and Other Characteristics: Knowledge of basic office practices and related equipment operation. Skill understanding and following oral and written directions. Skill understanding and applying City and Department rules, regulations, policies, procedures and laws. Skill operating various types of office equipment. Skill maintaining records and preparing various forms and reports. Skill establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with other department staff, other City employees and the public. Working Conditions: Work may be performed primarily in a field setting under a full range of environmental conditions and/or in a traditional office setting. Cadets may work with and/or in close proximity to chemicals, blood products, and various controlled substances. Irregular work assignments, and work on holidays/evenings may be required. Supplemental Information The City of El Segundo is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Non-represented part-time, hourly positions do not qualify for City benefits, except as required by law. Employees are enrolled in Social Security upon hire. Hourly employees may not exceed 999 hours in a fiscal year basis (July 1 through June 30) unless previously authorized. There are no rights to employment and employment may end with or without cause or advance notice. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
CITY OF EL SEGUNDO, CA El Segundo, California, United States
Apr 21, 2024
Full Time
Description Earn competitive bonuses and premier benefits, while serving a friendly, family-oriented beach community. Come join the Exceptional Law Enforcement team in the City of El Segundo. NOTE: This opening is for Lateral Officers who are currently employed OR Police Academy Graduates ONLY. WHO WE ARE Located in a beautiful beach city of the Santa Monica Bay and three miles from the Los Angeles International Airport, the El Segundo Police Department serves a community that exhibits a safe place to live, work and visit. Our organization is dedicated to providing the highest level of professionalism and customer service through a community-oriented policing and problem solving philosophy. We take part in unparalleled partnership with our community to identify problems for the purposes of making long-term improvements in the safety and quality of life within our city. El Segundo is the home of the Los Angeles Air Force Base, the Los Angeles Lakers and Los Angeles Kings training facility, as well as one of Chevron's largest oil refineries. DESCRIPTION Under general supervision, performs law enforcement work in a community-oriented policing model through patrol, crime prevention, investigation, community partnership and special assignment detail. Essential Job Functions As defined under the Americans with Disabilities Act, may include the following duties and responsibilities, knowledge, skills and other characteristics. This list of duties and responsibilities is ILLUSTRATIVE ONLY, and is not a comprehensive listing of all functions and tasks performed by positions in this class. Characteristic Duties and Responsibilities: Duties vary based upon assignment and may include, but are not limited to, the following: Patrols an assigned area and responds to calls for service, searching for indicators of criminal activity, traffic and other law violations, and threats to life and property, which may include conducting traffic stops; issuing warnings or citations; checking vehicles and observing occupants of vehicles; making field contacts; conducting preliminary and follow up investigations; preparing required reports; providing emergency medical care as necessary; observing, monitoring, and directing traffic conditions; assisting and advising motorists; and enforcing laws Makes arrests as necessary; serves warrants; interviews victims, complainants, and witnesses; interrogates suspects; gathers and preserves evidence; receives, searches, and books prisoners; fingerprints and transports prisoners; testifies and presents evidence in court Attends briefings, training sessions, and professional development activities Conducts neighborhood crime prevention programs; prepares and presents special programs to community groups and school classes designed to increase community awareness of police department service programs; prepares and gives presentations to school conferences and assemblies; conducts basic research and prepares reports regarding crime prevention systems and procedures Communicates with members of the community to identify problems and needs of the area and make recommendations for improvements in safety and quality of life Performs follow-up investigations of economic, property, person, or narcotics related crimes; evaluates crime reports and reviews criminal history information; makes recommendations regarding case disposition; prepares, obtains, and serves warrants; prepares and presents cases to the District Attorney's Office Performs field training responsibilities including conducting on the job field training, providing mentoring and guidance, and supervising and evaluating trainees Performs administrative functions related to personnel and training such as hiring, background investigations coordinating training, and supervising and evaluating part-time, non-sworn staff Counsels victims, juveniles, and parents of juveniles; provides information and refers to other agencies for further assistance; maintains contact with local schools and the School Attendance Review Board Assists the public and answers questions; administers first aid and responds to calls for medical assistance; establishes and maintains good relationships with the general public May participate in or be assigned to special assignments, programs, or teams such as canine, detectives, field training officer, range staff, customs, SWAT, specialized interagency task force, hostage negotiation or court liaison Performs minor maintenance on assigned patrol vehicle, and other equipment Perform other duties as assigned Qualifications MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Experience/Training: Currently employed peace officer in CA (for Laterals only) Academy Graduate (must be approved by El Segundo PD) Note: Out-of-State Applicants will be required to attend an ESPD - approved Police Academy. Once appointed, all officers are place in our 5-month field training program. Exceptions will be based upon determination of the department. Education: High School Diploma. California G.E.D accepted. Note:Upon appointment, candidates will qualify for 100% Tuition Reimbursement for BA/MA Degrees Graduation from a California P.O.S.T. approved Regular Basic Course (academy) at the time of appointment or successful completion of the P.O.S.T. Basic Course Waiver examination process is required. Acceptance of a waiver is at the discretion of the Chief of Police. Candidates may qualify and test for the position while currently enrolled in a P.O.S.T. approved academy, but eligible list placement is conditional and contingent upon successful academy graduation. Previous law enforcement experience is highly desirable. Special Requirements: Must be 21 years of age by the time of appointment. Must possess a valid California Class C driver license by the time of appointment. Must be a citizen of the United States or a permanent resident alien who is eligible and has applied for United States citizenship. Must be fingerprinted for purposes of search of local, state, and national fingerprint files to disclose any criminal records. Must be of good moral character, as determined by a thorough background investigation. Must be free of any felony convictions. Must be of proportional