Gila County

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Gila County, AZ Globe, AZ, USA
Mar 08, 2018
Full Time
The purpose of this position is to, under general direction, supervise accounting functions and staff while performing a wide range of complex accounting duties that include the analysis, preparation and management of the County financial system.The Accountant Senior is responsible for the direct supervision of accounts payable, payroll and the grants management staff of the Finance department. The individual in this position also has a significant role in the analysis, development and monitoring of the Countywide budget. This poition reviews and monitors applicable accounting rules, laws and regulations to ensure the County is in compliance. SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES This position occasionally assigns activities to other employees. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES TIME SPENT • Supervises payroll, accounts payable and grants management staff work products. Review financial transactions in the County financial system to ensure compliance with applicable County, State and Federal rules or laws. 30% • Coordinates with the departments and elected offices the annual preparation, review and submission of the County budget. Maintains the integrity of the position control program used in fiscal year budgeting and ensures positions are managed in accordance with the adopted budget. 20% • Reviews and approves the processing of journal entries that involve grant and special fund activity. These may include; reclassification, fund transfers, revenue or expense accruals, and revenue adjustments. Provide monthly and periodic financial reports that represent the County's financial activities and budget variance analysis. Development of tax rates for special districts. 15% • Monitors budget limitations and capacity while ensuring proper accounting functions for Grants, Capital Outlay and other budgeted line items are controlled in the Financial system. 15% • Reconciles the general ledger and daily cash to the Treasurer's financial system to ensure financial representation is consistant between the Treasurer and Finance financial systems. 10% • Prepares and reviews the quarterly payroll reports, W-2 forms and 1099 filings. Prepares, reviews and processes journal entries. Logs taxes and redeemed warrants received from the Treasurer's Office. 10% • Performs other duties as assigned. BUDGET RESPONSIBILITIES This position reviews, edits and approves for submission County-wide level budget; provides research support on department level budget preparation. PROJECT RESPONSIBILITIES Provides project resource allocation on organizational planning projects. ORAL COMMUNICATION DUTIES This position trains colleagues, explains County procedures or processes, participates in meetings and conducts meetings or group discussions. WRITTEN COMMUNICATION DUTIES This position creates or edits documents, internal memos, emails, formal letters and reports. INTERACTIONS WITH THE GENERAL PUBLIC Interacts extensively with employees, customers, the general public, vendors, regulatory bodies, and other groups and/or individuals and Institutions over the telephone, by email, and/or in person. INTERACTIONS SPECIFICALLY WITH CUSTOMERS Frequently (More than 25% but less than 40% in a year) DEPARTMENT: Finance POSITION: Accountant Sr. LOCATION: Globe JOB CODE: 18-025 ANNUAL SALARY: $47,048-$52,694 DOE MINIMUM EDUCATION REQUIRED Bachelor's Degree in Accounting or related field. MINIMUM YEARS OF DIRECTLY RELATED EXPERIENCE REQUIRED Six (6) years governmental accounting experience; or equivalent combination of education, training and experience. PROFESSIONAL CREDENTIALS REQUIRED None KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED Finance, accounting, payroll, accounts payable, labor laws, Generally Accepted Accounting Principles and Generally Accepted Auditing Principles related to Public Sector financial administration, Government Accounting Standards Board (GASB), Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB), regulations governing accounting activities, governmental auditing processes, business and personal computers, and spreadsheet software applications, County organization, operations, policies and procedure, financial forecasting, cost accounting practices. SKILLS REQUIRED Analytical thinking, reading, communicating diplomatically, customer service, developing training strategies, problem solving, developing alternative solutions, multi-tasking, reading, interpreting, understanding and applying accounting standards and procedures, applicable Federal rules and regulations, and County policies and procedures, analyzing accounting issues, evaluating alternatives, and making logical recommendations based on findings, effective oral and written communication, establishing and maintaining effective working relations with co-workers and representatives from other Local, State and Federal agencies. ABILITIES REQUIRED Express one's self orally, solve problems using deductive reasoning, perform mathematical operations, make sense of multiple data, read and write at professional level. Assess and prioritize multiple tasks, projects and demands, interpret a variety of technical instructions and manage abstract and concrete variables, review financial information and prepare analytical reports, prepare, maintain and analyze accounting records, ensure compliance with accounting regulations, standards and policies, communicate effectively orally and in writing. PHYSICAL DEMANDS • May be required to lift work related materials or equipment up to 75 lbs. • Constantly requires dexterity for keyboard operation; rarely requires dexterity for special gadgets and for special machines. • Incumbents in this position may be required to walk to and from work site, stoop and twist. WORK ENVIRONMENT Incumbents in this position constantly spends time in office environment. SAFETY RISK EXPOSURE Incumbents in this position are generally not exposed to safety risk. PROTECTIVE GEAR & SAFETY MANUALS Incumbents in this position are required to constantly follow written safety procedures and manuals relevant to the division or department. CONSEQUENCES OF ERROR Potential errors can result in unfavorable public perceptions and legal ramifications. NOTICE: APPLICANTS MAY BE REQUIRED TO FURNISH, AT THEIR OWN EXPENSE, DOCUMENTARY PROOF OF EDUCATIONS, CERTIFICATION, REGISTRATION, LICENSE OR ANY OTHER PROOF OF COMPETENCY AS REQUIRED IN THE OFFICIAL CLASSIFICATION DESCRIPTION OR ANNOUNCEMENT AND MAY BE REQUIRED TO UNDERGO PHYSICAL, PSYCHOLOGICAL AND/OR BACKGROUND INVESTIGATIONS AS A CONTINUING CONDITION OF EMPLOYMENT. FURTHER, APPLICANTS FOR POSITIONS REQUIRING OPERATION OF A COUNTY OR PERSONAL VEHICLE ON OFFICIAL BUSINESS MUST POSSESS AND MAINTAIN COUNTY OR PERSONAL VEHICLE OPERATORS LICENSE. GILA COUNTY DOES NOT DISCRIMINATE ON THE BASIS OF RACE, COLOR, NATIONAL ORIGIN, SEX, RELIGION, AGE OR DISABILITY, AND FAMILIAL STATUS IN EMPLOYMENT OR THE PROVISIONS OF SERVICE AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY/AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EMPLOYER. Closing Date/Time:
Gila County, AZ Globe, AZ, USA
May 11, 2018
Full Time
The purpose of this position is to maintain an accurate visual record of property ownership that is easy for Gila County citizens to follow. This position maintains and archives maps and records, provides customer service, conducts research and fulfills requests by property owners, such as the processing of splits and combinations. SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES This position does not supervise other employees. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES TIME SPENT • Processes new property splits and combinations to create new parcel numbers as requested by customers either per deed, Record of Survey, or written request; researches deeds, legal descriptions, and other official documents to assist in verifying land titles before preparing maps; revises and updates map indexes; reviews and checks maps for accuracy and measurement of lots and boundaries; scans records of survey and plat maps; maintains various tables for maps and split and combination information; copies and sorts records of survey; makes large-scale copies for distribution; inputs data into appropriate tables and forms. Plans new splits and combines property parcels including subdivisions map books and the updating of property lines on Assessor's maps as a result of property transactions, road and other realignment of tax area lines; assigns parcel numbers to subdivisions and splits. 40% • Uses CAD files, databases, and spreadsheets to compile and maintain accurate maps and property descriptions for the identification and assessment of property; researches recorded instruments, survey data, source maps, and photographs to determine accurate location and name of boundaries and other map features; checks for errors, and verifies accuracy; assists with the planning and prioritizing project work in consideration of deadlines and resources available to complete work; reviews all computerized drawings and maintains quality control standards. Maintains current parcel maps with accurate easement depictions; maintains and archives records of survey, subdivision plat maps and other maps. 30% • Provides customer service assistance in person and via telephone to the public, internet departments, outside agencies, title companies, appraisers and realtors by providing information regarding surveys, boundaries, easements, property ownership, parcel numbers, acreage, instructions for accessing maps online, and breakdown for well information, roads and similar matters. 