Mission: Deliver outstanding service to support a high quality of life for residents, businesses, and visitors.

Vision: El Paso will have safe and beautiful neighborhoods, a vibrant regional economy, and exceptional recreational, cultural, and educational opportunities.

Values: Integrity, Respect, Excellence, Accountability, People 

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30 job(s) at City of El Paso

CITY OF EL PASO, TX El Paso, Texas, United States
Jan 10, 2019
Full Time
Requirements The City of El Paso is recruiting for a highly qualified, experienced, and innovative professional to join the Zoo Department as the Zoo Director. The successful candidate would manage zoological operations and development of the Zoo Department. In addition, the candidate will establish and maintain quality facilities and programs and a safe animal and visitor environment. Candidate must have a Bachelor's degree in zoo management, veterinary medicine, business or public administration, and eight (8) years of zoological operation experience, including four (4) years management experience. Licenses and Certificates : Texas Class "C" Driver's License or equivalent from another state. General Purpose Under administrative direction, manage zoological operations and development to establish and maintain quality facilities and programs, and a safe animal and visitor environment. Typical Duties Plan, organize, implement and direct zoo functions to include facilities design and construction, overall operations, programs, staffing, development and budget.Involves:Oversee and assign work that involves education, animal care, animal collections, facilities, conservation research, visitor services, customer service, public relations and grounds.Explore new and innovative ways for improving zoo operations by developing plans and programs which ensure enjoyable and educational visitor experiences, healthy collections, presentable grounds within a mission-oriented and community-minded organization. Manage priorities and progress of projects and activities. Plan, design, implement and review department short- and long-term goals and priorities.Involves:Develop and manage annual department budget.Monitor and approve expenditures.Collect and analyze data. Prepare a variety of reports regarding department activities, accomplishments and goals.Implement and enforce department policies and procedures.Design, establish and maintain an organizational structure and staffing to effectively accomplish the organization's goals and objectives. Supervise assigned staff and volunteers.Involves:Participate, authorize or approve the hiring of staff.Supervise directly and through subordinate supervisors.Appraise employee performance and review evaluations by subordinate supervisors.Provide for training and development.Enforce personnel rules and regulations and work behavior standards firmly and impartially.Counsel, motivate and maintain harmony.As appointing authority, interview applicants and hire, terminate, transfer, discipline and assign merit pay or other employee status changes. Represent the department in a professional manner.Involves: Meet with community, regional, national and international organizations, citizen groups, news media, City Manager, Deputy City Manager and other officials to inform about zoo changes and enhancements and to seek support for the organization's initiatives, projects and programs.Interact with a variety of governmental agencies, private sector officials and others to provide and gather accurate information for zoo development. Work with other City departments to provide assistance or gather information.Coordinate efforts and planning with, and provide professional guidance to the zoological society. General Information For complete job specification, click here . Salary range: $103,025.36 - $161,749.81 per year The starting salary is generally at the beginning of the salary range. Please note: This is an unclassified position. Note: Applicants with a foreign degree must have all relevant documents translated and evaluated by a College, University, or Credentials Evaluation Services Department prior to submitting them to the Human Resources Department. Note: Applicants are encouraged to apply immediately. This position will close when a preset number of qualified applications have been received. Closing Date/Time: 2/12/2019 11:59 PM Mountain
CITY OF EL PASO, TX El Paso, Texas, United States
Jan 10, 2019
Full Time
Requirements Candidate must have a Bachelor's Degree in art, business or public administration, marketing, or public relations and three (3) years of fundraising or grant writing experience for a museum, nonprofit organization or organization that maintains an active fundraising program. General Purpose Develop, manage and oversee a comprehensive fundraising plan that secures financial support and promotes the museum. Under general direction, establish and coordinate private and government grants, special fundraising events, cultivate and engage new and current donors, including corporations, businesses, and individuals. Typical Duties Plan and develop funding initiatives and fund raising events. Involves: With museum staff, identifying fundable projects and secure support from private, local, state and federal sources. Prepare grant applications and reports. Network with current and potential funding sources to maintain an active knowledge of the region's philanthropic community. Identify and maintain network of potential donors to support the museum's fiscal goals. Solicit corporate prospects and maintain relationships with current corporate contributors. Meet with representatives of funding sources to innovate new projects and programs that meet the needs of the funder, the community or raise the profile of the museum. Develop initiatives and events that drive fundraising and engage community in the museum. Oversee the museum's facility rental program. Perform administrative duties. Involves: Create and edit fundraising collateral and submit proposals and grant packages in final format. With museum staff, ensure that expenditures comply with grant or funder provisions. Manage computer database system to maintain accurate and updated member and donor information. Prepare, monitor, submit and justify division budget. Supervise assigned staff. Involves: Schedule, assign, instruct, guide, review and check work. Appraise employee performance. Provide training and development. Enforce personnel rules and regulations, department policies, and work standards. Counsel, motivate and maintain harmony. Interview applicants. Recommend hiring, termination, transfers, discipline, or other employee status changes. General Information For complete job specification, click here. Salary Range: $48,058.42 - $67,161.65 per year The starting salary is generally at the beginning of the salary range. Please note: This is an unclassified contract position. Note: Applicants are encouraged to apply immediately. This position will close when a preset number of qualified applications have been received. Note: Applicants with a foreign degree must have all relevant documents translated and evaluated by a College, University, or Credentials Evaluation Services Department prior to submitting them to the Human Resources Department. Closing Date/Time:
CITY OF EL PASO, TX El Paso, Texas, United States
Jan 10, 2019
Full Time
Requirements Candidate must have a Master's degree from an ALA accredited institution of higher learning in library science or information and library sciences, and two (2) years of professional experience as a librarian. Licenses and Certificates :None. General Purpose Under general supervision, perform professional library functions to include development and execution of Library programs and the management of personnel at multiple levels. Typical Duties Manage and supervise designated library administrative functions. Involves:Lead multiple level staff in completing essential duties of library operations including reference, circulation, and/or programming.Set individual performance measures for staff and ensure accountability.Mentor and/or Coach, orientate and evaluate assigned staff.Assist with problem solving at local level.Serve as supporting authority to staff in resolving customer disputes.Utilize computer applications and library equipment and maintain current knowledge of system wide and location-specific procedures, processes, policies, and operations.Maintain open channels of communication.Network with professionals locally and nationwide to ensure quality service to the public and present good management techniques to the staff.Serve on task forces and participate in professional organizations, committees, conferences and community groups.Perform other related duties as may be assigned. Ensure the overall operating effectiveness of assigned work unit(s).Involves:Prepare and manage budgets as assigned.Assume responsibility for the operation of the location in the absence of immediate supervisor.Inform customers about Library services, policies and procedures.Assist customers in locating and using Library materials and equipment as assigned. Supervise assigned personnel.Involves:Provide for training and development. Train staff to effectively perform job duties and in applying and interpreting policies, procedures, and best practices.Organize and schedule team(s) and its activities. Identifies opportunities for synergy and integration.Coordinate volunteers as assigned.Enforce personnel rules, regulations, and work standards.Counsel, motivate and maintain harmony.Interview applicants.Recommend hiring, termination, transfer, and discipline. General Information For complete job specification, click here . Salary Range: $44,480.01- $60,459.45 per year. The starting salary is generally at the beginning of the salary range. Test Information: An evaluation of education and experience will be conducted on qualified candidates Please note: Applicants are encouraged to apply immediately. This position will close once a preset number of qualified applications have been received. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
