The City of San Marcos is dedicated to providing excellent service to our residents and maintaining our high quality of life.  Business, industry, education, retail, and government make up the backbone of the San Marcos economy. The City of San Marcos works closely with all of our community partners to help our community become a thriving, job-producing city with opportunities for all.

44 job(s) at City of San Marcos, TX

San Marcos, TX San Marcos, Texas, United States
Jan 28, 2023
Temporary
JOB SUMMARY SALARY RANGE: $16.00 per hour (Additional $1 per hour stipend when teaching swimming lessons) Perform lifeguard duties; teach swimming lessons; maintain pool and pool area. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND DECISION MAKING Performs lifeguard duties; guards pool; rescues distressed/drowning swimmers; administers first aid; enforces safety rules in and around the pool; fills out forms; maintains certification through in-service training; performs safety inspections daily.Maintains pool and pool area: maintains mechanical equipment; checks backwash; checks chemical levels in the pool; picks up trash; cleans decks; vacuums; cleans bathrooms and performs janitorial work as needed; attends in-service training for pool maintenance.Teaches swimming lessons; guards swimmers taking lessons and provides assistance for first aid; handles registration for lessons. DECISION MAKING Uses judgment to coordinate activities and to act appropriately in emergency situations. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS (Salary is dependent upon qualifications) Must be at least 16 years old. Must have an American Red Cross Lifeguarding Certification or be able to obtain the certification before the start of summer (ARCL Certification class will be offered by City of San Marcos) Must have an American Red Cross Water Safety Instructor (WSI) Certification or be able to obtain certification before start of summer. CORE COMPETENCIES AND PHYSICAL DEMANDS JOB DIMENSIONS Effective oral communication skills to teach lessons and educate the public. Extensive contact with the public, must be able to interact in a courteous and professional manner. Basic calculations to balance cash receipts, measure chemicals, and check test results. PHYSICAL DEMANDS AND WORKING CONDITIONS Physical requirements include working outdoors in heat, humidity and wind. Exposed to chlorine, muriatic acid and other pool chemicals. Navigates slippery surfaces; exposed to noise from crowds, whistles and pump room. Subject to standing, sitting, vision, hearing, talking, lifting, carrying, pushing, pulling reaching, handling, kneeling, crouching, bending, twisting, climbing, balancing, handling, foot controls, fine dexterity. Must be able to lift over 50lbs rarely. Safety Sensitive Position. The City of San Marcos offers its employees a broad range of benefits to enhance their personal and occupational lives. We are committed to a total rewards strategy that provides employees with competitive compensation, comprehensive benefits, and an environment that supports a healthy work/life balance. View Our Benefits Guide. BENEFITS Retirement Public Agency Retirement Services (PARS) - Individual trust replacing Social Security Mission Square Retirement Corporation - optional 457-deferred compensation plan & Roth IRA ADDITIONAL BENEFITS Employee Assistance Program Activity Center Membership Direct Deposit Closing Date/Time: Continuous
San Marcos, TX San Marcos, Texas, United States
Jan 27, 2023
Temporary
JOB SUMMARY JOB SUMMARY Performs customer service duties at the Rio Vista Pool. Controls desk, collects admission fees and assists staff with enforcement. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND DECISION MAKING ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Staffs front desk; operates cash register, collects admission fees; answers telephone; prepares daily cash reports; injury reports; enforces rules and regulations relating to swimming pool. Maintains pool area; cleans deck, picks up trash, cleans restrooms and performs other janitorial duties as needed. Attends staff meetings and in service training sessions. DECISION MAKING This position works under general supervision.Uses judgment to determine action needed during emergency situation. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS (Salary is dependent upon qualifications) MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS Previous experience working a cash register and calculating change. Must be at least 16 years of age. CORE COMPETENCIES AND PHYSICAL DEMANDS CORE COMPETENCIES Effective oral communication skills are required. Extensive contact with the public, must be able to interact in a courteous and professional manner. Basic calculations to add admission charges, calculate change, and prepare daily cash reports. PHYSICAL DEMANDS AND WORKING CONDITIONS Physical requirements include working outside in the heat, sun, high humidity and wind; exposed to chlorine, muriatic acid, slippery surface; noise from large crowds and lifeguard whistles. Subject to standing, sitting, vision, hearing, talking, lifting, carrying, pushing, pulling reaching, handling, and fine dexterity. Work Hours Irregular Hours, 1-6 pm, Weekend/evenings required FLSA Status Non-Exempt The City of San Marcos offers its employees a broad range of benefits to enhance their personal and occupational lives. We are committed to a total rewards strategy that provides employees with competitive compensation, comprehensive benefits, and an environment that supports a healthy work/life balance. View Our Benefits Guide. BENEFITS Retirement Public Agency Retirement Services (PARS) - Individual trust replacing Social Security Mission Square Retirement Corporation - optional 457-deferred compensation plan & Roth IRA ADDITIONAL BENEFITS Employee Assistance Program Activity Center Membership Direct Deposit Closing Date/Time: Continuous
San Marcos, TX San Marcos, Texas, United States
Jan 26, 2023
Temporary
JOB SUMMARY JOB SUMMARY The City of San Marcos is looking for energetic individuals to staff our Summer Fun Program. The program provides area children, ages 7 thru 14, with a fun-filled summer that includes games, activities and field trips! This is a temporary employment. The program begins on June 12,2023 and runs for 8 weeks until August 4, 2023. There will also be 1 week for training totaling 9 weeks. An exit interview may be required at close of program. Training begins June 5, 2023 The Site Supervisor performs supervisory duties for Summer Fun Program Activity Leader positions and Assistant Site Supervisor positions; supervises children; administers program recreational activities; maintains campus site area. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND DECISION MAKING ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Supervises Assistant Site Supervisor and Activity Leader positions; trains and educates workers concerning City and departmental policies and procedures; supervises and administers program activities on playground campus site for 100 participants.Performs child supervision duties for both on and off campus activities; administers first aid; enforces safety rules; fills out necessary forms and paperwork; and performs safety inspections daily.Encourages participation in activities, ensures children are always accounted for, and adheres to safety policies and procedures including pickup and drop off of children. Organize and supervise recreational program activities on playground campus sites and offsite including structured activities; bowling, swimming, movies, and special field trips including transporting kids by bus.Maintains campus site area; cleans floors, picks up trash; cleans bathrooms and performs other janitorial work as needed.Miscellaneous: performs parent-child counseling when necessary. DECISION MAKING Must be able to perform duties safely and apply policies and procedures appropriately. Supervise children at all times. Must be able to facilitate and supervise an atmosphere that encourages challenge, learning, and growth. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS (Salary is dependent upon qualifications) MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS High school diploma or equivalent. 2 years related experience required Valid Texas Driver's License with acceptable driving record. Ability to learn and administer first aid Required to do some community outreach Required to work a full 9 weeks with the program. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS Extensive experience working with children is preferred. CORE COMPETENCIES AND PHYSICAL DEMANDS CORE COMPETENCIES Must be able to read city and departmental policies, procedure manuals and memos. Writing skills are necessary to prepare reports, activity logs, safety inspection forms and accident reports. Effective verbal and written communication skills are required; must be able to maintain positive working relationships with site personnel, supervisors, program participants, and parents. PHYSICAL DEMANDS AND WORKING CONDITIONS Physical requirements include working outdoors in extreme heat, humidity and wind. Occasionally exposed to pool chemicals, slippery surfaces, and noise around crowds and whistles. Subject to standing, sitting, hearing, talking, vision, lifting up to 20 lbs., pushing, pulling, handling, fine dexterity, crouching, banding, twisting, climbing, balancing and reaching. Work hours 7:15am-5:30pm, Monday-Friday The City of San Marcos offers its employees a broad range of benefits to enhance their personal and occupational lives. We are committed to a total rewards strategy that provides employees with competitive compensation, comprehensive benefits, and an environment that supports a healthy work/life balance. View Our Benefits Guide. BENEFITS Retirement Public Agency Retirement Services (PARS) - Individual trust replacing Social Security Mission Square Retirement Corporation - optional 457-deferred compensation plan & Roth IRA ADDITIONAL BENEFITS Employee Assistance Program Activity Center Membership Direct Deposit Closing Date/Time: Continuous
San Marcos, TX San Marcos, Texas, United States
Jan 26, 2023
Temporary
JOB SUMMARY JOB SUMMARY The City of San Marcos is looking for an energetic and organized individual to staff our Discovery Camp. The camp provides area children, ages 5 thru 10, with a fun and educational filled summer that includes games, activities, science experiments, crafts, and field trips! This is temporary employment. The position begins June 6, 2023 for staff training, and Discovery Camp begins June 12, 2023. Camps run for 9 weeks - ending on August 4,2023. The Site Supervisor reports to the Youth Services Coordinator. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND DECISION MAKING ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Organize and supervise educational and recreational program activities; provides supervision for children and staff at program sites and on field trips including transporting kids by bus. Encourages participation in activities, ensures children are always accounted for, and adheres to safety policies and procedures including pickup and drop off of children. Clean up during program hours as required for all programs (janitorial is contracted and is not available during the day). Schedules daily and weekly camp educational lesson plans: crafts, games, and onsite and offsite activities. Assists in coordinating and administering the City’s Discovery Camp Program. Participates in monitoring and organizing camp activities; prepares program records and documentation; and performs other related duties. Supervises three Activity Leaders. Communicates any concerns or information to the Youth Services Coordinator. DECISION MAKING Must be able to perform duties safely and apply policies and procedures appropriately. Supervise children at all times. Must be able to facilitate and supervise an atmosphere that encourages challenge, learning, and growth. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS (Salary is dependent upon qualifications) MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS High School Diploma and some college credit hours in natural sciences, science/elementary education, recreation administration, or related field is preferred. CPR/First Aid Certification is required during week of training- administered by COSM. Two (2) years related experience required Valid Texas Driver's License with acceptable driving record. Required to work a full 9 weeks with the program. CORE COMPETENCIES AND PHYSICAL DEMANDS CORE COMPETENCIES Must be able to read city and departmental policies, procedure manuals and memos. Writing skills are necessary to prepare reports, activity logs, safety inspection forms and accident reports. Effective verbal and written communication skills are required; must be able to maintain positive working relationships with site personnel, supervisors, program participants, and parents. PHYSICAL DEMANDS AND WORKING CONDITIONS Physical requirements include lifting up to 30 pounds occasionally. Subject to standing, sitting, walking, vision, hearing and talking frequently; lifting, carrying, pushing/pulling, reaching, handling, fine dexterity, kneeling, crouching, crawling, bending, twisting, climbing and balancing occasionally. Working conditions involve indoor and outdoor work, in the heat, sun, high humidity and wind; occasionally exposed to swimming pool chemicals, slippery surfaces; noise around crowds and whistles. Safety Sensitive Position. The City of San Marcos offers its employees a broad range of benefits to enhance their personal and occupational lives. We are committed to a total rewards strategy that provides employees with competitive compensation, comprehensive benefits, and an environment that supports a healthy work/life balance. View Our Benefits Guide. BENEFITS Retirement Public Agency Retirement Services (PARS) - Individual trust replacing Social Security Mission Square Retirement Corporation - optional 457-deferred compensation plan & Roth IRA ADDITIONAL BENEFITS Employee Assistance Program Activity Center Membership Direct Deposit Closing Date/Time: Continuous