height to weight, be physically able to handle the rigorous duties of police work; possess normal hearing and color perception, minimum vision of 20/100 in each eye, correctable to 20/20. Prior to appointment, candidates must successfully complete a polygraph test, psychological and medical examination, and an extensive background investigation process. Smoking and/or the use of tobacco products on or off duty are prohibited as a condition of employment. Any visible tattoo(s), body art and/or body piercings are prohibited while performing department duties. Knowledge, Skills and Other Characteristics: Considerable knowledge of Federal, State and City laws, ordinances, and department regulations related to policing, e.g. laws of arrest, rules of evidence, etc. Knowledge of modern law enforcement, patrol, investigation, public relations, and report writing practices and procedures. Working knowledge of public relations techniques; interagency communication/assistance techniques and practices. Ability to learn, understand, and interpret laws and regulations, as well as departmental policy and procedures. Ability to analyze situations quickly and objectively to determine the proper course of action; and cope with situations firmly, courteously and tactfully, and with respect for the rights of others. Ability to observe accurately and remember faces, numbers, incidents, and places. Ability to prepare accurate and grammatically correct written reports. Ability to properly use and care for firearms. Ability to obtain information through interview, interrogation, and observation. Knowledge of and ability to use computers, databases, and common software programs. Ability to make clear and concise radio transmissions. Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing. Ability to maintain effective working relationships with staff, supervisors, co-workers, other City employees, City officials, and the general public. Supplemental Information AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER The City of El Segundo does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, ancestry, disability, marital status, age, sex or sexual orientation. The City of El Segundo maintains and enforces a zero-tolerance policy relating to substance abuse and maintains a smoke-free workplace. Police Officers Association (POA) Benefit Summary PERS Retirement : Tier I - 3%@50 for individuals employed as of 10/5/12.Tier II- 3%@55 for individuals employed by the City on or after 10/6/12 who are already PERS members.Single highest year. 2.7%@57 for new employees/members hired on or after 1/1/13.Three year average final compensation.Members pay 50% of normal cost (12%). Retiree Medical :City offers paid retiree medical insurance at same rate as active employees. Medical Insurance: City contributes $1,650.00/mo. (effective 1/1/21) for employee and dependents' medical insurance under PERS. Optical/Dental/Life/AD&D: City contributes $135/month. Employee & eligible dependents may be covered for optical and dental. $10,000 term life policy provided by City; employee can purchase additional self and dependent coverage at group rates. AD&D insurance policies provided for employees. Flex Plan: Section 125 Plan, allows for payment of employee paid insurance medical treatment, and dependent care expenses with pre-tax dollars. Holidays: Paid 120 hours per year in lieu of holidays Vacation Leave: 96 hours (1-5 yrs); 120 hours (6-10 yrs); 144 hours (11-15 yrs); 176 hours (16 yrs); 192 hours (17 years); increasing 8 hours each year thereafter until a maximum of 256 hours for 25 years is reached. Hired prior to 7/1/94 : 96 hours (1-7 years); 136 hours (8-14 years): 176 hours (15-16 years); 184 hours (17 years), increasing 8 hours each year thereafter until a maximum of 256 hours for 25 years is reached. Sick Leave: Eight (8) hours per month. Percentage of unused leave paid upon retirement or separation. Bereavement Leave: Three (3) days [or 40 hours when travel beyond 500 miles is required] per qualifying incident. Tuition Reimbursement: 100% of cost of tuition and books at UCLA/UCI rates, whichever is higher, for undergraduate or graduate courses. Educational Incentive Pay: Hired prior to 2/21/2017 Depending upon level of education, position held and step within range, may receive pay from $270.39 to $1622.85. Hired on or after 2/21/2017 Bachelor's education incentive pay applies. Differential Pay: Detective / SPA / K-9 Officer $425.84 designated by the Chief of Police Motor Officer $511.01 Sergeants $640.19 Bilingual Officer $283.90 Sergeants $355.66 Other: Voluntary participation in Credit Union; Deferred Compensation Program (457); Payroll Direct Deposit; Up to $4,000 interest free computer loan. 2/15; 3/15; 6/15; 2/17 Closing Date/Time: Continuous
CITY OF EL SEGUNDO, CA El Segundo, California, United States
Apr 21, 2024
Full Time
Description SALARY: $5,038.42 - $6,124.22 Monthly $60,461.04- $73,490.64 Annually Excellent Benefits Educational Reimbursement Paid Police Academy Fees Uniform and Equipment Allowance Upon graduation from Police Academy and swearing-in by Chief of Police, Police Officers can receive the following incentives: Monthly salary up to $9,549.50* Longevity Pay* 100% Tuition Reimbursement* Special Assignment Pay Opportunities* Holiday Pay* * Per Police Officer Association Memorandum of Understanding (October 1, 2018-September 30, 2021) WHO WE ARE: El Segundo, incorporated in 1917, is home to approximately 17,000 residents and is known as a major aeronautical and industrial business center. The City is headquarters to several corporations including Mattel, Chevron and most recently, the Los Angeles Times. El Segundo is also home to the Los Angeles Lakers and Kings training facilities. The El Segundo Police Department is a full service agency, providing the highest levels of crime prevention and quality service to a community that strongly supports its public safety members. The Department's mission is to provide a safe and secure community while treating all people with dignity and respect. Under close supervision, incumbents in this non-sworn, entry-level position complete a formal, comprehensive California Peace Officer Standards and Training (P.O.S.T.) Certified Basic Academy training program of about 26-weeks duration and perform other related work as required. Upon successful completion of the mandatory policy academy, trainees may be elevated to the rank of sworn Police Officer at the discretion of the Chief of Police. Essential Job Functions Essential functions, as defined under the Americans with Disabilities Act, may include the following duties and responsibilities, knowledge, skills and other characteristics. This list of duties and responsibilities is ILLUSTRATIVE ONLY, and is not a comprehensive listing of all functions and tasks performed by positions in this class. Characteristic Duties and Responsibilities: Position in this classification typically perform a full range of duties at a level of complexity represented by the following types of responsibilities: Attend scheduled training sessions; Participate in physical fitness regimen as required by Academy; Learn principles, practices and theory of criminal and civil law enforcement; Learn basic criminal investigation processes and techniques, including the identification, collection, and preservation of evidence, courtroom testimony, and witness interrogation; Learn to prepare various reports, including but not limited to vehicle reports, crime reports, suspect information reports, and missing persons reports; Learn to respond to radio and computer messages and calls for service; Learn techniques to make arrests as necessary; Learn