City of Milpitas

Located at the southern tip of the San Francisco Bay, the City of Milpitas is a progressive community that is an integral part of the high tech Silicon Valley. With a very diversified resident population of nearly 80,000, the City of Milpitas sees the
role of every employee as being committed to accomplishing the community’s vision by providing fiscally sound, superior services.


Milpitas is the 8th fastest growing city in the United States according to the US Census Bureau and the 2nd fastest growing in California. We are home to an industrious and well educated community with an average household income
exceeding the County average. The homeownership rate is close to 70% and Milpitas’ housing market remains affordable relative to the majority of Santa Clara County.


Milpitas is often called the “Crossroads of Silicon Valley” with most of its 13.63 square miles of land situated between two major freeways (I-880 and I-680), State Route 237, and a County expressway. With existing light rail and a recently opened
BART extension, the transit hub adjacent to the Great Mall facilitated high density transit oriented development with over 1,000 units being built. There are approximately 1,790 acres, or 2.9 square miles designated for various industrial uses.
There are eight existing industrial parks and 550 manufacturing plants in Milpitas. The City provides a multitude of outstanding recreational opportunities, including aquatics, cultural arts and theater, sports leagues and activities, youth programming and senior activities and services.


The City of Milpitas is a full service City with water utility, sewer utility, police and fire services. The City Council makes the ultimate planning and policy decisions for residents, and oversees the City’s almost $192 million budget with 439 full-time
employees. There are 14 advisory commissions on which residents can participate –the Planning Commission, Arts Commission, Youth Advisory Commission, Library Advisory Commission and Senior Advisory Commission to name a few. Issues challenging the City and Commissions include development, quality of life, and
traffic.

19 job(s) at City of Milpitas

CITY OF MILPITAS, CA Milpitas, California, United States
Jul 01, 2022
Full Time
Definition **THE CURRENT VACANCIES ARE IN THE FIRE DEPARTMENT & PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT** When assigned to Fire: When assigned to the Fire Department: The Administrative Analyst for the Fire Department will work independently to perform a variety of administrative and analytical assignments in support of the department's initiatives. Typical assignment areas include, but are not limited to, report writing, records management/organization, systems development, information/data analysis, workforce timekeeper duties, social media administration, and billing/invoice processing. The Administrative Analyst will also monitor and coordinate the daily operation of assigned projects; perform administrative detail work, serve as a back up to the Executive Assistant in her time off, and maintain appropriate records and statistics in support of the Fire Department. Duties will include tasks that require input and retrieval of data from computer systems. We are seeking a kind, creative, and dynamic individual that is looking for growth in a busy public safety department. An interest and/or background in public safety or EMS support services is desirable. When assigned to Public Works: The Administrative Analyst for Public Works will administer key environmental programs that support the City's infrastructure and environmental utility services including the City's Water Conservation Program and the Fats, Oils, and Grease (FOG) Program, as well as other sustainability initiatives. The Administrative Analyst will work independently and with regional partners to develop and deliver educational programs and resources to help Milpitas residents and businesses reduce water use, adopt water conservation as a way of life, and lead the City's drought response efforts. The Administrative Analyst will also oversee the FOG Program, which is intended to protect water quality and reduce FOG-related sanitary sewer overflows by working with food service establishments and providing community education. In this capacity, the Administrative Analyst will be responsible for overall program coordination and implementation, review and tracking participation and effectiveness, and developing recommendations for program improvements. The Administrative Analyst will have the opportunity to work with the City's Energy and Environmental Sustainability Commission, support implementation of the City's soon-to-be-updated Climate Action Plan. This position will also monitor grant opportunities and work with department staff to develop grant projects and applications that could result in additional programmatic resources or innovative approaches that would help to advance the department's objectives. We are seeking a creative and dynamic individual with great communication and analytical skills that is ready to work our community and partners to achieve our environmental goals. An interest and/or background in working on environmental or utility services is desirable. The Administrative Analyst I will perform a variety of responsible administrative and analytical assignments in the support of the improvement of management functions, practices and services or the implementation of program objectives; to perform professional work in a variety of program areas; and to provide staff support in the administration and implementation of City programs, and policies as assigned. Positions in this class perform a wide variety of management analysis activities. Typical assignment areas include, but are not limited to budgeting, management and organization, workflow and staffing, systems development, program management and evaluation, policy and procedure development, management information analysis, classification, recruitment and examination, employee relations, and training. Incumbents may be assigned to either a specific analysis activity, such as budget review or operations analysis, or to a generalist assignment with responsibility for dealing with a wide array of analytical staff assignments. Incumbents are expected to be capable of performing a variety of management analysis techniques and procedures. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS This is the entry-level class in the Administration Analyst Series. Positions in this class are distinguished from the Administration Analyst II class by the performance of less than the full range of duties as assigned to the journey level class in this series. This class is typically used as a training class in which incumbents have a four-year degree and limited work-related experience. Incumbents work under immediate supervision while learning job tasks. Examples of Duties Duties may include, but are not limited to, the following: Perform a variety of responsible and technical administrative and analytical assignments. Conduct surveys and perform research and statistical analysis as requested; prepare summary reports. Interview and consult with departmental officials and employees, representatives from other organizations and groups, and the general public to give and/or secure necessary information. Assist in formulating program policy, goals and procedures; collect and compile relevant data supporting recommendations. Assist in the development of new program elements and program modifications as necessary to meet stated goals and objectives of assigned program responsibilities. Analyze issues and prepare reports. Monitor and coordinate the daily operation of assigned program area; perform administrative detail work and maintain appropriate records and statistics; monitor progress and evaluate work measurement data of various City programs. Develop and analyze quantitative data for management evaluation purposes. Prepare and present factual and statistical data and make recommendations in written, graphic and oral form. Make verbal presentations of study findings/recommendations to department and City management and commissions, as the assignment requires. Provide information and interpretation regarding City rules, regulations and procedures. Perform audits and analysis in areas such as: programs, contracts, and budgets. Participate in special projects as assigned. Input and retrieve data from computer systems. Perform related duties as assigned. Typical Qualifications Knowledge of: Principles of local government organization and administration. Statistical concepts and methods. Communications techniques required for gathering, evaluating, and transmitting information. Ability to: Learn applicable procedures, rules, laws, and policies. Communicate effectively, orally and in writing. Gather, analyze, evaluate, interpret and present a variety of data and information. Prepare reports supporting recommendations. Establish and maintain effective working relationships. Interact with personnel at all organizational levels and function in stressful and/or confrontational situations. Initiate, plan, and complete work assignments with a minimum amount of supervision. Collect, compile, and analyze information and data. EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE Any combination of experience and education that would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be: Education: Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with major coursework in human resources administration, public administration, political science, business administration or a closely related field Education documents are required for this position . All candidates must submit a copy of their college diploma (verifying the degree, date earned and area of specialization) or official/unofficial transcripts (verifying institution, student, date, degree and area of specialization conferred) by the final filing deadline. Candidates who fail to submit their diploma or transcripts by the final filing date will be disqualified from the recruitment. PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING : Candidates who attended a college or university that is accredited by a foreign or non-U.S. accrediting agency must have their educational units evaluated by an educational evaluation service. The result must be submitted to the Human Resources Department no later than the close of the recruitment. Please contact the local college or university to learn where this service can be obtained. License or Certificate: Possession and maintenance of a valid California Driver's License may be required. Supplemental Information SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND EXERCISED Receives direct supervision from the immediate supervisor and may receive indirect supervision from a higher-level Analyst. Exercises no supervision SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: Essential duties require the following physical abilities and work environment. Ability to work in a standard office environment; able to travel to various locations within and outside the City of Milpitas. In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, the City of Milpitas will provide reasonable accommodation to qualified individuals with disabilities and encourages both prospective and current employees to discuss potential accommodations with the Human Resources Department. The City of Milpitas is an Equal Opportunity Employer. RETIREMENT Membership in CalPERS (2% at 60 or 2% at 62 with three year average salary). City of Milpitas employees do not participate in Social Security,but do contribute to Medicare. MEDICAL INSURANCE Choice of CalPERS Medical Plans. City pays coverage up to the Kaiser rate (currently $2,228.36/mo. for family). Employees who waive health coverage are eligible to receive $125 per month in lieu of medical plan coverage with proof of other coverage. RETIREE MEDICAL Employees are eligible upon CalPERS retirement from the City to receive up to 100% retiree medical coverage (currently based on the Kaiser health rate), based on years of service. DENTAL & VISION City provides full family coverage for Delta Dental and MES Vision at no cost to the employee. LIFE INSURANCE City provides $50,000 term policy. Supplemental employee-paid life insurance is available up to $500,000, based on carrier acceptance. DISABILITY INSURANCE City provides a Short-Term Disability plan similar to State Disability Insurance (SDI) coverage. Employees do not participate in SDI. Long-Term Disability coverage of 60% of base salary up to $1,500 per month is available after a 60-day waiting period. Additional buy-up options for LTD are available up to $6,000 per month. DEFERRED COMPENSATION City contributes $75 per month on the employee's behalf. VACATION Hourly employees earn 11-31 days of vacation and Exempt employees earn 16-36 days of vacation based on years of service. HOLIDAYS Employees receive 12 paid holidays and one (1) floating holiday per year. SICK LEAVE Employees earn 12 days annually. TUITION REIMBURSEMENT Employees are eligible to receive up to $2,000 per fiscal year in tuition reimbursement. FITNESS PROGRAM Employeesare offered free access to City-sponsored sports and fitness programs. The City also offers a flexible spending benefits plan, employee assistance program, and other voluntary insurance. Contact Human Resources (HR) at 408-586-3090 or www.ci.milpitas.ca.gov for more information on employee benefits. 01 Do you possess a Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with major coursework in human resources administration, public administration, political science, business administration, or a closely related field? Yes No 02 Please select the department(s) you are interested in: Fire Department Public Works 03 Please select the experience that best applies to your application: Previous work experience in providing administrative support in a Public Safety Department Previous work experience in providing administrative support in a Public Sector Department No experience in providing administrative support 04 Do you have experience establishing working relationships with organizations and agencies in the fire service and emergency response community? Yes No 05 Please select all the areas of experience that apply to your application: Experience with Crystal Reports Experience with Telestaff (workforce timekeeper) query design Experience with records management systems Experience with National Fire Incident Reporting System (NFIR) Experience and advanced proficiency with Excel 06 Please select the experience that you have have with environmental programs and initiatives: No experience 0-12 months of experience 12-24 months of experience 24 months or more of experience 07 Please select ALL the computer skills or technical/design applications that you have experience using: GIS Arc-GIS Graphic Design Adobe Photoshop/Illustrator Microsoft Office Suite Statistical analysis Other 08 If selected Other for Question #7, please list all other computer skills or technical/design applications you have experience using below: Required Question Closing Date/Time: 7/28/2022 11:59 PM Pacific
CITY OF MILPITAS, CA Milpitas, California, United States
Jun 29, 2022
Full Time
Definition To provide digital media support for the City, including video, audio, and digital media productions, such as announcements, presentations, and public information, to be streamed and broadcasted on various media. To provide audio-visual support for public and internal meetings and events. Broadcast, stream, and record regularly scheduled meetings and special events. Post agendas, minutes, and other updates to the City's website. To evaluate, plan, and coordinate maintenance of audio-video equipment and systems used citywide. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS This position has primary responsibilities for the operation of City-owned media content and systems. Incumbents are expected to work with minimal supervision. This position is distinguished from the Information Technology Analyst in that the latter is responsible for software development, database, security, network and/or server administration, service desk management and/or GIS. Examples of Duties Duties may include, but are not limited to, the following: Broadcasts and records regular monthly scheduled meetings including the City Council meeting and the Planning Commission meeting each month with the possibility of additional meetings and/or special events. Makes copies of meetings agendas and/or material information and provides in various media formats when requested. Prepares the Council Chambers for meetings, including setting up video equipment, arranging name plates and chairs, confirming proper operation of audio and video systems, preparing the streaming, and recording systems for the events and secures the Council Chamber at the end of the scheduled meetings. Post meeting agendas and minutes to the City's website promptly. Assist Public Information Office (PIO) in posting public information on the Website and various media platforms. Organizes, schedules, and shoots a variety of digital content for playback on various public media, including websites and social media platforms. Creates, edits, and directs digital content for educational and promotional purposes of City programs and functions. Works with City staff to produce video productions for both internal and external use and manages the process of creating video productions from program conception to final product. Sets up adequate lighting, sound, and other equipment necessary to produce quality content. Troubleshoot, research, evaluate, plan and coordinate maintenance of all audio-video equipment and systems used citywide, including council chamber and conference room AV systems. Maintain vendor contracts, appropriate replacement parts inventory, and create and update proper documentation of AV systems. Provide user training for audio and video systems, including technology in conference rooms. Assists others with setting up computer presentations for the meeting. Prepare user training materials and media. Support the City's PIO office to record emergency video and radio broadcasting of information in the event of a disaster or for emergency preparedness. Participates in emergency planning, preparation, and response activities related to public information and communications. Perform related duties as assigned. Typical Qualifications Knowledge of: Principles and techniques of audio, digital media, video production, and broadcasting. Operation of audio systems, media production, and broadcast equipment, processes and techniques of digital media production. Principles and practices of public administration. Customs and practices of public broadcast media. Basic research and analysis methodology and techniques. Office methods, procedures, software, and equipment Ability to: Work independently with minimal supervision. Communicate clearly, concisely and effectively, both orally and in writing. Understand and effectively communicate technical data to the media and the public. Plan, organize and produce public, educational and government programming. Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with the City Council, City staff, and the general public. Learn, interpret and implement applicable Federal, State and local laws and regulations related to program areas of responsibility. Plan, develop and execute the production of video media presentations for broadcast. Prepare training guide/materials to educate users on the proper use of the systems and/or equipment EXPERIENCE AND EDUCATION Any combination of experience and education that would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be: Experience: Two years of experience in one or more of the following areas: government access television, broadcasting, television news programming, or similar television and media production environment with at least one year of media production experience. Education: Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in broadcast journalism, radio and television production, communications or a closely related field. LICENSE OR CERTIFICATE: Possession and maintenance of a valid California Driver's License is required. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: Essential duties require the following physical abilities and work environment. Typically, work is performed in an office environment; exposure to outdoor elements; extensive use of the telephone, radio and multiple media equipment, repetitive keyboarding on a computer; ability to walk on uneven ground; reach (including overhead), squat, bend, lift, crawl and climb; push, pull, and carry up to 50 pounds; drive to various locations within and outside the City of Milpitas; ability to work safely is essential; may be required to crawl in confined spaces. Incumbents must be able to travel to various locations within and outside of the City of Milpitas to fulfill job responsibilities. This position requires a flexible schedule and works varying hours including evenings and possibly weekends. When driving on City business, maintenance of a valid California driver's license and a satisfactory driving record is required. 01 Do you have a Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in broadcast journalism, radio and television production, communications, or a closely related field? Yes No 02 Please indicate areas of experience that best apply to your application (Check all that apply). Government access television Broadcasting Television news programming or similar television Media production enviroment None of the above 03 Do you have at least one year of media production experience? Yes No Required Question Closing Date/Time: 7/19/2022 11:59 PM Pacific
CITY OF MILPITAS, CA Milpitas, California, United States
Jun 29, 2022
Temporary
Definition **THIS IS AN OPEN UNTIL FILLED RECRUITMENT, AND MAY BE CLOSED AT ANY TIME. APPLICATIONS ARE SCREENED ON AN AS-NEEDED BASIS** This is a temporary, un-represented, part-time position . Under close supervision, the Seasonal Maintenance Worker assists in the performance of a variety of entry-level and unskilled maintenance and repair duties in assigned maintenance operations, which may include water, sewer, storm, park, landscape, street, road, and facility maintenance. Examples of Duties Duties may include, but are not limited to the following: Performs preparatory work for maintenance activities, including: gathering equipment, materials and supplies; loading and unloading materials, and laying out materials and equipment for projects Performs a variety of routine physical labor tasks, depending upon area of assignment, including: posting general notices, pulling weeds, picking up litter, raking leaves and debris, planting, miscellaneous painting tasks, replacing light bulbs, emptying trash bins, graffiti removal, and restroom janitorial work Performs cleanup at the end of the day or when the job is completed, including: picking up tools, spills, and debris; cleaning work areas, and performing touch-up work as needed. May operate a vehicle for pickup and delivery duties May operate power tools such as power washer, leaf blower, weed eaters and basic hand tools such as brooms, shovels, rakes, hoes, etc. Performs other duties of a similar nature or level. Typical Qualifications Experience and Education Completion of coursework equivalent to the eighth grade; or an equivalent combination of education and experience sufficient to successfully perform the essential duties of the job as noted above. License and Other Requirements A valid class C California Driver's License and a satisfactory driving record is required. Special Requirements Must be 18 years of age or older Must be able to work various weekday hours between 7:00 AM and 5:30 PM up to 29 hours per week. The City of Milpitas is requiring proof of vaccination status against COVID 19 as a condition of employment. If you have a disability or religious objection to receiving the vaccine and require accommodation, you will be given the opportunity to request an accommodation. Accommodated employees will be required to submit to weekly testing. In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, the City of Milpitas will provide reasonable accommodation to qualified individuals with disabilities and encourages both prospective and current employees to discuss potential accommodations with the Human Resources Department. The City of Milpitas is an Equal Opportunity Employer. City of Milpitas Temporary/ Seasonal Employee* Benefits at a Glance Retirement Benefits Federal law requires that employees who are not members of the City retirement plan (CalPERS) be covered under an alternate retirement plan (PARS). 6% of your salary will be deducted for participation in the PARS plan. The City will also contribute 1.5% of your earnings to your PARS account every pay period. Paid Time Off In accordance with State Law, after 90 days, Temporary/Seasonal employees receive 24 hours to use for sick leave. Work and Life Temporary/Seasonal employees are eligible for membership at the Milpitas Sports Center. Temporary/Seasonal employees are eligible for membership in Commonwealth Credit Union, which offers a broad range of financial and investment services. Temporary/Seasonal employees may qualify for Transportation Reduction Incentive Program (TRIP) cash incentive or transit subsidies based on their commute method. Health Insurance (Not available to most Temporary/Seasonal Employees) Temporary employees in a non-clerical position hired in the Planning, Engineering and Building Divisions may qualify for participation in CalPERS health, Delta Dental and Vision. (per Res. 7062) o Multiple plans available through CalPERS Health; plans with Kaiser rate or lower are paid by the City. Delta Dental: City paid Vision: City paid *Temporary/Seasonal employees are limited to work no more than 1000 hours per Fiscal Year. 01 Do you have a valid California Driver's License with a satisfactory driving record? Yes No Required Question Closing Date/Time:
CITY OF MILPITAS, CA Milpitas, California, United States
Jun 23, 2022
Full Time
Definition The Police Evidence Technician performs technical support duties to provide effective storage, maintenance, and control of police department evidence and property. SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND EXERCISED Receives general supervision from the Technical Services Captain or other designated supervisor. Coordinates with other employees and vendors as necessary to transport, deliver, or dispose of evidence and property. Examples of Duties Duties may include, but are not limited to, the following: Receives, sorts, records, stores, secures, releases, and disposes of all evidence and property in accordance with established procedures and laws. Updates policies and procedures relating to evidence and property. Maintains all evidence storage areas at police building and any remote site(s). Prepares evidence and property for auction and coordinates pick-up. Processes auction payments and required advertisements. Photographs evidence. Assists with cataloging evidence and property at Search Warrant scenes when called upon. Processes court orders for return, destruction, or disposition of evidence and property. Processes official requests from officers, District Attorney's Office, private attorneys, and insurance companies for copies of evidence and other items in a timely manner and in accordance with established procedures and laws. Works with the City Attorney in a timely manner on the disposal of certain types of evidence and property, including confiscated firearms and weapons. Transports evidence to and from crime lab, coroner's office, and other locations. Testifies in court as required. Coordinates requests for narcotics analysis; transports narcotics to crime lab. Decontaminates biohazard areas, such as blood-dry cabinets. Arranges for disposal of hazardous materials. Prepares weapons and narcotics for disposal and coordinates destruction. Transports weapons and narcotics for disposal with sworn officer. Drive to various locations, inside and out of Milpitas. Provides regular updates to officers in proper evidence handling and packaging procedures. Conforms to Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) regulations. Compiles relevant statistics. Maintains proficiency with current firearms and weapons laws. Performs other duties as assigned. Typical Qualifications Knowledge of: Modern office procedures and practices. Word processing programs, spreadsheets, and e-mail. Appropriate telephone etiquette and customer service skills. Basic organization and functions of a municipal law enforcement agency. Basic firearm safety and handling. Techniques for resolving conflict and effectively working with wide segments of the public, often under stressful and adverse conditions. Ability to: Communicate clearly and accurately, using excellent interpersonal skills. Apply accuracy, security, and attention to detail in handling, storing, and tracking of evidence and property. Safely handle controlled substances, firearms, and contaminated items. Converse effectively over the telephone, in person, and over a two-way radio. Learn laws applicable to duties and responsibilities. Interpret and apply State laws and regulations of the City and Police Department. Prepare accurate and grammatically correct written reports. Take the initiative necessary to maintain efficient operations. Coordinate, organize, and prioritize workload to meet deadlines. Exercise sound judgment, initiative, and creativity. Maintain an efficient record keeping system. Operate camera equipment and audio/video duplicating equipment. Understand and carry out verbal directions and written instructions. Work cooperatively and deal tactfully with others, including co-workers, officers, outside agencies, and the public. Learn specific public safety computer software applications. Utilize and operate the department, state, and federal computer systems. Stay informed on new developments in the field of evidence and property control. Be available as required and travel out of town to attend meetings, trainings, and seminars during work and non-work hours. EXPERIENCE AND EDUCATION Any combination of experience and education that would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be: Experience: One year of increasingly responsible experience in general clerical work, and one year of evidence and property control or related support function in a law enforcement agency. Similar experience in the private sector will be considered. Education: Equivalent to the completion of the twelfth grade. Coursework or in-service training in accounting or inventory control is highly desirable. License or Certificate: Possession of a valid California Driver License and a satisfactory driving record. EXAM PROCESS Applications will be competitively screened based on the minimum qualifications of this position. Based on a review of the overall application and the application material required to be attached , the most qualified candidates will be invited to participate in the in-person oral examination process, tentatively scheduled for the week of July 25th. Supplemental Information SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS Essential duties require the following physical abilities and work environment: Work is frequently performed in a highly structured, enclosed, and secured environment. Position requires sitting, standing, walking on level, uneven, and slippery surfaces, reaching, twisting, turning, kneeling, bending, stooping, squatting, crouching, grasping, and making repetitive hand movements in the performance of daily duties. The position also requires both near and far vision when operating assigned equipment and using a computer screen. Acute hearing is required in the office as well as other remote locations. The ability to lift, carry, and push, with or without assistance, equipment, property, and evidence that may consist of large or variously shaped objects and weigh up to 50 pounds is also required. The incumbent may be exposed to toxic substances and hazardous materials, such as narcotics and/or weapons, as well as biohazards, such as blood and/or chemicals. This position will also drive motorized vehicles. Some of these requirements may be accommodated for otherwise qualified individuals, requiring and requesting such accommodations. Must be willing to work in a warehouse environment and wear a uniform. In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, the City of Milpitas will provide reasonable accommodation to qualified individuals with disabilities and encourages both prospective and current employees to discuss potential accommodations with the Human Resources Department. The City of Milpitas is an Equal Opportunity Employer. http://www.ci.milpitas.ca.gov/wp-content/uploads/2019/04/Milpitas_Benefit-Guide_POA_FINAL.pdf 01 Do you have one year of increasingly responsible experience in general clerical work? Yes No 02 Do you have one year of increasingly responsible experience in evidence and property control or related support function in a law enforcement agency? Yes No 03 Do you possess the equivalent to the completion of the twelfth grade? Yes No 04 Are you in possession of a California Driver's License and a satisfactory driving record? Yes No Required Question Closing Date/Time: 7/7/2022 11:59 PM Pacific
CITY OF MILPITAS, CA Milpitas, California, United States
Jun 18, 2022
Full Time
Definition To perform a variety of responsible administrative and analytical assignments in the support of the improvement of management functions, practices and services or the implementation of program objectives; to perform professional work in a variety of program areas; and to provide staff support in the administration and implementation of City programs, and policies as assigned. Positions in this class perform a wide variety of management analysis activities. Typical assignment areas include, but are not limited to budgeting, management and organization, workflow and staffing, systems development, program management and evaluation, policy and procedure development, management information analysis, classification, recruitment and examination, employee relations, and training. Incumbents may be assigned to either a specific analysis activity, such as budget review or operations analysis, or to a generalist assignment with responsibility for dealing with a wide array of analytical staff assignments. Incumbents are expected to be capable of performing a variety of management analysis techniques and procedures. This is the full journey level class in the Administrative Analyst series: Positions in this class are distinguished from the Administrative Analyst I class in that incumbents are able to perform the full range of duties, as assigned, independently with only occasional instruction or assistance as new or unusual situations arise. **ALTHOUGH THE CURRENT VACANCY IS IN BUILDING SAFETY AND HOUSING, THE ELIGIBILE LIST ESTABLISHED FROM THIS RECRUITMENT MAY BE USED TO FILL OTHER VACANCIES DURING THE LIFE OF THE LIST** Examples of Duties Duties may include, but are not limited to, the following: Perform a variety of responsible and technical administrative and analytical assignments. Conduct surveys and perform research and statistical analyses as requested; prepare summary reports. Interview and consult with departmental officials and employees, representatives from other organizations and groups, and the general public to give and/or secure necessary information. Assist in formulating program policy, goals and procedures; collect and compile relevant data supporting recommendations. Assist in the development of new program elements and program modifications as necessary to meet stated goals and objectives of assigned program responsibilities. Analyze issues and prepare reports. Monitor and coordinate the daily operation of assigned program area; perform administrative detail work and maintain appropriate records and statistics; monitor progress and evaluate work measurement data of various City programs. Develop and analyze quantitative data for management evaluation purposes. Prepare and present factual and statistical data and make recommendations in written, graphic and oral form. Make verbal presentations of study findings/recommendations to department and City management and commissions, as the assignment requires. Provide information and interpretation regarding City rules, regulations and procedures. Perform audits and analysis in areas such as: programs, contracts, and budgets. Participate in special projects as assigned. Input and retrieve data from computer systems. Perform related duties as assigned. Typical Qualifications Knowledge of: Principles of local government organization and administration. Statistical concepts and methods. Communications techniques required for gathering, evaluating, and transmitting information. Applicable federal and state laws and regulations. Fundamental principles and practices of public administration. Principles and practices of budgetary analysis. Report writing techniques and spreadsheet development and analysis techniques. Ability to: Learn applicable procedures, rules, laws, and policies. Communicate effectively, orally and in writing. Gather, analyze, evaluate, interpret and present a variety of data and information. Prepare reports supporting recommendations. Establish and maintain effective working relationships. Interact with personnel at all organizational levels and function in stressful and/or confrontational situations. Initiate, plan, and complete work assignments with a minimum amount of supervision. Collect, compile, and analyze information and data. Apply and interpret procedures, rules, laws, and policies. Analyze complex data and make sound, well-structured recommendations. Use and manage automated information systems, including the personal computer applications such as word processing and spreadsheets. EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE Any combination of experience and education that would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be: Experience: Two years of responsible technical or administrative experience in an operating or staff agency in business or government, comparable to that of an Administration Analyst I in the City of Milpitas. Education: Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with major coursework in human resources administration, public administration, political science, business administration or a closely related field. Education documents are required for this position . All candidates must submit a copy of their college diploma (verifying the degree, date earned and area of specialization) or official/unofficial transcripts (verifying institution, student, date, degree and area of specialization conferred) by the final filing deadline. Candidates who fail to submit their diploma or transcripts by the final filing date will be disqualified from the recruitment. PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING : Candidates who attended a college or university that is accredited by a foreign or non-U.S. accrediting agency must have their educational units evaluated by an educational evaluation service. The result must be submitted to the Human Resources Department no later than the close of the recruitment. Please contact the local college or university to learn where this service can be obtained. License or Certificate: Possession and maintenance of a valid California Driver's License may be required. Supplemental Information SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND EXERCISED Receives general supervision from the immediate supervisor. May exercise supervision over assigned clerical or technical personnel. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS Essential duties require the following physical abilities and work environment. Ability to work in a standard office environment; able to travel to various locations within and outside the City of Milpitas. **An oral board for this position will be held via Zoom** The current vacancy is in Building Safety and Housing, and is for a three (3) year limited term position. Continued funding of the position after three years will require the approval of the City Council. CONFLICT OF INTEREST Incumbents in this position are required to file a Conflict of Interest Statement upon assuming office, annually, and upon leaving office, in accordance with Resolution No. 8833. The City of Milpitas is requiring proof of vaccination status against COVID 19 as a condition of employment. If you have a disability or religious objection to receiving the vaccine and require accommodation, you will be given the opportunity to request an accommodation. Accommodated employees will be required to submit to weekly testing. In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, the City of Milpitas will provide reasonable accommodation to qualified individuals with disabilities and encourages both prospective and current employees to discuss potential accommodations with the Human Resources Department. The City of Milpitas is an Equal Opportunity Employer. RETIREMENT Membership in CalPERS (2% at 60 or 2% at 62 with three year average salary). City of Milpitas employees do not participate in Social Security,but do contribute to Medicare. MEDICAL INSURANCE Choice of CalPERS Medical Plans. City pays coverage up to the Kaiser rate (currently $2,228.36/mo. for family). Employees who waive health coverage are eligible to receive $125 per month in lieu of medical plan coverage with proof of other coverage. RETIREE MEDICAL Employees are eligible upon CalPERS retirement from the City to receive up to 100% retiree medical coverage (currently based on the Kaiser health rate), based on years of service. DENTAL & VISION City provides full family coverage for Delta Dental and MES Vision at no cost to the employee. LIFE INSURANCE City provides $50,000 term policy. Supplemental employee-paid life insurance is available up to $500,000, based on carrier acceptance. DISABILITY INSURANCE City provides a Short-Term Disability plan similar to State Disability Insurance (SDI) coverage. Employees do not participate in SDI. Long-Term Disability coverage of 60% of base salary up to $1,500 per month is available after a 60-day waiting period. Additional buy-up options for LTD are available up to $6,000 per month. DEFERRED COMPENSATION City contributes $75 per month on the employee's behalf. VACATION Hourly employees earn 11-31 days of vacation and Exempt employees earn 16-36 days of vacation based on years of service. HOLIDAYS Employees receive 12 paid holidays and one (1) floating holiday per year. SICK LEAVE Employees earn 12 days annually. TUITION REIMBURSEMENT Employees are eligible to receive up to $2,000 per fiscal year in tuition reimbursement. FITNESS PROGRAM Employeesare offered free access to City-sponsored sports and fitness programs. The City also offers a flexible spending benefits plan, employee assistance program, and other voluntary insurance. Contact Human Resources (HR) at 408-586-3090 or www.ci.milpitas.ca.gov for more information on employee benefits. 01 Do you possess a Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with major coursework in human resources administration, public administration, political science, business administration or a closely related field? Yes No 02 Please describe your experience as an Administrative Analyst. Include in your answer the dates, employer, and scope of responsibility. Please note that this employer must also be included in the body of your application. Required Question Closing Date/Time: 7/11/2022 11:59 PM Pacific
CITY OF MILPITAS, CA Milpitas, California, United States
Jun 11, 2022
Full Time
Definition The Milpitas Police Department is a full service department, with 110 employees (86 sworn). The department provides public safety to 71,000 residents in a 14.5 square mile urban area. A wide variety of services include a SWAT Team, K-9 Unit, Crime Prevention Unit, Detective Bureau, and Traffic Safety Unit. Most officers work a 4-10 plan. THE POSITION Police Officers serve a diverse community by performing law enforcement and crime prevention duties, which include but are not limited to: controlling traffic flow, conducting investigative work, and performing a variety of technical law enforcement tasks. Police Officers also patrol the City in computer-equipped vehicles, make arrests as necessary, interview victims, complainants and witnesses, collect evidence, and prepare written reports. Examples of Duties Patrol City in radio-equipped car; answer calls for the protection of life and property, and the enforcement of City, County, and State laws; may conduct both preliminary and follow-up investigations of disturbances, prowlers, burglaries, thefts, hold-ups, death, and other criminal incidents. Patrol the City on a motor cycle or in a radar-equipped patrol unit; respond to calls related to traffic incidents and any other required emergencies; observe, monitor and control routine and unusual traffic conditions; assist and advise motorists and enforce traffic safety laws. Make arrests as necessary; interview victims, complainants and witnesses; interrogate suspects; gather and preserve evidence; testify and present evidence in court. Collect and present evidence using scientific identification techniques and testify in court. Contact and cooperate with other law enforcement agencies in matters relating to the apprehension of offenders and the investigation of offenses. Prepare reports and arrests made, activities performed, and unusual incidents observed. Stop drivers who are operating vehicles in violation of laws; issue citations and make arrests as necessary. Check buildings for physical security. Direct traffic at fire, special events, and other emergency or congested situations. Maintain contact with citizens regarding potential law enforcement problems and preserve good relationships with the general public. Assist in the performance of special investigative and crime prevention duties as required. Transport prisoners, serve warrants and subpoenas; retrieve and request information involving arrests and subpoenas; submit reports on complaints and perform other work related to the processing of misdemeanor and felony complaints. Serve warrants within the department and with outside agencies; provide functional guidance to clerical staff involved in warrant processing; keep up-to-date on laws and procedures required for processing warrants. Administer first aid as necessary. Typical Qualifications Knowledge of: Police methods of procedures, including patrol, crime prevention, traffic control, investigation and identification techniques, and equipment, police records and reports, and first aid techniques. Criminal law and criminal procedure with particular reference to the apprehension, arrest, and custody of persons committing misdemeanors and felonies, including rules of evidence pertaining to the, seizure and preservation of evidence. Offensive and defensive weapons nomenclature and theory. Self defense tactics. Interviewing and interrogation techniques. Geography of local area. Ability to: Observe accurately and remember faces, numbers, incidents, and places. Use and care for firearms. Think and act quickly in emergencies, and judge situations and people accurately. Learn, understand, and interpret laws and regulations. Prepare accurate and grammatically correct written reports. Learn standard broadcasting procedures of a police radio system. Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with those contacted in the course of work. Understand and carry out oral and written directions. Meet the physical requirements established by the Department. Successfully complete P.O.S.T. department training requirements. EXPERIENCE AND EDUCATION Any combination of experience and education that would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be: Experience: None required. Education: Sixty semester units of college level studies with major course work in police science or related field. i.e. liberal arts, business, psychology, or political science. All of the following must be attached: POST Entry Level Police Officer test with a minimum T-score of 50, taken within one year of the filing deadline. Certificate of passing the physical agility test at a South Bay Regional Safety Training Consortium (SBRSTC) academy within one year of the filing deadline. To set up an appointment to take the written and physical agility test call the South Bay Regional Public Safety Training Consortium (SBRSTC) at: (408) 229-4299. College Transcripts (copies accepted) EXAM PROCESS Applications will be competitively screened based on the minimum qualifications of this position. Based on a review of the overall application and the application material required to be attached , the most qualified candidates will be invited to participate in the in-person oral examination process, tentatively scheduled for the week of July 11th. Supplemental Information SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND EXERCISED General supervision is provided by a Police Sergeant. Assignments may require indirect supervision of sworn and non-sworn personnel. In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, the City of Milpitas will provide reasonable accommodation to qualified individuals with disabilities and encourages both prospective and current employees to discuss potential accommodations with the Human Resources Department. The City of Milpitas is an Equal Opportunity Employer. http://www.ci.milpitas.ca.gov/wp-content/uploads/2019/04/Milpitas_Benefit-Guide_POA_FINAL.pdf 01 Have you graduated from a POST-Certified Law Enforcement Training Academy? Yes No 02 Have you completed the POST Entry Level Police Officer test with a minimum T-score of 50 within the past year? Yes No 03 Have you completed the physical agility test at a South Bay Regional Safety Training Consortium (SBRSTC) or acceptable testing center within the past year? Yes No 04 Have you completed 60 semester or 90 quarter units from an accredited college or university with major course work in police science, liberal arts, business, political science, psychology, or a related field? Yes No Required Question Closing Date/Time: 7/2/2022 11:59 PM Pacific
CITY OF MILPITAS, CA Milpitas, California, United States
Jun 11, 2022
Full Time
Definition The Milpitas Police Department is a full service department, with 110 employees (86 sworn). The department provides public safety to 71,000 residents in a 14.5 square mile urban area. A wide variety of services include a SWAT Team, K-9 Unit, Crime Prevention Unit, Detective Bureau, and Traffic Safety Unit. Most officers work a 4-10 plan. THE POSITION Police Officers serve a diverse community by performing law enforcement and crime prevention duties, which include but are not limited to: controlling traffic flow, conducting investigative work, and performing a variety of technical law enforcement tasks. Police Officers also patrol the City in computer-equipped vehicles, make arrests as necessary, interview victims, complainants and witnesses, collect evidence, and prepare written reports. Examples of Duties Patrol City in radio-equipped car; answer calls for the protection of life and property, and the enforcement of City, County, and State laws; may conduct both preliminary and follow-up investigations of disturbances, prowlers, burglaries, thefts, hold-ups, death, and other criminal incidents. Patrol the City on a motor cycle or in a radar-equipped patrol unit; respond to calls related to traffic incidents and any other required emergencies; observe, monitor and control routine and unusual traffic conditions; assist and advise motorists and enforce traffic safety laws. Make arrests as necessary; interview victims, complainants and witnesses; interrogate suspects; gather and preserve evidence; testify and present evidence in court. Collect and present evidence using scientific identification techniques and testify in court. Contact and cooperate with other law enforcement agencies in matters relating to the apprehension of offenders and the investigation of offenses. Prepare reports and arrests made, activities performed, and unusual incidents observed. Stop drivers who are operating vehicles in violation of laws; issue citations and make arrests as necessary. Check buildings for physical security. Direct traffic at fire, special events, and other emergency or congested situations. Maintain contact with citizens regarding potential law enforcement problems and preserve good relationships with the general public. Assist in the performance of special investigative and crime prevention duties as required. Transport prisoners, serve warrants and subpoenas; retrieve and request information involving arrests and subpoenas; submit reports on complaints and perform other work related to the processing of misdemeanor and felony complaints. Serve warrants within the department and with outside agencies; provide functional guidance to clerical staff involved in warrant processing; keep up-to-date on laws and procedures required for processing warrants. Administer first aid as necessary. Typical Qualifications Knowledge of: Police methods of procedures, including patrol, crime prevention, traffic control, investigation and identification techniques, and equipment, police records and reports, and first aid techniques. Criminal law and criminal procedure with particular reference to the apprehension, arrest, and custody of persons committing misdemeanors and felonies, including rules of evidence pertaining to the, seizure and preservation of evidence. Offensive and defensive weapons nomenclature and theory. Self defense tactics. Interviewing and interrogation techniques. Geography of local area. Ability to: Observe accurately and remember faces, numbers, incidents, and places. Use and care for firearms. Think and act quickly in emergencies, and judge situations and people accurately. Learn, understand, and interpret laws and regulations. Prepare accurate and grammatically correct written reports. Learn standard broadcasting procedures of a police radio system. Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with those contacted in the course of work. Understand and carry out oral and written directions. Meet the physical requirements established by the Department. Successfully complete P.O.S.T. department training requirements. EXPERIENCE AND EDUCATION Any combination of experience and education that would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be: Experience: None required. Education: Sixty semester units of college level studies with major course work in police science or related field. i.e. liberal arts, business, psychology, or political science. All of the following must be attached: Please submit your POST certificate or Academy certificate of completion within the previous 36 months; College transcripts (copies accepted). Only those candidates who have passed probation and FTO and are currently working for a law enforcement agency will be considered. EXAM PROCESS Applications will be competitively screened based on the minimum qualifications of this position. Based on a review of the overall application and the application material required to be attached , the most qualified candidates will be invited to participate in the in-person oral examination process, tentatively scheduled for the week of July 11th. Supplemental Information Supervision Received and Exercised General supervision is provided by a Police Sergeant. Assignments may require indirect supervision of sworn and non-sworn personnel. In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, the City of Milpitas will provide reasonable accommodation to qualified individuals with disabilities and encourages both prospective and current employees to discuss potential accommodations with the Human Resources Department. The City of Milpitas is an Equal Opportunity Employer. http://www.ci.milpitas.ca.gov/wp-content/uploads/2019/04/Milpitas_Benefit-Guide_POA_FINAL.pdf 01 Have you completed the POST certificate or Academy certification within the previous 36 months? Yes No 02 Have you previously passed probation and FTO and are you currently working for a law enforcement agency? Yes No 03 Have you completed 60 semester or 90 quarter units from an accredited college or university with major course work in police science, liberal arts, business, political science, psychology, or a related field? Yes No Required Question Closing Date/Time: 7/2/2022 11:59 PM Pacific
CITY OF MILPITAS, CA Milpitas, California, United States
Jun 08, 2022
Full Time
Definition THIS RECRUITMENT IS OPEN UNTIL FILLED, AND MAY CLOSE AT ANY TIME. FOR FIRST CONSIDERATION, APPLY NO LATER THAN MAY 30, 202 2. The current vacancy is in the Engineering Department Why join the Engineering Team in the City of Milpitas? Milpitas is a rapidly changing city. Good engineering and design of all public improvements ensures that the City of Milpitas continues to serve our residents, businesses, visitors, and community at large with a safe and attractive City to live, work, and play. The City of Milpitas has an Engineering Department dedicated to enhancing the quality of life in Milpitas with well-engineered City infrastructure projects and safeguarding the City's resources and the environment. Our team is dedicated to providing high-quality engineering services to the citizens we serve. We are proud to know that our contributions make a difference to the community we serve as we grow our own careers. THE JOB The Junior Engineer will perform professional and technical engineering work in assigned area of responsibility including, but not limited to design and construction, utility engineering, land development, building renovation, and/or traffic engineering. This is the entry-level class in the professional engineering series. Positions in this class possess the applicable educational and training background required of classes in the professional engineering series, yet typically lack practical work experience. The Junior Engineer class is distinguished from the Assistant Engineer by the performance of less than the full range of duties as assigned to the journey level class within this series. This class is typically used as a training class in that incumbents may have only limited or no directly related work experience. Incumbents work under immediate supervision while learning job tasks. Examples of Duties Perform professional and technical engineering work relative to projects assigned, including but not limited to design and construction, land development, building renovation, traffic engineering, and/or utility engineering. Respond to question from contractors, developers, construction inspection staff, and the general public related to assigned area of responsibility. Design, prepare, and/or review plans and specifications for public works projects including pumping stations, streets, storm drains, sewer lines, building renovation, and related projects. Research project design requirements; perform calculations and prepare estimates of time and material costs. Investigate field problems affecting property owners, contractors, and maintenance operations; resolve problems or refer as appropriate. Request and/or participate in the collection of survey and mapping data. Prepare estimates and feasibility reports for new or modified services and structures, Participate in the plan check, review, and processing of plans for private developments affecting city streets, sewers, drains and related public works facilities; assure compliance with appropriate codes, ordinances, rules and regulations. Coordinate, develop and administer special assessment districts relative to the provision of public works improvements and services; meet with affected parties and explain the process, purpose and procedures. Assume responsibility for land and easement acquisition. Participate in and conduct traffic related studies and surveys; collect and compile relevant data including information on accidents, traffic flows, signalization, and other related statistics. Prepare visual presentations and reports. Review design/construction plans and specifications and recommend approval for construction. Administer the advertisement and bidding of public works projects. Participate in the projection of sewerage capacity including estilnating future sewer discharge and water consumption. Check developments for water and sewer Master Plan conformance. Prepare special engineering studies and reports. Coordinate engineering activities with other City departments, divisions and sections and with outside agencies. Operate computer system as assigned including data entry and output; development of programs, troubleshooting and updating current systems; coordinate activities with data processing. Contract with, and manage, professional engineering consultants. Manage public works construction projects from design through completion of construction. Perform related duties as assigned. When assigned to Traffic Engineering: Performs professional and technical engineering work relative to traffic engineering projects including design, drafting, the collection & analysis of traffic engineering data and investigation of requests for traffic controls. Design, prepare and/or review plans and specifications for street improvement projects Participate in and conduct traffic related studies and surveys; collect and compile relevant data including information on accidents, traffic flows, signalization, and other related statistics. When assigned to Traffic Engineering: A Junior Engineer assigned to the Traffic Engineering Division working under general supervision, performs a variety of technical field and office traffic engineering support duties including design, drafting, collection & analysis of traffic engineering data, deployment of substantially heavy traffic data collection equipment, and investigation of requests for traffic controls. Typical Qualifications Knowledge of : Principles and practices of engineering as applied to public works, utilities, building renovation, transportation, or land development. Applicable laws and regulatory codes relevant to assigned area of responsibility. Methods, materials, tools and equipment used in engineering construction. Principles of algebra, geometry and trigonometry and their application to engineering. Ability to : Prepare plans and drawings neatly and accurately. Make engineering design computations and check, design, and prepare engineering plans and studies. Learn and understand City engineering policies and procedures. Learn applicable laws and regulatory codes applicable to areas of assigned responsibility. Communicate effectively, orally and in writing. Perform civil engineering computations, including but not limited to: surveying, open channel flow, pressure pipe, flexible pavement design, traffic design, and building seismic improvements. Prepare reports encompassing raw technical data; make effective cost estimates and recommendations. Establish and maintain effective working relationships with City staff, developers, contractors, engineers, construction inspectors, and the general public. EXPERIENCE AND EDUCATION Any combination of experience and education that would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be: Education: A Bachelor of Science degree from an accredited college or university in civil engineering or other engineering discipline. License or Certificate: Possess and maintain throughout employment an appropriate, valid California Driver's License. Other Requirements: Essential duties require the following physical abilities and work environment: Typically, work is performed primarily in an office environment and at construction sites; exposure to outdoor elements; extensive use of the telephone, radios, and computers with repetitive keyboarding; ability to walk on uneven ground; reach (including overhead), squat, bend, lift, crawl, and, climb; push, pull, and carry up to 30 lbs; drive to various locations daily within and outside the City of Milpitas; ability to work safely in a hard-hat construction zone is essential; exposure to construction-related chemicals and products; may be required to crawl in confined spaces. Supplemental Information SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND EXERCISED Receives immediate supervision from a higher-level professional engineer. May receive functional or technical supervision from other division staff. May exercise technical or functional supervisor over technical staff within engineering division. May exercise project-related supervision over construction inspection staff within the engineering division. In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, the City of Milpitas will provide reasonable accommodation to qualified individuals with disabilities and encourages both prospective and current employees to discuss potential accommodations with the Human Resources Department. The City of Milpitas is an Equal Opportunity Employer. RETIREMENT Membership in CalPERS (2% at 60 or 2% at 62 with three year average salary). City of Milpitas employees do not participate in Social Security, but do contribute to Medicare. MEDICAL INSURANCE Choice of CalPERS Medical Plans. City pays coverage up to the Kaiser rate (currently $2,228.36/mo. for family). Employees who waive health coverage are eligible to receive $125 per month in lieu of medical plan coverage with proof of other coverage. RETIREE MEDICAL Employees are eligible upon CalPERS retirement from the City to receive up to 100% retiree medical coverage (currently based on the Kaiser health rate), based on years of service. DENTAL & VISION City provides full family coverage for Delta Dental and MES Vision at no cost to the employee. LIFE INSURANCE City provides $50,000 term policy. Supplemental employee-paid life insurance is available up to $500,000, based on carrier acceptance. DISABILITY INSURANCE City provides a Short-Term Disability plan similar to State Disability Insurance (SDI) coverage. Employees do not participate in SDI. Long-Term Disability coverage of 60% of base salary up to $1,500 per month is available after a 60-day waiting period. Additional buy-up options for LTD are available up to $6,000 per month. DEFERRED COMPENSATION City contributes $75 per month on the employee's behalf. VACATION Hourly employees earn 11-31 days of vacation based on years of service. HOLIDAYS Employees receive 12 paid holidays and one (1) floating holiday per year. SICK LEAVE Employees earn 12 days annually. TUITION REIMBURSEMENT Employees are eligible to receive up to $1,400 per fiscal year in tuition reimbursement. FITNESS PROGRAM Employeesare offered free access to City-sponsored sports and fitness programs. The City also offers a flexible spending benefits plan, employee assistance program, and other voluntary insurance. Contact Human Resources (HR) at 408-586-3090 or www.ci.milpitas.ca.gov for more information on employee benefits. 01 Do you possess a Bachelor of Science degree from an accredited college or university in Civil Engineering? Yes No 02 Do you possess an Engineering-in-Training Certificate accepted by the State of California? This certificate is desired BUT not required. Yes No 03 I understand that I am applying for the Junior Engineer position, if interested in the Assistant Engineer position I will complete and submit the Assistant Engineer application for consideration. I acknowledge that I have read and fully understand the above information. Required Question Closing Date/Time:
CITY OF MILPITAS, CA Milpitas, California, United States
Jun 08, 2022
Full Time
Definition THIS RECRUITMENT IS OPEN UNTIL FILLED, AND MAY CLOSE AT ANY TIME. FOR FIRST CONSIDERATION, APPLY NO LATER THAN MAY 30, 202 2. The current vacancy is in the Engineering Department Why join the Engineering Team in the City of Milpitas? Milpitas is a rapidly changing city. Good engineering and design of all public improvements ensures that the City of Milpitas continues to serve our residents, businesses, visitors, and community at large with a safe and attractive City to live, work, and play. The City of Milpitas has an Engineering Department dedicated to enhancing the quality of life in Milpitas with well-engineered City infrastructure projects and safeguarding the City's resources and the environment. Our team is dedicated to providing high-quality engineering services to the citizens we serve. We are proud to know that our contributions make a difference to the community we serve as we grow our own careers. THE JOB The Assistant Engineer will perform professional and technical engineering work in assigned area of responsibility including, but not limited to design and construction, utility engineering, land development, building renovation, and/or traffic engineering. This is the journey-level class in the professional engineering series. Positions in this class possess the applicable educational and training background required for classes in the professional engineering series, as well as practical work experience. The Assistant Engineer is distinguished from the Junior Engineer by the performance of the full range of duties as assigned with only minimal instruction or assistance from a higher-level professional engineer. Incumbents work independently, seeking assistance only as new or unusual situations arise. Positions in this class can be flexibly staffed and filled by advancement from the Junior Engineer class. Examples of Duties Perform professional and technical engineering work relative to projects assigned, including but not limited to design and construction, land development, building renovation, traffic engineering, and/or utility engineering. Respond to question from contractors, developers, construction inspection staff, and the general public related to assigned area of responsibility. Design, prepare, and/or review plans and specifications for public works projects including pumping stations, streets, storm drains, sewer lines, building renovation, and related projects. Research project design requirements; perform calculations and prepare estimates of time and material costs. Investigate field problems affecting property owners, contractors, and maintenance operations; resolve problems or refer as appropriate. Request and/or participate in the collection of survey and mapping data. Prepare estimates and feasibility reports for new or modified services and structures, Participate in the plan check, review, and processing of plans for private developments affecting city streets, sewers, drains and related public works facilities; assure compliance with appropriate codes, ordinances, rules and regulations. Coordinate, develop and administer special assessment districts relative to the provision of public works improvements and services; meet with affected parties and explain the process, purpose and procedures. Assume responsibility for land and easement acquisition. Participate in and conduct traffic related studies and surveys; collect and compile relevant data including information on accidents, traffic flows, signalization, and other related statistics. Prepare visual presentations and reports. Review design/construction plans and specifications and recommend approval for construction. Administer the advertisement and bidding of public works projects. Participate in the projection of sewerage capacity including estilnating future sewer discharge and water consumption. Check developments for water and sewer Master Plan conformance. Prepare special engineering studies and reports. Coordinate engineering activities with other City departments, divisions and sections and with outside agencies. Operate computer system as assigned including data entry and output; development of programs, troubleshooting and updating current systems; coordinate activities with data processing. Contract with, and manage, professional engineering consultants. Manage public works construction projects from design through completion of construction. Perform related duties as assigned. When assigned to Traffic Engineering: Performs professional and technical engineering work relative to traffic engineering projects including design, drafting, the collection & analysis of traffic engineering data and investigation of requests for traffic controls. Design, prepare and/or review plans and specifications for street improvement projects Participate in and conduct traffic related studies and surveys; collect and compile relevant data including information on accidents, traffic flows, signalization, and other related statistics. When assigned to Traffic Engineering: Assistant Engineer assigned to the Traffic Engineering Division working under general supervision, performs a variety of technical field and office traffic engineering support duties including design, drafting, collection & analysis of traffic engineering data, deployment of substantially heavy traffic data collection equipment, and investigation of requests for traffic controls. Typical Qualifications Knowledge of : Principles and practices of engineering as applied to public works, utilities, building renovation, transportation, or land development. Applicable laws and regulatory codes relevant to assigned area of responsibility. Methods, materials, tools and equipment used in engineering construction. Principles of algebra, geometry and trigonometry and their application to engineering. Applicable laws and regulatory codes relevant to assigned area of responsibility. Methods, materials, and techniques used in the construction of public works, building renovation, and utilities projects. Modern standards of alignment, grade, and compaction of streets. Topographic and construction surveying. Requirements for protecting and improving buildings designated as historical structures. Strengths, properties and uses of engineering construction materials. Property acquisition process and street vacation process. Ability to : Prepare plans and drawings neatly and accurately. Make engineering design computations and check, design, and prepare engineering plans and studies. Learn and understand City engineering policies and procedures. Learn applicable laws and regulatory codes applicable to areas of assigned responsibility. Communicate effectively, orally and in writing. Perform civil engineering computations, including but not limited to: surveying, open channel flow, pressure pipe, flexible pavement design, traffic design, and building seismic improvements. Prepare reports encompassing raw technical data; make effective cost estimates and recommendations. Establish and maintain effective working relationships with City staff, developers, contractors, engineers, construction inspectors, and the general public. Read and interpret engineering maps and survey documents. Design common engineering structures and facilities. Use drafting and surveying instruments to prepare maps, plans, cross-sections and profiles. Prepare quantity take-offs and cost estimates EXPERIENCE AND EDUCATION Education: A Bachelor of Science degree from an accredited college or university in civil engineering or other engineering discipline. Experience: Two years of civil or related engineering experience comparable to that of a Junior Engineer in the City of Milpitas. License or Certificate: Possess and maintain throughout employment an appropriate, valid California Driver's License. Possess an Engineer-in-Training Certificate accepted by the State of California Registration as a Professional Engineer issued by the State of California is desired BUT not required. Other Requirements: Essential duties require the following physical abilities and work environment: Typically, work is performed primarily in an office environment and at construction sites; exposure to outdoor elements; extensive use of the telephone, radios, and computers with repetitive keyboarding; ability to walk on uneven ground; reach (including overhead), squat, bend, lift, crawl, and, climb; push, pull, and carry up to 30 lbs; drive to various locations daily within and outside the City of Milpitas; ability to work safely in a hard-hat construction zone is essential; exposure to construction-related chemicals and products; may be required to crawl in confined spaces. Supplemental Information SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND EXERCISED Receives general supervision from a higher-level professional engineer. May provide technical guidance over positions at the Junior Engineer level and/or technical staff. May provide project-related guidance over construction inspection staff within the engineering division. In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, the City of Milpitas will provide reasonable accommodation to qualified individuals with disabilities and encourages both prospective and current employees to discuss potential accommodations with the Human Resources Department. The City of Milpitas is an Equal Opportunity Employer. RETIREMENT Membership in CalPERS (2% at 60 or 2% at 62 with three year average salary). City of Milpitas employees do not participate in Social Security, but do contribute to Medicare. MEDICAL INSURANCE Choice of CalPERS Medical Plans. City pays coverage up to the Kaiser rate (currently $2,228.36/mo. for family). Employees who waive health coverage are eligible to receive $125 per month in lieu of medical plan coverage with proof of other coverage. RETIREE MEDICAL Employees are eligible upon CalPERS retirement from the City to receive up to 100% retiree medical coverage (currently based on the Kaiser health rate), based on years of service. DENTAL & VISION City provides full family coverage for Delta Dental and MES Vision at no cost to the employee. LIFE INSURANCE City provides $50,000 term policy. Supplemental employee-paid life insurance is available up to $500,000, based on carrier acceptance. DISABILITY INSURANCE City provides a Short-Term Disability plan similar to State Disability Insurance (SDI) coverage. Employees do not participate in SDI. Long-Term Disability coverage of 60% of base salary up to $1,500 per month is available after a 60-day waiting period. Additional buy-up options for LTD are available up to $6,000 per month. DEFERRED COMPENSATION City contributes $75 per month on the employee's behalf. VACATION Hourly employees earn 11-31 days of vacation based on years of service. HOLIDAYS Employees receive 12 paid holidays and one (1) floating holiday per year. SICK LEAVE Employees earn 12 days annually. TUITION REIMBURSEMENT Employees are eligible to receive up to $1,400 per fiscal year in tuition reimbursement. FITNESS PROGRAM Employeesare offered free access to City-sponsored sports and fitness programs. The City also offers a flexible spending benefits plan, employee assistance program, and other voluntary insurance. Contact Human Resources (HR) at 408-586-3090 or www.ci.milpitas.ca.gov for more information on employee benefits. 01 Do you possess a Bachelor of Science degree from an accredited college or university in Civil Engineering? Yes No 02 Do you possess an Engineering-in-Training Certificate accepted by the State of California? This certificate is desired BUT not required. Yes No 03 Please indicate your years of civil or related engineering experience. Two years or more years of experience. One year of experience. No years of experience 04 I understand that I am applying for the Assistant Engineer position, if interested in the Junior Assistant position I will complete and submit the Junior Assistant application for consideration. I acknowledge that I have read and fully understand the above information. Required Question Closing Date/Time:
CITY OF MILPITAS, CA Milpitas, California, United States
Jun 04, 2022
Full Time
Definition ** THIS RECRUITMENT IS OPEN UNTIL FILLED, AND MAY CLOSE AT ANY TIME. FOR THE NEXT CONSIDERATION, APPLY NO LATER THAN MAY 15, 2022*** Current vacancies for this recruitment are in the Engineering Department Why join the Engineering Team in the City of Milpitas? Milpitas is a rapidly changing city. Good engineering and design of all public improvements ensures that the City of Milpitas continues to serve our residents, businesses, visitors and community at large with a safe and attractive City to live, work, and play. The City of Milpitas has an Engineering Department dedicated to enhancing the quality of life in Milpitas with well-engineered City infrastructure projects and safeguarding the City's resources and the environment. Our team is dedicated to providing high quality engineering services to the citizens we serve. We are proud to know that our contributions make a difference to the community we serve as we grow our own careers. The position : To supervise and participate in the activities of major civil engineering work such as design, utility improvement, land development, building renovation and improvements. traffic engineering or construction management; to perform professional and technical engineering tasks and assignments relative to assigned area of responsibility; and to supervise. train and evaluate assigned technical and/or professional staff. This is the advanced journey level class in the professional engineering series. Positions in this class possess the applicable educational and training background required for the professional engineering series, including appropriate certificates and licenses in the field, as well as practical work experience. The Associate Civil Engineer class is distinguished from the Assistant Engineer by the responsibility assumed for supervising and overseeing subordinate professional and paraprofessional engineers of a major engineering unit within the engineering department. Incumbents typically perform the more complex duties and tasks assigned to positions within the assigned unit. Examples of Duties Duties may include, but are not limited to. the following: In addition, when assigned to Land Development Review development project applications for accuracy, suitability, completeness, and compliance with local, state and federal regulations and requirements; provide written comments and project conditions. Review environmental document, with proposed mitigation measures and make recommendations relative to their adequacy. Review development improvement plans and cost estimates for compliance with City design criteria, standard details and specifications and other applicable requirements. Review encroachment permits, subdivision maps, legal descriptions, and street and/or easement dedications; prepare report to the City Council for the approval of subdivision maps, agreements and street/easement vacations. Compute appropriate fees; ev aluate and analyze fee structures and make recommendations for change as appropriate. When assigned to Utilities Administer the City's water and sewer Master Plan. Prepare and update water and sewer capacity projections. Evaluate and analyze fee structures and make recommendations for change as appropriate. Oversee the City's drinking water program. Oversee the City's sanitary sewer program. Oversee the City's recycled water program. Oversee the City's solid waste program. When assigned to Traffic Conduct site investigations and analyze transportation issues and problems; prepares various types of transportation studies by evaluating traffic generation factors and traffic flow patterns; coordinates and participates in traffic and parking data collection and tabulation; review and assess development parking demand and utilization. Participates and supports transportation planning efforts and the preparation of designs, plans, specifications and estimates for installation removal, replacement or modification of traffic signals, traffic signs, street lights and other traffic control devices, systems and marking to ensure the safe and effective flow of all modes of travel along City streets. Reviews land development applications and traffic impact reports for adequacy of traffic projections, impact analysis, impacts on traffic circulation patterns, conformance with existing City, State and Federal traffic design regulations and generally accepted traffic circulation and control principles and practices. Reviews and approves construction and event traffic control plans. Prepares grant applications for Federal, State, Regional or other funding; manages grants to ensure compliance with all funding program requirements; maintains all relevant records for grant auditing and reporting. Issues work orders for new or changed traffic control devices; responds to public requests for traffic control changes. Assists with and conducts complex transportation engineering projects and activities; prepares recommendations for traffic signal timing and coordination improvements; and operates specialized traffic computer programs and software including transportation models; field implement traffic signal timing and performing signal timing adjustment and fine tuning based on field review and assessment. Monitors developments and trends in the traffic control industry, state and federal guidelines and practices, and recommends and implements policies, procedures, and/or physical improvements. Typical Qualifications Knowledge of: Principles and practices of engineering and its administration. Modem methods and techniques used in the design, construction and surveying of a variety of public works engineering projects, including street, water, sewer. traffic, building renovation, and storm drain projects. Hydraulic and structural designs of street and highway drainage structures. Applicable laws and regulatory codes relevant to the areas of assignment. Principles and practices of basic financial accounting. Principles and techniques of supervision and training. Ability to: Make complex engineering computations and to check, design, and supervise the constructions of a variety of public works projects. Administer contracts. Prepare specifications and technical reports. Establish and maintain effective work relationships with City staff, developers. engineers. contractors, and the general public. Coordinate and oversee the work of assigned staff. Communicate effectively, orally and in writing, including public oral presentations. Supervise and train professional and technical subordinates. EXPERIENCE AND EDUCATION Any combination of experience and education that would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be: Experience: Three years of increasingly responsible and varied professional civil engineering experience including supervisory experience. Education: A Bachelor of Science degree from an accredited college or university in civil engineering. License or Certificate: Possess and maintain throughout employment an appropriate, valid California Driver's License. Registration as a Professional Civil Engineer in the State of California. Supplemental Information SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND EXERCISED Receives direction from management level positions in the engineering department. Exercises general supervision over professional and/or technical engineering staff, and/or construction inspection staff. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS Essential duties require the following physical abilities and work environment: Work is performed primarily in an office environment and at construction sites: extensive use of the telephone, radios, and computers with repetitive keyboarding; ability to walk on uneven ground; and drive to various locations daily. Ability to work safely in a hard-hat construction zone is essential. CONFLICT OF INTEREST Incumbents in this position are required to file a Conflict of Interest Statement upon assuming office, annually, and upon leaving office, in accordance with Resolution No. 8833. The City of Milpitas is requiring proof of COVID-19 vaccination status as a condition of employment. Upon final job offer, you will be required to provide proof of vaccination. If you have a disability or religious objection to receiving the vaccine and require accommodation, you will be given the opportunity to request an accommodation. Accommodated employees will be required to submit to weekly testing. In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, the City of Milpitas will provide reasonable accommodation to qualified individuals with disabilities and encourages both prospective and current employees to discuss potential accommodations with the Human Resources Department. The City of Milpitas is an Equal Opportunity Employer. RETIREMENT Membership in CalPERS (2% at 60 or 2% at 62 with three year average salary). City of Milpitas employees do not participate in Social Security, but do contribute to Medicare. MEDICAL INSURANCE Choice of CalPERS Medical Plans. City pays coverage up to the Kaiser rate (currently $2,228.36/mo. for family). Employees who waive health coverage are eligible to receive $125 per month in lieu of medical plan coverage with proof of other coverage. RETIREE MEDICAL Employees are eligible upon CalPERS retirement from the City to receive up to 100% retiree medical coverage (currently based on the Kaiser health rate), based on years of service. DENTAL & VISION City provides full family coverage for Delta Dental and MES Vision at no cost to the employee. LIFE INSURANCE City provides $50,000 term policy. Supplemental employee-paid life insurance is available up to $500,000, based on carrier acceptance. DISABILITY INSURANCE City provides a Short-Term Disability plan similar to State Disability Insurance (SDI) coverage. Employees do not participate in SDI. Long-Term Disability coverage of 60% of base salary up to $1,500 per month is available after a 60-day waiting period. Additional buy-up options for LTD are available up to $6,000 per month. DEFERRED COMPENSATION City contributes $75 per month on the employee's behalf. VACATION Hourly employees earn 11-31 days of vacation based on years of service. HOLIDAYS Employees receive 12 paid holidays and one (1) floating holiday per year. SICK LEAVE Employees earn 12 days annually. TUITION REIMBURSEMENT Employees are eligible to receive up to $1,400 per fiscal year in tuition reimbursement. FITNESS PROGRAM Employeesare offered free access to City-sponsored sports and fitness programs. The City also offers a flexible spending benefits plan, employee assistance program, and other voluntary insurance. Contact Human Resources (HR) at 408-586-3090 or www.ci.milpitas.ca.gov for more information on employee benefits. 01 Do you possess a Bachelor of Science degree from an accredited college or university in Civil Engineering? Yes No 02 Do you have three (3) years of responsible and varied professional civil engineering experience including supervisory experience? Please note that this experience must be included in the body of your application. Yes No 03 Please indicate below the division(s) that you are interested in applying to. Select all that apply. Land Development Design and Construction Traffic and Engineering Utilities Engineering Public Works Required Question Closing Date/Time:
CITY OF MILPITAS, CA Milpitas, California, United States
Jun 04, 2022
Full Time
Definition ***THIS RECRUITMENT IS OPEN UNTIL FILLED, AND MAY CLOSE AT ANY TIME. APPLICATIONS ARE SCREENED ON A REGULAR BASIS *** To inspect routine and complex structural building systems at various stages of construction, alteration, and repair to assure compliance with approved plans, specifications, codes, ordinances and regulations; and to assist in the review of building plans and specifications to determine compliance with applicable codes, ordinances, rules and regulations. This is the journey level class in the Building/Housing & Neighborhood Inspector series. Positions at this level are expected to be able to perform the full range of duties and assignments with only minimal supervision or instruction, and only as new or unusual situations arise. The Building/Housing Rehabilitation Specialist class is distinguished from the Senior Building Inspector in that responsibility is not assumed for the supervision, scheduling, or coordination of the field operation of the Building Inspection Division. This classification may be assigned to serve as the Housing Rehabilitation Specialist for the City's Housing Rehabilitation Loan Program. Examples of Duties Complete and maintain a variety of records on a computer, prepare reports, documentation, and correspondence. Conduct inspections to determine compliance with California Building Code and pertinent provisions of County health and environmental ordinances. Create and revise housing rehabilitation project work estimates; participate in contractor's bid process and bid review. Oversee and monitor rehabilitation projects to ensure that work is properly performed and to ensure that no substandard materials are used in accordance with HUD requirements. Confer with developers, contractors, architects, engineers, and the general public. Inspect foundation, cement, framing, plastering, and a large variety of other complex and routine structural building system elements such as studs, joists, rafter spacing, and other structural member factors. Examine grade, quality, and treatment of lumber, cement, lath, wire, and composition. Inspect air conditioning, plumbing, and routine electrical systems. Assure proper and safe installations of routine electrical systems. Perform field review of plans and specifications. Apply proper inspection techniques to examine the quality of work and materials and detect deviations from plans, regulations, and standard construction practices. Perform related duties as assigned. Typical Qualifications Knowledge of: Building related codes and ordinances enforceable by the City, specifically the California Building Code and Milpitas Municipal Code. Principles and techniques of building inspection work. Construction contracts and requirements. HUD regulations related to housing rehabilitation. Lead-based paint. A variety of zoning, general land use, and related City codes. Building and related codes including zoning ordinances and other City codes and regulations. Accepted safety standards and methods of building construction. Ability to: Advise on standards of construction methods and requirements. Prepare and revise project cost estimates and reports. Make arithmetical computations rapidly and accurately. Establish and maintain effective working relationships with homeowners, developers, contractors, architects, engineers, and the general public. Apply City codes and policies regarding zoning and other regulations to field situations. Work independently without supervision. Enforce necessary regulations with firmness and tact. Use Windows, Excel, and Word computer programs. Keep abreast of current construction standards, codes, and regulations. EXPERIENCE AND EDUCATION Any combination of experience and education that would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be: Experience: Three years of responsible experience in the journey level trades or as a contractor in a variety of building construction activities, including some experiences as a building inspector. Education: Equivalent to the completion of the twelfth grade. License or Certificate Possession of or ability to obtain and maintain an appropriate, valid California Driver's license. Possession of a Building Inspector Certificate issued by the International Code Council (ICC) is required. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS Essential duties require the following physical abilities and work environment: Typically, work is performed at construction sites and in an office environment; exposure to outdoor elements; extensive use of the telephone and radio, repetitive keyboarding on a computer; ability to walk on uneven ground; reach (including overhead), squat, bend, lift, crawl, and, climb; push, pull, and carry up to 50 pounds; drive daily to various locations within and outside the City of Milpitas; ability to work safely in a hard-hat construction zone is essential Supplemental Information SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND EXERCISED Receives general supervision from the Senior Building Inspector and/or the Senior Housing & Neighborhood Preservation Specialist. May exercise technical or functional supervision over new building inspection staff. CONFLICT OF INTEREST Incumbents in this position are required to file a Conflict of Interest Statement upon assuming office, annually, and upon leaving office, in accordance with Resolution No. 8833. The City of Milpitas is requiring proof of vaccination status against COVID 19 as a condition of employment. If you have a disability or religious objection to receiving the vaccine and require accommodation, you will be given the opportunity to request an accommodation. Accommodated employees will be required to submit to weekly testing. In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, the City of Milpitas will provide reasonable accommodation to qualified individuals with disabilities and encourages both prospective and current employees to discuss potential accommodations with the Human Resources Department. The City of Milpitas is an Equal Opportunity Employer. RETIREMENT Membership in CalPERS (2% at 60 or 2% at 62 with three year average salary). City of Milpitas employees do not participate in Social Security, but do contribute to Medicare. MEDICAL INSURANCE Choice of CalPERS Medical Plans. City pays coverage up to the Kaiser rate (currently $2,228.36/mo. for family). Employees who waive health coverage are eligible to receive $125 per month in lieu of medical plan coverage with proof of other coverage. RETIREE MEDICAL Employees are eligible upon CalPERS retirement from the City to receive up to 100% retiree medical coverage (currently based on the Kaiser health rate), based on years of service. DENTAL & VISION City provides full family coverage for Delta Dental and MES Vision at no cost to the employee. LIFE INSURANCE City provides $50,000 term policy. Supplemental employee-paid life insurance is available up to $500,000, based on carrier acceptance. DISABILITY INSURANCE City provides a Short-Term Disability plan similar to State Disability Insurance (SDI) coverage. Employees do not participate in SDI. Long-Term Disability coverage of 60% of base salary up to $1,500 per month is available after a 60-day waiting period. Additional buy-up options for LTD are available up to $6,000 per month. DEFERRED COMPENSATION City contributes $75 per month on the employee's behalf. VACATION Hourly employees earn 11-31 days of vacation based on years of service. HOLIDAYS Employees receive 12 paid holidays and one (1) floating holiday per year. SICK LEAVE Employees earn 12 days annually. TUITION REIMBURSEMENT Employees are eligible to receive up to $1,400 per fiscal year in tuition reimbursement. FITNESS PROGRAM Employeesare offered free access to City-sponsored sports and fitness programs. The City also offers a flexible spending benefits plan, employee assistance program, and other voluntary insurance. Contact Human Resources (HR) at 408-586-3090 or www.ci.milpitas.ca.gov for more information on employee benefits. 01 Please pick the best description of your experience as a Building Inspector. Zero to 6 months experience More than 6 months but less than one year More than one year 02 Do you possess a Building Inspector Certificate issued by the International Code Council (ICC)? Yes No Required Question Closing Date/Time:
CITY OF MILPITAS, CA Milpitas, California, United States
Jun 04, 2022
Full Time
Definition **This recruitment is Open Until Filled, and may close at any time. For next consideration, apply no later than 3/25/22** The vacancy for this recruitment is in Public Works. Public Works is recruiting for an Associate Civil Engineer who can adapt and grow in a fast-paced working environment, who possesses expertise in utility project and program management, contract administration and customer service. The incumbent will be a liaison between the Public Works Utility Engineering Division and internal and external stake holders. This position requires the technical knowledge of engineering and an innovative mind-set to proactively develop solutions to maintain and improve utility systems. Success in this position entails working collaboratively with a team of engineers and operators to resolve complex engineering problems. You will be joining a team of talented professionals who work in a fast-paced, dynamic environment to provide essential public services to our residents and businesses. The Utility Engineering Division is responsible for operating and maintaining the City's utilities (storm water, water, wastewater and recycled water systems) as well as coordinating on a variety of private development projects including high tech, transit oriented and residential subdivision projects. The Department's crews, technicians, engineers, managers and other staff are proud of their contributions, which makes Milpitas a great place to live, work and visit. We are recruiting for a highly motivated, innovative and skilled individual who will embrace the edicts of the Department and the City. The ideal candidate will be: Technically competent engineer who is able to think critically, recognize and define problems, analyze options and create solutions to problems that you have not encountered before; Able to work collaboratively with other engineers and technicians to troubleshoot issues and solve problems; Life-long learner who is passionate about the engineering field and strives to make an impact in the community for which you serve; Adept at quickly learning new tasks and juggling multiple projects in order to meet deadlines; Able to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing. This is the advanced journey level class in the professional engineering series. Positions in this class possess the applicable educational and training background required for the professional engineering series, including appropriate certificates and licenses in the field, as well as practical work experience. The Associate Civil Engineer class is distinguished from the Assistant Engineer by the responsibility assumed for supervising and overseeing subordinate professional and paraprofessional engineers of a major engineering unit within the engineering department. Incumbents typically perform the more complex duties and tasks assigned to positions within the assigned unit. Examples of Duties The incumbent will be responsible for the following duties: Developing short and long term asset planning, regulatory compliance and capital projects for the sewer, water, recycled water and stormwater systems; Assisting in the development and implementation of the Division's and Department's goals, objectives, policies and priorities; Assuring compliance with appropriate codes, ordinances, rules and regulations; Coordinating and reviewing the work of outside consultants and participating in the plan check, review and processing of plans for private developments affecting City public works facilities; Directing the work and providing general supervision in the preparation of plans, specifications, cost estimates and the administration of contracts for capital improvement projects in utilities; Providing direct and close supervision in the preparation of assigned master plans and studies that outline future water, wastewater and drainage requirements; Preparing drawings, models and displays for special studies and reports completed by the Utilities Division Consulting with and advising other City employees on utilities engineering matters; Determining scope of work, preparing requests for proposals, evaluating proposals and participating in the selection of consultants for utilities projects; Assisting in negotiating consultant contracts, administrating procurement of contract agreements and administering contracts to ensure compliance with proposed design, material specifications, budget, contract and schedules; Preparing reports and making recommendations on the Utilities Division's portion of the City's capital improvement program(s); Consulting with contractors, builders and engineers on problems relating to the design, construction and maintenance of assigned utilities facilities; Preparing project statements outlining scope of projects, design criteria, available data, background, scheduling coordination and financing for utilities projects; Managing multiple projects and assignments with differing priorities while maintaining effective working relationships with internal departments and divisions, external agencies and the public; Providing guidance and work supervision for other utility engineering and technical personnel as required; Updating and utilizing computer models for maintaining the utilities distribution and collection systems. For a full job description, which includes essential duties, please visit: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/milpitas/classspecs/1303967 Typical Qualifications Knowledge of: Principles and practices of engineering and its administration. Modem methods and techniques used in the design, construction and surveying of a variety of public works engineering projects, including street, water, sewer. traffic, building renovation, and storm drain projects. Hydraulic and structural designs of street and highway drainage structures. Applicable laws and regulatory codes relevant to the areas of assignment. Principles and practices of basic financial accounting. Principles and techniques of supervision and training. Ability to: Make complex engineering computations and to check, design, and supervise the constructions of a variety of public works projects. Administer contracts. Prepare specifications and technical reports. Establish and maintain effective work relationships with City staff, developers. engineers. contractors, and the general public. Coordinate and oversee the work of assigned staff. Communicate effectively, orally and in writing, including public oral presentations. Supervise and train professional and technical subordinates. EXPERIENCE AND EDUCATION Any combination of experience and education that would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be: Experience: Three years of increasingly responsible and varied professional civil engineering experience including supervisory experience. Education: A Bachelor of Science degree from an accredited college or university in civil engineering. License or Certificate: Possess and maintain throughout employment an appropriate, valid California Driver's License. Registration as a Professional Civil Engineer in the State of California. Supplemental Information SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND EXERCISED Receives direction from management level positions in the engineering department. Exercises general supervision over professional and/or technical engineering staff, and/or construction inspection staff. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS Essential duties require the following physical abilities and work environment: Work is performed primarily in an office environment and at construction sites: extensive use of the telephone, radios, and computers with repetitive keyboarding; ability to walk on uneven ground; and drive to various locations daily. Ability to work safely in a hard-hat construction zone is essential. CONFLICT OF INTEREST Incumbents in this position are required to file a Conflict of Interest Statement upon assuming office, annually, and upon leaving office, in accordance with Resolution No. 8833. In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, the City of Milpitas will provide reasonable accommodation to qualified individuals with disabilities and encourages both prospective and current employees to discuss potential accommodations with the Human Resources Department. The City of Milpitas is an Equal Opportunity Employer. RETIREMENT Membership in CalPERS (2% at 60 or 2% at 62 with three year average salary). City of Milpitas employees do not participate in Social Security, but do contribute to Medicare. MEDICAL INSURANCE Choice of CalPERS Medical Plans. City pays coverage up to the Kaiser rate (currently $2,228.36/mo. for family). Employees who waive health coverage are eligible to receive $125 per month in lieu of medical plan coverage with proof of other coverage. RETIREE MEDICAL Employees are eligible upon CalPERS retirement from the City to receive up to 100% retiree medical coverage (currently based on the Kaiser health rate), based on years of service. DENTAL & VISION City provides full family coverage for Delta Dental and MES Vision at no cost to the employee. LIFE INSURANCE City provides $50,000 term policy. Supplemental employee-paid life insurance is available up to $500,000, based on carrier acceptance. DISABILITY INSURANCE City provides a Short-Term Disability plan similar to State Disability Insurance (SDI) coverage. Employees do not participate in SDI. Long-Term Disability coverage of 60% of base salary up to $1,500 per month is available after a 60-day waiting period. Additional buy-up options for LTD are available up to $6,000 per month. DEFERRED COMPENSATION City contributes $75 per month on the employee's behalf. VACATION Hourly employees earn 11-31 days of vacation based on years of service. HOLIDAYS Employees receive 12 paid holidays and one (1) floating holiday per year. SICK LEAVE Employees earn 12 days annually. TUITION REIMBURSEMENT Employees are eligible to receive up to $1,400 per fiscal year in tuition reimbursement. FITNESS PROGRAM Employeesare offered free access to City-sponsored sports and fitness programs. The City also offers a flexible spending benefits plan, employee assistance program, and other voluntary insurance. Contact Human Resources (HR) at 408-586-3090 or www.ci.milpitas.ca.gov for more information on employee benefits. 01 Please indicate your degree level and major. 02 Please list your State of California PE registration number. Required Question Closing Date/Time:
CITY OF MILPITAS, CA Milpitas, California, United States
Jun 04, 2022
Temporary
Definition ** THIS RECRUITMENT IS OPEN UNTIL FILLED, AND MAY CLOSE AT ANY TIME. FOR THE NEXT CONSIDERATION, APPLY NO LATER THAN JULY 1, 2022*** The Adult Crossing Guard assists members of the community by monitoring areas of assignment and keeping them safe. Adult Crossing Guards will monitor student behavior at traffic intersections, escort children across the street when coming and going from school, and assure student safety as they cross. Examples of Duties Instruct children at designated school crossings to wait at curb for crossing signal or until safe crossing can be made. Stop vehicular traffic. Guide children across streets. Report traffic violations to police. Report suspicious persons and loiterers in the vicinity of intersections or school areas. Perform other related duties as assigned. Typical Qualifications Minimum Qualifications Be physically able to properly perform duties. Be able to work outdoors for up to 20 hours per week, Monday-Friday. Successfully complete a pre-employment fingerprint scan and a background check. Successfully complete a pre-employment medical examination and drug screen. Ability to: Establish and maintain effective working relationships with school children, parents, school personnel and the general public. Communicate effectively and speak clearly for others comprehension. Recognize traffic hazards and act quickly in emergencies. Follow written and oral instructions with minimal supervision. Experience and Education Experience working with children preferred but not required. Training and experience equivalent to the completion of High School. Must be eighteen (18) years of age. Follow written and oral instructions with minimal supervision. Supplemental Information Special Requirements Essential duties require the following physical abilities and work environment: The ability to work in all weather conditions requires the individual to be in good physical condition with good mobility. Must be able to stand and sit for long periods of time. Reach, squat, lift, and carry up to 10 pounds repeatedly, up to 25 pounds occasionally. Walk on uneven surfaces, climb curb, and medians up to 12 inches in height without assistance. In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, the City of Milpitas will provide reasonable accommodation to qualified individuals with disabilities and encourages both prospective and current employees to discuss potential accommodations with the Human Resources Department. The City of Milpitas is requiring proof of COVID-19 vaccination status as a condition of employment. Upon final job offer, you will be required to provide proof of vaccination. If you have a disability or religious objection to receiving the vaccine and require accommodation, you will be given the opportunity to request an accommodation. Accommodated employees must submit to weekly testing. The City of Milpitas is an Equal Opportunity Employer. https://www.ci.milpitas.ca.gov/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/Adult-Crossing-Guard-Flyer-1.png City of Milpitas Temporary/ Seasonal Employee* Benefits at a Glance Retirement Benefits Federal law requires that employees who are not members of the City retirement plan (CalPERS) be covered under an alternate retirement plan (PARS). 6% of your salary will be deducted for participation in the PARS plan. The City will also contribute 1.5% of your earnings to your PARS account every pay period. Paid Time Off In accordance with State Law, after 90 days, Temporary/Seasonal employees receive 24 hours to use for sick leave. Work and Life Temporary/Seasonal employees are eligible for membership at the Milpitas Sports Center. Temporary/Seasonal employees are eligible for membership in Commonwealth Credit Union, which offers a broad range of financial and investment services. Temporary/Seasonal employees may qualify for Transportation Reduction Incentive Program (TRIP) cash incentive or transit subsidies based on their commute method. Health Insurance (Not available to most Temporary/Seasonal Employees) Temporary employees in a non-clerical position hired in the Planning, Engineering and Building Divisions may qualify for participation in CalPERS health, Delta Dental and Vision. (per Res. 7062) o Multiple plans available through CalPERS Health; plans with Kaiser rate or lower are paid by the City. Delta Dental: City paid Vision: City paid *Temporary/Seasonal employees are limited to work no more than 1000 hours per Fiscal Year. Closing Date/Time:
CITY OF MILPITAS, CA Milpitas, California, United States
Jun 04, 2022
Temporary
Definition ***THIS RECRUITMENT IS OPEN UNTIL FILLED, AND MAY CLOSE AT ANY TIME. FOR THE NEXT CONSIDERATION, APPLY NO LATER THAN JULY 4, 2022*** THE COMMUNITY Located at the southern tip of the San Francisco Bay, Milpitas is a progressive community that is an integral part of the Silicon Valley. With a diverse resident population of 78,106 the City of Milpitas sees each of the approximate 432 full-time equivalent employees as committed to accomplishing the community's vision by providing fiscally sound, superior services. Milpitas has been recognized as one of the top 10 Best Cities for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Workers, approximately 28% of the jobs are in the STEM category. According to the US Census, Milpitas was the 8th fastest growing city in the United States, and the 2nd fastest growing in California. Milpitas also boasts the 3rd highest job growth among the 515 qualifying cities by Wallet Hub. Milpitas is home to an industrious and well-educated community with an average household income exceeding the County average. The homeownership rate is close to 65% and the housing market in Milpitas remains affordable relative to the majority of Santa Clara County. Milpitas is at the heart of Silicon Valley and is often called the “Crossroads of Silicon Valley” with most of its 13.63 square miles of land situated between two major freeways (I-880 and I-680), State Route 237, and a County expressway. With existing light rail and BART extension opening in 2019, the transit hub adjacent to the Great Mall facilitated high density transit-oriented development with over 2,100 units being built. There are approximately 1,790 acres, or 2.9 square miles designated for various industrial uses. An additional 350 acres are dedicated to regional and community retail centers supporting 3.5 million square feet of commercial shops. The Great Mall of the Bay Area is the largest enclosed mall in Northern California, with approximately 1.1 million square feet of leasable space for retail and entertainment operations. Several local shopping centers service regional needs including Asian-oriented retail and services. The City provides a multitude of outstanding recreational opportunities, including aquatics, cultural arts and theater, sports leagues and activities, youth and senior programming and activities. THE CITY GOVERNMENT Incorporated in 1954, the City of Milpitas is a bustling general-law city supervised by a council-manager form of government. Milpitas is a full-service city which includes Police, Fire, and a water utility and sewer utility. The Council makes planning and policy decisions for residents, and oversees the City's $253.2 million budget. Issues currently challenging the City include development, quality of life, and traffic. We encourage you to check us out at: http://www.ci.milpitas.ca.gov/ THE OPPORTUNITY The City of Milpitas seeks an enthusiastic individuals to join the Recreation and Community Services Department as Recreation Leaders for the After the Bell and LYFE School Programs. You may be required to work nights, weekends and holidays. You must be able to work between the hours of 2:00pm - 6:00pm daily and possibly as early as 12:30pm on minimum school days. Examples of Duties Under direct supervision of the Recreation Leader IV, Recreation Leader V and Program Coordinator, Recreation Leaders will lead students in grades 1-6 for After the Bell and 13-15 for LYFE in activities, games and other recreational activities at various school sites. The City of Milpitas Recreation and Community Services Department wants enthusiastic, problem solvers that have the ability to communicate well and provide excellent customer service skills to the community and our residents. This position is part of the After the Bell Program and provides support at various elementary school sites. Recreation Leaders work with students in grades 1-6 for After the Bell and 7-9 for LYFE in after school activities, structured games, and homework assistance. Other assignments provide support to the Milpitas Teen Center, leading activities of the same sort with teenage students. The essential functions of this position include knowledge and/or experience working and/or supervising school age children ages 5-15 years old, lead games and activities, coordinate and implement daily activities. Recreation Leaders must be able to lead participants, communicate activity objectives and rules clearly and effectively; provide information and direction to a wide variety of age groups, conduct games and activities following established rules, guidelines, and time limits; learn, retain and use safety rules and regulations; provide verbal and summarized written feedback on activities; supervise students. Incumbents must be able to multitask in a fast pace work environment. You must also be able to work independently off site and with other co-workers in compliance with City Rules and Regulations. Recreation Leaders may also be invited to work in additional areas including special events and other program areas within the Recreation and Community Services Department. Typical Qualifications • Minimum age at time of hire is 16 years old for • Must have experience in working with school age children (5-15 years old) • Must have current certification in American Red Cross First Aid and CPR, or within 60 days of hire date License and Other Requirements Upon selection, additional requirements include: - Tuberculosis test - Valid Social Security card - Fingerprint clearance (Department of Justice background check) if 18 years or older Supplemental Information The City of Milpitas is an Equal Opportunity/ADA employer. Reasonable accommodation in the application, examination, and selection process will be made upon request to Human Resources at (408) 586-3090. The information contained in this announcement does not constitute either an expressed or implied contract and these provisions are subject to change. City of Milpitas Temporary/ Seasonal Employee* Benefits at a Glance Retirement Benefits Federal law requires that employees who are not members of the City retirement plan (CalPERS) be covered under an alternate retirement plan (PARS). 6% of your salary will be deducted for participation in the PARS plan. The City will also contribute 1.5% of your earnings to your PARS account every pay period. Paid Time Off In accordance with State Law, after 90 days, Temporary/Seasonal employees receive 24 hours to use for sick leave. Work and Life Temporary/Seasonal employees are eligible for membership at the Milpitas Sports Center. Temporary/Seasonal employees are eligible for membership in Commonwealth Credit Union, which offers a broad range of financial and investment services. Temporary/Seasonal employees may qualify for Transportation Reduction Incentive Program (TRIP) cash incentive or transit subsidies based on their commute method. Health Insurance (Not available to most Temporary/Seasonal Employees) Temporary employees in a non-clerical position hired in the Planning, Engineering and Building Divisions may qualify for participation in CalPERS health, Delta Dental and Vision. (per Res. 7062) o Multiple plans available through CalPERS Health; plans with Kaiser rate or lower are paid by the City. Delta Dental: City paid Vision: City paid *Temporary/Seasonal employees are limited to work no more than 1000 hours per Fiscal Year. 01 Are you or will you be at least 16 years old at the time of hire? Yes No 02 Do you have experience working with youth and teens between the ages 5-15? Yes No 03 Do you have or will you be able to obtain certification in American Red Cross First Aid and CPR within 60 days of hire? Yes No 04 Are you at least 18 years of age? Hires that are 18+ years will be required to complete the Department of Justice Live Scan Fingerprint process. Yes No Required Question Closing Date/Time:
CITY OF MILPITAS, CA Milpitas, California, United States
Jun 04, 2022
Temporary
Definition ** THIS RECRUITMENT IS OPEN UNTIL FILLED, AND MAY CLOSE AT ANY TIME. FOR THE NEXT CONSIDERATION, APPLY NO LATER THAN June 5, 2022*** Under direct supervision of Recreation Staff, Building Attendant / Recreation Attendants will provide: facility-related services for the City of Milpitas Sports Center, Community Center and Senior Center during business hours, or non-business hours in conjunction with recreation programs, classes, and special events; scheduling and supervising the use of facilities at various sites throughout the City; and related work as required. The individual must be able to represent the City of Milpitas Recreation Services in a professional manner and follow the City's and Recreation Services' polices and regulations. Examples of Duties (May include, but are not limited to the following): Confirms rentals / reservations and checks facility use schedules. Provides appropriate room setup and take down for classes, meetings, parties and special events. Ensure rooms are free of safety hazards Performs light cleaning and public restroom upkeep, removes trash, moves furniture and equipment and picks up supplies for programs, classes and meetings. Performs light corrective and preventive maintenance duties and reports maintenance issues requiring specialized staff. Monitors facility user groups by enforcing rules and regulation and securing and/or reporting damage or unsafe conditions. Serves as primary contact for evening and weekend events, responding to customer questions and ensuring policies and procedures are followed. Helps maintain the swimming pools, pool deck and pump room areas. Performs daily / weekly maintenance tasks of the fitness center, dance studios and swimming pools. Typical Qualifications Knowledge of: The candidate would have knowledge of: Principles and practices for providing customer services. Safe work practices when working housekeeping chemicals and housekeeping assignments. Basic office procedures. Ability to operate a computer and various programs. Ability to: Learn to follow directions, manuals and diagrams. Perform basic math. Understand and follow written and oral instructions. Follow safety and health regulations. Learn the operation of the assigned policies and procedures of the Recreation Department. Establish, maintain and promote positive and effective working relationships with employees, other agencies and the public. Communicate effectively orally and in writing. Demonstrate initiative and exercise good judgment in the performance of duties. Work independently and as a team member; recognize and set priorities and meet deadlines. Observe safety principles and work in a safe manner. Ability to communicate tactfully with members of the public when performing housekeeping duties. Ability to work safely with cleaning chemicals and cleaning tools in a fully occupied building. Advanced customer service principles and practices. Basic report preparation. Basic personnel practices. Independently determine maximum room occupancy when setting up seating for public meetings, recreation activities or classroom instructions. Independently arrange furniture or equipment in a certain order or pattern according to a specific rule or set of rules (e.g. pictures, drawings, diagrams). Certifications First Aid / CPR / AED Certification (or ability to obtain with in 60 days of hire). Minimum Qualifications Minimum age at time of hire is 18 years old. Graduation from High School or tested equivalent. Must have one year experience performing facility-related and customer service. Desirable Qualifications Previous experience directing the work of others. Previous experience performing housekeeping services in a public building. Supplemental Information This recruitment is open until filled, and may close at any time. Applications are screened on a regular basis, and qualified candidates will be contacted with information on next steps. Position Requirements The City of Milpitas is requiring proof of vaccination status or weekly testing of un-vaccinated individuals. If you have a disability or religious objection to receiving the vaccine and require accommodation, you will be given the opportunity to request an accommodation. After September 15, 2021, COVID vaccination will be required as a condition of employment. Prolonged sitting; standing; walking on level, uneven and slippery surfaces; reaching; twisting; turning; kneeling; bending; squatting and stooping in performance of daily activities. The position also requires grasping, repetitive hand movements and fine coordination using a computer keyboard and certain tools. The position also requires near and far vision when performing tasks such as inspections and repair work, in reading written work related documents and using a computer. Acute hearing is required when providing phone and personal customer service. The need to lift, drag, carry and push equipment, tools and supplies up to 100 pounds is also required. Some of these requirements may be accommodated for otherwise qualified individuals requiring and requesting such accommodations. City of Milpitas Temporary/ Seasonal Employee* Benefits at a Glance Retirement Benefits Federal law requires that employees who are not members of the City retirement plan (CalPERS) be covered under an alternate retirement plan (PARS). 6% of your salary will be deducted for participation in the PARS plan. The City will also contribute 1.5% of your earnings to your PARS account every pay period. Paid Time Off In accordance with State Law, after 90 days, Temporary/Seasonal employees receive 24 hours to use for sick leave. Work and Life Temporary/Seasonal employees are eligible for membership at the Milpitas Sports Center. Temporary/Seasonal employees are eligible for membership in Commonwealth Credit Union, which offers a broad range of financial and investment services. Temporary/Seasonal employees may qualify for Transportation Reduction Incentive Program (TRIP) cash incentive or transit subsidies based on their commute method. Health Insurance (Not available to most Temporary/Seasonal Employees) Temporary employees in a non-clerical position hired in the Planning, Engineering and Building Divisions may qualify for participation in CalPERS health, Delta Dental and Vision. (per Res. 7062) o Multiple plans available through CalPERS Health; plans with Kaiser rate or lower are paid by the City. Delta Dental: City paid Vision: City paid *Temporary/Seasonal employees are limited to work no more than 1000 hours per Fiscal Year. 01 Are you, or will you be at time of hire, at least 18 years of age? Yes No Required Question Closing Date/Time:
CITY OF MILPITAS, CA Milpitas, California, United States
Jun 04, 2022
Full Time
Definition **THIS RECRUITMENT IS OPEN UNTIL FILLED, AND MAY CLOSE AT ANY TIME. FOR FIRST CONSIDERATION, APPLY NO LATER THAN 5/10/22** The current vacancy for this recruitment is in the Engineering Department. Under general supervision, inspects work quality and materials used in a variety of public works construction projects and subdivisions to insure conformance with approved plans, specifications and departmental regulations; maintains records and prepares reports pertaining to projects inspected; and provides information and assistance to contractors, developers, engineers, and the general public in person, by telephone, or in the field. DISTINGUISHED CHARACTERISTICS This is the full journey level class in the Public Works Inspector series. Positions in this class perform the full range of duties and tasks as assigned, with only occasional instruction or assistance as new or unusual situations arise. The Public Works Inspector is distinguished from the Senior Public Works Inspector in that responsibility is not assumed on a regular basis for supervision, scheduling and coordinating the activities of the inspection unit. Examples of Duties Duties may include, but are not limited to, the following: Inspect work quality and materials used in a variety of public works projects to ensure compliance with approved plans, specifications, codes and ordinances. Review plans and specifications of assigned projects; attend pre-construction conferences as assigned. Inspect materials for identification and conformance to specifications. Observe work during progress and upon completion; inspect various structures such as utilities, streets, sidewalks, gutters, and other off-site construction; check line, grade, size, elevation and location of structures for conformance with specifications and regulations. Perform routine field tests; take samples of materials for examination for analysis by laboratories. Record amounts of materials used and work performed; prepare necessary reports for progress payments. Indicate location of various appurtenances on plans. Prepare activity records and reports. Respond to and provide information and assistance to contractors, developers, engineers, and the general public in person, by telephone, or in the field. Coordinate design alterations between City staff and the developer. Perform related duties, as assigned. Typical Qualifications Knowledge of: Basic operations, services, and activities of a public works inspection program. Methods and techniques used in the inspection of public works construction projects. Principles, methods, materials, equipment and safety hazards of construction. Defects and faults in construction. Basic mathematics including algebra, geometry, and trigonometry as applied to construction inspection work. Principles of engineering as applied to construction inspection. Engineering mechanics of structures. Principles and practices of customer service. Principles and procedures of record keeping. Principles of business letter writing and basic report preparation. Office procedures, methods, and equipment including computers and applicable software applications such as word processing, spreadsheets, and databases. Ability to: Inspect all types of municipal construction projects and enforce compliance with plans, specifications, ordinances and codes. Learn applicable laws, regulations, codes and departmental policies governing the construction of assigned projects. Understand and interpret engineering plans and specifications and prepare accurate engineering records. Deal firmly and tactfully with contractors, engineers and property owners. Detect and locate faulty materials and poor work quality and determine the stage of construction during which defects are most easily found and remedied. Perform various mathematical calculations. Analyze construction plans, specifications, and maps. Prepare technical reports. Work on multiple projects. Utilize public relations techniques in respond to inquiries and complaints. Operate office equipment including computers and supporting word processing, spreadsheet, and database applications. Communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing. Establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work. EXPERIENCE AND EDUCATION Experience: Two years of increasingly responsible public works inspection experience or a closely related field. Education: Equivalent to the completion of the twelfth grade. License or Certificates Possession of or ability to obtain and maintain an appropriate, valid California Driver's License. Supplemental Information SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND EXERCISED Receives general supervision from the Senior Public Works Inspector. Exercises no supervision. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: Essential duties require the following physical abilities and work environment. Typically, work is performed at the construction sites, which results in exposure to outdoor elements and construction-related chemicals, fumes, products, and other hazards; requiring walking on uneven ground, reaching (including overhead), bending, squatting, lifting, crawling, climbing, pushing, pulling and carrying inspection and measurement tools and equipment; driving daily to various locations within and outside of the City of Milpitas; and ability to work safely in a hard-hat construction zone is essential. Work will also be performed in an office environment which includes but is not limited to extensive use of the telephone, radio, computers and computer related work, attending meetings, review of plans, specifications, preparation of documents, filing and organizing project related work (both electronic and hard paper copies) and performing various other office related tasks, as required to perform job duties. CONFLICT OF INTEREST Incumbents in this position are required to file a Conflict of Interest Statement upon assuming office, annually, and upon leaving office, in accordance with Resolution No. 8833. In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, the City of Milpitas will provide reasonable accommodation to qualified individuals with disabilities and encourages both prospective and current employees to discuss potential accommodations with the Human Resources Department. The City of Milpitas is an Equal Opportunity Employer. RETIREMENT Membership in CalPERS (2% at 60 or 2% at 62 with three year average salary). City of Milpitas employees do not participate in Social Security, but do contribute to Medicare. MEDICAL INSURANCE Choice of CalPERS Medical Plans. City pays coverage up to the Kaiser rate (currently $2,228.36/mo. for family). Employees who waive health coverage are eligible to receive $125 per month in lieu of medical plan coverage with proof of other coverage. RETIREE MEDICAL Employees are eligible upon CalPERS retirement from the City to receive up to 100% retiree medical coverage (currently based on the Kaiser health rate), based on years of service. DENTAL & VISION City provides full family coverage for Delta Dental and MES Vision at no cost to the employee. LIFE INSURANCE City provides $50,000 term policy. Supplemental employee-paid life insurance is available up to $500,000, based on carrier acceptance. DISABILITY INSURANCE City provides a Short-Term Disability plan similar to State Disability Insurance (SDI) coverage. Employees do not participate in SDI. Long-Term Disability coverage of 60% of base salary up to $1,500 per month is available after a 60-day waiting period. Additional buy-up options for LTD are available up to $6,000 per month. DEFERRED COMPENSATION City contributes $75 per month on the employee's behalf. VACATION Hourly employees earn 11-31 days of vacation based on years of service. HOLIDAYS Employees receive 12 paid holidays and one (1) floating holiday per year. SICK LEAVE Employees earn 12 days annually. TUITION REIMBURSEMENT Employees are eligible to receive up to $1,400 per fiscal year in tuition reimbursement. FITNESS PROGRAM Employeesare offered free access to City-sponsored sports and fitness programs. The City also offers a flexible spending benefits plan, employee assistance program, and other voluntary insurance. Contact Human Resources (HR) at 408-586-3090 or www.ci.milpitas.ca.gov for more information on employee benefits. 01 Do you have two years or more of increasingly responsible public works inspection experience or a closely related field. Yes No Required Question Closing Date/Time:
CITY OF MILPITAS, CA Milpitas, California, United States
Jun 04, 2022
Temporary
Definition ***THIS RECRUITMENT IS OPEN UNTIL FILLED, AND MAY CLOSE AT ANY TIME. FOR NEXT CONSIDERATION, APPLY NO LATER THAN JULY 6, 2022*** Under direct supervision of the Sports Center Coordinator, is responsible for group instruction of various fitness classes, including Step Aerobics, Kick Boxing, Body Toning, Interval Aerobics, Pilates, strength training, physio ball, water aerobics, Yoga, Zumba and other classes; interact professionally and communicate effectively with participants and general public; adhere to class structural guidelines and time schedules; maintain patron safety in and around dance studios. Typical Qualifications Minimum age at time of hire is 18 years old. Professional certification(s) and experience in class instruction. License and Other Requirements Upon selection, additional requirements include: Valid California Driver's license. Must be certified by a nationally recognized certification organization such as A.C.E., A.F.A.A., or A.C.S.M. Fingerprint clearance (Department of Justice background check) if 18 years or older. Supplemental Information The City of Milpitas is an Equal Opportunity/ADA employer. Reasonable accommodation in the application, examination, and selection process will be made upon request to Human Resources at (408) 586-3090. City of Milpitas Temporary/ Seasonal Employee* Benefits at a Glance Retirement Benefits Federal law requires that employees who are not members of the City retirement plan (CalPERS) be covered under an alternate retirement plan (PARS). 6% of your salary will be deducted for participation in the PARS plan. The City will also contribute 1.5% of your earnings to your PARS account every pay period. Paid Time Off In accordance with State Law, after 90 days, Temporary/Seasonal employees receive 24 hours to use for sick leave. Work and Life Temporary/Seasonal employees are eligible for membership at the Milpitas Sports Center. Temporary/Seasonal employees are eligible for membership in Commonwealth Credit Union, which offers a broad range of financial and investment services. Temporary/Seasonal employees may qualify for Transportation Reduction Incentive Program (TRIP) cash incentive or transit subsidies based on their commute method. Health Insurance (Not available to most Temporary/Seasonal Employees) Temporary employees in a non-clerical position hired in the Planning, Engineering and Building Divisions may qualify for participation in CalPERS health, Delta Dental and Vision. (per Res. 7062) o Multiple plans available through CalPERS Health; plans with Kaiser rate or lower are paid by the City. Delta Dental: City paid Vision: City paid *Temporary/Seasonal employees are limited to work no more than 1000 hours per Fiscal Year. 01 Are you or will you be at least 18 years old at the time of hire? Yes No 02 Please list all the professional certification(s) you possess. 03 Please provide a brief summary of the in-class experience you have. Required Question Closing Date/Time: Continuous
CITY OF MILPITAS, CA Milpitas, California, United States
Jun 04, 2022
Temporary
Definition ***THIS RECRUITMENT IS OPEN UNTIL FILLED, AND MAY CLOSE AT ANY TIME. FOR THE NEXT CONSIDERATION, APPLY NO LATER THAN JUNE 28, 2022*** Under direct supervision of the Recreation Supervisor, Recreation Pool Manager and Recreation Assistant Pool Manager, Lifeguards / Swim Instructors will ensure the safety of facility patrons by preventing and responding to emergencies and instruct swim lessons for participants of all ages. In addition, Swim Instructors are responsible for instructing all swim lesson participants, ensuring the safety of all participants in their class, instructing and evaluating students participating in swim lessons, submitting completed participant report cards on time and attending mandatory meetings and training sessions as scheduled. The individual must be able to represent the City of Milpitas Recreation Services in a professional manner and follow the City's and Recreation Services' polices and regulations. Examples of Duties Maintaining constant surveillance of patrons in the facility Acting immediately and appropriately to ensure the safety of patrons in the event of an emergency Providing emergency care and treatment as required until the arrival of emergency medical services Performing various maintenance duties as directed to maintain a clean and safe facility Preparing and maintaining appropriate reports Having thorough knowledge of rescue techniques Understanding and enforcing of facility rules, policies and procedures, having leadership, public relations skills and decision-making skills. Typical Qualifications Lifeguard / Swim Instructor Minimum age at the time of hire is 15 years old. Knowledge of and the ability to demonstrate skills in swim lesson instruction. Ability to work independently and possess energy and enthusiasm. Pre-Employment testing of swimming skills and knowledge through a Lifeguard Academy Must have experience in working with children (3 - 17 years of age) and adults (18+ years of age). Swim Instructor American Red Cross Water Safety Instructor (WSI) certification preferred, but not required License and Other Requirements Upon selection, additional requirements include: Tuberculosis test Fingerprint clearance (Department of Justice background check) if 18 years or older Supplemental Information The City of Milpitas is an Equal Opportunity/ADA employer. Reasonable accommodation in the application, examination, and selection process will be made upon request to Human Resources at (408) 586-3090. City of Milpitas Temporary/ Seasonal Employee* Benefits at a Glance Retirement Benefits Federal law requires that employees who are not members of the City retirement plan (CalPERS) be covered under an alternate retirement plan (PARS). 6% of your salary will be deducted for participation in the PARS plan. The City will also contribute 1.5% of your earnings to your PARS account every pay period. Paid Time Off In accordance with State Law, after 90 days, Temporary/Seasonal employees receive 24 hours to use for sick leave. Work and Life Temporary/Seasonal employees are eligible for membership at the Milpitas Sports Center. Temporary/Seasonal employees are eligible for membership in Commonwealth Credit Union, which offers a broad range of financial and investment services. Temporary/Seasonal employees may qualify for Transportation Reduction Incentive Program (TRIP) cash incentive or transit subsidies based on their commute method. Health Insurance (Not available to most Temporary/Seasonal Employees) Temporary employees in a non-clerical position hired in the Planning, Engineering and Building Divisions may qualify for participation in CalPERS health, Delta Dental and Vision. (per Res. 7062) o Multiple plans available through CalPERS Health; plans with Kaiser rate or lower are paid by the City. Delta Dental: City paid Vision: City paid *Temporary/Seasonal employees are limited to work no more than 1000 hours per Fiscal Year. 01 Are you at least 15 years of age? Yes No 02 Please select the years of experience you have working with children (3 - 17 years of age) and adults (18+ years of age). One year or more of experience One year or less of experience No years of experience Required Question Closing Date/Time: Continuous
CITY OF MILPITAS, CA Milpitas, California, United States
May 14, 2022
Temporary
Definition **THIS RECRUITMENT IS OPEN UNTIL FILLED, AND MAY CLOSE AT ANY TIME. FOR FIRST CONSIDERATION, APPLY NO LATER THAN JUNE 22, 2022** The Recreation Administrative Assistant classification is responsible for providing outstanding customer service at the Recreation facilities while performing basic clerical tasks and light maintenance to ensure facilities are safe, presentable, and welcoming. Assignments are generally limited and routine in scope and are performed within a procedural framework established by higher-level employees. Although Recreation Administrative Assistants are trained to work interchangeably at the Milpitas Community Center, Milpitas Sports Center, and Barbara Lee Senior Center, most are assigned a regular weekly schedule at one of the three facilities and have the option to pick up additional shifts at any facility. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS This is a temporary, unbenefited position and is considered extra help. Examples of Duties Duties may include, but are not limited to the following: Greet members of the public, visitors, delivery personnel, and employees arriving at the facility. Provide directions and assist with check-in as needed. Respond to in-person, phone, and e-mail inquiries, handling routine requests promptly and professionally, routing complex inquiries to the appropriate staff member, taking messages, and following up on inquiries as needed. Process registration, rental, and membership transactions in the ActiveNet system and perform cashier duties Maintain the office and lobby areas, including bulletin boards, literature racks, and lobby decor. Data entry, generating reports, filing, and retrieving files. Receive and distribute supply orders and maintain inventory records. Open and close building in accordance with established procedures. QUALIFICATIONS Knowledge of: Basic office functions Customer service techniques Appropriate use of office equipment Basic record-keeping Ability to: Maintain a professional front desk environment by providing friendly, professional, efficient customer service to diverse external and internal clients. Understand and enforce facility rules, policies, and procedures, demonstrate leadership, public relations, and good decision-making skills Understand, accurately explain, and enthusiastically promote in conversation the programs, services, rentals, and special events offered departmentwide. Maintain attention to detail when processing transactions and paperwork. Perform various cleaning and maintenance duties as directed to maintain a clean and safe facility, including front desk and lobby environment. Promptly reporting safety concerns and emergencies and mitigating hazards. Ability to work independently, as this employee may be the only staff in the building during certain early or late shifts. Prepare and maintain reports Represent the City of Milpitas Recreation and Community Services in a professional manner Follow the City's and Recreation and Community Services' policies and regulations. EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE Minimum age at the time of hire is 18 years old. No experience is required. Some office and/or customer service experience is preferred. Strong communication skills in English, both written and spoken. Bilingual communication skills in Spanish, Vietnamese or Chinese are a plus. Typical Qualifications SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: Essential duties require the following physical abilities and work environment. Essential duties require prolonged sitting, computer use, and telephone use in an office environment and be able to reach, squat, lift, and carry up to 25 pounds. Work is typically accomplished in an indoor environment with heavy public contact. SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND EXERCISED Supervision is received from a Recreation Services Supervisor, or higher, job classification. No supervision is exercised over others. The City of Milpitas is an Equal Opportunity/ADA employer. Reasonable accommodation in the application, examination, and selection process will be made upon request to Human Resources at (408) 586-3090. The information contained in this announcement does not constitute either an expressed or implied contract and these provisions are subject to change. City of Milpitas Temporary/ Seasonal Employee* Benefits at a Glance Retirement Benefits Federal law requires that employees who are not members of the City retirement plan (CalPERS) be covered under an alternate retirement plan (PARS). 6% of your salary will be deducted for participation in the PARS plan. The City will also contribute 1.5% of your earnings to your PARS account every pay period. Paid Time Off In accordance with State Law, after 90 days, Temporary/Seasonal employees receive 24 hours to use for sick leave. Work and Life Temporary/Seasonal employees are eligible for membership at the Milpitas Sports Center. Temporary/Seasonal employees are eligible for membership in Commonwealth Credit Union, which offers a broad range of financial and investment services. Temporary/Seasonal employees may qualify for Transportation Reduction Incentive Program (TRIP) cash incentive or transit subsidies based on their commute method. Health Insurance (Not available to most Temporary/Seasonal Employees) Temporary employees in a non-clerical position hired in the Planning, Engineering and Building Divisions may qualify for participation in CalPERS health, Delta Dental and Vision. (per Res. 7062) o Multiple plans available through CalPERS Health; plans with Kaiser rate or lower are paid by the City. Delta Dental: City paid Vision: City paid *Temporary/Seasonal employees are limited to work no more than 1000 hours per Fiscal Year. 01 Are you at least 18 years of age or older? Yes No 02 Do you possess at least one year experience of clerical or customer service? Yes No Required Question Closing Date/Time: Continuous