San Marcos, TX San Marcos, Texas, United States
Jan 26, 2023
Temporary
JOB SUMMARY JOB SUMMARY Supervises aquatic program; supervises lifeguard personnel. Given special duties to manage day to day operations of pool. Duties may include supervision of parties; supervision of swimming lessons; maintain pool (cleaning and handling chemicals). ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND DECISION MAKING ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Assists the Aquatics Supervisor with the supervision of summer lifeguard employees about water safety, City policies and regulations. Assists with the administration of swimming pool programs including swimming lessons, pool parties, and other activities. Helps set up and prepare area during special events. Maintains pool and pool area including mechanical equipment, decks, and bathrooms. Conducts routine tests such as chemical levels; vacuums pool; backwashes; uses net to clean water surface; and picks up trash. Keeps log of test results and attends related training sessions as necessary. Performs routine paperwork and maintains program files; keeps records of swimming lesson certificates; communicates needs of facility to Aquatic Supervisor; and compiles reports as needed. Miscellaneous: Communicates with the public, explains policies and identifies potentially dangerous behaviors. DECISION MAKING Uses judgment to coordinate activities and to act appropriately in emergency situations. Assists in supervising pool staff; assigns duties, trains and in evaluating work performance. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS (Salary is dependent upon qualifications) MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS One (1) season of pool management experience and two seasons of lifeguard/swim instructor experience is required. Valid Driver's License with an acceptable driving record required. Must be 17 years old. Must have an American Red Cross Lifeguarding Certification or be able to obtain the certification before start of summer season. (ARCL Certification class will be offered by City of San Marcos) PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS Red Cross Water Safety Instructor (WSI) certification preferred. CORE COMPETENCIES AND PHYSICAL DEMANDS JOB DIMENSIONS Effective oral communication skills are required. Extensive contact with the public, must be able to interact in a courteous and professional manner. Basic calculations to balance cash receipts, measure chemicals, and check test results. PHYSICAL DEMANDS AND WORKING CONDITIONS Physical requirements include working outdoors in heat, humidity and wind. Exposed to chlorine, muriatic acid and other pool chemicals. Navigates slippery surfaces; exposed to noise from crowds, whistles and pump room. Subject to standing, sitting, vision, hearing, talking, lifting, carrying, pushing, pulling reaching, handling, kneeling, crouching, bending, twisting, climbing, balancing, handling, foot controls, fine dexterity. Lift over 50lbs rarely. Must be able to complete Red Cross swimming requirements. The City of San Marcos offers its employees a broad range of benefits to enhance their personal and occupational lives. We are committed to a total rewards strategy that provides employees with competitive compensation, comprehensive benefits, and an environment that supports a healthy work/life balance. View Our Benefits Guide. BENEFITS Retirement Public Agency Retirement Services (PARS) - Individual trust replacing Social Security Mission Square Retirement Corporation - optional 457-deferred compensation plan & Roth IRA ADDITIONAL BENEFITS Employee Assistance Program Activity Center Membership Direct Deposit Closing Date/Time: Continuous
San Marcos, TX San Marcos, Texas, United States
Jan 25, 2023
Temporary
JOB SUMMARY The City of San Marcos is looking for energetic individuals to staff our Summer Fun Program. The program provides area children, ages 7 thru 13, with a fun-filled summer that includes games, activities and field trips! This is a temporary employment. The program runs for 8 weeks. The program begins on June 13,2022 and runs for 8 weeks, until August 5, 2022. There will also be 1 week for training totaling 9 weeks. An exit interview may be required at close of program. The Summer Fun Assistant Program Coordinator provides assistance in coordinating and administering the City's Summer Fun Youth Program; participates in organizing and monitoring program activities; conducts counseling sessions; prepares program records and documentation; and performs other related duties. The City of San Marcos is looking for energetic individuals to staff our Summer Fun Program. The program provides area children, ages 7 thru 14, with a fun-filled summer that includes games, activities and field trips! This is a temporary employment. The program runs for 8 weeks. There will also be 1 week for training and 1 week for in service- totaling 10 weeks. An exit interview with Youth Services Manager may be required at close of program. The Summer Fun Assistant Program Coordinator provides assistance in coordinating and administering the City's Summer Fun Youth Program; participates in organizing and monitoring program activities; conducts counseling sessions; prepares program records and documentation; and performs other related duties. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND DECISION MAKING Essential Functions Assists with the supervision and training of approximately 17 summer workers about City and Parks and Recreation policies and procedures; assists with the management and administration of the Summer Fun Program.Schedules arts and crafts classes at playground sites and orders supplies and equipment.Assists in preparing and scheduling on and off campus site activities for approximately 150 school age children at 2 sites.Drives to each activity site to supervise and train employees; monitors program activities and responds to on-call situations; schedule bus transportation to all off campus activities.Other Miscellaneous Duties: Occasional parent and child counseling. Decision Making Assist with the training and monitoring of approximately 17 temporary employees. Planning ability; ability to assign appropriate summer personnel for various program activities. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS (Salary is dependent upon qualifications) Minimum Requirements An Associate’s Degree in Education, Recreation Administration, or related field is preferred. A combination of experience and education may be considered. Minimum of one-year supervisory experience working with children in a recreation and/or educational setting is required. Valid Texas Driver's License with acceptable driving record. CPR/First Aid Certification is required during week of training- administered by COSM Required to work a full 10 weeks with the program. Preferred Qualifications Previous experience working with young children is preferred. CORE COMPETENCIES AND PHYSICAL DEMANDS Core Competencies Good communication skills needed to deal with staff members, handle public concerns regarding the Summer Fun Program; and to conduct child and parent counseling. Ability to deal effectively with several problems at one time; deal appropriately with several individuals in solving problems; analyze various types of data and reach conclusions. Basic calculations for review of enrollment controls. Physical Demands and Working Conditions Physical requirements include working outdoors in extreme heat, humidity and wind. Occasionally exposed to pool chemicals, slippery surfaces, and noise around crowds and whistles. Subject to standing, sitting, hearing, talking, vision, lifting up to 20 lbs., pushing, pulling, handling, fine dexterity, foot controls, crouching, banding, twisting, climbing, balancing and reaching. Work Hours 7:30am-5:30pm, Mon-Fri May be required to work overtime FLSA Status Non-Exempt The City of San Marcos offers its employees a broad range of benefits to enhance their personal and occupational lives. We are committed to a total rewards strategy that provides employees with competitive compensation, comprehensive benefits, and an environment that supports a healthy work/life balance. View Our Benefits Guide. BENEFITS Retirement Public Agency Retirement Services (PARS) - Individual trust replacing Social Security Mission Square Retirement Corporation - optional 457-deferred compensation plan & Roth IRA ADDITIONAL BENEFITS Employee Assistance Program Activity Center Membership Direct Deposit Closing Date/Time: Continuous
San Marcos, TX San Marcos, Texas, United States
Jan 25, 2023
Temporary
JOB SUMMARY JOB SUMMARY The City of San Marcos is looking for energetic individuals to staff our Summer Fun Program. The program provides area children, ages 7 thru 13, with a fun-filled summer that includes games, activities, and field trips! This is a temporary employment. The program begins on June 12,2023 and runs for 8 weeks, until August 4, 2023. There will also be 1 week for training totaling 9 weeks. An exit interview may be required at close of program. Training begins June 5, 2023. The Summer Fun Program Coordinator reports to the Youth Services Coordinator. The Summer Fun Program Coordinator plans, coordinates and administers the City’s Summer Fun Camp Program; organizes and monitors program activities; conducts counseling sessions; prepares and maintains program records; and supervises assigned personnel. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND DECISION MAKING ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Supervises Assistant Site Supervisor and Activity Leader positions; trains and educates workers concerning City and departmental policies and procedures; supervises and administers program activities on playground campus site for approximately 150 participants.Supervises and trains approximately 17 summer workers about City and Parks and Recreation policies and procedures; manages and administers the Summer Fun Program.Prepares and schedules on and off campus site activities for approximately 150school aged children at 2 sites.Drives to each activity site to supervise and train employees; oversees, administers, and monitors program activities. Maintains program documentation and responds to "on-call" situations.On-call 24 hours for any problem or situation which may arise which involves the Summer Fun Recreation program and activities.Other Miscellaneous Duties: Parent and child counseling. DECISION MAKING Trains and monitors approximately six temporary employees. Planning ability; ability to assign appropriate summer personnel for various program activities. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS (Salary is dependent upon qualifications) MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS An Associate’s Degree in Education, Recreation Administration, or related field is preferred. A combination of experience and education may be considered. 1+ years supervisory experience working with children in recreation and/or education setting is required. Valid Texas Driver's License with acceptable driving record. CPR Certification is required during week of training- administered by COSM Required to work a full 10 weeks with the program. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS Extensive experience working with children is preferred. CORE COMPETENCIES AND PHYSICAL DEMANDS JOB DIMENSIONS Effective communication skills needed to deal with staff members; handling public concerns regarding the Summer Fun Program; child and parent counseling. Ability to deal effectively with several problems at one time; deal appropriately with several individuals in solving problems; analyze various types of data and reach conclusions. Basic calculations for review of enrollment controls. PHYSICAL DEMANDS AND WORKING CONDITIONS Physical requirements include working outdoors in extreme heat, humidity and wind. Occasionally exposed to pool chemicals, slippery surfaces, and noise around crowds and whistles. Subject to standing, sitting, hearing, talking, vision, lifting up to 20 lbs., pushing, pulling, handling, fine dexterity, foot controls, crouching, banding, twisting, climbing, balancing and reaching. Should we add something about COVID within description? I’m sure HR has specific verbiage that can be used. The City of San Marcos offers its employees a broad range of benefits to enhance their personal and occupational lives. We are committed to a total rewards strategy that provides employees with competitive compensation, comprehensive benefits, and an environment that supports a healthy work/life balance. View Our Benefits Guide. BENEFITS Retirement Public Agency Retirement Services (PARS) - Individual trust replacing Social Security Mission Square Retirement Corporation - optional 457-deferred compensation plan & Roth IRA ADDITIONAL BENEFITS Employee Assistance Program Activity Center Membership Direct Deposit Closing Date/Time: Continuous
