City of Buckeye, AZ

In Buckeye, we are committed to quality and service. To provide a safe, pleasant community for all citizens, we will:

  • Serve Buckeye through a variety of city services designed to promote quality of life
  • Ensure the safety of the community through aggressive public safety efforts and programs
  • Respond to the needs of the community by promoting communication, accessibility, pride and responsibility
  • Value the tax dollar and maintain a sound fiscal policy that provides for a vibrant economy
  • Incorporate safeguards to assure respect, fairness and equitable treatment of all present and future citizens
  • Continue to evaluate our services and ourselves to ensure quality, planned and managed growth
  • Endeavor to hire the best people we can find to help them develop their abilities

28 job(s) at City of Buckeye, AZ

City of Buckeye, AZ Water Resources Administrative 21749 W. Yuma Rd. Ste 107 Buckeye, Arizona, United States
May 11, 2022
Full Time
Position Scope GENERAL PURPOSE: Under general direction, manages the City's water resources, advises Management and Council, and ensures a sustainable water supply for the City. The position will provide management of water resource issues, including regulatory trends, opportunities for resource acquisition, long-range water rights, well location planning, obtaining the highest and best use of resources, and resource conservation efforts. The position will represent the City in meetings and negotiations with outside agencies and organizations, and developers and prepare monthly and annual reports and various applications and letters to regulatory agencies. The position is responsible for ensuring compliance with state and federal regulations, researching water resource issues, conducting policy analysis, preparing policy papers, briefings, memos, and exploring grant opportunities. This position develops hydrologic programs and data collection requirements; collects, interprets, and analyzes data regarding hydrologic systems. Participates in developing, designing, and implementing water supply and demand management strategies to achieve water resources and conservation goals. Primary Duties and Responsibilities The following duties ARE NOT intended to serve as a comprehensive list of all duties performed by all employees in this classification, only a representative summary of the primary duties and responsibilities. Incumbent(s) may not be required to perform all duties listed and may be required to perform additional, position-specific duties. Manages the City's water resources portfolio, including any Designation of Assured Water Supply, recharge, and well programs to ensure a long-term sustainable water supply in compliance with Arizona Revised Statutes Title 45 - Waters. Defines needs and designs programs for research and scientific hydrologic data collection; Represents the City in meetings and negotiations with agencies, water organizations, and developers. Organizations may include ADWR, ADEQ, Arizona Municipal Water Users Association, West Valley Water Association, Salt River Project, Central Arizona Project, etc. Advises City management on water resources issues, including regulatory trends, resource acquisitions, supply reductions, future costs, etc. Assists with groundwater well planning and technical analysis. This may include siting studies, hydrogeological testing, and land acquisition for future well sites. Researches and plans future system and facilities requirements related to the City's system of new water supply and groundwater recharge facilities, including hydrological planning for major well construction and related capital development and maintenance programs; Prepares plans and specifications for the construction of wells and related waterworks engineering projects; Supervises staff in the Water Services Department by planning and prioritizing tasks, ensuring policy and procedure compliance, recommending changes and adjustments, and monitoring staff performance and development. Researches and identifies project design requirements; Conducts computer modeling to determine design requirements and parameters; Analyzes field geology and drilling conditions for well design parameters; Analyzes field hydrology data to determine pumping equipment design requirements and parameters Evaluates the applicability of new well designs and hydrologic techniques for use by the City; reviews and recommends modifications to designs and plans to ensure conformance with city requirements and standards and applicable state law and regulation; prepares estimates of project schedule and material costs. Monitors well construction in progress to ensure compliance with approved plans, specifications, and standards; supervises, oversees, and coordinates the work of hydrological services consultants during well construction to ensure compliance with specifications and standard construction practices as well as safety of site personnel; prepares agreements, reviews and approves monthly billings for inspection services; conducts pre-construction meetings with hydrological services consultants to establish a coordinated approach to inspection and compliance with contract specifications; coordinates and evaluates testing of newly constructed wells; performs final acceptance of the completed project. Analyzes water use patterns and conducts studies and cost/benefit analyses for water demand management alternatives; Reviews City policies, procedures, and regulations affecting water use and recommends new or revised policies, procedures, and regulations to support water resource or conservation goals; Prepares annual water withdrawal reports and maintains City's assured water supply status. Coordinates implementation of water management measures that would affect City programs, policies, or ordinances; Produces written materials for City Council, other staff, news media, and the general public; Develops measurement criteria and analyzes results to determine the effectiveness of assigned programs; Demonstrates continuous effort to improve operations, decrease turnaround times, streamline work processes, and work cooperatively and jointly to provide quality, seamless customer service; Performs other duties as assigned or required. Minimum Qualifications & Position Requirements Education and Experience: Bachelor's Degree in Hydrology, Geology, Environmental Law or Planning, Natural Resources, or related science field, and five years of professional experience in hydrology, water resource management, planning; OR an equivalent combination of education and experience. Necessary Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: Knowledge of: City organization, goals, policies, and procedures. State and Federal laws, regulatory agencies, and other resources for Water programs. Program planning and management principles. Arizona Department of Environmental Quality & Environmental Protection Agency rules and regulations. Skill in: Interpreting, understanding, and applying Water standards and procedures, applicable Federal and state rules and regulations, and City policies and procedures. Establishing cooperative working relationships with employees and City staff. Managing, coordinating staff, and delegating tasks and authority. Assessing community needs and developing solutions. Promoting and enforcing safe work practices. Effective oral and written communication. Additional Information Special Requirements: Possession of a valid Arizona Drivers License Physical Demands / Work Environment: Work is performed outdoors, at public facilities, and standard office environment. Reports To: Director FLSA Status: Exempt Employee Benefits & Wellness The City offers a comprehensive benefits package to full-time classified and management employees. Part-time classified employees may be eligible for select benefits where defined. For complete Benefit Plan & Wellness Information, please visit the City website at: Benefits & Wellness City benefit plans are subject to change at any time. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
City of Buckeye, AZ Buckeye, Arizona, United States
May 08, 2022
Full Time
Position Scope Under general supervision, performs standard police work in the protection of life and property through the enforcement of laws and ordinances, generally consisting of routine patrol, preliminary investigations and traffic regulation duties. Primary Duties and Responsibilities The following duties ARE NOT intended to serve as a comprehensive list of all duties performed by all employees in this classification, only a representative summary of the primary duties and responsibilities. Incumbent(s) may not be required to perform all duties listed and may be required to perform additional, position-specific duties. Patrols and provides security for assigned areas, looking for unusual or suspicious activities or persons; provides scene security and protection for Fire and medical personnel. Patrols the city to respond to citizens' requests for assistance, enforce traffic regulations, detect crime, apprehend violators, and ensure public safety. Maintains vehicle and equipment according to Department standards. Enforces local, state and federal laws, and municipal code. Responds to emergency and non-emergency calls for service; interrogates and communicates with victims, witnesses and suspects in cases. Completes detailed reports and required paperwork. Arrests law violators; transports and processes suspects, victims and prisoners; serves arrest and search warrants; serves and enforces orders of protection. Represents the City police at court hearings; prepares reports and testifies in court cases. Investigates crimes and accidents as required; secures and processes crime and accident scenes; identifies and collects evidence. Presents education and information through community and school awareness projects; counsels citizens on law enforcement activities, programs and referral resources. Assists other Police personnel, outside organizations and businesses, and Federal, state and local law enforcement organizations. Maintains the integrity, professionalism, philosophies, attitudes, and values of the Police Department by assuring that all rules and regulations are followed. May work special assignments including, but not limited to, Special Investigations, Training Officer, Terrorism Liaison Officer, Traffic Unit Officer, Public Liaison Officer, School Resource Officer, etc. Performs other duties as assigned or required. Minimum Qualifications & Position Requirements Education and Experience: In-State Laterals (Current AZPOST Certification) High school diploma or GED equivalent; completion of Arizona POST Academy; completion of an FTO program and probation period; and currently certified as an AZPOST Peace Officer with two consecutive years as a full-time sworn police officer. Out-of-State Laterals (Waiver Process Required) High school diploma or GED equivalent; completion of Arizona POST Academy OR other law enforcement academy with substantially similar curricula; completion of an FTO program and probation period; and current or previous experience of two consecutive years as a full-time sworn police officer. Continued employment is contingent upon AZPOST-approval of waiver application. NECESSARY SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES: Knowledge of: Police Department policies and procedures City, county, state and federal laws, regulations and ordinances The geography of the city and surrounding areas, and the location of important buildings and landmarks Criminal justice and court systems, procedures and protocols Investigative procedures, and protocols for observation of critical details Hazardous chemicals and materials, first aid and CPR Basic criminal law, including the apprehension, arrest, and custody of persons committing misdemeanors and felonies, and the preservation and presentation of evidence in traffic and criminal cases Principles of record keeping and records management Skill in: Interpreting laws and regulations, making independent decisions, maintaining composure, and working effectively under stressful conditions and emergency situations Exercising controlled discretion in communicating with criminal suspects, and mediating difficult situations Gathering and evaluating facts and evidence, drawing logical conclusions and making proper recommendations Using and maintaining a variety of firearms and special law enforcement equipment Operating motor vehicles during emergency, high-risk situations Interacting with people of different social, economic, and ethnic backgrounds Operating a personal computer and software applications Following and effectively communicating verbal and written instructions Additional Information Arizona Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST) certification; must possess State of Arizona Driver's license, and clear criminal record. Ability to type 20 words per minute preferred. Must successfully pass pre-employment screening, including a thorough background investigation, medical, polygraph and psychological exam. Elements of the Selection Process: Physical fitness testing consisting of the AZPOST POPAT with push-ups, sit-ups and 1.5 mile run Oral board-panel interview Background Investigation consisting of interview, polygraph, psychological, and medical Expected Duration Processes can generally take from one to six months from application to appointment depending on factors such as number of vacancies, number of applicants, etc. Except when otherwise notified due to permanent disqualification, candidates may reapply at any time Employee Benefits & Wellness The City offers a comprehensive benefits package to full-time classified and management employees. Part-time classified employees may be eligible for select benefits where defined. For complete Benefit Plan & Wellness Information, please visit the City website at: Benefits & Wellness City benefit plans are subject to change at any time. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
