City of Annapolis

Annapolis, Maryland was settled in 1649 and celebrated its 350th birthday last year. Annapolis actually received its charter from Queen Anne of England on November 22, 1708 and is the oldest incorporated city in Maryland and one of the oldest in the entire United States. Annapolis is a full-service City and offers to our citizens a complete range of services, many of which are described below and just a click away. Annapolis is a highly diverse City and we take pride in being described as a City of Neighborhoods. We cooperate with numerous civic and neighborhood groups to enhance the quality of life of all Annapolitans. The City employs nearly 550 people who work hard every day to make sure Annapolis remains the community of choice for our residents as the greatest place to live, work, and raise a family!

5 job(s) at City of Annapolis

City of Annapolis, MD Annapolis, MD, USA
Jul 20, 2017
Full Time
City of Annapolis Office of Human Resources 145 Gorman Street, 2nd Fl Annapolis, MD 21401-2535 CityJobs@annapolis.gov • 410-263-7998 • Fax 410-295-7999 • Deaf, hard of hearing or speech disability - Use MD Relay or 711 • www.annapolis.gov Position Vacancy Announcement Position Office Associate III (1005) Opening date July 19, 2017 Department Fire Closing date August 2, 2017 Salary range $34,031.07 $54,449.71 (A06) General statement of duties Performs varied stenographic typing and clerical tasks; does related work as required. Distinguishing features of the class This is responsible clerical work involving performance of a number of varied tasks requiring ability to take and transcribe dictation. The work requires the exercise of judgment in the application of prescribed procedures and methods to routine matters. Employees in this class may work under close supervision depending upon the nature of the assignment. The work is checked by another step in clerical process or by an immediate supervisor. Immediate supervision may occasionally be exercised over the work of a small number of subordinate clerks. Positions in this class are found where the current assignment of responsibility does not warrant an Office Associate IV. Examples of work (illustrative only) • Takes dictation of letters, memoranda, articles, reports and addresses, using computer for word processing; • Types accounting and statistical tables, letters, notice, reports and miscellaneous material, using computer; • Reads and routes incoming mail assembles files and other materials to facilitate reply by a superior; • Maintains cross-references office files and a variety of other records; • Prepares and types requisitions for the purchase of supplies and equipment; • Sorts, indexes and files material alphabetically, numerically and geographically; • Serves as a receptionist and answers telephone and gives general information in response to public inquiries; • Performs a wide variety of secretarial, typing and related tasks; • Keeps records and makes reports; • Types planning and zoning reports and issues zoning permits; • Maintains petty cash and other records; • Inputs and retrieves computer data; • Monitors utility crews by two-day radio and advises crews of emergency and other calls for service; • Prepares and updates water and sewer service reports; • Maintains employee attendance records. Required knowledge, skills and abilities Some knowledge of office terminology, procedures and equipment and of business arithmetic and English; some knowledge of elementary bookkeeping; ability to take and transcribe dictation at an average rate of speed and accuracy; ability to maintain complex clerical records and prepare reports from such records; ability to make minor decisions in accordance with laws, ordinances, regulations and established policies; ability to make relatively complex mathematical computations rapidly and accurately; ability to get along well with others; clerical aptitude; good judgment; tact and courtesy. Acceptable experience and training Some experience in clerical work at the level of Office Associate II and completion of standard high school course, including or supplemented by a course in shorthand, machine dictation, with completion of business school or some college courses desirable, some word processing experience is desirable; or any equivalent combination of experience and training which provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities. Americans with Disabilities Act Physical ability: to sit continuously at a computer terminal or receptionist station for extended periods; ability to operate standard office equipment including copier, computer, fax machine, mailing machine, etc.; ability to reach into file drawers in standard four drawer filing cabinets. Visual ability: sufficient to effectively operate office equipment including copier, computer, etc.; to read and write reports, correspondence, instructions, etc.; Hearing ability: sufficient to hold conversation with other individuals both in person and over a telephone; ability to hear recording on transcription device. Speaking ability: sufficient to communicate effectively with other individuals in person and over a telephone. Freedom from mental disorders which would interfere with performance of duties as described. Application process Candidates must complete a City of Annapolis application form. The application must be postmarked, or received in the City of Annapolis Department of Human Resources office by 4:30 p.m. on the closing date. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment, without regard to political or religious opinion or affiliation, age, race, creed, color, sex, national origin, marital status, physical or mental disability, sexual orientation or genetic information. The City of Annapolis is an Equal Employment Opportunity/ADA Compliant Employer.
