Town of Oro Valley

Oro Valley is a planned community cradled in the shadows of the magnificent Santa Catalina Mountains, with hiking trails through Catalina State Park, hiking and bicycle trails throughout the Town, world-class golf courses, horseback riding and a long-valued cultural tradition, vibrant for over a thousand years.  Oro Valley has received many accolades through the years and is proud to have been named:  Best Places to Live in Arizona, Best Towns for Families and Best Places in America to Live and Launch a Small Business. 

Oro Valley is located in northern Pima County, just three miles north of Tucson, and a quick drive to the University of Arizona and Tucson International Airport. With average high temperatures of 83.4 degrees, average lows of 53.8 degrees, the town sits at an elevation of 2,640 feet, covers more than 34 square miles and has a current population of 41,011. Oro Valley was incorporated in April, 1974.  Oro Valley is also quickly developing a strong reputation as home to the emerging bioscience and biotech industries. We are a young, diverse, dynamic community with a responsive government and our schools are among the finest in Arizona.
  The Town of Oro Valley has a council/manager form of government. Six council members and the mayor are elected for four-year terms. The town manager is appointed by town council.  The Town of Oro Valley provides high-quality services including: police, planning, zoning, construction, inspection, transit services, traffic engineering, street maintenance, storm water management, flood control, water utility, parks, recreation, aquatics, cultural resources, economic development, constituent services, community and media relations, budget development, debt and investment management, attorney services, magistrate court and more.

14 job(s) at Town of Oro Valley

Town of Oro Valley, AZ Oro Valley, AZ, USA
Mar 29, 2018
Full Time
POSITION SUMMARY First Review of Applications on May 4, 2018 at 5:00 p.m. Hiring Range: $95,440 - $143,160 PLEASE CLICK HERE TO VIEW COMMUNITY & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR BROCHURE Directs, oversees and administers all functional Community and Economic Development Services divisions and functions: Planning, Permitting, Inspection & Compliance and Economic Development. Leads, manages and coaches all department employees. Responsible for ensuring harmonious growth as well as the health, safety, and welfare of the public in the built environment. Provides leadership as a member of the Town's executive leadership team on an organization-wide and community basis to ensure that public services are provided in alignment with the Town's General Plan, Strategic Plan objectives, and other plans and documents that guide the future development of the town. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Exercises oversight authority and broad discretionary judgment to manage all facets of planning and zoning, permitting, code compliance, economic development and inspection of all horizontal and vertical construction and infrastructure elements within the Town of Oro Valley. Ensures department staff provide excellent customer service. Analyzes department's operations to provide services in a cost effective manner while maintaining a high level of service. Develops, manages and implements the economic development strategy for the Town, to include the Town's short and long range planning, and general plan development; manages continuing efforts in community development strategies, including fostering external partnerships to further the town's economic development goals. Effectively collaborates with Town Engineer, Water Utility Director and other Public Works and Water Utility staff to coordinate effective and efficient town-wide planning, development plan reviews, and other actions in the fulfillment of director's responsibilities. Meets with business representatives and community officials to determine overall growth and development needs and goals, and to develop and support activities, programs and plans. Evaluates, identifies and promotes model community and business/economic development projects for attraction and retention. Communicates goals and objectives and provides department leadership to focus employees so they may become proficient and motivated to provide functions and services for the Town. Hires, disciplines, and evaluates employee performance; investigates and resolves grievances; and coordinates other human resources actions. Directs the development and administration of budgets, policies, projects and programs of the department to effectively and efficiently deliver high quality services to the Town and the community. Collaboratively and cooperatively works with the Mayor, Councilmembers, Town Manager, department directors and other senior managers to analyze organization and community needs, and takes action in response to those needs. Develops strategic partnerships with community representatives, external agencies, and other organizations to develop a sense of relevant issues facing the community and responds as a representative of the Town. Champions the values of the organization through example and accountabilities. Ensures department operations conform with local, state, and federal government regulations, and other applicable rules and policies. Stays abreast of new trends and innovations in the field of economic development, redevelopment and community development while maintaining professional knowledge through such means as attending seminars, reviewing professional publications and participating in professional organizations. Conducts periodic economic impact analyses to support Town planning and economic development activities and actions. Manages a comprehensive plan review and field inspection process for residential and business construction activities, and seeks to identify and implement efficiencies that result in staff and organizational effectiveness. Coordinates with local for-profit and non-profit groups, real estate organizations and other stakeholders to develop collaborative ventures, solve problems, and identify opportunities for improvements as well as community economic vitality. Interfaces and works with historical preservation entities, federally mandated environmental protection programs, architectural review process, and boards and commissions to establish appropriate zoning and issuance of permits. Performs other administrative duties including but not limited to: advocating for or against proposed state