20% • Compiles and maintains a complete record of County tax district maps; updates realignment of taxing jurisdiction lines as approved by Arizona Department of Revenue; redraws and corrects boundary changes in district maps by reviewing the official records 10% • Performs other duties as assigned. BUDGET RESPONSIBILITIES This position has no responsibility over any types of budget. PROJECT RESPONSIBILITIES This position does not have PROJECT RESPONSIBILITIES. ORAL COMMUNICATION DUTIES This position trains colleagues and explains County procedures or processes. WRITTEN COMMUNICATION DUTIES This position creates or edits documents, internal memos, emails and reports. INTERACTIONS WITH THE GENERAL PUBLIC Interacts extensively with employees, customers, the general public, vendors, regulatory bodies, and other groups and/or individuals and Institutions over the telephone, by email, and/or in person. DEPARTMENT: Assessor POSITION: Mapping Technician LOCATION: Globe/Payson JOB CODE: 18-038 OPEN TO GILA COUNTY EMPLOYEES ONLY ANNUAL SALARY: $28,089-$30,196 DOE INTERACTIONS SPECIFICALLY WITH CUSTOMERS Regularly (More than 55% but less than 70% in a year) MINIMUM EDUCATION REQUIRED High School Diploma or GED MINIMUM YEARS OF DIRECTLY RELATED EXPERIENCE REQUIRED Two (2) years experience; or equivalent combination of education, training and experience. PROFESSIONAL CREDENTIALS REQUIRED None KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED Customer and personal service, English language and composition, and mathematics. SKILLS REQUIRED Active learning, active listening, reading, customer service, problem recognition, problem solving, time management, self motivation and ability to work efficiently with a minimum of supervisory direction. ABILITIES REQUIRED Perform mathematical operations, make sense of multiple data, detect embedded objects or information, find directions and current locations, and focus. PHYSICAL DEMANDS • Routinely stands to attend to customers. • Regularly sits to complete report and to operate computers; occasionally sits to operate special equipment; rarely sits to attend to reception areas. • May be required to lift work related materials or equipment up to 25 lbs. • Constantly requires dexterity for keyboard operation; occasionally requires dexterity for special machines. WORK ENVIRONMENT Incumbents in this position constantly spends time in office environment; routinely spends time in lobby environment; spends time in automobile. SAFETY RISK EXPOSURE Incumbents in this position are generally not exposed to safety risk; may become exposed to telephone verbal abuse by customers or citizens, individuals with high level of emotional distress. PROTECTIVE GEAR & SAFETY MANUALS Incumbents in this position are required to constantly follow written safety procedures and manuals relevant to the division or department. CONSEQUENCES OF ERROR Potential errors can result in unfavorable public perceptions and legal ramifications. NOTICE: APPLICANTS MAY BE REQUIRED TO FURNISH, AT THEIR OWN EXPENSE, DOCUMENTARY PROOF OF EDUCATIONS, CERTIFICATION, REGISTRATION, LICENSE OR ANY OTHER PROOF OF COMPETENCY AS REQUIRED IN THE OFFICIAL CLASSIFICATION DESCRIPTION OR ANNOUNCEMENT AND MAY BE REQUIRED TO UNDERGO PHYSICAL, PSYCHOLOGICAL AND/OR BACKGROUND INVESTIGATIONS AS A CONTINUING CONDITION OF EMPLOYMENT. FURTHER, APPLICANTS FOR POSITIONS REQUIRING OPERATION OF A COUNTY OR PERSONAL VEHICLE ON OFFICIAL BUSINESS MUST POSSESS AND MAINTAIN COUNTY OR PERSONAL VEHICLE OPERATORS LICENSE. GILA COUNTY DOES NOT DISCRIMINATE ON THE BASIS OF RACE, COLOR, NATIONAL ORIGIN, SEX, RELIGION, AGE OR DISABILITY, AND FAMILIAL STATUS IN EMPLOYMENT OR THE PROVISIONS OF SERVICE AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY/AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EMPLOYER. Closing Date/Time: MAY 17, 2018
Gila County, AZ Payson, AZ 85541, USA
May 03, 2018
Full Time
The purpose of this position is to perform a variety of semi-skilled work involving mechanical, electrical, carpentry, and plumbing related to remodeling, maintenance, and repair of County buildings, building equipment and systems; assures compliance with applicable State and Local building and safety codes and standards. Also maintains landscaping. SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES This position does not supervise other employees. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES TIME SPENT • Performs building maintenance and minor remodeling tasks including electrical, plumbing, carpentry, drywall, plastering, masonry, roofing, insulation and painting. 20% • Performs regular preventative maintenance on County buildings and grounds including painting, sealing, and lube/oil of mechanisms and machinery; makes interior repairs that include installing and replacing locks, repairing faucets and toilets, clearing clogged drains and sewer lines. 10% • Makes exterior repairs including patching roofs/walls/ceilings, weatherproofing, repairing steps, concrete walkways, railing and fences. 10% • Provides assistance to County departments regarding special projects including storing files, removing old equipment and repairing items not assigned to Facilities and Land Management. 10% • May assist with the preventative maintenance and repair of HVAC systems, electrical installations and plumbing systems. 10% • Assists with remodeling activities including major modifications of County buildings and structures; may coordinate the work activities of inmate trustees. 10% • Completes required building maintenance documentation and reports including maintaining records of materials and equipment used; assists with paper recycling activities. 10% • Utilizes hand tools, small equipment, ladders and mechanical equipment to complete assignments; uses proper safety methods, procedures and follows safety practices in all work performed. 10% • Performs and coordinates landscaping activities. 10% • Performs other duties as assigned. BUDGET RESPONSIBILITIES This position has no responsibility over any types of budget. PROJECT RESPONSIBILITIES This position does not have PROJECT RESPONSIBILITIES. ORAL COMMUNICATION DUTIES This position explains County procedures or processes and responds to public inquiries. WRITTEN COMMUNICATION DUTIES This position creates or edits documents, internal memos, emails and reports. INTERACTIONS WITH THE GENERAL PUBLIC Interacts regularly with internal coworkers and other departmental personnel over the telephhone, by email, and/or in person. Incidental contact with the public may occur as part of the work location. INTERACTIONS SPECIFICALLY WITH CUSTOMERS Frequently (More than 25% but less than 40% in a year). MINIMUM EDUCATION REQUIRED High School Diploma or GED DEPARTMENT: Public Works Facilities POSITION: Building Maintenance Technician LOCATION: Payson JOB CODE: 18-036 ANNUAL SALARY: $25,478-$27,389 DOE MINIMUM YEARS OF DIRECTLY RELATED EXPERIENCE REQUIRED Two (2) years building or grounds maintenance experience or equivalent combination of education, training and experience. PROFESSIONAL CREDENTIALS REQUIRED Ability to obtain Department of Corrections Clearance if assigned to supervise inmate worker activities. KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED Customer and personal service, electrical systems, mechanical (e.g., machines and tools), building and construction, maintenance and maintenance procedures, use of carpentry tools, paints and chemicals. Principles and practices of building maintenance; regulations pertaining to the operation and maintenance of public buildings; processes for coordinating building maintenance projects; equipment and tools used in the repair, maintenance and construction of buildings; safety precautions and practices relevant to the operation of maintenance/construction tools and equipment; general supervisory principles, practices and methods. SKILLS REQUIRED Apply technical knowledge of building trades work and using sound methods to determine maintenance and repair practices; safe operation of various hand and power tools and equipment; reading, interpreting, understanding and applying building standards and procedures, applicable Federal rules and regulations and County policies and procedures; reading and interpreting drawings, plans and specifications; effective verbal and written communication; establishing and maintaining effective working relations with co-workers and contractors. ABILITIES REQUIRED Perform tasks with arm-hand steadiness, maintain hand, eye coordination, react in a calm and timely manner and follow orders. Coordinate building maintenance activities; maintain, remodel and repair County buildings and grounds; coordinate maintenance projects; inspect facilities and determine repair requirements; prepare and maintain building maintenance records and documentation; perform a full range of skilled building maintenance functions; safely operate maintenance/construction tools and equipment; communicate effectively and provide verbal/written instructions; supervise the work activities of assigned personnel. PHYSICAL DEMANDS • Occasionally stands to attend to customers; regularly stands to perform custodian and maintenance work. • May be required to lift work related materials, equipment and tools up to 100 lbs. • Routinely requires dexterity for special machines and may be required to walk to and from work sites, bend, stoop, crawl, kneel and twist. WORK ENVIRONMENT This position regularly spends time in outdoor areas; routinely spends time in and around outside construction areas; regularly spends time in maintenance shops and occasionally spends time in custodian or janitorial rooms. SAFETY RISK EXPOSURE Incumbents in this position are exposed to mechanical hazards, chemical hazards, electrical hazards, extreme temperature, extreme weather conditions, wetness and humidity. PROTECTIVE GEAR & SAFETY MANUALS This position is required to constantly follow written safety procedures and manuals relevant to the division or department. Occasionally requires reflective road vest, rubber gloves, constantly requires safety foot wear, ccasionally requires hearing protection devices and hard hat. CONSEQUENCES OF ERROR Potential errors can result in minor delay or inconvenience. Errors can be detected early. NOTICE: APPLICANTS MAY BE REQUIRED TO FURNISH, AT THEIR OWN EXPENSE, DOCUMENTARY PROOF OF EDUCATIONS, CERTIFICATION, REGISTRATION, LICENSE OR ANY OTHER PROOF OF COMPETENCY AS REQUIRED IN THE OFFICIAL CLASSIFICATION DESCRIPTION OR ANNOUNCEMENT AND MAY BE REQUIRED TO UNDERGO PHYSICAL, PSYCHOLOGICAL AND/OR BACKGROUND INVESTIGATIONS AS A CONTINUING CONDITION OF EMPLOYMENT. FURTHER, APPLICANTS FOR POSITIONS REQUIRING OPERATION OF A COUNTY OR PERSONAL VEHICLE ON OFFICIAL BUSINESS MUST POSSESS AND MAINTAIN COUNTY OR PERSONAL VEHICLE OPERATORS LICENSE. GILA COUNTY DOES NOT DISCRIMINATE ON THE BASIS OF RACE, COLOR, NATIONAL ORIGIN, SEX, RELIGION, AGE OR DISABILITY, AND FAMILIAL STATUS IN EMPLOYMENT OR THE PROVISIONS OF SERVICE AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY/AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EMPLOYER. Closing Date/Time: MAY 23, 2018
Gila County, AZ Globe, AZ, USA
Jan 24, 2018
Full Time
The purpose of this position is to perform a wide variety of responsible, legal, clerical and administrative activities in recording and document processing of court proceedings for the Gila County Superior Court. Provides the official record of court activities and assists in the clerk's office performing a variety of pre-court preparation and post-courtroom activity follow-up. Incumbents in this position work more independently on an expanded variety of assigned duties which include operation of the Audio Digital Recording System. SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES This position does not supervise other employees. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES TIME SPENT • Records and transcribes dictation at court proceedings. Issues jail releases, warrants and confidential orders. Assists in training new courtroom clerks. 35% • Prepares processes and certifies copies. Summarizes and types court proceedings in minute entry form. Keeps records of matters taken under advisement to assure judge's ruling within time limitations set by law. 35% • It is the responsibility of the Courtroom Clerk Technician to take custody of and mark exhibits that come into evidence; the case is monitored and exhibits are dispositional at the appropriate time. A required packet of court documentation is prepared by the Courtroom Clerk for all defendants in which a term of imprisonment has been imposed. The Courtroom Clerk Technician may also be required to take direct dictation from a Judge to prepare necessary orders. Performs bailiff duties when necessary. 10% • Distributes court orders to parties entitled to notice and issues arrest warrants at the court's direction. Manages person demographics in the Case Management System. Oversees the Online Minute Entry Access (OMEA) transmission function which allows for the public display of minute entries on the Supreme Court website. Assists in the research and preparation of statistical reports. 10% • Performs other clerical duties as needed including docketing and filing of court documents and assists in the preparation of closed cases for record retention. Completes 16 hours of mandatory continuing education. 10% • Performs other duties as assigned. BUDGET RESPONSIBILITIES This position has no responsibility over any types of budget. PROJECT RESPONSIBILITIES This position does not have PROJECT RESPONSIBILITIES. ORAL COMMUNICATION DUTIES This position explains County procedures or processes, trains colleagues and responds to public inquiries. WRITTEN COMMUNICATION DUTIES This position creates or edits documents, internal memos, emails and documents for public release. INTERACTIONS WITH THE GENERAL PUBLIC Interacts regularly with the general public, external contacts such as vendors, bankers, attorneys or other professionals, and other Institutions, over the telephone, by email, and/or in person. INTERACTIONS SPECIFICALLY WITH CUSTOMERS Regularly (More than 55% but less than 70% in a year) MINIMUM EDUCATION REQUIRED Associates Degree DEPARTMENT: Clerk of the Superior Court POSITION: Courtroom Clerk Technician LOCATION: Globe JOB CODE: 18-008 ANNUAL SALARY: $37,534-$40,349 DOE MINIMUM YEARS OF DIRECTLY RELATED EXPERIENCE REQUIRED Three (3) years secretarial or court related experience; or equivalent combination of education, training and experience. PROFESSIONAL CREDENTIALS REQUIRED None KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED Clerical, customer and personal service, production and processing, English language and composition, law and government, legal terminology and automated court case management systems. SKILLS REQUIRED Active listening, journalist writing, public speaking (large groups), problem recognition, time management, multitasking, typing and data entry, shorthand/speed writing, taking and transcribing dictation. ABILITIES REQUIRED Fully and quickly comprehend spoken words, focus, multi-task, read and write at professional level, maintain calm demeanor in stressful situations, requires flexibility and requires confidentiality. PHYSICAL DEMANDS • Occasionally stands to present. • Routinely lifts under 10 lbs. of work related materials. • Requires dexterity for keyboard operation constantly; requires dexterity for special machines occasionally. • Incumbents in this position may be required to occasionally walk; routinely bend. • Constantly sitting to complete reports, records, data entry and other court files. WORK ENVIRONMENT Incumbents in this position regularly spends time in office environment; occasionally spends time in courtrooms, classroom(s) and in automobile. SAFETY RISK EXPOSURE Incumbents in this position are exposed to safety risk; may become exposed to rare physical danger, rare chemical hazards, rare bloodborne pathogens. PROTECTIVE GEAR & SAFETY MANUALS Incumbents in this position are required to constantly follow written safety procedures and manuals relevant to the division or department. CONSEQUENCES OF ERROR Potential errors can result in unfavorable public perceptions and legal ramifications. NOTICE: APPLICANTS MAY BE REQUIRED TO FURNISH, AT THEIR OWN EXPENSE, DOCUMENTARY PROOF OF EDUCATIONS, CERTIFICATION, REGISTRATION, LICENSE OR ANY OTHER PROOF OF COMPETENCY AS REQUIRED IN THE OFFICIAL CLASSIFICATION DESCRIPTION OR ANNOUNCEMENT AND MAY BE REQUIRED TO UNDERGO PHYSICAL, PSYCHOLOGICAL AND/OR BACKGROUND INVESTIGATIONS AS A CONTINUING CONDITION OF EMPLOYMENT. FURTHER, APPLICANTS FOR POSITIONS REQUIRING OPERATION OF A COUNTY OR PERSONAL VEHICLE ON OFFICIAL BUSINESS MUST POSSESS AND MAINTAIN COUNTY OR PERSONAL VEHICLE OPERATORS LICENSE. GILA COUNTY DOES NOT DISCRIMINATE ON THE BASIS OF RACE, COLOR, NATIONAL ORIGIN, SEX, RELIGION, AGE OR DISABILITY, AND FAMILIAL STATUS IN EMPLOYMENT OR THE PROVISIONS OF SERVICE AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY/AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EMPLOYER. Closing Date/Time:
Gila County, AZ Globe, AZ, USA
Sep 07, 2017
Full Time
The purpose of this position is to promote the health and wellbeing of inmates and to provide appropriate medical care. This position supervises and manages the department, provides patient care and responds to emergencies, and provides health and wellness education to inmates and staff. The role provides staff training and acts as a liaison between medical and detention staff. The position also maintains the supplies inventory. SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES Regularly assigns work to other employees and supervises related activities. Makes final decisions on scheduling work hours of employees; evaluating performance of employees; handling employee grievances; employee training and granting time off. Provides recommendations on employee promotions; salary increases; disciplinary actions; employee coaching; managing assistants and managing supervisors. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES TIME SPENT • Supervises and manages medical department, including nursing and medical staff. 50% • Provides direct patient care for routine medical concerns, prescribes medications and performs medical procedures. 10% • Reviews inmates' medical histories and prescriptions. 10% • Responds to medical emergencies and provides lifesaving skills to injured/sick patients. Promotes inmate health and wellness; educates inmates and staff about medical concerns. 10% • Provides training, including basic first aid and CPR, for medical, nursing and detention staff. Acts as liaison between medical staff and detention officers. 10% • Maintains inventory of supplies and medications. 10% • Performs other duties as assigned. BUDGET RESPONSIBILITIES This position has no responsibility over any types of budget. PROJECT RESPONSIBILITIES Provides project research support on organizational development and HR projects. ORAL COMMUNICATION DUTIES This position trains colleagues, explains County procedures or processes, responds to public inquiries, moderates and participates in meetings and negotiates or persuades. WRITTEN COMMUNICATION DUTIES This position creates or edits documents, internal memos, emails, formal letters and reports. INTERACTIONS WITH THE GENERAL PUBLIC Interacts extensively with employees, customers, the general public, vendors, regulatory bodies, and other groups and/or individuals and Institutions over the telephone, by email, and/or in person. INTERACTIONS SPECIFICALLY WITH CUSTOMERS Consistently (More than 40% but less that 55% in a year) MINIMUM EDUCATION REQUIRED Doctor of Medicine, Doctor of Osteopathy, Nurse Practitioner, or Physician's Assistant. MINIMUM YEARS OF DIRECTLY RELATED EXPERIENCE REQUIRED Ten (10) years of medical administrative experience; County detention facilities experience preferred. DEPARTMENT: Sheriff's Office POSITION: Detention Medical Director LOCATION: Globe/Payson JOB CODE: 17-098 PLEASE USE CIVILIAN/VOLUNTEER APPLICATION ANNUAL SALARY: $66,202-$79,442 DOE PROFESSIONAL CREDENTIALS REQUIRED Arizona State Medical License, Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support (ACLS) Certification. KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED Practice and principles of medical service administration, human resources management, pharmacology, emergency management procedures, first aid, and CPR. SKILLS REQUIRED Exceptional research and writing skills, organizational and reporting skills, active learning, active listening, critical thinking, analyzing training needs, problem recognition, problem solving, time management and multi-tasking. ABILITIES REQUIRED Multi-task, perform tasks with finger dexterity, maintain mental response and quickness, maintain calm demeanor in stressful situations and read and write at professional level. PHYSICAL DEMANDS • Regularly stands to attend to reported incidents. • Routinely sits to complete report and to operate computers. • May be required to lift work related materials or equipment of more than 75 lbs. • Constantly requires dexterity for keyboard operation. • Constantly requires dexterity for special medical gadgets and for special medical machines. • Incumbents in this position may be required to occasionally walk to and from work sites; bend and stoop to complete tasks. WORK ENVIRONMENT Incumbents in this position constantly spends time in medical examination room and in a medical office environment for reporting and data entry. Travel is necessary due to the large geographic area of service. Incumbents may be required to visit jail facilities. SAFETY RISK EXPOSURE Incumbents in this position may become exposed to physical danger, chemical hazards, bloodborne pathogens, communicable diseases, hostile patients, verbal abuse and emotional individuals. PROTECTIVE GEAR & SAFETY MANUALS Incumbents in this position are required to constantly follow written safety procedures and manuals relevant to the division or department. CONSEQUENCES OF ERROR Potential errors can result in property damage, individual injury, or loss of life. NOTICE: APPLICANTS MAY BE REQUIRED TO FURNISH, AT THEIR OWN EXPENSE, DOCUMENTARY PROOF OF EDUCATIONS, CERTIFICATION, REGISTRATION, LICENSE OR ANY OTHER PROOF OF COMPETENCY AS REQUIRED IN THE OFFICIAL CLASSIFICATION DESCRIPTION OR ANNOUNCEMENT AND MAY BE REQUIRED TO UNDERGO PHYSICAL, PSYCHOLOGICAL AND/OR BACKGROUND INVESTIGATIONS AS A CONTINUING CONDITION OF EMPLOYMENT. FURTHER, APPLICANTS FOR POSITIONS REQUIRING OPERATION OF A COUNTY OR PERSONAL VEHICLE ON OFFICIAL BUSINESS MUST POSSESS AND MAINTAIN COUNTY OR PERSONAL VEHICLE OPERATORS LICENSE. GILA COUNTY DOES NOT DISCRIMINATE ON THE BASIS OF RACE, COLOR, NATIONAL ORIGIN, SEX, RELIGION, AGE OR DISABILITY, AND FAMILIAL STATUS IN EMPLOYMENT OR THE PROVISIONS OF SERVICE AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY/AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EMPLOYER. Closing Date/Time:
Gila County, AZ Globe, AZ, USA
Mar 30, 2018
Full Time
The purpose of this position is to help improve the nutritional status of infants in Gila County by providing breastfeeding education and support to WIC participants. This position provides breastfeeding information and support to WIC participants, manages a caseload, maintains contact with clients, coordinates classes and groups and maintains confidential records. SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES This position does not supervise other employees. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES TIME SPENT • Counsels pregnant and breastfeeding WIC participants via telephone, home visits, hospital visits, text and email. 20% • Supports and provides basic breastfeeding information to new mothers, including benefits of breastfeeding, overcoming common barriers and prevention/management of common breastfeeding concerns. 20% • Coordinates and facilitates breastfeeding classes and support groups. 15% • Manages caseload of WIC participants and makes routine periodic calls to assigned clients. 15% • Attends breastfeeding workshops and conferences, as appropriate. 10% • Maintains accurate record of each contact made with WIC participants. 10% • Maintains strict confidentiality. 10% • Performs other duties as assigned. BUDGET RESPONSIBILITIES This position has no responsibilty over any types of budget. PROJECT RESPONSIBILITIES Provides project research and clerical support on organizational development and employee training projects. ORAL COMMUNICATION DUTIES This position explains County procedures or processes, responds to public inquiries and participates in meetings. WRITTEN COMMUNICATION DUTIES This position creates or edits documents, internal memos, emails and reports. INTERACTIONS WITH THE GENERAL PUBLIC Interacts regularly with internal coworkers and other departmental personnel over the telephone, by email, and/or in person. Incidental contact with the public may occur as part of the work location. INTERACTIONS SPECIFICALLY WITH CUSTOMERS Always (More than 85% in a year). MINIMUM EDUCATION REQUIRED High School Diploma or GED. MINIMUM YEARS OF EXPERIENCE REQUIRED One (1) year experience; or equivalent combination of education, training and experience. Has breastfed at least one baby (does not have to be currently breastfeeding). PROFESSIONAL CREDENTIALS REQUIRED/PREFERRED A valid Arizona Driver's License required; International Board Certified Lactation Consultant preferred. KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED Clerical, customer and personal service. Incumbents in this position must have knowledge of breastfeeding and lactation problems. DEPARTMENT: Health & Emergency Services POSITION: P.T. Breastfeeding Peer Counselor LOCATION: Globe/Payson JOB CODE: 18-030 10 TO 15 HOURS PER WEEK HOURLY SALARY: $11.11 - $11.94 DOE SKILLS REQUIRED Active listening, critical thinking, customer service, public speaking (large groups), problem recognition, problem solving and troubleshooting. ABILITIES REQUIRED Ability to solve problems using deductive reasoning, focus, multi-task, maintain mental response and quickness, maintain calm demeanor in stressful situations. PHYSICAL DEMANDS • Rarely stands to present and to attend to customers. • Regularly sits to complete report, operate computers, complete a program and attend to other duties; occasionally sits to attend to reception areas. • Occasionally lifts under 10 lbs., occasionally lifts up to 25 lbs. WORK ENVIRONMENT Incumbents in this position typically work in an office environment. Occasionally spends time in lobby environment and automobile. SAFETY RISK EXPOSURE Incumbents in this position are routinely exposed to bloodborne pathogens. PROTECTIVE GEAR & SAFETY MANUALS Incumbents in this position are required to constantly follow written safety procedures and manuals relevant to the division or department. Incumbents in this position are constantly required to wear rubber gloves. CONSEQUENCES OF ERROR Potential errors can result in minor delay or inconvenience. Errors can be detected early. SPECIFIC CONDITION Incumbents in this position must be able to work 10 -15 hours a week. Has reliable transportation. NOTICE: APPLICANTS MAY BE REQUIRED TO FURNISH, AT THEIR OWN EXPENSE, DOCUMENTARY PROOF OF EDUCATIONS, CERTIFICATION, REGISTRATION, LICENSE OR ANY OTHER PROOF OF COMPETENCY AS REQUIRED IN THE OFFICIAL CLASSIFICATION DESCRIPTION OR ANNOUNCEMENT AND MAY BE REQUIRED TO UNDERGO PHYSICAL, PSYCHOLOGICAL AND/OR BACKGROUND INVESTIGATIONS AS A CONTINUING CONDITION OF EMPLOYMENT. FURTHER, APPLICANTS FOR POSITIONS REQUIRING OPERATION OF A COUNTY OR PERSONAL VEHICLE ON OFFICIAL BUSINESS MUST POSSESS AND MAINTAIN COUNTY OR PERSONAL VEHICLE OPERATORS LICENSE. GILA COUNTY DOES NOT DISCRIMINATE ON THE BASIS OF RACE, COLOR, NATIONAL ORIGIN, SEX, RELIGION, AGE OR DISABILITY, AND FAMILIAL STATUS IN EMPLOYMENT OR THE PROVISIONS OF SERVICE AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY/AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EMPLOYER. Closing Date/Time:
Gila County, AZ Globe, AZ, USA
Mar 14, 2018
Full Time
The purpose of this position is to provide appropriate healthcare to inmates. Assess inmates' medical needs, performs medical procedures, distributes medications, provides ongoing care and completes appropriate paperwork. SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES This position does not supervise other employees. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES TIME SPENT • Triages detention inmate care needs by conducting health assessment and prioritizing healthcare needs within scope of authority; evaluates acute and chronic symptoms, and may determine essential care required. 20% • Performs procedures and uses equipment as delegated by the supervisor, consistent with demonstrated competencies. 15% • Performs basic medical care procedures and prescribed medical treatments; provides medical, psychiatric and dental care according to policies, procedures and regulations. 15% • Interviews and observes patients to ascertain medical history and current condition; reviews patients' records; and takes vital signs and assesses current condition and symptoms. 10% • Performs physical examinations and testing as mandated by regulations and protocols; documents and reports test results. Then performs treatments based on test and examinations. 10% • Observes and assesses patients' conditions and behavior; reports significant changes to supervisor or physician. 10% • Performs administrative duties: receives and maintains logs and files a variety of reports, client charts, client interactions and other documents; documents all encounters with inmates; records nursing notes on patient charts, as required. 10% • Serves on-call with respect to after-hours medical needs/complaints; may provide after-hours blood draws for local law enforcement agencies; keeps Detention staff and other County staff up-to-date on CPR and First Aid; orders medical supplies that are needed for inmate care. 10% • Performs other duties as assigned BUDGET RESPONSIBILITIES This position has no responsibility over any types of budget. PROJECT RESPONSIBILITIES Provides project research support on quality assurance projects. ORAL COMMUNICATION DUTIES This position explains County procedures or processes, responds to public inquiries, participates in meetings, moderates gatherings and negotiates or persuades. WRITTEN COMMUNICATION DUTIES This position creates or edits documents, internal memos, emails, formal letters and reports. INTERACTIONS WITH THE GENERAL PUBLIC Interacts regularly with internal coworkers and other departmental personnel over the telephone, by email, and/or in person. Incidental contact with the public may occur as part of the work location. INTERACTIONS SPECIFICALLY WITH CUSTOMERS Frequently (More than 25% but less than 40% in a year) MINIMUM EDUCATION REQUIRED Associates Degree in Nursing, Certification, License or Vocational School training in the Nursing field. DEPARTMENT: Sheriff's Office POSITION: Medical Assistant LOCATION: Globe JOB CODE: 18-026 PLEASE USE CIVILIAN/VOLUNTEER APPLICATION ANNUAL SALARY: $34,900-$36,597 DOE MINIMUM YEARS OF DIRECTLY RELATED EXPERIENCE REQUIRED One (1) year directly related experience. PROFESSIONAL CREDENTIALS REQUIRED Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) Certificate. KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED Pharmacology, hazardous materials (handling and disposal), nursing, first aid, and CPR. SKILLS REQUIRED Active learning, active listening, critical thinking, persuading and influencing, troubleshooting and multi-tasking. ABILITIES REQUIRED Solve problem sensibly and swiftly, recognize problems, focus, read and write at college level and follow orders. PHYSICAL DEMANDS • Regularly stands to attend to customers. • Constantly sits to attend to other duties. • Occasionally lifts under 10 lbs. • Incumbents in this position may be required to regularly bend and kneel. WORK ENVIRONMENT Incumbents in this position constantly spends time in medical examination room and in a medical office environment for reporting and data entry. SAFETY RISK EXPOSURE Incumbents in this position are generally not exposed to safety risk. On rare occasions, incumbents in this position may become exposed to physical danger, bloodborne pathogens and communicable diseases. PROTECTIVE GEAR & SAFETY MANUALS Incumbents in this position are required to constantly follow written safety procedures and manuals relevant to the division or department. CONSEQUENCES OF ERROR Potential errors can result in unfavorable public perceptions and legal ramifications. NOTICE: APPLICANTS MAY BE REQUIRED TO FURNISH, AT THEIR OWN EXPENSE, DOCUMENTARY PROOF OF EDUCATIONS, CERTIFICATION, REGISTRATION, LICENSE OR ANY OTHER PROOF OF COMPETENCY AS REQUIRED IN THE OFFICIAL CLASSIFICATION DESCRIPTION OR ANNOUNCEMENT AND MAY BE REQUIRED TO UNDERGO PHYSICAL, PSYCHOLOGICAL AND/OR BACKGROUND INVESTIGATIONS AS A CONTINUING CONDITION OF EMPLOYMENT. FURTHER, APPLICANTS FOR POSITIONS REQUIRING OPERATION OF A COUNTY OR PERSONAL VEHICLE ON OFFICIAL BUSINESS MUST POSSESS AND MAINTAIN COUNTY OR PERSONAL VEHICLE OPERATORS LICENSE. GILA COUNTY DOES NOT DISCRIMINATE ON THE BASIS OF RACE, COLOR, NATIONAL ORIGIN, SEX, RELIGION, AGE OR DISABILITY, AND FAMILIAL STATUS IN EMPLOYMENT OR THE PROVISIONS OF SERVICE AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY/AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EMPLOYER. Closing Date/Time:
Gila County, AZ Globe, AZ, USA
Oct 11, 2017
Full Time
The purpose of this position is to perform land surveying, compile and maintain drawing databases that contain accurate measurements in relation to Gila County lands and rights of way. SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES This position does not supervise other employees. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES TIME SPENT • Coordinates and leads land surveying projects and supervises assigned project personnel; serves as a technical specialist for staff in the application of surveying principles and practices. 30% • Conducts mathematical calculations from collected field survey data and existing recorded data to determine property lines, right-of-way lines and easement locations. 20% • Conducts surveying activities including geodetic, boundary, cadastral, photogrammetric control, construction staking, GPS and static surveys, and RTK work. 10% • Utilizes GPS survey equipment to locate and measure right-of-way, property corners, section corners, centerline, elevation, easement, stakeout, grade, topography, traverse, section breakdown and cross-sectioning; gathers field data to create topographic maps used for project design; determines property boundaries, draws maps and prepares legal descriptions. 10% • Utilizes AutoCAD software to create Record of Survey and right-of-way maps for Gila County projects. 10% • Researches record deeds, right-of-way, easement documents and various maps to obtain necessary information for land surveys. 10% • Creates/drafts site plan maps, parking lot designs, signage, dirt road sketches and primitive road sketches as required. 10% • Performs other duties as assigned BUDGET RESPONSIBILITIES This position has no responsibility over any types of budget. PROJECT RESPONSIBILITIES This position does not have PROJECT RESPONSIBILITIES. ORAL COMMUNICATION DUTIES This position trains colleagues, explains County procedures or processes and responds to public inquiries. WRITTEN COMMUNICATION DUTIES This position creates or edits documents, internal memos, emails, contracts, deeds and legal descriptions, formal letters and reports. INTERACTIONS WITH THE GENERAL PUBLIC Interacts extensively with employees, customers, the general public, vendors, regulatory bodies, and other groups and/or individuals and Institutions over the telephone, by email, and/or in person. INTERACTIONS SPECIFICALLY WITH CUSTOMERS Continuously (More than 70% but less than 85% in a year) MINIMUM EDUCATION REQUIRED Associate's Degree and one (1) year technician engineering, drafting, construction, surveying, AutoCAD or equivalent experience, or equivalent combination of education, training and experience DEPARTMENT: Public Works Engineering POSITION: Land Surveyor LOCATION: Globe/Payson JOB CODE: 17-044 ANNUAL SALARY: $40,643-$45,519 DOE MINIMUM YEARS OF DIRECTLY RELATED EXPERIENCE REQUIRED Two (2) years of directly related experience; or equivalent combination of education, training and experience. PROFESSIONAL CREDENTIALS REQUIRED Registration as a Professional Land Surveyor in good standing with the State of Arizona; possession of a valid Arizona Driver's License; Drafting Software (AutoCAD) experience; Trimble Geomatics Office (TGO) experience. KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED Land Surveying practices and principles to include mathematics, cartography, Federal, State, Local laws, regulations and statutes. SKILLS REQUIRED Analytical thinking, critical thinking, problem recognition, problem solving, developing alternative solutions, time management, using scientific rules and methods, operating special survey equioment. ABILITIES REQUIRED Recognize problems, solve problems, perform mathematical operations, make sense of multiple data and deductive reasoning. PHYSICAL DEMANDS • Regularly sits to operate computers. • May be required to lift work related materials, equipment and tools up to 50 lbs. • Regularly requires dexterity for keyboard operation and for special machines. • Incumbents in this position may be required to walk to and from work sites, hike, stand and drive. WORK ENVIRONMENT Incumbents in this position perform work in an office environment as well as out in the field; exposure to variable and/or extreme weather conditions and general construction hazards; standing, walking, driving and lifting up to 50 pounds is involved. SAFETY RISK EXPOSURE Incumbents in this position are exposed to inclement weather; may be exposed to frequent bending, kneeling and lifting; may need to navigate through rough terrain; may be exposed to wildlife, domestic animals, reptiles, and/or insects. May be exposed to unsanitary conditions, fumes, moving mechanical parts, toxic or caustic chemicals; the noise level in the WORK ENVIRONMENT is usually loud. Employees may be called out to work off-shift in emergency situations. PROTECTIVE GEAR & SAFETY MANUALS Incumbents in this position are required to constantly follow written safety procedures and manuals relevant to the division or department. Requires the use of biosafety gear, industrial grade gloves, safety footwear, safety goggles and special equipment or devices. CONSEQUENCES OF ERROR Potential errors can result in unfavorable public perceptions and legal ramifications. NOTICE: APPLICANTS MAY BE REQUIRED TO FURNISH, AT THEIR OWN EXPENSE, DOCUMENTARY PROOF OF EDUCATIONS, CERTIFICATION, REGISTRATION, LICENSE OR ANY OTHER PROOF OF COMPETENCY AS REQUIRED IN THE OFFICIAL CLASSIFICATION DESCRIPTION OR ANNOUNCEMENT AND MAY BE REQUIRED TO UNDERGO PHYSICAL, PSYCHOLOGICAL AND/OR BACKGROUND INVESTIGATIONS AS A CONTINUING CONDITION OF EMPLOYMENT. FURTHER, APPLICANTS FOR POSITIONS REQUIRING OPERATION OF A COUNTY OR PERSONAL VEHICLE ON OFFICIAL BUSINESS MUST POSSESS AND MAINTAIN COUNTY OR PERSONAL VEHICLE OPERATORS LICENSE. GILA COUNTY DOES NOT DISCRIMINATE ON THE BASIS OF RACE, COLOR, NATIONAL ORIGIN, SEX, RELIGION, AGE OR DISABILITY, AND FAMILIAL STATUS IN EMPLOYMENT OR THE PROVISIONS OF SERVICE. AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY/AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EMPLOYER. Closing Date/Time:
Gila County, AZ Globe, AZ, USA
Apr 27, 2018
Full Time
The purpose of this position is to assist an assigned attorney, providing administrative support and customer service. This position provides administrative and clerical support to the assigned prosecutor in order to ensure that all assigned cases are prepared and organized. The secretary manages the prosecutor's schedule and caseload, types pleadings, and sets up interviews, court coverage, and meetings with victims and/or witnesses, etc. The role is also responsible for answering phones, dealing with visitors, and assisting other agencies with their requests. SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES This position does not supervise other employees. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES TIME SPENT • Performs various legal secretarial duties in support of assigned attorneys including document preparation, scheduling, and calendaring, case research and data collection, and trial preparation. 10% • Prepares legal pleadings, forfeiture documents, and logs; prepares summonses, indictments, long-form complaints, subpoenas for trial, and certificates of service. 20% • Manages and maintains attorney calendars, including meetings, court appearances, weekly on-call lists, law and motion days, and training. 10% • Calendars incoming court documents and minute entries; schedules interviews, oral arguments, hearings, and conference calls; and coordinates schedule changes. 10% • Takes notes and documents court proceeding case files; distributes case files to appropriate secretary or prosecutor. 10% • Prepares case files and documentation for trial; organizes and prepares trial notebooks; coordinates marking of evidence; transcribes interviews for incorporation in trial procedures; and ensures evidence has been tested and materials, evidence, and witnesses have been disclosed to defense. 10% • Monitors and maintains case files from opening to closure; updates case statuses in Judicial Dialog and on case/warrant lists; coordinates flow of judicial pleadings and filings; and maintains appeal cases and coordinates relevant documentation. 10% • Conducts case research and collects data on defendants; obtains criminal histories, case histories, addresses, and defendant descriptions. 10% • Answers and routes incoming calls; responds to general inquiries; replies to emails; communicates with County employees, elected officials, State agencies, attorneys, victims, defendants, and other relevant parties regarding cases. 