City of Annapolis, MD Annapolis, MD, USA
Jul 20, 2017
Full Time
City of Annapolis Office of Human Resources 145 Gorman Street, 2nd Fl Annapolis, MD 21401-2535 CityJobs@annapolis.gov • 410-263-7998 • Fax 410-295-7999 • www.annapolis.gov Deaf, hard of hearing or speech disability - use MD Relay or 711 Position Vacancy Announcement Position Dock Assistant (9131) Opening date July 19, 2017 Department Harbor Master Closing date September 5, 2017 Salary range $9.50 - $14.00 hour This is a part-time position working at least two weekends a month and applicants are needed to be available around 28 hours a week. General statement of duties Assists Harbor Master in the operation of the City Dock facilities and other assigned City properties; greets and assists boaters; collects fees; does other related work as required. Distinguishing features The employee in this class is responsible for serving in the public eye in the performance of routine operating tasks of a repetitive nature including simple maintenance duties. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills are essential, as is a friendly, outgoing personality. The Dock Assistant works under general supervision on routine recurring assignments, receiving specific instruction on each new or unusual assignment. The Harbor Master's Office is open 24 hours a day seasonally. Work schedule will include the requirement to work nights, weekends and certain holidays in all weather conditions. Examples of work (illustrative only) • Assists vessels and crews arriving at City Dock slips and bulkheads to tie up safely; • Collects dock and other user fees; • Answers questions from customers about facilities and local services; • Answers telephone inquiries; • Communicates with Harbormaster vessels and visiting vessels by both VHF radio and telephone; • Assists on City Patrol Boats and/or Pump-out Boats under supervision of Boat Captain; • Operates simple computer-based accounting program for totaling daily receipts and reconciling collected and assigned cash; • Inspects docks and slips for safety hazards; • Performs minor repairs; • Delivers packages and messages; • Helps to maintain clean facilities and premises; • Performs other duties as directed and instructed by various Supervisors. Required knowledge, skills and abilities Ability to understand and follow simple oral and written directions; thoroughness; persistence; dependability; good physical condition; ability to calculate fees; ability to calculate rentable time intervals; ability to keep records and accurately handle money; ability to identify potential problems with the public and to deal pleasantly, quickly, and tactfully with the public in a variety of circumstances; ability to read manuals and directions, and to write log entries, receipts, and narrative reports if requested; ability to give directions; ability to walk the docks, and to see and recognize identifying characteristics of persons and boats; ability to work days, evenings and nights during the hours of darkness, weekends and holidays; ability to keep records and make reports. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills are essential. Acceptable experience and training Some job-related experience and completion of at least Tenth Grade in a standard high school curriculum. Boat operating experience is highly desirable. Consent to chemical substance screening consistent with mandated Federal, State and City guidelines and programs, to include random tests for the detection of drug or alcohol use. Additional Requirements This position is required to have a valid Drivers license and Boaters Safety Certificate. Minimum Age at time of employment - 16. Position available April 15 - November 15, work up to 35 hours per week, including evenings, nights, weekends and certain holidays. Americans with Disabilities Act Physical ability: Ability to swim; ability and agility to safely board and safely and efficiently perform duties aboard various boats in various weather conditions in daylight and at night; ability to safely bend, jump, and lift at least 30 pounds intermittently; ability to assist various types of boats, ability to withstand working outside in extreme weather conditions; ability to operate standard office equipment including copier, computer, fax machine, etc.; ability to reach into file drawers in standard five (5) drawer filing cabinets. Visual ability: To effectively operate standard office equipment; ability to read and write reports, correspondence, instructions, etc. Hearing ability: Sufficient to communicate effectively with other individuals in person and over a telephone and radio. Freedom from mental disorders which would interfere with the performance of duties as described. Application process The City of Annapolis application must be completed on-line by 11:59 p.m. on the closing date. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment, without regard to political or religious opinion or affiliation, race, creed, color, sex, national origin, marital status, physical or mental disability, sexual orientation, gender identity or genetic information. The City of Annapolis is an Equal Employment Opportunity/ADA Compliant Employer.
City of Annapolis, MD Annapolis, MD, USA
Jul 04, 2017
Full Time
City of Annapolis Office of Human Resources 145 Gorman Street, 2nd Fl Annapolis, MD 21401-2535 CityJobs@annapolis.gov • 410-263-7998 • Fax 410-295-7999 • www.annapolis.gov Deaf, hard of hearing or speech disability - use MD Relay or 711 Position Vacancy Announcement Position Police Officer (4009) Lateral only (MPTC Certified) Opening date March 26, 2015 Department Police Closing date Open Until Filled Salary range $47,005.52 - $75,2009.21 (P10) Please visit www.annapolis.gov for further details. General statement of duties Performs general duty police work in the protection of life and property through the enforcement of laws and ordinances; does related work as required. Distinguishing features of the class This is general duty police work consisting of routine patrol work in an assigned area, preliminary investigation and miscellaneous duties incidental thereto, performed in accordance with department rules and regulations. A senior officer regularly checks the work and gives specific instructions and assistance when special problems arise, although a Police Officer is required to exercise initiative and discretion when faced with emergency conditions. The work involves an element of personal danger. A Police Officer may be assigned to make plainclothes investigations or to serve in special capabilities such as helicopter dispatcher or community relations representative for the division. Although Police Officer/Police Officer First Class perform the same tasks, the concept of the class is based upon the assumption that Police Officer First Class brings a higher level of knowledge and skills to the job as evidenced by passing a competitive, job related promotional examination and certification from resulting eligible list. Examples of work (illustrative only) • Enforces the law and ordinances of the City and State and all other pertinent laws; • Patrols an assigned area during a specific period and/;or responds to a call in motorized police equipment or on foot; • Checks doors and windows and examines premises of unoccupied buildings or residences in order to detect any suspicious conditions; • Investigates suspicious conditions and complaints and makes arrests of persons who violate laws and ordinances; • Accompanies prisoners to headquarters, jail or court and appears in court as arresting officer; • Maintains surveillance and contact with known criminals and their associates; • Directs traffic and either arrests or gives violation tickets to those who break traffic laws; • Checks automobile parking in restricted areas and gives violation tickets when necessary; • Works at desk, answering telephone, dispatching patrol cars, operating radio transmitter, maintaining records, preparing reports and performing other clerical and administrative duties; • Prepares and gives lectures to school, civic and other groups; • Attends fires or accidents in assigned area as directed, gives all possible assistance and prepares necessary reports; • Maintains order in crowds and attends parades, funerals or other public gatherings and quells rioters or other unruly disturbances; • Escorts funerals, parades and other public processions; • Watches for stolen cars and wanted or missing persons; • Makes investigations and enforces City and State laws pertaining to juvenile offenders; • Answers criminal complaints and takes necessary corrective action; • Gives advice on laws, ordinances and general information to the public; • Provides emergency first aid as required; • May be assigned to undercover or plainclothes investigative tasks; • Serves as crime laboratory officer, collecting and evaluating evidence, taking and processing photographs, etc.; • Serves as drug custody coordinator; • Interviews applicants for positions and conducts additional interviews of references and others familiar with applicants' background; • Classifies police incident reports in accordance with uniform crime code; • Operates motorcycle, radio patrol car, patrol wagon or police copter as required; • Writes reports and testifies in court as required; • Acts for Corporal or Sergeant in their absence as required. Required knowledge, skills and abilities Some knowledge of Federal, State and City laws; good social and general intelligence; ability to understand and carry out complex oral and written instructions; ability to drive an automobile or a motorcycle; some skill in the use of firearms; good judgment; good powers of observation and memory; excellent moral character; physical strength and agility. Acceptable experience and training Completion of a standard high school course and preferably possession of an associate degree in job-related field; or any equivalent combination of experience and training which provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities. Additional Requirements Possession of certificate of satisfactory completion from the Maryland Police Training Commission. Radar Certification. Intoximeter Certification. Firearms Certification. Americans with Disabilities Act Physical ability: Ability to lift and/or move heavy objects or persons weighing from 150 to 300 pounds in the course of rescue activities; ability to physically restrain persons in the course of law enforcement activities; ability to give chase on foot in the course of law enforcement/criminal apprehension activities; ability to withstand working outside in all extreme weather conditions. Visual ability: Sufficient to operate a police vehicle both day and night, to observe criminal actions taking place, to observe traffic violations taking place, to read and write reports, correspondence, etc. Hearing ability: Sufficient to understand radio transmissions and conversation with other individuals both in person and over a telephone. Speaking ability: Sufficient to communicate effectively with other individuals in person, over a telephone and or radio. Freedom from mental disorders which would interfere with performance of duties as described. Application process Candidates must complete a City of Annapolis application form. The application must be postmarked, or received in the City of Annapolis Department of Human Resources office by 4:30 p.m. on the closing date. Incomplete applications will not be considered. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment, without regard to political or religious opinion or affiliation, race, creed, color, sex, national origin, marital status, physical or mental disability, sexual orientation or genetic information. The City of Annapolis is an Equal Employment Opportunity/ADA Compliant Employer.
City of Annapolis, MD Annapolis, MD, USA
May 11, 2017
Full Time
Recreation & Enrichment Camp Leader (July - August) Min. 18 yrs. of age Criminal background check/drug test Must obtain CPR certification prior to employment Experience working with children First Aid & CPR certified weekdays 9:00am - 3:00pm $8.75 - $9.25 Day Camp Assistant Director & Counselors (June - August) Min. 18 yrs. of age or High School graduate Must obtain CPR certification prior to employment Criminal background check /Drug test Elementary educational classes First Aid & CPR certified Experience working with children weekdays - hrs vary 8:30am - 4:30pm max 40 hrs $8.75 - $13.00
City of Annapolis, MD Annapolis, MD, USA
May 11, 2017
Full Time
Now Hiring Child Care Directors & Teachers City of Annapolis Recreation and Parks School Age Child Care is now hiring Child Care Directors and Teachers Part time for our Before and After School Child Care Programs. Appropriate college coursework or OCC training required. Please submit transcripts/certifications/with application. Fax application to 410-626-9731 or call 410-263-7958. Application may be obtained on line http://www.annapolis.gov/Government/Departments/HumanRes/forms/EmpApp.pdf Director • Minimum Age - 21 years • Training - a total of 135 clock hours (or 9 credit hours) in the following: 45 clock hours child development, 45 clock hours of school-age curriculum, and 45 clock hours of child care administration • Additional Pre-Service Requirements - 9 clock hours in communication with staff, parents & the public, and 3 clock hours in OCC regulations • Education - High School Diploma or GED • Experience - 400 hours under supervision primarily with school age children or 1 year as a registered Family Day Care Provider (school age) Child Care Teacher • Minimum Age - 19 years • Training - a total of 90 clock hours (or 6 credit hours) in the following: 45 clock hours child development, 45 clock hours of school-age curriculum. • Additional Pre-Service Requirements - 9 clock hours in communication with staff, parents & the public. • Education - High School Diploma or GED • Experience - 400 hours under supervision primarily with school age children or 1 year of college or a combination of College + Experience = 1 year