legislation; attending neighborhood association meetings; attending community and Town Council meetings; and visiting commercial and residential field sites. Coordinates the development of agendas and packet materials for meetings and the delivery to the appropriate parties. ESSENTIAL KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS: Knowledge of applicable municipal, state and federal standards, rules, ordinances, codes and regulations governing planning, zoning, building codes and building safety. Knowledge of Town and department policies and procedures. Knowledge of economic development theories and practices. Knowledge of public relations and customer service techniques and concepts. Knowledge of development review and planning processes. Knowledge of structural design and construction practices. Knowledge of management and/or supervision principles. Knowledge of process improvement techniques and practices. Skill in developing and maintaining positive, constructive, cooperative relationships with colleagues, subordinates, customers and stakeholders. Skill in effective delegation. Skill in working within deadlines to complete projects and assignments. Skill in data analysis. Skill in negotiating complex agreements. Skill in assessing, analyzing, identifying and developing and implementing solutions to complex problems. Skill in reading and interpreting building plans and specifications. Skill in identifying and recommending structural modifications for code compliance. Skill in highly complex and detailed written communication, and effective oral communication; skill in using "layman's language" to effectively communicate. Skill in making effective public presentations. Skill in establishing and maintaining effective working relationships. Skill in initiating, overseeing and completing work with limited supervision, while keeping the Town Manager well-informed. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS A Bachelor's Degree in Economic Development, Planning, Public Administration or related field. Master's Degree is preferred. Plus ten (10) years of progressively responsible experience in the strategic leadership and management of the planning, economic development, municipal administration operations of a local government, or related work. Minimum of five (5) years of supervisory experience at a division or department head level. At least five (5) years of experience in municipal operations strongly preferred. Certified Economic Developer (CEcD) and/or American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP) highly desired. ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS AND WORKING CONDITIONS Work is performed in indoor and outdoor environments. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
Town of Oro Valley, AZ Oro Valley, AZ, USA
Nov 01, 2017
Part Time
POSITION SUMMARY This is an up to19 hour/week position. Under direct supervision of the Center Director provides group fitness instruction, monitors, educates patrons on fitness and safety, and maintains a safe and enjoyable atmosphere for class participants. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Teaches scheduled classes, beginning and ending on time; provides adequate warm-up, exercises, stretching, and cool down. Instructs patrons on effective workout methods; explains proper techniques, demonstrates exercises; identifies different muscle groups, and teaches appropriate methods to strengthen specific muscles. Prepares appropriate equipment, music, and handouts for each class. Assists patrons, answers questions, and maintains a positive exercise experience for members and class participants. Keeps management informed of customer and facility needs. Ensures that safety standards are met, and that department and facility policies are adhered to. Performs related duties as required. REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES: Knowledge of Town and Department policies and procedures. Working knowledge of human anatomy, kinesiology and training principles. Knowledge of group fitness teaching strategies and the incorporation of music, tempo, cueing technique, and rhythm. Choreography and music skills. Ability to be professional and motivate class participants. Ability to cooperate and work well with other staff members. Skill in establishing and maintaining effective working relationships. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Must be at least 18 years of age. Must possess current Red Cross CPR certification. Certified Instructor (ACE, AFAA) or equivalent. Additional specialty/certifications preferred. PHYSICAL DEMANDS: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to walk, stand, sit and talk or hear. The employee is occasionally required to use hands to finger, handle, feel or operate objects, tools or controls; and reach with hands and arms. The employee is frequently required to climb or balance; stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl. The employee must frequently lift and/or move up to 25 pounds, and occasionally must aide or assist participants off the floor, onto a chair, picking up dumb-bells, etc. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, color vision, and the ability to adjust focus. The employee must have a high degree of energy and have the endurance to complete the workout. ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS AND WORKING CONDITIONS The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee occasionally works with various types of fitness equipment. The noise level in the work environment is usually quiet while in the office, and loud when in the facility and while performing duties. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
Town of Oro Valley, AZ Oro Valley, AZ, USA
Sep 05, 2017
Intern
