Gila County

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Gila County, AZ Globe, AZ, USA
Jun 21, 2017
Full Time
Performs specialized, complex office support and clerical work of a technical nature in support of Gila County Court system. SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES This position does not supervise other employees. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES TIME SPENT • Receives, computes, classifies and posts fees or fines for criminal, family law, civil, probate and guardianship cases; issues receipts; reconciles cash drawer, lists data on indexes and cross reference systems and enters information and documents into established filing and data systems, uses indexes and researches information, maintains and controls complex filing systems. 20% • Analyzes dockets and indexes; processes legal documents, judgments and minute entries. May issue marriage licenses and record returned licenses. May receive and process passport applications. 15% • Prepares legal papers according to court orders; receives and composes correspondence; notarizes documents; maintains logs, work production records and composes routine reports related to court actions and cases. 10% • Maintains legal files and indices; checks files in and out using automated file tracking system; Oversees vault which contains court files and microfilm; enters and maintains data in automated court case management system; receipting documents; prepares and processes formal orders; answers telephones; maintains, monitors, reviews disposition of case files. Maintains awareness of rules governing destruction of court records for microfilming purposes; prepares and arranges for files to be sent for microfilming; confirms accuracy of records when returned from microfilming; and maintains microfilm. 15% • Assists the public without giving legal advice. 10% • Digitizes all court documents. 10% • May be required to travel to satellite offices; may act as back up for Courtroom Clerk IV; completes mandatory 16 hours of continuing education and United States Passport Agent certification yearly; operates a variety of office machines. 20% • Performs other duties as assigned. BUDGET RESPONSIBILITIES This position provides research support on elected office level budget. PROJECT RESPONSIBILITIES This position does not have PROJECT RESPONSIBILITIES. ORAL COMMUNICATION DUTIES This position responds to public inquiries and explains County procedures or processes. WRITTEN COMMUNICATION DUTIES This position creates or edits documents, internal memos, emails and formal letters. 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 e-mail, and/or in person DEPARTMENT: Clerk of Superior Court POSITION: Court Clerk LOCATION: Globe JOB CODE: 17-063 ANNUAL SALARY: $27,511-$29,575 DOE MINIMUM EDUCATION REQUIRED High School Diploma or GED with additional specialized or technical training courses. MINIMUM YEARS OF DIRECTLY RELATED EXPERIENCE REQUIRED One (1) year experience or equivalent combination of education, training and experience. PROFESSIONAL CREDENTIALS REQUIRED None KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED Clerical, customer and personal service, training, English language and composition, law and government. SKILLS REQUIRED Active learning, active listening, reading, communicating diplomatically, customer service, problem solving, multi-tasking, typing and data entry. ABILITIES REQUIRED Make sense of multiple information, focus, maintain calm demeanor in stressful situations, follow orders, recognize problems, speak clearly and sensibly, read and write at professional level and multi task. PHYSICAL DEMANDS • Occasionally stands to attend to cash register and to attend to customers. • Regularly sits to complete reports and to operate special equipment. • Routinely sits to attend to other duties. • Constantly requires dexterity for keyboard operation. • Incumbents in this position may be required to routinely walk to and from work sites, bend, stoop and occasionally twist. • Occasionally lifts a maximum of 25 lbs. WORK ENVIRONMENT Incumbents in this position constantly spends time in office environment; in lobby environment; and in library, courtroom or other public access areas, automobile or vehicle. 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 and/or 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 cause inconveniences to other employees, and/or delays in related work areas. Delays of 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.
Gila County, AZ Globe, AZ, USA
Jun 21, 2017
Full Time
The purpose of this position is to improve the mental health and wellbeing of Gila County Jail inmates.This position assesses and records inmates' mental health needs, coordinates medication provision, liaises with other contacts and conducts research. SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES This position does not supervise other employees. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES TIME SPENT • Conducts mental health assessments and prioritizes psychiatric needs of inmates, conducting interviews to listen to their issues; evaluates acute and chronic symptoms, and may determine essential care required, as mandated by regulations and protocols; documents and reports test results. 60% • Documents contacts made with inmates, including on the phone and in person. 20% • Coordinates with medical personnel to provide inmates with medications. 10% • Liaises with officers, medical personnel, and outside contacts to obtain more information to help inmates; conducts research to find other mental health agencies. 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. This position routinely provides therapy through verbal discussions with inmates. 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 Continuously (More than 70% but less than 85% in a year) MINIMUM EDUCATION REQUIRED Bachelor's Degree in Social Work or related field. MINIMUM YEARS OF DIRECTLY RELATED EXPERIENCE REQUIRED One (1) year experience in counseling or related social work area. PROFESSIONAL CREDENTIALS REQUIRED None DEPARTMENT: Sheriff's Office POSITION: Part-time Inmate Counselor LOCATION: Globe JOB CODE: 17-062 19 HOURS PER WEEK HOURLY SALARY: $20.02-$22,42 DOE KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED English language and composition, psychology, case management - corrections. Department policies and procedures; psychiatric sciences including mental health maintenance, promotion and prevention; principles of mental health education and counseling; principles of medical terminology, anatomy, physiology and concepts of disease; principles and practices of records management, and patient file documentation procedures; hazardous chemicals and materials, first aid and CPR. SKILLS REQUIRED Active listening, analytical thinking, analytical writing, communicating diplomatically, negotiating, problem recognition, developing alternative solutions, typing and data entry. ABILITIES REQUIRED Express one's self orally, express self through written words, perform tasks with finger dexterity, speak clearly and sensibly. PHYSICAL DEMANDS • Routinely sits to complete report and to operate computers. • May be required to lift work related materials or equipment up to 10 lbs. • Routinely requires dexterity for keyboard operation. • Incumbents in this position may be required to walk to and from work sites. WORK ENVIRONMENT Incumbents in this position perform work in the County Jail facilities; work involves intense concentration on activities going on around one's location on a constant basis throughout the entire work shift; and must be able to work during weekdays, weekends, and holidays as needed. Must work with a manipulative and clinically challenging client population with possibility of high-risk infections. SAFETY RISK EXPOSURE Incumbents in this position are subject to emotional individual encounters; 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 property damage, individual injury, or loss of life. SECURITY REQUIREMENTS Incumbents in this position are required to be U.S. citizens with no felony convictions. Incumbents in this position are required to have unrestricted Arizona Driver's License upon appointment. Prior to being appointed, all incumbents in this position are subject to complete a background check as well as medical, polygraph, psychological, written and oral examinations. 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.
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: $27,511-$29,575 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.
Gila County, AZ Globe, AZ, USA
Jun 16, 2017
Full Time
The purpose of this position is to provide safe, functioning equipment and automotive vehicles for the County.This position inspects and maintains vehicles and systems on vehicles and equipment, in addition to ensuring a clean, safe workplace. SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES This position does not supervise other employees. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES TIME SPENT • Performs comprehensive vehicle safety inspections and preventive maintenance; performs mechanical repairs, rebuilds and/or overhauls vehicles and equipment including differential, manual and automatic transmissions; replaces mufflers and weld repairs exhaust systems. 40% • Tests, diagnoses and repairs all systems on County vehicles and equipment; inspects, tests and diagnoses mechanical and electrical systems for automotive, specialized road maintenance, heavy construction, and law enforcement equipment; determines the nature of repairs required to make vehicles/equipment safe and operable, this includes road tests after the repairs. 15% • Provides assistance with cleaning maintenance shop including sweeping and mopping floors, picking up tools, and cleaning shop benches; cleans and fuels vehicles; picks up and delivers vehicles and equipment in the field. 15% • Designs and fabricates vehicle accessories, radio support mounts, emergency light mounts; cargo hold-downs and supports and ladders; installs equipment, modifications and additions including stripes and decals on law enforcement and emergency vehicles. 10% • Performs repairs on trailers and small equipment including generators, pumps, small engines, motorcycles, all-terrain vehicles, weed trimmers, and chain saws; performs preventative maintenance on vehicles/equipment in accordance with standardized maintenance schedules; determines materials, supplies and equipment required to complete work assignments. 10% • May operate service truck and towing equipment to provide emergency service on County vehicles as necessary. 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 cowokers 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: Public Works POSITION: Automotive Mechanic LOCATION: Globe JOB CODE: 17-005 PLEASE USE CDL/DRIVER'S APPLICATION ANNUAL SALARY: $31,756-$34,138 DOE MINIMUM EDUCATION REQUIRED High School Diploma or GED MINIMUM YEARS OF DIRECTLY RELATED EXPERIENCE REQUIRED Four (4) years automotive mechanic experience; or equivalent combination of education, training and experience. Technical school training in automotive maintenance and repair and/or trade certifications are desirable. PROFESSIONAL CREDENTIALS REQUIRED A valid Class B Commercial Driver's License is required or must be obtained within six (6) months of employment. MAC/EMAC and ASE Certification preferred. Position is subject to drug and alcohol testing. KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED Electrical systems, mechanical (e.g., machines and tools), hazardous materials (handling and disposal), education. Automotive/equipment maintenance principles and practices; maintenance/repair methods and standards; instruments, tools and diagnostic equipment used to repair/maintain vehicles and equipment; safety precautions relevant to repairing, maintaining and operating light and heavy vehicles; design and fabrication techniques. SKILLS REQUIRED Customer service, routine maintenance, occasionally operating heavy equipment, operate and understand scan tools and electronic diagnostic tools and electronic service manuals, as well as, the printed versions. ABILITIES REQUIRED Read and write minimum high school level, solve problems using deductive reasoning, perform tasks with finger dexterity, maintain hand, eye, coordination and follow orders. PHYSICAL DEMANDS • Occasionally stands to attend to customers. • Occasionally sits to complete reports and to operate special equipment. • May be required to lift work related materials, equipment, tools, and/or gears or more than 75 lbs. in weight. • Constantly requires dexterity for special tools; occasionally requires dexterity for special machines. • Incumbents in this position may be required to occasionally walk to and from work sites; regularly bend; occasionally stoop, crawl, kneel in, out, over and under vehicles that are being maintained. WORK ENVIRONMENT Incumbents in this position perform work in a maintenance shop environment and in the field. May occasionally spend time in an office environment. SAFETY RISK EXPOSURE Incumbents in this position may be exposed to variable weather conditions when repairing vehicles in the field; exposure to motor, transmission and hydraulic oil, cleaning solvents, mechanical hazards, chemical hazards and electrical hazards. PROTECTIVE GEAR & SAFETY MANUALS Incumbents in this position are required to constantly follow written and/or electronic safety procedures and manuals relevant to the division or department. This position constantly requires safety foot wear, eye protection devices and hard hat; routinely requires hearing protection devices. 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.
Gila County, AZ Globe, AZ, USA
Jun 14, 2017
Full Time
The purpose of this position is to supervise the staff and operations of the Treasurer's Office, ensuring accurate tax information and customer service while generating revenue for Gila County to meet its goals and objectives. This position supervises and coordinates administrative and staff activities in support of the Treasurer's Office. The supervisor establishes and maintains communication with the County Assessor's and Recorder's Offices, directs and supervises the collection of property taxes, and monitors expenditures, communicating with the Treasurer regarding budget maintenance. Further responsibilities include providing staff training and maintaining the Treasurer's Office. SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES Provides recommendations on evaluating performance of employees; handling grievances; employee training and employee coaching. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES TIME SPENT • Supervises daily operations for receipt of monies and provision of customer service; processes payments from tax services and large taxpayers; responds to complaints and answers inquiries; provides training on new procedures to tax department staff; ensures accuracy of records for monies kept in safe and of daily balancing; maintains monies used to cash jurors' vouchers; and provides backup on telephones and counter. 20% • Creates and administers Tax Lien Sale according to Arizona Revised Statutes; processes certificates; liaises with investors during foreclosure process, notifies taxpayers, and administers Treasurer Deeds when ordered by court; processes reports for payment of subsequent taxes and processes such payments; maintains records in Tax Lien Sale books; and prepares 1099 forms for investor interest earned and reports to IRS and investors. 10% • Processes tax roll corrections and generates corrected tax bills or refunds to taxpayer, which involves liaison with Assessor's Office and conducting research; sends demand to Board of Supervisors for additional funds to pay penalties, if necessary. 10% • Monitors budget, maintenance agreements and contracts; pays invoices according to budget; monitors office inventory log and makes any changes needed; and files annual report with procurement department. 10% • Creates and coordinates mailing of delinquent letters to public; monitors outgoing mail and composition of correspondence, if needed; processes Certificates of Clearance on personal property. 10% • Assists Chief Deputy Treasurer in submission of tax roll to printer and in verification of tax rates; provides tax service companies with new tax roll each September in addition to, throughout year, electronic files and data which generates revenue. 10% • Monitors bankruptcies and submits claims or notifications to investors; monitors parcel changes, whether split or combined with another parcel; ensures advertisements and website are updated; collaborates with Sheriff's office on preparing forms to seize personal property for sale; prepares new title applications following auction completions; and prepares property tax credit forms and affidavits for individuals to file for state income tax refunds for returning of property tax payments. 10% • Acts as office manager in absence of Treasurer and Chief Deputy. 10% • Assists Chief Deputy on deeding properties to State of Arizona or processing property sales through Board of Supervisors. 10% • Performs other duties as assigned. BUDGET RESPONSIBILITIES This position provides research support on department budget. Maintains maintenance agreements and settle dues; maintains contracts related to office expenditures and generates "Treasurer on Demand" data and information. PROJECT RESPONSIBILITIES Provides project research support on technology projects, employee training and development projects. DEPARTMENT: Treasurer POSITION: Treasurer Services Supervisor LOCATION: Globe JOB CODE: 17-060 OPEN TO GILA COUNTY EMPLOYEES ONLY ANNUAL SALARY: $39,807-$44,583 DOE 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, reports and formal letters. 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 Three (3) years treasury services experience, including two (2) years Lead/Supervisory experience; or equivalent combination of education, training and experience. A valid Arizona Driver's License. PROFESSIONAL CREDENTIALS REQUIRED None KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED Administration and management, clerical, customer and personal service, accounting and accounts payable. SKILLS REQUIRED Active learning, active listening, customer service, problem recognition, problem solving, time management, multi-tasking, typing and data entry. ABILITIES REQUIRED Express one's self orally, express self through written words, solve problems sensibly and swiftly, memorize and recall, and multi-task. PHYSICAL DEMANDS • Routinely stands to attend to cash register and to attend to customers. • Regularly sits to complete report, to complete a program and to attend to other duties. • 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 gadgets. • May be required to routinely walk to and from work sites and occasionally stoop. WORK ENVIRONMENT Incumbents in this position constantly spends time in office environment and regularly spends time in lobby environment. SAFETY RISK EXPOSURE Incumbents in this position are generally not exposed to safety risk; may occasionally become exposed to telephone or in-person verbal abuse by customers or citizens, and individuals with a 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 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.
Gila County, AZ Globe, AZ, USA
Jun 14, 2017
Full Time
The purpose of this position is to plan, develop, and evaluate department's goals, objectives, policies and procedures; interprets laws and regulations; develops systems and standards for program evaluation; assures department's activities are in compliance with all laws, policies and regulations; performs all duties required by applicable State law, Arizona Revised Statutes and generally accepted accounting procedures. The Finance Director organizes and directs the Finance Department activities including accounting, payroll, accounts payable and purchasing functions; review monthly, interim, and comprehensive annual reports, ensuring adherence to statutory and regulatory reporting requirements and policies; reconciles and verifies general ledger transactions. SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES Regularly assigns work to other employees and supervises related activities. Makes recommendations on employee discharge; hiring employees; scheduling work hours of employees; evaluating employee performance; handling employee grievances; training; granting time off; employee promotions; salary increases; disciplinary actions and coaching. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES TIME SPENT • Develops and implements long range financial plans in relation to County revenue targets, expenditures and investments; prepares and analyzes financial and statistical reports necessary for senior management relating to expenditures, revenues, departmental forecasting, etc. 20% • Directs the department management and staff through appropriate delegation and work supervision; meets regularly with staff to discuss and resolve workload and technical issues; reviews work in progress in order to anticipate technical and management problems; implements changes to improve the organization's functions and processes. 15% • Develops, directs, maintains and audits County funds, accounting, general ledger system, financial statements, purchasing, accounts payable and payroll functions; oversees internal audits of County departments; audits records of established payroll tax; oversees grant applications and compliance with grants; coordinates the annual external audit process. 15% • Develops, maintains, monitors and ensures compliance with departmental policies/procedures and statutory and regulatory requirements. 15% • Researches, compiles data, reviews and coordinates annual County budgets review/development with County Supervisors and Department Heads; participates in budget hearings and prepares various budget and financial reports in accordance with Federal, State and other governmental agency reporting requirements. 15% • Coordinates and consults with CPA auditors and State Auditor General Office; prepares financial impact statements. Establishes and maintains communication with County department heads, elected officials, vendors and other agencies to analyze issues, identify alternative solutions, project consequences of proposed actions, and implement recommendations in support of County goals. 10% • Conducts research and compiles data for required financial reports; ensures compliance with UAMAC and GAAFR regulations; oversees and coordinates audit activities and processes; researches, compiles and reviews audit information. 10% • Performs other duties as assigned. BUDGET RESPONSIBILITIES This position reviews the consolidation of budget from all Gila County departments, makes recommendations, approves reports and statistics, presents and communicates County-wide level budget information. PROJECT RESPONSIBILITIES Initiates, communicates and provides leadership on projects involving organizational planning, organizational development, human resources, quality assurance and process improvement projects. DEPARTMENT: Finance POSITION: Finance Director LOCATION: Globe JOB CODE: 17-061 ANNUAL SALARY: $70,232-$98,324 DOE ORAL COMMUNICATION DUTIES This position trains colleagues, explains County procedures or processes, responds to public inquiries, negotiates or persuades and moderates, presides over and leads meetings. WRITTEN COMMUNICATION DUTIES This position creates or edits documents, internal memos, emails, procedures, formal letters and reports. INTERACTIONS WITH THE GENERAL PUBLIC Interacts extensively with employees, the public, Board of Supervisors, regulatory bodies, 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 Bachelor's Degree in Accounting, Finance, Business Administration or a related field or equivalent combination of education, training and experience. MINIMUM YEARS OF DIRECTLY RELATED EXPERIENCE REQUIRED Ten (10) years governmental accounting experience; or equivalent combination of education, training and experience. PROFESSIONAL CREDENTIALS REQUIRED/PREFERRED Government Finance Officers Certification preferred. 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), and Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) standards, recommended practices and policies; Accounting principles and practices; Federal and State regulations governing accounting activities; processes for developing and implementing County budgets; methods for developing financial plans and objectives; supervisory principles, practices and methods; principles and practices of legal, ethical and professional rules of conduct; applicable State and Federal statutes, rules, codes and regulations; statistical models for budgeting and forecasting; business and personal computers, and spreadsheet software applications; County organization, operations, policies and procedures. SKILLS REQUIRED Analytical thinking, reading, communicating diplomatically, customer service, developing training strategies, problem solving, developing alternative solutions, multi-tasking, reading and interpreting. Directing all aspects of County financial operations, activities and evaluate staff; reading, interpreting, understanding and applying accounting standards and procedures, applicable Federal rules and regulations, and County policies and procedures; analyzing complex financial issues, evaluating alternatives and making logical recommendations based on findings; effective verbal and written communication; presenting information and responding to questions from groups of managers, employees and the general public; 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, and delegate tasks and authority; demonstrate analytical ability in defining problems, collecting data, analyzing information, and making logical conclusions based on facts; interpret a variety of technical instructions and manage abstract and concrete variables; apply mathematical operations to such tasks as frequency distribution, determination of test reliability and validity, correlation techniques, and factor analysis; develop departmental plans, objectives and policies; prepare financial reports; ensure compliance with accounting standards and regulatory requirements; demonstrate effective interpersonal relationships in bringing people together to solve problems. 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 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 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.
Gila County, AZ Payson, AZ 85541, USA
Jun 08, 2017
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). DEPARTMENT: Public Works Facilities POSITION: Building Maintenance Technician LOCATION: Payson JOB CODE: 17-058 ANNUAL SALARY: $24,954-$26,825 DOE MINIMUM EDUCATION REQUIRED High School Diploma or GED 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.
Gila County, AZ Payson, AZ 85541, USA
Jun 08, 2017
Full Time
A Permit Technician performs a variety of administrative functions, assists customers and staff within the five departments of the Community Development Division which includes Building Safety, Code Enforcement, Floodplain, Planning/Zoning and Wastewater. SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES This position does not supervise other employees. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES TIME SPENT • Provides customer service to the public, contractors and developers in responding to requests for information, answering questions on permit requirements and associated fees; explains policies, procedures, codes, standards and enforcement; provides assistance to the public within the scope of authority and training; assists the public with preparation of applications for accuracy and completeness for the five departments within the division. 20% • Reviews incoming plans and permit requests for completeness and compliance to regulations; inspects, reviews and processes documents according to division policies and procedures; accepts or rejects applications; approves and issues permits for the departments. Forwards applications and supporting documentation to appropriate staff for review and comment; provides technical information to staff as authorized and alerts staff to potential problems and issues. 20% • Creates customer parcel and permit files; enters application data as well as other information into computer and manual filing systems; compiles and maintains accurate and detailed records; maintains and updates computer files regarding permits and project submittals. Researches and maintains permit and inspection records, plans and maps; maintains corresponding filing systems and computerized data bases. 20% • Schedules inspections based on geographic location, time constraints and workload. Compiles information for inspectors. 15% • Receives and processes monies for all departments; may be required to prepare weekly deposits; may be required to prepare and distribute regular reports detailing activities and financial status for assigned areas. 10% • Performs a variety of general office duties including answering incoming telephone calls, corresponding by e-mail and letters, picking up and delivering mail to the post office and distributing mail to staff; ordering office supplies; general office work and may process time reporting for the division as assigned. 15% • 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, 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. DEPARTMENT: Community Development POSITION: Permit Technician LOCATION: Payson JOB CODE: 17-057 ANNUAL SALARY: $24,954-$26,825 DOE INTERACTIONS SPECIFICALLY WITH CUSTOMERS Continuously (More than 70% but less than 85% in a year) MINIMUM EDUCATION REQUIRED High School Diploma or GED MINIMUM YEARS OF DIRECTLY RELATED EXPERIENCE REQUIRED One (1) year directly related experience; or equivalent combination of education, training and experience. PROFESSIONAL CREDENTIALS REQUIRED International Code Council Permit Technician Certification is required. Within the first eighteen months of employment, an International Code Council Permit Technician Certification must be obtained. KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED Clerical, customer and personal service, database management, banking, cash handling processes and procedures, mathematics, standard office applications, geography of Gila County, Community Development Department activities and operations, regulations governing building and zoning activities and related reports and documentation. SKILLS REQUIRED Active learning, reading, customer service, problem solving, multi-tasking, typing and data entry, customer service, active listening, problems recognition, problem solving, multi-tasking, effectively communicating in written and verbal forms, writing and completing accurate reports, establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with co-workers and public. ABILITIES REQUIRED Read and write at minimum High School level, express self through written words and orally, speak clearly and sensibly, maintain auditory attention, maintain hand, eye, coordination, recognize problems, solve problems using deductive reasoning, follow orders, maintain calm demeanor in stressful situations, maintain oratory ability under stressful situations, react in a calm and timely manner, stay focused, make sense of multiple data, memorize and recall, perform mathematical operations, find directions and current locations. PHYSICAL DEMANDS • Sitting for extended periods of time to write documents, records, data entry, operate computers, calculators, or other office tools. • Standing for extended periods of time to attend to customers. • Continuous use of computers and standard office equipment. • Lifting and carrying work related material, office supplies and equipment a maximum of 25 pounds. • Dexterity, hand/eye coordination for keyboards, mouse, calculators, special machines and equipment. WORK ENVIRONMENT Incumbents in this position constantly spend time in office environment and lobby customer service/reception area. 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 and 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 cause inconveniences to other employees, and/or delays in related work areas. Delays of 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.
Gila County, AZ Payson, AZ 85541, USA
Jun 08, 2017
Full Time
The purpose of this position is to manage the courts, management includes supervising staff. This position plans, directs, and supervises the duties of department staff, which include accounting tasks. The role also involves managing staff payroll hours and annual leave as well as administrative duties, such as assuring compliance with the minimum accounting standards, rules of judicial administration and assures compliance of all staff with the Code of Conduct for judicial employees. Prepares and monitors statistical reports, for needs assessment and budgetary issues. May represent the Courts at community meetings or other committee meetings relating to the administration of justice. SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES Regularly assigns work to other employees and supervises related activities. Provides recommendations on hiring employees; scheduling work hours; evaluating employee performance; handling employee grievances; employee promotions; salary increases; disciplinary actions and on managing other employees. Makes final decisions on employee coaching; employee training; granting time off; managing assistants and managing supervisors. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES TIME SPENT • Organizes, supervises, and delegates daily activities for staff; tracks and authorizes staff vacation/sick leave and processing employee payroll hours. 25% • Updates daily calendar with trials, pretrials and initial appearances; prepares paperwork and notices for attorneys, prosecutors and defendants. 25% • Supervises balancing of cash drawers and daily reports; prepares bank deposits and submits invoices to finance. 15% • Reviews new laws, rules, administration requirements and develops procedures and processes to comply with new rules, etc. as needed. 15% • Prepares reports for submission to MVD, criminal history and traffic schools; issues warrants and enters search warrants; attends meetings representing the office obtaining information and participates in meeting discussions. 10% • Maintains office supply inventory and assures maintenance of office machines, conduct minor troubleshooting and assures all vendor contracts are up to date. Monitor and maintain the budget. 10% • Performs other duties as assigned. BUDGET RESPONSIBILITIES This position reviews, edits and approves for submission project and team level budgets. PROJECT RESPONSIBILITIES Provides project resource allocation based on pre-approved resources involving quality assurance projects and organizational development. 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 and emails. 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 Regularly (More than 55% but less than 70% in a year) DEPARTMENT: Payson Justice Court POSITION: Justice Court Operations Manager LOCATION: Payson JOB CODE: 17-059 ANNUAL SALARY: $46,080-$51,610 DOE MINIMUM EDUCATION REQUIRED Associate's Degree in Public Administration or a related field. MINIMUM YEARS OF DIRECTLY RELATED EXPERIENCE REQUIRED Five (5) years legal administration experience, including two (2) years lead/supervisory experience; or equivalent combination of education, training and experience. PROFESSIONAL CREDENTIALS REQUIRED/PREFERRED A valid Arizona Driver's License; skill in typing with speed and accuracy generally at 60 wpm and take/transcribe dictation at 100 wpm. KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED Administration and management, clerical, customer and personal service, training, finance, rules, laws and judicial administration that apply to the justice system. SKILLS REQUIRED Active listening, communicating diplomatically, analyzing training needs, delivering training, problem solving, time management, multi- tasking, typing and data entry, ABILITIES REQUIRED Solve problems sensibly and swiftly, focus, multi-task, maintain calm demeanor in stressful situations, develop and implement new procedures. PHYSICAL DEMANDS • Rarely lifts under 10 lbs. of work related materials or equipment; rarely lifts up to 25 lbs. • Requires dexterity for keyboard operation. • From time to time required to do minor maintenance on copiers, faxes, printers, etc. WORK ENVIRONMENT Incumbents in this position constantly spends time in office environment, courtroom, library and classrooms. Incumbents occasionally are required to represent the office at community events and with vendors and agency meetings providing information and obtaining information. SAFETY RISK EXPOSURE Incumbents in this position may become exposed to telephone abuse by customers or citizens; individuals with high level of emotional distress; 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 cause inconveniences to other employees, and/or delays in related work areas. Delays of 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.
Gila County, AZ Star Valley, AZ 85541, USA
Jun 02, 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: Star Valley JOB CODE: 17-018 PLEASE USE CDL/DRIVER'S EMPLOYMENT APPLICATION ANNUAL SALARY: $27,511-$29,575 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.
Gila County, AZ Globe, AZ, USA
Jun 01, 2017
Full Time
The purpose of this position is to provide community safety by monitoring compliance of individuals with court-release conditions or terms and conditions of probation. This position performs surveillance to a caseload of probationers, conducts investigations for the court; maintains records, enforces court orders. The role administers drug and alcohol tests, assists with searches and arrests and provides information on clients to their respective probation officers. SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES This position does not supervise other employees. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES TIME SPENT • Investigates offenders for the court by gathering and verifying information. This includes interviewing offenders to find out about their backgrounds, including family, education, employment, finances, physical and mental health and alcohol and drug abuse; conducts criminal history checks; prepares reports and correspondence related to cases; updates and maintains case files, records and documents; participates in court staffings and hearings. 50% • Performs surveillance of pretrial/probation caseload at random times both day and night, keeping records of their activities in conjunction with probation officers through enforcement of mandated activities; monitors probationer at home, work, community, or treatment facilities; arranges or provides transportation to and from program activities; enforces curfews and house arrests; supervises and documents community restitution placements; administers urinalysis and breath alcohol tests. 50% • 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, reports and formal letters. 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 that 85% in a year) DEPARTMENT: Probation POSITION: Surveillance Officer LOCATION: Globe JOB CODE: 17-032 ANNUAL SALARY: $33,344-$35,845 DOE MINIMUM EDUCATION REQUIRED High School Diploma or GED MINIMUM YEARS OF DIRECTLY RELATED EXPERIENCE REQUIRED Three (3) years experience; or equivalent combination of education, training and experience. PROFESSIONAL CREDENTIALS REQUIRED/PREFERRED Successfully complete Intensive Probation Academy, Defensive Tactics Academy and Firearms Academy within the first year of employment. KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED Public safety and security; law and government; Federal, State, Local laws, regulations, statutes; law enforcement and case management - probation. SKILLS REQUIRED Active learning, active listening, analytical thinking, critical thinking, problem recognition, developing alternative solutions, conducting tests and multi-tasking. ABILITIES REQUIRED Solve problems using deductive reasoning; find directions and current locations; maintain calm demeanor in stressful situations; consider options, risks and benefits. PHYSICAL DEMANDS • Routinely stands to attend to watchmen duties and to attend to reported incidents; regularly stands to perform public safety duties. • Routinely sits to complete report, operate computers, operate special equipment and complete a program; occasionally sits to attend to reception areas and perform watchmen duties. • Consistently lifts under 10 lbs, ocassionally lifts up to 25 lbs, rarely lift up to 50 lbs. • Constantly requires dexterity for peacekeeping tools, for keyboard operation, for special gadget and special machines. • Incumbents in this position may be required to intervene to break citizen altercations; occasionally walk to and from work sites; routinely bend, stoop, crawl, kneel and routinely twist. WORK ENVIRONMENT Incumbents in this position perform surveillance duties in the field and in County offices/facilities; some non-standard work hours may be required; travel to other County facilities and to make probationer's home visits. SAFETY RISK EXPOSURE Incumbents in this position may become exposed to high stress levels and to hostile, confrontational situations with probationers; may become exposed to telephone verbal abuse by citizens or emotional individuals; physical danger, explosives, 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. Regularly require the use of compliance devices. CONSEQUENCES OF ERROR Potential errors can have legal ramifications, loss of funding, loss of organization's credibility. SPECIFIC EMPLOYMENT CONDITIONS Incumbents must be a U.S. citizen or have legal resident status and 21 years of age. Incumbents must pass a history and security check; successfully pass a psychological, medical evaluation and other training requirements. Must have an unrestricted Arizona Driver's License and carry required automobile insurance. 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.
Gila County, AZ Payson, AZ 85541, USA
Jun 01, 2017
Full Time
The purpose of this position is to facilitate the administrative processes of the CASA Program and to provide quality customer service. The position provides administrative support to the CASA Coordinator, Volunteers and administrators including but not limited to: document preparation; coordination of the flow of judicial documents and filings from the Clerk of the Superior Court; data- entry; file maintenance; calendar management; meeting and training coordination and accounting functions. SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES This position does not supervise other employees. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES TIME SPENT • Prepares highly complex and specialized clerical documents; distributes a variety of legal forms, along with spreadsheets, reports, and confidential correspondence by interpreting and consolidating materials from several sources; initiates, maintains and updates client's court cases, demographic information; enters statewide and national warrants and summonses into electronic databases; mails notices, certified mailings, and victim notifications and notarizes documents for court purposes. Files legal documentation at the Clerk of the Superior Courts office on a daily basis before distributing filed copies to appropriate parties. May act as Court Clerk in specialized hearings; generates contracts/directives for clients, records related orders and files with the Clerk of the Superior Court; types correspondence, reports, forms, meeting minutes, memorandas, newsletters and specialized documents; performs quality assurance duties as it relates to electronic databases and reporting. 50% • Assists public and volunteers in person or by phone, answering inquiries related to department services and programs; solicits and obtains basic information needed in order to determine appropriate action(s) to be taken; resolves discrepancies or errors, disperses relevant information, or refers clients to the appropriate personnel or location; responds to inquiries from Superior Court, public, volunteers, attorneys and the Department of Child Safety (DCS) representatives; gathers information needed to respond to inquiries by researching case status, case documents and file notations or rules/procedures/codes on specific questions, which requires distinguishing between and consideration of, sensitive/protected and public information; and make copies of files as requested in accordance with department policies; assists staff and volunteers with conferences, training sessions and community events; may conduct training classes offered by the department. 20% • Assists with CASA Volunteer management; data entry in the Dependent Children Automated Tracking System (DCATS) and the Juvenile Online Tracking System (JOLTS); assist with Volunteer screening and training; assist Volunteers with their child case management; maintain dependent children case files; review and edit Volunteer written court reports; maintains CASA Volunteer files; tracks mandatory requirements for CASA Volunteer Certification. • Tracks statistical data for quarterly reports to Administrative Office of the Courts (AOC) using DCATS, JOLTS and MS Excel. 30% • 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, formal letters and reports. DEPARTMENT: Superior Court Administration/CASA POSITION: Administrative Clerk Sr. LOCATION: Payson JOB CODE: 17-056 ANNUAL SALARY: $23,765-$25,547 DOE 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) 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 directly related experience or equivalent combination of education, training and experience. PROFESSIONAL CREDENTIALS REQUIRED Committee on Judicial Education and Training for the state, requires 16 hours of training per year; valid Arizona Driver's License. KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED Database management, clerical, customer and personal service, accounting, Federal, State, Local laws, regulations, statutes, legal terminology, forms and documentation, legal processes and procedures; court processes and procedures for filing of legal documents. SKILLS REQUIRED Active learning, critical thinking, communicating diplomatically, problem solving, analyzing operations, time management, multi-tasking, typing and data entry. ABILITIES REQUIRED Make sense of multiple data, focus, multi-task, react in calm and timely manner and deductive reasoning. PHYSICAL DEMANDS • Occasionally stands to attend to customers. • Regularly sits to attend to reception areas. • May be required to lift work related materials and equipment up to 25 lbs. • Constantly requires dexterity for keyboard operation. • Incumbents in this position may be required to routinely walk to and from work sites; occasionally kneel and twist. WORK ENVIRONMENT Incumbents in this position constantly spends time in office environment; constantly spends time in lobby environment; routinely spends time in courtroom; and occasionally spends time in automobile. SAFETY RISK EXPOSURE Incumbents in this position may become exposed to telephone verbal abuse by customers, clients or citizens, individuals with high level of emotional distress, physical danger, blood-borne pathogen 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 cause inconveniences to other employees, and/or delays in related work areas. Delays of 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.
Gila County, AZ Globe, AZ, USA
May 25, 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: $39,807-$44,583 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.
Gila County, AZ Globe, AZ, USA
May 23, 2017
Full Time
To ensure the security and safety of young people below the age of 18 who have been detained for crimes committed. This position controls and cares for detainees and the facility, maintains files, paperwork and records, and communicates relevant information to other staff. SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES This position does not supervise other employees. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES TIME SPENT • Provides for care, custody, and control of the juvenile detainees by monitoring and carrying out physical headcounts; and observes and monitors activities of juveniles, both directly and through the audio-visual monitoring system; controls and supervises the movement and activities of the detainees; performs physical searches of detainees, cells and common areas; administers medications and maintains records. Supervises the safety and security of the juvenile detainees, visitors and detention facilities; promotes acceptable attitude, and monitors behaviors of detainees; provides care, custody and control of detainees according to policies, procedures and regulations. • Conducts booking and release of detainees; searches, examines and tests detainees according to policies; collects and inventories property; completes booking forms; upon release returns all properties and notifies victims; distributes records to appropriate parties; enters and confirms all detainee information on Juvenile On-line Tracking System (JOLTS). • Issues meals, clothing, bedding, medications, and personal items to detainees; washes clothing and bedding as needed; cleans and performs minor maintenance of facility. 60% • Maintains records, logbooks, evaluation forms, and other required documentation; passes information on detainees to other Detention Facility staff; and coordinates detainee visitations with family, attorney, clergy, probation officers and counselors; assists in the coordination and delivery of educational services to all eligible juvenile detainees; transports detainees to and from doctor and/or mental health appointments. • Communicates appropriate information regarding detainees to other staff; cleans and maintains facility. • Assesses situations for potential volatility and takes appropriate action in accordance with departmental policies; accounts for keys and equipment during assigned shifts. • Updates and maintains a variety of files, records, event logs, charts and other documents; maintains appropriate records and prepares reports as required. 40% • 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 to detainees and the public at large. 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. DEPARTMENT: Probation POSITION: Juvenile Detention Officer LOCATION: Globe JOB CODE: 17-053 2 POSITIONS AVAILABLE ANNUAL SALARY: $31,756-$34,138 DOE INTERACTIONS SPECIFICALLY WITH CUSTOMERS Consistently (More than 40% but less than 55% in a year). MINIMUM EDUCATION REQUIRED High School Diploma or GED. MINIMUM YEARS OF DIRECTLY RELATED EXPERIENCE REQUIRED Six (6) months relevant experience. PROFESSIONAL CREDENTIALS REQUIRED Arizona Juvenile Detention Officer Academy Certification preferred. KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED Department policies and procedures; laws, regulations, policies and procedures related to juvenile detainees and correctional facilities; use-of-force rules; processes, standards and protocols for booking and releasing detainees; behavior patterns of incarcerated juveniles; techniques of detainee control and discipline protocols, and grievance procedures; first aid and CPR. SKILLS REQUIRED Active learning, active listening, analytical thinking, critical thinking, communicating diplomatically, problem recognition, problem solving and multi-tasking. Skills in making decisions; maintaining composure, and working effectively under stressful conditions and emergency situations; remaining alert at all times, and reacting quickly and calmly in emergency situations; effective dealing with situations requiring diplomacy, understanding, fairness, firmness, and sound judgment; writing and completing accurate reports and observations; operating specialized keys, locks, and restraint equipment; interacting with people of different social, economic and ethnic backgrounds. ABILITIES REQUIRED Read and write a minimum of High School level; maintain mental response and quickness; maintain calm demeanor in stressful situations, deductive reasoning and follow orders.Ability to communicate with detainees, mediate difficult situations, and use effective custody and control procedures; escort prisoners to and from outside jail facilties; to and from courts and other appointments; operate a personal computer and specialized software applications. PHYSICAL DEMANDS • Constantly stands to attend to watchmen duties and to attend to customers. • Constantly lifts under 10 lbs., regularly lifts up to 25 lbs., rarely lifts over 75 lbs. • Constantly requires dexterity for peacekeeping tools, for keyboard operation. • Constantly walks to and from work sites, bends to reach and grab; rarely stoops and crawls; occasionally kneels and twists. • Regularly requires physical abilities to subdue hostile individuals. WORK ENVIRONMENT Incumbents in this position perform work in a juvenile jail environment and correctional facilities; work involves intense concentration on activities going on around one's location on a constant basis throughout the entire work shift. Work occasionally involves personal danger, and potential exposure to hazardous, uncontrollable and life threatening situations; requires physical ability to subdue hostile individuals; and must be able to work in uniform during weekdays, weekends, and holidays on any assigned shift. SAFETY RISK EXPOSURE Incumbents in this position are generally exposed to occasional telephone verbal abuse by customers or citizens. Incumbents may become exposed to occasional physical danger, chemical hazards, 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. May be required to constantly use safety equipment and compliance devices. CONSEQUENCES OF ERROR Potential errors can have legal ramifications, loss of funding, loss of organization's credibility. SPECIFIC EMPLOYMENT CONDITIONS Incumbents in this position must have an unrestricted Arizona Driver's License upon appointment, must be a US citizen and 21 years of age. Prior to employment, incumbents must successfully complete a background check as well as written and oral examinations prior to being appointed. 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.
Gila County, AZ Globe, AZ, USA
May 11, 2017
Full Time
The purpose of this position is to help ensure that the Sheriff's Office IT systems operate effectively to serve users. This position involves network administration, software development and installation, and the planning and management of the Sheriff's Office technology life cycle, by which hardware and software is maintained, upgraded, and or replaced. The position provides technical support for users, coordinates with other departments, orders equipment, and coordinates special projects. SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES This position does not supervise other employees. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES TIME SPENT • Manages, maintains, modifies, repairs, enhances, upgrades, and troubleshoots data and software for system software. 15% • Responds to service requests 24 hours a day, providing software, hardware, internet, intranet, network, voicemail, and email support to users; responds to and troubleshoots emergency hardware and software problems, resolving, if possible, or contacting vendor staff. 15% • Grants access, repairs computers, assists in software installation, installs new computers, and resolves computer and network related issues. 10% • Orders computers, monitors, printers, scanners and other related equipment. 10% • Maintains and administers network systems and equipment, ensuring that network systems perform in accordance with business needs and objectives; monitors network systems and server performance and security of assigned systems; coordinates upgrading activities; and ensures servers are operating at peak efficiency. 10% • Conducts backup and maintenance activities for related hardware and software. 10% • Maintains and administers Sheriff's Office identification cards and equipment. 10% • Coordinates with network and department administrators regarding software product issues. 10% • Coordinates special projects for area of assignment, as necessary. 10% • Performs other duties as assigned. BUDGET RESPONSIBILITIES This position provides research support on project and team budgets. PROJECT RESPONSIBILITIES Provides project resource allocation based on pre-approved resources for organizational development projects. ORAL COMMUNICATION DUTIES This position trains colleagues, responds to public inquiries and participates in meetings. 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. DEPARTMENT: Sheriff's Office POSITION: Part-time I.T. Support Specialist LOCATION: Globe JOB CODE: 16-023 PLEASE USE CIVILIAN/VOLUNTEER APPLICATION 20 HOURS PER WEEK HOURLY SALARY: $20.02-$22.42 DOE INTERACTIONS SPECIFICALLY WITH CUSTOMERS Always (More than 85% in a year) MINIMUM EDUCATION REQUIRED Associates Degree in Information Technology. MINIMUM YEARS OF DIRECTLY RELATED EXPERIENCE REQUIRED Five (5) years directly related experience; or equivalent combination of education, training and experience. PROFESSIONAL CREDENTIALS REQUIRED Spillman Application Administrator Certification. KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED Server technology, telecommunication technology, computer programming languages, information technology, Federal, State and Local laws, education and emergency management procedures. SKILLS REQUIRED Problem solving, analyzing operations, troubleshooting, time management, technology design, conducting tests, operating special gadgets, active learning, active listening, analytical thinking, customer service, programming, installing and repairing, analyzing system, problem recognition and reading. ABILITIES REQUIRED Read and write minimum High School level, generate fluent new and useful ideas, recognize problems, focus, follows orders, maintain order ability under stressful situations, speak clearly and sensibly, solve problem sensibly and swiftly, reacts in calm and timely manner. PHYSICAL DEMANDS • Regularly stands to attend to customers. • Occasionally sits to complete report and complete a program; regularly sits to operate special equipment and to attend to other duties. • May be required to lift work related materials, equipment or tools up to 25 lbs. • Routinely requires dexterity for keyboard operation; occasionally requires dexterity for special gadgets and special machines. • Incumbents in this position may be required to walk to and from work sites, bend, stoop, crawl, kneel and twist. WORK ENVIRONMENT Incumbents in this position constantly spends time in computer server room(s), in computer laboratory, in classroom(s) and in tight spaces; occasionally spends time in outdoor areas, SAFETY RISK EXPOSURE Incumbents in this position are generally not exposed to safety risk. Occasionally, may become exposed to electrical hazards, respiratory hazards, extreme temperature, 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. CONSEQUENCES OF ERROR Potential errors can result in unfavorable public perceptions and legal ramifications. SECURITY REQUIREMENTS Incumbents in this position are required to be a U.S citizen with zero felony convictions and have an Arizona Driver's License. Prior to being hired, all incumbents in this position are subject to background check, as well as written and oral examinations. 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.
Gila County, AZ Globe, AZ, USA
May 10, 2017
Full Time
The purpose of this position is to provide care, custody, and control of inmates, ensuring the safety and security of inmates, other officers, the facility, and the public. This position monitors inmates' behavior and the facility to ensure safety, taking steps to avoid violence and violation of rules. The role provides for inmates' physical care, supplying food and materials as well as transport to health appointments. Other duties involve processing bookings, releases, reclassifications and maintaining detainees' property and paperwork; and ensuring detention facilities are kept sanitary and in good working order. SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES This position does not supervise other employees. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES TIME SPENT • Observes inmates for rule violations and behavioral changes; maintains appropriate use-of-force continuum as needed for self-defense or defense of another. 25% • Schedules, supervises, and controls inmate activities and maintains discipline; diffuses potentially violent situations; may physically restrain uncooperative or disruptive inmates and take steps to avert fights, assaults, riots, and escapes; and physically escorts inmates outside facility. 25% • Supervises safety and security of staff, inmates, visitors, and detention facilities; promotes acceptable attitudes and monitors behavior of inmates. 20% • Performs constant inspections of all detention facility areas; assures all areas of facility are safe, secure, sanitary, and free of contraband. 10% • Provides care for inmates; dispenses and oversees meals; administers medications and oversees inmate hygiene and showers; schedules medical, counseling, personal, and other appointments; schedules transportation for appointments and visits outside of facility; and transports, documents, and arranges transport for inmates and ensures inmates attend all Court appearances. 5% • Conducts booking of inmates, completing required forms; searches, examines, and tests inmates according to policies; collects and inventories inmate property; and maintains inmate property, financial, and corrections records. 5% • Processes authorized release of detainees; returns all property to inmates upon their release and notifies victims; verifies documentation for completeness and accuracy before releasing inmates; and files and distributes records to appropriate divisions within county. 5% • Updates and maintains a variety of files, records, event logs, charts, and other documents; maintains appropriate records and prepares reports, as required. 5% • 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, responds to public inquiries and negotiates and persuades. DEPARTMENT: SHERIFF'S OFFICE POSITION: PART-TIME DETENTION OFFICER LOCATION: GLOBE JOB CODE: 16-053 PLEASE USE DETENTION OFFICER APPLICATION HOURLY SALARY: $15.21-$16.35 DOE WRITTEN COMMUNICATION DUTIES This position creates or edits documents, reports and emails. 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 Consistently (More than 40% but less than 55% in a year) MINIMUM EDUCATION REQUIRED High School Diploma or GED. MINIMUM YEARS OF DIRECTLY RELATED EXPERIENCE REQUIRED Six (6) months previous experience required, one (1) or two (2) years directly related experience preferred. PROFESSIONAL CREDENTIALS REQUIRED Within one year of hire, must complete the detention officer basic course presented by the Arizona Detention Academy. Must pass semi-annual firearms course with assigned duty firearms, must maintain certification in CPR and other duty specific equipment and weapons. KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED First Aid, CPR, or Lifeguard Procedures, Training, Public Safety & Security, Transportation, Law Enforcement, Emergency Management Procedures. English language and composition, federal, state, local laws, regulations, statutes, law enforcement, or lifeguard procedures and defensive tactics. SKILLS REQUIRED Skills in effective negotiation, persuasion; analyzing complex detention issues, and developing solutions; interpreting laws and regulations; effectively dealing with situations requiring diplomacy, understanding, fairness, firmness and sound judgment; writing and completing accurate reports and observations; interacting with people of different social, economic, and ethnic backgrounds. ABILITIES REQUIRED The ability to communicate verbally and in writing; ability to make independent judgment and initiative to carry out the workload; ability to multi-task, maintain mental response and quickness, and maintain calm demeanor in stressful situations. Ability to assign, supervise and evaluate the work of others; communicate with inmates, mediate difficult situations, and use effective custody and control procedures; escort prisoners to and from outside jail facilities, to and from court and other appointments; operate a personal computer and specialized software applications; care, maintain and safely operate a variety of weapons, impact weapons, handcuffs and waist chains, special locks and keys, and chemical agents; remain alert at all times and react quickly and calmly in emergency situations. PHYSICAL DEMANDS • Constantly stands to perform public safety duties, attend to watchmen duties, to attend to customers. • Constantly sits to complete report and to operate computers. • Constantly lifts under 10 lbs., Regularly lifts up to 25 lbs., Rarely lifts over 75 lbs. • Constantly requires dexterity for peacekeeping tools, for keyboard operation. • Constantly walks to and from worksites, bends to reach and grab; occasionally kneels or twists. WORK ENVIRONMENT Work is performed in a jail environment and correctional facilities; work involves intense concentration on activities going on around one's location on a constant basis throughout the entire work shift. Work occasionally involves personal danger, and potential exposure to hazardous, uncontrollable and life threatening situations; requires physical ability to subdue hostile individuals; and must be able to work in uniform during weekdays, weekends, and holidays on any assigned shift. SAFETY RISK EXPOSURE Incumbents in this position are generally exposed to occasional telephone verbal abuse by customers or citizens. Incumbents may become exposed to physical danger, mechanical hazards, chemical hazards, electrical hazards, blood-borne pathogen, communicable diseases, fire hazards, extreme temperature, 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. May be required to constantly use safety equipment, and compliance devices. CONSEQUENCES OF ERROR Potential errors can legal ramifications, loss of funding, loss of organization's credibility. SECURITY REQUIREMENTS Incumbents in this position are required to be U.S. citizens with zero felony convictions. Incumbents are required to have an unrestricted Arizona driver's license upon appointment. All incumbents in this position are subject to complete a background check as well as medical, polygraph, psychological, written and oral examinations prior to being appointed. PHYSICAL FITNESS REQUIREMENTS Incumbents are required to maintain a level of physical fitness to meet Department standards. SPECIFIC EMPLOYMENT CONDITIONS Incumbents in this position must have an unrestricted Arizona driver's license upon appointment and must be a US citizen. Prior to employment, incumbents must successfully complete a background check as well as medical, polygraph, psychological, written and oral examinations prior to being appointed. Must pass certification requirements for Detention Officers, such as basic course presented by the Arizona Detention Academy; may be required to obtain additional specific skills training and technical certifications. 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.
Gila County, AZ Globe, AZ, USA
May 10, 2017
Full Time
The purpose of this position is to ensure the safety of the citizens of Gila County and the security of their property and to seek punishment for criminal offenders. This position drafts court documents, represents victims in court and argues their cases, and negotiates with the opposing counsel. The attorney also communicates with relevant parties. SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES This position occasionally assigns activities to other employees. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES TIME SPENT • Drafts court documents, including plea offers and motions. 40% • Communicates with victims, police officers, public, victims' advocates and supervisors. 20% • Appears in court for oral argument or trials; represents victims. 30% • Negotiates with opposing counsel. 10% • Performs other duties as assigned. BUDGET RESPONSIBILITIES This position has no responsibility over any types of budget. PROJECT RESPONSIBILITIES Provides project resource allocation based on pre-approved resources on technology projects. ORAL COMMUNICATION DUTIES This position trains colleagues, explains County procedures, participates in meetings, speaks with the media, conducts meetings and provides advocacy before the courts. WRITTEN COMMUNICATION DUTIES This position creates or edits documents, internal memos, emails, procedures, court pleadings, motions, formal letters and press releases. 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 Regularly (More than 55% but less than 70% in a year) MINIMUM EDUCATION REQUIRED Juris Doctorate Degree MINIMUM YEARS OF DIRECTLY RELATED EXPERIENCE REQUIRED No previous experience. PROFESSIONAL CREDENTIALS REQUIRED/PREFERRED Arizona Supreme Court Bar Licensure, Arizona Bar Association Membership. KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED Public safety and security, law and government, Federal, State, Local laws, regulations, statutes, public safety regulations and information technology. DEPARTMENT: County Attorney POSITION: Deputy County Attorney LOCATION: Globe JOB CODE: 17-049 ANNUAL SALARY: $58,812-$70,574 DOE SKILLS REQUIRED Analytical thinking, analytical writing, reading, presentation (small to medium groups), persuading and influencing, negotiating, problem solving and time management. ABILITIES REQUIRED Fully and quickly comprehend spoken words, express one's self orally, express self through written words, maintain auditory attention and read and write at college level. PHYSICAL DEMANDS • Occasionally stands to present. • 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 occasionally walk to and from work sites, bend, kneel and twist to complete tasks. WORK ENVIRONMENT Incumbents in this position regularly spends time in office environment; routinely spends time in library, auditorium; occasionally 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 and 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 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.
Gila County, AZ Globe, AZ, USA
Mar 16, 2017
Full Time
The purpose of this position is to provide continuity of care for inmates. This position conducts inmate medical assessments, manages medications, manages a caseload, participates in training and related events and maintains documentation. SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES This position does not supervise other employees. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES TIME SPENT • Conducts head-to-toe assessments on inmates, which includes vital signs. 20% • Manages and administers medications. 50% • Maintains medical documentation. 10% • Manages caseload, calling on records when needed. 10% • Participates in training sessions, mock codes, drills and seminars. 10% • Performs other duties as assigned. BUDGET RESPONSIBILITIES This position reviews, edits, and provides recommendations on project and team related budgets. PROJECT RESPONSIBILITIES Provides project research support on employee training and development projects. ORAL COMMUNICATION DUTIES This position explains County procedures or processes. Communicates and reports inmates' medical needs. WRITTEN COMMUNICATION DUTIES This position creates or edits documents, internal memos, emails, reports and medical supply requisitions. 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 Bachelor's Degree in Nursing MINIMUM YEARS OF DIRECTLY RELATED EXPERIENCE REQUIRED Two (2) years experience providing medical care to inmates in detention or jail facility. PROFESSIONAL CREDENTIALS REQUIRED Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support (ACLS) Certification, Bachelors of Science in Nursing (BSN) or Associates Degree in Nursing (ADN) DEPARTMENT: Sheriff's Office POSITION: Nurse - Jail LOCATION: Globe JOB CODE: 16-101 PLEASE USE CIVILIAN/VOLUNTEER APPLICATION ANNUAL SALARY: $46,080-$51,610 DOE KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED Pharmacology, public health management, emergency management procedures, nursing, first aid, CPR, or lifeguard procedures. SKILLS REQUIRED Active listening, critical thinking, problem recognition, problem solving, diversity awareness, troubleshooting, time management and multi-tasking, ABILITIES REQUIRED Fully and quickly comprehend spoken words, solve problems sensibly and swiftly, maintain hand eye, coordination, maintain calm demeanor in stressful situations, consider options, risks and benefits. PHYSICAL DEMANDS • Routinely stands to attend to customers; occasionally stands to perform custodian work. • Routinely sits to complete report; occasionally sits to attend to other duties. • May be required to lift work related materials or equipment up to 10 lbs. • Occasionally requires dexterity for special medical machines; occasionally requires dexterity for special medical gadgets. • Incumbents in this position may be required to occasionally bend, stoop, kneel, and twist to attend to medical needs of patients. WORK ENVIRONMENT Incuments in this position generally perform work in medical exam rooms. Incumbents in this position may spend time in office environment; occasionally spend time in science laboratory. 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, routinely requires biosafety gear, medical grade gloves, masks and safety footwear. 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.
Gila County, AZ Globe, AZ, USA
Mar 16, 2017
Full Time
The purpose of this position is to respond to emergency and non-emergency calls for law enforcement, fire, and emergency services in compliance with county procedures to assure the safety of law enforcement officers, emergency services personnel, and the public. SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES This position does not supervise other employees. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES TIME SPENT • Answers incoming emergency and non-emergency calls; interviews callers and gathers details; prioritizes calls for service and determines appropriate personnel to respond; dispatches emergency responders; relays pertinent information to law enforcement and emergency services personnel in a concise, organized and understandable manner. 20% • Enters and validates stolen vehicles and property; validates license plates and identities of missing and wanted persons. 20% • Enters calls for service in Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) System. 20% • Monitors and maintains status of patrol units and coordinates ambulances and helicopters. 10% • Operates emergency radio for Police, Fire, EMS, Probation, and other emergency responders contacts, Border Patrol Response Rescue Team, Forest Service Search and Rescue, and the Public Works Department when necessary. 10% • Runs confidential criminal histories; booking pawn and prisoner information for officers and detectives; enters warrant entry and orders of protection. 10% • Coordinates mutual aid as required; updates agencies that provide emergency response assistance. 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; responds to public inquiries; participates in meetings; and negotiates or persuades. Incumbents in this position may be required to speak with the media, occasionally. WRITTEN COMMUNICATION DUTIES This position creates or edits documents, procedures, emails, press releases, 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 Always (More than 85% in a year) DEPARTMENT: SHERIFF'S OFFICE POSITION: 911 RADIO DISPATCHER LOCATION: GLOBE/PAYSON JOB CODE: OPEN CLOSING DATE: HIRING ROSTER ANNUAL SALARY: $31,756-$34,138 DOE MINIMUM EDUCATION REQUIRED High School Diploma or GED MINIMUM YEARS OF DIRECTLY RELATED EXPERIENCE REQUIRED Six (6) months to one (1) year public safety dispatching experience; or equivalent combination of education, training and experience. PROFESSIONAL CREDENTIALS REQUIRED ACJIS TOC (terminal operator certification) KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED Telecommunication technology, public safety & security, law enforcement, public safety regulations, First Responders' Protocols. SKILLS REQUIRED Active learning, active listening, analytical thinking, negotiating, problem recognition, problem solving, multi-tasking, typing and Data Entry. ABILITIES REQUIRED Fully and quickly comprehend spoken words, make sense of multiple data, find directions and current locations, multi-task, maintain mental response and quickness, maintain oratory ability under stressful situations. PHYSICAL DEMANDS • Constantly sits to complete report, operate computers, operate special equipment, complete a program, attend to reception areas, perform watchmen duties, and sits to attend to other duties. • Rarely requires dexterity for peacekeeping tools, and special machines; constantly requires dexterity for keyboard operation, and dexterity for special gadgets. • Incumbents in this position may be required to rarely intervene, walk to and from work sites, bend, stoop, crawl, kneel, and twist. • Occasionally lifts work-related materials of up to 10 lbs. in weight. WORK ENVIRONMENT Work is performed in high call volume emergency dispatch office environment, where there is little opportunity for physical movement. The incumbent must remain alert and responsive while observing computer display screen for uninterrupted periods of time. Incumbents may be subject to extended work periods without relief during high call volume time and during stressful situations. 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 occasional telephone verbal abuse by customers or citizens, physical danger, mechanical hazards, chemical hazards, electrical hazards, bloodborne pathogen, 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. 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.
Gila County, AZ Globe, AZ, USA
Mar 16, 2017
Full Time
The purpose of this position is to address prevention, assessment, risk reduction and health status improvement with members of the community. This position provides public health nursing services to members of the community, focusing on intervention, education and multidisciplinary collaboration. Main duties include policy and program development, provision of information and help to members of the community, collaboration with other agencies and immunizations. SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES This position does not supervise other employees. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES TIME SPENT • Provides specific, culturally appropriate information to help individuals and populations make decisions to plan for, achieve and maintain optimal health; prepares, administers and evaluates vaccines for County residents; oversees the maintenance of a viable County vaccine inventory; maintains accurate documentation regarding immunization records for children and adults. 50% • Implements multiple interventions and activities that promote health and prevent disease in targeted populations; delivers and coordinates public health nursing care clinics throughout Gila County including Orthopedic, Cardiac, Well Child, STD Prevention and open community clinics. 20% • Provides links through case management and community agency collaboration to deliver optimal customer service and develop policy; participates in a variety of community screening, educational and related projects; addresses community and school groups related to public health programs; conducts S.T.D. prevention and education, testing and case management. 10% • Participates in program development, implementation, coordination and support in multidisciplinary and interagency teams to maximize optimal health strategies within the community and State-wide. 10% • Participates in professional committees and work groups to develop and promote best practice. 10% • Performs other duties as assigned. BUDGET RESPONSIBILITIES This position provides clerical support only on County-wide level budget and on elected office level budget; provides research support only on department level budget, and reviews, edits, and provides recommendations on project level budget. PROJECT RESPONSIBILITIES Provides project research involving organizational planning projects. Initiates, communicates, reviews, approves project resources, decline project resources, presents results, approve and communicate reports involving quality assurance. 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 Continuously (More than 70% but less than 85% in a year) DEPARTMENT: Health & Emergency Services POSITION: Public Health Nurse LOCATION: Globe JOB CODE: 17-004 ANNUAL SALARY: $43,886-$49,153 DOE MINIMUM EDUCATION REQUIRED Current Registered Nurse License MINIMUM YEARS OF DIRECTLY RELATED EXPERIENCE REQUIRED Two (2) years nursing experience; public health nursing experience is preferred; or equivalent combination of education, training and experience. PROFESSIONAL CREDENTIALS REQUIRED American Heart Association - CPR (required), NIMS Training (required), Red Cross Training (required). KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED Customer and personal service, training, Federal, State, and Local Laws, regulations, statutes, emergency management procedures and nursing. Principles, practices and techniques of providing public health nursing services including diagnosis, treatment, control and prevention of communicable and chronic illness; methods and standards for delivering public health nursing care and clinics; orthopedic, cardiac, well child and open community clinics; S.T.D. prevention, education, testing and case management; County vaccination programs; immunization record and documentation requirements; principles and practices of health education and instruction; procedures and standards for conducting epidemiological investigations; screening and assessment responses in relation to epidemic outbreaks; laws and regulations governing public health and safety. SKILLS REQUIRED Exercise independent judgment; plan, organize and carry out public health nursing activities in a local area; apply public health nursing laws and regulations; assessing normal health and behavior and developing and implementing effecting treatment plans; providing and coordinating public nursing care services and clinics for County residents; performing a full range of highly skilled nursing functions; dealing with clients of various socio-economic backgrounds and temperaments; demonstrating tact, diplomacy and compassion; responding appropriately in emergency or stressful situations. ABILITIES REQUIRED Coordinate and deliver public health nursing services; provide orthopedic, cardiac, well child, STD and open community clinics; perform a variety of highly skilled nursing functions; administer County vaccination programs and maintain vaccine inventories; monitor community health issues; provide public health presentations to schools and community groups; make sound nursing judgments and decisions during emergency situations; assist with epidemiological investigations; obtain lab work and ensure the provision of appropriate treatments during epidemic outbreaks; ensure compliance with regulations governing public health and safety; communicate effectively orally and in writing. PHYSICAL DEMANDS • Routinely stands to attend to customers; rarely stands to attend to reported incidents. • Regularly sits to operate special equipment, complete a program, attend to other duties; occasionally sits to attend to reception areas. • Occasionally lifts under 10 lbs., lifts up to 25 lbs.; rarely lifts up to 50 lbs. • Routinely requires dexterity for keyboard operation, special gadgets and for special machines. • Incumbents in this position may rarely be required to intervene, walk to and from work sites, bend, stoop, crawl, and twist. WORK ENVIRONMENT Incumbents in this position perform work in both a standard office and medical environment. SAFETY RISK EXPOSURE Incumbents in this position are exposed to infectious diseases when conducting investigations and patient teaching; exposure to blood borne pathogens when administering vaccines or obtaining lab work; potential exposure to fires, floods and bio-terrorism when responding to public health emergencies; must be able to stand for extended periods of time and may be required to lift/carry up to 50 pounds; may be required to respond to emergency or stressful 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; constantly require safety foot wear, surgical grade gloves and medical standard uniform. 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.