CITY OF EL PASO, TX El Paso, Texas, United States
Aug 09, 2018
Full Time
Requirements Candidate must have aLaw Degree Licenses and Certificates : Texas Bar License General Purpose Under direction, perform a variety of legal duties supporting the City Attorney's Office (CAO). Typical Duties Serve as legal advisor to City officials, management and staff as assigned by the City Attorney. Involves: Prepare and review opinions, contracts, resolutions, ordinances, regulations, leases, licenses, public communications, policies and procedures, and a wide variety of other legal documents. Conduct legal research on municipal issues and present recommendations and solutions to minimize risk and safeguard the City's operations to City management, staff and City Council. Receive and review claims and lawsuits filed against the City; assist and represent the City in its defense. Prepare and draft a variety of correspondence including letters, memos and pleadings regarding litigation, settlements, plea bargains and negotiations. Prepare for and participate in court proceedings, including hearings, mediation and trials; arrange for and attend depositions; prosecute municipal court cases. Attend and participate in meetings for, and provide legal support and advice to, City commissions, committees and boards. Serve as liaison between outside counsel and the CAO for specialized legal matters. Read, edit and research staff reports for City Council. Monitor changes and trends in legislation covering municipal regulations, real property and risk management issues, and civil and criminal laws; evaluate legislative impact on City and CAO operations, and recommend operational, procedural and policy improvements. Assist City departments to develop and/or amend policies and procedures to maintain legal compliance. Represent the City in negotiating legal issues; assure that legal issues are resolved within City policy guidelines; assure effective communication of legal issues with the City Attorney and City principals. Review and respond to open records requests pursuant to the Texas Public Information Act. Support the relationship between the City of El Paso and the public by demonstrating courteous and cooperative behavior when interacting with citizens, visitors and City staff; promote the City goals and priorities. Maintain absolute confidentiality of work-related issues and City information. Perform other legal duties as required or assigned. Prosecute actions in Municipal Court. Involves: represent the City in the prosecution of violations of City of El Paso ordinances and Class C misdemeanors. Perform municipal court legal duties as required or assigned. Supervise assigned staff. Involves: Schedule, assign, instruct, guide and check work. Appraise employee performance. Provide for training and development, enforce personnel rules and regulations, and work behavior standards firmly and impartially. Counsel, motivate and maintain harmony. Interview applicants. Recommend hiring, termination, transfers, discipline, merit pay or other employee status changes. The above-referenced duties are typical for this classification. Incumbents may not perform all of the listed duties and/or may be required to perform additional or different duties from those set forth below to address business needs and changing business practices. General Information Interested candidates mustattach a cover letter and resume with their application. For a complete job specification, click here . Salary Range: $79,220 - $110,389.25 / Annually The starting salary is generally at the beginning of the salary range. Please note: This is an appointed position. Note: Applicants with a foreign degree must have all relevant documents translated and evaluated by a College, University, or Credentials Evaluation Services Department prior to submitting them to the Human Resources Department. Note: Applicants are encouraged to apply immediately. This position will close when a preset number of qualified applications have been received. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
CITY OF EL PASO, TX El Paso, Texas, United States
Jan 10, 2019
Full Time
Requirements Candidate must have aHigh School diploma or GED, and two (2) years journey level, master, or supervisory electrician experience. Licenses and Certificates :Journey or Master Electrician License required at time of application. International Code Council Commercial Electrical Inspector certification within one (1) year of date of appointment.Texas Class "C" Driver's License or equivalent from another state. General Purpose Under general supervision, conduct field inspections of assigned construction projects to enforce compliance with municipal, state and national electrical codes and regulations. Typical Duties Conduct on the job electrical inspections of assigned new and remodeled sites and structures.Involves:Conduct electrical inspections at different stages of construction project.Review plans and specifications, materials, layouts and equipment.Perform inspections of construction projects for compliance with occupational health and safety requirements.Inform, explain and interpret electrical code requirements for project superintendents or foremen, electrical contractors, architects, engineers, and the public.Provide uniform conformance to electrical codes, standards and regulations.Refer difficult or questionable situations to supervisor.Investigate and respond to complaints regarding illegal construction, safety or hazardous conditions.Issue and post stop orders, corrective actions or citations depending on the situation.Testify in court and before City boards and Commissions, as required. Enforce municipal and building codes. Involves: Issue and post red tag, stop work orders, corrective action notices and court citations as required when construction does not meet electrical codes or plan specifications.Refer citations not signed by defendants to police department for service.Confer with electrical contractors issuing verbal and written corrections as needed.As assigned and during daily inspections, investigate work to ensure electrical construction is being performed by licensed contractors with a city-issued permit and in compliance with requirements.Sign and post permits if construction is in compliance. Maintain applicable databases, records and files.Research prior inspections for approval or disapproval. Attend training and meetings.Maintain certifications. General Information For complete job specification, click here . Salary Range: $15.81 - $22.90 per hour The starting salary is generally at the beginning of the salary range. Test information: An evaluation of education and experience will be conducted on qualified applicants. Note: Applicants are encouraged to apply immediately. This position will close when a preset number of qualified applications have been received. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
CITY OF EL PASO, TX El Paso, Texas, United States
Jan 10, 2019
Full Time
Requirements Candidate must have a Bachelor's Degree of Public Health, Public Administration, Biology, Chemistry, Life Sciences, Food Sciences, or Environmental Health and four (4) years of supervisory experience as a registered sanitarian in a code enforcement program. Licenses and Certificates : Texas Sanitarian Registration or Environmental Health Specialist Registration from the National Environmental Health Association by time of appointment. Texas Class "C" Driver's License or equivalent from another state. General Purpose Under direction, organizes, plans and directs consumer and environmental health program's monitoring, inspections, investigations, sampling and surveys to assure protection of the public health and compliance with applicable laws, ordinances, policies, procedures, rules and regulations. Typical Duties Plan, direct and review consumer and environmental health program. Involves: Set goals, plan, organize, control and allocate resources for consumer and environmental health, including fiscal and personnel management. Direct the monitoring, inspections, investigations, sampling and surveys of public and private facilities nuisances and hazards for compliance with local, state and federal laws, ordinances, rules and regulations pertaining to consumer and environmental health. Coordinate and makes presentations to business, civic, community and school groups regarding consumer and environmental health activities and enlists public cooperation in reaching desired objectives. Coordinate and conducts surveys, inspections and investigations or provides guidance in responding to the most complex regulatory issues. Manage the sampling for agents or objects that may be harmful to human health. Coordinate and approves reports required in ensuring compliance with health laws and ordinances dealing with specific consumer and environmental health programs. Interview, orient, train, and provides guidance. Conduct performance evaluations and manages subordinate supervisors and staff. Manage public education/information presentations regarding public health laws, ordinances, policies, procedures, rules and regulations. Interface with other regulatory agencies in coordinated enforcement activities. Serve as liaison with community organization's for related program activities. Compile data and prepares reports for litigation purposes concerning operational and enforcement issues. Plan complex and specialized management activities and develops methods for improved techniques. Serve on community and health committees to coordinate program activities. Supervise assigned personnel. Involves: Schedule, assign, instruct, guide and check work. Appraise employee performance. Provide for training and development. Enforce personnel rules and regulations and work behavior standards firmly and impartially. Counsel, motivate and maintain harmony. Interview applicants. Recommend hiring, termination, transfers, discipline, merit pay or other employee status changes. General Information For complete job specification, click here . Salary Range: $62,711.85 - $87,639.82 per year. The starting salary is generally at the beginning of the salary range. Please note: An evaluation of education and experience will be conducted on qualified applicants. Note: Applicants are encouraged to apply immediately. This position will close when a preset number of qualified applications have been received. Note: Applicants with a foreign degree must have all relevant documents translated and evaluated by a College, University, or Credentials Evaluation Services Department prior to submitting them to the Human Resources Department. Closing Date/Time: 2/5/2019 11:59 PM Mountain