POSITION SUMMARY This intern position provides real work experience for students with an interest in civil engineering as directed by a lead project manager. Under the Engineering and Stormwater supervision, provides support in the development of data (digitizing, editing, and mapping) utilizing ArcGIS 10. This position will apply intermediate knowledge of GIS to a variety of data creation and development including scanning plans and various field duties. This is a great opportunity to have hands on experience in a local government Public Works/Stormwater environment. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Maintain a regular and reliable level of attendance. Create new data based on aerial photography and existing data. Edit existing data in order to correct and meet GIS standard for analysis. Properly attribute fields for data analysis and reporting. Assists in creating basic maps and GPS data collection as needed. Assists other GIS users in basic skills. ESSENTIAL KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS: Skill in oral communication. Computer knowledge and data entry methods and procedures. Interest in learning knowledge of engineering and construction practices and principles. Knowledge of personal computer hardware and software. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Current high school senior, undergraduate or graduate student in good standing working towards or desiring a degree in GIS, Civil Engineering or Construction Management within an accredited program. Interest in Civil Engineering and/or GIS fundamentals, surveying, drafting, materials testing (concrete and soils), and general civil engineering design and construction practices. Ability to pay close attention to detail and check the quality of own work. Experience with AutoCAD is a plus. Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite. Ability to communicate effectively, orally and in writing. ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS AND WORKING CONDITIONS Work is performed in indoor and outdoor conditions. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
Town of Oro Valley, AZ Oro Valley, AZ, USA
May 26, 2017
Part Time
POSITION SUMMARY We currently do not have any openings, however,we are accepting applications for an eligibility list. Under close supervision, responsible for operating a computer, cash register, answering the telephone, maintaining attendance records, and monitoring the entrance to the Recreation Facility. Must work up to 19 hours per week or what is provided by theManager. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Interacts and communicates with the public and other employees in a courteous and professional manner in person and on the telephone. Operates a computer and facility management software. Collects monies, issues receipts, and operates a cash drawer in an efficient and accurate manner. Operates a multi-line telephone system with voice mail. Keeps the front desk area and equipment neat and orderly. Makes simple mathematical calculations in an efficient and accurate manner. Efficiently distributes recreational equipment and program materials to patrons. Seeks assistance from other employees and/or supervisors when needed. Accurately communicates information to assigned supervisors in a timely and useful manner. Work is performed typically standing; however, walking, bending, stooping, sitting, reaching, climbing stairs, and lifting equipment and objects weighing up to forty (40) pounds is required on an intermittent basis. Performs other duties and special projects as assigned. ESSENTIAL KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS: Knowledge of Town and Department policies and procedures. Knowledge of customer service practices and techniques. Knowledge of occupational health and safety regulations and procedures. Skill in effective oral and written communication. Skill in resolving customer complaints and concerns. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Successfully complete background investigation. ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS AND WORKING CONDITIONS Work is performed in indoor and outdoor environments. May be performed at various locations. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
Town of Oro Valley, AZ Oro Valley, AZ, USA
May 26, 2017
Part Time
POSITION SUMMARY This is an up to 19 hour/week position. Under direct supervision of the Center Director provides group fitness instruction, monitors, educates patrons on fitness and safety, and maintains a safe and enjoyable atmosphere for class participants. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Teaches scheduled classes, beginning and ending on time; provides adequate warm-up, exercises, stretching, and cool down. Instructs patrons on effective workout methods; explains proper techniques, demonstrates exercises; identifies different muscle groups, and teaches appropriate methods to strengthen specific muscles. Prepares appropriate equipment, music, and handouts for each class. Assists patrons, answers questions, and maintains a positive exercise experience for members and class participants. Keeps management informed of customer and facility needs. Ensures that safety standards are met, and that department and facility policies are adhered to. Performs related duties as required. REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES: Knowledge of Town and Department policies and procedures. Working knowledge of human anatomy, kinesiology and training principles. Knowledge of group fitness teaching strategies and the incorporation of music, tempo, cueing technique, and rhythm. Choreography and music skills. Ability to be professional and motivate class participants. Ability to cooperate and work well with other staff members. Skill in establishing and maintaining effective working relationships. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Must be at least 18 years of age. Must possess current Red Cross CPR certification. Certified Instructor (ACE, AFAA) or equivalent. Additional specialty/certifications preferred. PHYSICAL DEMANDS: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to walk, stand, sit and talk or hear. The employee is occasionally required to use hands to finger, handle, feel or operate objects, tools or controls; and reach with hands and arms. The employee is frequently required to climb or balance; stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl. The employee must frequently lift and/or move up to 25 pounds, and occasionally must aide or assist participants off the floor, onto a chair, picking up dumb-bells, etc. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, color vision, and the ability to adjust focus. The employee must have a high degree of energy and have the endurance to complete the workout. ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS AND WORKING CONDITIONS The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee occasionally works with various types of fitness equipment. The noise level in the work environment is usually quiet while in the office, and loud when in the facility and while performing duties. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
Town of Oro Valley, AZ Oro Valley, AZ, USA
May 26, 2017
Part Time