10% • Performs other duties as assigned. BUDGET RESPONSIBILITIES This position has no responsibility over any types of budget. PROJECT RESPONSIBILITIES This position does not have PROJECT RESPONSIBILITIES. ORAL COMMUNICATION DUTIES This position trains colleagues, explains County procedures or processes and responds to public inquiries. WRITTEN COMMUNICATION DUTIES This position creates or edits documents, internal memos, emails, formal letters and reports. INTERACTIONS WITH THE GENERAL PUBLIC Interacts regularly with internal coworkers and other departmental personnel over the telephone, by email, and/or in person. Incidental contact with the public may occur as part of the work location. INTERACTIONS SPECIFICALLY WITH CUSTOMERS Frequently (More than 25% but less than 40% in a year) DEPARTMENT: County Attorney POSITION: Legal Secretary LOCATION: Globe JOB CODE: 18-034 ANNUAL SALARY: $32,423-$34,855 DOE MINIMUM EDUCATION REQUIRED High School Diploma or GED with additional specialized or technical training courses. MINIMUM YEARS OF DIRECTLY RELATED EXPERIENCE REQUIRED Five (5) years legal secretarial experience; or equivalent combination of education, training and experience. PROFESSIONAL CREDENTIALS REQUIRED/PREFERRED None KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED Database management, clerical, customer and personal service, English language and composition, law and government. Principles of record keeping, case files and records management; legal terminology, forms and documentation; legal processes and procedures; court processes and procedures for filing of legal documents; applicable State and Federal rules, codes and regulations; business and personal computers, and business office software applications; County policies and procedures; business English, spelling, punctuation and grammatical usage. SKILLS REQUIRED Active learning, active listening, critical thinking, analytical writing, customer service, time management, multi-tasking, typing and data entry. Transcribing dictation, especially legal terminology; effectively communicating in written and verbal forms; writing and completing accurate reports, legal documents and correspondence; assessing and prioritizing multiple tasks, projects and demands; effective verbal and written communication; establishing and maintaining effective working relations with co-workers; officers of the court, relevant agencies and the public. ABILITIES REQUIRED Recognize patterns and order information, focus, multi-task, read and write at college level, read and write at professional level. Prepare legal and technical correspondence; read legal documents and extract relevant information; transcribe legal dictation; manage attorney calendars and schedule complex meeting agendas; conduct case research and collect data; prepare and maintain case files. PHYSICAL DEMANDS • Occasionally stands to present and to attend to customers. • Sits to operate special equipment and to attend to reception areas. • May be required to lift work related materials and equipment up to 75 lbs. • Constantly requires dexterity for keyboard operation; rarely requires dexterity for special gadgets and special machines. • Incumbents in this position may be required to occasionally walk to and from work sites, bend and stoop; occasionally crawl, kneel and twist. WORK ENVIRONMENT Incumbents in this position constantly spends time in office environment; regularly spends time in lobby environment; in computer server room(s); in computer laboratory; spends time in automobile. Work is performed in an office environment where the PHYSICAL DEMANDS require sitting for extended periods of time, occasional lifting of file boxes; frequent use of computers and standard office equipment; may work under stress of deadlines and may encounter irate or disgruntled public. SAFETY RISK EXPOSURE Incumbents in this position may become exposed to telephone verbal abuse by customers or citizens; individuals with high level of emotional distress; physical danger, mechanical hazards, chemical hazards and electrical hazards. PROTECTIVE GEAR & SAFETY MANUALS Incumbents in this position are required to constantly follow written safety procedures and manuals relevant to the division or department. CONSEQUENCES OF ERROR Potential errors can result in unfavorable public perceptions and legal ramifications. NOTICE: APPLICANTS MAY BE REQUIRED TO FURNISH, AT THEIR OWN EXPENSE, DOCUMENTARY PROOF OF EDUCATIONS, CERTIFICATION, REGISTRATION, LICENSE OR ANY OTHER PROOF OF COMPETENCY AS REQUIRED IN THE OFFICIAL CLASSIFICATION DESCRIPTION OR ANNOUNCEMENT AND MAY BE REQUIRED TO UNDERGO PHYSICAL, PSYCHOLOGICAL AND/OR BACKGROUND INVESTIGATIONS AS A CONTINUING CONDITION OF EMPLOYMENT. FURTHER, APPLICANTS FOR POSITIONS REQUIRING OPERATION OF A COUNTY OR PERSONAL VEHICLE ON OFFICIAL BUSINESS MUST POSSESS AND MAINTAIN COUNTY OR PERSONAL VEHICLE OPERATORS LICENSE. GILA COUNTY DOES NOT DISCRIMINATE ON THE BASIS OF RACE, COLOR, NATIONAL ORIGIN, SEX, RELIGION, AGE OR DISABILITY, AND FAMILIAL STATUS IN EMPLOYMENT OR THE PROVISIONS OF SERVICE AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY/AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EMPLOYER. Closing Date/Time:
Gila County, AZ Star Valley, AZ 85541, USA
Apr 12, 2018
Full Time
The purpose of this position is to perform semi-skilled work in the construction, repair and maintenance of roads, right-of-ways, auxiliary structures, and secondary roads; operate various types of construction equipment in accordance with safety regulations and procedures. SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES This position does not supervise other employees. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES TIME SPENT • Operates road construction and maintenance equipment including front end loaders, backhoes, bulldozers, motor graders, paving machines, street sweepers and compactors, in accordance with all safety regulations and procedures. 20% • Grades roads, paves roads, replace asphalt, patches and repairs roads, clean roadways and sweeps streets. 10% • Maintains ditches and culverts including removing debris from ditches, installing culverts and ensuring the efficient flow of culverts. 10% • Performs manual labor assignments as needed, including fire control, accident and hazardous materials cleanup, guardrail and foliage maintenance and debris removal; cuts and removes brush and trees impacting roadways as required. 10% • Follows safety regulations on all work zone and flagging sites, including placing barricades and cones; performs emergency road services in relation to fires, floods and roadway inspection. 10% • Hauls materials and transports vehicles and equipment to jobsites using various trucks and transporters. 10% • Inspects, cleans and performs routine operational check on trucks and heavy equipment. 10% • Performs traffic control activities including setting up signs and flagging traffic. 10% • May perform emergency road services in relation to snow removal, flood damage repair, rockslides, and fires. 10% • Performs other duties as assigned BUDGET RESPONSIBILITIES This position has no responsibility over any types of budget. PROJECT RESPONSIBILITIES This position does not have PROJECT RESPONSIBILITIES. ORAL COMMUNICATION DUTIES This position may train colleagues. WRITTEN COMMUNICATION DUTIES This position creates or edits documents, internal memos, timesheets and reports. INTERACTIONS WITH THE GENERAL PUBLIC Interacts primarily internally with other employees at the same level. Minimal contact with customers or general public. INTERACTIONS SPECIFICALLY WITH CUSTOMERS Sometimes (More than 10% but less than 25% in a year) DEPARTMENT: Public Works Consolidated Roads POSITION: Road Maintenance/Equipment Operator LOCATION: Star Valley JOB CODE: 18-032 PLEASE USE CDL/DRIVER'S EMPLOYMENT APPLICATION ANNUAL SALARY: $28,089-$30,196 DOE MINIMUM EDUCATION REQUIRED High School Diploma or GED MINIMUM YEARS OF DIRECTLY RELATED EXPERIENCE REQUIRED Three (3) years' experience in road construction and maintenance and operation of related equipment; or equivalent combination of education, training and experience. PROFESSIONAL CREDENTIALS REQUIRED A valid Arizona Class B Commercial Driver's License is required. Within the first three months of employment, a valid Arizona Class A Commercial Driver's License with Tanker Endorsement must be obtained. This position is subject to drug and alcohol testing. KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED Customer and personal service, excavation, grading, compaction and traffic control procedures. SKILLS REQUIRED Critical thinking, problem solving, analyzing operations, troubleshooting and time management. ABILITIES REQUIRED Read and write minimum High School level, solve problems using inductive reasoning, make sense of multiple information, speak clearly and sensibly and maintain calm demeanor in stressful situations. PHYSICAL DEMANDS • Occasionally stands to direct traffic, to complete tasks and to attend to reported incidents. • Regularly sits to complete reports, routinely sits to operate special equipment. • May be required to lift work related materials, equipment, and tools of more than 75 lbs. in weight. • Regularly requires dexterity for special gadgets and special machines. • Incumbents in this position may be required to routinely walk to and from work sites, occasionally bend, stoop, crawl, kneel and routinely twist. WORK ENVIRONMENT Incumbents in this position regularly perform work at external construction areas: new and maintained County roads, easements and water ways. SAFETY RISK EXPOSURE Incumbents in this position may become exposed to verbal abuse by customers, or citizens; individuals with high level of emotional distress; physical danger, mechanical hazards, chemical hazards; electrical hazards; bloodborne pathogens and communicable diseases; fire hazards; explosives, respiratory hazards; extreme temperature; noise and vibration; and wetness and humidity. PROTECTIVE GEAR & SAFETY MANUALS Incumbents in this position are required to constantly follow written safety procedures and manuals relevant to the division or department; constantly requires safety foot wear, hearing protection devices, eye protection devices and hard hat. CONSEQUENCES OF ERROR Potential errors can result in unfavorable public perceptions and legal ramifications. NOTICE: APPLICANTS MAY BE REQUIRED TO FURNISH, AT THEIR OWN EXPENSE, DOCUMENTARY PROOF OF EDUCATIONS, CERTIFICATION, REGISTRATION, LICENSE OR ANY OTHER PROOF OF COMPETENCY AS REQUIRED IN THE OFFICIAL CLASSIFICATION DESCRIPTION OR ANNOUNCEMENT AND MAY BE REQUIRED TO UNDERGO PHYSICAL, PSYCHOLOGICAL AND/OR BACKGROUND INVESTIGATIONS AS A CONTINUING CONDITION OF EMPLOYMENT. FURTHER, APPLICANTS FOR POSITIONS REQUIRING OPERATION OF A COUNTY OR PERSONAL VEHICLE ON OFFICIAL BUSINESS MUST POSSESS AND MAINTAIN COUNTY OR PERSONAL VEHICLE OPERATORS LICENSE. GILA COUNTY DOES NOT DISCRIMINATE ON THE BASIS OF RACE, COLOR, NATIONAL ORIGIN, SEX, RELIGION, AGE OR DISABILITY, AND FAMILIAL STATUS IN EMPLOYMENT OR THE PROVISIONS OF SERVICE. AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY/AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EMPLOYER. Closing Date/Time: JUNE 2, 2018
Gila County, AZ Globe, AZ, USA
Jun 17, 2017
Full Time
The purpose of this position is to perform semi-skilled work in the construction, repair and maintenance of roads, right-of-ways, auxiliary structures, and secondary roads; operate various types of construction equipment in accordance with safety regulations and procedures. SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES This position does not supervise other employees. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES TIME SPENT • Operates road construction and maintenance equipment including front end loaders, backhoes, bulldozers, motor graders, paving machines, street sweepers and compactors, in accordance with all safety regulations and procedures. 20% • Grades roads, paves roads, replace asphalt, patches and repairs roads, clean roadways and sweeps streets. 10% • Maintains ditches and culverts including removing debris from ditches, installing culverts and ensuring the efficient flow of culverts. 10% • Performs manual labor assignments as needed, including fire control, accident and hazardous materials cleanup, guardrail and foliage maintenance and debris removal; cuts and removes brush and trees impacting roadways as required. 10% • Follows safety regulations on all work zone and flagging sites, including placing barricades and cones; performs emergency road services in relation to fires, floods and roadway inspection. 10% • Hauls materials and transports vehicles and equipment to jobsites using various trucks and transporters. 10% • Inspects, cleans and performs routine operational check on trucks and heavy equipment. 10% • Performs traffic control activities including setting up signs and flagging traffic. 10% • May perform emergency road services in relation to snow removal, flood damage repair, rockslides, and fires. 10% • Performs other duties as assigned BUDGET RESPONSIBILITIES This position has no responsibility over any types of budget. PROJECT RESPONSIBILITIES This position does not have PROJECT RESPONSIBILITIES. ORAL COMMUNICATION DUTIES This position may train colleagues. WRITTEN COMMUNICATION DUTIES This position creates or edits documents, internal memos, timesheets and reports. INTERACTIONS WITH THE GENERAL PUBLIC Interacts primarily internally with other employees at the same level. Minimal contact with customers or general public. INTERACTIONS SPECIFICALLY WITH CUSTOMERS Sometimes (More than 10% but less than 25% in a year) DEPARTMENT: Public Works Consolidated Roads POSITION: Road Maintenance/Equipment Operator LOCATION: Globe JOB CODE: 17-017 PLEASE USE CDL/DRIVER'S EMPLOYMENT APPLICATION 2 POSITIONS AVAILABLE ANNUAL SALARY: $28,089-$30,196 DOE MINIMUM EDUCATION REQUIRED High School Diploma or GED MINIMUM YEARS OF DIRECTLY RELATED EXPERIENCE REQUIRED Three (3) years' experience in road construction and maintenance and operation of related equipment; or equivalent combination of education, training and experience. PROFESSIONAL CREDENTIALS REQUIRED A valid Arizona Class B Commercial Driver's License is required. Within the first three months of employment, a valid Arizona Class A Commercial Driver's License with Tanker Endorsement must be obtained. This position is subject to drug and alcohol testing. KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED Customer and personal service, excavation, grading, compaction and traffic control procedures. SKILLS REQUIRED Critical thinking, problem solving, analyzing operations, troubleshooting and time management. ABILITIES REQUIRED Read and write minimum High School level, solve problems using inductive reasoning, make sense of multiple information, speak clearly and sensibly and maintain calm demeanor in stressful situations. PHYSICAL DEMANDS • Occasionally stands to direct traffic, to complete tasks and to attend to reported incidents. • Regularly sits to complete reports, routinely sits to operate special equipment. • May be required to lift work related materials, equipment, and tools of more than 75 lbs. in weight. • Regularly requires dexterity for special gadgets and special machines. • Incumbents in this position may be required to routinely walk to and from work sites, occasionally bend, stoop, crawl, kneel and routinely twist. WORK ENVIRONMENT Incumbents in this position regularly perform work at external construction areas: new and maintained County roads, easements and water ways. SAFETY RISK EXPOSURE Incumbents in this position may become exposed to verbal abuse by customers, or citizens; individuals with high level of emotional distress; physical danger, mechanical hazards, chemical hazards; electrical hazards; bloodborne pathogens and communicable diseases; fire hazards; explosives, respiratory hazards; extreme temperature; noise and vibration; and wetness and humidity. PROTECTIVE GEAR & SAFETY MANUALS Incumbents in this position are required to constantly follow written safety procedures and manuals relevant to the division or department; constantly requires safety foot wear, hearing protection devices, eye protection devices and hard hat. CONSEQUENCES OF ERROR Potential errors can result in unfavorable public perceptions and legal ramifications. NOTICE: APPLICANTS MAY BE REQUIRED TO FURNISH, AT THEIR OWN EXPENSE, DOCUMENTARY PROOF OF EDUCATIONS, CERTIFICATION, REGISTRATION, LICENSE OR ANY OTHER PROOF OF COMPETENCY AS REQUIRED IN THE OFFICIAL CLASSIFICATION DESCRIPTION OR ANNOUNCEMENT AND MAY BE REQUIRED TO UNDERGO PHYSICAL, PSYCHOLOGICAL AND/OR BACKGROUND INVESTIGATIONS AS A CONTINUING CONDITION OF EMPLOYMENT. FURTHER, APPLICANTS FOR POSITIONS REQUIRING OPERATION OF A COUNTY OR PERSONAL VEHICLE ON OFFICIAL BUSINESS MUST POSSESS AND MAINTAIN COUNTY OR PERSONAL VEHICLE OPERATORS LICENSE. GILA COUNTY DOES NOT DISCRIMINATE ON THE BASIS OF RACE, COLOR, NATIONAL ORIGIN, SEX, RELIGION, AGE OR DISABILITY, AND FAMILIAL STATUS IN EMPLOYMENT OR THE PROVISIONS OF SERVICE. AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY/AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EMPLOYER. Closing Date/Time:
Gila County, AZ Globe, AZ, USA
Nov 02, 2017
Full Time
The purpose of this position is to provide Gila County employees with safe, functioning vehicles and equipment. This position performs repairs to and overhauls vehicles and equipment, operates tools, and ensures the work space is clean and safe. SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES This position does not supervise other employees. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES TIME SPENT • Overhauls automobiles, heavy and light trucks, heavy and light construction equipment, other vehicles, small gasoline engines and similar equipment. 50% • Performs major and minor repairs to vehicles and equipment; records service information. 10% • Operates a variety of hand, power and shop tools, bridge crane and forklift. 20% • Fabricates, modifies and repairs vehicles and equipment using gas and arc welding equipment. 10% • Performs cleaning duties and safety checks. 10% • Performs other duties as assigned. BUDGET RESPONSIBILITIES This position has no responsibility over any types of budget. PROJECT RESPONSIBILITIES This position does not have PROJECT RESPONSIBILITIES. ORAL COMMUNICATION DUTIES This position trains colleagues. WRITTEN COMMUNICATION DUTIES This position creates or edits documents, internal memos, emails and reports. INTERACTIONS WITH THE GENERAL PUBLIC Interacts regularly with internal coworkers and other departmental personnel over the telephone, by email, and/or in person. Incidental contact with the public may occur as part of the work location. INTERACTIONS SPECIFICALLY WITH CUSTOMERS Frequently (More than 25% but less than 40% in a year) MINIMUM EDUCATION REQUIRED High School Diploma or GED. MINIMUM YEARS OF DIRECTLY RELATED EXPERIENCE REQUIRED Four (4) years directly related experience; or equivalent combination of education, training and experience. PROFESSIONAL CREDENTIALS REQUIRED A valid Arizona Class B Commercial Driver's License with Tanker Endorsement is required or must be obtained within six (6) months of employment. Hazmat Endorsement must be obtained within twelve (12) months of employment. Position is subject to drug and alcohol testing. DEPARTMENT: Public Works Auto/Equipment Maintenance POSITION: Vehicle & Equipment Mechanic LOCATION: Globe JOB CODE: 17-047 PLEASE USE CDL/DRIVER'S EMPLOYMENT APPLICATION ANNUAL SALARY: $32,423-$34,855 DOE KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED Customer and personal service, mechanical (e.g., machines and tools), mathematics, hazardous materials (handling and disposal) and dangerous chemicals containment. SKILLS REQUIRED Problem recognition, problem solving, troubleshooting, conducting tests, routine maintenance, operating heavy equipment, operating special tools and multi-tasking. ABILITIES REQUIRED Solve problem sensibly and swiftly, recognize problems, focus, multi-task and follow orders. PHYSICAL DEMANDS • Regularly stands to perform custodian work. • Occasionally sits to complete report. • May be required to lift work related materials, equipment, tools, and/or gears up to 75 lbs. • Requires dexterity for keyboard operation, special tools and special machines. • Incumbents in this position may be required to occasionally walk to and from work sites, bend, stoop, crawl, kneel, twist and work from heights to complete tasks. WORK ENVIRONMENT Incumbents in this position routinely spends time in and around outside construction areas; constantly spends time in maintenance bay; and in custodian or janitorial room. SAFETY RISK EXPOSURE Incumbents in this position may become exposed to physical danger, mechanical hazards, chemical hazards, electrical hazards, fire hazards, respiratory hazards, extreme temperature, noise and vibration, and wetness and humidity. PROTECTIVE GEAR & SAFETY MANUALS Incumbents in this position are required to constantly follow written safety procedures and manuals relevant to the division or department. Requires welding gloves, safety footwear, eye protection devices and hard hat. CONSEQUENCES OF ERROR Potential errors can have legal ramifications, loss of funding, loss of organization's credibility. NOTICE: APPLICANTS MAY BE REQUIRED TO FURNISH, AT THEIR OWN EXPENSE, DOCUMENTARY PROOF OF EDUCATIONS, CERTIFICATION, REGISTRATION, LICENSE OR ANY OTHER PROOF OF COMPETENCY AS REQUIRED IN THE OFFICIAL CLASSIFICATION DESCRIPTION OR ANNOUNCEMENT AND MAY BE REQUIRED TO UNDERGO PHYSICAL, PSYCHOLOGICAL AND/OR BACKGROUND INVESTIGATIONS AS A CONTINUING CONDITION OF EMPLOYMENT. FURTHER, APPLICANTS FOR POSITIONS REQUIRING OPERATION OF A COUNTY OR PERSONAL VEHICLE ON OFFICIAL BUSINESS MUST POSSESS AND MAINTAIN COUNTY OR PERSONAL VEHICLE OPERATORS LICENSE. GILA COUNTY DOES NOT DISCRIMINATE ON THE BASIS OF RACE, COLOR, NATIONAL ORIGIN, SEX, RELIGION, AGE OR DISABILITY, AND FAMILIAL STATUS IN EMPLOYMENT OR THE PROVISIONS OF SERVICE AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY/AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EMPLOYER. Closing Date/Time:
Gila County, AZ Globe, AZ, USA
Mar 16, 2018
Full Time
The purpose of this position is to support the financial administration of the Regional Justice Court. This position completes month-end reports and performs citation entry and clerical duties. Performs clerical accounting duties involved with maintaining and reviewing accounting records, claims, accounts payable and/or receivables. Assures the department is in compliance with Supreme Court and County policies and procedures. SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES This position does not supervise other employees. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES TIME SPENT • Processes complex accounting and financial duties involved with maintaining and reviewing accounting records, claims, accounts records, accounts payable and/or receivables. Reconciles transactions and accounting activities according to policies; records changes; reconciles and resolves differences; reviews accounting and transaction records, and corrects errors as required; reconciles cash receipts and balances. 20% • Posts debits and credits to journals; balances accounts; reconciles and balances accounts; makes journal entries and Treasurer Receipts; processes warrants. Process end of month's reports to State of Arizona and Gila County, process quarterly financial reports and submits to the State of Arizona. 10% • Assists the public either on the phone or over the counter in the use of court forms, document filing procedures and other such matters requiring the application of technical/legal/judicial procedures and practices; receives and completes orders for services/materials from public or employees; evaluates need for service and directs individuals/calls to appropriate office; assists individuals in locating materials/information; explains fees and fines. 10% • Responds to inquiries from the public, attorneys, case witnesses and law enforcement representatives; gathers information needed to respond to inquiries by researching case status, case documents and the notations or rules/procedures/codes on specific questions which requires distinguishing between, and consideration of sensitive /protected public information. May be required to understand or interpret legal documents. Legal/court procedure regarding case/processing and status; makes copies of files and requested in accordance with department policy. 10% • Assist in the processes Tax Intercept monies and assists with processing FARE monies. 10% • Establish and provide monthly progress reports to the Judge. Researches and compiles data in preparation for audits; provides information and/or assistance to auditors as required. 10% • Will perform bailiff duties for the office. Assists with courtroom duties and fill out documents for the judge, attorneys as needed. Assures paperwork is attached and copies were sent to all parties involved. Distributes cases for sentencing and notifies victim advocate for victim's notification. 10% • Customer Service at the Counter and by phone. 10% • Upon assisting with receipting balances drawer and validates other cashier's drawers. 10% • Performs other duties as assigned. BUDGET RESPONSIBILITIES This position has no responsibility over any types of budget. PROJECT RESPONSIBILITIES This position does not have PROJECT RESPONSIBILITIES. ORAL COMMUNICATION DUTIES This position explains County procedures or processes. WRITTEN COMMUNICATION DUTIES This position creates or edits documents, internal memos, emails and reports. INTERACTIONS WITH THE GENERAL PUBLIC Interacts extensively with employees, customers, the general public, vendors, regulatory bodies, and other groups and/or individuals and Institutions over the telephone, by email, and/or in person. INTERACTIONS SPECIFICALLY WITH CUSTOMERS Sometimes (More than 10% but less than 25% in a year) DEPARTMENT: Globe Justice Court POSITION: Accounting Clerk Sr. LOCATION: Globe JOB CODE: 18-003 ANNUAL SALARY: $24,478-$26,084 DOE MINIMUM EDUCATION REQUIRED High School Diploma or GED with additional specialized or technical training courses. MINIMUM YEARS OF DIRECTLY RELATED EXPERIENCE REQUIRED Three (3) years accounting experience; one (1) year clerical experience; legal terminology preferred, demonstrated computer skills in working with word processing, spreadsheet and email software; or equivalent combination of education, training and experience. Any combination of education, training and experience, which demonstrates ability to perform duties of the position. PROFESSIONAL CREDENTIALS REQUIRED None. KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED Clerical, finance, accounting, law and government, banking. The position in this class require a definable body of knowledge and skills and/or specific program responsibility which are normally gained with experience and training. While responsibilities may vary depending upon the department to which assigned, all positions including performance of a wide variety of technical or specialized accounting and/or financial office support. Fundamental principles and techniques used in bookkeeping and accounting; applicable State and Federal statues, rules, codes and regulations; automated accounting system; accounting documentation and reporting; principles of record keeping and record management; general office practices and procedures; customer service standards and protocol; County policies and procedures; as well as the Minimum Accounting Standards (M.A.S) by the Arizona Supreme Court. Legal terminology and judiciary principles and practices; the Arizona Judicial Code of Conduct; legal terminology and documentation; methods and standards for processing legal documents; principles of records management, storage retrieval processes; forms, records, document processing procedures, structure and function of judicial processes; standards for preparing, marking, and maintaining exhibits; automated court case management system. SKILLS REQUIRED Active listening, critical thinking, customer service, problem recognition, problem solving, troubleshooting, multi-tasking, typing and data entry. Skills in typing with speed and accuracy generally at 35 WPM. Maintaining accurate and interrelated accounting records, and identifying and reconciling errors, creates Excel ledgers for other vendors the court received money from and reconciles those monies, effective verbal and written communication; establishing and maintaining effective working relationship with co-workers, judges; multi- tasking a variety of projects and managing priorities and tasks to meet schedules and timelines. Effectively communicating in written and verbal forms; effectively relate to people of diverse socioeconomic backgrounds and temperaments; operating computer, calculators and/all office machines. Keeps inventory of the departmental supply room and reports to office manager for ordering supplies. ABILITIES REQUIRED Perform mathematical operations, react in a calm and timely manner. Multi-task and assist as courtroom clerk, provides legal clerical assistance during trials and hearings such as summarizing court proceedings, administering oaths upon the request of the judge; marking/maintaining exhibits; coordinate the tracking and disposition of exhibits; utilize court calendaring and automated court case management systems. Maintain the confidentiality and integrity of the department; maintains the court calendar for the department's website and make sure it posts accordingly. Continue with sixteen education hours required by Supreme Court yearly. Reconciles month ends reports according to M.A.S. and abides by Supreme Court as well as County Policies. PHYSICAL DEMANDS • Occasionally stands to attend to customers. • Routinely sits to perform duties. • May be required to lift work related materials or equipment up to 25 lbs. • Constantly requires dexterity for keyboard operation. • Incumbents in this position may be required to walk to and from work sites; routinely bend; occasionally stoop and kneels. WORK ENVIRONMENT Incumbents in this position constantly spends time in office environment. SAFETY RISK EXPOSURE Incumbents in this position are generally not exposed to safety risk. Occasionally, may become exposed to telephone verbal abuse by customers or citizens. PROTECTIVE GEAR & SAFETY MANUALS Incumbents in this position are required to constantly follow written safety procedures and manuals relevant to the division or department. CONSEQUENCES OF ERROR Potential errors can cause inconveniences to other employees, and/or delays in related work areas. Delays in services are possible. NOTICE: APPLICANTS MAY BE REQUIRED TO FURNISH, AT THEIR OWN EXPENSE, DOCUMENTARY PROOF OF EDUCATIONS, CERTIFICATION, REGISTRATION, LICENSE OR ANY OTHER PROOF OF COMPETENCY AS REQUIRED IN THE OFFICIAL CLASSIFICATION DESCRIPTION OR ANNOUNCEMENT AND MAY BE REQUIRED TO UNDERGO PHYSICAL, PSYCHOLOGICAL AND/OR BACKGROUND INVESTIGATIONS AS A CONTINUING CONDITION OF EMPLOYMENT. FURTHER, APPLICANTS FOR POSITIONS REQUIRING OPERATION OF A COUNTY OR PERSONAL VEHICLE ON OFFICIAL BUSINESS MUST POSSESS AND MAINTAIN COUNTY OR PERSONAL VEHICLE OPERATORS LICENSE. GILA COUNTY DOES NOT DISCRIMINATE ON THE BASIS OF RACE, COLOR, NATIONAL ORIGIN, SEX, RELIGION, AGE OR DISABILITY, AND FAMILIAL STATUS IN EMPLOYMENT OR THE PROVISIONS OF SERVICE AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY/AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EMPLOYER. Closing Date/Time: