City of Westminster, Colorado

Welcome to employment with the City of Westminster, Colorado!

Centrally located between Denver and Boulder, Colorado, on the US Highway 36 high-tech corridor, Westminster is a beautiful city designed for an exceptional quality of life. The community is a nationally recognized community with a reputation for innovation and progressive management in local government. Over 108,000 residents enjoy superb recreation amenities, beautiful neighborhoods, numerous entertainment and shopping opportunities. Westminster is 80% developed and maintains a goal to preserve 15% (3,300 acres) of its land area for natural open space.

The City of Westminster, Colorado, is a drug free workplace and an Equal Opportunity Employer that values diversity and aims to have its workforce reflect the community. The City of Westminster offers a bonus of up to $1,500 per year depending on the employee's level of fluency in Spanish, Hmong, and/or Laotian.

The mission of the City of Westminster is to deliver exceptional value and quality of life through SPIRIT. Our values are articulated through this acronym, which stands for “Service, Pride, Integrity, Responsibility, Innovation and Teamwork.”  The City of Westminster is a full-service city employing over 1,600 talented individuals in a variety of jobs. Our employees are committed to delivering the highest quality of service to the local community in areas of:

 

  • Law Enforcement
  • Fire, Medical and Emergency Management
  • Parks, Golf and Recreation
  • Library Services
  • Community Development, including City Planning and Engineering
  • Municipal Utilities
  • Street Maintenance
  • Plus internal services including: Human Resources, City Management, City Attorney’s Office, Finance, Building Operations and Maintenance, and Fleet

You are welcome to apply online for any open City of Westminster position. Click on the appropriate job title for a detailed job announcement. Please note, that unless otherwise indicated, jobs close at 8:30 a.m. on the posted closing date. Applications can take from 20 to 30 minutes to complete, so please allow plenty of time for completion. Applications submitted after the job closing deadline cannot be accepted.

 Current City of Westminster employees may be eligible to apply for internal jobs when they are available.


Business hours for City Hall, Municipal Court and several administrative offices are from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday through Thursday - closed on Fridays. However, working schedule will vary depending on the needs of the operation.

 

27 job(s) at City of Westminster, Colorado

Westminster, Colorado Westminster, Colorado, United States
Jan 18, 2022
Full Time
POSITION PURPOSE / IMPORTANT APPLICATION INFORMATION This is a highly responsible position in the planning, development, scheduling, promoting, implementation, and execution of nature education programming within the Open Space Program including, but not limited to at the Standley Lake Regional Park and Wildlife Refuge. The Open Space Specialist -Park Naturalist position is responsible for developing and leading inclusive and accessible interpretive programs, educational tours, nature walks, and conducting on-site or off-site environmental education and special interest programs. Must be able to work varied shifts that include weekends and holidays. The full salary range for this position is stated above. Starting wages are negotiable and dependent on the qualifications and experience of each individual candidate. The City of Westminster offers a bonus of up to $1,500 per year depending on the employee's fluency in Spanish, Hmong, Laotian or American Sign Language (ASL). ORGANIZATIONAL COMPETENCIES AND CULTURAL VALUES/GENERAL COMPETENCIES The mission of every employee at the City of Westminster is to deliver exceptional value and quality of life through SPIRIT. Each employee is measured by the ability to adhere to the City's core values of Service, Pride, Integrity, Responsibility, Innovation, and Teamwork. This position supports the goals of the Parks, Recreation and Libraries Department, which enhances the quality of life for all Westminster citizens by providing diverse leisure, recreational and informational services and resources; and acquiring, developing and maintaining first-class parks, facilities, open space and trails. This position works towards the accomplishment of the Department's mission: "Together we create exceptional opportunities for a vibrant community with a commitment to nature, wellness and literacy." Every employee is accountable to: Demonstrate a high level of customer service; encourage others to focus on the customer; foster an environment where customer service is a priority Communicate with customers to ensure that, where possible, they are satisfied, and that their needs are being addressed; solicit and evaluate customer feedback Act as an ambassador by understanding and fostering the organization's mission and vision Exhibit pride in self, the department, the city, and the community; conduct self in a professional manner Demonstrate integrity and build trust through credibility, reliability, commitment, loyalty, and ethical behavior Address difficult or contentious issues in a constructive manner Support/promote change; demonstrate flexibility, and take calculated risks when appropriate Participate in personal growth opportunities, and attend trainings designed to enhance capacity to bring new skills and ideas to the job and the organization Work to continuously improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the service or product being delivered Demonstrate support for team efforts by accepting new roles and responsibilities, and helping others achieve objectives Value diversity; demonstrate an awareness of differences; demonstrate sensitivity, and adapt behaviors and communication to accommodate these differences GENERAL COMPETENCIES Citywide - Every employee in this position is accountable to: Establish effective interpersonal relationships through honest, open communication and follow-through on commitments Recognize personal strengths and weaknesses, and target areas for personal self-development Demonstrate initiative in performing job tasks Exhibit problem-solving skills leading to sound judgment and quality decisions Achieve goals, and handle assigned workload and new assignments effectively; demonstrate an ability to work independently Communicate effectively with individuals and groups using clear and concise verbal and written communications Demonstrate accountability for work, and take ownership in job performance Demonstrate concern for the accuracy and quality of work; take steps to correct mistakes and improve the overall product Job Specific - Every employee in this position must be able to: Work independently as well as with others Deliver nature education programs to a variety of audiences Objectively handle a wide variety of public contact situations Deal with emergency situations with prompt, calm, common sense action Effectively navigate all aspects of RecTrac including POS, reporting and activity registration functions JOB SPECIFIC FUNCTIONS Essential Job Functions, Duties, Responsibilities, and Tasks 1. Plans, develops, schedules, and implements interpretive nature education programs for park patrons, schools, various groups, campfire programs, guided hikes, and outreach programs Designs well-organized and engaging programs according to Certified Interpretive Guide (CIG) standards Collects, catalogs, organizes and protects park collections of slides, photographs, specimens, educational supplies, etc. Provides roving interpretation in campgrounds and day use areas Communicates and promotes programs through various printed and electronic media Coordinates projects and programs involved in the stewardship, management, enhancement, and protection of the Open Space Program and park area's natural and cultural resources by assessing their status through field observation and research Prepares interpretive materials, including newsletter articles, displays and exhibits, teacher education guides, park flyers, and brochures to depict natural history and cultural resources of the parks and open space areas within the City Serves as an Open Space representative with external organizations; attends and/or speaks at meetings, community and professional functions, and conferences as assigned Uses presentation skills to present a dynamic, educational and enjoyable programs Program planning to include presentable information, curating and creating interpretive materials such as displays, games, interactive prop, etc. 2. Coordinates and collaborates with the Great Outdoors Colorado (GOCO) grant program to assist in creating the bilingual Junior Ranger Academy for children of marginalized populations within Westminster and surrounding municipalities Supervises the GOCO Program Coordinator Seasonal Naturalist 3. Servers as a volunteer coordinator for all naturalist volunteers and volunteer projects throughout the park 4. Assists with habitat enhancement, restoration development, seeding and planting native species, citizen science projects, species survey and data collection and wildlife camera operations 5 Maintains Bird City America and Bee City USA designation for the City 6. Maintains regular and punctual attendance Other Duties and Responsibilities 1. Creates content quarterly for the City's Activity Guide 2. Cares for animals used in interpretive programs, including feeding, cage cleaning, and health monitoring 3. Performs administrative tasks, such as attending meetings and training, preparing reports, monitoring expenditures, and maintaining records 4. Assists with training and coordinating individuals and/or group volunteers 5. Receives and responds to questions and concerns from patrons; identifies issues and resolves problems or refers to supervisor as appropriate Incumbent is accountable for all duties of this job, and other projects and responsibilities may be added at the City's discretion. POSITION REQUIREMENTS/WORKING CONDITIONS/PRE-EMPLOYMENT REQUIREMENTS Education, Experience, Skills, Formal Training, Licenses, and Certifications Required: Must be at least 21 years of age Associate's degree in Natural Resources, Environmental Science or closely related field One year minimum experience in developing education programs Strong writing and presentation skills Valid driver's license and safe driving record Preferred: Certified Interpretive Guide (CIG) certification Bilingual in Spanish and English Bachelor's Degree in Natural Resources, Environmental Science or closely related field Previous experience in an educational setting, preferably in a recreation, natural resources, or similar capacity Any equivalent combination of education, training, and experience, which would provide the required knowledge and skills, may be considered. Physical Requirements: This position requires a low degree of physical stamina and strength, including the ability to: Frequently sit, stand and walk through a multi-level facility Occasionally squat, bend, kneel, twist, climb, balance and reach overhead Frequently lift, carry, push or pull items weighing up to 10 pounds; occasionally lift, carry, push or pull items weighing up to 25 pounds Constantly use hands and fingers for fine manipulation; occasionally use light and firm grasp Occasionally use small hand and power tools Frequently see objects up close to perform office tasks and far away to observe activity for safety hazards or problems Constantly use hearing to interact with guests and staff and recognize trouble outside of view WORKING CONDITIONS Work is constantly performed indoors and outdoors. Exposure to periods of high activity and stress under demanding conditions. The position requires a great deal of communication with City employees, the public, and outside agencies. Required Materials and Equipment Computer, cash register, telephone, photocopy machine, fax machine, files, and other standard office equipment. PRE-EMPLOYMENT REQUIREMENTS Background checks will include employment references and criminal history, and when applicable, credit check, driver license record, and education verification Drug screen Physical Must be legally entitled to work in the United States Closing Date/Time: 2/7/2022 8:30 AM Mountain
Westminster, Colorado Westminster, Colorado, United States
Jan 18, 2022
Full Time
POSITION PURPOSE / IMPORTANT APPLICATION INFORMATION This Parks Specialist position is a skilled position involving equipment operation, construction and mechanical work in turf management operations. Work involves responsibility for leading and participating in the performance of a variety of turf management techniques on athletic fields and parks, as well as maintenance of facilities. Position also requires athletic field preparation; chemical and fertilizer application; working with sub-contractors and non-profit youth organizations; repair and construction of city parks and other public facilities; trash removal; mowing; restroom maintenance; snow removal; on-call, weekend, and after hour schedules; and light construction and other related duties as assigned by supervisory staff. Key responsibilities include leading regular and seasonal employees in work related to turf maintenance operations. Position requires leading and setting examples for other employees and using initiative to ensure efficient accomplishment of assigned work. Work is performed under the direction of a Crewleader to ensure adherence to prescribed work standards and quality performance. The full salary range for this position is stated above. The starting range of pay is dependent on qualifications and experience of each individual candidate. The City of Westminster offers a bonus of up to $1,500 per year depending on the employee's fluency in Spanish, Hmong, Laotian, and American Sign Language (ASL). ORGANIZATIONAL COMPETENCIES AND CULTURAL VALUES/GENERAL COMPETENCIES The mission of every employee at the City of Westminster is to deliver exceptional value and quality of life through SPIRIT. Each employee is measured by the ability to adhere to the City's core values of Service, Pride, Integrity, Responsibility, Innovation, and Teamwork. This position supports the goals of the Parks, Recreation and Libraries Department, which enhances the quality of life for all Westminster citizens by providing diverse leisure, recreational, and informational services and resources; and acquiring, developing, and maintaining first-class parks, facilities, open space, and trails. This position works towards the accomplishment of the Department's mission: "Together we create exceptional opportunities for a vibrant community with a commitment to nature, wellness and literacy." Every employee is accountable to: Demonstrate a high level of customer service; encourage others to focus on the customer; foster an environment where customer service is a priority Communicate with customers to ensure that, where possible, they are satisfied, and that their needs are being addressed; solicit and evaluate customer feedback Act as an ambassador by understanding and fostering the organization's mission and vision Exhibit pride in self, the department, the city, and the community; conduct self in a professional manner Demonstrate integrity and build trust through credibility, reliability, commitment, loyalty, and ethical behavior Address difficult or contentious issues in a constructive manner Support/promote change; demonstrate flexibility, and take calculated risks when appropriate Participate in personal growth opportunities, and attend trainings designed to enhance capacity to bring new skills and ideas to the job and the organization Work to continuously improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the service or product being delivered Demonstrate support for team efforts by accepting new roles and responsibilities, and helping others achieve objectives Value diversity; demonstrate an awareness of differences; demonstrate sensitivity, and adapt behaviors and communication to accommodate these differences GENERAL COMPETENCIES Citywide - Every employee in this position is accountable to: Establish effective interpersonal relationships through honest, open communication and follow-through on commitments Recognize personal strengths and weaknesses, and target areas for personal self-development Demonstrate initiative in performing job tasks Exhibit problem-solving skills leading to sound judgment and quality decisions Achieve goals, and handle assigned workload and new assignments effectively; demonstrate an ability to work independently Communicate effectively with individuals and groups using clear and concise verbal and written communications Demonstrate accountability for work, and take ownership in job performance Demonstrate concern for the accuracy and quality of work; take steps to correct mistakes and improve the overall product Job Specific - Every employee in this position must be able to: Demonstrate and apply considerable knowledge, education, training, and experience in all phases of turf management and athletic field maintenance, including herbicide/pesticide application and fertilization Lead and set the example for subordinate non-exempt employees and seasonal workers in the accomplishment of a defined task Demonstrate considerable skill in the safe and efficient operation of mechanical hand tools and various types of equipment used in turf management, open space, right-of-way management, and train other employees in the safe operation of this equipment Utilize knowledge of applicable work safety rules, procedures, and standards Follow oral and written instructions Utilize detailed record-keeping, maintenance schedules, and report writing Be flexible in all work assignments Carry out work efficiently with minimal supervision Establish and maintain effective working relationships with other employees Deal effectively with the general public, consultants, and vendors Read and interpret blueprints Demonstrate considerable knowledge of: The general practices applied in the care and safe operation of a wide variety of light and heavy construction and maintenance equipment Laws and regulations pertaining to operation of equipment upon highways, work safety rules and procedures State and Federal regulations and industry BMP's for handling, storing, mixing and applying pesticides and fertilizers Read and understand construction documents Continue educational classes in turf maintenance, forestry, horticulture, open space, or landscape construction JOB SPECIFIC FUNCTIONS Essential Job Functions, Duties, Responsibilities, and Tasks 1. Turf-management specific duties include: Effectively communicating and working with the parks maintenance crews to ensure the best cultural practices are performed; an extensive knowledge of pesticide application, plant disease diagnosis, and fertilization procedures are mandatory Lead assigned crews in turf management procedures and maintenance of facilities and athletic fields, trash removal and restroom maintenance Employing effective irrigation techniques as required 2. Work as the Division lead on all cultural related matters to include: Developing and updating a detailed cultural plan for all City managed property Implementing that plan thru coordination and training of City staff Ensuring all state regulations are followed pertaining to pesticides and fertilizers Make recommendations to the Foreperson and Superintendents on process improvements. 3. Operate various types of heavy and light equipment including backhoes, dump trucks, trenchers, gang mowers, truck/trailer combinations, skid steer loader, forklift, trencher, farm tractor and attachments, power and hand tools, as well as agricultural equipment to plant trees, install sod, apply fertilizer, seed open space and park areas, and install other landscape improvements as needed 4. Perform, lead, and train regular and seasonal employees in: The safe and efficient operation of heavy and light equipment, tools and vehicles Sustainable maintenance, repair and construction of parks and related public facilities Safe and effective mixing and application of pesticides and fertilizers Turf renovation and preparation, cultural and agronomic practices 5. Work a flexible schedule as operations dictate such as Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday; available to work weekends leading groups of volunteers, special events; and able to work on-call duties as needed 6. Diagnose and solve routine problems including assisting in determining manpower and equipment allocation for specific construction and maintenance operations 7. Driver license requirements are: Possess a valid driver's license, and operate a City motor vehicle in a safe and responsible manner, including driving in all-weather conditions 8. Possess or is able to obtain a Class B Commercial Driver License within six (6) months of employment 9. Maintain regular and punctual attendance Other Duties and Responsibilities 1. Perform snow removal at public facilities 2. Take on-call duty as necessary for snow removal, other weather-related events, or planned City events 3. Assist with the set-up and teardown of annual holiday displays Incumbent is accountable for all duties of this job, and other projects and responsibilities may be added at the City's discretion. POSITION REQUIREMENTS/WORKING CONDITIONS/PRE-EMPLOYMENT REQUIREMENTS Education, Experience, Skills, Formal Training, Licenses, and Certifications Required : Graduation from high school or completion of GED Minimum of two (2) years of experience in landscape or turf maintenance, or athletic field maintenance Possession of a valid driver's license and maintain a safe driving record Must possess or be able to obtain a Class B Commercial Driver License within six (6) months of selection to the position; candidate hired for this position will be subject to federally-mandated drug and alcohol testing and be required to pass a Department of Transportation (DOT) physical every two (2) years Must obtain Colorado Department of Agriculture Qualified Supervisor license within one (1) year of hire for turf, ornamental, and right-of-way Preferred : Graduation from an accredited four-year college with major course work in landscape, turf maintenance, or athletic field management (may be substituted for one (1) year of the required three (3) years of experience) Any equivalent combination of education, training, and experience, which would provide the required knowledge and skills, may be considered. Physical Requirements Work is physical in nature, and requires sufficient physical strength and stamina to: Occasionally sit while driving to work assignments and performing office tasks; frequently stand and constantly walk on uneven terrain in all weather conditions to safely complete assigned tasks Occasional squatting, twisting, climbing, and balancing to inspect assigned areas and perform snow removal Frequent bending, kneeling, and reaching below shoulder to perform irrigation repair and park maintenance Frequent light/firm grasp to properly use tools and equipment; occasional fine manipulation to perform office duties; constant handling to use safely use machinery and heavy equipment Occasional step up/down to enter and exit vehicles and climb ladders; constant actuate mechanism to safely operate heavy equipment and vehicles Standard near/far acuity and hearing Occasional lifting of up to fifty (50) pounds from ground to waist to move material and supplies; constant carrying of up to twenty-five (25) pounds at waist level to use weed clearing equipment; occasional carrying of up to fifty (50) pounds to use a backpack sprayer; frequent pushing/pulling of up to 100 pounds to use a painter WORKING CONDITIONS Work is constantly performed indoors and outdoors with constant exposure to extreme temperatures year-round. Position is responsible for the maintenance of all City parks, forestry, open space, and athletic fields throughout the year. Snow removal at City facilities, parks, and trails is completed when needed. Required Materials and Equipment Operates light equipment such as pick-up truck, small dump truck, tractors, horticultural hand tools, rototillers, sod cutters, pruners, shovels, self-propelled walk-behind mowers, riding mowers, snow blowers, 20-foot trailers, irrigation systems, and woodworking and welding tools, backpack sprayer, and other equipment as necessary. Heavy equipment operation may include front-end loaders, backhoes, trenchers, road graders, and truck and trailer combinations. Depending on the project, may also utilize small tools such as hammers, saws, measuring tape, levels, drills, and power tools to complete assigned responsibilities. Because of the use and exposure to loud machinery, constant noise levels, and pesticides and chemicals, safety glasses, earplugs, safety shoes, spray and dust masks, and chemical suits are used. PRE-EMPLOYMENT REQUIREMENTS Background checks will include employment references and criminal history, and when applicable, credit check, driver license record, and education verification Drug screen Physical Must be legally entitled to work in the United States Closing Date/Time: 1/31/2022 8:30 AM Mountain
Westminster, Colorado Westminster, Colorado, United States
Jan 18, 2022
Full Time
POSITION PURPOSE / IMPORTANT APPLICATION INFORMATION The Private Swim Lesson Instructor position is responsible for teaching swimming lessons to participants of various ages and skill levels in an individualized setting. This position is assigned to classes through the City's swimming lesson program based on availability, needs, and skills. This position requires working evenings, weekends, and holidays, and the ability to travel to work at all City facility pools as needed. Recreation staff have the primary responsibility of ensuring the safety of program participants. This position is classified as safety-sensitive due to the nature of the work. Employees in this position may be subject to random drug testing and/or heightened supervision per the personnel policies and rules. The full salary range for this position is stated above. The starting range of pay is dependent on qualifications and experience of each individual candidate. ORGANIZATIONAL COMPETENCIES AND CULTURAL VALUES/GENERAL COMPETENCIES The mission of every employee at the City of Westminster is to deliver exceptional value and quality of life through SPIRIT. Each employee is measured by the ability to adhere to the City's core values of Service, Pride, Integrity, Responsibility, Innovation, and Teamwork. This position supports the goals of the Parks, Recreation and Libraries Department, which enhances the quality of life for all Westminster citizens by providing diverse leisure, recreational, and informational services and resources; and acquiring, developing, and maintaining first-class parks, facilities, open space, and trails. This position works toward the accomplishment of the department's mission: Together we create exceptional opportunities for a vibrant community with a commitment to nature, wellness and literacy. GENERAL COMPETENCIES Job Specific - Every employee in this position must be able to: Demonstrate knowledge of effective swimming instruction Instruct swimming classes for students of various age groups and ability levels Demonstrate treading water, diving, front crawl, back crawl, breaststroke, and butterfly stroke in a proficient manner (minimum of 10 yards) Demonstrate knowledge of American Red Cross Learn to Swim Program Demonstrate knowledge of first aid procedures common in swimming pool operations Act quickly and calmly in emergency situations by making proper judgment as to the correct course of action Acquire and maintain nationally recognized First Aid and CPR certifications within six (6) months of hire Acquire and maintain American Red Cross Water Safety Instructor (WSI) certification within six (6) months of hire Work courteously with the public and support the City of Westminster guest service philosophy and SPIRIT values (Service, Pride, Integrity, Responsibility, Innovation, and Teamwork) All employees are expected to provide excellent customer service, communicate in an effective manner both verbally and in writing, display professionalism and integrity, work efficiently, effectively and accurately, work independently and as part of a team, take initiative, solve problems, display good judgment, take ownership for delivering a high quality product or service, have regular and punctual attendance, and effectively handle emergency situations. JOB SPECIFIC FUNCTIONS Essential Job Functions, Duties, Responsibilities, and Tasks 1. Provides quality swim lesson instruction to individuals of various age groups and ability levels 2. Demonstrates front crawl, back crawl, breaststroke and butterfly stroke correctly to participant (minimum of 10 yards) 3. Provides a safe and educational experience for participant 4. Maintains ongoing records of activity levels and usage of swimming lessons, and completes evaluative report cards prior to the last class 5. Follows department guest service philosophy 6. Maintains regular and punctual attendance Other Duties and Responsibilities 1. Attends scheduled staff meetings, in-services and trainings 2. Responds appropriately to emergencies Incumbent is accountable for all duties of this job, and other projects and responsibilities may be added at the City's discretion. POSITION REQUIREMENTS/WORKING CONDITIONS/PRE-EMPLOYMENT REQUIREMENTS Education, Experience, Skills, Formal Training, Licenses, and Certifications Required : Must be at least 16 years of age First Aid, CPR and AED certification within six (6) months of hire American Red Cross Water Safety Instructor (WSI) certification within six (6) months of hire Must demonstrate complete understanding of the progression of skills necessary to be successful as an instructor, through multiple sessions of teaching individual lessons and/or demonstration or lesson audit Preferred : Experience teaching children in a classroom or recreation setting Any equivalent combination of education, training, and experience, which would provide the required knowledge and skills, may be considered. Physical Requirements Work performed is physical in nature and involves sufficient physical strength and stamina for: Constant submersion in the water while lessons are being taught and occasional sitting, standing, and walking throughout pool area to observe patrons during swimming classes Constant near and far acuity to observe pools for possible troubled swimmers and safety hazards; constant hearing to be aware of troubled individuals that may be out of line of sight Occasional lifting of ten (10) pounds from floor to overhead to move equipment and supplies; occasional lifting of up to seventy-five (75) pounds from floor to chest to assist in moving furniture, equipment, and patrons on backboards Occasionally push and/or pull seventy-five (75) pounds to remove individuals from pool area in an emergency situation, and set up bleachers for events and lane ropes for lap swim WORKING CONDITIONS Frequent exposure to pool water. Occasional lifting up to seventy-five (75) pounds and the possible lifting of an injured individual. Frequent exposure to noise levels that may cause distractions. High public contact position requiring adequate spoken interaction with the public and pool guests. Ability to work in a high humidity and heat environment for long periods. Required Materials and Equipment Personal floatation devices, kick boards, pull buoys, and other assorted pool toys and learning devices. PRE-EMPLOYMENT REQUIREMENTS Candidates must be legally entitled to work in the United States and must successfully pass a criminal background check, reference check, and substance screen. There may be additional pre-employment requirements depending on the nature of the position. We are a caring, courteous, team-oriented organization committed to public service excellence. Employees thrive in a culture that is respectful, professional and diverse. Our work culture encourages passionate, positive and enthusiastic employees. Westminster is a drug-free workplace and an Equal Opportunity Employer. Closing Date/Time: 2/28/2022 8:30 AM Mountain
Westminster, Colorado Westminster, Colorado, United States
Jan 18, 2022
Full Time
POSITION PURPOSE / IMPORTANT APPLICATION INFORMATION The Program Coordinator II - Adult Sports position is responsible for monitoring adult softball leagues, coordinating field preparation, serving as a lead employee and addressing issues that arise during games. Daily requirements will include league supervision pertaining to all adult softball league management and support other adult leagues as needed. Recreation staff have the primary responsibility of ensuring the safety of program participants. Will organize, staff and implement 2-3 tournaments a year. Design and maintain league scheduling as well as updates on the City web site. Help with maintenance at the Sports Center to include field prep. This position works 20 hours, Monday through Friday with occasional weekend hours needed for makeup games or tournaments that are offered. The full salary range for this position is stated above. The starting range of pay is dependent on qualifications and experience of each individual candidate. ORGANIZATIONAL COMPETENCIES AND CULTURAL VALUES/GENERAL COMPETENCIES The mission of every employee at the City of Westminster is to deliver exceptional value and quality of life through SPIRIT. Each employee is measured by the ability to adhere to the City's core values of Service, Pride, Integrity, Responsibility, Innovation, and Teamwork. This position supports the goals of the Parks, Recreation and Libraries Department, which enhances the quality of life for all Westminster citizens by providing diverse, leisure, recreational and informational services and resources; acquiring, developing, and maintaining first-class parks, facilities, open space, and trails. This position works toward the accomplishment of the department's mission: Together we create exceptional opportunities for a vibrant community with a commitment to nature, wellness and literacy. GENERAL COMPETENCIES Job Specific - Every employee in this position must be able to: Interact with patrons with a respectful and helpful manner Anticipate problems and calmly handle unexpected situations Hold current First Aid, CPR and AED certifications Safely operate City vehicles Demonstrate a high level of customer service; encourage others to focus on the customer; foster an environment where customer service is a priority Communicate with customers to ensure that, where possible, they are satisfied, and that their needs are being addressed; solicit and evaluate customer feedback Schedule leagues for softball teams using team sideline software Communicate with participants in a timely manner Act as an ambassador by understanding and fostering the organization's mission and vision All employees are expected to provide excellent customer service, communicate in an effective manner both verbally and in writing, display professionalism and integrity, work efficiently, effectively and accurately, work independently and as part of a team, take initiative, solve problems, display good judgment, take ownership for delivering a high quality product or service, have regular and punctual attendance, and effectively handle emergency situations. JOB SPECIFIC FUNCTIONS Essential Job Functions, Duties, Responsibilities, and Tasks 1. Promote, evaluate, and coordinate all adult softball leagues Enter changes (rainouts and cancelations) and updates to web in a timely manner Assist with team registration into RecTrac Communicate with participants by phone and email on a daily basis Help organize, implement, and attend up to 3 seasonal team captain meetings 2. Serve as a lead worker to other employees and a liaison to the field crew Coordinate schedules for Scorekeepers and Sports Supervisors Train Scorekeepers and Sports Supervisors Work with field crew to prepare field in inclement weather 3. Oversee daily operations at ballfields Handle issues that come up during league play Manage supplies needed to run successful program (balls, first aid, scorebooks, rosters) Help with weekend rentals coverage Verify entry of scores and staff hours for accuracy Make decision for field playability when weather and conditions require it Uses good judgment to make decisions involving the safety of employees and citizens Enforces safety rules and assumes responsibility for the safety of participants Remains calm in emergency situations and takes necessary action 4. Performs First Aid, CPR and AED if necessary 5. Keeps all certifications and licenses current, including: Current and valid driver's license Current First Aid, CPR and AED 6. Maintains regular and punctual attendance POSITION REQUIREMENTS/WORKING CONDITIONS/PRE-EMPLOYMENT REQUIREMENTS Education, Experience, Skills, Formal Training, Licenses, and Certifications Required : Must be 21 years of age or older First Aid, CPR and AED certification within 30 days of hire Preferred: Current and valid driver's license and safe driving record Experience with league scheduling software Experience scheduling staff Physical Requirements This position requires a moderate degree of physical stamina and strength, including the ability to: Frequently sit, stand and walk through a multi-level facility Occasionally squat, bend, kneel, twist, climb, balance and reach over head Occasionally lift, carry, push or pull items weighing up to fifty (50) pounds Frequently use hands and fingers for fine manipulation; occasionally use light and firm grasp Frequently see objects up close to perform office tasks and far away to observe activity for safety hazards or problems Constantly use hearing to interact with guests and staff and recognize trouble outside of view Occasionally use sufficient physical strength, stamina and agility to perform emergency work in various capacities WORKING CONDITIONS Work is constantly performed indoors with occasional outdoor activity. Exposure to outdoor weather conditions, including summer sun and temperatures, which may exceed 100 degrees, and winter conditions that include snow and freezing temperatures. Required Materials and Equipment RecTrac, team sideline or similar scheduling program, internet for email correspondence and the City website tiles. PRE-EMPLOYMENT REQUIREMENTS Candidates must be legally entitled to work in the United States and must successfully pass a criminal background check, reference check, and substance screen. There may be additional pre-employment requirements depending on the nature of the position. We are a caring, courteous, team-oriented organization committed to public service excellence. Employees thrive in a culture that is respectful, professional and diverse. Our work culture encourages passionate, positive and enthusiastic employees. Westminster is a drug-free workplace and an Equal Opportunity Employer. Closing Date/Time: 2/7/2022 8:30 AM Mountain
Westminster, Colorado Westminster, Colorado, United States
Jan 18, 2022
Full Time
POSITION PURPOSE / IMPORTANT APPLICATION INFORMATION The Senior Assistant City Attorney - Police Legal Advisor is a professional, in-house, legal position assisting the City Attorney with a variety of legal duties. This position has responsibility for being the primary advisor to the Westminster Police Department, requiring in-depth knowledge of specialized areas of municipal law, including but not limited to: governmental liability and immunity; state and federal constitutional law; civil procedure; civil litigation; municipal code interpretation and enforcement; employment law and licensing and special use permits. Additionally, the Senior Assistant City Attorney is responsible for managing outside litigation and acting as a liaison to outside counsel the City may retain for litigation. In order to be considered for this position, all candidates must attach a cover letter and resume (maximum of two pages for each document) to the online application at time of submittal. The full salary range for this position is stated above. Starting wages are negotiable and dependent on the qualifications and experience of each individual candidate. The City of Westminster offers a bonus of up to $1,500 per year depending on the employee's fluency in Spanish, Hmong, Laotian or American Sign Language (ASL). ORGANIZATIONAL COMPETENCIES AND CULTURAL VALUES/GENERAL COMPETENCIES The mission of every employee at the City of Westminster is to deliver exceptional value and quality of life through SPIRIT. Each employee is measured by the ability to adhere to the City's core values of Service, Pride, Integrity, Responsibility, Innovation, and Teamwork. The mission of the City Attorney's Office is to provide the highest possible level of professional legal advice and representation in the most efficient and economical manner, in order to serve and advance the health, safety, and welfare interests of the City and its citizens. Every employee is accountable to: Demonstrate a high level of client service; encourage others to focus on the customer; foster an environment where customer service is a priority Communicate with clients to ensure that, where possible, they are satisfied, and that their needs are being addressed; solicit and evaluate customer feedback Act as an ambassador by understanding and fostering the organization's mission and vision Exhibit pride in self, the department, the city, and the community; conduct self in a professional manner Demonstrate integrity and build trust through credibility, reliability, commitment, loyalty, and ethical behavior Address difficult or contentious issues in a constructive manner Support and promote change; demonstrate flexibility, and take calculated risks when appropriate Participate in personal growth opportunities, and attend trainings designed to enhance capacity to bring new skills and ideas to the job and the organization Work to continuously improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the service or product being delivered Demonstrate support for team efforts by accepting new roles and responsibilities, and helping others achieve objectives Value diversity equity and inclusion; demonstrate an awareness of differences; demonstrate sensitivity, and adapt behaviors and communication to accommodate these differences GENERAL COMPETENCIES Citywide - Every employee in this position is accountable to: Establish effective interpersonal relationships through honest, open communication and follow-through on commitments Recognize personal strengths and weaknesses, and target areas for personal self-development Demonstrate initiative in performing job tasks Exhibit problem-solving skills leading to sound judgment and quality decisions Achieve goals, handle assigned workload and new assignments effectively; demonstrate an ability to work independently Communicate effectively with individuals and groups using clear and concise verbal and written communications Demonstrate accountability for work and take ownership in job performance Demonstrate concern for the accuracy and quality of work; take steps to correct mistakes and improve the overall product Job Specific - Every employee in this position must be able to: Demonstrate considerable knowledge of the principles and procedures of municipal, civil, and state and federal statutes and constitutional law Demonstrate knowledge of the principal methods, materials, and practices of legal research and investigation Demonstrate excellent negotiation skills and demonstrated ability to handle complex legal matters and provide professional legal counsel in one or more specialized areas of municipal law Demonstrate knowledge of municipal codes and ordinances, state and federal laws, and constitutional provisions, including relevant case law affecting municipal operations Demonstrate knowledge of court procedures and rules of evidence Demonstrate ability to analyze, appraise, and organize facts, evidence, and legal precedents in the preparation of legal matters, and effectively and persuasively communicate such material orally and in writing Demonstrate ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with City Council, City employees and officials, and the public Leadership - Every employee in this position is accountable to: Foster a participatory organizational climate that is open, positive, reinforcing, and supportive Encourage employees to be accountable for their work and take ownership in what they do Demonstrate leadership and courage by making or supporting decisions that reflect the organizational mission and goals even when the decision may be unpopular to some Demonstrate collaboration and conflict resolution skills with other departments and employees JOB SPECIFIC FUNCTIONS Essential Job Functions, Duties, Responsibilities, and Tasks Police Legal Advisor Specific Responsibilities Training Coordinate training of police personnel Prepare or review training materials for police personnel relating to legislative changes, relevant court cases and civil issues Update Police policy and procedures to comply with changes in the law Provide in-service training on matters of significant legal import to department staff Litigation Serve as the liaison between outside counsel and City including recommendations for settlement of civil cases to City Council Support outside counsel in the defense of most civil matters related to the department Provide regular updates on pending lawsuits to Chief, Deputy Chiefs, Risk Management and City Attorney Meet with department personnel to advise them of litigation impacting them and answer their questions regarding such litigation Participate in all important discovery matters including the preparation of responses to discovery requests Review and provide input into all dispositive motions and other critical pleadings. Represent the department in court proceedings in all matters not assigned to outside counsel Law Enforcement Legislation Review and provide comment on proposed law enforcement legislation to Chief and City legislative staff Review all newly adopted law enforcement legislation to determine the need for policy/procedural changes and training of department personnel Issue legislative updates summarizing relevant legislation to department personnel Recommend Municipal Code changes that may be necessary as a result of new legislation Police Review Regular review of all PD policies to confirm that the policies reflect current law and best practices Recommend policy changes based on new legislation and case law Records Regularly advise Records Division and the Professional Services Section staff on records requests and responses to discovery in civil lawsuits Represent the PD custodian of records in court on matters challenging the release of records General Legal Advice Attend regular Chief's staff meetings Maintain PD office to address a variety of questions from sworn and non-sworn personnel Review Police Department Intergovernmental Agreements and Grant Applications Review and approve, as to form, IGA's limited to PD operations Review grant applications for PD operations Police Legal Advisor General Responsibilities Demonstrate considerable knowledge of the principles and procedures of municipal, civil, and state and federal statutes and constitutional law Demonstrate knowledge of the principal methods, materials, and practices of legal research and investigation Demonstrate excellent negotiation skills and proven ability to handle complex legal matters and provide professional legal counsel in one or more specialized areas of municipal law Demonstrate knowledge of municipal codes and ordinances, state and federal laws, and constitutional provisions, including relevant case law affecting municipal operations Demonstrate knowledge of court procedures and rules of evidence Demonstrate ability to analyze, appraise, and organize facts, evidence, and legal precedents in the preparation of legal matters, and effectively and persuasively communicate such material orally and in writing Demonstrate ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with City Council, City employees and officials, and the public Incumbent is accountable for all duties of this job, and other projects and responsibilities that may be added at the City's discretion. POSITION REQUIREMENTS/WORKING CONDITIONS/PRE-EMPLOYMENT REQUIREMENTS Education, Experience, Skills, Formal Training, Licenses, and Certifications Required: Graduation from an accredited law school Licensed to practice law in the State of Colorado Seven (7) or more years of municipal law experience Preferred Three (3) or more years of experience as a dedicated police or sheriff's legal advisor Three (3) or more years of civil litigation experience, ideally defending police liability claims Any equivalent combination of education, training, and experience, which would provide the required knowledge and skills, may be considered. Physical Requirements Work is sedentary in nature and requires sufficient physical stamina and strength for: Constant sitting to perform daily tasks; occasional walking through a multilevel facility to retrieve information; frequent standing, sometimes for extended periods Frequent squatting, reaching above shoulder, and twisting to file documents and lift supplies and material; occasional bending, kneeling, climbing, balancing, and reaching below shoulder to store documents, material, and supplies Constant light grasp, fine manipulation, and handling to perform daily duties; occasional firm grasp to safely use equipment Frequent lifting, carrying, pushing and/or pulling of up to ten (10) pounds to move material and supplies; occasional pushing and/or pulling of up to twenty-five (25) pounds with dollies/carts WORKING CONDITIONS Work is constantly performed indoors. This is primarily sedentary office work. Must demonstrate the ability to meet the physical demands of the job including the ability to retrieve information from various locations in the office when needed. Exposure to periods of high activity and high stress under demanding conditions. The position requires a great deal of communication with City management and staff, City Council, co-workers, boards and commissions members, the public, and outside attorneys and their clients. Required Materials and Equipment Operates personal computers, telephone, books, journals, and files PRE-EMPLOYMENT REQUIREMENTS Background checks will include employment references and criminal history, and when applicable, credit check, driver license record, and education verification Drug screen Must be legally entitled to work in the United States Closing Date/Time: 2/21/2022 8:30 AM Mountain
Westminster, Colorado Westminster, Colorado, United States
Jan 18, 2022
Full Time
POSITION PURPOSE / IMPORTANT APPLICATION INFORMATION The Sport Coach - Swim Team (Flippers) positions are the head coaches for the non-competitive swimming team representing the City of Westminster and the CARA program. Positions require working evenings, weekends, and holidays, and require ability to travel to work and other pools outside of the city as needed. Recreation staff have the primary responsibility of ensuring the safety of program participants. The full salary range for this position is stated above. The starting range of pay is dependent on qualifications and experience of each individual candidate. ORGANIZATIONAL COMPETENCIES AND CULTURAL VALUES/GENERAL COMPETENCIES The mission of every employee at the City of Westminster is to deliver exceptional value and quality of life through SPIRIT. Each employee is measured by the ability to adhere to the City's core values of Service, Pride, Integrity, Responsibility, Innovation, and Teamwork. This position supports the goals of the Parks, Recreation and Libraries Department, which enhances the quality of life for all Westminster citizens by providing diverse leisure, recreational, and informational services and resources; and acquiring, developing, and maintaining first-class parks, facilities, open space, and trails. This position works toward the accomplishment of the department's mission: Together we create exceptional opportunities for a vibrant community with a commitment to nature, wellness and literacy. GENERAL COMPETENCIES Job Specific - Every employee in this position must be able to: Demonstrate knowledge of swimming instruction for all four competitive swimming strokes and regulations for approved strokes, turns, and starts, proper warm-up and cool-down techniques Demonstrate ability to work with children ranging in age from five (5) years to17 years Act quickly and calmly in emergency situations by making proper judgments as to the correct course of action Demonstrate first aid procedures common in swimming pool operations Demonstrate CPR and rescue breathing skills within certification standards, and the use of an AED (Automated External Defibrillator) Work courteously with the public and support the City of Westminster guest service philosophy and the SPIRIT values (service, pride, integrity, responsibility, innovation, teamwork) All employees are expected to provide excellent customer service, communicate in an effective manner both verbally and in writing, display professionalism and integrity, work efficiently, effectively and accurately, work independently and as part of a team, take initiative, solve problems, display good judgment, take ownership for delivering a high quality product or service, have regular and punctual attendance, and effectively handle emergency situations. JOB SPECIFIC FUNCTIONS Essential Job Functions, Duties, Responsibilities, and Tasks 1. Promotes a safe and non-competitive swimming team environment for participants 2. Provides swim team workout planning and implementation and instructs participants in proper swim strokes 3. Coordinates swimming meets, including: Set up and break down of all swimming meets located in City of Westminster pools Track attendance of all participants; and creator of a positive environment for all participants 4. Attends various meetings and events such as CARA coaches' meetings, parents' meetings for the SFC Flippers Team, and end of summer picnic and awards banquet 5. Maintains knowledge of CARA rules and regulations 6. Maintains regular and punctual attendance Other Duties and Responsibilities 1. Attends monthly in-service trainings Incumbent is accountable for all duties of this job, and other projects and responsibilities may be added at the City's discretion. POSITION REQUIREMENTS/WORKING CONDITIONS/PRE-EMPLOYMENT REQUIREMENTS Education, Experience, Skills, Formal Training, Licenses, and Certifications Required : Must be at least 18 years of age Experience coaching a swim team or extensive swimming lesson instruction background First Aid, CPR and AED certification within 30 days of hire Preferred : Personal swim team experience Any equivalent combination of education, training, and experience, which would provide the required knowledge and skills, may be considered. Physical Requirements Work performed is physical in nature and involves sufficient physical strength and stamina for: Constant sitting, standing, and walking throughout pool area to observe patrons' adherence to facility rules and inspect for safety hazards Constant near and far acuity to observe pools for possible troubled swimmers and safety hazards; constant hearing to be aware of troubled individual that may be out of line of sight Frequent crouching, squatting, kneeling, bending, and twisting to perform pool maintenance and rescue duties; frequent climbing and balancing to ascend and descend elevated lifeguard stands Frequent light grasp to hold rescue tubes throughout shift and safely use maintenance items; occasional firm grasp and fine motor skills to perform water testing, first aid, and other emergency functions Occasional reaching overheard to pull up to lifeguard stands; frequent reaching below shoulder to perform pool maintenance and emergency functions Occasional lifting of ten (10) pounds from floor to overhead to move equipment and supplies; occasional lifting of up to seventy-five (75) pounds from floor to chest to assist in moving furniture, equipment, and patrons on backboards Occasionally carry seventy-five (75) pounds up to fifty (50) feet, and fifty (50) pounds up to 100 feet to perform emergency rescues; occasionally push and/or pull seventy-five (75) pounds to remove individuals from pool area in an emergency situation, and set up bleachers for events and lane ropes for lap swim WORKING CONDITIONS Work is constantly performed in a high volume indoor pool setting with constant exposure to loud noise and wet/humid conditions. Work includes periods of high activity and stress during emergencies. Sufficient physical strength, stamina, and conditioning are needed to rescue swimmers in danger of drowning who may resist rescue. Required Materials and Equipment Knowledge of swim team equipment to include but not limited to kickboards, pull-buoys, fins, flippers, paddles, starting blocks, stop watches, timing equipment, telephones, two-way radios, and megaphones. Operates personal computers and other standard office equipment. PRE-EMPLOYMENT REQUIREMENTS Candidates must be legally entitled to work in the United States and must successfully pass a criminal background check, reference check, and substance screen. There may be additional pre-employment requirements depending on the nature of the position. We are a caring, courteous, team-oriented organization committed to public service excellence. Employees thrive in a culture that is respectful, professional and diverse. Our work culture encourages passionate, positive and enthusiastic employees. Westminster is a drug-free workplace and an Equal Opportunity Employer. Closing Date/Time: 2/28/2022 8:30 AM Mountain
Westminster, Colorado Westminster, Colorado, United States
Jan 18, 2022
Full Time
POSITION PURPOSE / IMPORTANT APPLICATION INFORMATION Are you looking for an exciting and rewarding career in the operation and maintenance of a wastewater collection system? The City of Westminster is looking for a Utilities Operator II to join the Wastewater Maintenance Crew and maintain the City's wastewater collection system. This position is primarily responsible for operating a jetter or jetter/vacuum combination truck as well as supporting the field operations for the Utilities Operations Division. Candidates should also be skilled in the operation of a variety of other light and heavy construction and maintenance equipment used to repair and maintain sewer lines. It is a mandatory requirement of this position to work overtime, take weekend duty, and be on call for emergency work such as snow removal, water breaks, and sewer backups. Applicants must be able to respond to the City of Westminster Municipal Service Center within 30 to 45 minutes when on call, including in inclement weather. This is a safety sensitive position. Operating Hours are Monday through Thursday from 6:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. The full salary range for this position is stated above. The starting range of pay is dependent on qualifications and experience of each individual candidate. The City of Westminster offers a bonus of up to $1,500 per year depending on the employee's fluency in Spanish, Hmong, Laotian or American Sign Language (ASL). ORGANIZATIONAL COMPETENCIES AND CULTURAL VALUES/GENERAL COMPETENCIES The mission of every employee at the City of Westminster is to deliver exceptional value and quality of life through SPIRIT. Each employee is measured by the ability to adhere to the City's core values of Service, Pride, Integrity, Responsibility, Innovation, and Teamwork. This position supports the goals of the Public Works and Utilities Department, which maintains and enhances the safety and well-being of the community by providing exceptional water and wastewater service and maintaining the city's extensive network of street infrastructure. The department continuously strives to meet the needs of the community by constantly focusing on customer service, efficient and effective utilization of resources, safety, innovation, and teamwork. Every employee is accountable to: Demonstrate a high level of customer service; encourage others to focus on the customer; foster an environment where customer service is a priority Communicate with customers to ensure that, where possible, they are satisfied, and that their needs are being addressed; solicit and evaluate customer feedback Act as an ambassador by understanding and fostering the organization's mission and vision Exhibit pride in self, the department, the city, and the community; conduct self in a professional manner Demonstrate integrity and builds trust through credibility, reliability, commitment, loyalty, and ethical behavior Address difficult or contentious issues in a constructive manner Support/promote change; demonstrate flexibility, and take calculated risks when appropriate Participate in personal growth opportunities, and attend trainings designed to enhance capacity to bring new skills and ideas to the job and the organization Work to continuously improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the service or product being delivered Demonstrate support for team efforts by accepting new roles and responsibilities, and helping others achieve objectives Value diversity; demonstrate an awareness of differences; demonstrate sensitivity, and adapt behaviors and communication to accommodate these differences GENERAL COMPETENCIES Citywide - Every employee in this position is accountable to: Establish effective interpersonal relationships through honest, open communication and follow-through on commitments Recognize personal strengths and weaknesses and target areas for personal self-development Demonstrate initiative in performing job tasks Exhibit problem-solving skills leading to sound judgment and quality decisions Achieve goals, and handle assigned workload and new assignments effectively; demonstrate an ability to work independently Communicate effectively with individuals and groups using clear and concise verbal and written communications Demonstrate accountability for work, and take ownership in job performance Demonstrate concern for the accuracy and quality of work; take steps to correct mistakes and improve the overall product Job Specific - Every employee in this position must be able to: Demonstrate knowledge of safety practices common to hazards such as confined space, traffic control, fall protection, proper PPE Demonstrate knowledge of the general practices applied in the care and safe operation of a wide variety of light to heavy construction and maintenance equipment, especially those related to Utilities Operations Build positive relationships and rapport with other team members both within the work group, the division, the department and across all departments Perform thorough daily vehicle inspections Demonstrate knowledge of the laws, regulations, and City's policies, SOPs and standards; and ensure team members comply Demonstrate the ability to work with minimal supervision and both understand and follow oral instructions or written diagrams Demonstrate sufficient physical stamina to withstand fatiguing elements involved in operating light and heavy equipment for long hours and in adverse weather conditions Demonstrate ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with citizens, the public and contractors Demonstrate knowledge of using a telephone, fax machine, copier, two-way radio, pager, computer, and necessary computer programs Perform work safely to include operating various types of equipment and City vehicles Demonstrate proper handling of asbestos, excavation and trench safety and traffic control safety and ensure team members comply Communicate clearly, plan, and organize work in a manner conducive to full performance and high morale in rapidly changing situations under normal, stressful and/or emergency situations Analyze situations quickly and objectively, recognizing established precedents and practices, and using resourcefulness in meeting new problems JOB SPECIFIC FUNCTIONS Essential Job Functions, Duties, Responsibilities, and Tasks Perform maintenance on the wastewater collection system, Monday through Thursday from 6:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Additional after-hours on-call assignments are mandatory. Act as a non-supervisory lead worker over a small group of employees to accomplish specific tasks, organize projects, train staff, and provide staff feedback Operate heavy and light construction and sewer cleaning equipment including tandem dump trucks; passenger trucks; loaders; backhoes; pumps; jetter/vacuum combination truck; closed circuit televising equipment; power saws; and compressors Service and make minor repairs to assigned equipment or machinery and perform inspections and reports needed for maintenance and repair work on vehicles and equipment Perform a wide variety of physical labor duties in connection with construction, maintenance and repair under both routine and emergency conditions, including repairing sewer and water line breaks Maintain a Class "A" CDL with tanker endorsement, a DOT physical card, a valid driver's license, and a safe driving record for the duration of employment Maintain regular and punctual attendance Perform CPR and basic first aid Other Duties and Responsibilities May lead or direct small groups of employees on daily activities Assist in preparation of staff reports, agenda memos, and special letters and reports Will be required to perform duties from other primary assignment areas, including but not limited to, the Distribution Maintenance Crew, Distribution Construction Crew, Meter Shop and Cross Connection Control Team, Reclaimed Water Crew, Infrastructure Asset Management Team, and the Street Division on snow removal Incumbent is accountable for all duties of this job, and other projects and responsibilities may be added at the City's discretion. POSITION REQUIREMENTS/WORKING CONDITIONS/PRE-EMPLOYMENT REQUIREMENTS Education, Experience, Skills, Formal Training, Licenses, and Certifications Required : Graduation from high school or possession of a GED Must possess a valid driver's license, provide proof of a safe driving record, and maintain a safe driving record for continued employment Minimum two (2) years of experience in the operation of a wide variety of light and heavy equipment used in utilities construction and maintenance work Minimum two (2) years of experience in utilities operations: wastewater collections (preferred) and/or water distribution Must currently possess State of Colorado Class 1 Collections Certification with the ability to obtain a Class 2 Collections Certification within 12 months of hire Must possess a Commercial Driver License with the following endorsements: Air Brakes, Tanker, and Combination Vehicle/Class A License Must be able to pass a DOT (Department of Transportation) physical upon hire and then every two (2) years after that Preferred : Three (3) or more years of experience in the operations and maintenance of wastewater collections systems CPR/first aid knowledge Certified for working in the field for the following: confined space entry, gas detection, Asbestos awareness, cement pipe awareness, and flagger training Any equivalent combination of education, training, and experience, which would provide the required knowledge and skills, may be considered. Physical Requirements This position is physical in nature and requires sufficient physical strength and stamina to: Constantly sit while driving to and from work sites and operating heavy equipment on site, constantly walk on uneven terrain to assure crew safety and quality of work; frequently stand on uneven terrain Frequently squat and kneel in awkward confined spaces; occasionally crawl to inspect heavy equipment and work performed and balance to enter and exit vehicles and heavy equipment at elevated heights; constantly climb to enter equipment and vehicles at elevated heights; constantly bend to observe work from cab of equipment; constantly reach below and overhead to operate equipment and enter vehicles; constant twisting while operating heavy equipment Constant light/firm grasp and fine manipulation to handle tools, equipment and material Constant step up/down to use ladders to enter vehicles; constant actuate mechanism to operate heavy machinery and vehicles Constant near/far acuity and hearing to safely perform duties and perform office tasks Frequent lifting and carrying of up to 100 pounds from ground to waist to move manhole covers; constant lifting and carrying of up to 100 pounds to move cement bags and equipment; occasional pushing/pulling of up to 100 pounds twenty (20) feet to lift and move manhole covers and other equipment WORKING CONDITIONS Work is occasionally performed indoors and constantly outdoors with frequent exposure to extreme temperatures. Maintenance and repair are performed year-round on busy City streets where loud noise and traffic may cause a distraction. Work is very physical in nature and requires a great amount of physical exertion in extreme conditions while working in confined spaces. Exposure to chemicals, fumes, methane gas with limited ventilation, and human and medical waste products also exist. On-call duty is also required for emergency maintenance and snow removal. Required Materials and Equipment May operate light to heavy equipment and machinery used in utilities operations, such as backhoe, high-pressure sewer cleaners, sewer television van, forklifts, loaders, tandem-axle dump trucks with a plow, crane truck, as well as other similar equipment. May also operate electrical test equipment, diesel-powered electrical generators, basic hand and shop tools, saws, welders, cherry pickers or overhead cranes, boom trucks, shovels, and two-way radios. Personal computers, telephones, adding machines, and other basic office equipment. PRE-EMPLOYMENT REQUIREMENTS Background check including employment references, criminal history, and driving record review DOT questionnaire (Form 49 CFR part 40 Drug and Alcohol Testing) and required background check will be submitted to previous employer for the past two years Drug screen Physical Must be legally entitled to work in the United States Closing Date/Time: 1/31/2022 8:30 AM Mountain
Westminster, Colorado Westminster, Colorado, United States
Jan 18, 2022
Full Time
POSITION PURPOSE / IMPORTANT APPLICATION INFORMATION The Lifeguard (Hourly) position is responsible for ensuring the safety of guests, surveillance of the pool facility and surrounding areas, enforcement of policies, rules, and regulations, and governing the conduct of guests using a municipal swimming pool. Position requires working evenings, weekends, and holidays, and requires ability to travel to work at all City facility pools as needed. This position requires a commitment of a minimum of 12 hours per week. R ecreation staff have the primary responsibility of ensuring the safety of program participants. This position is classified as safety-sensitive due to the nature of the work. Employees in this position may be subject to random drug testing and/or heightened supervision per the personnel policies and rules. The full salary range for this position is stated above. The starting range of pay is dependent on qualifications and experience of each individual candidate. Hours for this part-time, non-benefited position vary but may include weekdays, evenings, and weekends. ORGANIZATIONAL COMPETENCIES AND CULTURAL VALUES/GENERAL COMPETENCIES The mission of every employee at the City of Westminster is to deliver exceptional value and quality of life through SPIRIT. Each employee is measured by the ability to adhere to the City's core values of Service, Pride, Integrity, Responsibility, Innovation, and Teamwork. This position supports the goals of the Parks, Recreation and Libraries Department, which enhances the quality of life for all Westminster citizens by providing diverse leisure, recreational, and informational services and resources; and acquiring, developing, and maintaining first-class parks, facilities, open space, and trails. This position works toward the accomplishment of the department's mission: Together we create exceptional opportunities for a vibrant community with a commitment to nature, wellness and literacy. GENERAL COMPETENCIES Job Specific - Every employee in this position must be able to: Demonstrate preventative lifeguarding and current lifeguard techniques, standards, and procedures related to rescue of a drowning swimmers or any user in a distressful situation in or around the swimming pool Act quickly and calmly in emergency situations by making proper judgments as to the correct course of action Rescue swimmers in danger of drowning Pass the City of Westminster's swim and lifeguard skills test Demonstrate first aid procedures common in swimming pool operations Demonstrate CPR and rescue breathing skills within certification standards, and the use of an AED (Automated External Defibrillator) Work courteously with the public and support the City of Westminster guest service philosophy and the SPIRIT values (service, pride, integrity, responsibility, innovation, teamwork) All employees are expected to provide excellent customer service, communicate in an effective manner both verbally and in writing, display professionalism and integrity, work efficiently, effectively and accurately, work independently and as part of a team, take initiative, solve problems, display good judgment, take ownership for delivering a high quality product or service, have regular and punctual attendance, and effectively handle emergency situations. JOB SPECIFIC FUNCTIONS Essential Job Functions, Duties, Responsibilities, and Tasks 1. Monitors activities in swimming pool areas to prevent drownings, injuries, or accidents 2. Responds appropriately to emergencies 3. Provides quality swim lesson instruction 4. Participates in all maintenance and cleaning duties including, but not limited to pool, locker rooms, deck, and surrounding facilities 5. Effectively enforces pool rules while following department guest host philosophy 6. Participates in and attends monthly in-service trainings 7. Maintains regular and punctual attendance Other Duties and Responsibilities 1. Instructs swimming classes of various age groups and ability levels 2. Maintains records of activity levels and usage Incumbent is accountable for all duties of this job, and other projects and responsibilities may be added at the City's discretion. POSITION REQUIREMENTS/WORKING CONDITIONS/PRE-EMPLOYMENT REQUIREMENTS Education, Experience, Skills, Formal Training, Licenses, and Certifications Required : Must be at least 16 years of age Ability to pass Starfish Aquatics Institute StarGuard Training, standard First Aid certification, and CPR/AED certification within 30 days of hire Must pass a required swim test during the interview process Must be able to work a minimum of 12 hours per week Preferred : One (1) full year experience as a lifeguard at a year-round public pool or two (2) summer seasons at a seasonal public pool CPR/AED for the Professional Rescuer certification, standard first aid certification, and lifeguard training certification Any equivalent combination of education, training, and experience, which would provide the required knowledge and skills, may be considered. Physical Requirements Work performed is physical in nature and involves sufficient physical strength and stamina for: Constant sitting, standing, and walking throughout pool area to observe patrons' adherence to facility rules and inspect for safety hazards Constant near and far acuity to observe pools for possible troubled swimmers and safety hazards; constant hearing to be aware of troubled individual that may be out of line of sight Frequent crouching, squatting, kneeling, bending, and twisting to perform pool maintenance and rescue duties; frequent climbing and balancing to ascent and descend elevated lifeguard stands Frequent light grasp to hold rescue tubes throughout shift and safely use maintenance items; occasional firm grasp and fine motor skills to perform water testing, first aid, and other emergency functions Occasional reaching overheard to pull up to lifeguard stands; frequent reaching below shoulder to perform pool maintenance and emergency functions Occasional lifting of ten (10) pounds from floor to overhead to move equipment and supplies; occasional lifting of up to seventy-five (75) pounds from floor to chest to assist in moving furniture, equipment, and patrons on backboards Occasionally carry seventy-five (75) pounds up to fifty (50) feet, and fifty (50) pounds up to 100 feet to perform emergency rescues; occasionally push and/or pull seventy-five (75) pounds to remove individuals from pool area in an emergency situation, and set up bleachers for events and lane ropes for lap swim WORKING CONDITIONS Work is constantly performed in a high volume indoor pool setting with constant exposure to loud noise and wet/humid conditions. Work includes periods of high activity and stress during emergencies. Sufficient physical strength, stamina, and conditioning are needed to rescue swimmers in danger of drowning who may resist rescue. Required Materials and Equipment Knowledge of lifeguard equipment to include but not limited to rescue tubes, backboards, bag valve masks, AED, whistles, chemical testing kits, basic pool chemicals, telephones, two-way radios, and megaphones. Uses cleaning chemicals and cleaning equipment such as pool vacuum, hose, pressure washer, and scrubbers. Operates personal computers and other standard office equipment. PRE-EMPLOYMENT REQUIREMENTS Candidates must be legally entitled to work in the United States and must successfully pass a criminal background check, reference check, and substance screen. There may be additional pre-employment requirements depending on the nature of the position. We are a caring, courteous, team-oriented organization committed to public service excellence. Employees thrive in a culture that is respectful, professional and diverse. Our work culture encourages passionate, positive and enthusiastic employees. Westminster is a drug-free workplace and an Equal Opportunity Employer. Closing Date/Time: 2/28/2022 8:30 AM Mountain
Westminster, Colorado Westminster, Colorado, United States
Jan 18, 2022
Full Time
POSITION PURPOSE / IMPORTANT APPLICATION INFORMATION The Maintenanceworker- Parking position is responsible for preventive and ongoing maintenance of parking facilities. Duties for this position include trash, snow and ice removal, installing signage, repairing parking lots and garages, power washing, landscape areas maintenance and answering questions from the general public. The full salary range for this position is stated above. The starting range of pay is dependent on qualifications and experience of each individual candidate. The City of Westminster offers a bonus of up to $1,500 per year depending on the employee's fluency in Spanish, Hmong, Laotian, or American Sign Language (ASL). ORGANIZATIONAL COMPETENCIES AND CULTURAL VALUES/GENERAL COMPETENCIES The mission of every employee at the City of Westminster is to deliver exceptional value and quality of life through SPIRIT. Each employee is measured by the ability to adhere to the City's core values of Service, Pride, Integrity, Responsibility, Innovation, and Teamwork. This position supports the goals of the Community Development Department, which plans, promotes and sustains an attractive and high-quality living and working environment by facilitating appropriate land use and infrastructure decisions ensuring that the community is developed in a safe, aesthetically pleasing and maintainable manner. Every employee is accountable to: Demonstrate a high level of customer service; encourage others to focus on the customer; foster an environment where customer service is a priority Communicate with customers to ensure that, where possible, they are satisfied, and that their needs are being addressed; solicit and evaluate customer feedback Act as an ambassador by understanding and fostering the organization's mission and vision Exhibit pride in self, the department, the city, and the community; conduct self in a professional manner Demonstrate integrity and build trust through credibility, reliability, commitment, loyalty, and ethical behavior Address difficult or contentious issues in a constructive manner Support/promote change; demonstrate flexibility, and take calculated risks when appropriate Participate in personal growth opportunities, and attend trainings designed to enhance capacity to bring new skills and ideas to the job and the organization Work to continuously improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the service or product being delivered Demonstrate support for team efforts by accepting new roles and responsibilities, and helping others achieve objectives Value diversity; demonstrate an awareness of differences; demonstrate sensitivity, and adapt behaviors and communication to accommodate these differences GENERAL COMPETENCIES Citywide - Every employee in this position is accountable to: Establish effective interpersonal relationships through honest, open communication and follow-through on commitments Recognize personal strengths and weaknesses, and target areas for personal self-development Demonstrate initiative in performing job tasks Exhibit problem-solving skills leading to sound judgment and quality decisions Achieve goals, and handle assigned workload and new assignments effectively; demonstrate an ability to work independently Communicate effectively with individuals and groups using clear and concise verbal and written communications Demonstrate accountability for work, and take ownership in job performance Demonstrate concern for the accuracy and quality of work; take steps to correct mistakes and improve the overall product Job Specific - Every employee in this position must be able to: Utilize knowledge of standard operating procedures used in parking facilities cleaning and maintenance operations Operating and maintaining maintenance equipment Perform physical activities required to clean, inspect and make minor repairs and adjustments to buildings, equipment and landscaping Perform heavy work on occasion, requiring lifting of up 50 pounds Understand and learn essential laborer and custodial tasks Understand and follow oral and written instructions Collaborate effectively with other City employees, contractors and members of the public Leadership/Supervisory - Every employee in this position is accountable to: Foster a participatory organizational climate that is open, positive, reinforcing, and supportive Encourage employees to be accountable for their work and take ownership in what they do Demonstrate leadership and courage by making or supporting decisions that reflect the organizational mission and goals even when the decision may be unpopular to some Leader Demonstrate collaboration and conflict resolution skills with other departments and employees Help employees to see the value of developing their skills, and assist them in eliminating barriers to their development; encourage employees to step outside of their comfort zone to develop their skills Provide meaningful, timely employee feedback and appraisals, and effectively address employee performance problems Effectively supervise, mentor, and motivate in a team environment JOB SPECIFIC FUNCTIONS Essential Job Functions, Duties, Responsibilities, and Tasks Responsible for keeping all parking facilities clean and well-kept Snow and ice removal: by shoveling and or plowing in parking facilities Regulatory, informational and wayfinding signage installation Sweeping parking facilities Painting and other minor repairs in City parking and/or other city-owned facilities as needed May be required to work holidays, weekend and overtime as needed Responsible for trash removal from all parking facilities Responsible for light landscaping maintenance in City-owned parking facilities Valid driver's license at the time of application and for duration of employment; capable of driving and operating other maintenance equipment as part of daily work assignment and driving in all weather conditions Other custodial responsibilities as assigned Maintains regular and punctual attendance Incumbent is accountable for all duties of this job, and other projects and responsibilities may be added at the City's discretion. POSITION REQUIREMENTS/WORKING CONDITIONS/PRE-EMPLOYMENT REQUIREMENTS Education, Experience, Skills, Formal Training, Licenses, and Certifications Required : High School diploma of equivalent Valid driver's license and maintenance of safe driving record Preferred : Experience with building maintenance and snow removal Experience working outdoors and installing signage Any equivalent combination of education, training, and experience, which would provide the required knowledge and skills, may be considered. Physical Requirements Work is physical in nature and requires sufficient physical strength and stamina to: Occasionally sit while driving to work assignments and performing office tasks; frequently stand and constantly walk on uneven terrain in all weather conditions to safely complete assigned tasks Occasional squatting, twisting, climbing, and balancing to inspect assigned areas and perform snow removal Frequent bending, kneeling, and reaching below shoulder to perform job duties Frequent light/firm grasp to properly use tools and equipment; occasional fine manipulation use to perform office duties; constant handling to use safely use machinery and heavy equipment Occasional stepping up and/or down to enter and exit vehicles and climb ladders; constant actuate mechanism to safely operate heavy equipment and vehicles Standard near and/or far acuity and hearing Occasional lifting of up to fifty (50) pounds from ground to waist to move material and supplies; constant carrying of up to twenty-five (25) pounds WORKING CONDITIONS The maintenanceworker will spend a significant amount of time outdoors in all weather conditions while working in parking lots and parking garages. Must demonstrate the ability to meet the physical demands of the job, including the ability to retrieve information from various locations in the office when needed. Exposure to periods of high activity and stress under demanding conditions. The position requires a great deal of communication with City employees, the public, and outside agencies. Required Materials and Equipment City vehicles, hand and powered maintenance tools, sign post driver, snow blower, snow plowing truck, power washer, sweeper and scrubber, saws, trash receptacles, ladders up to 45 feet in height, cherry picker/bucket truck, shovels, personal computers and keyboards, telephones, adding machines and other basic office equipment. PRE-EMPLOYMENT REQUIREMENTS Background checks will include employment references and criminal history, and when applicable, credit check, driver license record, and education verification Physical and drug screen Physical Must be legally entitled to work in the United States Closing Date/Time: 1/31/2022 8:30 AM Mountain
Westminster, Colorado Westminster, Colorado, United States
Jan 18, 2022
Full Time
POSITION PURPOSE / IMPORTANT APPLICATION INFORMATION The Assistant Golf Professional position assists the Golf Professional with the day-to-day administration and supervision of the golf operation, involving coordination, planning, and direction of personnel and guests of a multi-function golf operation. Performs a variety of supervision functions including maintaining a high level of service to staff and guests, with the ability to build relationships and provide exceptional experiences. Once trained, the First Assistant Golf Professional must be able to perform with minimal supervision in a fast-paced leisure facility environment. In order to be considered for this position, all candidates must attach a cover letter and resume (maximum of two pages for each document) to the online application at time of submittal. The full salary range for this position is stated above. Starting wages are negotiable and dependent on the qualifications and experience of each individual candidate. The City of Westminster offers a bonus of up to $1,500 per year depending on the employee's fluency in Spanish, Hmong, Laotian or American Sign Language (ASL). ORGANIZATIONAL COMPETENCIES AND CULTURAL VALUES/GENERAL COMPETENCIES The mission of every employee at the City of Westminster is to deliver exceptional value and quality of life through SPIRIT. Each employee is measured by the ability to adhere to the City's core values of Service, Pride, Integrity, Responsibility, Innovation, and Teamwork. This position supports the goals of the Parks, Recreation and Libraries Department, which enhances the quality of life for all Westminster citizens by providing diverse leisure, recreational and informational services and resources; and acquiring, developing and maintaining first-class parks, facilities, open space and trails. This position works towards the accomplishment of the Departments mission: "Together we create exceptional opportunities for a vibrant community with a commitment to nature, wellness and literacy." Every employee is accountable to: Demonstrate a high level of customer service; encourage others to focus on the customer; foster an environment where customer service is a priority Communicate with customers to ensure that where possible they are satisfied and that their needs are being addressed; solicit and evaluate customer feedback Act as an ambassador by understanding and fostering the organization's mission and vision Exhibit pride in self, the department, the city, and the community; conduct self in a professional manner Demonstrate integrity and build trust through credibility, reliability, commitment, loyalty and ethical behavior Address difficult or contentious issues in a constructive manner Support/promote change; demonstrate flexibility and takes calculated risks when appropriate Participate in personal growth opportunities and attend trainings designed to enhance capacity to bring new skills and ideas to the job and the organization Work to continuously improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the service or product being delivered Demonstrate support for team efforts by accepting new roles and responsibilities, and helping others achieve objectives Value diversity; demonstrate an awareness of differences; demonstrate sensitivity and adapt behaviors and communication to accommodate these differences GENERAL COMPETENCIES Citywide - Every employee in this position is accountable to: Establish effective interpersonal relationships through honest, open communication and follow-through on commitments Recognize personal strengths and weaknesses and target areas for personal self-development Demonstrate initiative in performing job tasks Exhibit problem-solving skills leading to sound judgment and quality decisions Achieve goals, handle assigned workload and new assignments effectively; demonstrate an ability to work independently Communicate effectively with individuals and groups using clear and concise verbal and written communications Demonstrate accountability for work and take ownership in job performance Demonstrate concern for the accuracy and quality of work; take steps to correct mistakes and improve the overall product Job Specific - Every employee in this position must be able to: Provide exceptional experiences and build relationships Communicate effectively in both oral and written capacities Promote Golf Westminster throughout the state by utilizing personal speaking opportunities and relevant media outlets as needed Apply experience to successfully hire, mentor, coach, and support Golf Operations staff Promote and support city policy and workplace safety Utilize computer management systems for tracking revenues, merchandise, pace of play, cart geo-fencing and golf statistical information Apply SPIRIT values to communicate tactfully and courteously with staff and guests in confrontational situations Apply extensive knowledge of the golf business, playing the game and rules of golf Apply expert golf instruction using appropriate technical skills and experience Apply experience in supervising Golf Shop staff and golf operations Apply experience in operating a high-volume golf facility Directly supervise Golf Shop staff and assist the Second Assistant Golf Professional with supervising outside staff and volunteers Accurately collect fees and account for all golf course fees and charges in daily deposits Coordinate and administer daily play Administer and implement all Tournament Operations, League Play, and Groups Assist with all areas of the Merchandise Operation including ordering, inventory, merchandising, special orders, daily sales and tracking Possess a valid driver's license and maintain a safe driving record Maintain a flexible schedule based on facility needs, special events, tournaments, leagues, outings, etc. Maintain regular and punctual attendance Leadership/Supervisory - Every employee in this position is accountable to: • Foster a participatory organizational climate that is open, positive, reinforcing and supportive Encourage and coach employees to be accountable for their work and take ownership in what they do Demonstrate leadership and courage by making or supporting decisions that reflect the organizational mission and goals even when the decision may be unpopular to some Demonstrate collaboration and conflict resolution skills with other departments and employees Help employees to see the value of developing their skills, and assists them in eliminating barriers to their development; encourage employees to step outside of their comfort zone to develop their skills Provide meaningful, timely employee feedback and appraisals, and effectively address employee performance problems Effectively supervise, mentor, coach and motivate in a team environment JOB SPECIFIC FUNCTIONS Essential Job Functions, Duties, Responsibilities and Tasks Assist the Golf Professional with the supervision of golf operations: Administer, manage, and develop tee sheets, rates, marketing materials, tournament programs, pace-of-play programs, and all daily play Coordinate scheduled golf course maintenance dates on master calendar and tee sheets (aeration, top dress and daily course maintenance) Manage Golf Shop Operations and staff in the collection of fees, golf shop organization, cleanliness, facility operation daily set-up, and cash deposits and accounting of golf course fees and charges in accordance with City policies and procedures Administer and coordinate golf tournament operations; Develop tournament contracts and checklists with tournament coordinators, respond to tournament requests, collect fees for tournaments, leagues, and events Co-Supervise the Golf Westminster Golf Shop Associate position, working closely with other Assistant Golf Professional to coach, mentor and assist shared full-time Golf Shop Associate Maintain records on daily revenues, monthly and yearly reporting requirements, staffing, budgeting Supervise cash controls for the collection, deposit and accounting of golf course fees and charges in accordance with City policies and procedures Conduct weekly audits on all petty cash, cash drawers, and change orders Conduct staff meetings, coaching sessions, and one-on-one staff check-ins Update policy and procedure manuals as necessary and communicate these changes to staff accordingly Assist the Player Development Coordinator with scheduling of programs Assist with the Golf Operations and Food/Beverage partnership to provide exceptional service and build relationships with guests Enforce all golf course policies and procedures Supervise employees involved in operating the golf course Support the goals and objectives of the Golf Westminster Operational Plan Assist with the supervision of outside operations, appearance and profitability Hire, mentor, coach, and support Golf Operations staff Evaluate employee performance and provide meaningful, timely employee feedback, appraisals, and effectively address employee performance problems Promote workplace safety, city policy, and SafeStart Administer policies and procedures Schedule Golf Shop employees Administer Golf Shop payroll and staff time sheets Determine the most useful and cost-effective advertising medium to maximize rounds and revenue Create, marketing and executing programs designed to enhance course revenues Market and promote golf course merchandise, sales, demo days, and events Monitor golf course website and other social media outlets to provide the most up to date and relevant information Develop annual marketing plan, literature, newsletters, email blasts, and print ads Maintain overall customer data base to market special offers, products and events Define and target specific markets based on customer feedback, data base collection and other market surveys Other Duties and Responsibilities Teach private lessons, clinics, and player development classes Attend required City of Westminster trainings Assist with facility needs from City contractors, Facility Maintenance, and F&B teams Manages associated contracts, purchase orders, and purchase card transactions Assist in monitoring budget performance and preparation of annual budget Incumbent is accountable for all duties of this job and other projects and responsibilities may be added at the City's discretion. POSITION REQUIREMENTS/WORKING CONDITIONS/PRE-EMPLOYMENT REQUIREMENTS Education, Experience, Skills, Formal Training, Licenses and Certifications Required : Graduation from high school or GED At least one (1) year of completed college level coursework in business or a related field Four (4) years of progressive experience as an Associate Golf Professional under a PGA Professional Registered Associate in the PGA Professional Golf Management Program, PGA Golf Management University Program, or LPGA Teaching & Club Professional Division program working towards membership Progressive experience in operating a high-volume golf facility, daily golf shop operations, merchandise operations, golf shop opening and closing shift operations Progressive experience in golf course marketing, web-based applications, and Apps Progressive experience in the direct supervision of staff Maintain a valid driver's license and safe driving record throughout employment Must possess or obtain CPR and First Aid certification within ninety (90) days of employment Preferred : Class-A PGA Member or LPGA Member in good standing Any equivalent combination of education, training and experience, which would provide the required knowledge and skills, may be considered Physical Requirements Work performed is physical in nature and requires sufficient stamina and strength to: Frequently sit, stand and walk indoor/outdoor and over uneven terrain Occasionally squat and kneel to perform golf instruction and assist in course maintenance; Occasionally climb ladders and reach overhead to perform clubhouse maintenance; Frequently bend, twist and reach below shoulder to instruct and demonstrate proper golf techniques Constant light grasp, fine manipulation and handling to properly use office equipment and tools; Frequent firm grasp to safely demonstrate proper golf mechanics with clubs Frequent step up/down and actuate mechanism to safely operate and enter and exit golf carts and vehicles Constant near acuity to perform office tasks; Constant far acuity to observe course for maintenance needs and safety hazards; Constant hearing to effectively communicate with guests, staff and to be aware of any possible dangers on golf course Occasional lifting of up to fifty (50) pounds from floor to overhead to stock merchandise and empty buckets of range balls into machine; Occasional repetitive lifting of up to 100 pounds and repetitive carrying of up to 100 pounds 100 yards from floor to shoulder to carry golf clubs over uneven terrain throughout course; Occasional pushing/pulling of up to 100 pounds to transport merchandise in clubhouse on a dolly WORKING CONDITIONS Work constantly performed indoor with occasional outdoor activity and exposure to extreme temperatures. Work performed in a public golf course setting with high public use, where multiple events and activities at one time may cause distraction. Ability to work under stress from demanding deadlines, public contact, and changing priorities and conditions. Required Materials and Equipment Computers and related office equipment, golf carts, golf clubs, range equipment, AED, PA system, cash drawers, hand tools, broom, blower, vacuum, gloves and masks. PRE-EMPLOYMENT REQUIREMENTS Background checks will include employment references and criminal history and when applicable, driver's license record, education verification Pre-employment drug screen Pre-employment physical Must be legally entitled to work in the United States Closing Date/Time: 1/31/2022 8:30 AM Mountain
Westminster, Colorado Westminster, Colorado, United States
Jan 18, 2022
Full Time
POSITION PURPOSE / IMPORTANT APPLICATION INFORMATION The Executive Assistant position is a highly responsible position involving complex work problems and situations. Work involves performing a variety of complex administrative duties for a highly productive office team in the Public Works and Utilities Department. Position requires the use of confidentiality, discretion, and independence of action. The position requires high initiative and the ability to work with limited direction. Employees frequently develop their own procedures to carry out work to relieve the Department Head of many administrative details and duties. The ideal candidate will possess strong written and verbal communication, administrative and organizational skills, and possess the ability to maintain a realistic balance among multiple priorities. In order to be considered for this position, all candidates must attach a cover letter and resume (maximum of two pages for each document) to the online application at the time of submittal. The full salary range for this position is stated above. Starting wages are negotiable and dependent on the qualifications and experience of each individual candidate. The City of Westminster offers a bonus of up to $1,500 per year depending on the employee's fluency in Spanish, Hmong, Laotian, and/or American Sign Language (ASL). ORGANIZATIONAL COMPETENCIES AND CULTURAL VALUES/GENERAL COMPETENCIES The mission of every employee at the City of Westminster is to deliver exceptional value and quality of life through SPIRIT. Each employee is measured by the ability to adhere to the City's core values of Service, Pride, Integrity, Responsibility, Innovation, and Teamwork. This position supports the goals of the Public Works and Utilities Department, which maintains and enhances the safety and well-being of the community by providing exceptional water and wastewater service and maintaining the city's extensive network of street infrastructure. The department continuously strives to meet the needs of the community by constantly focusing on customer service, efficient and effective utilization of resources, safety, innovation, and teamwork. Every employee is accountable to: Demonstrate a high level of customer service; encourage others to focus on the customer; foster an environment where customer service is a priority Communicate with customers to ensure that where possible they are satisfied and that their needs are being addressed; solicit and evaluate customer feedback Act as an ambassador by understanding and fostering the organization's mission and vision Exhibit pride in self, the department, the city and the community; conduct self in a professional manner Demonstrate integrity and builds trust through credibility, reliability, commitment, loyalty and ethical behavior Address difficult or contentious issues in a constructive manner Support/promote change; demonstrate flexibility and takes calculated risks when appropriate Participate in personal growth opportunities and attend trainings designed to enhance capacity to bring new skills and ideas to the job and the organization Work to continuously improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the service or product being delivered Demonstrate support for team efforts by accepting new roles and responsibilities, and helping others achieve objectives Value diversity; demonstrate an awareness of differences; demonstrate sensitivity and adapt behaviors and communication to accommodate these differences GENERAL COMPETENCIES Citywide - Every employee in this position is accountable to: Establish effective interpersonal relationships through honest, open communication and follow-through on commitments Recognize personal strengths and weaknesses and target areas for personal self-development Demonstrate initiative in performing job tasks Exhibit problem-solving skills leading to sound judgment and quality decisions Achieve goals, handle assigned workload and new assignments effectively; demonstrate an ability to work independently Communicate effectively with individuals and groups using clear and concise verbal and written communications Demonstrate accountability for work and take ownership in job performance Demonstrate concern for the accuracy and quality of work; take steps to correct mistakes and improve the overall product Job Specific - Every employee in this position must be able to: Demonstrate knowledge of modern office practices, procedures, equipment, business English, spelling and mathematical computations and tabulations Operate a Personal Computer and be familiar with current computer software applications (Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook); type 40 WPM; familiar with virtual meeting software (Microsoft Teams, GoToMeeting, Zoom, etc.) Format, type, compose, and proofread a variety of letters, memos, reports, agendas, minutes, ordinances and resolutions; maintain moderately complex reports and to prepare detailed reports from such records Acquire considerable knowledge of legal, administrative, operational and procedural regulations and practices applicable to the Public Works & Utilities Department and Division operations Develop work methods and procedures with initiative and judgment and to use resourcefulness and tact in meeting new problems and coordinating and monitoring clerical activities within the Public Works and Utilities Department Handle confidential matters with the utmost discretion Establish and maintain strong, effective working relationships with other employees and the public Work harmoniously with staff at all levels, including internal Department staff and Citywide Department staff Work productively and efficiently in high-stress situations, and manage multiple projects or tasks simultaneously Become a Notary Public within six months of hire Leadership - Every employee in this position is accountable to: Foster a participatory organizational climate that is open, positive, reinforcing and supportive Encourage employees to be accountable for their work and take ownership in what they do Demonstrate leadership and courage by making or supporting decisions that reflect the organizational mission and goals even when the decision may be unpopular to some Demonstrate collaboration and conflict resolution skills with other departments and employees JOB SPECIFIC FUNCTIONS Essential Job Functions, Duties, Responsibilities and Tasks 1. Provides high level customer service to the Director to include: Time Management and understanding urgency and reprioritizing needs Ability to manage highly confidential information with discretion Scheduling meetings and appointments and makes reservations Tracking deadlines and due dates for assignments 2. Provides Council Communication assistance to the PWU Department to include: Novus system and tracking, working closely with City Clerk's Office and City Attorney's Office Working with the department's administrative staff to ensure consistent formatting and messaging in all Council communications 3. Heavy focus on providing assistance to the PWU Department with the City's legal document software system to include: Routing and monitoring documents in Cobblestone, DocUSign, and Laserfiche Tracking and monitoring deadlines that have corresponding components Able to work in conjunction with project managers and City Attorney's Office Version control management and attention to detail Management and prioritization of timelines with high volume of contracts and agreements running simultaneously 4. Able to use webpage editing dashboard to assist the Innovation & Communications Division with keeping department information current on the city's website 5. High level customer service to the Management Team, city employees, public officials, and citizens 6. Respond to Open Records requests 7. Represents the department on a number of citywide committees and initiatives and provides the department's perspective; notifies staff about specific information, deliverables and deadlines 8. Acts as a supporting role to the other departmental Administrative Assistants, to include: Providing general office support Maintaining filing system to ensure timely filing of important documents using Laserfiche document scanning and set up Composing routine correspondence in accordance with standard policies; types reports, agenda memos, correspondence, minutes of meetings, articles, and other material on general and technical subjects Maintaining office supplies Scheduling meetings and appointments and making reservations Tracking deadlines and due dates for assignments 9. Assists the Department staff with financial and data management as needed 10. Maintains regular and punctual attendance Other Duties and Responsibilities Position may be required to work overtime during blizzard conditions as part of the MSC Emergency Operations Center (EOC); position is part of the Communications Coordination Group when the EOC is activated; driving into work could be required during adverse conditions and will be shift work based on the severity of the storm Incumbent is accountable for all duties of this job and other projects and responsibilities may be added at the City's discretion. POSITION REQUIREMENTS/WORKING CONDITIONS/PRE-EMPLOYMENT REQUIREMENTS Education, Experience, Skills, Formal Training, Licenses and Certifications Required : Graduation from high school or GED Minimum five (5) years of experience in executive assistant work of a progressively responsible and difficult nature Proficiency in the use of personal computer, with emphasis on word processing (40 WPM), Microsoft Office Suite, and familiarity with remote meeting software (Microsoft Teams, GoToMeeting, Zoom, etc.) Become a Notary Public within six (6) months of hire Any equivalent combination of education, training and experience, which would provide the required knowledge and skills, may be considered. Physical Requirements Work is sedentary in nature and requires sufficient physical stamina and strength for: Constant sitting to perform daily tasks; occasional walking through a multilevel facility to retrieve information; frequent standing sometimes for extended periods Frequent squatting, reaching above shoulder and twisting to file documents and lift supplies and material; occasional bending, kneeling, climbing, balancing and reaching below shoulder to store documents, material and supplies Constant light grasp, fine manipulation, and handling to perform daily duties; occasional firm grasp to safely use equipment Frequent lifting, carrying, push, pulling and lifting of up to ten (10) pounds to move material and supplies; occasional pushing, pulling and lifting of up to twenty-five (25) pounds with dollies and carts WORKING CONDITIONS Work is constantly performed indoors. This is primarily sedentary office work. Must demonstrate the ability to meet the physical demands of the job including the ability to retrieve information from various locations in the office when needed. Exposure to periods of high activity and high stress under demanding conditions. The position requires a great deal of communication with City employees, the public, and outside agencies. Required Materials and Equipment Computer terminal, keyboard, typewriter, printer, telephone, switchboard, fax machine, photocopy machine, transcriber, calculator, postage scale and meter, books, files, paper shredder, scanner, and other standard office equipment. PRE-EMPLOYMENT REQUIREMENTS Background checks will include employment references and criminal history and when applicable, credit check, driver's license record, education verification Pre-employment drug screen Must be legally entitled to work in the United States Closing Date/Time: 1/31/2022 8:30 AM Mountain
Westminster, Colorado Westminster, Colorado, United States
Jan 11, 2022
Full Time
POSITION PURPOSE / IMPORTANT APPLICATION INFORMATION The Reclaimed Utility Analyst position is a skilled technical position that handles the day-to-day tasks related to irrigation/landscape inspections and the reclaimed water system, including customer support and regulatory compliance. This position reports to the Reclaimed System Coordinator, supporting coordination of reclaimed water utility planning, operations, and administration. Key tasks will include responding to service complaints from existing reclaimed water customers, monitoring reclaimed site installations of new landscape and irrigation, inspections of existing and new reclaimed systems to meet regulatory compliance, spill response, public education and outreach, and assisting with planning for expansions of the reclaimed water system. Work will be performed in accordance with established policies, procedures, and technical guidelines, and is reviewed by supervisors through conferences, reports, and results obtained. The full salary range for this position is stated above. Starting wages are negotiable and dependent on the qualifications and experience of each individual candidate. The City of Westminster offers a bonus of up to $1,500 per year depending on the employee's fluency in Spanish, Hmong, Laotian, or American Sign Language (ASL). ORGANIZATIONAL COMPETENCIES AND CULTURAL VALUES/GENERAL COMPETENCIES The mission of every employee at the City of Westminster is to deliver exceptional value and quality of life through SPIRIT. Each employee is measured by the ability to adhere to the City's core values of Service, Pride, Integrity, Responsibility, Innovation, and Teamwork. This position supports the goals of the Community Development Department, which plans, promotes and sustains an attractive and high-quality living and working environment by facilitating appropriate land use and infrastructure decisions ensuring that the community is developed in a safe, aesthetically pleasing and maintainable manner. Every employee is accountable to: Demonstrate a high level of customer service; encourage others to focus on the customer; foster an environment where customer service is a priority Communicate with customers to ensure that, where possible, they are satisfied, and that their needs are being addressed; solicit and evaluate customer feedback Act as an ambassador by understanding and fostering the organization's mission and vision Exhibit pride in self, the department, the city, and the community; conduct self in a professional manner Demonstrate integrity and build trust through credibility, reliability, commitment, loyalty, and ethical behavior Address difficult or contentious issues in a constructive manner Support/promote change; demonstrate flexibility, and take calculated risks when appropriate Participate in personal growth opportunities, and attend trainings designed to enhance capacity to bring new skills and ideas to the job and the organization Work to continuously improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the service or product being delivered Demonstrate support for team efforts by accepting new roles and responsibilities, and helping others achieve objectives Value diversity; demonstrate an awareness of differences; demonstrate sensitivity, and adapt behaviors and communication to accommodate these differences GENERAL COMPETENCIES Citywide - Every employee in this position is accountable to: Establish effective interpersonal relationships through honest, open communication and follow-through on commitments Recognize personal strengths and weaknesses, and target areas for personal self-development Demonstrate initiative in performing job tasks Exhibit problem-solving skills leading to sound judgment and quality decisions Achieve goals, and handle assigned workload and new assignments effectively; demonstrate an ability to work independently Communicate effectively with individuals and groups using clear and concise verbal and written communications Demonstrate accountability for work, and take ownership in job performance Demonstrate concern for the accuracy and quality of work; take steps to correct mistakes and improve the overall product Job Specific - Every employee in this position must be able to: Manage competing priorities and possess strong organizational and time management skills Demonstrate strong interpersonal and customer service skills including demonstrated ability to deal with people under difficult conditions and to work well under time pressure Demonstrate effective negotiation and organizational skills Communicate clearly and effectively both verbally and in writing with the public, developers, contractors, and fellow employees Make independent decisions recognizing established precedents and practices and be able to follow written and oral assignments Demonstrate the ability to operate various computer programs including Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, Cityworks, Sedaru, BSI, CIS (Utility Billing System) and GIS (Geographic Information System) Demonstrate knowledge of City ordinances regarding development and construction, landscaping, and irrigation Demonstrate knowledge of design of irrigation systems, drainage, soils, and the proper use and placement of landscape materials Demonstrate knowledge of municipal public works and utilities operations, and regulations such as Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment Regulation 84, NPDES discharge permit regulations, and Chapter 11 of the City's standards and specifications. Read and interpret construction drawings, plans, specifications and other contract documents pertaining to the design of public infrastructure, site planning, and landscaping improvements Demonstrate knowledge of City ordinances regarding development and construction Demonstrate knowledge of the methods, materials and techniques applicable to the construction of streets and landscaping installation Deal firmly, effectively and tactfully with contractors, developers and the public during the course of construction activities, often under contentious circumstances Demonstrate familiarity with concepts related to soils, salinity, and water conservation Demonstrate ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with citizens, the public and contractors Build positive relationships and rapport with other team members both within the work group, the division, the department and across all departments Demonstrate knowledge of using a telephone, fax machine, copier, two-way radio, pager, computer, and necessary computer programs Maintain a valid driver's license and a safe driving record Maintain regular and punctual attendance Perform CPR and basic first aid Leadership - Every employee in this position is accountable to: Foster a participatory organizational climate that is open, positive, reinforcing, and supportive Encourage employees to be accountable for their work and take ownership in what they do Demonstrate leadership and courage by making or supporting decisions that reflect the organizational mission and goals even when the decision may be unpopular to some Demonstrate collaboration and conflict resolution skills with other departments and employees JOB SPECIFIC FUNCTIONS Essential Job Functions, Duties, Responsibilities and Tasks 1. Inspect the installation of public infrastructure and private improvements during the construction of new development within the City for compliance with approved plans, including the Official Development Plan, and other City regulations 2. Identify and respond to technical issues, including: Being a resource to customers on issues related to the successful use of reclaimed water related to landscape design/management, conservation, irrigation, regulatory compliance and salinity management Providing timely response to customer concerns and requests Using and maintaining customer records Accessing customer information through various computer programs and data management systems including the utility billing system, Laserfiche, Asset Management System, GIS and a hard filing system Providing support on issues such as water quality, quantity, health & safety issues, pond, plant, and soil effects and startup/shutdown notification Assisting with the update of customer records and keeping permits updated Maintaining a record of customer contacts 3. Assist with ensuring reclaimed system compliance with local, state and federal regulations and permitting, including: Performing required inspections of reclaimed water user sites Resolving and reporting any regulatory exceedances or violations Assisting with completion of the annual report Assist with updating records and reporting to the Colorado Department of Health and Environment as required 4. Communicate effectively both verbally and in writing while providing appropriate customer service, public service and interaction, including: Assisting the Reclaimed System Coordinator with program administration Participating in City programs, task forces, peer groups, and professional organizations Using appropriate oral and written communication to provide public information and explanation of activities Provide information on municipal ordinances, regulations, specifications and official documents, including Official Development Plans, to customers Providing data to consultants and other City Staff Offering feedback on the development of various policies Providing support in the coordination of reclaimed operations with other departments, divisions and customers Maintaining appropriate courtesy while with the public Presenting a professional appearance and demeanor Preparing and submitting effective written reports, memos, activity logs, etc. to all levels of the organization Demonstrating effective oral communication skills with the public and other members of the department Providing public education and outreach as needed 5. Assist the Reclaimed System Coordinator with the development of new reclaimed water customers and working with potential retrofit users to develop interest in connecting to the reclaimed water system, including: Gather and interpret information on existing irrigation systems Providing application/information packet to potential customers and assisting with completion Coordinating efforts between the owner, contractor, and the City of Westminster Assisting with system planning Using and maintaining system planning data in GIS Participating in the City's plan review process to identify sites that will be required to connect to the reclaimed water system or construct public improvements during the development process Assisting Staff from Utilities, Facilities, and Utility billing with the establishment of new reclaimed water tap/meters and accounts, including Assisting the Reclaimed System Coordinator with comments and drafting public and private improvements agreements Performing site inspections of new reclaimed water sites 6. Coordinate activities with other City Departments and/or Divisions 7. Performs work safely, including: Operating City vehicles Maintaining safe driving record for continued employment 8. Maintains regular and punctual attendance Other Duties and Responsibilities Incumbent is accountable for all duties of this job and other projects and responsibilities may be added at the City's discretion. POSITION REQUIREMENTS/WORKING CONDITIONS/PRE-EMPLOYMENT REQUIREMENTS Education, Experience, Skills, Formal Training, Licenses, and Certifications Required : Graduation from high school or completion of GED Five (5) or more years of experience with landscape and irrigation best practices including, but not limited to, irrigation systems, drainage, soils, and the proper use and placement of landscape materials Two (2) years of experience working with regulatory agencies, compliance, reporting or enforcement Ability to interpret construction plans, specifications and other contract documents pertaining to the design of public infrastructure, site planning, and landscaping improvements Currently possess or obtain Landscape Technician Certification within twelve (12) months of hire Be able to obtain a State of Colorado Class 2 Water Distribution Certification within three (3) years of hire Demonstrate strong customer service skills Competency in the use of computers and Microsoft Office products (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook) Valid Driver License and maintenance of a safe driving record for continued employment Preferred : Previous experience working in landscape/irrigation science Previous experience with reclaimed water systems Two (2) or more years of experience in Water or Wastewater Utilities Competency in the use of GIS CPR/first aid knowledge College-level coursework in engineering, environmental studies, science, business, landscape architecture or design, or a related field Any equivalent combination of education, training, and experience, which would provide the required knowledge and skills, may be considered. Physical Requirements Must demonstrate the ability to meet the physical demands of the job to include: Constant standing and walking on uneven terrain in various conditions to perform inspections; constant squatting, bending and kneeling to perform inspections at various sites Frequent sitting to write reports and drive to and from inspection sites; frequent twisting to inspect site structure and electrical wiring Occasional reaching overhead and below shoulder to manipulate tools and equipment Frequent light grasp, hand manipulation and handling needed to use equipment; occasional firm grasp is needed to manipulate tools Frequent stepping up/down to get in and out of vehicles, trenches and ditches; frequent actuate mechanism needed to safely operate vehicles Frequent use of far acuity to detect hazards; constant use of near acuity to write reports and perform office tasks Normal hearing is needed to perform inspections, office tasks, and observe work area for potential hazards Occasional lifting and carrying of up to thirty (30) pounds 100 feet to move equipment from vehicle to inspection site; occasional pushing/pulling of up to twenty (20) pounds to move material, supplies and plans throughout a multilevel facility WORKING CONDITIONS Work is performed indoors and outdoors with occasional exposure to extreme temperatures. Frequent hearing is needed to provide a high level of communication and customer service to contractors, citizens and staff through spoken word in noisy environments. The position requires a great deal of communication with City employees, the public, and outside agencies. Required Materials and Equipment Personal computer, GIS, Microsoft Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook, Utility Billing System, Accela and Cityworks, City vehicles, surveying equipment, measuring wheel, calculators, large format copier and printer, hand-held computers, projectors, digital cameras, office supplies, spray paint, measuring tape, hard hat, telephone, pressure monitoring equipment and cellular phone. PRE-EMPLOYMENT REQUIREMENTS Background checks will include employment references and criminal history, and when applicable, credit check, driver license record, and education verification Pre-employment drug screen and physical Must be legally entitled to work in the United States Closing Date/Time: 1/24/2022 8:30 AM Mountain
Westminster, Colorado Westminster, Colorado, United States
Jan 11, 2022
Full Time
POSITION PURPOSE / IMPORTANT APPLICATION INFORMATION The Sport Coach is a part-time, non-benefited position responsible for coaching a non-competitive intramural sports program representing the City of Westminster and area middle schools. This position helps participants develop their skills in a certain sport and learn the rules of the game. This position serves as a role model and is responsible for developing positive relationships with participants. The Sport Coach focuses on developing a team atmosphere, following the rules of the game and maintaining sportsmanship. This position requires afternoon and early evening work and requires the ability to drive to all participating middle schools as needed. Recreation staff have the primary responsibility of providing quality services and ensuring the safety of program participants. The full salary range for this position is stated above. The starting range of pay is dependent on qualifications and experience of each individual candidate. The City of Westminster offers a bonus of up to $1,500 per year depending on the employee's fluency in Spanish, Hmong, Laotian or American Sign Language (ASL). ORGANIZATIONAL COMPETENCIES AND CULTURAL VALUES/GENERAL COMPETENCIES The mission of every employee at the City of Westminster is to deliver exceptional value and quality of life through SPIRIT. Each employee is measured by the ability to adhere to the City's core values of Service, Pride, Integrity, Responsibility, Innovation, and Teamwork. This position supports the goals of the Parks, Recreation and Libraries Department, which enhances the quality of life for all Westminster citizens by providing diverse leisure, recreational, and informational services and resources; and acquiring, developing, and maintaining first-class parks, facilities, open space, and trails. This position works towards the accomplishment of the department's mission: Together we create exceptional opportunities for a vibrant community with a commitment to nature, wellness and literacy. GENERAL COMPETENCIES Job Specific - Every employee in this position must be able to: Demonstrate a thorough understanding of the sport he or she is coaching Train and instruct participants in the skills and game play associated with sport Encourage and help participants to learn and improve skills Develop positive relationships with participants Serve as a role model and maintain professional conduct and sportsmanship at all times Work effectively with children ranging in age from 10 years to 15 years old Follow City policies and procedures on conduct and safety Act quickly and calmly in emergency situations by making proper judgments as to the correct course of action Administer first aid and CPR and use an AED (Automated External Defibrillator) Work courteously with the public and support the City of Westminster guest service philosophy and the SPIRIT values All employees are expected to provide excellent customer service, communicate in an effective manner both verbally and in writing, display professionalism and integrity, work efficiently, effectively and accurately, work independently and as part of a team, take initiative, solve problems, display good judgment, take ownership for delivering a high quality product or service, have regular and punctual attendance, and effectively handle emergency situations. JOB SPECIFIC FUNCTIONS Essential Job Functions, Duties, Responsibilities, and Tasks 1. Trains and instructs participants in a specific sport Monitors activities during training and practices, explains techniques and assists with skills improvement Plans work outs and drills to improve and develop skills Monitors participants and enforces rules, regulations and safety precautions to prevent accidents 2. Promotes a positive, non-competitive recreation environment, good personal behavior and sportsmanship, and an environment to train and motivate children and adolescents 3. Responsible for team development for Round Robin tournament play 4. Participates in meetings and trainings 5. Keeps track of and ensures proper care of program equipment 6. Maintains regular and punctual attendance Other Duties and Responsibilities 1. Maintains current First Aid, CPR and AED certification Incumbent is accountable for all duties of this job, and other projects and responsibilities may be added at the City's discretion. POSITION REQUIREMENTS/WORKING CONDITIONS/PRE-EMPLOYMENT REQUIREMENTS Education, Experience, Skills, Formal Training, Licenses, and Certifications Required : Must be at least 18 years of age High school diploma or GED Experience coaching a sport or sport instruction First Aid, CPR and AED certification within 90 days of hire Any equivalent combination of education, training, and experience, which would provide the required knowledge and skills, may be considered. Physical Requirements This position requires a moderate degree of physical stamina and strength, including the ability to: Frequently sit, stand and walk through a multi-level facility Occasionally squat, bend, kneel, twist, climb, balance and reach over head Occasionally lift, carry, push or pull items weighing up to fifty (50) pounds Frequently use hands and fingers for fine manipulation; occasionally use light and firm grasp Frequently see objects up close to perform office tasks and far away to observe activity for safety hazards or problems Constantly use hearing to interact with guests and staff and recognize trouble outside of view Occasionally use sufficient physical strength, stamina and agility to perform emergency work in various capacities WORKING CONDITIONS Work is performed indoors in an active gymnasium setting with exposure to loud noises, various sports equipment and activities, and high public use by lakes and tracks. Required Materials and Equipment Ensure specific equipment such as volleyball nets, volleyball poles, basketball nets, and balls are in good condition at designated schools. Must carry a first aid kit at all times. PRE-EMPLOYMENT REQUIREMENTS Candidates must be legally entitled to work in the United States and must successfully pass a criminal background check, reference check, and substance screen. There may be additional pre-employment requirements depending on the nature of the position. We are a caring, courteous, team-oriented organization committed to public service excellence. Employees thrive in a culture that is respectful, professional and diverse. Our work culture encourages passionate, positive and enthusiastic employees. Westminster is a drug-free workplace and an Equal Opportunity Employer. Closing Date/Time: 1/24/2022 8:30 AM Mountain
Westminster, Colorado West View Rec. Center and Westminster Sports Center, Colorado, United States
Jan 11, 2022
Part Time
POSITION PURPOSE / IMPORTANT APPLICATION INFORMATION The Guest Relations Clerk position performs work of a varied and routine nature, which includes providing guest service, performing a number of registration functions, point of sale transactions, and/or assisting with other department work. Once trained, employees must be able to perform with minimal supervision in a fast-paced leisure facility environment. The full pay range for Guest Relations Clerk I is $15.36 - $19.65. Typical hiring range is $15.36 - $15.74 depending on qualifications. The starting range of pay is dependent on qualifications and experience of each individual candidate. Proficiency in Spanish and/or another language is preferred for this position. The City of Westminster offers a bonus of up to $1,500 per year depending on the employee's fluency in Spanish, Hmong, Laotian or American Sign Language (ASL). ORGANIZATIONAL COMPETENCIES AND CULTURAL VALUES/GENERAL COMPETENCIES The mission of every employee at the City of Westminster is to deliver exceptional value and quality of life through SPIRIT. The City measures each employee by the ability to adhere to the City's core values of Service, Pride, Integrity, Responsibility, Innovation, and Teamwork. This position supports the goals of the Parks, Recreation and Libraries Department, which enhances the quality of life for all Westminster citizens by providing diverse leisure, recreational and informational services and resources; and acquiring, developing and maintaining first-class parks, facilities, open space and recreational trails. This position works towards the accomplishment of the Departments mission: "Together we create exceptional opportunities for a vibrant community with a commitment to nature, wellness and literacy." Every employee is accountable to: Demonstrate a high level of customer service; encourage others to focus on the customer; foster an environment where customer service is a priority Communicate with customers to ensure that, where possible, they are satisfied, and that their needs are being addressed; solicit and evaluate customer feedback Act as an ambassador by understanding and fostering the organization's mission and vision Exhibit pride in self, the department, the city, and the community; conduct self in a professional manner Demonstrate integrity and builds trust through credibility, reliability, commitment, loyalty, and ethical behavior Address difficult or contentious issues in a constructive manner Support/promote change; demonstrate flexibility, and take calculated risks when appropriate Participate in personal growth opportunities, and attend trainings designed to enhance capacity to bring new skills and ideas to the job and the organization Work to continuously improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the service or product being delivered Demonstrate support for team efforts by accepting new roles and responsibilities, and helping others achieve objectives Value diversity; demonstrate an awareness of differences; demonstrate sensitivity, and adapt behaviors and communication to accommodate these differences GENERAL COMPETENCIES Citywide - Every employee in this position is accountable to: Establish effective interpersonal relationships through honest, open communication and follow-through on commitments Recognize personal strengths and weaknesses, and target areas for personal self-development Demonstrate initiative in performing job tasks Exhibit problem-solving skills leading to sound judgment and quality decisions Achieve goals, handle assigned workload and new assignments effectively; demonstrate an ability to work independently Communicate effectively with individuals and groups using clear and concise verbal and written communications Demonstrate accountability for work, and take ownership in job performance Demonstrate concern for the accuracy and quality of work; take steps to correct mistakes and improve the overall product Job Specific - Every employee in this position must be able to: Demonstrate knowledge of current guest service and business practices, using office equipment and computer software Demonstrate excellent skills in guest/host relations Learn routine business procedures within 6-month training period and access information. Understand and carry out oral and written instructions Handle consistent cash transactions accurately Assist the public and City staff in a friendly and helpful manner establishing effective working relationships Maintain moderately complex records diligently and accurately Work in a high-usage/fast-paced recreation facility environment Demonstrate knowledge or experience in the operation of standard office equipment including the personal computer, telephone, copy machine, and cash drawers Demonstrate familiarity with Microsoft Windows and recreation software JOB SPECIFIC FUNCTIONS Essential Job Functions, Duties, Responsibilities, and Tasks 1. Perform reception and guest relations duties in a fast-paced, high volume environment, which may include: Selling membership passes, taking program registrations, completing point of sale transactions and merchandise sales, making court reservations, taking general admissions, and handling high-volume telephone calls Directing individuals to proper locations, providing information, and other activities that serve the center guests Scheduling rooms and birthday parties and assisting with rental requests Maintaining, ordering, and inventorying coffee, office and pro shop supplies, and displays 2. Complete accurate transactions (cash, check, credit card, gift card) and reconcile at end of shift 3. Sort and file various types of correspondence, material, and documents 4. Assist in marketing efforts including proofing seasonal brochures, flyers, and special campaigns 5. Provide information related to department facilities, programs, and activities using phone, e-mail, and personal contacts 6. Monitor guest adherence to facility policies and procedures and report disruptive behavior 7. Assist in the maintenance of various records and manuals such as inventory, activity reports, billing, receipts, membership passes, reservations, and minor financial account. 8. Assist in the scheduling, tracking, paperwork, and supervision of community service workers and volunteers 9. Serve on committees as needed such as facility Safety Committee, SilverSneakers, and special events 10. Assist in maintaining a clean, orderly, and safe environment by performing a variety of cleaning duties 11. Maintain lost and found 12. Order, organize, and re-stock supplies, materials, and forms 13. Perform light custodial duties, equipment set-up, and locker room assistance as needed 14. Provides standard first aid treatment which may require performing CPR or using AED equipment in emergency situations 15. Maintains regular and punctual attendance Incumbent is accountable for all duties of this job, and other projects and responsibilities may be added at the City's discretion. POSITION REQUIREMENTS/WORKING CONDITIONS/PRE-EMPLOYMENT REQUIREMENTS Education, Experience, Skills, Formal Training, Licenses, and Certifications Required : Must be at least 18 years of age Graduation from high school or GED Must possess or be able to obtain first aid, AED and CPR Certification as soon as classes are available Keyboard speed of 25 words per minute Preferred : Familiarity with current recreation computer applications, specifically RecTrac Cash handling experience A minimum of one (1) year customer service experience in a fast-paced environment Knowledge of Spanish and/or other languages Any equivalent combination of education, training, and experience, which would provide the required knowledge and skills, may be considered. This position progresses to a Guest Relations Clerk II position ($17.75 to $22.72 per hour), which requires a minimum of one (1) year of experience as a Guest Relations Clerk I at the City of Westminster and demonstrated proficiency in all duties and responsibilities of the Guest Relations Clerk I classification. Physical Requirements Work is both sedentary in nature, and requires sufficient physical stamina and strength for: Constant sitting to perform daily tasks; computer use; frequent walking through a multilevel facility to retrieve information; frequent standing, sometimes for extended periods Frequent squatting, bending, reaching above shoulder, and twisting to file documents and lift supplies and material; occasional kneeling, crawling, climbing, balancing, and reaching below shoulder to store documents, material, and supplies Constant light grasp, fine manipulation, and handling to perform daily duties; occasional firm grasp to safely use equipment Frequent lifting, carrying, pushing, and pulling of up to ten (10) pounds to move material and supplies; occasional lifting, pushing, and pulling of up to fifty (50) pounds with dollies and carts WORKING CONDITIONS Work is constantly indoors and is primarily sedentary office work. Must demonstrate the ability to meet the physical demands of the job including the ability to retrieve information from various locations in the office when needed. Exposure to periods of high activity and stress under demanding conditions. The position requires a great deal of communication with City employees, the public, and outside agencies. Required Materials and Equipment Cash register, telephone, fax machine, photocopy machine, calculator, scanner, books and files, personal computers, and other standard office equipment. PRE-EMPLOYMENT REQUIREMENTS Background checks will include employment references and criminal history, and when applicable, credit check, driver license record, and education verification Drug screen and physical Must be legally entitled to work in the United States Closing Date/Time: 1/24/2022 8:30 AM Mountain
Westminster, Colorado Westminster, Colorado, United States
Jan 11, 2022
Full Time
POSITION PURPOSE / IMPORTANT APPLICATION INFORMATION This is a technical and professional position responsible for the management of the City's local and wide area networks with complete responsibility for engineering, designing, maintaining, updating and troubleshooting network and data communication problems. Work involves the complete technical support and administration of networks in accordance with established procedures and policies. Work is performed independently, under the direction of the Senior Telecommunications Administrator, who provides direction on critical issues and reviews recommendations having sectional or citywide impact. Position requires working some weekends, evenings and to participate in rotating on-call for after-hour emergencies. The full salary range for this position is stated above. Starting wages are negotiable and dependent on the qualifications and experience of each individual candidate. The City of Westminster offers a bonus of up to $1,500 per year depending on the employee's fluency in Spanish, Hmong, Laotian or American Sign Language (ASL). ORGANIZATIONAL COMPETENCIES AND CULTURAL VALUES/GENERAL COMPETENCIES The mission of every employee at the City of Westminster is to deliver exceptional value and quality of life through SPIRIT. Each employee is measured by the ability to adhere to the City's core values of Service, Pride, Integrity, Responsibility, Innovation, and Teamwork. This position supports the goals of the Information Technology Department, which delivers exceptional value and quality of life through the deployment and support of innovative technologies and SPIRIT. Every employee is accountable to: Demonstrate a high level of customer service; encourage others to focus on the customer; foster an environment where customer service is a priority Communicate with customers to ensure that where possible they are satisfied and that their needs are being addressed; solicit and evaluate customer feedback Act as an ambassador by understanding and fostering the organization's mission and vision Exhibit pride in self, the department, the city, and the community; conduct self in a professional manner Demonstrate integrity and build trust through credibility, reliability, commitment, loyalty and ethical behavior Address difficult or contentious issues in a constructive manner Support/promote change; demonstrate flexibility and takes calculated risks when appropriate Participate in personal growth opportunities and attend trainings designed to enhance capacity to bring new skills and ideas to the job and the organization Work to continuously improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the service or product being delivered Demonstrate support for team efforts by accepting new roles and responsibilities, and helping others achieve objectives Value diversity; demonstrate an awareness of differences; demonstrate sensitivity and adapt behaviors and communication to accommodate these differences GENERAL COMPETENCIES Citywide - Every employee in this position is accountable to: Establish effective interpersonal relationships through honest, open communication and follow-through on commitments Recognize personal strengths and weaknesses and target areas for personal self-development Demonstrate initiative in performing job tasks Exhibit problem-solving skills leading to sound judgment and quality decisions Achieve goals, handle assigned workload and new assignments effectively; demonstrate an ability to work independently Communicate effectively with individuals and groups using clear and concise verbal and written communications Demonstrate accountability for work and take ownership in job performance Demonstrate concern for the accuracy and quality of work; take steps to correct mistakes and improve the overall product Job Specific - Every employee in this position must be able to: Execute excellent judgment, creativity, and problem solving skills Demonstrate excellent analytical skills and concentration Demonstrate familiarity with standard method and procedures involved in the support and administration of local and wide area networks and related hardware and software Communicate orally and in writing with IT staff, vendors, and other city employees Establish effective professional working relationships with IT staff and department personnel city wide while providing value to the Network Administration Team Identify and correct problems related to communications, local and wide area networks Use technical skills and creativity to assist customers with identifying solutions to meet their needs Work on complex projects with minimal supervision Leadership - Every employee in this position is accountable to: Foster a participatory organizational climate that is open, positive, reinforcing and supportive Encourage employees to be accountable for their work and take ownership in what they do Demonstrate leadership and courage by making or supporting decisions that reflect the organizational mission and goals even when the decision may be unpopular to some Demonstrate collaboration and conflict resolution skills with other departments and employees JOB SPECIFIC FUNCTIONS Essential Job Functions, Duties, Responsibilities and Tasks 1. Performs troubleshooting of network hardware and software and coordinates repair and re-configuration with vendors and other IT staff, including: Engineer, design, maintain and troubleshoot city owned fiber optic, LAN, MAN and wireless networks Research, test and recommend equipment for city owned fiber optic, LAN, MAN, wireless networks Storage Area Network (SAN) firewalling, routing and switching Vitalization technology and networking Engineer secure wireless and cellular connectivity for the city's fleet of mobile enabled vehicles Application persistence technology Virtual RoutingForwarding (VRF) Blended networks and implementing security measures to separate network traffic from disparate networks Monitor and manage local and wide area network traffic and performance using a variety of hardware and software to tune the network to maximize performance Negotiate and managing third party maintenance agreements related to network hardware and software 2. Maintains and administers a variety of network communication devices and software for the city, including: Switches Routers Voice Networks/VOIP Telecommunications Firewalls Storage Area Network connectivity Virtualization Wireless access points and other server based communication applications 3. Communicate with and support customers and Information Technology staff: Provide support and service to our internal and external clients Provide network support, analysis, troubleshooting, implementation and maintenance with network users verbally and in writing to provide development and enhancement project updates Prepare user documentation for network applications Provide written updates of project status for Senior Telecommunications Administrator and customers as requested Working with IT and City Departments and divisions to find network solutions to improve business efficiencies Scoping, communicating and coordinating network projects with project stakeholders Managing projects, designing, testing and implementing city network 4. Maintain and support all Information Technology Department and City policies and practices: Update automated request-tracking system on a weekly basis; compile monthly and quarterly activity statistics Evaluate cost effectiveness of requests as requested and prepare written recommendations for the Senior Telecommunications Administrator Develop, create and/or update project plans as required Participate in weekly planning and status meetings with Network Administration Team Attend training classes and seminars related to job responsibilities Adhere to all established City programming standards and procedures by reading and understanding such procedures 5. Communicate successfully and maintain effective relationships: Prepare effective written communications, manuals and training for users Work and communicate effectively with other department members as well as the City and public in a positive collaborative manner Provide training on new and enhanced applications for network users 6. Maintain regular and punctual attendance Other Duties and Responsibilities Incumbent is accountable for all duties of this job and other projects and responsibilities may be added at the City's discretion. POSITION REQUIREMENTS/WORKING CONDITIONS/PRE-EMPLOYMENT REQUIREMENTS Education, Experience, Skills, Formal Training, Licenses and Certifications Required : High School Diploma and/or GED Six or more years of experience recommending, testing, installing, configuring, updating, troubleshooting and supporting networking equipment Six or more years of experience with network design and engineering, configuration, troubleshooting and support Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP required) Experience with advanced routing (VRF Technology) Experience with fiber, both Gigabit connections as well as 25 Gigabit connections Experience in configuring network analyzers Experience with network monitoring software Ability to pass the Criminal Justice Information Services (CJIS) background check Preferred : Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, Management Information Systems, Business Administration, or related field Experience securing mobile technology Any equivalent combination of education, training and experience, which would provide the required knowledge and skills, may be considered Physical Requirements Work is sedentary in nature and requires sufficient physical stamina and strength for: Constant sitting to perform daily tasks; occasional walking through a multilevel facility to retrieve information; frequent standing sometimes for extended periods Frequent squatting, reaching above shoulder and twisting to file documents and lift supplies and material; occasional bending, kneeling, climbing, balancing and reaching below shoulder to store documents, material and supplies Constant light grasp, fine manipulation, and handling to perform daily duties; occasional firm grasp to safely use equipment Frequent lifting, carrying, push/pulling of up to ten (10) pounds to move material and supplies; occasional lifting, pushing/pulling of up to twenty-five (25) pounds with dollies and carts WORKING CONDITIONS Work is constantly performed indoors. This is primarily sedentary office work. Must demonstrate the ability to meet the physical demands of the job including the ability to retrieve information from various locations in the office when needed. Exposure to periods of high activity and high stress under demanding conditions. The position requires a great deal of communication with City employees, the public, and outside agencies. Required Materials and Equipment Desktops, Laptops, tablets and other mobile technology, Cisco ASA firewalls, switches and routers, VMware, Compellent SAN, Wireless access points, TCP/IP, DNS, FTP, NFS, Exchange and SMTP software and protocols, LAN/WAN analyzer, telephones, cell phones, fax machines, and other standard office equipment. PRE-EMPLOYMENT REQUIREMENTS Background checks will include employment references and criminal history and when applicable, credit check, driver's license record, education verification Criminal Justice Information Services (CJIS) background check Pre-employment drug screen Must be legally entitled to work in the United States Closing Date/Time: 1/31/2022 8:30 AM Mountain
Westminster, Colorado Westminster, Colorado, United States
Jan 11, 2022
Full Time
POSITION PURPOSE / IMPORTANT APPLICATION INFORMATION The Parking Enforcement Officer promotes access, availability and turnover of parking assets by encouraging and maintaining compliance with applicable City parking standards, regulations and ordinances. The Parking Enforcement Officer supports the success of the City's parking management strategies by providing excellent customer service while acting as an ambassador in all interactions with the public. The full salary range for this position is stated above. Starting wages are negotiable and dependent on the qualifications and experience of each individual candidate. The City of Westminster offers a bonus of up to $1,500 per year depending on the employee's fluency in Spanish, Hmong, Laotian or American Sign Language (ASL). ORGANIZATIONAL COMPETENCIES AND CULTURAL VALUES/GENERAL COMPETENCIES The mission of every employee at the City of Westminster is to deliver exceptional value and quality of life through SPIRIT. Each employee is measured by the ability to adhere to the City's core values of Service, Pride, Integrity, Responsibility, Innovation, and Teamwork. This position supports the goals of the Community Development Department, which plans, promotes and sustains an attractive and high-quality living and working environment by facilitating appropriate land use and infrastructure decisions ensuring that the community is developed in a safe, aesthetically pleasing and maintainable manner. Every employee is accountable to: Demonstrate a high level of customer service; encourage others to focus on the customer; foster an environment where customer service is a priority Communicate with customers to ensure that, where possible, they are satisfied, and that their needs are being addressed; solicit and evaluate customer feedback Act as an ambassador by understanding and fostering the organization's mission and vision Exhibit pride in self, the department, the city, and the community; conduct self in a professional manner Demonstrate integrity and build trust through credibility, reliability, commitment, loyalty, and ethical behavior Address difficult or contentious issues in a constructive manner Support/promote change; demonstrate flexibility, and take calculated risks when appropriate Participate in personal growth opportunities, and attend trainings designed to enhance capacity to bring new skills and ideas to the job and the organization Work to continuously improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the service or product being delivered Demonstrate support for team efforts by accepting new roles and responsibilities, and helping others achieve objectives Value diversity; demonstrate an awareness of differences; demonstrate sensitivity, and adapt behaviors and communication to accommodate these differences GENERAL COMPETENCIES Citywide - Every employee in this position is accountable to: Establish effective interpersonal relationships through honest, open communication and follow-through on commitments Recognize personal strengths and weaknesses, and target areas for personal self-development Demonstrate initiative in performing job tasks Exhibit problem-solving skills leading to sound judgment and quality decisions Achieve goals, and handle assigned workload and new assignments effectively; demonstrate an ability to work independently Communicate effectively with individuals and groups using clear and concise verbal and written communications Demonstrate accountability for work, and take ownership in job performance Demonstrate concern for the accuracy and quality of work; take steps to correct mistakes and improve the overall product Job Specific - Every employee in this position must be able to: Maintain compliance with parking regulations by issuing parking citations for violations of the Revised Westminster Municipal Code, and any other laws, rules and regulations that govern parking Provide general information and directions to the public Provide a high level of customer service Operate a motor vehicle to perform enforcement duties Manage a license plate recognition system according to established operating standards Walk 5-10 miles a day, if enforcement vehicle is not available Deploy immobilization devices on eligible vehicles Prepare and affix immobilization and or towing notices to eligible vehicles Restrict parking in metered or signed areas as directed by supervisor Prepare reports regarding parking enforcement activities Issue parking citations Assist with traffic control and curb management activities as needed Provide assistance during high volume holiday and other City events Leadership/Supervisory - Every employee in this position is accountable to: Foster a participatory organizational climate that is open, positive, reinforcing, and supportive Encourage employees to be accountable for their work and take ownership in what they do Demonstrate leadership and courage by making or supporting decisions that reflect the organizational mission and goals even when the decision may be unpopular to some Leader Demonstrate collaboration and conflict resolution skills with other departments and employees Help employees to see the value of developing their skills, and assist them in eliminating barriers to their development; encourage employees to step outside of their comfort zone to develop their skills Provide meaningful, timely employee feedback and appraisals, and effectively address employee performance problems Effectively supervise, mentor, and motivate in a team environment JOB SPECIFIC FUNCTIONS Essential Job Functions, Duties, Responsibilities, and Tasks Proficiency or current knowledge of Revised Westminster Municipal Code regulations pertaining to parking Understand and work with parking enforcement area maps and boundaries Valid driver's license at the time of application and for duration of employment; capable of driving as part of daily work assignment and driving in all weather conditions Ability to work with citizens to deescalate situations and find permanent solutions to code violations Knowledge of relevant equipment, policies and procedures to carry out parking enforcement operations Testify during hearings for parking violations appeals Regular and punctual attendance Other Duties and Responsibilities Incumbent is accountable for all duties of this job, and other projects and responsibilities may be added at the City's discretion. POSITION REQUIREMENTS/WORKING CONDITIONS/PRE-EMPLOYMENT REQUIREMENTS Education, Experience, Skills, Formal Training, Licenses, and Certifications Required : High school diploma or equivalent Outstanding written and verbal communication skills Experience and knowledge of computers and software application Ability to work independently and make decisions based on municipal ordinances and City policies Preferred : Experience with municipal code enforcement Experience with Passport parking enforcement system or any comparable parking enforcement software Conflict resolution experience Any equivalent combination of education, training, and experience, which would provide the required knowledge and skills, may be considered Physical Requirements Work is sedentary in nature and requires sufficient physical stamina and strength for: Constant sitting to perform daily tasks; occasional walking through a multilevel facility to retrieve information; frequent standing, sometimes for extended periods Frequent squatting, reaching above shoulder, and twisting to file documents and lift supplies and material; occasional bending, kneeling, climbing, balancing, and reaching below shoulder to store documents, material, and supplies Constant light grasp, fine manipulation, and handling to perform daily duties; occasional firm grasp to safely use equipment Frequent lifting, carrying, and pushing and/or pulling of up to twenty-five (25) pounds to move material and supplies; occasional lifting, pushing and/or pulling of up to fifty (50) pounds with dollies and carts WORKING CONDITIONS Work is constantly performed indoors. This is primarily sedentary office work. Must demonstrate the ability to meet the physical demands of the job, including the ability to retrieve information from various locations in the office when needed. Exposure to periods of high activity and stress under demanding conditions. The position requires a great deal of communication with City employees, the public, and outside agencies. Required Materials and Equipment Parking enforcement vehicle, laptop, handheld, citation printer, hand tools, office equipment, general maintenance equipment, power washing equipment, snow blower, power tools, immobilization devices, immobilization and towing decals, electric vehicle charging stations, parking pay stations, signs, cones, barricades, two-way radios, cellphones, telephones, license plate recognition system, and other equipment as necessary. PRE-EMPLOYMENT REQUIREMENTS Background checks will include employment references and criminal history, and when applicable, credit check, driver license record, and education verification Drug screen Physical Must be legally entitled to work in the United States Closing Date/Time: 1/24/2022 8:30 AM Mountain
Westminster, Colorado Westminster, Colorado, United States
Jan 11, 2022
Full Time
POSITION PURPOSE / IMPORTANT APPLICATION INFORMATION The Personal Trainer position is responsible for assisting clients in establishing and reaching their fitness and wellness goals through education, motivation and leadership. This position demonstrates respect, sensitivity and concern for clients' needs in a professional manner, maintains and monitors work schedules as booked, exercises dependability and willingness to work a flexible schedule and upholds program standards of conduct. Recreation staff have the primary responsibility of ensuring the safety of program participants. The full salary range for this position is stated above. The starting range of pay is dependent on qualifications and experience of each individual candidate. ORGANIZATIONAL COMPETENCIES AND CULTURAL VALUES/GENERAL COMPETENCIES The mission of every employee at the City of Westminster is to deliver exceptional value and quality of life through SPIRIT. Each employee is measured by the ability to adhere to the City's core values of Service, Pride, Integrity, Responsibility, Innovation, and Teamwork. This position supports the goals of the Parks, Recreation, and Libraries Department, which enhances the quality of life for all Westminster citizens by providing diverse leisure, recreational, and informational services and resources. This includes the acquiring, developing, and maintaining of first-class parks, facilities, open space, and trails. This position works toward the accomplishment of the department's mission: Together we create exceptional opportunities for a vibrant community with a commitment to nature, wellness and literacy. GENERAL COMPETENCIES Job Specific - Every employee in this position must be able to: Direct students on how to strengthen core muscles by developing pelvic stability and abdominal control Lead a class composed of individuals with various skill levels Communicate clearly with participants so that they can easily follow instructions before and during activity Provide an encouraging and motivating environment in which participants can attain their personal fitness goals Interact with guests and coworkers in a professional, friendly and courteous manner All employees are expected to provide excellent customer service, communicate in an effective manner both verbally and in writing, display professionalism and integrity, work efficiently, effectively and accurately, work independently and as part of a team, take initiative, solve problems, display good judgment, take ownership for delivering a high quality product or service, have regular and punctual attendance, and effectively handle emergency situations. JOB SPECIFIC FUNCTIONS Essential Job Functions, Duties, Responsibilities, and Tasks 1. Assists clients in establishing effective fitness and wellness goals and develops the most effective training plan to achieve these goals Provides guidance in proper exercise technique and variations of exercises to meet goals Motivates clients and serves as a training partner Maintains accurate paperwork for client and sessions Adjusts schedule as needed to accommodate the needs of the client 2. Offers accurate and up-to-date information and advice on fitness Enhances knowledge through continuing education 3. Follows all quality assurance and other policies and procedures of the Fitness Program Maintains all required certifications Enforces rules and regulations Learns required skills to perform fitness assessments Maintains a safe and clean exercise environment 4. Maintains regular and punctual attendance Other Duties and Responsibilities 1. Attends staff meetings and required trainings 2. Assists with monitoring client participation 3. Assists with promoting the Personal Training Program as well as other City programs and events Incumbent is accountable for all duties of this job, and other projects and responsibilities may be added at the City's discretion. POSITION REQUIREMENTS/WORKING CONDITIONS/PRE-EMPLOYMENT REQUIREMENTS Education, Experience, Skills, Formal Training, Licenses, and Certifications Required : Must be at least 21 years of age High school diploma or GED Nationally recognized and accredited personal trainer certification such as ACSM, ACE, AFAA, NASM or NSCA First Aid, CPR and AED certification by date of hire One (1) year of personal training experience Preferred : Bachelor's degree in a fitness or health-related field Any equivalent combination of education, training, and experience, which would provide the required knowledge and skills, may be considered. Physical Requirements This position requires a moderate degree of physical stamina and strength, including the ability to: Frequently sit, stand and walk through a multi-level facility Occasionally squat, bend, kneel, twist, climb, balance and reach over head Occasionally lift, carry, push or pull items weighing up to fifty (50) pounds Frequently use hands and fingers for fine manipulation; occasionally use light and firm grasp Frequently see objects up close to perform office tasks and far away to observe activity for safety hazards or problems Constantly use hearing to interact with guests and staff and recognize trouble outside of view Occasionally use sufficient physical strength, stamina and agility to perform emergency work in various capacities WORKING CONDITIONS Work is constantly performed indoors with occasional outdoor activity. Indoor and outdoor work is performed in a high public use, multilevel recreation facility where loud noise and multiple events and activities at one time may cause a distraction. Exposure to periods of high activity and stress under demanding conditions. The position requires a great deal of communication with City employees, the public, and outside agencies. Required Materials and Equipment A variety of weight room equipment, computer programs and a copier PRE-EMPLOYMENT REQUIREMENTS Candidates must be legally entitled to work in the United States and must successfully pass a criminal background check, reference check, and substance screen. There may be additional pre-employment requirements depending on the nature of the position. We are a caring, courteous, team-oriented organization committed to public service excellence. Employees thrive in a culture that is respectful, professional and diverse. Our work culture encourages passionate, positive and enthusiastic employees. Westminster is a drug-free workplace and an Equal Opportunity Employer. Closing Date/Time: 1/24/2022 8:30 AM Mountain
Westminster, Colorado Westminster, Colorado, United States
Jan 11, 2022
Full Time
POSITION PURPOSE / IMPORTANT APPLICATION INFORMATION Police Officer Trainee is for non-certified applicants. Candidates who are hired will be sent to a state certified law enforcement academy. Upon successful completion of this academy, the Trainee will be promoted to entry-level police officer and must also successfully complete a 16 week field training officer program; plus, all Trainee employees must sign a work agreement with the City of Westminster at time of employment. The Police Officer Trainee is a safety-sensitive position that is involved with the complex and specialized activities required to maintain civil order and enforce laws and ordinances. Police Officers are responsible for the protection of life and property, detection and prevention of crime, apprehension of criminals, and enforcement of laws and ordinances in a designated specialized area or on an assigned shift. This is a safety-sensitive position. Starting salary for Trainee is $67,496 annually. Upon successful completion of the academy, becoming POST certified, and one year of service, salary increases to $70,928 annually. Police Officer/Senior Police Officer Pay Scale is $67,496 to $99,861. The full salary range for this position is stated above. The City of Westminster offers a bonus of up to $1,500 per year depending on the employee's fluency in Spanish, Hmong, Laotian or American Sign Language (ASL), ORGANIZATIONAL COMPETENCIES AND CULTURAL VALUES/GENERAL COMPETENCIES The mission of every employee at the City of Westminster is to deliver exceptional value and quality of life through SPIRIT. Each employee is measured by the ability to adhere to the City's core values of Service, Pride, Integrity, Responsibility, Innovation, and Teamwork. This position supports the goals of the Police Department, which is "To Provide Law Enforcement Excellence in Community Safety and Service through Vigorous Policing, Professionalism, Leadership and Innovation." The Department is responsible for enforcement of State Laws and Westminster Municipal Ordinances pertaining to criminal and traffic issues and to uphold the Constitution of the United States, the State of Colorado, and the Charter of the City of Westminster. The Department is primarily focused on public safety, maintaining peace and order, prevention of crime, and the apprehension of criminals. Every employee is accountable to: Demonstrate a high level of customer service; encourage others to focus on the customer; foster an environment where customer service is a priority Communicate with customers to ensure that, where possible they are satisfied and that their needs are being addressed; solicit and evaluate customer feedback Act as an ambassador by understanding and fostering the organization's mission and vision Exhibit pride in self, the department, the city, and the community; conduct self in a professional manner Demonstrate integrity and build trust through credibility, reliability, commitment, loyalty, and ethical behavior Address difficult or contentious issues in a constructive manner Support/promote change; demonstrate flexibility and takes calculated risks when appropriate Participate in personal growth opportunities and attend trainings designed to enhance capacity to bring new skills and ideas to the job and the organization Work to continuously improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the service or product being delivered Demonstrate support for team efforts by accepting new roles and responsibilities, and helping others achieve objectives Value diversity; demonstrate an awareness of differences; demonstrate sensitivity and adapt behaviors and communication to accommodate these differences GENERAL COMPETENCIES Citywide - Every employee in this position is accountable to: Establish effective interpersonal relationships through honest, open communication and follow-through on commitments Recognize personal strengths and weaknesses and target areas for personal self-development Demonstrate initiative in performing job tasks Exhibit problem-solving skills leading to sound judgment and quality decisions Achieve goals, handle assigned workload and new assignments effectively; demonstrate an ability to work independently Communicate effectively with individuals and groups using clear and concise verbal and written communications Demonstrate accountability for work and take ownership in job performance Demonstrate concern for the accuracy and quality of work; take steps to correct mistakes and improve the overall product Job Specific - Every employee in this position must be able to: Physical Abilities Maintain personal physical fitness Restrain and arrest suspects Demonstrate proficient use of weapons Demonstrate proficiency with the operation of a two-way radio Ability to accurately enter data into a software system with 25 wpm speed Demonstrate application of safe driving procedures Perform a wide variety of physical activities due to the nature of the job Personal Skills Demonstrate sound judgment, accurate observation skills and learn new information and appropriately apply it to situations Demonstrate effective oral and written communication skills Demonstrate strong interpersonal skills including assertiveness, emotional self-control, adaptability, initiative, dependability, integrity, teamwork skills, and sound problem-solving techniques Demonstrate the ability to comply with laws, rules and regulations Appropriately accept advice and constructive criticism Demonstrate knowledge of human nature as it applies to human behavior Demonstrate ability to learn the local area and to locate most addresses JOB SPECIFIC FUNCTIONS Essential Job Functions, Duties, Responsibilities and Tasks Must be able to act without direct supervision and to exercise independent judgment in meeting complex emergency situations 1. Responsible for effective incident evaluation, including Responding to calls for service Obtaining appropriate information at the scene Accurately evaluating information Determining priority of actions at the scene and whether it is a criminal or civil matter Collecting, identifying, and preserving evidence and personal property Gathering information through interview and interrogation techniques, and making legal admonishments 2. Responsible to arrest, detain, search, and preserve safety, including Approaching and detaining suspects Making arrests Restraining and subduing suspects when necessary Using reasonable amount of force necessary for physical arrests Legally searching people and property Applying appropriate safety precautions in hazardous and potentially dangerous situations Maintaining a safe position when dealing with suspects Maintaining an awareness of own location and location of other officers and personnel 3. Responsible to effectively communicate, both verbally and in writing, while providing appropriate public service and interaction, including Using appropriate oral and written communication to provide law enforcement information and explanations Maintaining appropriate courtesy while with the public Providing assistance and appropriate referrals Advising victims, complainants, violators, parents, etc. Mediating disputes Controlling crowds Presenting a neat, clean, well-groomed, professional appearance and demeanor Preparing effective written reports, memos, citations, activity logs, etc. Demonstrating effective oral communication skills with the public, other members of the department Demonstrating effective communication via the police radio and other portable devices 4. Responsible for patrolling, including Performing patrol activities in assigned area Observing conditions and initiating appropriate action to potential hazards and suspicious or criminal activity Responding to and handling a variety of calls for services Enforcing laws and ordinances, as well as monitoring and enforcing vehicle codes 5. Must be able to safely and proficiently use required vehicles and equipment, including Maintaining all equipment Inspecting patrol vehicle Inspecting all equipment Safely operating vehicle under routine and emergency conditions Using required weapons under training and emergency conditions 6. Must be able to effectively use legal and department knowledge, including: Demonstrating working knowledge of laws, codes, and legal procedures in all areas of law enforcement Testifying in civil and criminal court on behalf of the police department Assisting in courtroom security Serving summonses, subpoenas, notices, orders, and warrants of arrest Demonstrating working knowledge of department policies, regulations and procedures Maintaining current knowledge of accepted police procedures and conduct Keeping current on laws and relevant legal opinions Participating in all required training Adhering to an exemplary code of conduct while on or off duty in dealing with other department members as well as the City and public Functioning effectively within the prescribed chain of command 7. Maintains regular and punctual attendance POSITION REQUIREMENTS/WORKING CONDITIONS/PRE-EMPLOYMENT REQUIREMENTS Education, Experience, Skills, Formal Training, Licenses and Certifications Required : Must be 21 years of age by posting closing date Graduation from high school or GED No felony convictions Valid driver's license and maintain a safe driving record Must be able to obtain First Aid and CPR certification within 12 months of employment Candidate must pass the academy and become conditionally POST certified to be qualified to promote to Police Officer Preferred : Bachelor's degree from an accredited four-year college or university Military training (veteran friendly) Minimum of two years of college level training in police science, criminal justice or a related field Any equivalent combination of education, training and experience, which would provide the required knowledge and skills, may be considered Physical Requirements Work is physical in nature and requires sufficient physical stamina and strength for: Occasional use of sufficient physical strength, stamina, agility and ability to capture, control and arrest subjects or suspects, including those who may be bigger in stature and strength, resistive, combative, or attempting to elude custody Constant carrying of thirty (30) pounds around waist for up to ten hours, or the duration of a shift in standing and seated positions Frequent sitting in a patrol vehicle covering a designated area; occasional sitting at a desk to perform office functions and report writing; frequent standing, walking and running while chasing subjects or suspects on all types of terrain in all weather conditions Occasional awkward movements such as resisted twisting, bending, or lifting; occasional kneeling, climbing and balancing on fences and stairs Frequent firm grasping and occasional light grasping, pinching, and fine motor skills to be able to handle a weapon, evidence, and resistive detainees Constant near acuity and depth perception to accurately discharge a weapon and view vehicle or personal characteristics for reports or descriptions are required, as is the ability to consistently hear and communicate via phone and two-way radio systems Frequent lifting of up to sixty (60) pounds from ground level to waist and twenty (20) pounds from ground level to overhead to move equipment and material to and from police vehicles; occasional push/pull of up to 200 pounds or more to clear stalled vehicles from traffic or clear other hazards WORKING CONDITIONS Work is constantly performed outdoors and occasionally indoors with frequent exposure to extreme temperatures and all weather conditions. Work is performed year-round with occasional exposure to wet/humid conditions, loud noise, heavy traffic, and all types of hazardous situations, including threatening people, communicable diseases, hazardous materials, chemicals, etc. Due to the nature of position, periods of high activity and stress in emergency situations will exist, often after extended periods of sedentary activity, under demanding conditions, along with the handling of dangerous or hostile individuals. Required Materials and Equipment Vehicles, firearms, tasers, restraint devices, two-way radio, electronic devices, safety equipment, officer equipment, emergency first aid equipment, camera, speed measuring devices, breath-alcohol measuring devices and other equipment related to law enforcement; computer terminals, keyboard, printer, telephone, fax machine, photocopy machine, and other standard pieces of office equipment. PRE-EMPLOYMENT REQUIREMENTS Employment as a Police Officer is conditional upon successful completion of an oral interview and/or assessment center, psychological examination, background investigation, polygraph or CVSA Additional testing may be required Pre-employment drug screen Pre-employment physical Must be legally entitled to work in the United States and provide required documentation Closing Date/Time: 1/31/2022 8:30 AM Mountain
Westminster, Colorado Westminster, Colorado, United States
Jan 11, 2022
Full Time
POSITION PURPOSE / IMPORTANT APPLICATION INFORMATION This is a responsible administrative support position that manages a variety of moderately complex administrative duties, work problems and situations in the Public Works and Utilities Department, across three divisions: Administrative, Utilities Engineering and Water Resources & Quality. The position also includes financial support work. The ideal candidate will have the ability to independently exercise good judgment in a variety of situations, with strong communication (written and verbal), administrative, financial and organizational skills, and possess the ability to maintain a realistic balance among multiple priorities. The incumbent must be able to work under pressure at times to handle a wide variety of activities and confidential matters with discretion. In order to be considered for this position, all candidates must attach both a cover letter (maximum two (2) pages), and resume (maximum two (2) pages) to their online application at the time of submittal. The full salary range for this position is stated above. Starting wages are negotiable and dependent on the qualifications and experience of each individual candidate. The City of Westminster offers a bonus of up to $1,500 per year depending on the employee's fluency in Spanish, Hmong, Laotian, and/or American Sign Language (ASL). ORGANIZATIONAL COMPETENCIES AND CULTURAL VALUES/GENERAL COMPETENCIES The mission of every employee at the City of Westminster is to deliver exceptional value and quality of life through SPIRIT. Each employee is measured by the ability to adhere to the City's core values of Service, Pride, Integrity, Responsibility, Innovation, and Teamwork. This position supports the goals of the Public Works and Utilities Department, which maintains and enhances the safety and well-being of the community by providing exceptional water and wastewater service and maintaining the city's extensive network of street infrastructure. The department continuously strives to meet the needs of the community by constantly focusing on customer service, efficient and effective utilization of resources, safety, innovation, and teamwork. Every employee is accountable to: Demonstrate a high level of customer service; encourage others to focus on the customer; foster an environment where customer service is a priority Communicate with customers to ensure that where possible they are satisfied and that their needs are being addressed; solicit and evaluate customer feedback Act as an ambassador by understanding and fostering the organization's mission and vision Exhibit pride in self, the department, the city and the community; conduct self in a professional manner Demonstrate integrity and builds trust through credibility, reliability, commitment, loyalty and ethical behavior Address difficult or contentious issues in a constructive manner Support/promote change; demonstrate flexibility and takes calculated risks when appropriate Participate in personal growth opportunities and attend trainings designed to enhance capacity to bring new skills and ideas to the job and the organization Work to continuously improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the service or product being delivered Demonstrate support for team efforts by accepting new roles and responsibilities, and helping others achieve objectives Value diversity; demonstrate an awareness of differences; demonstrate sensitivity and adapt behaviors and communication to accommodate these differences GENERAL COMPETENCIES Citywide - Every employee in this position is accountable to: Establish effective interpersonal relationships through honest, open communication and follow-through on commitments Recognize personal strengths and weaknesses and target areas for personal self-development Demonstrate initiative in performing job tasks Exhibit problem-solving skills leading to sound judgment and quality decisions Achieve goals, handle assigned workload and new assignments effectively; demonstrate an ability to work independently Communicate effectively with individuals and groups using clear and concise verbal and written communications Demonstrate accountability for work and take ownership in job performance Demonstrate concern for the accuracy and quality of work; take steps to correct mistakes and improve the overall product Job Specific - Every employee in this position must be able to: Understand and follow moderately complex oral and written instruction Handle and maintain confidential matters Be able to prioritize multiple tasks with competing deadlines Be willing to ask for direction and assistance Establish and maintain effective relationships with other employees and the public Demonstrate knowledge of modern office practices, procedures, equipment, business English, spelling and mathematical computations and tabulations Operate a Personal Computer and be familiar with current computer software applications (Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Adobe Acrobat Pro and Outlook); must be able to type 40 W.P.M Set up and type a variety of letters, memos, reports, agendas, minutes, ordinances and resolutions; maintain moderately complex reports and prepare detailed reports from such records Make decisions in accordance with precedents and City guidelines and to apply these to work situations JOB SPECIFIC FUNCTIONS Essential Job Functions, Duties, Responsibilities and Tasks 1. Provides high level of customer service to city employees, public officials, citizens and businesses 2. Provides financial support to three divisions to include: Maintaining balances and reconciling budgets Supporting the annual operating budget development process for the three divisions Maintaining budget records Processing Accounts Receivable and Accounts Payable documents Verifying budgets and funding for project and operating expenses Processing purchase orders and invoices Recording petty cash reimbursements Initiating budget revisions and journal entries 3. Provides administrative support to three divisions to include: Composing, editing and proofing content for routine correspondence in accordance with standard policies; including reports, agenda memos, correspondence, minutes of meetings, articles, and other material on general and technical subjects Recording expenditures Recording mileage Tracking deadlines and due dates for assignments Scheduling meetings and appointments and making reservations Making travel and conference arrangements Maintaining office supplies Completing appropriate special projects as assigned 4. Works in close contact with administrative colleagues within the department and the city 5 Maintains regular and punctual attendance Other Duties and Responsibilities 1. Position may be required to work overtime during blizzard conditions as part of the MSC Emergency Operations Center (EOC); position is part of the Communications Coordination Group when the EOC is activated 2. Incumbent is accountable for all duties of this job and other projects and responsibilities may be added at the City's discretion POSITION REQUIREMENTS/WORKING CONDITIONS/PRE-EMPLOYMENT REQUIREMENTS Education, Experience, Skills, Formal Training, Licenses and Certifications Required : Graduation from high school or GED Minimum three (3) years of experience in a high public contact and administrative role Proficiency in the use of personal computer, with emphasis on word processing (40 W.P.M.) Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Acrobat Pro and Outlook Knowledge of general accounting Financial management and/or budget management experience Preferred : Additional experience with other computer software programs; i.e. Accela, CityWorks and GIS Experience with financial software programs; i.e., JDEdwards Any equivalent combination of education, training and experience, which would provide the required knowledge and skills, may be considered. Physical Requirements Work is sedentary in nature and requires sufficient physical stamina and strength for: Constant sitting to perform daily tasks; occasional walking through a multilevel facility to retrieve information; frequent standing sometimes for extended periods Frequent squatting, reaching above shoulder and twisting to file documents and lift supplies and material; occasional bending, kneeling, climbing, balancing and reaching below shoulder to store documents, material and supplies Constant light grasp, fine manipulation, and handling to perform daily duties; occasional firm grasp to safely use equipment Frequent lifting, carrying, push, pulling and lifting of up to ten (10) pounds to move material and supplies; occasional pushing, pulling and lifting of up to twenty-five (25) pounds with dollies and carts WORKING CONDITIONS Work is constantly performed indoors. This is primarily sedentary office work. Must demonstrate the ability to meet the physical demands of the job including the ability to retrieve information from various locations in the office when needed. Exposure to periods of high activity and high stress under demanding conditions. The position requires a great deal of communication with City employees, the public, and outside agencies. Required Materials and Equipment Personal computer, typewriter, printer, telephone, fax machine, photocopy machine, transcriber, calculator, postage scale and meter, books, files, paper shredder, scanner, and other standard office equipment. PRE-EMPLOYMENT REQUIREMENTS Background checks will include employment references and criminal history and when applicable, credit check, driver's license record, education verification Pre-employment drug screen Must be legally entitled to work in the United States Closing Date/Time: 1/24/2022 8:30 AM Mountain
Westminster, Colorado Westminster, Colorado, United States
Jan 11, 2022
Full Time
POSITION PURPOSE / IMPORTANT APPLICATION INFORMATION The Business Operations Coordinator works for the Police Department and collaborates with City management and departments on organization-wide initiatives and programs. The position provides budget analysis and analytics on a variety of projects including creating detailed annual projections for pay, benefits, and pension costs in addition to being responsible to provide support to the department's divisions on developing and maintaining the Police Department budget and working collaboratively with staff across the organization to consult, support, and ensure compliance with grant provisions. The position is analytical in nature as well as project management oriented and is performed with a wide latitude of independent judgment. This position will also participate and have oversight in capital improvement projects, policy work, and day-to-day management of the overall police budget. Strength in organizational development, strategic planning and leadership will be essential to the position. Projects may include sustainability assessments, process improvement, organizational development initiatives, and departmental quality enhancement efforts. This position performs supervisory and leadership functions with those employees assigned. The full salary range for this position is stated above. Starting wages are negotiable and dependent on the qualifications and experience of each individual candidate. The City of Westminster offers a bonus of up to $1,500 per year depending on the employee's fluency in Spanish, Hmong, Laotian, or American Sign Language (ASL). ORGANIZATIONAL COMPETENCIES AND CULTURAL VALUES/GENERAL COMPETENCIES The mission of every employee at the City of Westminster is to deliver exceptional value and quality of life through SPIRIT. Each employee is measured by the ability to adhere to the City's core values of Service, Pride, Integrity, Responsibility, Innovation, and Teamwork. This position supports the goals of the Police Department, which is to champion our City's mission by providing quality support and services to City Departments, employees, and citizens. Every employee is accountable to: Demonstrate a high level of customer service; encourage others to focus on the customer; foster an environment where customer service is a priority Communicate with customers to ensure that, where possible, they are satisfied, and that their needs are being addressed; solicit and evaluate customer feedback Act as an ambassador by understanding and fostering the organization's mission and vision Exhibit pride in self, the department, the city, and the community; conduct self in a professional manner Demonstrate integrity and build trust through credibility, reliability, commitment, loyalty, and ethical behavior Address difficult or contentious issues in a constructive manner Support/promote change; demonstrate flexibility, and take calculated risks when appropriate Participate in personal growth opportunities, and attend trainings designed to enhance capacity to bring new skills and ideas to the job and the organization Work to continuously improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the service or product being delivered Demonstrate support for team efforts by accepting new roles and responsibilities, and helping others achieve objectives Value diversity; demonstrate an awareness of differences; demonstrate sensitivity, and adapt behaviors and communication to accommodate these differences GENERAL COMPETENCIES Citywide - Every employee in this position is accountable to: Establish effective interpersonal relationships through honest, open communication and follow-through on commitments Recognize personal strengths and weaknesses, and target areas for personal self-development Demonstrate initiative in performing job tasks Exhibit problem-solving skills leading to sound judgment and quality decisions Achieve goals, and handle assigned workload and new assignments effectively; demonstrate an ability to work independently Communicate effectively with individuals and groups using clear and concise verbal and written communications Demonstrate accountability for work, and take ownership in job performance Demonstrate concern for the accuracy and quality of work; take steps to correct mistakes and improve the overall product Job Specific - Every employee in this position must be able to: Demonstrate knowledge of best practices, procedures, and processes for contract administration and compliance with grants, especially federal and state pass through grants subject to Title 2 U.S. Code of Federal Regulations Part 200, Uniform Administrative Requirements, Cost Principles, and Audit Requirements for Federal Awards (Uniform Guidance) Demonstrate knowledge of sound internal controls, general business practices, and pertinent Federal, State, and local laws, codes, and regulations applying to services and activities of municipal government programs and functions Exercise considerable judgment in maintaining or developing procedures and in the preparation of statements and reports Meet deadlines while handling multiple tasks and work hours above and beyond regular schedule to bring project objectives to completion Establish and maintain effective working relationships with superiors, other employees, City officials, and the public through honest, open communication and follow-through on commitments Communicate effectively in a clear, concise, and objective manner, verbally and in writing, and in order to prepare comprehensive reports Prepare and present oral and written communications including recommendations, reports, policy consultation, and education to City staff Work independently Demonstrate considerable knowledge of Microsoft software packages, especially Word and Excel Demonstrate working knowledge of automated general ledger, subsidiary systems, and other related software packages Maintain a strong organizational orientation and perspective Recognize opportunities for organizational improvement Motivate and challenge others in the midst of change initiatives Demonstrate effective interpersonal skills, including listening, plus a high emotional intelligence and self-awareness Demonstrate skills and knowledge of public personnel administration as applied to research, report writing, analytical studies, and the evaluation of programs Evaluate complex sets of data and circumstances from an overall perspective and formulate effective plans, procedures, programs and reports Establish and maintain effective working relationships with Department Heads, Division Managers, employees, applicants, other governmental officials, citizens, and fellow professional associates Exercise independent judgment in planning work details and in making technical determinations Act in a professional manner at all times and maintain proper confidentiality as required Leadership - Every employee in this position is accountable to: Foster a participatory organizational climate that is open, positive, reinforcing, and supportive Encourage employees to be accountable for their work and take ownership in what they do Demonstrate leadership and courage by making or supporting decisions that reflect the organizational mission and goals even when the decision may be unpopular to some Demonstrate collaboration and conflict resolution skills with other departments and employees Leadership/Supervisory - Every employee in this position is accountable to: Help employees to see the value of developing their skills, and assist them in eliminating barriers to their development; encourage employees to step outside of their comfort zone to develop their skills Provide meaningful, timely employee feedback and appraisals, and effectively address employee performance problems Effectively supervise, mentor, and motivate in a team environment JOB SPECIFIC FUNCTIONS Essential Job Functions, Duties, Responsibilities, and Tasks Function as a key member and leader of the budget team for the Police Department developing and maintaining operational and administrative budgets and working with Division Managers to understand needs of the organization and balancing the budget Administration of contract processes and procedures: Review all executed contracts and extract pertinent information from each contract, and maintain all corresponding updates and revisions Review contracts and agreements to ensure successful performance of contract provisions Administration of grant function: Evaluate, identify, and help resolve deficiencies with grant policy, procedure, and ensures system compliance and controls across the organization Survey departments to continually improve the City's grant program recommendations Monitor the compliance of grant recipient departments to ensure general and specific requirements of the grant are adhered to Assist in the reconciliation of all grant financial reports to the general ledger Interpret regulations and policies for departments Assist with financial accounting and reporting of grant activity Audit grant records, procedures, and practices to determine accuracy and compliance with accepted policies, practices, procedures, and the law Prepare and present oral and written audit findings and recommendations, and follow up on the correction of unsatisfactory conditions, improvements in operations, reduction of costs, and implementation of internal controls, acceptable practices, and procedures Responsible for department projects and initiatives or to provide support to the Chief of Police and the Police Department on programs, projects or initiatives: Take organizational initiatives and assists with establishing project goals and objectives, establishing project steps and timelines, and overseeing/carrying out steps for project completion Guide city staff to establish and maintain both city-wide service contracts as well as department specific contracts Coordinate the department budget Support Division Managers in major purchases Support policy development Maintain regular and punctual attendance Other Duties and Responsibilities Incumbent is accountable for all duties of this job, and other projects and responsibilities may be added at the City's discretion. POSITION REQUIREMENTS/WORKING CONDITIONS/PRE-EMPLOYMENT REQUIREMENTS Education, Experience, Skills, Formal Training, Licenses, and Certifications Required : Graduation from an accredited four-year college or university with course work in business, public administration, project management, communications, human resources management, finance or related field Five to seven years work experience in creating and developing budgets, analytics, sustainability initiatives, process improvement and quality enhancement efforts and/or organizational development programs, preferably in a public sector setting Excellent human relations, analytical and conflict management skills A strong participative management orientation along with a strong detail and results oriented style Knowledge of modern office practices, procedures, and methods Proficiency in computer word processing, spreadsheets, and databases, particularly with Microsoft products Valid driver's license and maintain a safe driving record Preferred : Master's degree with course work in business, public administration, project management, communications, human resources, management or finance Work experience in the public sector Experience with ERP computer software such as JD Edwards Any equivalent combination of education, training, and experience, which would provide the required knowledge and skills, may be considered. Physical Requirements Work is sedentary in nature and requires sufficient physical stamina and strength for: Constant sitting to perform daily tasks; occasional walking through a multilevel facility to retrieve information; frequent standing, sometimes for extended periods Frequent squatting, reaching above shoulder, and twisting to file documents and lift supplies and material; occasional bending, kneeling, climbing, balancing, and reaching below shoulder to store documents, material, and supplies Constant light grasp, fine manipulation, and handling to perform daily duties; occasional firm grasp to safely use equipment Frequent lifting, carrying, and pushing and/or pulling of up to ten (10) pounds to move material and supplies; occasional lifting and pushing and/or pulling of up to twenty-five (25) pounds with dollies and carts WORKING CONDITIONS Work is constantly performed indoors. This is primarily sedentary office work. Must demonstrate the ability to meet the physical demands of the job, including the ability to retrieve information from various locations in the office when needed. Exposure to periods of high activity and stress under demanding conditions. The position requires a great deal of communication with City employees, the public, and outside agencies. Required Materials and Equipment Personal computer, typewriter, 10-key, telephone, fax machine, photocopy machine, calculator, postage meter, files, laminator, paper shredder, laser disc reader/printer, scanner, and other standard office equipment. PRE-EMPLOYMENT REQUIREMENTS Background checks will include employment references and criminal history, and when applicable, credit check, driver license record, and education verification Drug screen Must be legally entitled to work in the United States Closing Date/Time: 1/24/2022 8:30 AM Mountain