to investigate crimes, traffic collisions, and suspicious activities; Learn to interview victims, complainants and witnesses; Learn to detain and interrogate suspects; Learn to analyze situations and make decisions appropriately under stressful situations; Learn to collect and preserve evidence; Learn to testify and present evidence in court; Learn to direct traffic, including regulation of vehicle flow at times of emergency or congestion; Learn to stop drivers who are operating vehicles in violation of laws and issue citations as necessary; and May be required to work shifts, weekends or holidays. Qualifications QUALIFICATIONS GUIDELINES: Minimum Qualifications: High School Diploma, pass the General Education Development test indicating high school graduation level, pass the California High School Proficiency Examination, or have attained a two-year, four-year, or advanced degree from an accredited college or university. Candidates who have successfully completed a full-time California P.O.S.T Certified Basic Police Academy or currently attending an Academy (with a ranking within the top 25 percentile of their class) may be allowed to substitute their academy training in lieu of having to attend the City's mandatory academy. The decision is at the sole discretion of the Chief of Police. Licensing/Certification Requirements: Must possess a valid California Class "C" Driver's License. Age: Must be a minimum of 20 ½ years of age at the time of the written test. Special Requirements: Must be of proportional height to weight, be physically able to handle the rigorous duties of police work; Possess normal hearing and color perception, minimum vision of 20/100 in each eye, correctable to 20/20; Prior to appointment, candidates must successfully complete a polygraph test, psychological and medical examination, and an extensive background investigation process; Smoking and/or the use of tobacco products on or off duty are prohibited as a condition of employment; and Any visible tattoo(s), body art and/or body piercings are prohibited while performing department duties. Knowledge, Skills and Other Characteristics: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential function. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Ability to communicate effectively, orally and in writing; Ability to read and interpret complex technical documents; Ability to understand and carry out oral and written instructions; Ability to observe, record, and recall pertinent facts and details; Ability to adopt quick, effective and reasonable courses of action, giving due regard to surrounding hazards and circumstances; Ability to learn and apply proper and appropriate use of force techniques; Ability to perform strenuous physical activities; Skill in establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with the members of the public, the community, co-workers and superiors; and Skill in using a personal computer. Police Officers Association (POA) Benefit Summary PERS Retirement : Tier I - 3%@50 for individuals employed as of 10/5/12.Tier II- 3%@55 for individuals employed by the City on or after 10/6/12 who are already PERS members.Single highest year. 2.7%@57 for new employees/members hired on or after 1/1/13.Three year average final compensation.Members pay 50% of normal cost (12%). Retiree Medical :City offers paid retiree medical insurance at same rate as active employees. Medical Insurance: City contributes $1,650.00/mo. (effective 1/1/21) for employee and dependents' medical insurance under PERS. Optical/Dental/Life/AD&D: City contributes $135/month. Employee & eligible dependents may be covered for optical and dental. $10,000 term life policy provided by City; employee can purchase additional self and dependent coverage at group rates. AD&D insurance policies provided for employees. Flex Plan: Section 125 Plan, allows for payment of employee paid insurance medical treatment, and dependent care expenses with pre-tax dollars. Holidays: Paid 120 hours per year in lieu of holidays Vacation Leave: 96 hours (1-5 yrs); 120 hours (6-10 yrs); 144 hours (11-15 yrs); 176 hours (16 yrs); 192 hours (17 years); increasing 8 hours each year thereafter until a maximum of 256 hours for 25 years is reached. Hired prior to 7/1/94 : 96 hours (1-7 years); 136 hours (8-14 years): 176 hours (15-16 years); 184 hours (17 years), increasing 8 hours each year thereafter until a maximum of 256 hours for 25 years is reached. Sick Leave: Eight (8) hours per month. Percentage of unused leave paid upon retirement or separation. Bereavement Leave: Three (3) days [or 40 hours when travel beyond 500 miles is required] per qualifying incident. Tuition Reimbursement: 100% of cost of tuition and books at UCLA/UCI rates, whichever is higher, for undergraduate or graduate courses. Educational Incentive Pay: Hired prior to 2/21/2017 Depending upon level of education, position held and step within range, may receive pay from $270.39 to $1622.85. Hired on or after 2/21/2017 Bachelor's education incentive pay applies. Differential Pay: Detective / SPA / K-9 Officer $425.84 designated by the Chief of Police Motor Officer $511.01 Sergeants $640.19 Bilingual Officer $283.90 Sergeants $355.66 Other: Voluntary participation in Credit Union; Deferred Compensation Program (457); Payroll Direct Deposit; Up to $4,000 interest free computer loan. 2/15; 3/15; 6/15; 2/17 Closing Date/Time: Continuous
CITY OF EL SEGUNDO, CA El Segundo, California, United States
Apr 21, 2024
Description Currently there are 3 part-time positions available working up to 20 hours per week including weekdays and weekends. (1) Camps - up to 20 hours per week (1) Clubhouse - up to 20 hours per week (1) Teen Center - up to 20 hours per week To coordinate a specialized activity within a recreational program such as adult and youth sports, after school and camp programs and aquatics, special events, contract classes, senior services, and recreational facilities maintenance and operations. The Recreation Specialist is distinguished from the Senior Recreation Leader based on its responsibility for a broader range of recreation activities and services. This is a part-time, at-will position exempt from the classified service. SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND EXERCISED: Receives general supervision from the Recreation Coordinator and Recreation Supervisor. Provides technical direction and functional supervision of other part-time staff including Recreation Leaders, Senior Recreation Leaders, and volunteers. Essential Job Functions ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: Essential functions, as defined under the Americans with Disabilities Act, may include the following duties and responsibilities, knowledge, skills, and other characteristics. This list of duties and responsibilities is ILLUSTRATIVE ONLY and is not a comprehensive listing of all functions and tasks performed by positions in this class. Characteristic Duties and Responsibilities: Positions in this classification typically perform a full range of duties represented at a complexity represented by the following types of responsibilities below. Incumbents may not perform all the listed functions and/or may be required to perform additional or different functions from those below, to address business needs or changing business practices: Plans, organizes, and conducts various recreational, and cultural activities, events, and programs for all ages including the development and organization of new programs, classes, and camps and related materials ; Leads, trains and evaluates work of assigned part-time staff and volunteers; Assists with staff scheduling and shift