CITY OF EL PASO, TX El Paso, Texas, United States
Dec 20, 2018
Full Time
Requirements Candidate must have a Master's degree in History, Art, Museum Studies, Archaeology, or Anthropology, and four (4) years of professional experience in inventory, catalog, label and preservation of artwork, artifacts and other historical pieces including two years of supervisory experience. Licenses and Certificates :Texas Class "C" Driver's License or equivalent from another state. General Purpose Under general direction, supervise, plan, coordinate and manage the physical and intellectual aspects of museum collections. Typical Duties Responsible for the proper collections care, or preventative conservation of objects by avoiding and minimizing deterioration and loss. Involves: Monitor the condition and environment of objects in storage and on exhibit, rotate sensitive objects off exhibit as needed, design, and prepare exhibit mounts for delicate objects on display and in storage. Evaluate current practices and professional standards in environmental control, pest management, security, and risk management in order to preserve, safeguard and eliminate hazard relating to collections. Perform inventory of assigned collections. Involves: Measure, evaluate, describe and photograph collection contents and record their location within the museum. Retrieve objects from storage and examine them for potential exhibition or loan consideration. Perform administrative duties as assigned. Involves: Supervise content development and delivery through exhibitions, educational programs and electronic delivery systems. Maintain accurate records pertaining to the museum collections. Assist in preparation and justification of annual budget. Supervise assigned personnel.Involves:Plan, organize, direct and evaluate the work of others. Review daily assignments and project status and provide direction on unique issues or special projects. Appraise employee performance. Provide training and development. Enforce personnel rules, regulations and work standards. Counsel, motivate and maintain harmony. Interview applicants. Recommend hiring, termination, transfers, discipline, or other employee status changes. General Information For complete job specification, click here. Salary Range: $46,704.00 - $63,482.42 per year The starting salary is generally ar the beginning of the salary range. Please note: This is an unclassified contract position. Current opening is at the History Museum. Please note: This is a new advertisement for Museum Collections Manager. You must apply if you are still interested in this position. Note: Applicants are encouraged to apply immediately. This position will close when a preset number of qualified applications have been received. Closing Date/Time: 2/26/2019 11:59 PM Mountain
CITY OF EL PASO, TX El Paso, Texas, United States
Nov 02, 2018
Full Time
Requirements Candidate must have amaster's degree in museum studies, American history, and two (2) years of museum exhibit development and design, publication, collection care or curatorial experience. Licenses and Certificates : Texas Class C Driver's License or equivalent from another state. General Purpose Under direction, coordinate the identification, preservation, care and storage of museum artifacts and collections; develop museum exhibitions, including interpretive content. Typical Duties Interpret the museum's history collection, planning, researching, curating and managing exhibition projects. Involves: Curate exhibitions that are regionally and historically relevant. Coordinate the research, preservation, authentication, documentation, and exhibition of artifacts. Develop exhibits and artifact display from concept, design, and installation to engage and educate the museum audience. Conduct research providing content writing and reviewing exhibit text and labels and make recommendations on objects and artifacts from collection. Assist in developing new museum interpretive programs focusing on museum's artifacts. Evaluate exhibition and program proposals and make recommendations to management. Prepare catalogs, brochures and biographical or historical information related to artifacts and exhibits. Collaborate with staff to develop collecting strategies and policies. Research pertinent information to identify, and exhibit artifacts; catalog entries and didactic text for exhibitions. Prepare reports on condition of artifacts. Maintain and update information in the curatorial files on artifacts and works as it pertains to museum collections, exhibitions and biographies. Participates in the evaluation process for incoming donations and assist with de-accession. Develop educational activities and publications supporting exhibitions and permanent collection. Involves: Identify subject experts and partner organizations. Participate in developing publicity and publication of printed materials for exhibitions and various curatorial projects. Respond to media inquiries. Meet with educators to develop public service activities or tours; represent the museum at educational and social functions and in the community. Research grants and other external funding sources; meet with historians, archaeologists, ethnographers and other museum professionals to collaborate. Interact with museum members, advisory board members and prospective donors. Participate in administrative duties. Involves: Ensure artifacts are properly handled, preserved, stored and displayed. Update inventory database. Develop curatorial budget. Research, write, and edit grant proposals, journal articles, publicity materials, exhibit brochures and catalogs. Provide designated support for programs, projects or activities. Log activities, prepare and submit recurring or requested activity or status reports. Attend meetings, conventions and civic events to promote museum use and solicit donations. Assist visitors, conduct tours and respond to inquiries. Supervise assigned volunteer staff. Involves: Schedule, assign, and review activities. Prioritize and coordinate museum activities. Instruct, guide and check work. Appraise employee performance and review evaluations by subordinates. Provide training and development of staff, docents and volunteers. Enforce personnel rules, regulations, and work standards. Counsel, motivate and maintain harmony. Interview applicants. Recommend hiring, termination, transfers, discipline, merit pay or other employee status changes. General Information For complete job specification, click here . Salary Range: $44,480.01 - $60,459.45 The starting salary is generally at the beginning of the salary range. Test information: An evaluation of education and experience will be conducted on qualified applicants. Note: Applicants with a foreign degree must have all relevant documents translated and evaluated by a College, University, or Credentials Evaluation Services Department prior to submitting them to the Human Resources Department. Note: Applicants are encouraged to apply immediately. This position will close when a preset number of qualified applications have been received. Closing Date/Time:
CITY OF EL PASO, TX El Paso, Texas, United States
Nov 01, 2018
Full Time
Requirements Candidate must have aBachelor's degree in accounting, finance, business or public administration, including a concentration of 18 upper division semester credit hours in accounting, and two (2) years of professional accounting experience. Licenses and Certificates :None. General Purpose Under direction, participate in providing professional accounting administrative and advisory services for an assigned program or phase of fiscal support operations. Typical Duties Perform journey level accountant and basic financial analysis duties as required to ensure accurate recording, updating and reporting for designated types of transactions.Involves:Assist in preparation of the Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR).Balance and reconcile general ledger statements; prepare general journal entries (such as revenues, expenditures, and depreciation) to generate fiscal month and year-to-date balance sheets, changes in fund balance and cash flow financial statements.Analyze and prepare financial statements related to individual funds.Perform research and report generation to assist external auditors.Track and report expenditure of federal grant funds and monitor sub-recipient agencies to ensure expenditure of allocated funds meet grant requirements. Maintain and analyze assigned aspects of financial and accounting database and financial management system.Involves:Enter, retrieve and review accounting data from the centralized financial management system and personal