City of Buckeye, AZ Public Works: 23454 MC 85 Buckeye, Arizona, United States
May 08, 2022
Full Time
Position Scope Performs skilled and semi skilled work of moderate difficulty in the installation, maintenance and repair of traffic signal and intelligent transportation systems equipment, the testing of signal cabinets and the locating of signal and communication lines. Primary Duties and Responsibilities The following duties ARE NOT intended to serve as a comprehensive list of all duties performed by all employees in this classification, only a representative summary of the primary duties and responsibilities. Incumbent(s) may not be required to perform all duties listed and may be required to perform additional, position-specific duties. Constructs new signalized intersections including installation of underground conduit, pull boxes and intelligent transportation system (ITS) equipment, the preparation and installation of poles, mast arms and luminaries; the wiring of cabinets, signal heads, pedestrian signal heads and terminal boxes. May learn to assist ITS Technicians in operating, installing, maintaining, troubleshooting, testing, replacing and repairing malfunctioning fiber optic, microwave communication system devices, closed circuit television cameras, dynamic message signs, electronic and computer equipment. Performs scheduled preventive maintenance checks (Class A) at signalized intersections including testing equipment in the signal control cabinet for proper operation and time setting; testing and recording voltage and current usage; and checking field equipment for proper head alignment, pole plumbness, missing material or visible damage. Performs scheduled preventive maintenance checks (Class C) at signalized intersections including cleaning signal heads and lenses; checking heads, frame works, poles and mast arms for wear and alignment; anchor bolts and mast arm bolts for proper tightening; push button stations for proper operation and for proper intersection operation. Performs scheduled preventive maintenance checks (Class D) at signalized intersections including removing deteriorating paint, patching holes and applying new paint. Performs modifications and operational tests in the shop on traffic signal cabinets received for stock or field installation; completes and files completed test forms. Locates and marks underground traffic signal and fiber communication lines and equipment citywide at signalized intersections for blue stake requests. Repairs or replaces equipment in the field on an emergency basis due to storm or accident damage, faulty equipment, burned out lamps or other electrical or equipment problems. Modernizes or revamps existing intersections by installing new equipment while existing signals are still in operation. Operates construction and maintenance equipment such as platform trucks, bucket trucks, concrete saws, underground piercing drills and electrical test meters. Hang overhead signs, banners and lights for other departments. Places barricading and traffic control devices to provide for a safe work environment. Inspects traffic signal and intelligent transportation systems work performed by contractors. Coordinates with contractors when construction activities impact traffic signals or intelligent transportation systems infrastructure. Performs other related duties as required. Minimum Qualifications & Position Requirements MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Education and Experience: High school diploma or GED and two years experience as a certified International Municipal Signals Association (IMSA) Traffic Signal Technician Level I; OR an equivalent combination of education and experience. Advanced (Journeyman level) course work in electricity and construction preferred. Necessary Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Knowledge of: Methods, materials and equipment used in the installation, maintenance and repair of traffic signal equipment. Electricity and electrical systems common to traffic control devices. Hazards and necessary safety precautions involved in working with electricity. Skill in: Operations of various types of construction and maintenance equipment. Performing electrical wiring and traffic signal maintenance. Ability to: Understand and follow oral and written instructions and to work from plans and drawings. Carry out an effective preventive maintenance program. Establish and maintain positive, effective working relationships with those contacted in the performance of work. Additional Information Special Requirements: Must possess and maintain a valid Arizona Commercial Driver's License Class B (CDL) including appropriate endorsement(s). Must be a certified International Municipal Signal Association (IMSA) Traffic Signal Field Technician Level II, including all prerequisites. Additional certification as an IMSA Roadway Lighting Technician I is desired. Work Schedule: Generally Monday - Thursday Work hours to be established based on department needs. On-call after hours, weekends, and holidays required. Employee Benefits & Wellness The City offers a comprehensive benefits package to full-time classified and management employees. Part-time classified employees may be eligible for select benefits where defined. For complete Benefit Plan & Wellness Information, please visit the City website at: Benefits & Wellness City benefit plans are subject to change at any time. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
City of Buckeye, AZ Water Resources Administrative 21749 W. Yuma Rd. Ste 107 Buckeye, Arizona, United States
May 08, 2022
Full Time
Position Scope ***RECRUITMENT IS OPEN UNTIL FILLED*** Under supervision, performs routine semi-skilled and skilled maintenance, repairs and operations of wastewater treatment plants, water production sites; water distribution lines and collections systems. Primary Duties and Responsibilities The following duties ARE NOT intended to serve as a comprehensive list of all duties performed by all employees in this classification, only a representative summary of the primary duties and responsibilities. Incumbent(s) may not be required to perform all duties listed and may be required to perform additional, position-specific duties. Samples/monitors water and wastewater using specialized equipment. Operates, maintains, monitors and adjusts a variety of equipment, including pumps, motors, gauges, meters, aerators, blowers, chlorinators, chemical feeds, sludge equipment and the SCADA system to ensure treated water meets City, County and State quality standards. Performs daily facility inspections by visually checking, equipment, machinery, chemical levels and related systems to ensure proper operation and to detect equipment failures, potential leaks or other problems. Operates wastewater treatment and sludge processing disposal equipment. Performs semi-skilled and skilled construction, maintenance and manual labor; duties will vary according to job assignment. Operates a variety of trucks and equipment in accordance with all safety regulations and procedures. Performs routine wastewater or water line repairs and maintenance; plumbing work; installs and repairs water and sewer lines. Collects and delivers water and wastewater samples to laboratory. Completes required daily documentation, logs and reports. Picks up and delivers materials as directed. Must be available for emergency, on-call rotation. Performs field test for physical or chemical parameters Performs daily entry and record keeping Performs other duties as assigned or required. Minimum Qualifications & Position Requirements Education and Experience: High School diploma or GED equivalent. Two (2) years of skilled water/wastewater equipment maintenance or operations experience; OR equivalent combination of education and experience providing the skills, knowledge and ability to perform the required job duties. Necessary Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Knowledge of: City policies and procedures. Principles and practices of water and wastewater operations. Equipment maintenance and repair methods and materials. Safety standards and practices. Traffic laws and rules involved in vehicle and equipment operation. Principles of basic documentation and record keeping. Skill in: Safe and efficient operation of trucks and equipment according to standard operating and safety procedures. Reading and interpreting maps, technical specifications and operations manuals for vehicles and equipment. Following and effectively communicating verbal and written instructions. Ability to: Create and maintain accurate information. Observe, compare and monitor data to determine compliance with prescribed operating, regulatory or safety standards. Enter data or information using a terminal, PC or other keyboard device. Learn new computer applications. Move heavy objects (50 pounds or more) short distances (20 feet or less). Perceive the full range of the color spectrum Work outside on uneven surfaces in extreme temperatures. Additional Information Special Requirements: Grade II Certification, from the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality in one or more of the following disciplines: Water Distribution, Water/Wastewater Treatment or Wastewater Collection. Grade III Wastewater Collection Certification is preferred. After-hours, shift, weekends and on-call work may be required. This position requires employees to be on-call on a rotating basis. On-call employees must be available to respond to the job-site within one (1) hour from the time they receive the call. Possession of a valid Arizona Driver's License is required. Possession of a valid Arizona Commercial Driver's License or the ability to obtain one in 6 months may be required. Physical Demands / Work Environment: Work is performed outdoors, in inclement weather and in public facilities. Reports To: Water Resources Supervisor, or other supervisory staff Supervision Exercised: None FLSA Status: Non-exempt Employee Benefits & Wellness The City offers a comprehensive benefits package to full-time classified and management employees. Part-time classified employees may be eligible for select benefits where defined. For complete Benefit Plan & Wellness Information, please visit the City website at: Benefits & Wellness City benefit plans are subject to change at any time. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
City of Buckeye, AZ City Hall: 530 E. Monroe Avenue Buckeye, Arizona, United States
May 08, 2022
Full Time
Position Scope **RECRUITMENT IS OPEN UNTIL FILLED** Under general supervision, analyzes reviews and interprets complex construction plans and related documents, including the review of structural, and hydraulic calculations and building, electrical, plumbing, and mechanical codes, to ensure compliance of proposed construction with applicable codes/ordinances. Primary Duties and Responsibilities The following duties ARE NOT intended to serve as a comprehensive list of all duties performed by all employees in this classification, only a representative summary of the primary duties and responsibilities. Incumbent(s) may not be required to perform all duties listed and may be required to perform additional, position-specific duties. Performs technical review of building and construction plans for compliance with City and other applicable building codes, including but not limited to architectural, structural, electrical, plumbing, mechanical, energy conservation, fuel gas, American Disabilities Act (ADA) and other applicable codes. Interprets codes and regulations related to plan review and construction projects; researches and brings forward recommendations on code interpretation for Buckeye residential and commercial buildings. Provides customer service and information to the general public in matters relating to construction plans and code requirements. Verifies receipt of all required documentation from customers, and contacts customers regarding missing items. Conducts field/site visits when needed; inspects sites to identify potential construction difficulties due to existing items not reflected on construction plans. Approves or denies plans as appropriate; signs off on approved plans; obtains signatures for approved plans and legal documents. Consults with architects, engineers, designers, contractors and homeowners concerning deficiencies with structural and non-structural requirements; explains codes and regulations. Assists building inspectors on difficult or unusual code requirements for residential structures. Researches alternate products, materials and methods of construction for compliance, and make recommendations to the Building Official. Provides coordination with City Fire Department regarding fire and life safety issues. Submits reports detailing items of noncompliance to applicant or agent for correction. Maintains records and files associated with examining process and problems encountered. Maintains plan review data status on computer; updates status as necessary. Performs other duties as assigned or required. Minimum Qualifications & Position Requirements Education and Experience: Associate's degree in building construction, engineering, architecture, fire science or related field; or two years experience in plan review, building inspection, fire inspections or construction contracting management or any equivalent combination of education and experience. N ecessary Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Knowledge of: Municipal policies and procedures. Federal, state and local building, zoning, housing and safety laws, rules ordinances, codes and regulations. International Building Code, International Plumbing Code, International Mechanical Code, International Fuel Gas Code, International Energy Conservation Code, National Electric Code, American Disabilities Act (ADA) and related state and local regulations and other ICC family of codes. Materials and methods of building construction. Engineering mathematics and structural engineering principles in the design and installation of mechanical equipment and systems in buildings. Structural principles and practices applicable to residential and commercial buildings. Principles of record keeping and records management. Skill in: Establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with co-workers, other agencies and the public. Operating a personal computer utilizing a variety of business software. Ability to: Follow written and oral instructions. Apply engineering knowledge and follow proper plan check techniques to examine workmanship and materials; and detect deviations from plans, regulations, and standard construction practices. Read and interpret legal and property descriptions, ordinance and code documents, technical and instructional documents, and building plans, blueprints, and diagrams. Interpret and apply federal, state, and local laws, codes, and ordinances. Explain code requirements and plan review procedures to persons with various backgrounds. Successfully resolve problems with a diverse group of people. Work independently and perform tasks involving numerous details. Concentrate and be accurate in the complete analysis and interpretation of a set of highly technical construction documents. Perform mathematical and engineering calculations relating to the review of construction and building plans and blueprints. Operate a motor vehicle. Additional Information S pecial Requirements: Must possess and maintain a valid Arizona Drivers License. Must possess and maintain International Code Council (ICC) Commercial Plans Examiner Certification and obtain and maintain an additional International Code Council (ICC) certification within one year of hire. P h y sical Demands / Work Environment: Standard office environment with occasional field inspections. R eports To: Deputy Director of Administration or designee S upervision Exercised: None F LSA Status: Non-exempt Employee Benefits & Wellness The City offers a comprehensive benefits package to full-time classified and management employees. Part-time classified employees may be eligible for select benefits where defined. For complete Benefit Plan & Wellness Information, please visit the City website at: Benefits & Wellness City benefit plans are subject to change at any time. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
City of Buckeye, AZ Buckeye, Arizona, United States
May 08, 2022
Full Time
Position Scope Train as an entry-level recruit for promotion to Police Officer upon police academy graduation. Police Officer salary range: $28.76 - $40.84 Recruits are required to attend the Police Academy for training in community relations, patrol methods, traffic control, causes of criminality, courtroom procedures, investigating methods, fingerprinting and other crime prevention/law enforcement topics through classroom training and field observation. After successful completion of the police academy, employees are promoted to the position of Police Officer. Primary Duties and Responsibilities The following duties ARE NOT intended to serve as a comprehensive list of all duties performed by all employees in this classification, only a representative summary of the primary duties and responsibilities. Incumbent(s) may not be required to perform all duties listed and may be required to perform additional, position-specific duties. Perform standard police work in the protection of life and property through the enforcement of laws and ordinances, generally consisting of routine patrol, preliminary investigations and traffic regulation duties. Patrol and provide security for assigned areas, looking for unusual or suspicious activities or persons; provide scene security and protection for Fire and Medical personnel. Patrol the city to respond to citizens' requests for assistance, enforce traffic regulations, detect crime, apprehend violators, and ensure public safety. Maintain vehicle and equipment according to Department standards. Enforce local, state and federal laws, and municipal code. Respond to emergency and non-emergency calls for service; interrogate and communicate with victims, witnesses and suspects in cases. Complete detailed reports and required paperwork. Arrest law violators; transport and process suspects, victims and prisoners; serve arrest and search warrants; serve and enforce orders of protection. Represent the city and police at court hearings; prepare reports and testify in court cases. Investigate crimes and accidents as required; secure and process crime and accident scenes; identify and collect evidence. Present education and information through community and school awareness projects; counsel citizens on law enforcement activities, programs and referral resources. Assist other police personnel, outside organizations and businesses, and federal, state and local law enforcement organizations. Maintain regular and reliable attendance. Maintain the integrity, professionalism, philosophies, attitudes, and values of the Police Department by assuring that all rules and regulations are followed. Performs other duties as assigned or required. Minimum Qualifications & Position Requirements Education and Experience: High School diploma, GED or equivalent NECESSARY SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES: Knowledge of Police Department policies and procedures. Knowledge of city, county, state and federal laws, regulations and ordinances. Knowledge of the geography of the city and surrounding areas, and the location of important buildings and landmarks. Knowledge of the criminal justice and court systems, procedures and protocols. Knowledge of investigative procedures, and protocols for observation of critical details. Knowledge of hazardous chemicals and materials, first aid and CPR. Knowledge of basic criminal law, including the apprehension, arrest, and custody of persons committing misdemeanors and felonies, and the preservation and presentation of evidence in traffic and criminal cases. Knowledge of the principles of record keeping and records management. Skill in interpreting laws and regulations, making independent decisions, maintaining composure, and working effectively under stressful conditions and emergency situations. Skill in exercising controlled discretion in communicating with criminal suspects, and mediating difficult situations. Skill in gathering and evaluating facts and evidence, drawing logical conclusions and making proper recommendations. Skill in using and maintaining a variety of firearms and special law enforcement equipment. Skill in operating motor vehicles during emergency, high-risk situations. Skill in interacting with people of different social, economic, and ethnic backgrounds. Skill in operating a personal computer and software applications. Skill in following and effectively communicating verbal and written instructions. Additional Information Must be 21 years of age prior to graduation of the police academy; a U.S. Citizen; possess a valid Arizona Driver's License, and clear criminal record. Ability to type 20 words per minute preferred. Must successfully pass a pre-employment screening, to include a comprehensive background investigation, medical exam, polygraph and psychological exam. Elements of the Selection Process: Physical fitness testing consisting of the AZPOST POPAT with push-ups, sit-ups and 1.5 mile run Written testing consisting of reading comprehension, math, grammar and writing mechanics Oral board-panel interview Background Investigation consisting of interview, polygraph, psychological, and medical Expected Duration Processes can generally take from one to six months from application to appointment depending on factors such as number of vacancies, number of applicants, etc. Except when otherwise notified due to permanent disqualification, candidates may reapply at any time Employee Benefits & Wellness The City offers a comprehensive benefits package to full-time classified and management employees. Part-time classified employees may be eligible for select benefits where defined. For complete Benefit Plan & Wellness Information, please visit the City website at: Benefits & Wellness City benefit plans are subject to change at any time. Closing Date/Time:
City of Buckeye, AZ Water Resources Administrative 21749 W. Yuma Rd. Ste 107 Buckeye, Arizona, United States
May 08, 2022
Full Time
Position Scope **RECRUITMENT IS OPEN UNTIL FILLED** Under close supervision, performs routine semi-skilled and skilled maintenance, repairs and operations of water production sites water distribution lines, wastewater treatment facilities orcollections systems and lines. Primary Duties and Responsibilities The following duties ARE NOT intended to serve as a comprehensive list of all duties performed by all employees in this classification, only a representative summary of the primary duties and responsibilities. Incumbent(s) may not be required to perform all duties listed and may be required to perform additional, position-specific duties. Samples/monitors water and wastewater using specialized equipment. Performs routine water line repairs and maintenance; plumbing work; installs and repairs water and sewer lines; installs, maintains and repairs water meters and hydrants. Performs daily facility inspections of well sites, water production sites, wastewater treatment facilities, and collection systems. Operates wastewater treatment and sludge processing disposal equipment. Operates a variety of equipment including; pumps, motors, chlorinators, meters, air compressors, blowers, valves and gates. Operates a variety of trucks and equipment in accordance with all safety regulations and procedures. Performs semi-skilled and skilled construction, maintenance and manual labor; duties will vary according to job assignment. Collects and delivers water and wastewater samples to laboratory. Picks up and delivers materials as directed. Completes required daily documentation, logs and reports. Must be available for emergency on call rotation. Performs field tests for physical or chemical parameters. Performs daily data entry and record keeping. Performs other duties as assigned or required. Minimum Qualifications & Position Requirements Education and Experience: High School diploma or GED equivalent; and possession of a Water/Wastewater Operator I Certification from ADEQ or the ability to acquire within one year of hire; OR equivalent combination of education and experience. One (1) year of water/wastewater maintenance and operations experience preferred. Necessary Knowledge, Skills Set and Abilities: Knowledge of: City policies and procedures. Principles and practices of water and wastewater operations. Equipment maintenance and repair methods and materials. Safety standards and practices. Traffic laws and rules involved in vehicle and equipment operation. Principles of basic documentation and record keeping. Skill in: Safe and efficient operation of vehicles and equipment according to standard operating and safety procedures. Reading and interpreting maps, technical specifications and operations manuals for vehicles and operational equipment. Interpreting and effectively communicating both verbal and written instructions. Ability to: Create and maintain accurate information. Observe, compare, and monitor data to determine compliance with prescribed operating, regulatory or safety standards. Enter data or information using a terminal, PC or other keyboard device. Learn new computer applications. Move heavy objects (50 pounds or more) short distances (20 feet or less). Perceive the full range of the color spectrum. Work outside on uneven surfaces in extreme temperatures. Additional Information Special Requirements: Grade I Certification, from the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality in one or more of the following disciplines: Water Distribution, Water/Wastewater Treatment or Wastewater Collection or the ability to acquire within one (1) year of employment. After-hours, shift, weekends and on-call work may be required. This position requires employees to be on-call on a rotating basis. On-call employees must be available to respond to the job-site within one (1) hour from the time they receive the call. Possession of a valid Arizona Driving License is required. Possession of a valid Arizona Commercial Driver's License or the ability to obtain one in 6 months may be required. Physical Demands / Work Environment: Work is performed outdoors in inclement weather and in public facilities. Reports To: Water Resources Supervisor or other supervisory staff. Supervision Exercised: None FLSA Status: Non-exempt Employee Benefits & Wellness The City offers a comprehensive benefits package to full-time classified and management employees. Part-time classified employees may be eligible for select benefits where defined. For complete Benefit Plan & Wellness Information, please visit the City website at: Benefits & Wellness City benefit plans are subject to change at any time. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
City of Buckeye, AZ Water Resources Administrative 21749 W. Yuma Rd. Ste 107 Buckeye, Arizona, United States
May 08, 2022
Full Time
Position Scope ***RECRUITMENT IS OPEN UNTIL FILLED*** The City of Buckeye is seeking a Senior Civil Engineer with experience in all aspects of water and wastewater utility service. Primary Duties and Responsibilities The following duties are not intended to serve as a comprehensive list of all duties performed by an employee in this classification, only a representative summary of the primary duties and responsibilities. Incumbent(s) may not be required to perform all duties listed, and may be required to perform additional position-specific duties. Reviews detailed plans, specifications, and estimates for various projects for conformance to City policy and applicable codes and ordinances. Provides input on development of scope of work for departmental projects. Makes technical reviews and provides recommendations regarding designs prepared by consulting engineers and architects. Makes recommendations regarding infrastructure needs and utility policies and procedures. Oversees the department's GIS system and staff. Provides technical engineering/operational analysis of proposed projects; evaluates need for design changes and makes recommendations. Participate in the conceptualization, review and approval of private development engineering plans relative to infrastructure. Provides operational review of plans for compliance to ADEQ regulations and operational considerations. Demonstrates superior seamless customer service, integrity, and commitment to innovation, efficiency, and fiscal responsibility. Represents the Department on various internal and external technical committees. Performs other related duties as required. Assists with strategic planning for utility improvements and the development of the Capital Improvement Plan. Researches, compiles, and presents technical engineering reports to various state agencies. Evaluates system performance to identify potential improvements, identifies and recommends procedural or policy changes to optimize water and wastewater system operation, reduce energy and chemical usage, and other operating and maintenance costs. Performs asset management related activities including condition assessments, reports and budget input. Coordinates and manages system water and wastewater master planning efforts. Works with management on various development projects. Recommends, develops, implements, and maintains various tracking systems for development and operations projects and processes. Serves as a technical resource to management and operations staff. Minimum Qualifications & Position Requirements MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Education and Experience: A Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in Civil or Environmental Engineering or related field and five (5) years of professional experience, preferably in water and wastewater utility industry; OR an equivalent combination of education and experience. Arizona Department of Environmental Quality operator certifications are preferred. Necessary Knowledge, Skill and Ability: Knowledge of: Engineering principles, practices, analysis and regulations as applied to the specific areas of water, wastewater, reclamation, and reuse project design, review, and field engineering. Local, county, state, and federal laws and regulations relating to construction activities, the environment, and various City programs. Design and operation of groundwater wells and water treatment plants. Design and operation of water distribution and sewer collection systems. Design and operation of wastewater treatment and reclaimed water facilities. Skill and Ability to: Apply civil engineering principles, methods, and techniques to theoretical and practical problems with versatility, judgment, and perception. Organize, analyze, interpret, and evaluate scientific problems and provide practical, cost effective solutions. Keep abreast of changes in scientific knowledge and engineering technology in order to utilize such changes in solution of theoretical or practical civil engineering problems. Produce written documents with clearly organized thoughts using proper English sentence construction, punctuation, and grammar. Communicate orally with other City employees, contractors, governmental groups or the public in face-to-face one-on-one settings, or using a telephone. Use a personal computer and applications such as MSWord, Excel, Powerpoint, and GIS in performing duties. Make engineering computations and check, design and prepare engineering plans, studies, profiles and maps. Deal effectively with developers, builders, engineers, architects, and the general public. Establish and maintain effective working relationships with City staff, public officials, outside public agencies, and the public. Compile and analyze technical data. Exercise sound judgment in decision making. Additional Information Special Requirements: Must be registered in the State of Arizona as a Professional Engineer within one year of hire. Possession of a valid Arizona driver's license. Physical Requirements/Work Environment: Work is performed in an office setting and outdoors in inclement weather at public facilities. Requires vision (which may be corrected) to read small print. Required to attend periodic evening meetings and/or to travel within and out of City boundaries to attend meetings. Report To: Water Resources Director or Designee Supervision Exercised: None FLSA Status: Exempt Employee Benefits & Wellness The City offers a comprehensive benefits package to full-time classified and management employees. Part-time classified employees may be eligible for select benefits where defined. For complete Benefit Plan & Wellness Information, please visit the City website at: Benefits & Wellness City benefit plans are subject to change at any time. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
City of Buckeye, AZ Buckeye, Arizona, United States
May 08, 2022
Full Time
Position Scope Under general supervision, performs standard police work in the protection of life and property through the enforcement of laws and ordinances. Plans and executes investigative strategies and approaches primarily related to major criminal investigations, including officer involved shootings, sex crimes, and homicides. Primary Duties and Responsibilities The following duties ARE NOT intended to serve as a comprehensive list of all duties performed by all employees in this classification, only a representative summary of the primary duties and responsibilities. Incumbent(s) may not be required to perform all duties listed and may be required to perform additional, position-specific duties. Investigates assigned cases, including sex crimes and homicides. Interviews complainants, witnesses, informants, suspects, City employees, and outside law enforcement officials. Conducts follow-up investigations and interviews complainants, victims, witnesses, informants and suspects. Analyzes documentary materials including complex police investigations and supporting documentation. Prepares oral and written reports relating to a wide variety of law enforcement practices and procedures. Responds to citizens' requests for assistance, detects crime, apprehends violators, and ensures public safety. Communicates with victims, witnesses and suspects in cases. Maintains grooming standards, equipment, and vehicle according to department standards. Acts as liaison for department staff, outside agencies, and citizens making appropriate referrals. Enforces local, state and federal laws, and municipal code. Responds to emergency and non-emergency calls for service; interrogates and communicates with victims, witnesses and suspects in cases. Completes detailed reports and required paperwork. Arrests law violators; transports and processes suspects, victims and prisoners; serves arrest and search warrants; serves and enforces orders of protection. Represents the City police at court hearings; prepares reports and testifies in court cases. Investigates crimes and accidents as required; secures and processes crime and accident scenes; identifies and collects evidence. Presents education and information through community and school awareness projects; counsels citizens on law enforcement activities, programs and referral resources. Assists other Police personnel, outside organizations and businesses, and Federal, state and local law enforcement organizations. Maintains the integrity, professionalism, philosophies, attitudes, and values of the Police Department by assuring that all rules and regulations are followed. May work special assignments including, but not limited to, Patrol, Training Officer, Terrorism Liaison Officer, Traffic Unit Officer, Public Liaison Officer, School Resource Officer, etc. Performs other duties as assigned or required. Minimum Qualifications & Position Requirements Education and Experience: I n-State Laterals (Current AZPOST Certification) High school diploma or GED equivalent; current or prior Arizona Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST) certification (or out-of-state current or prior certification); completion of Arizona POST Academy; completion of an FTO program and probation period; and currently certified as an AZPOST Peace Officer with two consecutive years as a full-time sworn police officer. Preferred: Police Officer investigative experience working with officer involved shootings, sex crimes, or homicides. Out-of-State Laterals (Waiver Process Required) High school diploma or GED equivalent; completion of Arizona POST Academy OR other law enforcement academy with substantially similar curricula; completion of an FTO program and probation period; and current or previous experience of two consecutive years as a full-time sworn police officer. Continued employment is contingent upon AZPOST-approval of waiver application. NECESSARY SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES: Knowledge of: Police Department policies and procedures City, county, state and federal laws, regulations and ordinances The geography of the city and surrounding areas, and the location of important buildings and landmarks Criminal justice and court systems, procedures and protocols Investigative procedures, and protocols for observation of critical details Hazardous chemicals and materials, first aid and CPR Basic criminal law, including the apprehension, arrest, and custody of persons committing misdemeanors and felonies, and the preservation and presentation of evidence in traffic and criminal cases Principles of record keeping and records management Skill in: Interpreting laws and regulations, making independent decisions, maintaining composure, and working effectively under stressful conditions and emergency situations Exercising controlled discretion in communicating with criminal suspects, and mediating difficult situations Gathering and evaluating facts and evidence, drawing logical conclusions and making proper recommendations Using and maintaining a variety of firearms and special law enforcement equipment Operating motor vehicles during emergency, high-risk situations Interacting with people of different social, economic, and ethnic backgrounds Operating a personal computer and software applications Following and effectively communicating verbal and written instructions Additional Information Current or prior Arizona Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST) certification (or out-of-state current or prior certification), must be able to pass AZ POST waiver process; must possess State of Arizona Driver's license, and clear criminal record. Ability to type 20 words per minute preferred. Must successfully pass pre-employment screening, including a thorough background investigation, medical, polygraph and psychological exam. Employee Benefits & Wellness The City offers a comprehensive benefits package to full-time classified and management employees. Part-time classified employees may be eligible for select benefits where defined. For complete Benefit Plan & Wellness Information, please visit the City website at: Benefits & Wellness City benefit plans are subject to change at any time. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
City of Buckeye, AZ Water Resources Administrative 21749 W. Yuma Rd. Ste 107 Buckeye, Arizona, United States
May 08, 2022
Full Time
Position Scope ***RECRUITMENT IS OPEN UNTIL FILLED*** Under limited supervision, will assist the Water Resources director in planning, organizing, coordinating and managing the Water Resources department including oversight of the field operations (asset reliability, water treatment, production and distribution, wastewater treatment and collections, meter maintenance, meter reading, support services, safety, emergency management,) engineering design and plan review and the capital improvement program. Primary Duties and Responsibilities The following duties ARE NOT intended to serve as a comprehensive list of all duties performed by all employees in this classification, only a representative summary of the primary duties and responsibilities. Oversees Water, Wastewater Operations, and Water Resources Civil Engineers. Provide highly responsible, complex and strategic administrative support to the Water Resources Director in directing the activities and staff of the assigned divisions; may act as Director in his/her absence. Represent the Water Resources Department to other city departments, elected officials and outside agencies; Initiates, plans, organizes, prioritizes and oversees coordination of projects related to the activities of the department including the capital improvement program. Continuously monitors and evaluates the efficiency and effectiveness of service delivery methods and procedures; identify opportunities for improvement; direct the implementation of changes. Directs the functions of the assigned divisions by reviewing reports; implementing programs to improve and maintain efficient utility maintenance and plant operations; developing standards and emergency operating procedures; ensure compliance with accreditation and regulatory rules. Manages and participates in the development and administration of development agreements as they relate to the department. Oversees development review process as it relates to Water Resources. Manages and participates in the development and administration of budget; direct the forecast of additional funds needed for staffing, equipment, materials and supplies. Assists the director in maintaining and implementing the department master plans, strategic plan/work plan, design manuals, general plan, and establishing long and short-term goals each year; reports on goal achievement. Develops and manages consulting contracts for the assigned divisions. Monitors and makes recommendations to ensure compliance with federal, county, and local laws and regulations. Researches and assists in the development and implementation of policies and procedures to facilitate operations and programs in compliance with these agencies as well as our APWA accreditation standards. Oversees water distribution and production and wastewater treatment design and specifications for water facility expansion and integration projects; includes preparation of bid documents; managing construction improvements; coordinating activities with other departments and governmental agencies. Provides staff leadership, direction and guidance in technical processes and procedures; coaches staff; monitors work, develops staff skills, and evaluates performance. Prepares comprehensive reports on water facilities and plant operations, productivity improvements, and energy conservation programs to local, state and Federal regulatory agencies. Responsible for accurate and timely regulatory reporting. Performs other duties as assigned or required. Minimum Qualifications & Position Requirements Education and Experience: Bachelor' Degree in Environmental Science, Civil Engineering or related field, and seven (7) years' of increasingly responsible, professional-level management experience in utilities operations, including five (5) years supervisory experience; OR an equivalent combination of education and experience. Necessary Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Knowledge of: State and Federal laws, regulatory agencies and other resources for Water & Wastewater programs. Program planning and management principles. Arizona Department of Environmental Quality & Environmental Protection Agency rules and regulations. Engineering development standards related to water and wastewater facilities, SCADA system design and programming standards, water utility rate making and development fee principles, and water master planning Municipal budgeting, accounting, finance and procedures Policy and procedure development Mechanical, electrical and instrumental systems Basic construction practices Safety standards, practices, and OSHA regulations. Skill in: Microsoft programs, technology and work management related software applications Ability to: Communicate effectively. Present clear and concise information both orally and in writing, at all levels Interpret, understand and apply Water & Wastewater standards and procedures, applicable Federal and state rules and regulations, and City policies and procedures. Establish cooperative working relationships with employees and City staff. Manage, coordinate staff, and delegate tasks and authority. Assess community needs and develop solutions. Develop, evaluate, recommend, and implement processes and procedures Build consensus Adapt to rapidly changing environments Promote and enforce safe work practices. Conduct research Communicate and use interpersonal skills to interact with coworkers, supervisor, subordinates the general public, etc. to sufficiently exchange or convey information and to provide and receive work direction Learn City organization, goals, policies and procedures. Additional Information Additional Information Special Requirements: Possession of a Valid Arizona Drivers' License; certification in Water and Wastewater from the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality is highly desirable. Physical Demands / Work Environment: Work is performed outdoors, at public facilities, and standard office environment. Reports To: Water Resources Director Supervision Exercised: Water production and treatment, water distribution (meters, distribution and irrigation), wastewater collections, wastewater treatment, Civil Engineers and plan reviewers FLSA Status: Exempt Employee Benefits & Wellness The City offers a comprehensive benefits package to full-time classified and management employees. Part-time classified employees may be eligible for select benefits where defined. For complete Benefit Plan & Wellness Information, please visit the City website at: Benefits & Wellness City benefit plans are subject to change at any time. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
City of Buckeye, AZ City Hall: 530 E. Monroe Avenue Buckeye, Arizona, United States
May 08, 2022
Full Time
Position Scope **RECRUITMENT IS OPEN UNTIL FILLED** Under general supervision, inspects ongoing residential and small commercial construction projects for compliance with all building and construction codes, City regulations, and construction plans. Primary Duties and Responsibilities The following duties ARE NOT intended to serve as a comprehensive list of all duties performed by all employees in this classification, only a representative summary of the primary duties and responsibilities. Incumbent(s) may not be required to perform all duties listed and may be required to perform additional, position-specific duties. Inspects structural, electrical, plumbing and mechanical installations at a level of complexity generally found in residential construction to ensure that work complies with the City Construction Code, the Zoning Ordinance, and other applicable regulations and approved plans and specifications; Provides information to contractors, owners, or other customers regarding the Construction Code and other regulatory requirements and specifications; Monitors an assigned geographical area to identify construction being performed without a permit and for dangerous structures; Issues notices of violation where unsafe or illegal conditions exist, and conducts follow-up inspections to ensure corrections are made; Monitors and inspects the construction of City projects with, other departments, contractors, and subcontractors; Responds to citizen complaints and requests for information regarding construction projects; Performs inspections in accordance with approved plans and all disciplines; Requires construction corrections to be made when deficiencies are discovered and assists builders and owners in determining methods to achieve code conformance; Conducts site inspections and authorizes release of Certificate of Occupancy; Documents construction project progress; Inspects projects for Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) compliance; Performs other duties as assigned. Minimum Qualifications & Position Requirements Education and Experience: High School Diploma or GED equivalent and one (1) year of building construction experience working at a skilled journey level in electrical, plumbing, mechanical, carpentry, masonry or related building trades, or certification by a model code agency as an Inspector or Plan Reviewer; OR an equivalent combination of education and experience. Necessary Knowledge of: City Construction Code and the Zoning Ordinance applicable to construction and associated rules, regulations, and standards. Materials and methods used in residential construction including carpentry, masonry, plumbing, mechanical, and electrical. Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) construction requirements. Stages of construction when possible violations and defects may most easily be observed and corrected. Mathematical principles required to perform related technical calculations. Skills and Ability to: Perform assigned inspections. Accurately read and comprehend construction plans. Detect possible defects and faults in construction and recommend or stipulate appropriate remedial measures. Objectively interpret and consistently apply code requirements and related standards in accordance with department policies. Communicate in the English language by phone or in person in a one-to-one setting. Observe or monitor objects to determine compliance with prescribed operating or safety standards. Use graphic instructions, such as blueprints, schematic drawings, layouts, or other visual aids. Measure distance using a tape measure. Sort, distribute, and file material such as plans, permit files, notice of ordinance violations, and survey sheets in some prescribed manner. Work cooperatively with other City employees and the general public. Work safely without presenting a direct threat to self or others. Operate a personal computer utilizing a variety of business software. Additional Requirements: Possession of, or required to obtain within 12 months of hire, one of the following certifications from a recognized code publishing organization:Building Inspector, Electrical Inspector, Plumbing Inspector, Mechanical Inspector, Building Plans Examiner, Combination Plans Examiner, Accessibility Inspector/Plans Examiner, Residential Combination Inspector, or Commercial Combination Inspector. All positions require the use of City vehicles. Individuals must be physically capable of operating the vehicles safely and have an acceptable driving record. Use of a personal vehicle for City business will be prohibited if the employee is not authorized to drive a City vehicle or if the employee does not have personal insurance coverage. Additional Information Special Requirements: Possession of a Valid Arizona Driver's License. Physical Demands / Work Environment: Work is performed outdoors in potential extreme weather conditions and in standard office environment. Work requires heavy physical exertion and effort. Forces exerted are equivalent to lifting between 25 and 50 pounds. Work requires occasional to frequent standing, sitting, walking, lifting, kneeling, crouching, crawling, bending, pushing/pulling, reaching overhead, twisting, climbing, balancing, and entering confined spaces. Work could involve the coordination of body movements involving various body postures to include the travel over rough, uneven, or rocky surfaces or terrain, and maneuver around scaffolding, bracing, or unfinished construction elements. Reports To: Building Inspector III or designee Supervision Exercised: None FLSA Status: Non-exempt Employee Benefits & Wellness The City offers a comprehensive benefits package to full-time classified and management employees. Part-time classified employees may be eligible for select benefits where defined. For complete Benefit Plan & Wellness Information, please visit the City website at: Benefits & Wellness City benefit plans are subject to change at any time. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
City of Buckeye, AZ Community Services - Admin: 110 E. Irwin Ave Buckeye, Arizona, United States
May 08, 2022
Full Time
Position Scope This position will report to the Community Services Department as a Parks and Recreation Planner. Under direct supervision, performs professional planning work in land development functions to maintain the City's structured, planned and organized growth and development in compliance with all regulatory requirements. Primary Duties and Responsibilities The following duties ARE NOT intended to serve as a comprehensive list of all duties performed by all employees in this classification, only a representative summary of the primary duties and responsibilities. Incumbent(s) may not be required to perform all duties listed and may be required to perform additional, position-specific duties. Provides technical and professional planning services to achieve consistent and sustainable growth in the City, adequate public services and compatible land use; assures project plans are in conformance to Department goals, and in compliance with local, state and Federal codes and regulations. Reviews entry level planning projects, and determines potential impact on parks, recreation, open space, trails, and infrastructure and environment; analyzes plans and information, and recommends approval or modifications. Reviews and evaluates project designs, plans, and technical documents for compliance with City standards and regulatory requirements. Reviews development plans with developers, builders, utility companies, and other City departments; summarizes all input for presentation to the Planning and Zoning Commission and City Council. Works with development professionals and the public in resolving questions concerning the Parks and Recreation Master Plan and other studies, such as the Wildlife Corridors Best Practices Guide, the El Rio Design Guidelines and Planning Standards, the City's Development Code, General Plan, and other related parks and recreation studies. Manages special projects as assigned; conducts research and analysis on City ordinances, permits, plans, rules and regulations. Answers inquiries and assists the public and other agencies in matters relating to planning; provides general plan information within scope of authority. Assists with the development of Community Services capital improvement projects and grant opportunities to fund capital projects. Prepares maps for parks and recreation related projects. Performs other duties as required. Minimum Qualifications & Position Requirements Education and Experience: Bachelor's Degree in planning or related field, and one (1) year experience in public sector planning; OR an equivalent combination of education and experience. Necessary Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Knowledge of: City organization, operations, policies and procedures. Principles of strategic municipal planning and project management. Applicable statutes, rules, ordinances, codes and regulations. Planning topics including parks, trails, open space, land uses, and data collection. Principles and practices of community and long range planning. Principles of record keeping and records management. Skill in & Ability to: Preparing user-friendly maps using ESRI products. Detection of discrepancies in plans, methods and processes. Interpreting technical documents and map specifications. Collecting, tabulating, organizing, evaluating, analyzing and presenting data and information. Presenting technical information to the general public, boards, commissions and elected officials in a clear and concise manner. Reading, interpreting, understanding and applying planning standards and procedures, applicable Federal rules and regulations, and City policies and procedures. Working under pressure of deadlines, and establishing and maintaining cooperative working relationships with employees, officials, other agencies and the general public. Operating a personal computer utilizing a variety of business software. Effective oral and written communication. Establish and maintain positive, effective working relationships with those contacted in the performance of work. Additional Information Work Schedule: Monday - Thursday; 7:00am - 6:00pm Employee Benefits & Wellness The City offers a comprehensive benefits package to full-time classified and management employees. Part-time classified employees may be eligible for select benefits where defined. For complete Benefit Plan & Wellness Information, please visit the City website at: Benefits & Wellness City benefit plans are subject to change at any time. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
City of Buckeye, AZ Varies - Will be determined based on department needs, Arizona, United States
May 08, 2022
Seasonal
Position Scope Under close supervision, assists participants in the activities of City recreation programs. Primary Duties and Responsibilities The following duties ARE NOT intended to serve as a comprehensive list of all duties performed by all employees in this classification, only a representative summary of the primary duties and responsibilities. Incumbent(s) may not be required to perform all duties listed and may be required to perform additional, position-specific duties. Assists participants in the activities in programs and recreation facilities; plans events and activities, as directed by Recreation Coordinator and/or Recreation Programmer. Coordinates and organizes activities and special events for a City recreation program; programs include special adult, teen and child programs and facilities, recreation facilities, special events, youth activities and sports programs. Supervises program and facility guests, and enforces rules. Sets up and takes down equipment for activities and events; supervises and coaches participants as directed. Maintains equipment and facilities in clean and safe condition. Develops and maintains event/facility calendars. Communicates with the general public and others in order to coordinate program activities, special events and utilization of facilities. Performs other duties as assigned or required. Minimum Qualifications & Position Requirements Education and Experience: Six (6) months of previous parks, recreation or other related experience. High school diploma or GED is required; or equivalent combination of education and experience. Necessary Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Knowledge of: City policies and procedures. Experience working with teen population. Policies, rules and regulations governing the conduct and safety of persons using municipal recreational facilities, programs and equipment. Equipment used in recreational and sports programs. Proper materials and procedures used for cleaning. Skill in: Interacting with people of diverse backgrounds. Establishing and maintaining cooperative working relationships with people. Following and effectively communicating verbal and written instructions. Additional Information Special Requirements: First Aid and CPR certifications. Must be at least 21 years of age to work in some recreation programs. TB test may be required. Physical Demands / Work Environment: Work is performed outdoors and in recreation facilities. Work Schedule: Hours and days will vary depending on program needs; Must be available to work nights, weekends, and holidays. Employee Benefits (Temporary, Seasonal, & Reserve Positions) 457(b) Deferred Compensation Retirement Savings All paid City employees are eligible to participate in a voluntary 457(b) deferred compensation plan. Contributions are pre-tax and invested at the direction of the employee. The City does not contribute funds to this plan. Arizona State Retirement System (ASRS) ASRS eligibility is defined by the State. Participation is mandatory for employees deemed eligible. ASRS defines eligibility as employees scheduled to work 20 hours or more each week for 20 or more weeks per year. Sick Leave Temporary, seasonal and reserve employees accrue 1 hour of sick time for every 30 hours worked. For complete details, please visit the City website at: Benefits & Wellness City benefit plans are subject to change at any time. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
City of Buckeye, AZ City Hall: 530 E. Monroe Avenue Buckeye, Arizona, United States
May 08, 2022
Full Time
Position Scope Under general supervision, creates and maintains databases containing all City address records. Reviews civil plans and updates the permitting system. Meets with customers (developers, staff, and residents) on address compliance, education, and issue resolution. Primary Duties and Responsibilities The following duties ARE NOT intended to serve as a comprehensive list of all duties performed by all employees in this classification, only a representative summary of the primary duties and responsibilities. Incumbent(s) may not be required to perform all duties listed and may be required to perform additional, position-specific duties. Researches, interprets and analyzes a variety of civil engineering and real estate records to update and maintain City address information through Enterprise Permitting and Licensing (Energov), Bluebeam, and ArcGIS Desktop. Reviews and interprets source documents such as civil engineering plans, plot maps, and legal descriptions. Assigns and maintains all addresses in the GIS database that are required by and/or requested from the City for emergency services, development, or permitting purposes. Creates address numbers using analytical and mathematical procedures. Prepares and sends notification of address updates and changes to internal and external users. Prepares communications with internal and external customers regarding street names/addresses and works with other departments to resolve street naming or addressing issues affecting the City. Provides City address information and data for use by the public, other City departments, developers, and outside agencies. Responds to address inquires, requests, and complaints. Provides required permits and utility accounts the correct addresses and parcel information. Performs other duties as required. Minimum Qualifications & Position Requirements Education and Experience: Associates degree in Geography, Civil Engineering, or Urban Planning; and three (3) years of civil and engineering and plan review experience, customer service experience, and GIS experience, including working with spatial information; OR an equivalent combination of education and experience.Preferred: Experience in ArcMap and ArcPro version 10.7.1 Necessary Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Knowledge of: Concepts behind data management in a relational database and clear understanding of fundamental theoretical concepts such as map projection, data accuracy and spatial modeling. Civil engineering plan review. Principles and practices of Geographic Information Systems (GIS). City organization, operations, policies and procedures. Skill in: Enterprise Permitting and Licensing (Energov), Bluebeam, and Arc GIS Desktop. Listening and communicating effectively, including verbal and written. Analytical and mathematical skills. Database manipulation. Creating and maintaining GIS data in various formats. Recognizing problems, identifying alternative solutions, and making recommendations. Operating a personal computer utilizing a variety of legal software and Microsoft Office products. Ability to: Work collaboratively with City employees, customers and clients. Manage time and work independently. Display good analytical reasoning skills. Assess and prioritize multiple tasks, project and demands. Plan and organize work. Meet schedules and timelines. Produce written documents with clearly organized thoughts using proper English, sentence construction, punctuation and grammar. Read, understand, develop, manipulate and analyze digital geographic information. Establish and maintain positive, effective working relationships with those contacted in the performance of work. Additional Information Special Requirements: None Physical Demands / Work Environment: Standard office environment. Reports To: Deputy City Engineer, or designee Supervision Exercised: None FLSA Status: Non-exempt Work Schedule: Monday thru Thursday, 7 a.m. - 6 p.m. Employee Benefits & Wellness The City offers a comprehensive benefits package to full-time classified and management employees. Part-time classified employees may be eligible for select benefits where defined. For complete Benefit Plan & Wellness Information, please visit the City website at: Benefits & Wellness City benefit plans are subject to change at any time. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
City of Buckeye, AZ Buckeye, Arizona, United States
May 08, 2022
Seasonal
Position Scope If you need your lifeguard certification, the City will be offering a class March 9th-11th. Please visit the City of Buckeye website for more information and to register. Provides excellent customer service to all pool patrons by exemplifying a positive attitude and exceeding the needs of patrons. Under close supervision monitors public use of Aquatics facility. Primary Duties and Responsibilities The following duties ARE NOT intended to serve as a comprehensive list of all duties performed by all employees in this classification, only a representative summary of the primary duties and responsibilities. Incumbent(s) may not be required to perform all duties listed and may be required to perform additional, position-specific duties. Monitors activities at the pool to prevent accidents. Rescues swimmers in emergency situations. Follows an action plan and procedures established in the event of an emergency. Evaluates a situation then determines and provides necessary Basic Lifesaving Support in an emergency. Enforces pool rules and complies with Maricopa County Aquatic and Food Safety regulations. Provides excellent customer service to all patrons. Complies with Starguard Protocols and Maricopa County Aquatic regulations. Assists with swim lesson registrations, open swim fees and all other pool financial transactions. Answers inquiries for Aquatics programming and provides information to patrons. Assists with the inventory of pool supplies and equipment. Participates in all in-service trainings throughout the season. Participates in the cleaning of the Aquatics facility. Completes required paperwork as needed in a timely manner. Assists in the training, mentoring and direction of participants in the Junior Lifeguard program. Performs other duties as assigned or required. Minimum Qualifications & Position Requirements Education and Experience: Three (3) months experience as a Lifeguard preferred. Must be at least 16 years of age. Necessary Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Knowledge of: City policies and procedures. Maricopa County Aquatic regulations. Ability to: Operate a computer using various software. Establish and maintain cooperative, effective working relationships with the public and coworkers. Lift 50-100 pounds. Skill in: Acting quickly and calmly in emergency situations. Water rescue, first aid, CPR and lifesaving. Effective oral and written communication. Additional Information Special Requirements: Must possess and maintain a Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) certification and a StarGuard Lifeguard certification OR current American Red Cross Lifeguard Training/First Aid and American Red Cross CPR/AED for the Professional Rescuer certifications. Physical Demands / Work Environment: Work is performed outdoors. Work Schedule: Days and hours will vary based on department needs; weekends and holidays required. Employee Benefits (Temporary, Seasonal, & Reserve Positions) 457(b) Deferred Compensation Retirement Savings All paid City employees are eligible to participate in a voluntary 457(b) deferred compensation plan. Contributions are pre-tax and invested at the direction of the employee. The City does not contribute funds to this plan. Arizona State Retirement System (ASRS) ASRS eligibility is defined by the State. Participation is mandatory for employees deemed eligible. ASRS defines eligibility as employees scheduled to work 20 hours or more each week for 20 or more weeks per year. Sick Leave Temporary, seasonal and reserve employees accrue 1 hour of sick time for every 30 hours worked. For complete details, please visit the City website at: Benefits & Wellness City benefit plans are subject to change at any time. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
City of Buckeye, AZ determined based on need, Arizona, United States
May 08, 2022
Seasonal
Position Scope Under close supervision, assists and supports recreation staff in providing recreation programs for the Buckeye youth. Primary Duties and Responsibilities The following duties ARE NOT intended to serve as a comprehensive list of all duties performed by all employees in this classification, only a representative summary of the primary duties and responsibilities. Incumbent(s) may not be required to perform all duties listed and may be required to perform additional, position-specific duties. Assist in day-to-day operations (including set-up and organization) of various recreation programs, events and activities. Sets up and takes down equipment for activities and events; supervises and coaches participants as directed. Monitors program participants. Referee youth sports programs offered through the City. Interacts with the public in responding to questions and assisting in preparation for programs and events. Enforces rules and regulations and monitors security of facilities. Performs other related duties as required. Minimum Qualifications & Position Requirements Education and Experience: Any combination of experience and training that would provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying. Must be a minimum of 16 years of age. High school diploma or GED is required to work in some recreation programs. Necessary Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Interact with citizens in a fun, friendly and courteous manner. Interact effectively and courteously with the public and other employees. Knowledge of various types of recreation programs (i.e. athletic games, drama, music and/or computers). Skill in effective oral and written communication. Additional Information Special Requirements: Current First Aid and CPR certifications or ability to obtain. Work Schedule: Hours and days will vary depending on department needs; Weekends and holidays may be required. Work location: Various Buckeye elementary schools Employee Benefits (Temporary, Seasonal, & Reserve Positions) 457(b) Deferred Compensation Retirement Savings All paid City employees are eligible to participate in a voluntary 457(b) deferred compensation plan. Contributions are pre-tax and invested at the direction of the employee. The City does not contribute funds to this plan. Arizona State Retirement System (ASRS) ASRS eligibility is defined by the State. Participation is mandatory for employees deemed eligible. ASRS defines eligibility as employees scheduled to work 20 hours or more each week for 20 or more weeks per year. Sick Leave Temporary, seasonal and reserve employees accrue 1 hour of sick time for every 30 hours worked. For complete details, please visit the City website at: Benefits & Wellness City benefit plans are subject to change at any time. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
City of Buckeye, AZ determined based on need, Arizona, United States
May 08, 2022
Seasonal
Position Scope Under close supervision, assists participants in the activities of a City recreation program. Primary Duties and Responsibilities The following duties ARE NOT intended to serve as a comprehensive list of all duties performed by all employees in this classification, only a representative summary of the primary duties and responsibilities. Incumbent(s) may not be required to perform all duties listed and may be required to perform additional, position-specific duties. Assists participants in activities and programs at recreation facilities; plans events and activities, as directed by Recreation Coordinator. Coordinates and organizes activities and special events for City recreation programs; programs include adult and child programs, recreation facilities, special events, youth activities and sports programs. Supervises program and facility guests, and enforces rules. Sets up and takes down equipment for activities and events; supervises and coaches participants as directed. Maintains equipment and facilities in clean and safe condition. Maintains event calendars. Communicates with the general public and others in order to coordinate program activities, special events and utilization of facilities. Performs other duties as assigned or required. Minimum Qualifications & Position Requirements Education and Experience: High school diploma or GED is required and six (6) months of parks, recreation or other related experience. Minimum of 60 hours training or schooling in the area of youth development, recreation, education or closely related field is required for some positions. Officiating certification preferred, but not required. Necessary Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Knowledge of: City policies and procedures. Policies, rules and regulations governing the conduct and safety of persons using municipal recreational facilities, programs and equipment. Equipment used in recreational and sports programs. All sports rules and regulations. Proper materials and procedures used for cleaning. Skill in: Interacting with people of diverse backgrounds. Establishing and maintaining cooperative working relationships with people. Following and effectively communicating verbal and written instructions. Additional Information Special Requirements: First Aid and CPR certifications. Must be at least 21 years of age. Work Schedule: Hours and days will vary depending on department needs; Weekends and holidays may be required. Work location: Various Buckeye elementary schools. Employee Benefits (Temporary, Seasonal, & Reserve Positions) 457(b) Deferred Compensation Retirement Savings All paid City employees are eligible to participate in a voluntary 457(b) deferred compensation plan. Contributions are pre-tax and invested at the direction of the employee. The City does not contribute funds to this plan. Arizona State Retirement System (ASRS) ASRS eligibility is defined by the State. Participation is mandatory for employees deemed eligible. ASRS defines eligibility as employees scheduled to work 20 hours or more each week for 20 or more weeks per year. Sick Leave Temporary, seasonal and reserve employees accrue 1 hour of sick time for every 30 hours worked. For complete details, please visit the City website at: Benefits & Wellness City benefit plans are subject to change at any time. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
City of Buckeye, AZ City Hall: 530 E. Monroe Avenue Buckeye, Arizona, United States
May 08, 2022
Full Time
Position Scope RECRUITMENT IS OPEN UNTIL FILLED; FIRST REVIEW OF APPLICATIONS IS FRIDAY, APRIL 15, 2022. APPLICANTS MUST ATTACH A COVER LETTER AND RESUME IN ORDER TO BE CONSIDERED FOR THIS POSITION STARTING SALARY IS $195,000. ACTUAL SALARY WILL BE DETERMINED BY SELECTED CANDIDATES QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE Click here for additional details The City Attorney serves as chief legal advisor for the City. Provides legal services to the City Council, City Manager, and all departments, as well as Boards and Commissions. Responsible for providing legal advice on matters such as land use and development, code development and revisions, contract development and review, and other matters related to municipal government. Represents the City in all legal proceedings. Manages the hiring and work of outside attorneys retained to provide legal services to the City. Provides executive leadership direction and management for the City Attorney's Office. The City Attorney is an integral part of the management team. Primary Duties and Responsibilities The following duties ARE NOT intended to serve as a comprehensive list of all duties performed by all employees in this classification, only a representative summary of the primary duties and responsibilities. Incumbent(s) may not be required to perform all duties listed and may be required to perform additional, position-specific duties. Advises the City Council, department directors, and boards and commissions on legal matters affecting the City. Prepares, reviews and negotiates contracts, intergovernmental agreements, deeds and leases; prepares draft ordinances, legal opinions, resolutions, and other legal documents. Attends all City Council and related meetings. Performs highly complex legal research and written and oral opinions on various legal issues for City Council and City departments. As a member of the management team attends development and other applicable meetings to provide input and legal advice. Actively engages in processes to ensure projects (development, procurement, etc.) are completed in a timely and responsible manner. Uses innovative approaches to expedite development projects and incentives. Enforces City policies regarding land use jurisdiction issues, airport and other City interests. Keeps abreast of current court decisions and legislations and advises relevant City departments of the effects of those decisions on the City business. Provides innovative approaches to development and incentives, while being mindful of legal and financial implications. May prepare and present cases before administrative bodies or in state court on behalf of the City. Presents to a wide variety of audiences including City Council. Manages investigations of litigated claims and complaints against the City and recommends appropriate actions. Develops, plans, and implements the administration of department goals and objectives as well as policies and procedures necessary to provide legal services. Analyzes department financial and resource information; develops and manages budgets; directs and forecasts additional funds needed for staffing, equipment, materials, and supplies. Performs other duties as required. Minimum Qualifications & Position Requirements Education and Experience: Juris Doctor degree from a school of law accredited by the American Bar Association, and seven (7) years of progressively responsible experience in the practice of law (experience in municipal or public law preferred); OR an equivalent combination of education and experience. Must be licensed to practice law in the State of Arizona and membership in good standing in the Arizona State Bar Association (or licensed in a state with reciprocal jurisdiction with the Arizona State Bar and have the ability to be admitted to the Arizona State Bar by motion). Necessary Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Knowledge of: City organization, operations, policies and procedures General municipal, state and federal laws, local codes, and ordinances affecting municipal government Methods of legal research Rules, techniques, skills and strategies required for the preparation and trial of civil lawsuits Parliamentary procedures Appeals processes in state and federal courts Arizona civil and criminal procedures and discovery Negotiating methods and techniques Supervisor and management practices to direct a staff of professional and clerical personnel Skill in: Analyzing problems, identifying, and implementing solutions Conducting negotiations Effective and persuasive oral and written presentations in court, to city management, City Council, public groups, and/or boards and commissions on routine, controversial, and complex topics Drafting accurate, thorough, and well-written legal documents Working under pressure of deadlines, and establishing and maintaining cooperative working relationships with employees, officials, other agencies, and the general public Providing leadership and overseeing all aspects of a program or project to completion Conflict resolution and communication Microsoft Office products and related technology Ability to: Respond quickly, clearly and accurately to requests Read, analyze and interpret complex documents Apply principles of logic and law to a wide range of intellectual and practical problems Draft high quality work product, pleadings, contracts and other legal documents Think critically and prioritize time sensitive projects to ensure continuity of service and programs Identify and maintain confidentiality and security of records and information Professionally represent the department and City Create and implement a shared vision with staff Establish and maintain positive, effective working relationships with those contacted in the performance of work Additional Information Special Requirements: Possession of a valid Arizona Driver's License. May be require to reside in the City of Buckeye Physical Demands / Work Environment: Standard office environment Reports To : Mayor and City Council Supervision Exercised: Professional, paraprofessional and administrative staff FLSA Status: Exempt Employee Benefits & Wellness The City offers a comprehensive benefits package to full-time classified and management employees. Part-time classified employees may be eligible for select benefits where defined. For complete Benefit Plan & Wellness Information, please visit the City website at: Benefits & Wellness City benefit plans are subject to change at any time. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
City of Buckeye, AZ Buckeye, Arizona, United States
May 08, 2022
Full Time
Position Scope Under close supervision, responds to emergency and non-emergency calls for service, identifies and dispatches appropriate law enforcement, fire and emergency service units, and gathers and relays critical information; complies with Police and Fire Department policies and procedures to assure the safety of officers and the public. Primary Duties and Responsibilities The following duties ARE NOT intended to serve as a comprehensive list of all duties performed by all employees in this classification, only a representative summary of the primary duties and responsibilities. Incumbent(s) may not be required to perform all duties listed and may be required to perform additional, position-specific duties. Answers incoming emergency and non-emergency calls; interviews callers and gathers details; prioritizes calls for service and determines appropriate personnel to respond; dispatches emergency responders; relays pertinent information to law enforcement and emergency services officers in a concise manner; provides information and assistance to the public within scope of authority. Provides detailed call information to officers as needed; maintains status and awareness of Police patrol unit locations; monitors message traffic and relays information to officers. Enters emergency assistance calls into the computer aided dispatch (CAD) incident logs; inputs information into the ACJIS & NCIC computer system; maintains records and files. Contacts other law enforcement agencies for additional information and resources as needed, and relays pertinent information regarding incidents. Notifies key City of Buckeye personnel on critical incidents; follows all Department policies and procedures to assure that officer and public safety is the top priority. Enters and verifies warrant information, and confirms warrants for other agencies. Performs inquiries and criminal history checks for officers through ACJIS & NCIC; sends inquiries to other agencies for warrant confirmations or general information. Enters data for records and reports; processes forms and record files; queries system databases as requested. Performs other duties as assigned or required. Minimum Qualifications & Position Requirements Education and Experience: High School diploma or GED equivalent. Must have a minimum of one (1) year experience as a dispatcher in a law enforcement agency AND one (1) year of clerical and computer experience required. Necessary Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Knowledge of: City policies and procedures. Equipment utilized in law enforcement communications including radio, computer and dispatch equipment. Law enforcement patrol procedures. Local geographical area, road systems, and the locations of landmarks. Police and Fire Departments' standard dispatch policies and procedures. Basic principles of record keeping and records management. Skill in: Handling multiple tasks simultaneously, under pressure, and in emergency and stressful situations. Obtaining information from hostile or emotional citizens. Communicating clearly and concisely and relaying details accurately. Remembering names, numbers and locations, and reading maps quickly and accurately. Working under pressure of deadlines, and establishing and maintaining cooperative working relationships with employees, officials, other agencies and the general public. Public relations and customer service. Following and effectively communicating verbal and written instructions. Additional Information Must obtain Terminal Operator Certification Level A within six months of hire if not possessed at time of hire/placement. Must be able to type a minimum of 35 words per minute. Working nights, weekends and holidays is required. Elements of the Selection Process: • Oral board-panel interview • Background Investigation consisting of interview, polygraph, psychological, and medical Expected Duration • Processes can generally take from one to six months from application to appointment depending on factors such as number of vacancies, number of applicants, etc. • Except when otherwise notified due to permanent disqualification, candidates may reapply at any time Employee Benefits & Wellness The City offers a comprehensive benefits package to full-time classified and management employees. Part-time classified employees may be eligible for select benefits where defined. For complete Benefit Plan & Wellness Information, please visit the City website at: Benefits & Wellness City benefit plans are subject to change at any time. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
City of Buckeye, AZ Public Works: 23454 MC 85 Buckeye, Arizona, United States
May 08, 2022
Full Time
Position Scope Under general supervision, performs routine semiskilled and skilled general labor, maintenance, construction, repair and upkeep work on public facilities, grounds or streets. The distinction between the Maintenance Worker and Skilled Maintenance Worker classification is based on the degree of responsibility and the complexity of duties assigned. Primary Duties and Responsibilities The following duties ARE NOT intended to serve as a comprehensive list of all duties performed by all employees in this classification, only a representative summary of the primary duties and responsibilities. Incumbent(s) may not be required to perform all duties listed and may be required to perform additional, position-specific duties. Performs a variety of equipment operation and manual labor tasks as assigned; performs the more difficult and responsible tasks assigned to employees in the job series; works independently with little, or no immediate supervision, and makes proper decisions using sound judgment; duties will vary according to job assignment. Performs routine and non-routine building, roadway or grounds repairs and maintenance; paints facilities and graffiti; performs plumbing and electrical work; makes maintenance repairs; installs and repairs irrigation lines; replaces and repairs street signs; performs streets stripping; repairs and replaces sidewalk concrete. Operates a variety of trucks and equipment in accordance with all safety regulations and procedures. Performs semiskilled and skilled construction, maintenance and manual labor work. Assists in the construction, maintenance and repair of roadways, structures and structural components, grounds work areas or facilities. Sets up grounds for funeral services and buries caskets at City cemetery. Picks up and delivers materials as directed. Installs and maintains turf, trees, shrubs and other landscaping materials. Inspects, cleans and performs routine maintenance work on trucks and equipment; identifies and reports mechanical problems requiring additional repair. Completes required daily logs and reports. Oversees the activities of temporary labor. May assist in providing training to new employees. Performs other duties as assigned or required. Minimum Qualifications & Position Requirements Education and Experience: High School diploma or GED equivalent and five (5) years skilled street, building or grounds maintenance and equipment operations experience; OR equivalent combination of education and experience. Necessary Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Knowledge of: City policies and procedures. Principles and practices of street, building, or grounds repair and maintenance. Equipment maintenance and repair methods and materials. Safety standards and practices. Traffic laws and rules involved in vehicle and equipment operation. Principles of record keeping and records management. Skill in: Assigning work to temporary maintenance staff. Safe and efficient operation of trucks and equipment according to standard operating and safety procedures. Reading and interpreting maps, technical specifications and operations manuals for vehicles and equipment. Following and effectively communicating verbal and written instructions. Additional Information Special Requirements: Possession of a valid Arizona Commercial Driver's License Class B required; Class A earned within six months of hire. Specific technical training and certifications may be required. Possession of IMSA Signs and Markings Level I Certification. Physical Demands / Work Environment: Work is performed outdoors and in public facilities. Work Schedule: Generally Monday - Thursday; Work hours may vary based on department needs; On-call after hours and weekends may be required. Employee Benefits & Wellness The City offers a comprehensive benefits package to full-time classified and management employees. Part-time classified employees may be eligible for select benefits where defined. For complete Benefit Plan & Wellness Information, please visit the City website at: Benefits & Wellness City benefit plans are subject to change at any time. Closing Date/Time: Continuous