San Marcos, TX San Marcos, Texas, United States
Jan 24, 2023
Full Time
JOB SUMMARY JOB SUMMARY Administer and direct functions and programs of a multi-disciplinary municipal parks and recreation system and provide executive-level assistance and policy analysis to the Department Director. Plan, direct, and manage the service operations, budgets and personnel of multiple divisions; work is performed with considerable independence and latitude to allow professional judgment to be exercised in providing leadership and making decisions. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND DECISION MAKING ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS 1. Assists the Director in managing the objectives, operations and direction for the assigned divisions within the context of strategic goals and objectives. 2. Assists the Director in developing and maintaining policies, procedures, and regulations pertaining to parks and recreation; ensures compliance with all Local, State and Federal regulations and laws governing department activities. 3. Manages and monitors a variety of operations to ensure organizational excellence through transparency, accountability, and effective communication at all levels to facilitate employee development and the successful implementation of City and departmental objectives. 4. Directs personnel and activities of one or more divisions related to recreational services and the operation of municipal parks and facilities; and determines goals, objectives, and resource requirements for activities within the division. 5. Develops and oversees the implementation of long-range goals and strategies addressing the need for recreation facilities and plans for the establishment of the facilities and assists the Director in preparing long-range planning and capital improvement plans. 6. Assists the Director in evaluating and improving existing programs and services for effectiveness and impact and modifies as necessary. Initiates new services and programs designed to meet customer and stakeholder needs. 7. Reviews diverse divisional programs to set and adjust priorities and policies. 8. Prepares and assists the Director administer operational budgets, forecasting department revenues and expenses, identifying resources to improve overall service delivery effectiveness, and oversees multiple funds including, but not limited to, capital improvement project funds. 9. Represents the department at City Council, citizens groups, and boards and commissions meetings and conferences as directed. Identifies and responds to community concerns consistent with established policies and ordinances. Assists the Director in administering and overseeing service contracts, use/management agreements, and other similar documents pertinent to the operation of a municipal park system. Prepares business planning reports, memoranda and correspondence on departmental policies and activities. DECISION MAKING · Knowledge of Parks and Recreation program planning and services. · General legal liabilities and responsibilities for recreation staff. · Knowledge of effective communication practices. · Knowledge of effective leadership practices and principles. · Demonstrate sound independent judgment and have the ability to provide solutions to project issues and job tasks. · Ability to build commitment in employees to carry out the vision of the City and Department. · Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships within the organization and foster a team building climate. · Manage assigned budget and departmental projects. · Hire, train, supervise and evaluate the performance of assigned personnel. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS (Salary is dependent upon qualifications) MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS * Bachelor's Degree in Parks and Recreation Management, Recreation and Resources Development, Public Administration, Business Administration, or related field is required. · Five (5) years’ experience in public parks and recreation programs or a related field is required. · Must possess a valid Texas Driver's License with an acceptable driving record. CORE COMPETENCIES AND PHYSICAL DEMANDS JOB DIMENSIONS · Must be able to interpret and apply local development codes, park ordinances, national park standards, playground standards, and sports rules; must have the ability to review/prepare departmental policies, budgets, project/program documents, correspondence, and administrative reports. · Effective verbal and written communication skills are required; must demonstrate effective negotiation skills; must be able to maintain positive working relationships with City officials and departments, outside agencies, community organizations, local businesses, and the general public. PHYSICAL DEMANDS AND WORKING CONDITIONS Physical requirements include lifting up to 25 pounds occasionally. Subject to handling, fine dexterity, vision, hearing and talking frequently; standing, sitting, walking, lifting, carrying, pushing/pulling, balancing and foot controls occasionally; reaching, kneeling, crouching, crawling, bending, twisting and climbing rarely. Working conditions involve exposure to variable and/or extreme weather conditions, dangerous machinery, infectious diseases, and hazardous chemicals. Work Hours 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., M - F The City of San Marcos offers its employees a broad range of benefits to enhance their personal and occupational lives. We are committed to a total rewards strategy that provides employees with competitive compensation, comprehensive benefits, and an environment that supports a healthy work/life balance. View Our Benefits Guide. BENEFITS Medical, Dental & Vision Coverage United Healthcare Choice Plus PPO Plan Prescription Drug Plan Wellness Initiatives Virtual Doctor Visits 24/7 Dental Plan Davis Vision Insurance Base Vision Plan Premium Vision Plan Laser Vision Correction discounts Retirement Texas Municipal Retirement System (TMRS) Mission Square Retirement Corporation - optional 457-deferred compensation plan & Roth IRA ADDITIONAL BENEFITS Flexible Spending Accounts City paid Life and AD&D Insurance Voluntary Life, AD&D and Long Term Disability insurance Employee Assistance Program Vacation Sick Leave Holidays Longevity Pay Tuition Reimbursement Activity Center Membership Direct Deposit The City of San Marcos strives to provide employees with an opportunity for a flexible and positive work/life balance. Employees in eligible positions are offered remote telework options of up to two days per week or 40% of an employee's scheduled work hours. Remote telework eligibility will be determined by department directors to ensure the City provides quality services. Closing Date/Time: 2/23/2023 11:59 PM Central
San Marcos, TX San Marcos, Texas, United States
Jan 24, 2023
Full Time
JOB SUMMARY JOB SUMMARY Under general direction, manage and develop effective strategic planning to assist with business recruitment, retention, and expansion to promote the local business community on a regional, national, and global scale. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND DECISION MAKING ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Serve as the City’s agent, in conjunction with Greater San Marcos Partnership (GSMP), to administer the City’s Economic Development Policy through the attraction of new business, retention and growth of existing businesses, economic diversification, workforce development and entrepreneurship support. Implement a multi-faceted incentive policy that seeks best projects that meet City economic development goals and community values. Conduct research on company background, financial cost benefit analysis and return on investment for candidate projects. Facilitate contract/agreement negotiations and development entitlement process coordinating with City staff from various departments Focus on target industries; Aerospace, Aviation, Security and Defense, Business Services and Support, Material Science, Information Technology, Life Sciences, Regional Distribution, Destination Attractions, and other priority areas determined by the City Council. Partner with GSMP on the Five (5) Year Economic Development Strategy that includes marketing and promotion, workforce development, quality jobs and quality of place. Work with a Chapter 380 incentive tool by using a written agreement that rebates sales tax or property tax back to businesses based on a level of investment or a schedule of additional payroll/jobs from the City. Work with Opportunity Zones incentive tools established by Congress to encourage long-term investments in low-income urban and rural communicates nationwide, and which provide a tax incentive for investors to reinvest their unrealized capital gains into dedicated Opportunity Funds. Responsibilities for Business Development, Business Retention, Workforce Development, and Clearinghouse: Support local established existing businesses to be successful in our community. Administer new programs that would focus around long-standing or local legacy businesses. Augment GSMP business retention efforts to coordinate with available partners around employee recruitment, training, entrepreneurship, and other needs. Serve as City Liaison and clearing house for new startups wanting to establish their business in San Marcos and support them through the process. Work with GSMP, stakeholders, citizens, and community on Workforce Development issues and planning. Assist with the City’s Strategic Initiatives and other planning efforts regarding Workforce Development and work with partners and businesses to develop an action plan. Work with GSMP to help connect small businesses to resources, organize events toward entrepreneurship and recognition for their service to our community. Plan, coordinate and deliver assistance, information and services to assigned leads and prospects. Involves : Services and information include, but are not limited to, the following: marketing and community information, custom proposals, sites and facilities, special incentives, permitting, workforce development, briefings/orientation, site visits, VIP introductions, regional ally support/referral, press releases, ground breaking/open houses, and other assistance necessary to recruit and retain companies. Coordination with other departments and external organization as appropriate. Identify actions necessary to cultivate an industry cluster and diversified economic base for San Marcos. Develop considerable knowledge in City policies, programs, and objectives as needed. Involves: Foster relationships with internal partners; know the subject matter experts in our organization to include staff in the Planning and Development Services and Engineering Departments. Develop considerable knowledge in policies and programs regarding the planning, permit and inspection process, and the fast-track program in place. Continue to enhance the economic development toolbox with available resources. Identify opportunities for improvement and recommend improvement systems and standard operating procedures to enhance operations and service delivery. Represent the department: Represent the department at meetings and discussions concerning the role of the City in economic development initiatives. Cultivate and maintain an effective working relationship with key external partners, agencies, real estate professionals, other Economic Development stakeholders, and others as required. Create a program to communicate the City's business retention and expansion initiatives and work in conjunction with other regional stakeholders to coordinate regional scale business community events. Respond to requests for information from Economic Development stakeholders with respect to Economic Development programs. Attend seminars and programs related to business retention and expansion efforts; prepare and give presentations to business organizations on local economic development efforts; participate in a variety of projects in support of the city and the department. Serve as a strong ambassador for our community. A problem solver/protector, use creative or innovative techniques in economic development recruitment, rotation or expansion. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS (Salary is dependent upon qualifications) MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS Bachelor's degree or higher in Business, Public Administration, Economics or Finance. Five (5) years of experience in economic or business development program administration or creation. Prefer Economic Development Certification or ability to obtain within three (3) years of hire. Licenses and Certificates: Texas Class "C" Driver's License or ability to obtain one within 30 days of employment. CORE COMPETENCIES AND PHYSICAL DEMANDS PHYSICAL DEMANDS AND WORKING CONDITIONS: Physical requirements include lifting up to 30 pounds occasionally; visual acuity, speech and hearing; hand and eye coordination and manual dexterity necessary to operate a computer keyboard and basic office equipment. Working conditions are primarily inside an office environment with occasional sitework on uneven surfaces. The City of San Marcos offers its employees a broad range of benefits to enhance their personal and occupational lives. We are committed to a total rewards strategy that provides employees with competitive compensation, comprehensive benefits, and an environment that supports a healthy work/life balance. View Our Benefits Guide. BENEFITS Medical, Dental & Vision Coverage United Healthcare Choice Plus PPO Plan Prescription Drug Plan Wellness Initiatives Virtual Doctor Visits 24/7 Dental Plan Davis Vision Insurance Base Vision Plan Premium Vision Plan Laser Vision Correction discounts Retirement Texas Municipal Retirement System (TMRS) Mission Square Retirement Corporation - optional 457-deferred compensation plan & Roth IRA ADDITIONAL BENEFITS Flexible Spending Accounts City paid Life and AD&D Insurance Voluntary Life, AD&D and Long Term Disability insurance Employee Assistance Program Vacation Sick Leave Holidays Longevity Pay Tuition Reimbursement Activity Center Membership Direct Deposit The City of San Marcos strives to provide employees with an opportunity for a flexible and positive work/life balance. Employees in eligible positions are offered remote telework options of up to two days per week or 40% of an employee's scheduled work hours. Remote telework eligibility will be determined by department directors to ensure the City provides quality services. Closing Date/Time: 1/30/2023 12:00 AM Central
San Marcos, TX San Marcos, Texas, United States
Jan 21, 2023
Full Time
JOB SUMMARY Job Summary Performs skilled and specialized purchasing functions and contract administration. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND DECISION MAKING Essential Functions Develops and administers formal and informal bid documents for goods and services: Provides guidance and assistance in preparing scopes and/or specifications. Issues solicitations, conducts bid openings, and assists vendors. Assists in analyzing bids, verifies vendor status, and recommends contracts for award and execution. Provides departments with guidance and direction regarding contract administration. Monitors vendor performance and contract compliance. Monitors contract terms and prepares contract modifications. Maintains purchasing records and files. Updates electronic contract management system (Tyler-Munis) and maintains purchasing and contracting records. Prepares documentation for City Council action. Applies Federal, State, and Local public procurement rules and regulations 2. Reviews purchase orders for compliance with Purchasing Policy: Conducts research on purchasing trends, cost savings, and recommends purchasing methods. 3. Oversees City auction items, manages sale, and maintains records: Coordinates collection of surplus property and equipment and manages auctions. 4. Assists with administering the City purchase card (P-Card) and travel card programs by administering training, issuing cards, and monitoring program compliance. 5. Assists the Purchasing Manager and other purchasing and contracting staff and performs other related procurement and contracting functions. Decision Making Determination of best and most appropriate procurement method. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS (Salary is dependent upon qualifications) MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS Bachelor's degree in a closely related field is required. Commensurate combination of education and experience may be considered. Four (4) years additional progressively responsible related experience may be substituted for a degree. Procurement certification is desired such as Certified Professional Public Buyer (CPPB), Certified Texas Contract Manager (CTCM), and Certified Texas Contract Developer (CTCD) and is required within two (2) years of employment. Microsoft Office experience to include Excel, Word, Power Point, and Adobe Professional Must possess a valid Texas Driver's License with an acceptable driving record. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS Two (2) years progressively responsible purchasing experience is desirable. Procurement certification is desired such as Certified Professional Public Buyer (CPPB), Certified Texas Contract Manager (CTCM), and Certified Texas Contract Developer (CTCD). Experience in state and municipal procurement and contract law. CORE COMPETENCIES AND PHYSICAL DEMANDS CORE COMPETENCIES Must have the ability to interpret and apply purchasing policies, procedures, regulations, insurance and bond requirements; must be able to prepare, review, and analyze various types of procurement documents. Effective verbal and written communication skills are required; must have the ability to deliver public presentations; must be able to maintain positive working relationships with City departments and personnel, vendors, suppliers, contractors, bidders, and the general public. PHYSICAL DEMANDS AND WORKING CONDITIONS Physical requirements include lifting up to 35 pounds rarely. Subject to vision constantly; sitting, handling, fine dexterity, hearing and talking frequently; standing, walking, lifting, carrying, pushing/pulling, reaching, balancing and foot controls occasionally; kneeling, crouching, bending, twisting and climbing rarely Working conditions involve occasional exposure to variable and/or extreme weather conditions. Work Hours: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., M- F FLSA Status: Non-Exempt The City of San Marcos offers its employees a broad range of benefits to enhance their personal and occupational lives. We are committed to a total rewards strategy that provides employees with competitive compensation, comprehensive benefits, and an environment that supports a healthy work/life balance. BENEFITS Medical, Dental & Vision Coverage United Healthcare Choice Plus PPO Plan Prescription Drug Plan Wellness Initiatives Virtual Doctor Visits 24/7 Dental Plan Davis Vision Insurance Base Vision Plan Premium Vision Plan Laser Vision Correction discounts Retirement Texas MunicipalRetirement System (TMRS) Mission Square Retirement Corporation - optional 457-deferred compensation plan & Roth IRA ADDITIONAL BENEFITS Flexible Spending Accounts City paid Life and AD&D Insurance Voluntary Life, AD&D and Long Term Disability insurance Employee Assistance Program Vacation Sick Leave Holidays Longevity Pay Tuition Reimbursement Activity Center Membership Direct Deposit The City of San Marcos strives to provide employees with an opportunity for a flexible and positive work/life balance. Employees in eligible positions are offered remote telework options of up to two days per week or 40% of an employee's scheduled work hours. Remote telework eligibility will be determined by department directors to ensure the City provides quality services. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
San Marcos, TX San Marcos, Texas, United States
Jan 21, 2023
Full Time
JOB SUMMARY JOB SUMMARY Serves as Lead Animal Shelter Technician and assists in cleaning and maintaining animal shelter facilities; provides for the health and care of animals; assists the public with reclaims, adoptions and/or other animal related matters; conducts routine clerical work; assists the veterinary services staff with routine procedures and performs other duties as required. Supervises and trains part-time shelter technicians and volunteers. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND DECISION MAKING ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Provides for the health and care, feeding, watering, and bathing of animals; assists veterinary staff with routine medical procedures, preventative care and surgery preparation: administers medications, treatments, vaccinations, performs basic diagnostic tests and procedures, monitors and reports animal health to veterinary services. Supervises, trains, provides guidance and assistance to assigned personnel, volunteers and CSRs. Cleans, disinfects, and maintains animal kennels, cages, and related equipment; washes bowls, utensils, and laundry. Ensures all areas are stocked daily with needed supplies. Assists the public with animal interactions, adoptions, lost pets, reclaims and all other animal matters; processes adoption, reclaim and transfer paperwork; keeps daily inventory of animals, performs correspondence for lost/found pets, document records, performs detailed clerical tasks. Strong customer services skills are required. DECISION MAKING Reviewing, approving, processing adoptions, receive and return animals from/to owners, ability to recognize animal behavior and health concerns and report accordingly, ability to understand/ accept shelter procedures, ability to determine animal characteristics, gender and breed identification. Supervising part-time Shelter Technicians during daily cleaning and daily shelter operations, overseeing accurate procedures are communicated and followed by team members, volunteers and CSRs. Reporting and communicating needs to peers, supervisors and management. Working with the public supporting adoptions, returns, intake; use of good judgment in difficult situations and those that fall outside normal procedures. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS (Salary is dependent upon qualifications) MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS High School Diploma or equivalent is required. A minimum of two (2) years work experience in animal care or a related field and in a team environment, including the supervision of others. A minimum of one (1) year of directly related customer service. Computer Skills - ability to learn shelter database, accurately update and maintain records. Working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite. Basic Animal Control Officer and Euthanasia Technician certifications are required within six (6) month of employment. Maintain required CE hours applicable to animal sheltering/control. CORE COMPETENCIES AND PHYSICAL DEMANDS JOB DIMENSIONS Forms, vet records, computer data, adoption applications, reclaim/transfer documents. Record keeping, receipts. Money handling, move date calculation, maintain confidential information Interacts, communicates, and provides assistance to the public regarding a variety of animal control matters; must be able to maintain positive working relationships with outside agencies, community partners, volunteers, general public, coworkers and all other city employees. Excellent communication skills needed to handle frequent citizen contact. Must accurately articulate procedures, processes, and regulations to employees and patrons. Ability to handle irate or distressed patrons in a calming and productive manner. Frequently deals with the public; communicates in person and over the telephone; provides information; explains animals control ordinances; obtains information concerning bites; handles irate or distressed citizens in a calm and effective manner. Assists people in the community in a professional, positive, friendly and helpful manner regarding pets at large, lost pets, and complaints that promotes productive resolutions. PHYSICAL DEMANDS AND WORKING CONDITIONS Physical requirements include lifting up to 50 pounds occasionally. Subject to standing, walking and vision constantly; sitting, walking, lifting, carrying, pushing/pulling, reaching, handling, fine dexterity, kneeling, crouching, bending, twisting, climbing, balancing, hearing and talking frequently; crawling often. Working conditions involves exposure to aggressive animals, zoonotic diseases, loud noises, hazardous chemicals, odors, hot water, and extreme weather conditions. Possible rabies exposure (pre-exposure vaccines & booster offered at city’s expense). Protective Equipment: Gloves (latex, leather, or cloth), rubber boots, ear plugs or muffs, eye protection, animal handling equipment. Work Hours Flexible hours - FT, 7 days/week, including weekends, holidays and emergencies FLSA Status Non-Exempt The City of San Marcos offers its employees a broad range of benefits to enhance their personal and occupational lives. We are committed to a total rewards strategy that provides employees with competitive compensation, comprehensive benefits, and an environment that supports a healthy work/life balance. BENEFITS Medical, Dental & Vision Coverage United Healthcare Choice Plus PPO Plan Prescription Drug Plan Wellness Initiatives Virtual Doctor Visits 24/7 Dental Plan Davis Vision Insurance Base Vision Plan Premium Vision Plan Laser Vision Correction discounts Retirement Texas MunicipalRetirement System (TMRS) Mission Square Retirement Corporation - optional 457-deferred compensation plan & Roth IRA ADDITIONAL BENEFITS Flexible Spending Accounts City paid Life and AD&D Insurance Voluntary Life, AD&D and Long Term Disability insurance Employee Assistance Program Vacation Sick Leave Holidays Longevity Pay Tuition Reimbursement Activity Center Membership Direct Deposit The City of San Marcos strives to provide employees with an opportunity for a flexible and positive work/life balance. Employees in eligible positions are offered remote telework options of up to two days per week or 40% of an employee's scheduled work hours. Remote telework eligibility will be determined by department directors to ensure the City provides quality services. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
San Marcos, TX San Marcos, Texas, United States
Jan 14, 2023
Full Time
JOB SUMMARY JOB SUMMARY Administers procurement and financial services for the Parks and Recreation Department; Maintains records and assists with coordination of department capital improvement/CIP projects; assures expenditures align with annual budget, and coordinates with grants division to seek and apply for grant funding. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND DECISION MAKING ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Assists the Director with development of all division budgets for the Parks and Recreation Department including capital outlay/CIP. Monitors departmental expenditures align with approved budget and assist with the administration of financial operations of the Parks and Recreation Department.Assists in managing major/minor building construction and remodeling/renovation projects including obtaining bids, purchase orders or other procurement documents.Performs routine finance duties using the City’s Enterprise system (currently Tyler Munis): Processes payments and check requests Works with the Finance and Purchasing departments to ensure accounts and project strings are properly funded within Tyler Munis, or similar, application software. Administers grant funding to ensure compliance with grant regulations or requirements Provides Tyler Munis training and support for departmental staff. 4. Administers and maintains various Parks and Recreation Department contracts; coordinates with the Purchasing Department regarding the renewal of contracts; obtains quotes from service providers. 5. Manages and upholds lease agreements of City facilities within or upon dedicated park property following City Council approval. 6. Attends various types of committees, board or city council meetings as needed. 7. Miscellaneous: Assists the Recreation Programs Manager with Active Net or similar program administration to ensure proper accounting for various program revenue sources Performs other related duties as assigned or required. DECISION MAKING This position works under general supervision of the director. Requires the ability to work independently. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS (Salary is dependent upon qualifications) MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS Associate degree or equivalent education is required. Additional commensurate experience may substitute for education. Three to five (3-5) years’ experiences with purchasing, financial, and accounting management is required. Experience with Tyler Munis Software (or other enterprise application software) is preferred. Expertise in Microsoft Office products (Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint) and Adobe Professional is required. Must possess a valid Texas Driver’s License with an acceptable driving record. The City of San Marcos offers its employees a broad range of benefits to enhance their personal and occupational lives. We are committed to a total rewards strategy that provides employees with competitive compensation, comprehensive benefits, and an environment that supports a healthy work/life balance. View Our Benefits Guide. BENEFITS Medical, Dental & Vision Coverage United Healthcare Choice Plus PPO Plan Prescription Drug Plan Wellness Initiatives Virtual Doctor Visits 24/7 Dental Plan Davis Vision Insurance Base Vision Plan Premium Vision Plan Laser Vision Correction discounts Retirement Texas Municipal Retirement System (TMRS) Mission Square Retirement Corporation - optional 457-deferred compensation plan & Roth IRA ADDITIONAL BENEFITS Flexible Spending Accounts City paid Life and AD&D Insurance Voluntary Life, AD&D and Long Term Disability insurance Employee Assistance Program Vacation Sick Leave Holidays Longevity Pay Tuition Reimbursement Activity Center Membership Direct Deposit The City of San Marcos strives to provide employees with an opportunity for a flexible and positive work/life balance. Employees in eligible positions are offered remote telework options of up to two days per week or 40% of an employee's scheduled work hours. Remote telework eligibility will be determined by department directors to ensure the City provides quality services. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
San Marcos, TX San Marcos, Texas, United States
Jan 14, 2023
Full Time
JOB SUMMARY The City offers a Lateral Entry Program. Eligible TCOLE certified candidates may be placed up to $32.47/hr. Hiring Incentive: Officers hired from this list will be eligible for a $5,000 hiring incentive with $2,500 at hire and $2,500 upon successful completion of training. Physical Fitness Assessment: Candidates should be prepared to take the Physical Fitness Assessment: Click here for additional information on Physical Fitness Assessment. Applicants will be required to submit a Personal History Statement and required supporting documents i.e. high school transcripts, college transcripts, training documents to the San Marcos Police Department electronically to: SMPD-recruiting@sanmarcostx.gov. You will not be required to submit your Personal History Statement if you do not pass the physical fitness assessment. Due to the requirements in the Personal History Statement, please begin collecting the needed documents and information ASAP. If you have additional questions, call 512.393.8063 or 512.393.8000 for a Human Resources representative to assist you. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND DECISION MAKING ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND DECISION MAKING: Essential Functions Participates in crime prevention activities, the arrest, apprehension and prosecution of offenders, recovery of stolen and missing property, assistance to the sick and injured, enforcement of non-criminal regulations, and delivery of services not available elsewhere in the community. Prepares and maintains work schedules; monitors and ensures appropriate levels of staff coverage. Effectively manages time and prioritizes efforts. Utilizes discretion in selecting which of several options is the best solution to the problem at hand. Handles situations appropriately through effective communication, mediation, and interpersonal skills. Interacts with citizens and co-workers for input and feedback to meet specific goals and objectives. Follows protocol established by the Department. Prepares organized, detailed, and concise written documents and reports by hand and computer using proper grammar and spelling. Uses the computer to search databases and perform research. Miscellaneous: Performs functions and specialized skills based on assignment such as attending shift briefings, training on and off site. Appearing in court for testimony, attending meetings, working on projects, giving presentations and lectures. Decision Making Use of organizational skills and judgement to handle a variety of duties at once, determine those of most pressing nature, effectively manage time, and set priorities. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS (Salary is dependent upon qualifications) MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS (SALARY IS DEPENDENT UPON QUALIFICATIONS): Minimum Requirements High school diploma/graduate; or 12 semester hours credit from an accredited college or university and has passed a general educational development (GED) test indicating high school graduation level (Applicants with a GED must submit a certificate by the issuing agency (i.e.: Texas Education Agency)) Valid Texas Driver's License with acceptable driving record required. Age: Must be not more than 50 years of age at the time of hire. CORE COMPETENCIES AND PHYSICAL DEMANDS CORE COMPETENCIES AND PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Core Competencies Must be able to read and comprehend legal, administrative, and training literature, policies, procedures, training manuals, maps, incident and offense reports, court documents, subpoenas, intelligence reports, court documents, citations, memos, reports, forms, narratives, and diagrams. Must be able to write technical reports including details and observations of incidents, accidents, and offenses. Other documentation such as citations, forms, diagrams, memos, letters, general correspondence, affidavits, search warrants, and proposals. Clear sentence structure, accurate grammar, and spelling required for all documents. Must comprehend basic math including, addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, weights and measures, and percent calculation with regard to accident reconstruction. Must be able to reason and quickly analyze complex information in emergency or dangerous situations and make decisions of a life and death nature; Ability to mediate to resolve conflict; maintain self-discipline during stressful conditions; maintain concentration, and flexibility at scenes involving multiple suspects/situations. Ability to weigh options and select the best course of action. Must be able to communicate with individuals who may be irrational, irate, hysterical, aggressive, non-communicative, passive, injured, physically or mentally ill. Makes attempt to verbally calm others, explain laws, legal procedures and legal rights and processes to victims, suspects and citizens. Ability to interview and interrogate. Communicates with other officers, civilians, court officials, and other agencies. Effectively communicates with persons of diverse backgrounds and various conditions. Promotes a team-oriented work environment. Physical Demands and Working Conditions Works indoors and outdoors. Exposed to various climate conditions including extreme heat, cold, humidity, dust and precipitation for extended periods of time. May work outside for long periods of time on calls for service, at crime scenes, in follow-up investigations, and conducting or participating in training exercises. May be exposed to climate fluctuation from controlled/non-controlled (in/out of vehicle or building) and exposed to hazardous substances. Physical requirements include lifting up to 75 pounds occasionally. Subject to sitting, walking, lifting, carrying, handling, fine dexterity, vision, hearing talking foot controls, standing, pushing, pulling, reaching, smelling, running, kneeling, crouching, crawling, twisting, bending, climbing and balancing. Working conditions involve ability to drive sit for extended periods of time, patrol, participate in physical training exercises, walking frequently on asphalt and all types of surfaces and terrain, moving objects and equipment, restraining suspects, interacting with the general public, issuing citations, testifying in court, pull victims from accident scenes, perform traffic control, occasional exposure to variable and/or extreme weather conditions and infectious diseases. Safety Sensitive Position. Work Hours 40 hour work week, OT FLSA Status Non-Exempt The City of San Marcos offers its employees a broad range of benefits to enhance their personal and occupational lives. We are committed to a total rewards strategy that provides employees with competitive compensation, comprehensive benefits, and an environment that supports a healthy work/life balance. BENEFITS Medical, Dental & Vision Coverage United Healthcare Choice Plus PPO Plan Prescription Drug Plan Wellness Initiatives Virtual Doctor Visits 24/7 Dental Plan Davis Vision Insurance Base Vision Plan Premium Vision Plan Laser Vision Correction discounts Retirement Texas MunicipalRetirement System (TMRS) Mission Square Retirement Corporation - optional 457-deferred compensation plan & Roth IRA ADDITIONAL BENEFITS Flexible Spending Accounts City paid Life and AD&D Insurance Voluntary Life, AD&D and Long Term Disability insurance Employee Assistance Program Vacation Sick Leave Holidays Longevity Pay Tuition Reimbursement Activity Center Membership Direct Deposit The City of San Marcos strives to provide employees with an opportunity for a flexible and positive work/life balance. Employees in eligible positions are offered remote telework options of up to two days per week or 40% of an employee's scheduled work hours. Remote telework eligibility will be determined by department directors to ensure the City provides quality services. Closing Date/Time: 3/13/2023 11:59 PM Central
San Marcos, TX San Marcos, Texas, United States
Jan 13, 2023
Full Time
JOB SUMMARY Applicants must hold a current TCOLE Telecommunicators License , Texas Commission on Law Enforcement. Temporary TCOLE licenses will not be accepted for this posting. Those without a current TCOLE license are encouraged to apply when the non-certified 9-1-1 Telecommunicator position is posted in February. Applicants with a current TCOLE license will skip Criticall testing and move directly to interviews. Earliest possible start date for TCOLE licensed applicants is Monday March 20, 2023 Applicants with a current TCOLE license will receive a $5,000 hiring incentive Applicants with a year or more emergency telecommunicating or dispatching experience will have a higher starting rate based on years of experience: 1 year or more experience 3 years or more experience 5 years or more experience 10 years or more experience $24.00 + $25.00 + $26.00 + $27.00+ JOB SUMMARY Dispatches appropriate police, fire, and/or EMS personnel; processes emergency and non-emergency calls; provides information and assistance to callers; maintains communication with callers and response personnel; prepares and maintains emergency communication records; operates and maintains various types of communications equipment; access to state and federal law enforcement databases; coordinates and performs a variety of dispatch functions on behalf of the City's 911 Communications Center and performs other related duties. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND DECISION MAKING ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Answers, processes, documents, and prioritizes emergency and non-emergency calls for service from citizens, officers, local businesses, and other law enforcement agencies; obtains necessary information from callers in or to provide pre/post arrival instructions for medical, fire and police emergencies, such as but not limited to: CPR instructions, stroke diagnostics, escaping burning or flooding vehicles and structures, safety instructions for active shooter or crimes in progress. Dispatches appropriate police, fire, and/or EMS personnel; tracks the location and status of response units; maintains communication with field personnel; obtains and relays information including but not limited to incident locations, directions and caller/patient updates. Accesses and operates multiple confidential databases and programs. Processes officer requests for information including driver's license, license plate, and criminal history; enters lost/stolen property, missing persons, runaways, and protective orders; researches and confirms local, county, state and national warrants through multiple criminal justice databases that include but aren't limited to: Texas Crime Information Center (TCIC), National Crime Information Center (NCIC) and the National Law Enforcement Telecommunications System (NLETS). Maintains contact with City personnel and outside agencies during times of emergency; coordinates mutual aid to neighboring fire, EMS and law enforcement agencies. Updates and maintains contact information and lists for City departments, various police divisions and other local community emergency services Monitoring and operating multiple job-related software programs on various computers that include but are not limited to Computer Aided Dispatching (CAD), a multiline non-emergency and 9-1-1 phone system, communicating on a multichannel emergency radio system. Operates and assists in routine testing and maintenance of equipment including computers, radios and various communications devices; assists with routine maintenance and cleaning of the communications center including but not limited to: work stations, breakrooms, kitchen, storage rooms and common areas. Communicating clearly both verbally and in writing; utilizing maps and other resource materials; multi-tasking during high levels of activities; controlling stressful emergency situations calmly and concisely; acquiring and maintaining a working knowledge of city streets, geography, boundaries, thoroughfares, landmarks, businesses, and locations of police and fire stations and districts; entering, retrieving, and compiling data from a variety of databases. Skill in typing and using computer systems. DECISION MAKING This position works under general supervision. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS (Salary is dependent upon qualifications) MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS High School Diploma or equivalent is required. One (1) experience in either an emergency dispatch center or closely related experience in fields such as: customer service, call centers or fast paced work environments. Must pass a skills test including an acceptable working knowledge of computer operations, data entry with an emphasis on accuracy and speed; make and carry out decisions; competently perform under stress when confronted with emergency and critical situations; perform a variety of tasks, often changing quickly from one task to another without loss of efficiency and composure; work without constant direct supervision. Within one (1) year of employment must obtain TCOLE Telecommunicators License which requires a U.S Citizenship and the passing of the state licensing exam after mandatory courses have been completed. Mandatory courses include but aren't limited to: CPR, Basic Telecommunicators Certificate Course, Crisis Communications, TDD/TTY for Telecommunicators, Personnel Orientation and Telecommunications Field Training. All mandatory training is arranged and paid for by agency. Must show consistent progress through and complete all modules in allotted time frame of the San Marcos 9-1-1 Telecommunications Training program. Must possess a valid Driver's License with an acceptable driving record. Must be able to work under adverse conditions and during unusual hours including nights, weekends, holidays and scheduled/unscheduled overtime. Must be a U.S. citizen at time of hire PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS Spanish desirable CORE COMPETENCIES AND PHYSICAL DEMANDS JOB DIMENSIONS Able to work in a 24/7/365 emergency communications center; working during emergency events, holidays, nights, weekends, occasional overtime and must have flexibility in your schedule Must be able to read/comprehend emergency communications manuals, books, and records. Exceptional verbal and written communication skills are required; Must be able to interpret information given from citizens or responders quickly and translate effectively in emergency situations. Must be able to view, operate and manage multiple computer programs and emergency communications devices concurrently through multiple separate computers that is displayed across multi-tiered monitors. Must be able to maintain positive and professional working relationships with peers, personnel from other City departments, outside agencies, and the general public. PHYSICAL DEMANDS AND WORKING CONDITIONS Physical requirements include lifting up to 45 pounds rarely. Subject to sitting, handling, fine dexterity, vision and hearing constantly; reaching, crawling, bending and twisting occasionally; standing, walking, lifting, carrying, pushing/pulling, kneeling, crouching, climbing, balancing and foot controls rarely. Working conditions involve ability to sit for extended periods of time and work in closed quarters with infrequent break periods; occasional exposure to variable and/or extreme weather conditions and infectious diseases; 9-1-1 Telecommunicators are considered essential staff even in emergency situations. The City of San Marcos offers its employees a broad range of benefits to enhance their personal and occupational lives. We are committed to a total rewards strategy that provides employees with competitive compensation, comprehensive benefits, and an environment that supports a healthy work/life balance. BENEFITS Medical, Dental & Vision Coverage United Healthcare Choice Plus PPO Plan Prescription Drug Plan Wellness Initiatives Virtual Doctor Visits 24/7 Dental Plan Davis Vision Insurance Base Vision Plan Premium Vision Plan Laser Vision Correction discounts Retirement Texas MunicipalRetirement System (TMRS) Mission Square Retirement Corporation - optional 457-deferred compensation plan & Roth IRA ADDITIONAL BENEFITS Flexible Spending Accounts City paid Life and AD&D Insurance Voluntary Life, AD&D and Long Term Disability insurance Employee Assistance Program Vacation Sick Leave Holidays Longevity Pay Tuition Reimbursement Activity Center Membership Direct Deposit The City of San Marcos strives to provide employees with an opportunity for a flexible and positive work/life balance. Employees in eligible positions are offered remote telework options of up to two days per week or 40% of an employee's scheduled work hours. Remote telework eligibility will be determined by department directors to ensure the City provides quality services. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
San Marcos, TX San Marcos, Texas, United States
Jan 12, 2023
Full Time
JOB SUMMARY JOB SUMMARY Participates in maintaining the City's water/wastewater systems and related equipment; operates various types of maintenance equipment and tools; prepares maintenance records; assists other City departments; and performs other related duties. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND DECISION MAKING ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Repairs and maintains water & wastewater mains, service lines, fire hydrants, water meters, valves, manholes and cleanouts; installs new water/wastewater service lines; maintains chemical sites used to manage grease control; installs and maintains water meters and the Automated Metering Infrastructure; performs valve exercising, main flushing, and fire hydrant maintenance; performs CCTV video inspections of wastewater mains, manholes and service lines; utilizes Global Positioning Equipment (GPS) to provide updates to water and wastewater information. Performs work order data entry into computerized work order system.Operates and maintains assigned departmental vehicles, equipment, and tools.Provides assistance to other City departments as required.Miscellaneous: Works to acquire necessary licenses and certifications. DECISION MAKING This position works under general supervision. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS (Salary is dependent upon qualifications) MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS High School Diploma or equivalent is required. Class D Water or Class I Wastewater Collection certification is required within two (2) years of employment. Class I Wastewater Collection and Class C Water Distribution certifications are required within 4 years of employment. A Class “A” Commercial Driver’s License is required within six (6) months of employment. Must be able to respond within 1 hour for emergency calls. Must possess a valid Texas Driver’s License with an acceptable driving record. Required to perform after hours standby duties. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS One (1) year related maintenance/equipment operation experience is preferred. CORE COMPETENCIES AND PHYSICAL DEMANDS CORE COMPETENCIES Must be able to read/comprehend training/ repair manuals, quadrangle maps, and material safety data sheets. Effective verbal and written communication skills are required; must be able to maintain positive working relationships with City departments and personnel, contractors, vendors, and the general public. PHYSICAL DEMANDS AND WORKING CONDITIONS Physical requirements include lifting up to 80 pounds occasionally. Subject to vision and hearing constantly; standing, walking, lifting, carrying, pushing/pulling, reaching and handling frequently; sitting, fine dexterity, kneeling, crouching, crawling, bending, twisting, climbing, balancing, talking and foot controls occasionally. Working conditions involve occasional exposure to variable and/or extreme weather conditions, vehicle traffic, heavy equipment, open trenches, confined spaces, hazardous chemicals, and infectious diseases. Utilizes confined space equipment or other personal protective equipment as required. Safety Sensitive Position. Work Hours: 8 a.m.-5 p.m., M-F, on call FLSA Status: Non-Exempt The City of San Marcos offers its employees a broad range of benefits to enhance their personal and occupational lives. We are committed to a total rewards strategy that provides employees with competitive compensation, comprehensive benefits, and an environment that supports a healthy work/life balance. BENEFITS Medical, Dental & Vision Coverage United Healthcare Choice Plus PPO Plan Prescription Drug Plan Wellness Initiatives Virtual Doctor Visits 24/7 Dental Plan Davis Vision Insurance Base Vision Plan Premium Vision Plan Laser Vision Correction discounts Retirement Texas MunicipalRetirement System (TMRS) Mission Square Retirement Corporation - optional 457-deferred compensation plan & Roth IRA ADDITIONAL BENEFITS Flexible Spending Accounts City paid Life and AD&D Insurance Voluntary Life, AD&D and Long Term Disability insurance Employee Assistance Program Vacation Sick Leave Holidays Longevity Pay Tuition Reimbursement Activity Center Membership Direct Deposit The City of San Marcos strives to provide employees with an opportunity for a flexible and positive work/life balance. Employees in eligible positions are offered remote telework options of up to two days per week or 40% of an employee's scheduled work hours. Remote telework eligibility will be determined by department directors to ensure the City provides quality services. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
San Marcos, TX San Marcos, Texas, United States
Jan 12, 2023
Full Time
JOB SUMMARY JOB SUMMARY Coordinates, performs, and assists in supervising the maintenance and construction of the City's water/wastewater systems and related equipment; operates heavy equipment and maintains various types of maintenance equipment and tools; prepares and maintains departmental maintenance records; provides training and supervises the work activities of assigned personnel; and performs other related duties. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND DECISION MAKING ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Participates in maintaining the City's water distribution and wastewater collection systems: Installs and performs preventative maintenance to water/wastewater mains and services, wastewater taps, water meters, fire hydrants, wastewater service clean outs, and wastewater sample ports. Maintains chemical sites used to manage grease control. Utilizes Global Positioning System (GPS) to record the location of water/wastewater mains, vales, cleanouts, fire hydrants, meters, and meter boxes. Conducts wastewater main and service line inspections using closed circuit television equipment. Participates in the repair, testing, and replacement of water meters. Performs utility locates and all necessary tasks associated with utility locates. Operates and maintains work order and/or line locate request management systems. Provides training and supervises the activities of field crew personnel; assigns work duties; monitors the progress and quality of work performed; prepares and maintains crew work schedules. Performs data entry; updates and maintains departmental records and databases; inputs work order and field data information; captures data from monitors and inspections. Miscellaneous: Interacts and communicates with the public when conducting field work. Operates and maintains crew vehicles and equipment; conducts vehicle inspections. Attends and participates in meetings and training courses. Performs other related duties as assigned or required. DECISION MAKING Trains and supervises the work activities of assigned personnel. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS (Salary is dependent upon qualifications) MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS High School Diploma or equivalent is required. Water/wastewater maintenance experience is preferred. Class “D” Water or Class I Wastewater Collection certification is required within two (2) years of employment. Class II Wastewater Collection and Class C Water Distribution certifications are required within four (4) years of employment or one and one-half (1½) years after internal promotion. A Class “A” Commercial Driver’s License is required within one (1) year of employment. A Commercial Learner’s Permit (CLP) is required within 90 days of employment. Must possess a valid Texas Driver’s License with an acceptable driving record. Required to perform after hours standby duties. Must be able to respond within 1 hour for emergency calls. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS One (1) year closed circuit televising of wastewater/water or related utility and comprehensive coded condition report writing. CORE COMPETENCIES AND PHYSICAL DEMANDS CORE COMPETENCIES Must be able to read/comprehend municipal policies, equipment instruction/ training manuals, and maps. Effective verbal and written communication skills are required; must be able to maintain positive working relationships with City departments and personnel, outside agencies, contractors, vendors, and the general public. PHYSICAL DEMANDS AND WORKING CONDITIONS Physical requirements include lifting up to 80 pounds occasionally. Subject to vision and hearing constantly; standing, walking, lifting, carrying, pushing/pulling, reaching and handling frequently; sitting, fine dexterity, kneeling, crouching, bending, twisting, climbing, balancing, talking and foot controls occasionally; crawling rarely. Working conditions involve occasional exposure to variable and/or extreme weather conditions, vehicle traffic, heavy equipment, open trenches, confined spaces, hazardous chemicals, and infectious diseases. Utilizes confined space equipment or other personal protective equipment as required. Safety Sensitive Position. Work Hours 8 a.m.-5 p.m., M-F, on call FLSA Status Non-Exempt The City of San Marcos offers its employees a broad range of benefits to enhance their personal and occupational lives. We are committed to a total rewards strategy that provides employees with competitive compensation, comprehensive benefits, and an environment that supports a healthy work/life balance. BENEFITS Medical, Dental & Vision Coverage United Healthcare Choice Plus PPO Plan Prescription Drug Plan Wellness Initiatives Virtual Doctor Visits 24/7 Dental Plan Davis Vision Insurance Base Vision Plan Premium Vision Plan Laser Vision Correction discounts Retirement Texas MunicipalRetirement System (TMRS) Mission Square Retirement Corporation - optional 457-deferred compensation plan & Roth IRA ADDITIONAL BENEFITS Flexible Spending Accounts City paid Life and AD&D Insurance Voluntary Life, AD&D and Long Term Disability insurance Employee Assistance Program Vacation Sick Leave Holidays Longevity Pay Tuition Reimbursement Activity Center Membership Direct Deposit The City of San Marcos strives to provide employees with an opportunity for a flexible and positive work/life balance. Employees in eligible positions are offered remote telework options of up to two days per week or 40% of an employee's scheduled work hours. Remote telework eligibility will be determined by department directors to ensure the City provides quality services. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
San Marcos, TX San Marcos, Texas, United States
Jan 11, 2023
Full Time
JOB SUMMARY JOB SUMMARY Plans, coordinates, and manages various planning projects including long range planning and code writing; performs complex current planning work which may include negotiating development agreements or economic development incentives; provides staff support and regularly attends Board, Commission, and City Council meetings; provides excellent customer service to all customers of the department, coordinates developer meetings, and works successfully with other City departments. Performs other duties related to the function of the department. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND DECISION MAKING ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Plans, coordinates, and manages various planning projects. : Develops and updates codes and ordinances, special area and/or comprehensive plans. Provides for the general maintenance and upkeep of the City’s Comprehensive Plan and Development Code Interacts with and provides recommendations to the City Council and Planning and Zoning Commission regarding long-range planning issues. Coordinates public outreach; ensures compliance with all legal notification requirements. Prepares bid specification documents; monitors consultants for compliance with specifications and quality standards. 2. Performs complex current planning work: : Facilitates meetings with developers, City Council Committees, and staff to negotiate development agreements, economic development incentives, or other similar agreements. Processes annexation and zoning requests which includes preparing annexation service plans and maps. Coordinates with applicants, developers, owners, and consultants; ensures the accuracy and completeness of applications and supporting documentation including deeds and legal descriptions. Prepares case maps, staff reports, and notification in accordance with City Codes and State requirements. . 3. Provides staff support and regularly attends Board, Commission, and City Council Meetings. : Prepares staff reports and supporting documentation required for consideration by the Director, and City boards and commissions. Informs potential applicants about public hearings, schedules, and deadlines for case processing. Prepares public notification letters, mailing envelopes, and maps. Acts as staff liaison for boards such as Zoning Board of Adjustments or Planning & Zoning Commission which includes meeting preparation and facilitation, taking minutes, pre-meeting set up, and post-meeting tear down. Facilitates meetings with City Council Committees regarding policies such as the Affordable Housing Policy. 4. Provides excellent customer service and works successfully with other City departments : Responds to inquiries from City employees, appointed/elected officials, governmental entities, and the general public. Communicates and assists developers, consultants, and others through the City’s development process. Creates positive working relationships with other departments, such as Economic Development and Engineering, in order to successfully accomplish the duties listed above. 5. Miscellaneous: Assists applicants with pre-application and pre-development process; advises applicants regarding early stage due diligence issues related to planning, development, and/or land development codes. 6. Performs other related duties as assigned or required. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS (Salary is dependent upon qualifications) MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS Bachelor’s Degree in Planning or related field is required. Five (5) years current and long-range municipal planning experience is required. Must possess a valid Texas Driver’s License with an acceptable driving record. Must be able to attend various evening meetings, as assigned. Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite and Adobe Suite is required. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS Master’s Degree in Planning, Public Administration, or related field. Proficiency with ArcPro. Professional designation by the American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP). CORE COMPETENCIES AND PHYSICAL DEMANDS CORE COMPETENCIES Must have the ability to read/interpret municipal land development and State codes, maps, memorandums, notices, and advertisements. Must have the ability to read/interpret long range planning documents. Technical writing and organizational skills are necessary for project management and meeting preparation. Effective verbal and written communication skills are required; must be able to maintain positive working relationships with City departments and personnel, as well as with outside entities such as community groups, utility providers, applicants, and the general public. PHYSICAL DEMANDS AND WORKING CONDITIONS Physical requirements include lifting up to 35 pounds occasionally. Subject to vision constantly; standing, sitting, walking, lifting, carrying, pushing/pulling, reaching, handling, fine dexterity, balancing, hearing, talking and foot controls occasionally; kneeling, crouching, crawling, bending, twisting and climbing rarely. The City of San Marcos offers its employees a broad range of benefits to enhance their personal and occupational lives. We are committed to a total rewards strategy that provides employees with competitive compensation, comprehensive benefits, and an environment that supports a healthy work/life balance. View Our Benefits Guide. BENEFITS Medical, Dental & Vision Coverage United Healthcare Choice Plus PPO Plan Prescription Drug Plan Wellness Initiatives Virtual Doctor Visits 24/7 Dental Plan Davis Vision Insurance Base Vision Plan Premium Vision Plan Laser Vision Correction discounts Retirement Texas Municipal Retirement System (TMRS) Mission Square Retirement Corporation - optional 457-deferred compensation plan & Roth IRA ADDITIONAL BENEFITS Flexible Spending Accounts City paid Life and AD&D Insurance Voluntary Life, AD&D and Long Term Disability insurance Employee Assistance Program Vacation Sick Leave Holidays Longevity Pay Tuition Reimbursement Activity Center Membership Direct Deposit The City of San Marcos strives to provide employees with an opportunity for a flexible and positive work/life balance. Employees in eligible positions are offered remote telework options of up to two days per week or 40% of an employee's scheduled work hours. Remote telework eligibility will be determined by department directors to ensure the City provides quality services. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
San Marcos, TX San Marcos, Texas, United States
Jan 07, 2023
Full Time
JOB SUMMARY JOB SUMMARY Staffs the front desk at the City's Activity Center; provides customer service and assistance to patrons; processes program registrations and equipment rentals; monitors patron activities; assists with cleaning and maintaining Activity Center facilities; and performs other related duties. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND DECISION MAKING ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Staffs the front desk and provides customer service to Activity Center patrons: Responds to customers inquiries in person and over the telephone; provides information regarding facilities and athletic programming. Directs users to correct areas of facility. Assists patrons with program registrations and equipment/locker rentals. Collects and processes registration fees. Participates in cleaning and maintaining Activity Center facilities: Performs routine janitorial work; wipes down fitness/weight equipment. Identifies and reports maintenance issues to supervisor. Assists with set up and take down of tables and chairs. Miscellaneous: Participates in training new employee as required. Assists with special projects as assigned. DECISION MAKING This position works under general supervision. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS (Salary is dependent upon qualifications) MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS High School Diploma or equivalent is required. One (1) year recreation center and/or customer service experience is required. CPR/First Aid Certification is required within six (6) months of employment. CORE COMPETENCIES AND PHYSICAL DEMANDS CORE COMPETENCIES Must be able to read and comprehend departmental policies and program documentation. Effective verbal and written communication skills are required; must be able to maintain positive working relationships with City departments and personnel, vendors, facility renters, patrons, and the general public. PHYSICAL DEMANDS AND WORKING CONDITIONS Physical requirements include lifting up to 45 pounds occasionally. Subject to vision and hearing constantly; standing, sitting, walking, lifting, carrying, pushing/pulling, reaching, handling, fine dexterity, bending, balancing and talking occasionally; kneeling, crouching, crawling, twisting and climbing rarely. Working conditions involve exposure to hazardous chemicals, infectious diseases, and potentially irate members of the public. Work Hours Varies, Full-Time 40 hours per week. Shifts from 5:30 a.m. to 12:30 a.m. FLSA Status Non-Exempt The City of San Marcos offers its employees a broad range of benefits to enhance their personal and occupational lives. We are committed to a total rewards strategy that provides employees with competitive compensation, comprehensive benefits, and an environment that supports a healthy work/life balance. BENEFITS Medical, Dental & Vision Coverage United Healthcare Choice Plus PPO Plan Prescription Drug Plan Wellness Initiatives Virtual Doctor Visits 24/7 Dental Plan Davis Vision Insurance Base Vision Plan Premium Vision Plan Laser Vision Correction discounts Retirement Texas MunicipalRetirement System (TMRS) Mission Square Retirement Corporation - optional 457-deferred compensation plan & Roth IRA ADDITIONAL BENEFITS Flexible Spending Accounts City paid Life and AD&D Insurance Voluntary Life, AD&D and Long Term Disability insurance Employee Assistance Program Vacation Sick Leave Holidays Longevity Pay Tuition Reimbursement Activity Center Membership Direct Deposit The City of San Marcos strives to provide employees with an opportunity for a flexible and positive work/life balance. Employees in eligible positions are offered remote telework options of up to two days per week or 40% of an employee's scheduled work hours. Remote telework eligibility will be determined by department directors to ensure the City provides quality services. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
San Marcos, TX San Marcos, Texas, United States
Dec 30, 2022
Temporary
JOB SUMMARY JOB SUMMARY The City of San Marcos is looking for energetic individuals to staff our Spring Break Camp. The camp provides area children, ages 5 through 11, with a fun and educational Spring Break that includes games, activities, science experiments, crafts, and field trips! This is a temporary employment. The program is March 13-17,2023, totaling one (1) week. There will be one (1) additional day of training the week before (training date TBD). Activity Leaders report to Youth Services Coordinator and Youth Services Specialist. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND DECISION MAKING ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Performs child supervision duties for both on and off campus program activities; administers first aid; enforces adherence to safety rules; fills out handwritten forms; performs safety inspections daily.Administers recreation activities on camp site including structured activities; movies, weekly special field trips, crafts, team building activities, and outdoor adventures. Maintains campus site area; cleans floors; picks up trash; cleans bathrooms and performs other janitorial work as needed. DECISION MAKING Must be able to perform duties safely and apply policies and procedures appropriately. Supervise children at all times. Must be able to facilitate an atmosphere that encourages challenge, learning, and growth. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS (Salary is dependent upon qualifications) MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS Must be at least 16 years of age Ability to learn and administer first aid. Experience working with children required. CORE COMPETENCIES AND PHYSICAL DEMANDS JOB DIMENSIONS Must be able to read city and departmental policies, procedure manuals and memos. Writing skills are necessary to prepare reports, activity logs, safety inspection forms and accident reports. Effective verbal and written communication skills are required; must be able to maintain positive working relationships with site personnel, supervisors, program participants, and parents. PHYSICAL DEMANDS AND WORKING CONDITIONS Physical requirements include lifting up to 30 pounds occasionally. Subject to standing, sitting, walking, vision, hearing and talking frequently; lifting, carrying, pushing/pulling, reaching, handling, fine dexterity, kneeling, crouching, crawling, bending, twisting, climbing and balancing occasionally. Working conditions involve indoor and outdoor work, in the heat, sun, high humidity and wind; occasionally exposed to swimming pool chemicals, slippery surfaces; noise around crowds and whistles. Safety Sensitive Position. Work Hours; M-F 7:15 A.M. - 5:30 P.M. The City of San Marcos offers its employees a broad range of benefits to enhance their personal and occupational lives. We are committed to a total rewards strategy that provides employees with competitive compensation, comprehensive benefits, and an environment that supports a healthy work/life balance. View Our Benefits Guide. BENEFITS Retirement Public Agency Retirement Services (PARS) - Individual trust replacing Social Security Mission Square Retirement Corporation - optional 457-deferred compensation plan & Roth IRA ADDITIONAL BENEFITS Employee Assistance Program Activity Center Membership Direct Deposit Closing Date/Time: Continuous
San Marcos, TX San Marcos, Texas, United States
Dec 30, 2022
Part Time
JOB SUMMARY JOB SUMMARY Cleans and maintains Activity Center facilities, equipment, and grounds; prepares meeting rooms and/or other facility areas for use by the public; conducts minor repairs; and performs other related duties. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND DECISION MAKING ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Sets up and takes down tables, chairs, stage, dance floor, screens, and/or audio visual equipment in meeting rooms and other Activity Center facilities; moves athletic equipment and supplies as required. Assist Facilities Maintenance Worker in these duties. Maintains Activity Center facilities, equipment, and grounds: Participates in cleaning restroom, meeting room, child care, fitness areas and kitchen facilities. Removes and disposes of trash from inside/outside facility. Cleans and maintains tables and chairs. Monitors and ensures all areas are properly cleaned on a daily basis. Maintains fitness and weight equipment. Completes facilities maintenance work orders: Performs minor repairs to plumbing, lighting, ceiling tiles, and doors. Reports A/C, electrical, and/or other major maintenance issues. Provides facilities maintenance assistance at other locations as required. Miscellaneous: Coordinates and communicates with vendors and contractors including Janitorial. Performs other related duties as assigned or required. DECISION MAKING This position works under general supervision. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS (Salary is dependent upon qualifications) MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS High school diploma or equivalent required. One (1) year facility maintenance experience is required. Must possess a valid Driver's License with an acceptable driving record. CORE COMPETENCIES AND PHYSICAL DEMANDS CORE COMPETENCIES Must be able to read/comprehend City policies, maintenance, documentation, layouts/instructions, and manufacturers information. Effective verbal and written communication skills are required; must be able to maintain positive working relationships with City departments/personnel, vendors, contractors, facility renters, and the general public. PHYSICAL DEMANDS AND WORKING CONDITIONS Physical requirements include lifting up to 75 pounds occasionally. Subject to standing and walking frequently; vision constantly; sitting, lifting, carrying, pushing/pulling, reaching, handling, fine dexterity, kneeling, bending, twisting, climbing, balancing, hearing, talking and foot controls. Working conditions involve exposure to variable and/or extreme weather conditions; machinery with moving parts, hazardous chemicals/materials, and infectious diseases is involved. Safety Sensitive Position. Work Hours (Part-time 30 hrs.) 5pm-10pm., M-F- Varies Many Sat. and Sun. as needed FLSA Status Non-Exempt The City of San Marcos offers its employees a broad range of benefits to enhance their personal and occupational lives. We are committed to a total rewards strategy that provides employees with competitive compensation, comprehensive benefits, and an environment that supports a healthy work/life balance. View our Benefits Guide. BENEFITS Retirement Public Agency Retirement Services (PARS) - Individual trust replacing Social Security Mission Square Retirement Corporation - optional 457-deferred compensation plan and Roth IRA ADDITIONAL BENEFITS Employee Assistance Program Activity Center Membership Direct Deposit Closing Date/Time: Continuous