computers or source documents such as journal entries, invoices or budget transfers to generate financial reports.Generate periodic accounting or statistical reports to management or regulatory agencies. Analyze expenditure trends and assist in preparation of the annual operating or capital improvement budget. Assist supervisor with daily cash management functions.Involves:Analyze cash activity for previous day, reviewing account transaction exceptions and identify cash needs to meet daily obligations.Identify, prepare and process wire transfers with proper documentation to manage cash flow, prepare detailed daily cash position statement, validate checks for payment.Reconcile bank accounts, mutual funds and investment portfolios.Create and post journal entries, monthly reconciliation of mutual funds and investment portfolio, identify, research, and resolve investment related problems, communicate findings with supervisor, financial institution representatives, auditors or others. Perform related duties as required.Involves:Act as immediate supervisor or work leader if assigned a professional, paraprofessional or clerical support employee as a helper.Substitute for supervisor or coworkers if necessary to ensure continuity of operations during absences.Advise supervisor in a timely manner of situations or issues that have or could lead to deviation from expected results and recommend appropriate solutions or options.Calculate and initiate payments for municipal bonds (principal and interest) and bond administrative fees.As designated security administrator, authorize computer access to bank records and signature plates.Facilitate petty cash advances and reimbursements. General Information For a complete job specification click here . Salary Range: $40,344.68- $54,838.50 per year. The starting salary rate is generally at the beginning of the salary range. Test Date:To be announced. Note: Applicants are encouraged to apply immediately. This position will close when a preset number of qualified applicants have been received. Note: Applicants with a foreign degree must have all relevant documents translated and evaluated by a College, University, or Credentials Evaluation Services Department prior to submitting them to the Human Resources Department. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
CITY OF EL PASO, TX El Paso, Texas, United States
Oct 25, 2018
Full Time
Requirements Candidate must have a Doctor of veterinary medicine degree and two (2) years professional veterinary experience, including veterinary internship or residency, in shelter or companion animal medicine and surgery, or in zoo, wild animal medicine and surgery or completion of residency in zoological medicine. Licenses and Certificates :Licensed to practice veterinary medicine in the State of Texas by the State Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners prior to appointment or licensed in another state. If licensed in another state, must obtain Texas License within 30 days of appointment. Federal Controlled Substances Registration, and USDA Accreditation for some positions within 45 days of appointment. Texas Class "C" Driver License or equivalent from another state. General Purpose Under general direction, supervise and provide routine health care and medical treatment of zoo animals and/or of animals brought to the Animal Regulation and Disease Control (ARDC) facility. Participate in animal management and safety decisions. Typical Duties Render veterinary care and treatment to animals brought to the Animal Regulation and Disease Control (ARDC) facility or to Zoo animals. Involves: Perform routine and emergency medical care.Plan, implement and administer preventive medicine program. Administer anesthesia and direct physical restraint of animals to ensure safety and minimize risk to staff and animals. Perform surgery and post-operative care. Conduct postmortem examinations. Oversee vaccination, parasite control, bio-safety, quarantine and other protocols. Direct laboratory preparation of sample tissues for disease identification and prevention. Maintain detailed records for veterinary care including drug logs. Monitor and recommend changes to animal diets, nutritional standards and programs. Maintain detailed records of veterinary care including controlled drug logs. If assigned to the Animal Shelter, enforce laws associated with domestic and wild animals. Involves: Participate in the care, feeding, humane treatment and euthanasia of impounded animals. Ensure proper disposal of animal carcasses. Ensure proper inspection, investigation, epidemiology enforcement and quarantine related to disease and injury resulting from contact with animals and zoonotic diseases. Direct laboratory preparation of sample tissues for disease identification and prevention. Provide advice and counsel to local law enforcement agencies on the acquisition, management, referral, and disposition of canines. Direct the approval and enforcement of licenses and permits governing animal control to ensure compliance with regulations. Implement and enforce departmental animal care and disease control regulations. Ensure compliance with all applicable regulatory agencies, animal health and welfare regulations and standards including United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), Good and Drug Administration (FDA), Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA), Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Texas Animal Health Commission (TAHC), Environmental Protections Agency (EPA), Texas Environmental Quality Control Commission (TCEQ) and the Animal Welfare Act. Review facilities and standards to assure quality and recommend changes in animal housing and care. If assigned to the Zoo, conduct specialized veterinary tasks. Involves: Participate in development of behavioral enrichment, training, and reproduction programs for animals. Perform epidemiological investigations. Identify and work to resolve animal welfare problems. Implement and enforce departmental animal health and disease control protocols and procedures. Review facilities and procedures to assure quality and recommend changes in animal housing, care, restraint systems and exhibits. Ensure compliance with all applicable regulatory agencies, animal health and welfare regulations and standards including United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), American Zoological Association (AZA), Food and Drug Administration (FDA), Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA), Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Texas Parks and Wildlife, Marine Mammal Act, National Marine Fisheries Service, Texas Animal Health Commission (TAHC), US Fish and Wildlife Service, Environmental Protections Agency (EPA), Texas Environmental Quality Control Commission and the Animal Welfare Act. Participate in maintenance and control of narcotics and dangerous drugs, animal identification, records and inventory systems. Supervise assigned supervisory and non-supervisory staff.Involves: Schedule, assign, instruct, guide and check work.Appraise employee performance and reviewevaluation reports of subordinate supervisors.Provide for training and development.Enforce personnel rules and regulations, standards of conduct, work attendance and safe working practices firmly and impartially.Counsel, motivate and maintain harmony. Interview applicants. Recommend hiring, termination, transfers, discipline, merit pay or other employee status changes. Perform related professional and incidental duties as required. Involves: Substitute, if assigned, for immediate supervisor or coworkers during temporary absences, as qualified, by performing specific duties and responsibilities essential to maintaining continuity of ordinary operations. Attend meetings, conferences and serve on ad hoc committees.May serve as Chairperson for the Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee. Compile data, generate reports and maintain records and files. General Information For complete job specification, click here . Salary Range: $73,230.35 - $110,577.83 The starting salary is generally at the beginning of the salary range. Please note: This position is located at the Department of Animal Services. Please note: This is an unclassified position. Note: Applicants are encouraged to apply immediately. This position will close when a preset number of qualified applications have been received. Note: Applicants with a foreign degree must have all relevant documents translated and evaluated by a College, University of Credentials Evaluation Services Department prior to submitting them to the Human Resources Department. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
CITY OF EL PASO, TX El Paso, Texas, United States
Sep 27, 2018
Full Time
