9001 Stockdale Highway, Bakersfield, CA 93311, USA
Description: Reporting to the Vice President for Business and Administrative Services/CFO (VPCFO), the Assistant Vice President of Facilities Management Services (FMS) is responsible for managing a multi-million-dollar area while creating and maintaining an environment that enables faculty and staff to fulfill the educational mission of California State University, Bakersfield (CSUB). The position is responsible for providing leadership, accountability, oversight, and strategic direction for: • Planning, organizing, directing and ensuring a best in class administration, operation and maintenance team responsible for the CSUB buildings and surrounding grounds including the main campus located in Bakersfield, California and the CSUB Antelope Valley campus located in Lancaster, California; • Managing facilities operations, maintenance and repairs including but not limited to, building, mechanical, electrical and plumbing trades; custodial for campus and student housing; grounds and landscaping; recycling; energy and utilities; and fleet and auto services; and • Providing direct and/or oversight project management for deferred maintenance and minor (less than $709,000) capital projects as required and consistent with California State University Capital Planning, Design, and Construction (CSU CPDC) requirements. The position is charged with providing strong leadership and management to FMS and maintaining a healthy culture of teamwork, transparency, and accountability consistent with the division of Business and Administrative Services customer service philosophy. The position is responsible for the integrity, integration, and productive use of data and customer feedback in the delivery of services for the campus community and the maintaining of property, plant and equipment consistent with identified best in class maintenance requirements. The position will ensure that FMS work orders are proactive, preventative and responsive as required to ensure that the campus buildings and grounds operate at their optimal state. The position will work collaboratively with the Assistant Vice President for Capital Planning, Design and Construction (responsible for major capital projects $709,000 or more) to ensure that deferred maintenance and other capital projects are properly managed and accounted for consistent with CSU CPDC requirements. The position serves on the Space Utilization Committee, Master Planning Committee, and other committees as may be assigned. In addition, the position works collaboratively and supporting other campus offices and departments, administration, faculty and staff as appropriate. Closing Date/Time: Open until filled
City of Austin, TX
Austin, TX, United States
Minimum Qualifications Minimum Qualifications: District Supervisor I ($17.00 per hour): Must be 18 years old. Must have three (3) seasons Lifeguard experience Must have the required certifications District Supervisor II ($18.00 per hour): Must be 18 years old. Must have three (3) seasons Lifeguard experience Must posses the required certifications above District Supervisor I. Licenses and Certifications Required: Swimming instructor Life guarding CPR First aid Water safety Pool operations, either AFO or CPO Notes to Applicants UPDATE : Thank you for applying with the City of Austin. We hope you and your family are safe during this turbulent time in our nation. We understand you have heard reports regarding public and private organizational measures to reduce the risk of exposures to the COVID -19 virus. This has clearly had an impact on most business operations and our aquatic facilities are currently closed. This posting for this temporary aquatic position will remain active as we prepare for a modified summer aquatics season and we encourage you to apply. In the meantime, we will continue to evaluate the situation and keep applicants updated as aquatics facilities are allowed to resume operations. The City of Austin Parks and Recreation Department ( PARD ) provides protects and preserves a park system that promotes quality recreational, cultural and outdoor experiences for the Austin community. The purpose of the District Supervisor I and II position is to supervise temporary aquatic staff at public pools across the city for the Aquatics Division at the City of Austin Parks and Recreation Department. Application Instructions: 17 year old applicants require parent signatures on the applicant paperwork. After the interview, applicants will complete preliminary paperwork. If given a contingent job offer, the offer will be conditional on taking and passing 40 hours of Lifeguard Life Skills training. TRAINING WILL BE OFFERED BY PARKS AND RECREATION DURING THE WEEKENDS AND /OR EVENINGS . YOU MUST PASS THE 40 HOUR COURSE TO BE CONSIDERED FOR THE POSITION . Returning Swim Coaches will be required to take 16 hours of training instead of the 40 hours required for new swim coaches. Applicants will be required to show I-9 documents to verify proof of citizenship if given a conditional job offer based on completing the training. To review the correct I-9 documents to bring, go to http://www.uscis.gov/files/form/i-9.pdf. Bring your social security card to be used for payroll verification. Swim Coaches must have reliable transportation to get to and from work on your assigned work hours. IF HIRED BY THE CITY OF AUSTIN PARKS AND RECREATION - AQUATIC DIVISION , APPLICANTS MUST ADHERE TO AND PARTICIPATE IN THE FOLLOWING : Attend mandatory Aquatic Division Orientation. Attend mandatory paid in-service meetings. Report to work on time for assigned shift(s); and remain free from being under the influence of drugs and/or alcohol. Wear assigned Aquatics Division staff uniform only while on duty. Be able to work weekdays, weekends and holidays; and willing to substitute for others. Perform general cleaning and maintenance duties during assigned shift(s). Work Schedule/Location: Work schedule and location is subject to change based on department needs and programs. If you are selected for this position, and meet the Driver Safety Standards in the City of Austin Driver Safety Program, you may drive when necessary to multiple locations as part of your regular job duties. Otherwise, you are responsible for getting to and from these locations. Physical Requirements : Tasks may involve bending, lifting, walking, carrying or using a force equal to lifting up to fifty (50) pounds. Must be physically and mentally able to communicate, respond and work with participant's needs and safety issues. Military/Veteran Preference for Interview Process: An applicant claiming Military/Veteran status must provide a copy of his or her DD-214(s), or valid comparable document, at the time of interview. Application Instructions: Applicants must include their Employment Application all experience (work and/or volunteer) related to this job posting - up to ten (10) years or more. Verification of employment history dates on resume should match online Employment Application - Statements such as "See Resume" will not be accepted. Employment history dates must include month and year. Resume will not be accepted in lieu of a complete online application. 90 Day Provision for Additional Vacancy: This posting may be used to fill other vacancies in other divisions/work locations within the City of Austin Parks and Recreation Department. Decisions on assigned selection will be made at the time of hire based on the business needs of the department. Posting Guidelines: PARD reserves the right to close posted positions prior to the advertised close date, based on recruitment strategies and business needs. Military/Veteran Preference for Interview Process: An applicant claiming Military/Veteran status must provide a copy of his or her DD-214(s), or valid comparable document, at the time of interview. Work/Location Schedule Notes: May be required to work during special events, evenings, weekends & holidays. Work schedule and location is subject to change based on department needs and programs. Various work locations. See our website for a full list of City of Austin Pool locations: click HERE for more information. Driver's License and Certifications: Travel: If you are selected for this position, and meet the Driver Safety Standards in the City of Austin Driver Safety Program , you may drive when necessary to multiple locations as part of your regular job duties. Otherwise, you are responsible for getting to and from these locations. Multiple Work Sites: This position will require traveling to multiple sites throughout the work day. All PARD work site locations are tobacco-free. Use of tobacco products and/or e-cigarettes is not permitted on any PARD work site - including construction sites, parking lots, garages or in any personal vehicles located on the premises. Pay Range $17.50 - $18.00 per hour. Hours Days and Hours: Work shifts will vary, up to 40 hours per week. May be required to work during special events outside the normal hours for programming needs. Evenings, Weekends, & Holidays may be required. Job Close Date 07/31/2020 Type of Posting External Department Parks & Recreation Regular/Temporary Temporary Grant Funded or Pooled Position Not Applicable Category Technical Location City of Austin Neighborhood and Municipal Pools Preferred Qualifications Preferred Qualifications: Three (3) seasons (9 months) of teaching swim lessons, Three (3) seasons (9 months) of lifeguard experience. Texas Class C Driver's License. Aquatic Facility Operator or Certified Pool Operator Certification One year experience creating weekly work schedules for a large amount of employees. Ability to travel to more than one work location. Duties, Functions and Responsibilities Duties, Functions and Responsibilities: Essential duties and functions, pursuant to the Americans with Disabilities Act, may include the following. Other related duties may be assigned. Will be responsible for all operational aspects of the aquatics program, including safety and pool maintenance. Will schedule district staff; supervise head lifeguards, cashiers, and lifeguards while on duty. Will hold Weekly In-Service training Oversees and is responsible for light book keeping duties. Follows and enforces all pool policies and rules at all times. Communicates with both public and staff effectively. Organizes and conducts aquatics summer program activities. Plans, organizes and leads recreational program activities. Maintains, inventories and cares for City property and equipment. Keeps manager informed of materials and supplies necessary to conduct programs. Cleans program areas after completion of activities and at end of work day. Demonstrates cooperative behavior with team, supervisors and the public. Leads, teaches, demonstrates and officiates activities for a variety of age groups. Monitors and records compliance with safety and department guidelines and rules. Maintains attendance, activity, supply and equipment records. Develops lesson or activity plans and program evaluations. Assists in the use of equipment and supplies. Communicates with a wide range of people. Provides information and directions. Encourages and guides participants. Sets up equipment for scheduled activities/events. May give direction to program volunteers on specific activities or projects. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Must possess required knowledge, skills, abilities and experience and be able to explain and demonstrate, with or without reasonable accommodations, that the essential functions of the job can be performed. Knowledge of general safety practices and procedures. Knowledge of first aid, lifeguard, CPR Knowledge of personal computers. Ability to learn equipment and supply use and care. Ability to provide guidance and instruction. Ability to communicate activity objectives, programs and information and directions. Ability to retain and use safety rules and department guidelines. Ability to evaluate program activities verbally and in writing. Ability to acquire First Aid and Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation Certification prior to the completion of the probationary period. Ability to plan, organize, motivate, lead, and promote a variety of recreational activities for different age groups with diverse interests and varying skill levels. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships and rapport with employees, volunteers, supervisors, and the general public. Ability to handle requests, inquiries, and complaints in a cooperative and constructive manner. Ability to work outdoors and under a variety of weather conditions. Ability to work irregular hours. Ability to frequently walk and sit when leading various recreational activities. Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing. Criminal Background Investigation This position has been approved for a Criminal Background Investigation. EEO/ADA City of Austin is committed to compliance with the American Disabilities Act. If you require reasonable accommodation during the application process or have a question regarding an essential job function, please call (512) 974-3210 or TTY (512) 974-2445. Information For City Employees: If you are an employee within the division, are in good standing and meet both the minimum and preferred qualifications, then you will receive an initial interview. Supplemental Questions Required fields are indicated with an asterisk (*). * This position requires that you must be at least 18 years of age and have 3 seasons of teaching swim lessons, OR StarGuard Lifeguard Instructor (LGI) certification and 3 seasons of lifeguarding experience. Do you meet these minimum qualifications? Yes No * Do you have the ability to travel to multiple sites as part of the regular job duties? Yes No * Do you have a current StarGuard Lifeguarding/First Aid/CPR/AED certification issued November 1, 2019 or after? Yes No * Do you hold a Certified Pool Operator (CPO) or Aquatic Facility Operator (AFO)? Yes No * Do you have a current ARC Lifeguard Instructor and/or ARC Water Safety Instructor R-14 certification? Yes, I hold both of these certifications. Yes, I hold at least one of these certifications. No * Do you have experience creating weekly work schedules for a large amount of employees? If yes, please describe what type of schedules you worked with and explain your process for creating these schedules. (Open Ended Question) * List all valid certifications and/or licenses you currently hold. (Open Ended Question) * Do you have experience creating weekly work schedules for a large amount of employees? If yes, please describe what type of schedules you worked with and explain your process for creating these schedules. (Open Ended Question) * Please describe your experience supervising staff in an Aquatic related environment. (Open Ended Question) * If selected as Top Candidate, do you agree to a criminal background investigation? Yes No * This is a multi-position job posting and you will only be notified if you are selected to move forward in the process. Once the department is no longer hiring for this position, you will receive a notification informing you of such. I acknowledge this statement Optional & Required Documents Required Documents Resume Optional Documents Cover Letter
Chico Unified School District
Chico, CA, USA
Under general supervision of district administrators, this position performs a wide variety of highly responsible and complex clerical and secretarial work such as keeping records, preparing/typing reports, and answering correspondence and questions from both the public and school district personnel.
Supervision Exercised : May exercise functional and technical supervision over lower-level clerical staff and student assistants.
Examples of Important and Essential Duties :
Act as information resource to the public and school personnel.
Work with confidential data and ensure compliance with District, State, and Federal regulations and procedures.
Gather, compile, organize, distribute, file, and maintain information.
Prepare and type reports and records and create correspondence.
Enter and maintain extensive data into computers.
Type from oral directions, rough draft, copy, or notes and give clerical assistance to district administrators.
Schedule meetings, arrange locations, times, and maintain calendar of appointments with school administrators, staff, and the public.
Prepare and distribute meeting agendas and attend, take, and distribute meeting minutes.
Maintain department budget records.
Open and screen incoming mail.
Take, give, and refer messages from and to the public in person, by telephone, and in written form.
Perform related duties and responsibilities as assigned.
JOB RELATED AND ESSENTIAL QUALIFICATIONS:
Modern office practices, methods and computer equipment.
Principles and procedures of record keeping.
Principles and practices of data collection and report preparation.
Principles of business letter writing.
Techniques used in public relations.
Basic accounting and bookkeeping procedures.
Computer programs including word processing, spreadsheet, database application, desk-top publishing, graphics, E-mail, internet use and others.
Alphabetical, numerical and subject matter filing systems.
Basic usage, spelling, vocabulary, grammar and punctuation.
Operate modern office equipment.
Type or operate a keyboard at a level proficient for successful job performance.
Create documents, databases, spreadsheets, and reports.
Ability to :
Learn, interpret and apply the policies, procedures, laws and regulations pertaining to assigned programs and functions.
Perform responsible and difficult specialized clerical work involving the use of independent judgment and personal initiative.
Interact effectively and sensitively with individuals from diverse backgrounds.
Respond to requests and inquiries for information regarding district policies and procedures.
Collect and tabulate information and data.
Prepare and maintain accurate and complete records.
Prepare clear and concise reports.
Work effectively and efficiently under pressure with constant interruptions.
Plan and organize work to meet schedules and deadlines.
Independently compose correspondence and memoranda.
Work independently in the absence of supervision.
Exercise good judgment, flexibility, creativity and sensitivity in response to changing situations and needs.
Communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing.
Establish, maintain and foster positive and harmonious working relationships with those contacted in the course of work.
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