POSITION SUMMARY Under close supervision, provides preventive life guarding and aquatic safety measures by monitoring the activities of pool patrons and enforcing pool rules and regulations. Must work 3 shifts per week up to 19 hours or what is provided by the Aquatics Manager. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Provides preventative life guarding and aquatic safety measures by monitoring the activities of the pool patrons. Must complete and maintain vigilance awareness training standards. Enforces swimming and safety rules and regulations. Maintains cleanliness of pool and facility. Performs routine water tests. Searches for and removes safety hazards. Provides customer service and answers questions, complaints or concerns. Responds to emergency situations by performing First Aid, CPR and/or Lifeguard Training Rescues/Techniques. Maintains records and reports of pool activities. Performs maintenance according to the daily log schedule. Regular, daily attendance is an essential function for this position. Duties may include seasonal maintenance work such as heavy cleaning, operating hand power tools, painting, light landscaping and operating small machinery. ESSENTIAL KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS: Knowledge of Town and Department policies and procedures. Knowledge of pool maintenance and operation techniques. Knowledge of customer service practices and techniques. Knowledge of occupational health and safety regulations and procedures. Skill in responding to emergency situations including safely rescuing drowning victims and administering CPR and First Aid. Skill in effective oral and written communication. Skill in planning and implementing department and swimming pool practices and procedures. Skill in resolving customer complaints and concerns. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Must possess at time of application and maintain Lifeguard Training, First Aid, Oxygen Administration and Automated External Defibrillation certifications. Successfully complete background investigation. ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS AND WORKING CONDITIONS Work is performed in indoor and outdoor environments. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
Town of Oro Valley, AZ Oro Valley, AZ, USA
Mar 30, 2018
Part Time
POSITION SUMMARY Under general supervision, plans, organizes and facilitates camps and programs for the Town of Oro Valley. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Plans, organizes, implements, and facilitates recreation and Cultural Resources camps and/or programs for youth, teens, adults, seniors, and/or special need populations. Trains and supervises assigned staff. Leads participants in Recreational and Cultural Resource activities and assists with supporting, planning and organizingsaid activities and events. Promotes and provides information to the public regarding recreational and Cultural Resource activities. Completes assigned duties from supervisory staff. Monitors and assists in the supervision of participant safety and behavior. Maintains event and program records, files and attendance. Manages Recreation and Cultural Resource programs, activities and special events, exercising independent judgment and decision-making. Makes hiring and termination decisions, or provides significant input into such decisions. Recruits, screens, supervise, trains, schedules, evaluate and disciplines subordinate staff. Implements Department policies and procedures. Responsible for the development and maintenance of instructor and program documents. Develops promotions and publicity materials for program activities. Facilitates agreements with outside agencies for facility usage for Recreation and Cultural Resource programs and special events. Coordinates with Town Departments for legal consultation, facility usage issues, hiring staff and programming necessities. Prepares and maintains budget and records, analyzes statistical reports, organizes special projects, maintains inventory,prepare and writes specifications for new equipment as needed. Purchases and orders equipment/supplies. Responds to customer service and safety issues as they relate torecreational and cultural programs Completes reports, timesheets, cash receipts, incident/accident reports, and other administrative paperwork according to established protocols and procedures as required. Regular, daily attendance is an essential function for this position. Performs other duties as assigned. REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES: Knowledge of Town and Department policies and procedures. Knowledge of activity or event planning practices and techniques. Knowledge of record maintenance. Skill in organizing and executing activities and events in the Parks and Recreation Department. Skill in teaching and instructing youth, adults and families. Skill in verbal and written communication. Skill in establishing and maintaining effective working relationships. Basic knowledge in Cultural Resource programming preferred. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS A high school diploma or equivalent. Two (2) years experience in a recreational or youth activity environment; OR an equivalent combination of education and experience. ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS AND WORKING CONDITIONS Work is performed in indoor and outdoor environments. May be performed at various locations. Successfully complete background investigation. Directions for Applying Please make sure your application is complete by filling in the education and work experience sections of the application as well as attaching a resume. If you experience any difficulties submitting your application please call 1-855-524-5627 for customer support. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
Town of Oro Valley, AZ Oro Valley, AZ, USA
Oct 20, 2017
Part Time
POSITION SUMMARY Under close supervision, transports elderly and disabled residents from homes to scheduled appointments or locations in a safe, timely manner. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Transports elderly and disabled residents from homes to scheduled appointments or locations in a safe, timely manner. Secures wheelchairs or mobility aids, assists passengers entering or exiting a vehicle and escorts to location door. Inspects and cleans vehicles prior to and after shifts. Completes paperwork of daily routes and documents incidents while on duty. Collects, counts, cancels and files coupons for each trip. Maintains fuel in vehicle. ESSENTIAL KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS: Knowledge of Town and Department policies and procedures. Knowledge of customer service methods and techniques. Skill in safely operating Town vehicles. Skill in oral and written communication. Skill in establishing and maintaining effective working relationships. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS No previous work experience is required. Clean driving record. Must possess and maintain an Arizona driver's license at time of employment. ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS AND WORKING CONDITIONS Work is performed in indoor and outdoor environments. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: This position is considered Safety Sensitive position and is subject to Drug and Alcohol testing as required by FTA CFR 49. Directions for Applying Please make sure your application is complete by filling in the education and work experience sections of the application. Applications are reviewed as they are received. Job posting will remain open until a sufficient number of applicants have met the minimum requirements and have been scheduled for interviews. If you meet the minimum requirements, submit a completed Town of Oro Valley application which can be supplemented with a resume and cover letter. If you experience any difficulties submitting your application please call 1-855-524-5627 for customer support. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
Town of Oro Valley, AZ Oro Valley, AZ, USA
May 26, 2017
Full Time
POSITION SUMMARY The Oro Valley Police Department (OVPD) does not currently have any openings for Lateral Police Officers but is accepting applications to create an eligibility list for future openings. Interested applicants are REQUIRED to complete an on-line application and to download and complete the background questionnaire (please click here for the background questionnaire) which must be submitted to the Oro Valley Police Department. If you have any specific questions about the position or the process please contact Sergeant Troy Kranz at 520-229-4954. Under general supervision, performs a variety of Police work in an assigned area of patrol in order to protect life and property, prevent and investigate crimes and apprehend criminals through the enforcement of Federal, state and local laws and ordinances to maintain public safety within the community. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Performs a variety of Police work in an assigned area of patrol in order to protect life and property, prevent and investigate crimes and apprehend criminals through the enforcement of Federal, state and local laws and ordinances. Responds to emergency and non-emergency calls for service involving criminal activities and public complaints and concerns. Arrests suspects for criminal violations. Writes search warrants and serves orders of protection. Prepares reports, complaints and other related documents. Gathers evidence, verifies information pertinent to the investigation and assists in the resolution of a variety of criminal incidents. Maintains safe and orderly flow of vehicle and pedestrian traffic and enforces traffic laws and ordinances. Responds to threats, complaints, safety issues and hostile environments. Administers first aid and gives assistance to injured persons. Maintains proficiency in the use of hand guns, other department weapons and equipment and vehicles. May provide and teach crime prevention concepts and implementation techniques. Develops partnerships within the community to promote the prevention of crime and create a safe environment to enhance the quality of life and safety trends and establish public relations. May coordinates and prepare special events for crime prevention and education on law enforcement. May perform additional duties according to specialized area of assignment. ESSENTIAL KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS: Knowledge of applicable Town, state and Federal statutes, rules, ordinances, codes, regulations, administrative orders and case law governing municipal law enforcement. Knowledge of Town and Department policies and procedures. Knowledge of modern law enforcement trends and practices. Skill in interpreting laws and regulations, making decisions, maintaining composure and working effectively under stressful conditions and emergency situations. Skill in the use of firearms, assigned weapons and first aid practices. Skill in oral and written communication. Skill in establishing and maintaining effective working relationships. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Must be of excellent character. United States citizen. At least 21 years old (at time of hire). A high school diploma or equivalent. Valid Arizona driver's license (at time of hire). Must be able to read, write and speak English. If prior military, must have been honorably discharged. No unlawful use of marijuana within the last three years. No unlawful use of a narcotic drug or dangerous drug within the last seven years. No pattern of drug abuse. No felony convictions. Must be willing to work rotating shifts, weekends and holidays. C ompletion of police academy or currently enrolled in the Pima Community College Law Enforcement Academy. Must possess at the time of application a current AZPOST Certificate or equivalent out of state certification, current Pima Community College Law Enforcement Academy Certificate or verification of current enrollment in the Pima Community College Law Enforcement Academy. Successfully complete background investigation and polygraph examination. ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS AND WORKING CONDITIONS Work is performed in indoor and outdoor environments. Directions for Applying if you experience any difficulties submitting your application please call 1-855-524-5627 for customer support. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
Town of Oro Valley, AZ Oro Valley, AZ, USA
Mar 30, 2018
Part Time
POSITION SUMMARY Under close supervision, assists the Department with recreational programs and/or special events as assigned. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Assists the Department with recreational and/or cultural programs and/or special events as assigned. Supervises participants in recreational and/or cultural programs and activities. Assists in promoting and providing information to the public regarding recreational and/or cultural activities. Sets up, cleans up and maintains designated areas for recreational activities. Maintains safe, secure environments for employees, volunteers and participants. Enforces game, program and facility rules at Town, school, or other facilities and associated properties. Interacts in a helpful, positive way with the public. Provides accurate information and responds effectively to public inquiries about programs and facilities. Maintains records, files and attendance of participants. May supervise young children in a nursery setting. Regular, daily attendance is an essential function for this position. Performs other duties as assigned. ESSENTIAL KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS: Knowledge of Town and Department policies and procedures. Knowledge of recreation and/or cultural programs, youth activities and rule interpretation. Knowledge of promoting and marketing techniques and methods. Skill in supervising multiple activities simultaneously. Skill in verbal and written communication. Skill in establishing and maintaining effective working relationships. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS A high school diploma or equivalent. One (1) year experience in a recreational or youth activity environment; OR an equivalent combination of education and experience. Successfully complete background investigation. ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS AND WORKING CONDITIONS Work is performed in indoor and outdoor environments. May be performed at various locations. Directions for Applying Please make sure your application is complete by filling in the education and work experience sections of the application as well as attaching a resume. If you experience any difficulties submitting your application please call 1-855-524-5627 for customer support. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
Town of Oro Valley, AZ Oro Valley, AZ, USA
Nov 03, 2017
Part Time
POSITION SUMMARY Under close supervision, provides preventive life guarding and aquatic safety measures by monitoring the activities of pool patrons and enforcing pool rules and regulations. Must work 3 shifts per week up to 19 hours or what is provided by the Aquatics Manager. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Provides preventative life guarding and aquatic safety measures by monitoring the activities of the pool patrons. Must complete and maintain vigilance awareness training standards. Enforces swimming and safety rules and regulations. Maintains cleanliness of pool and facility. Performs routine water tests. Searches for and removes safety hazards. Provides customer service and answers questions, complaints or concerns. Responds to emergency situations by performing First Aid, CPR and/or Lifeguard Training Rescues/Techniques. Maintains records and reports of pool activities. Performs maintenance according to the daily log schedule. Regular, daily attendance is an essential function for this position. Duties may include seasonal maintenance work such as heavy cleaning, operating hand power tools, painting, light landscaping and operating small machinery. ESSENTIAL KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS: Knowledge of Town and Department policies and procedures. Knowledge of pool maintenance and operation techniques. Knowledge of customer service practices and techniques. Knowledge of occupational health and safety regulations and procedures. Skill in responding to emergency situations including safely rescuing drowning victims and administering CPR and First Aid. Skill in effective oral and written communication. Skill in planning and implementing department and swimming pool practices and procedures. Skill in resolving customer complaints and concerns. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Must possess at time of application and maintain Lifeguard Training, First Aid, Oxygen Administration and Automated External Defibrillation certifications. Successfully complete background investigation. ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS AND WORKING CONDITIONS Work is performed in indoor and outdoor environments. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
Town of Oro Valley, AZ Oro Valley, AZ, USA
Mar 22, 2018
Full Time
POSITION SUMMARY PLEASE CLICK HERE TO VIEW HUMAN RESOURCES DIRECTOR BROCHURE This position is open until filled with a first review of applications on April 18, 2018. Member of executive leadership team and an integral part of the management and team deliberations that run the Town. Directs, oversees and administers human resources functions including employee and labor relations, policy and procedure development and compliance, recruitment, compensation, employee training and development, employee health and wellness benefits, and safety and risk management. Serves as a consultant for supervisors and employees, and partners with other internal departments and external agencies in providing highly responsible, complex administrative and leadership services. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Provides leadership and direction to management in staffing, planning and prioritizing tasks, formulating and ensuring policy and procedure compliance, recommending changes, overseeing strategic planning initiatives, conducting research, reviewing legislation and court rulings, and monitoring staff development. Develops, interprets and applies human resources policies and procedures, and serves as an advisor and internal consultant to employees, supervisors, directors and the town manager in application of policies including conducting internal investigations and assisting in grievance resolution. Designs, implements, administers and communicates the Town of Oro Valley recruitment and selection programs, employee and labor relations, training and development, performance management and employee health, safety and risk management programs. Develops performance goals and measures for the human resources department that align with the strategic plan, forecasts and prepares the department recommended budget, monitors expenses and program goals and modifies these as required to ensure achievement. Conducts studies, analysis, prepares and communicates staff reports on personnel and employment matters for use by management and elected officials. Represents the human resources department in regional, civic and intergovernmental matters. Selects, trains, motivates and evaluates staff; preparing employees for advancement opportunities or working with employees to correct deficiencies; implementing discipline or termination procedures if necessary. Plans, directs and provides oversight of the compensation and benefits plans by creating and updating current pay plans, researching and analyzing compensation practices, evaluating and classifying positions, and recommending and administering employee health and wellness programs in coordination with benefits or human resources consultants. Plans, develops and directs implementation of complex projects and new programs as required. Participates inmanagement negotiation committee in any meet and confer process with labor organization negotiating committees. ESSENTIAL KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES : Knowledge of applicable Town, State and Federal statutes, ordinances, codes, rules and regulations governing human resources. Skill in managing and supervising staff at all levels. Skill in applying knowledge of personnel, employee relations, workers' compensation and health and safety principles at an expert level. Ability to apply knowledge of strategic planning and budgeting principles. Ability to use personal computer hardware and software at an expert level to complete all duties and responsibilities. Skill in interpreting and applying relevant Town, State and Federal statutes, ordinances, codes, rules and regulations governing human resources. Skill in assessing and prioritizing multiple tasks, projects and demands at a highly proficient level. Skill in working within deadlines to complete projects and assignments. Skill in assessing, analyzing, identifying and implementing solutions to complex problems. Skill in oral and written communication. Skill in establishing and maintaining effective working relationships. Ability to handle confidential information appropriately. Skill in negotiating and working with labor organizations. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS A Bachelor's degree in Human Resources Management, Business Administration or related field is required. Master's degree and professional certification preferred. Ten (10) years of experience in public human resources, classification, compensation and/or recruitment, including five (5) years at a managerial level; OR an equivalent combination of education and experience. ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS AND WORKING CONDITIONS Work is primarily performed in an indoor, office environment. Background check and fingerprint clearance. Directions for Applying Please make sure your application is complete by filling in the education and work experience sections of the application as well as attaching a letter of interest,resume and three (3) professional references. If you experience any difficulties with the attachments please call 1-855-524-5627 for customer support. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
Town of Oro Valley, AZ Oro Valley, AZ, USA
Mar 19, 2018
Full Time
POSITION SUMMARY The Oro Valley Police Department (OVPD) application process for Police Officer closes April 20, 2018 at 5:00 p.m. Interested applicants are REQUIRED to complete an on-line application by 5:00 p.m. on April 20, 2018. Applicants are also REQUIRED to download and complete the background questionnaire (please click here for the background questionnaire) which must be received at the Oro Valley Police Department by 5:00 p.m. on April 20, 2018. If you have any specific questions about the position or the process please contact Sergeant Dean Nesbitt at 520-229-4953. Under general supervision, performs a variety of Police work in an assigned area of patrol in order to protect life and property, prevent and investigate crimes and apprehend criminals through the enforcement of Federal, state and local laws and ordinances to maintain public safety within the community. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Performs a variety of Police work in an assigned area of patrol in order to protect life and property, prevent and investigate crimes and apprehend criminals through the enforcement of Federal, state and local laws and ordinances. Responds to emergency and non-emergency calls for service involving criminal activities and public complaints and concerns. Arrests suspects for criminal violations. Writes search warrants and serves orders of protection. Prepares reports, complaints and other related documents. Gathers evidence, verifies information pertinent to the investigation and assists in the resolution of a variety of criminal incidents. Maintains safe and orderly flow of vehicle and pedestrian traffic and enforces traffic laws and ordinances. Responds to threats, complaints, safety issues and hostile environments. Administers first aid and gives assistance to injured persons. Maintains proficiency in the use of hand guns, other department weapons and equipment and vehicles. May provide and teach crime prevention concepts and implementation techniques. Develops partnerships within the community to promote the prevention of crime and create a safe environment to enhance the quality of life and safety trends and establish public relations. May coordinate and prepare special events for crime prevention and education on law enforcement. May perform additional duties according to specialized area of assignment. ESSENTIAL KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS: Knowledge of applicable Town, state and Federal statutes, rules, ordinances, codes, regulations, administrative orders and case law governing municipal law enforcement. Knowledge of Town and Department policies and procedures. Knowledge of modern law enforcement trends and practices. Skill in interpreting laws and regulations, making decisions, maintaining composure and working effectively under stressful conditions and emergency situations. Skill in the use of firearms, assigned weapons and first aid practices. Skill in oral and written communication. Skill in establishing and maintaining effective working relationships. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Must be of excellent character. United States citizen. At least 21 years old upon graduation from the police academy. A high school diploma or equivalent. Valid driver's license (Out of state applicants shall obtain an Arizona driver's license at time of hire.) Must be able to read, write and speak English. If prior military, must have been honorably discharged. No unlawful use of marijuana within the last three years. No unlawful use of a narcotic drug or dangerous drug within the last seven years. No pattern of drug abuse. No pattern of disregard of traffic laws. No felony convictions. Not have been previously denied certified status, have certified status revoked, or have current certified status suspended, or have voluntarily surrendered certified status in lieu of possible disciplinary action in this or any other state if the reason for denial, revocation, suspension, or possible disciplinary action was or would be a violation of R13-4-109(A) if committed in Arizona. Not have illegally possessed, produced, cultivated, or transported marijuana for sale or sold marijuana. Not have ever illegally possessed or used marijuana other than for experimentation. Must be willing to work rotating shifts, weekends and holidays. Successfully complete background investigation and polygraph examination. ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS AND WORKING CONDITIONS Work is performed in indoor and outdoor environments. Directions for Applying if you experience any difficulties submitting your application please call 1-855-524-5627 for customer support. Closing Date/Time: 4/20/2018 5:00 PM Mountain
Town of Oro Valley, AZ Oro Valley, AZ, USA
Jul 27, 2017
Full Time
POSITION SUMMARY Oro Valley Police Department (OVPD) is accepting applications for Lateral Police Dispatchers. Interested applicants are encouraged to complete an on-line application. Hiring processes are conducted when OVPD has an employment vacancy, as well as, enough Lateral Police Dispatcher applications to run a competitive process. During these periods, applicants will be contacted and asked to complete a separate background packet. If you have any specific questions about the position or the process please contact Troy Kranz at 520-229-4954. To be considered a Lateral Police Dispatcher you must: Currently be employed as a Police Dispatcher and have two years of continuous police dispatching experience. ACJIS certification or ability to complete one within 6 months. Desirable qualifications are Spillman CAD experience and Vesta E911 Phone System experience. Also offered as part of the lateral position is 40 hours of vacation and 40 hours of sick time. DISQUALIFICATION STANDARDS 1. Participation in any serious crime, or any behavior, which OVPD, in its sole discretion, deems serious or inappropriate. 2. Any misdemeanor conviction involving narcotics, drugs, marijuana which OVPD in its sole discretion deems serious, excessive or inappropriate. 3. Since the age of 18, not have been convicted of domestic violence. 4. Any illegal use of opiate narcotics, hallucinogens, and/or other dangerous drugs (Includes LSD, PCP, Peyote, Mescaline, Codeine, heroin, morphine, opium, psilocybin, cocaine, hash, speed, "X" or Ecstasy, barbiturates, etc.) which OVPD in its sole discretion deems serious, excessive or inappropriate. 5. Any history of disregard for traffic laws with such frequency so as to indicate disrespect for traffic laws and a disregard for the safety of other persons on the highway. 6. Negligence in maintaining financial responsibility. 7. Failure to follow Application & Background instructions. This position is skilled emergency service work that involves receiving emergency 911 and non-emergency requests for police assistance, determining nature/urgency of calls, initiating police or other emergency personnel action and maintaining close contact with field units to monitor response and needed support requirements. The position of Police Dispatcher requires a considerable degree of initiative and independent judgment within procedural boundaries in responding to emotional, disturbed and sometimes abusive people in a variety of situations. Work may be done separately or in conjunction with other dispatchers and dispatchers may assist in training, teaching and basic operational equipment management. The position of Police Dispatcher requires rotating shift assignments and overtime in accordance with maintaining a fully operational 24 hour facility. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Receives and responds to emergency and non-emergency calls including enhanced 911, and non-emergency calls from the public, dispatchers, and law enforcement agencies via telephone and radio systems and computer-aided dispatch (CAD) systems; Processes and evaluates information received, prioritizes calls and dispatches required units and/or agencies; Monitors and coordinates police unit activity and assignments via police radio frequencies; Maintains status and locations of public safety personnel; Utilizes technology such as computers, radio systems, telephones, fax machines and other communication equipment; Creates and maintains automated or manual logs of public safety communications activity; Accesses and enters sensitive data in local/state/national databases as necessary for investigative purposes; Enters and maintains files for persons or property pending apprehension/recovery; Maintains appropriate security and confidentiality of information created or encountered in the performance of assigned duties; Keeps informed of departmental regulations, policies and procedures; May assist in providing on-the-job training for Police Dispatchers and submit progress reports and evaluations on trainees. ESSENTIAL KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS: Knowledge of applicable Town, state and Federal statutes, rules, ordinances, codes, regulations governing dispatching. Knowledge of Town and Department policies and procedures. Knowledge of law enforcement records keeping activities and techniques. Skill in operating computers and related communication equipment utilizing a variety of software and operating systems/applications. Skill in quick decision making and correcting emergency situations. Skill in assessing, analyzing, identifying and implementing solutions to complex problems. Skill in oral and written communication. Skill in establishing and maintaining effective working relationships. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS A high school diploma or equivalent. ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS AND WORKING CONDITIONS Work is performed in an indoor environment. Directions for Applying Please make sure your application is complete by filling in the education and work experience sections of the application. Applications are reviewed as they are received. Job posting will remain open until a sufficient number of applicants have met the minimum requirements and have been scheduled for interviews. If you meet the minimum requirements, submit a completed Town of Oro Valley application which can be supplemented with a resume and cover letter. If you experience any difficulties submitting your application please call 1-855-524-5627 for customer support. Closing Date/Time: Continuous