coverage; Assists with special event preparations and work the day of the event as assigned; Ensures the safety of all patrons and visitors in recreational programs and facilities; Monitors and maintains a clean and safe work environment, assists with general facility operations and upkeep; Enforces rules, Department Policy, and the City Municipal Code, as necessary; responds and prepares reports related to potential hazardous situations and accidents; Displays courteous and professional behavior toward all internal and external customers; Monitors program compliance with laws, rules, and regulations; Develops and/or monitors program budget and expenses to ensure proper resource allocation; Regularly required to work evenings, weekends, and holidays; Regularly and predictably attends work; and Performs related duties as assigned. In addition to the essential duties listed above, assignments below include the following: Checkout Building: Manages front desk operations at the Checkout Building including answering phones, processing registrations, taking payments, interacting with the public, record keeping and other administrative duties; Utilizes various software to manage reservations and scheduling for park, facility, field, and sports court reservations; and Provides youth sports programming support including conducting meetings and interacting with community groups. Marketing: Utilizes graphic design software such as Canva, InDesign, etc. to prepare department marketing material including print, web, and other media; Prepares the City’s quarterly brochure; Updates the Department’s website and social media channels; Stays abreast of current marketing technologies and trends; and Demonstrates excellent project management skills, including strong attention to detail. Tiny Tot Camp: Under direction, coordinates Tiny Tot Camps including programming, scheduling, record keeping, reporting, and interacting with parents; Serves as the lead staff at the City’s Tiny Tot camp for ages 3-5 during El Segundo Unified School District (ESUSD) winter break (2 weeks), spring break (1 week), and summer break (9 weeks); and Must be available to work camp hours Monday through Friday during all ESUSD winter, spring, and summer breaks. Clubhouse: Provides customer service, reporting, and administrative tasks; and Under direction, assists with the development and implementation of staff led recreation classes of the El Segundo Youth Drama program, including related scheduling, recruiting, and reporting. Farmer’s Market: Under direction, manages weekly Farmer’s market including scheduling staff, securing new vendors for fresh and pre-packaged produce and crafts; maintains all required vendor paperwork; Conducts meetings and interacts with community groups; and Ensures compliance with the County of Los Angeles, City, and other regulations. Special Projects: Assist the Administrative Office in coordinating, developing, and implementation of special projects; Conducts research and analysis to support the creation of new policies, procedures, programs within Recreation, Parks, and Library department; and Writes reports and prepares presentation. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND OTHER CHARACTERISTICS: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential function. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Knowledge of: Principles and practices of recreational activity, planning and administration; Basic principles and practices of supervision, training, and personnel management; Methods, equipment, and terminology in the recreation specialty; Knowledge of recreational needs of senior citizens, adults, teens, youth, and children; Policies, rules, and regulations governing the conduct and safety of persons using the recreational facilities and equipment. Skill in: Providing technical direction and functional supervision of other part-time staff including Recreation Leaders, Senior Recreation Leaders, and volunteers; Effectively communicate both orally and in writing including delivering informative, engaging, and compelling communications; Taking initiative and following through on assigned tasks in area of responsibility; Appearing for work on time; Regularly and predictably attending work; Following directions from a supervisor; Understanding posted work rules and procedures; Accepting constructive criticism; and Establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with other department staff, other City employees and the public. Qualifications A combination of experience and training that would likely provide the required knowledge, skills and abilities may be qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be: Experience : Three or more years of experience as an instructor or leader specific to the program or area assigned. Education: A combination of training and experience equivalent to completion of AA or higher college degree with specialized training in a particular field of recreation activity. Licensing/Certificates : Within six months of hire, obtain First Aid, CPR and AED Certifications through American Red Cross. Working Conditions: Regularly exposed to weather conditions. Regularly required to lift and/or carry heavy objects up to 50 pounds. Disaster Service Worker: In accordance with Government Code Section 3100, City of El Segundo employees in the event of a disaster, are considered disaster service workers and may be asked to respond accordingly. The City of El Segundo is an Equal Opportunity Employer, committed to supporting Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion initiatives to build and sustain an environment that values diversity, welcomes opportunities to engage and understand others, and fosters a sense of belonging. Non-represented part-time, hourly positions do not qualify for City benefits, except as required by law. Employees are enrolled in Social Security upon hire. Hourly employees may not exceed 999 hours in a fiscal year basis (July 1 through June 30) unless previously authorized. There are no rights to employment and employment may end with or without cause or advance notice. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
CITY OF EL SEGUNDO, CA El Segundo, California, United States
Apr 21, 2024
Description Salary: Up to $20.42 per hour This is a part-time, non-benefited, at-will position exempt from the classified service. This position will be scheduled to work up to 18 hours per week. Afternoon, evening, Friday and Saturday hours are required. This recruitment process is open on a continuous basis and may close at any time. Interested individuals are encouraged to apply immediately. Only online applications will be accepted for this recruitment. Applicants appearing best qualified based upon a review of the application and responses to supplemental questions will be invited to participate in the testing process. Under moderate supervision, provides direction, coordinates, organizes, and conducts a variety or recreational, cultural, and community services programs, including, but not limited to, day camps, youth, cultural events, fitness activities, and special events. Essential Job Functions Essential functions, as defined under the Americans with Disabilities Act, may include the following duties and responsibilities, knowledge, skills, and other characteristics. This list of duties and responsibilities is ILLUSTRATIVE ONLY and is not a comprehensive listing of all functions and tasks performed by positions in this class. Characteristic Duties and Responsibilities: Answers phone calls and assists in-person customers regarding general questions, facility reservations and class registration; Processes class and program registrations using computer software; Handles daily cash, credit card and check transactions, and daily cash drawer reconciliation; Completes daily drop log and accounting log; Assists with special event preparations and works the day of the event if assigned; Assists with the preparation and operation of program areas assigned including ordering office or program supplies; Processes Recreation ID card purchases; Assists with general facility maintenance and upkeep; Informs coordinator and/or supervisor of any safety issues or concerns; Monitors and maintains a clean and safe work environment, department equipment and supplies; Assists Contract Instructors with the daily needs of each program, including room set-up, equipment needs, and printing rosters; Assists with coordinating and scheduling field, facility, and picnic reservations; Assists with training new front desk and recreation staff, staff scheduling and shift coverage, as needed; Coordinates and updates display cases, bulletin boards and posting of other promotional signage at various recreation facilities; Participates in regularly scheduled staff meetings with supervisor to report all operational updates, challenges, and occurrences; Schedules and dispatches Shuttle Drivers for various transit operations; Assists Supervisor/Coordinator with the coordination and implementation of recreation programs; Ensures the safety of all Park patrons and visitors daily through effective supervision and the enforcement of Park Rules, Department Policy and City Municipal Code; Ensures that Incident/Accident Reports are properly completed and submitted timely; Monitors and reports maintenance needs at parks and facilities, including vandalism and graffiti; Ensures that all Park flags are taken down nightly and secured properly; Ensures that all fields and facilities are opened when appropriate and locked and secured at end of the day; Assists with the setup and break-down of sports facilities and programs; Provides a high level of customer service by displaying courteous and professional behavior toward all patrons, contract instructors, other employees, and supervisors; Enforces and carries out all applicable rules and regulations; Responds promptly and courteously to inquiries from the public, outside agencies, and employees; and Performs other duties as assigned. Qualifications Knowledge of: Recreation planning and administration; Knowledge of recreational needs of senior citizens, adults, teens, youth and children; Policies, rules, and regulations governing the conduct and safety of persons using the recreational facilities and equipment. Ability to: Monitor the work of Recreation Assistant, Recreation Leader staff and volunteers; Effectively communicate both orally and in writing; Regularly and predictably attend work; Follow directions from a supervisor; Understand posted work rules and procedures; Accept constructive criticism; Establish and maintain effective working relationships with other department staff, other City employees and the public; and This position may be required to work weekends and holidays. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: A combination of experience and education that would likely provide the required knowledge and skills may be qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge and skills would be: Experience : Two (2) years of work experience in recreation, childcare, facilities set-up and operations, working with seniors, coaching or playing a sport, and/or volunteer work preferably in municipal recreation. Education : Equivalent to completion of high school supplemented by college coursework. Licensing/Certification Requirements: Within six months of hire, obtain First Aid, CPR and AED Certification through American Red Cross. Working Conditions: Regularly exposed to weather conditions. Regularly required to lift and/or carry heavy objects up to 50 pounds. Disaster Service Worker : In accordance with Government Code Section 3100, City of El Segundo employees in the event of a disaster, are considered disaster service workers and may be asked to respond accordingly. Supplemental Information AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER The City of El Segundo does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, ancestry, disability, marital status, age, sex or sexual orientation. The City of El Segundo maintains and enforces a zero-tolerance policy relating to substance abuse and maintains a smoke-free workplace. Non-represented part-time, hourly positions do not qualify for City benefits, except as required by law. Employees are enrolled in Social Security upon hire. Hourly employees may not exceed 999 hours in a fiscal year basis (July 1 through June 30) unless previously authorized. There are no rights to employment and employment may end with or without cause or advance notice.
CITY OF EL SEGUNDO, CA El Segundo, California, United States
Mar 16, 2024
Full Time
Description There is currently one vacancy for an Accountant in Finance Department - Payroll Division. This eligibility list may be used to fill other vacancies as they occur. This is an Open-Competitive recruitment. This position is open until filled; however, candidates are encouraged to apply immediately. Only online applications will be accepted for this position. The first review of applications will be completed on Monday , April 15, 2024 at 5:00 p.m. Application and Selection Process TO APPLY: Each applicant must submit a City of El Segundo Employment Application and respond to the Supplemental Qualifications Questionnaire online. Applicants appearing best qualified based upon a review of the application and responses to supplemental questions will be invited to participate in the testing process. The testing process will consist of a written exam (pass/fail) and a structural technical oral interview (weighted 100%). Test dates are tentative , and subject to change without prior notice, until qualifying candidates receive written confirmation from the Human Resources Department. Component Tentative Test Date Written Examination April 24, 2024 Structured Technical Oral Interview May 1, 2024 The Ideal Candidate: The City of El Segundo is seeking an Accountant who is independent, organized, detail-oriented, and has excellent written and verbal communication skills. We are looking for someone who is technologically savvy, displays outstanding judgment, and enjoys the challenges of a fast-paced work environment. Candidates who possess a professional certification (i.e. CPA or CPFO) are highly desirable. DEFINITION: Under general supervision, performs professional accounting and/or payroll duties in preparation of factual and analytical statements and reports; analyzes and evaluates financial records; and performs a wide variety of financial duties requiring confidentiality, independent judgment and decision making. SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND EXERCISED: Receives direct supervision from the Finance Manager. Essential Job Functions ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: Essential functions, as defined under the Americans with Disabilities Act, may include the following duties and responsibilities, knowledge, skills and other characteristics. This list of duties and responsibilities is ILLUSTRATIVE ONLY and is not a comprehensive listing of all functions and tasks performed by positions in this class. Characteristic Duties and Responsibilities: The following essential functions are typical for this classification. Incumbents may not perform all of the listed functions and/or may be required to perform additional or different functions from those below to address business needs and changing business practices: Performs accounting assignments that encompass the full cycle of accounting activities such as establishing and maintaining accounting and subsidiary records, reconciles general ledger and subsidiary accounts, prepares financial reports, processes journal entries, and posts cash receipts; Analyzes and verifies financial documents and other financial entries for accuracy and compliance with established accounting and auditing procedures; Originates journal entries, reconciles bank statements, prepares reconciliations, trial balances and maintains a variety of financial schedules, records and files; Ensures proper accounting for revenue, expenditures/expenses, capital assets and equipment replacement management; Analyzes expenditures to proper accounts, analyzes budget variances, projects estimated expenditures /expenses and prepares adjustments in the maintenance of budgetary controls; Develops, implements, and monitors accounting procedures and reports; Prepares financial statements, reports and analyses utilizing computer applications; Explains and interprets existing accounting and fiscal policies and procedures to City personnel, auditors, and general public; Performs Federal, State, and other governmental agency grants accounting and reporting, and other periodic compliance audits throughout the year; Ensures proper closing of the City's financial records at the end of the accounting period; Participates in the annual year-end audit, prepare supporting schedules and worksheets as required by external auditors, and assists in the preparation of the City's Annual Comprehensive Financial Report; Participates in the preparation and implementation of the City's annual operating and capital budgets; Conducts and/or coordinates internal and external audits of financial records; examines, analyzes and verifies documents to ensure adherence to established internal controls and accepted professional standards; Delivers outstanding internal and external customer service while solving problems and pro-actively creates sustainable solutions to issues; Conducts duties, responsibilities, tasks and assignments with a constructive, cooperative, positive, professional attitude and demeanor; Regularly and predictably attends work; and Performs other related as assigned. In addition to the essential duties listed above, the payroll assignment below includes the following: Payroll: Coordinates and performs payroll accounting operational functions; evaluates accounting procedures and fiscal practices and recommends and assists in implementing new or revised payroll accounting systems, procedures and records; participates in developing computer programs for payroll accounting analyses; Prepares bi-weekly payroll warrants, payroll registers and reports; prepares magnetic media for storage of payroll records; prepares tax return and other reporting documentation related to payroll matters; compiles routine reports related to payroll activity; merges payroll records in Finance System; serves as the payroll/timekeeping liaison with department timekeepers, employees and management; prepares handbooks and manuals related to payroll procedures and conducts training related to payroll processing; KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND OTHER CHARACTERISTICS: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential function. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Knowledge of: Principles and practices of accounting, auditing, payroll, and budgeting; Data processing applications related to accounting and budgeting procedures and practices; State and federal laws related to payroll, compensation, and benefits; and Knowledge of general office procedures. Skill in: Applying and adapting established accounting principles and procedures to City payroll accounting applications; Interpreting and applying payroll accounting-related laws, ordinances, rules, regulations, policies and procedures; Performing professional level staff support related to the administration of the City’s employer-employee relations program; Analyzing data and drawing logical conclusions; Preparing and maintaining accurate reports and records; Using standard office computer programs, including spreadsheets; Communicating effectively both orally and in writing; Making effective oral presentations; Operating computers and related software; Appearing for work on time; Following directions from a supervisor; Understanding and following posted work rules and procedures; Accepting constructive criticism; and Establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with other department staff, other City employees and the public, and in functioning effectively in a confidential work environment. Qualifications QUALIFICATIONS: A combination of experience and training that would likely provide the required knowledge, skills and abilities may be qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be: Experience: Two (2) years of accounting-related experience is required. Experience processing payroll transactions and performing complex calculations pertaining to employee earnings for the payroll assignment is preferred. Education: Bachelor’s degree (120 units) with major coursework in accounting, business administration or a closely related field is required. Licensing/Certificates: Due to the performance of some field duties which requires the operation of a personal or City vehicle, valid and appropriate California driver's license and acceptable driving record are required. Disaster Service Worker: In accordance with Government Code Section 3100, City of El Segundo employees, in the event of a disaster, are considered disaster service workers and may be asked to respond accordingly. The City of El Segundo is an Equal Opportunity Employer, committed to supporting Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion initiatives to build and sustain an environment that values diversity, welcomes opportunities to engage and understand others, and fosters a sense of belonging. MANAGEMENT/ CONFIDENTIALEMPLOYEES (M&C) Benefit Summary PERS Retirement : Miscellaneous employees - Tier I-2% @ 55 . Tier II-2%@60 for individuals employed by the City on or after 12/30/12 who are already PERS members.Tier I and II members pay 7% of PERS member share and 1% shall be employee-paid cost-sharing of the City's contribution under Gov. Code section 20516(a).Single highest year is coordinated with Social Security and Medicare. PERS 2%@62 for new employees/members hired on or after 1/1/13.Three year average coordinated with Social Security and Medicare.Members pay 50% of normal cost (6.75%). Safety employees (Battalion Chiefs) - 3% @ 55 for current employees and individuals hired by the City who are already PERS members.Single highest year. Employees pay a total of 12% towards retirement. 2.7%@5 7 for new employees/members hired on or after 1/1/13.Three year average final compensation.Members pay 50% of normal cost . Social Security: The City matches employee’s Social Security contribution, which is 6.2% of your salary and is made on a pre-tax basis. The 2024 Social Security income cap is $168,600. Medical -Monthly medical contribution of $1,750 ($932 for medical and $818 for flex dollars). Flex dollars may be used toward a medical premium and/or deferred compensation plan. Employees are responsible for paying any out-of-pocket balance of the medical plan premium through a pre-tax payroll deduction. Deferred Compensation: Voluntary participation in Mission Sqaure 457 plan. Dental & Vision :MetLife Dental and VSP vision benefits are provided. Flex Plan :Section 125 Plan, allows for payment of employee-paid insurance, medical treatment, and dependent care expenses with pre-tax dollars. Employee Assistance Program : Employees are eligible for the basic level of service. Life Insurance :$50,000 term life policy provided by City; employee can purchase additional self and dependent coverage at group rates. Long-Term Disability: In addition to basic LTD plan (662/3 % of first $9,750 after 60-day waiting period), City provides Executive LTD which pays 75% of first $12,000 of employee's salary less the amount of any other income, up to a total of $2,500.Applies to non job-related occurrences.90 day waiting period. Holidays :11 fixed paid holidays plus one day of personal leave/floating holiday per year.Battalion Chiefs paid 156 hours. Vacation Leave :96 hours (1-5 years); 120 hours (6 - 10 years); 144 hours (11 - 14 years): 200 hours after 14 years.Leave can be used after 6 months of service.Annual cash conversion option. Upon reaching "E" step, employees accrue vacation based on total years of public sector service. Sick Leave :8 hours per month. Administrative Leave: Mid-Management and Confidential positions shall recieveup to 56 hours per calendar yearupon reccommendation of the Department Director and approval of the City Manager. Bereavement Leave: Three (3) working days (or 40 hours where travel is 500 miles or more) for qualifying incident. Tuition Reimbursement :Up to $2,000/year for work-related college courses. Cell Phone Stipend: City cell phone provided depending on position. Educational Incentive Pay :Battalion Chief $1170.19/mo for Bachelor's, $1755.28 for Master's. Certification Pay :$585.09 Chief Officer Cert Pay for Battalion Chiefs. Other : Uniform Allowance ($40/mo) for Battalion Chiefs; Voluntary participation in Credit Union; Payroll Direct Deposit; Long-Term Care (premiums paid by employee). 1/14; 12/15; 8/19; 8/22; 24
CITY OF EL SEGUNDO, CA El Segundo, California, United States
Mar 07, 2024
Full Time
Description This is an Open-Competitive recruitment. Currently, there are two vacancies in the Human Resources Department. This position is open until filled; however, candidates are encouraged to apply immediately. Only online applications will be accepted for this position. The first review of applications will be completed on Monday, November 13, 2023 at 5:00 p.m. The Ideal Candidate The City of El Segundo is seeking an action-oriented, engaging and proactive administrative support professional with a strong balance of technical skills and the ability to quickly learn human resources processes and procedures. The Human Resources Technician must be highly organized with the ability to handle multiple projects in a fast-paced environment and have the ability to maintain strict confidentiality. This position is assigned to provide professional and technical staff support to the Human Resources Team as well as a variety of internal and external customers. 9/80 Work Schedule: Full-time employees work 80 hours in 9 days and receive every other Friday off. City Hall hours are 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on Friday. Retirement: California Public Employee Retirement System (CalPERS) plan which offers reciprocity between agencies. Classic Tier II employees, who have been in the CalPERS system and are new to the City of El Segundo, will receive 2%@60 formula. Employees new to the City and CalPERS, and do not belong to a reciprocal agency of CalPERS, will receive the PEPRA of 2%@62. Classic employees are required to contribute 8% of pensionable income towards their retirement benefit; PEPRA employees are required to contribute 6.75%. Social Security & Medicare: The City of El Segundo participates in Social Security. The City matches the employee contribution which is 6.2% of salary. Federal mandate requires all employees hired or rehired by any government agency on or after April 1, 1986 to participate in Medicare. The City matches the employee's Medicare contribution, which is 1.45% of salary. Health Benefits: CalPERS medical, MetLife Dental and VSP plans are offered. A monthly contributio n of $1,700 is provided ($932 per month for medical and $768 per month in flex dollars). Flex dollars may be used towards medical premiums or deferred compensation. Dental and Vision coverage is provided. Leave Benefits: Vacation Leave is earned at a rate of 4.15 hours per pay period. Employees shall accumulate vacation time based on total time worked in a CalPERS or comparable agency. Sick Leave is earned at 8 hours per month. Administrative Leave: A dministrative leave up to 56 hours per calendar year. There is no cash value to this leave. Holidays: Twelve (12) paid holidays including one floating holiday which is added to your leave bank on January 1 every year. Personal Leave: One day per calendar year as a Personal Leave Day. Life Insurance: City paid policy of $50,000. Flexible Spending and Dependent Care Accounts: Optional participation. Section 457 Deferred Compensation Plan: Optional participation in MissionSquare plan. No City matching. Essential Job Functions Under general supervision, performs a variety of responsible technical and administrative work in support of Human Resources Department programs, including recruitment and selection, employee benefits and leave administration, personnel records, training and development and other duties as assigned requiring confidentiality. Essential functions, as defined under the Americans with Disabilities Act, may include the following duties and responsibilities, knowledge, skills and other characteristics. This list of duties and responsibilities is ILLUSTRATIVE ONLY and is not a comprehensive listing of all functions and tasks performed by positions in this class. Characteristic Duties and Responsibilities: Provides responsible professional and technical staff support including composing, editing, and proofreading correspondence and notices; Prepares specialized reports requiring collection of information from various sources; Answers and routes telephone calls, takes messages, and schedules meetings; Researches and responds to requests for general and specific information from the public, other departments and outside agencies; Interprets and applies memorandums of understanding, Administrative Code, City policies, procedures, rules and regulations; Organizes and maintains office records, statistics, and activity reports; Creates and updates software databases; Updates Applicant Tracking Systems for recruitment, onboarding and performance evaluations; maintains and updates distribution lists; Serves as records liaison for the Human Resources Department; Process personnel action forms in HRIS for employee status change on appointments, assignments, transfers, leaves of absences, dismissals, resignations and other personnel information; Implements personnel status changes resulting from new labor agreements; Conducts new employee orientation and enrolls new employees in health, dental, vision and other benefit plans; Assists in the coordination of open enrollment and health fair; Processes employee benefit applications and requests for disability leave, Family and Medical Leave (FMLA), California Family Rights Act (CFRA), Consolidated Omnibus Budget and Reconciliation Records Act (COBRA), over -aged dependents, retirement, death and other qualifying events; Monitors employee benefit eligibility under the Affordable Care Act (ACA) provisions; Performs exit processing services for terminating and retiring employees including communicating coverage, rates and changes to benefits claims administrators; Coordinates all status changes and reconcile premium billing statements and reimbursements; Assists in preparation of Professional Service Agreements (PSA), vendor contracts, budgets and other reports; Assists with coordination of City- wide training programs, education reimbursement programs, service awards and special events; Prepares or assists in the preparation for meetings and training classes including scheduling, making room arrangements, notifying participants and distributing materials; Reviews, updates, and revises class specifications and assists in the development of new class specifications; Conducts surveys on classification requirements, benefits and salaries; Assists with recruitment and selection activities including: composing recruitment announcements and advertisements, answering inquiries regarding vacancies and requirements for employment, screening applications, scheduling candidates for interviews and exams, assembling test materials and rater packets, proctoring an scoring examinations, updating candidate status in applicant tracking system and generating status notices, drafting conditional offer letters, and scheduling candidates for background checks, physicals and psychological exams; Assists with processing Workers' Compensation claims; Completes Worker' s Compensation payroll reporting and assist with related Workers' Compensation claims management activities; Schedules travel arrangements, prepares authorization and reimbursement reports pursuant to City purchasing procedures; and Performs related duties as assigned. Qualifications Knowledge, Skills, and Other Characteristics: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential function. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Knowledge of: Basic principles, practices and techniques of public personnel administration, benefits administration and recruitment and selection; Basic principles of administrative research, report preparation and methods of statistical analysis; English usage, spelling, grammar and punctuation; Business writing practices; Human Resources informational systems, applicant tracking systems, word processing, database, spreadsheet and presentation software; and Records processing and management; Skill in: Composing letters and preparing a variety of reports, using appropriate format and computer software; Performing basic math computations quickly and accurately; Designing and managing filing/records systems; Following oral and written instructions and procedures. Operating office equipment, including personal computer and standard office computer programs; Communicating clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing; Establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work; Maintaining the confidentiality or privileged and confidential information. Working under strict deadlines, with frequent interactions with the public by phone or in-person, as well as internal staff; and Regularly and predictably attend work. Qualifications: A combination of experience and training that would likely provide the required knowledge, skills and abilities may be qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be: Experience: Three (3) years of progressively responsible administrative experience preferably in a public sector human resources environment is required. Education: Equivalent to an Associate of Art's degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in business administration, public administration, psychology or related field. License/Certificates: Due to the performance of some field duties which require the operation of a personal or City vehicle, a valid and appropriate California driver's license and acceptable driving record are required. Supplemental Information Disaster Service Worker: In accordance with Government Code Section 3100, City of El Segundo employees, in the event of a disaster, are considered disaster service workers and may be asked to respond accordingly. The City of El Segundo is an Equal Opportunity Employer, committed to supporting Diversity, Equity and Inclusion initiatives to build and sustain an environment that values diversity, welcomes opportunities to engage and understand others, and fosters a sense of belonging. MANAGEMENT/ CONFIDENTIALEMPLOYEES (M&C) Benefit Summary PERS Retirement : Miscellaneous employees - Tier I-2% @ 55 . Tier II-2%@60 for individuals employed by the City on or after 12/30/12 who are already PERS members.Tier I and II members pay 7% of PERS member share and 1% shall be employee-paid cost-sharing of the City's contribution under Gov. Code section 20516(a).Single highest year is coordinated with Social Security and Medicare. PERS 2%@62 for new employees/members hired on or after 1/1/13.Three year average coordinated with Social Security and Medicare.Members pay 50% of normal cost (6.75%). Safety employees (Battalion Chiefs) - 3% @ 55 for current employees and individuals hired by the City who are already PERS members.Single highest year. Employees pay a total of 12% towards retirement. 2.7%@5 7 for new employees/members hired on or after 1/1/13.Three year average final compensation.Members pay 50% of normal cost . Social Security: The City matches employee’s Social Security contribution, which is 6.2% of your salary and is made on a pre-tax basis. The 2024 Social Security income cap is $168,600. Medical -Monthly medical contribution of $1,750 ($932 for medical and $818 for flex dollars). Flex dollars may be used toward a medical premium and/or deferred compensation plan. Employees are responsible for paying any out-of-pocket balance of the medical plan premium through a pre-tax payroll deduction. Deferred Compensation: Voluntary participation in Mission Sqaure 457 plan. Dental & Vision :MetLife Dental and VSP vision benefits are provided. Flex Plan :Section 125 Plan, allows for payment of employee-paid insurance, medical treatment, and dependent care expenses with pre-tax dollars. Employee Assistance Program : Employees are eligible for the basic level of service. Life Insurance :$50,000 term life policy provided by City; employee can purchase additional self and dependent coverage at group rates. Long-Term Disability: In addition to basic LTD plan (662/3 % of first $9,750 after 60-day waiting period), City provides Executive LTD which pays 75% of first $12,000 of employee's salary less the amount of any other income, up to a total of $2,500.Applies to non job-related occurrences.90 day waiting period. Holidays :11 fixed paid holidays plus one day of personal leave/floating holiday per year.Battalion Chiefs paid 156 hours. Vacation Leave :96 hours (1-5 years); 120 hours (6 - 10 years); 144 hours (11 - 14 years): 200 hours after 14 years.Leave can be used after 6 months of service.Annual cash conversion option. Upon reaching "E" step, employees accrue vacation based on total years of public sector service. Sick Leave :8 hours per month. Administrative Leave: Mid-Management and Confidential positions shall recieveup to 56 hours per calendar yearupon reccommendation of the Department Director and approval of the City Manager. Bereavement Leave: Three (3) working days (or 40 hours where travel is 500 miles or more) for qualifying incident. Tuition Reimbursement :Up to $2,000/year for work-related college courses. Cell Phone Stipend: City cell phone provided depending on position. Educational Incentive Pay :Battalion Chief $1170.19/mo for Bachelor's, $1755.28 for Master's. Certification Pay :$585.09 Chief Officer Cert Pay for Battalion Chiefs. Other : Uniform Allowance ($40/mo) for Battalion Chiefs; Voluntary participation in Credit Union; Payroll Direct Deposit; Long-Term Care (premiums paid by employee). 1/14; 12/15; 8/19; 8/22; 24 Closing Date/Time: Continuous