Requirements The El Paso Metropolitan Planning Organization (EPMPO) is seeking an experienced professional to serve as Executive Director of the region's bi-state transportation planning agency. The greater El Paso planning area is a vibrant and dynamic high growth region located in west Texas along the Rio Grande River extending west into Southeast New Mexico. The region borders Mexico to the south and west, generating a significant amount of international trade and has become a major economic driver for the southwest region of the United States. The ideal candidate will preferably possess a master's degree in transportation planning, civil engineering, urban/regional planning, geography, business management, and six years directly related transportation planning experience, or a bachelor's degree in transportation planning, civil engineering, urban/regional planning, geography, business management plus ten years directly related transportation planning experience, or any equivalent combination of related education, training and experience to perform the essential job functions. American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP) certification preferred. Licenses and Certificates :A valid Texas Class "C" Driver's License or equivalent from another state. General Purpose The EPMPO planning area is comprised of El Paso County, Texas, Southern Doña Ana County, New Mexico and a portion of Otero County, New Mexico, totaling over one million residents. The EPMPO is one of 25 metropolitan planning organizations in Texas. These organizations, established by the Federal Government for regions in excess of 50,000 in population, help to develop and fund short and long-range multimodal transportation plans to improve regional mobility, air quality, safety and economic development throughout the region. The EPMPO is composed of members from the local Texas and New Mexico units of government including the Texas and New Mexico Legislative Delegation and the Texas and New Mexico Departments of Transportation within the El Paso metropolitan planning area. The EPMPO Transportation Policy Board (TPB) is composed of 30 elected and/or appointed public officials that have authority for project implementation. A new Chair and Vice Chair are selected yearly. The TPB utilizes an Executive Committee (EC) to oversee the business aspects of the MPO, review the Executive Director, and other assignments as requested or assigned. The Executive Director manages and oversees the day-to-day operations of the organization. There are currently 12 full-time employees and the organization oversees a current operating budget of approximately $2 million, over $214 million in federal funds obligated to the EPMPO's planning area for FY 2017, with a $5.93 billion Metropolitan Transportation Plan. Priorities for the incoming Executive Director include assessing the structure, staffing and operations of the organization, developing a strategic plan, and addressing Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regulated Air Quality compliance issues, to name a few. Typical Duties Direct and oversee the function of the MPO's Long and Short-Range Planning, Programming, Operations, Public Outreach, and Modeling.Involves: Represents the MPO in various interagency, international, national, federal, state, county, and local meetings and activities.Direct the development and review of project executive summaries for the Transportation Policy Board (TPB) and its Committees and other transportation policy makers.Involves: Facilitate assistance to members of the Transportation Policy Board as needed, including preparation and presentation of staff reports and other necessary correspondence.Support the TPB and its Executive Committee (EC), and other committees as required.Direct the preparation of monthly agendas and activities for the Transportation Policy Board (TPB), and the TPB committees.Represent the MPO on New Mexico Department of Transportation and Texas Department of Transportation committees and other work groups as directed.Support the International Transportation Working Group and other Department Of Transportation Border committees or work groups as directed. Develop MPO's goals, objectives, policies, process, and procedures necessary to provide transportation-planning services.Communicate transportation planning and programming, air quality policies, strategies with national and region's elected officials, and state and federal agency staffs.Develop and administer the MPO budget, review program and project budgets and coordinate the request for additional funds for staffing, consultant or contractor assistance, equipment, training, materials, and supplies as necessary.Direct the development of the department's work plan, including reviewing, and evaluating work plan progress and products. Coordinate MPO activities with those of other departments and outside agencies and organizations as required.Review and recommend training for transportation/air quality department employees.Performs necessary personnel evaluations and disciplinary actions.Direct strategic transportation planning for area, sub-area, and corridor analysis.Direct departmental budget and prepares for multi-year forecast.Applies laws, regulations, policies, and guidelines of local, state, and federal government related to regional transportation planning. Performs such other related duties as may be directed. General Information How to Apply For more information, please contact Art Davis at adavis@springsted.com or (816) 868-7042. Interested candidates shouldclick on thelink below, complete the application and upload their cover letter and resume. This position is open until filled; however, interested applicants are strongly encouraged to apply no later than November 13, 2018 . Following this date, applications will be screened against criteria outlined in the recruitment brochure. On-site interviews will be offered by those candidates named as finalists, with reference checks, background checks and academic verifications conducted after receiving candidates' permission. Please visitSpringsted/Waters Executive Recruitmentwebsite at https://springsted-waters.recruitmenthome.com/postings/2103 This recruitment will incorporate existing rules and regulations that govern public sector recruitments in the State of Texas. Information presented to the City of El Paso for consideration may be made available to the public, in accordance with public disclosure/open records laws. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
CITY OF EL PASO, TX El Paso, Texas, United States
Sep 20, 2018
Full Time
Requirements Candidate must have the equivalent to two (2) years of experience operating light or medium trucks, tractors and related automotive equipment. Licenses and Certificates : Texas Class "B" Commercial Driver's License (CDL) or equivalent from another state. Some positions may require a Texas Class "A" CDL or equivalent from another state. CDL may require specialized endorsements depending on area of assignment. Some positions may require a Municipal Solid Waste Operator Class C License. Special Requirements: Positions requiring a CDL or positions of a safety sensitive are subject to drug and alcohol testing in accordance with federal regulations. Some positions must pass a criminal background check and obtain and maintain federally mandated security clearance for working at an airport. General Purpose Under general supervision, operate any of a variety of general or specialized medium sized motorized equipment utilized in construction, repair, maintenance and other operations of numerous departments, divisions and activities, as qualified. Typical Duties Operate medium equipment, including, but not limited to, 18 wheel semi-tractor/trailer; asphalt distributor, grapple, jet rodder equipped vacuum, personnel lift and roll off trucks; gang and slope mowers; and other specialized equipment, such as, backhoe, chip box spreader, earth saw, farm tractor with implements, front loader, street sweeper, trencher and truck-mounted crane, as assigned. Involves: Attach, set up, start, stop, position, guide and manipulate powered mechanical, electrical, hydraulic or pneumatic apparatus to dig, push, pile or load materials. Monitor instruments and adjust such factors as speed, flow, temperature and pressure when feeding, bearing-off, hoisting and transporting solids or fluids. Perform other difficult construction, repair, maintenance or operations related work. Inspect work site prior to, during and following activities. Identify, recommend and undertake work according to priorities and established schedules. Direct a small crew of laborers or other workers in routine tasks, if delegated. Involves: As assigned or authorized, participate in non-personnel administration related duties including, but not limited to assign and inspect work, train employees. Perform various related duties as required. Involves: Inspect, clean, grease and fuel equipment. Identify and perform basic equipment preventative maintenance servicing and minor repair work to maintain operating condition and meet safety requirements. Engage in manual labor as necessary to work assignment. Interact with other departments, employees, contractors, vendors or the public. General Information For a complete job specification, click here . Salary Range: $12.65 - $17.79 per hour The starting salary is generally at the beginning of the salary range. Test information:To be announced. Note: Interested persons must apply. Please note: Applicants are encouraged to apply immediately, this position may close once a preset number of applicants have been received. Closing Date/Time:
CITY OF EL PASO, TX El Paso, Texas, United States
Oct 04, 2018
Full Time
Requirements Candidate must have a High School Diploma or GED, twelve (12) semester hours of credit in any field of study from an accredited college or university, six months of general work experience involving public contact, and be twenty-one (21) years of age by the date of graduation from the Academy; or A High School Diploma or GED, an associate's degree or sixty (60) semester hours of credit in any field of study from an accredited college or university, six months of general work experience involving public contact, honorable discharge from the United States armed forces after at least two (2) years of active service, and be eighteen (18) years of age by the date of graduation from the Academy. All applicants must be current U.S. citizens, passa background investigation, and successfully complete a physical, psychological and drug exam prior to starting the Academy. Applicants with prior military service may not currently have a dishonorable discharge or other discharge based on misconduct which bars future military service. Licenses and Certificates : Texas Class "C" Driver's License or equivalent from another state by time of application. Basic Peace Officer License issued byTexas Commission on Law Enforcement Standards and education TCOLE upon completion of training. General Purpose Under immediate supervision, learn general and specific state and local law enforcement policies, tactics and procedures to qualify for certification as a Texas Peace Officer. Typical Duties Participate in and complete police academy classroom and designated police command field training. Involves: Attend lectures and demonstrations, engage in practice sessions, read textbooks and instructional manuals, and prepare and submit study assignments about law enforcement, Texas penal and related codes, firearms and other weapons care and use, marksmanship, department requirements, policies and procedures, traffic laws and control, arrest methods, two-way radio operation, defensive driving, safety and emergency response techniques, accident investigation, ethics, report writing, and community relations principles. Engage in miscellaneous related public safety activities as required. Involves: Respond to emergency incidents as qualified to perform simple protective services and victim rescue tasks in accordance with specific instructions of the Training Chief. Participate in rigorous daily physical training program. General Information For a complete job specification, click here . Salary Range: $16.60 - $24.04 hourly The starting salary is generally at the beginning of the salary range. TestInformation: Written exam:January 14, 2019 -January 20, 2019 Job Simulation Exam: February 7, 2019 &February 14, 2019 126thAcademy Class tentatively to begin July 29, 2019 Applicants who successfully achieve a passing score on the written exam and job simulation, and turn in their CBI,will be placed on the eligible list and may proceed with the hiring process. Note: Applicants are encouraged to apply immediately. This position will close when a preset number of qualified applications have been received. Note: Applicants with a foreign degree must have all relevant documents translated and evaluated by a College, University, or Credentials Evaluation Services Department prior to submitting them to the Human Resources Department. Closing Date/Time: 2/6/2019 11:59 PM Mountain
CITY OF EL PASO, TX El Paso, Texas, United States
Jan 10, 2019
Full Time
Requirements Candidate must have a High School Diploma or General Education Development equivalent, and two (2) years of journey level automotive or diesel mechanic experience. Licenses and Certificates : Some positions may be required to obtain and maintain Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) Certification within six (6) months of appointment. Texas Class "C" Driver's License or equivalent from another state. Some positions may require a Texas Class "B" Commercial Driver's License (CDL) or equivalent from another state. Some positions may require Environmental Protection Agency certification for refrigerant recycling and recovery within six (6) months of appointment. Special Requirements: Incumbents of positions requiring a CDL or of a safety sensitive nature are subject to drug and alcohol testing, and may be required to pass physical qualification examinations in accordance with federal regulations. Some positions must pass a criminal background check and obtain and maintain federally mandated security clearance for working at an airport. General Purpose Under general supervision, perform and undertake a variety of broad to specific fleet repair, maintenance and upkeep of work assignments. Typical Duties Repair, recondition and maintain a variety of trucks, automobiles, buses and other City vehicles and equipment with gasoline, diesel or alternative fueled internal combustion engines. Involves: Assess, diagnosis, analyze, recommend and undertake overhaul repair, maintenance and upkeep tasks required based on work orders received. Identify parts, supplies and materials needed. Remove, inspect, install, and replace a variety of parts and items. Test and validate repairs and maintenance work. Perform regularly scheduled, emergency repair and/or preventative maintenance work. Determine compliance with established repair, maintenance and upkeep standards, operations and expectations. Update and maintain files, records, logs and reports. Interact with officials, contractors, employees, other departments or the general public to provide accurate information to inquiries, resolve problems and respond to inquiries. Perform related duties as required. Involves: Perform duties of immediate supervisor or coworkers as necessary to ensure continuity of operations during absences. Maintain cleanliness of work area and tools. General Information For complete job specification, click here . Salary Range: $15.06 - $21.81 per hour The starting salary is generally at the beginning of the salary range. Please note: This is a new advertisement for Fleet Maintenance Technician. You must apply if you are still interested in this position. Test Date: February 14, 2019. Note: Applicants are encouraged to apply immediately. This position will close when a preset number of qualified applications have been received. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
CITY OF EL PASO, TX El Paso, Texas, United States
Jan 10, 2019
Full Time
Requirements The City of El Paso, Texas is conducting a national search for the position of Comptroller. Reporting to the CFO/Deputy City Manager, the Comptroller is a key member of the City's financial management team and typical duties include developing, monitoring, and managing the City's day-to-day financial and accounting functions including financial reporting, cash management, transactions, and payment of the City's obligations, grants accounting, and reporting and fixed assets accounting. The Comptroller works with the City budget of All Funds of $895.5 million and supervises a small and very capable team of 37. This position requires a Bachelor's degree and at least 6 years of professional experience in state and/or local government accounting and/or audit and financial management including two years of management or supervisory experience. One of following three certificates are highly desired, but not required, by the time of appointment: Certified Public Accountant (CPA), Certified Public Finance Officer (CPFO), or Certified Government Finance Manager (CGFM). This position requires that the Comptroller must be bondable. General Purpose Under administrative direction, develop, monitor and manage the City's day to day financial and accounting functions including financial reporting, cash management, transactions and payment of the City's obligations, grants accounting and reporting and fixed asset accounting. Typical Duties Plan, organize, control and provide day to day direction of financial management functions including financial reporting, cash management, and fiscal operations.Involves:Maintenance of financial records, cash management, investments, certification of financial and tax data/reports, indirect cost plans, payment of the City's obligations, and grants accounting and reporting. Guide, coordinate and control assigned areas of fiscal activity such as accounting, accounts payable and receivable, financial reporting, payroll and investments.Involves:Review and evaluate service delivery methods and systems including administrative and control systems and internal relationships.Identify opportunities for improvement and recommend improvement to systems and standard operating procedures to enhance internal control.Establish performance goals for own staff, monitor progress, initiate action plans to evaluate and improve processes, service delivery and responsiveness to organizational needs, monitor and control security measures, inventories, information integrity, internal or external audit findings, or statutory requirements and compliance with professional standards. Provide administrative direction and support to subordinate managers.Involves:Provide budgetary guidance and track departmental budget issues; oversee and manage personnel issues.Monitor and approve allocation of operational expenses for assigned departments; prepare reports; maintain records and files. Oversee compliance with applicable laws, rules and regulations; preparation of annual financial report, and grant compliance and funding. Represent the City at various meetings and conferences and interact with a wide range of officials, department directors, coworkers and the public. Involves:Advise the Chief Financial Officer in a timely manner of situations or issues that have or could lead to deviation from expected results, and recommend appropriate solutions or options. Supervise assigned staff.Involves:Assign, schedule, guide and monitor work.Appraise employee performance and review evaluations by subordinates.Provide for staff training and development.Counsel, motivate and maintain harmony.Identify and resolve staff differences, conflicts and deficiencies.Interview applicants and approve hiring, termination, transfers, discipline, merit pay or other employee status changes.Enforce personnel rules and regulations and work behavior standards firmly and impartially. General Information How to Apply Candidates are encouraged to call Robert Burg, Ralph Andersen & Associates, at (916) 630-4900, with questions or to discuss the career opportunity further. Confidential inquiries are welcomed. Candidates are encouraged to express interest early in the process for optimal consideration. Review of resumes begins February 18, 2019.This recruitment is considered open until filled. Formal applications may be submitted via email to apply@ralphandersen.com and should include the following: Compelling cover letter Comprehensive resume; Salary history; and Six (6) professional references. The established salary range for the Comptroller is $103,025.36 to $161,749.81 per year including an excellent benefits package. Placement within the range is based on qualifications and experience. Ralph Andersen & Associates will conduct preliminary interviews as applications are received. Only the most highly qualified candidates will be invited for an on-site interview. The selection process may also involve a supplemental questionnaire. References will not be contacted until mutual interest has been established. Please visit Ralph Andersen & Associates website at https://www.ralphandersen.com/jobs/comptroller-el-paso-tx/ For a detailed brochure click here This recruitment will incorporate existing rules and regulations that govern public sector recruitments in the State of Texas. Information presented to the City of El Paso for consideration may be made available to the public, in accordance with public disclosure/open records laws. Closing Date/Time:
CITY OF EL PASO, TX El Paso, Texas, United States
Jan 17, 2019
Full Time
Requirements Candidate must have a High School Diploma or GED supplemented by postsecondary course work in Business or Public Administration, sociology, social work or psychology, plus two (2) years sub-professional personnel recruiting, public relations or social services program administrative support experience. Licenses and Certificates : Some positions may require a Texas Class "C" Driver's License or equivalent from another state. General Purpose Under general supervision, perform administrative support functions associated with coordinating specified public, social or welfare projects or work activities of own department or sub-recipient organizations that engage in or help strengthen and extend selected community volunteer services programs. Typical Duties Participate in volunteer recruitment campaigns. Involves: Confer with department management and other functionally responsible staff to ascertain organization workforce needs for various grant funded or other public services initiatives, and outreach plans for attracting interested volunteers. Speaks to community groups, delivering prescribed presentations to explain organization activities and role of volunteer programs, and invite applications for available projects in such areas as teaching, corrections, medical specialty or social work. Receive and respond to written or telephone inquiries from the public about serving as volunteers. Interview, screen, classify and refer applicants to approved non-profit sub-recipient agencies or department units for volunteer work based on information furnished regarding experience, capabilities, interests and availability. Write and arrange to publicize or distribute ordinary news releases and promotional information on volunteer programs, resource needs and services donated. Participate in volunteer orientation and in-service training. Involves: Explain meals, transportation and other reimbursements to volunteers. Introduce and acquaint volunteers with workstations and staff. Schedule attendance of class sessions to inform new recruits of policies, procedures, and standards of volunteer service, for on-the-job and other required training in specific assignments. Ensure arrangements for supervision and evaluation of volunteers are implemented prior to assignment in specific organization units. Assist with developing and organizing specified for volunteer program activities in accordance with clearly prescribed department or funding entity requirements and procedures. Prepare and maintain related procedural and training manuals. Participate in monitoring work and recognizing results of volunteers. Involves: Discuss job requirements and working conditions with sub-recipient organizations for selection and placement of volunteers. Check workstations for compliance with policies and agreements. Receive and review written reports and observe activities of volunteers to evaluate performance. Serve as liaison between administration, staff and volunteers, which includes conferring with volunteers to refer grievances or personnel problems to functionally responsible staff for resolution and to foster cooperation and interest. Assist with events to publicly acknowledge and reward accomplishments by volunteer workers. Collect and compile statistic, prepare periodic reports on extent, nature and value of volunteer services. Calculate and submit reimbursements to volunteers for approval. Prepare and maintain related personnel and activity credit records. General Information For a complete job specification, click here . Salary Range: $13.95 - $19.60 per hour The starting salary is generally at the beginning of the salary range. Test date: February 26, 2019. Note: Applicants with a foreign degree must have all relevant documents translated and evaluated by a College, University, or Credentials Evaluation Services Department prior to submitting them to the Human Resources Department. Note: Applicants are encouraged to apply immediately. This position will close once a preset number of qualified applications are received. Closing Date/Time: 1/22/2019 11:59 PM Mountain
CITY OF EL PASO, TX El Paso, Texas, United States
Jan 17, 2019
Full Time
Requirements Candidate must have a Bachelor's degree in Health Education, Community Health Education, Public Health Education, School Health Education, orBehavioral Sciences and two (2) years experience providing health education in a public health, clinic and/or school setting or direct contact experience with the public, patient or provider in a communicable disease control, epidemiology or preventive health program. Licenses and Certificates : Texas Class "C" Driver's License or equivalent from another state. General Purpose Under general supervision, develop, deliver and administer public health presentations, counseling, or outreach activities to individuals or groups in various settings or clinics on a variety of prevention programs to promote a healthy lifestyle. Typical Duties Research, plan, develop and conduct public health presentations. Involves: Prepare and present presentations on various public health topics to include, but not limited to, hygiene, nutrition, tobacco prevention, sexual health, child injury prevention, HIV/AIDS, obesity prevention, and infectious/communicable conditions, such as influenza. Create, use and/or modify educational materials for ethnically and racially diverse audiences. Organize and prepare materials on specific subjects of public health interest and utilize various resources such as audio-visuals, handouts, visual aides, etc. Conduct individual and group counseling sessions to specialized or high risk populations. Involves: Conduct client risk assessments, counseling, testing and referral services using individual-level and/or group-level counseling protocols and tools designed to help clients reduce risk of HIV, STDs, tobacco-related illness, child injury, obesity and other consequences of risky or unhealthy behaviors. May administer HIV tests using venipuncture or finger sticks. Provides referral for treatment, education, social services and other interventions as required by the program. Provide confidential follow up by telephone or field visit as required by the program. Conduct outreach to designated target populations to deliver prevention messages. Involves: Attend health fairs and other events targeting the general population or specific high risk groups. Prepare and handout literature, brochures, prevention materials and information related to a specific health topic. Promote community events, outreach activities, and campaigns. Market health education and Department of Health programs to increase utilization of services. Perform related, professional duties contributing to program goals. Involves: Collect, input, format and report information for various programs. Administer internal and external data collection instruments to include telephone interviews, printed surveys, electronic surveys and related evaluation tools. Submit monthly reports and required data and participate in meetings and conference calls. Attend required training set forth by the program in order to meet required program goal and deliverables. Work with community organizations, agencies and advocacy groups to accomplish program goals and serve on Ad Hoc committees. Provide designated support for special projects, audits or activities overseen by other staff or supervisor. Maintain records, filing systems and compile and organize information. General Information For complete job specification, click here . Salary Range: $37,356.18 - $49,347.52 per year. The starting salary is generally at the beginning of the salary range. Please note: This is an unclassified, contract position. Employment is predicated on continued state/federal funding. Note: Applicants are encouraged to apply immediately. This position will close when a preset number of qualified applications have been received. Note: Applicants with a foreign degree must have all relevant documents translated and evaluated by a College, University, or Credentials Evaluation Services Department prior to submitting them to the Human Resources Department. Closing Date/Time: 1/29/2019 11:59 PM Mountain
CITY OF EL PASO, TX El Paso, Texas, United States
Jan 17, 2019
Full Time
Requirements BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF CITY OF EL PASO EMPLOYEES RETIREMENT TRUST This is not a Civil Service Position Associates Degree in Business Administration or related field preferred, or five years of relevant experience in administrative practices and procedures related to personnel or retirement records. Bilingual English/Spanish is preferred. Requires strong communications skills, both verbal and written, organizational skills, problem solving skills and attention to detail. Exceptional customer service skills, over the phone and in person, with retirees, participants, and Trust employees. Must be computer proficient in Microsoft Office products to include Excel, Outlook, Word, PowerPoint and Publisher. Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to work well with all levels of management and staff. Ability to work independently and in a team environment. Ability to manage multiple tasks and achieve deadlines under pressure. Ability to interpret and understand city and retirement rules and policies. Ability to work with and handle confidential documents. Excellent time management skills and ability to prioritize work. Good knowledge of business arithmetic. Ability to use technological equipment needed for meetings and presentations. Schedule flexibility as overtime may be required with little or no notice. Occasional travel may be needed. Daily transportation, active driver's license and active auto insurance. General Purpose Under supervision, performs work in the administration of retirement benefits for participants in the City Employees Retirement Trust, maintains data and performs related duties as required. Incumbent will serve as the initial point of contact for retiree communications and will perform data entry tasks related to retirement payroll processing. Typical Duties The role of the City of El Paso Employees Retirement Trust is to provide secure retirement benefits, quality information concerning those benefits, and prompt professional and courteous service that meets the highest standards of excellence. In carrying out that role, the Board of Trustees and staff are committed to act for the exclusive benefit of the Trust and its participants, manage assets of the Trust prudently, and administer benefits with impartiality. Participates in the administration of the City of El Paso Employees Retirement Trust by facilitating the collection and entering of data necessary for processing the monthly retirement payroll. Data may be derived from various sources, including but not limited to, retirement applications, changes in retirement payroll deductions, changes in addresses, changes in taxes to be withheld and similar changes. Schedule appointments and assist walk-in retirees and participants in answering questions about the retirement trust. Maintain records related to the retirement payroll both electronically and in files within the office. Perform general clerical duties to include but not limited to photocopying, scanning, faxing and filing. Research pay records and data necessary for entering retirement pay data and information necessary to answer questions from participants and retirees. Respond to telephone inquiries in an accurate and timely manner. Coordinate efforts of the retirement trust office as well as the City's Human Resource and Office of the Comptroller when resolving retiree concerns. Assist the Pension Payroll/ Accounts Payable Specialist in entering data necessary to produce the monthly retiree payroll in a timely and accurate manner. Perform data entry and reconciliations of the monthly retirement payroll. Assist in updating the Trust's web page for items of retiree interest and in editing retiree publication as directed by the Board or the Executive Director. Participate in New Employee Orientation sessions by presenting to new hires facilitated by the City's benefits department. General Information Other Job Characteristics: Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships, while advocating for retiree issues, with fellow employees, officials and the general public Ability to understand and interpret data and rules and regulations Ability to reconcile reports and data Ability to communicate clearly and concisely both orally and in writing Ability to maintain and prepare reports Ability to produce newsletters and articles of interest for publication via the web or on paper Hiring Range: $32,740 - $36,014 Dependent on Qualifications Filing Period: January 17, 2019 - January 22, 2019 Applications can be submitted to the City of El Paso Careers website. The Board reserves the right to extend the deadline to submit applications. Applicants with college or university degrees are requested to attach a transcript with the application. Official transcripts will be asked for during final interviews. Please include salary expectation with application. Note: Applicants are encouraged to apply immediately. This position will close when a preset number of qualified applications have been received. Hiring Process: The administrative staff will evaluate applicants and applications.Interviews may be scheduled for some but not all candidates. Thesuccessful applicant will become a contract employee of the Board ofTrustees of City of El Paso Employees Retirement Trust and inure to onlythe benefits available to such employees. The successful candidate will berequired to comply with all of the Trusts Personnel Rules and Regulations asmay be amended. A copy of the Trusts Personnel Rules and Regulations isavailable in the office of the City of El Paso Employees Retirement Trust.The successful candidate will be required to pass a background check. Classification Status: In accordance with the Texas Public Information Act, information from your resume may be subject to release to the public. This is not a Civil Service Position. Successful applicant will be employed by the Board of Trustees of the City of El Paso Employees Retirement Trust as a contract employee. Any applicant currently employed by the City of El Paso will be required to terminate their current employment. Closing Date/Time: 1/22/2019 11:59 PM Mountain
CITY OF EL PASO, TX El Paso, Texas, United States
Jan 10, 2019
Full Time
Requirements Candidate must have a High School diploma or GED, and two (2) years of wastewater systems operations or maintenance experience. Licenses and Certificates :Class "C" Wastewater Certificate of Competency issued by the State of Texas required by time of appointment.Texas Class "C" Driver's License or equivalent from another state. General Purpose Under general supervision, sample and inspect manufacturing processes and food establishments, their wastewater treatment system(s) and sample their effluent. Typical Duties Sample and inspect manufacturing processes.Involves:Collect wastewater and sewage samples at business and industry discharge sites for toxins to ensure compliance with Federal, State and Local regulations.Place samplers and flow meters in sewer flows.Conduct random inspections using EPA approved procedures and equipment.Investigate types of treatment processes implemented by the industrial sites.Meet with business or industrial representatives to discuss findings and requirements to comply with regulations.Report violations of wastewater treatment rules and regulations to supervisor for corrective action.Inspect hauled waste to insure only non-hazardous waste is transported to treatment plants.Meet with laboratory staff to insure the chain of custody and collection of quality samples in order to use as evidence in a court-of-law.Operate, maintain composite sample machines and safety equipment.Prepare investigative reports.Maintain daily logs of inspections and findings. General Information For complete job specification, click here . Salary Range: $14.65- $20.59per hour The starting salary is generally at the beginning of the salary range. Test date:March 7, 2019 Note: Applicants with a foreign degree must have all relevant documents translated and evaluated by a College, University, or Credentials Evaluation Services Department prior to submitting them to the Human Resources Department Note: Applicants are encouraged to apply immediately. This position will close whena preset number of qualified applications have been received. Closing Date/Time: 1/22/2019 11:59 PM Mountain
CITY OF EL PASO, TX El Paso, Texas, United States
Dec 20, 2018
Temporary
Requirements Candidate must have one (1) year of experience operating light or medium trucks or related automotive equipment. Licenses and Certificates :Valid Texas Class "B" Commercial Driver's License or equivalent from another state. Special Requirements: Incumbents of positions requiring a CDL or of a safety sensitive nature are subject to drug and alcohol testing, and may be required to pass physical qualification examinations in accordance with federal regulations. General Purpose Under immediate supervision, attend and complete classroom and field training in the operation of Refuse Trucks and other related Solid Waste Equipment. Typical Duties Attend and complete classroom and field training in the operation of Refuse Trucks and related Solid Waste Equipment. Involves:Attend training in solid waste truck driver functions; personal protective equipment; safety and emergency practices; proper backing procedures; disposal procedures; performing pre/post trip inspections; defensive driving; departmental requirements; policies and procedures; solid waste ordinance; standard operating procedures; traffic laws; planning and executing collection routes; and public relations and customer service skills. General Information For complete job specification, click here . Salary Range: $10.36 - $13.67 The starting salary is generally at the beginning of the salary range. Test information: An evaluation of education and experience will be conducted on qualified applicants. Please note: This is a temporary position that may lead to a regular position with the City of El Paso. Note: Applicants are encouraged to apply immediately. This position will close when a preset number of qualified applications have been received. Note: Applicants with a foreign degree must have all relevant documents translated and evaluated by a college, university, or credentials evaluation services department prior to submitting them to the Human Resources Department. Closing Date/Time: