CITY OF SAN LUIS, AZ
San Luis, Arizona, United States
ABOUT THE POSITION YOUR FUTURE START HERE! As the Maintenance Specialist with Highway Users, you will: Maintain and repair streets, grounds, and facilities using hand and power tools, equipment, machinery, and vehicles. Clean, repair (seals cracks/chips and applies asphalt/gravel), and maintains City streets, storm drains, and catch basins. Fabricate, install, maintain, and replace directional and traffic signs, sidewalks, curbs, and gutters using heavy equipment and materials. Establish traffic control safety procedures at work sites as per MUTCD (Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices) standards; Perform finisher concrete work including footings, finishing, forming, ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) street/sidewalk accesses, etc. Operate backhoes, dump trucks, bobcat, and other equipment as required. Perform basic building construction, maintenance, and repair tasks (remodeling, framing, sheetrock installation, roofing, stucco, painting, basic plumbing/electrical work, etc.). Performs operator-level inspection, servicing, fueling, and maintenance (including washing) of assigned tools, equipment, and vehicles. Respond to requests from City departments for assistance as needed. Oversee community service workers and coordinate activities. Monitor grounds during special events to insure protection of system. Perform related duties as assigned. IDEAL CANDIDATE Will have the ability to: Operate hand and power tools and construction equipment for construction/maintenance/repair. Perform manual labor tasks, which may include heavy lifting. Understand and follow oral and written instructions. Follow established safety procedures in the performance of duties. Perform operator-level servicing and maintenance of assigned vehicles, tools, and equipment. Establish and maintain effective working relationships with others and interact with the public. Repair equipment with accuracy and speed. Will possess k nowledge of: Street, grounds, and building maintenance/repair. The operation of construction equipment and various hand and power tools. Service, maintenance, and repair of tools, vehicles, and equipment. Codes and standards applicable to signage, striping, road, and building construction. Occupational hazards and safety procedures. Working knowledge of light and some heavy equipment operation principles, practices, and procedures; working knowledge of the hazards and safety precautions common to the position; and minor equipment maintenance and repair functions. MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS REQUIRED: Residency in the United States and within 25 miles of the City of San Luis, Arizona Understand and follow oral and written instructions in English. Education, Training, and Experience: A high school diploma or GED equivalent Three (3) year full-time journey-level equipment operation, construction, and/or road repair/maintenance work. License and Certification: must be maintained throughout employment. A valid driver's license must be present at the appointment Certified Control Technician certification within one (1) year of employment DESIRED/PREFERRED: Arizona Commercial Driver’s License with Tanker Endorsement (Class B or Class A) Bilingual in Spanish. SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION - OPEN UNTIL FILLED - The City of San Luis is committed to Professional Growth and Career Development Applications will be reviewed weekly. Candidates deemed to have the most relevant backgrounds will be invited to participate in the interview/assessme nt process. Current employees may be given preferred consideration if they meet the position's minimum requirements. The City of San Luis offers the following benefits to all full-time City employees: MEDICAL/ DENTAL/ VISION INSURANCE - The City of San Luis is proud to provide medical, dental and vision insurance for it's employees which is administered by 90Degree Benefits. Dependent premiums are paid one month in advance and are pre-taxed. Additional information regarding medical, dental and vision benefits may be requested from the Human Resources Department. ARIZONA STATE RETIREMENT SYSTEM (ASRS) - City employees are required to enroll in the Arizona State Retirement System. Employee Contribution - 12.03% Employer Contribution - 12.03% ARIZONA STATE RETIREMENT SYSTEM (ASRS) - LONG TERM DISABILITY (LTD) Employee Contribution - .014% Employer Contribution - .014% SOCIAL SECURITY AND MEDICARE- FICA (Social Security Tax) - Employee Contribution - 6.20% Medicare - Employee Contribution - 1.4500%. PAID TIME OFF (PTO) - Vacation Leave Accruals (Based on years of service and accrued on bi-weekly basis) Less than 6 years - 3.08 hrs. 6 - 11 years - 4.62 hrs. 11 years or more- 6.16 hrs. Sick Leave - 3.69 hrs. LIFE INSURANCE - The City provides eligible employees with a Life Insurance and Accidental Death and Dismemberment (AD&D) benefit. This plan is administered by Standard. Basic Life Benefit - $50,000.00 AD&D Benefit - $50,000.00 DISABILITY INSURANCE - Disability insurance is available to all employees who work 30 or more hours per week. Short-Term Disability - Coverage begins on the 15th day of injury or sickness. Duration of Benefits - 180 days Benefits Percentage- 66.67% Waiting Period - 14 days Maximum Weekly Benefit: $2,000.00 WORKER'S COMP - Insurance coverage for medical expenses and loss of income due to an on-the-job injury is provided by the City of San Luis for all employees. Closing Date/Time: 3/29/2024 8:24 AM Arizona
MOHAVE COUNTY, AZ
Kingman, AZ, United States
Job Summary Mohave County Development Services is currently recruiting for an Engineering Technician in the Flood Division. Depending on qualification, may fill position as: Engineering Technician Range 13, Steps 1-18: $20.48 - $33.85 Engineering Technician Senior Range 14, Steps 1-18: $21.50 - $35.55 Engineering Technician Specialist Range 16, Steps 1-18:$23.71 - $39.17 To review specific job qualifications and details, please click on the appropriate link(s) above. Below is the job functions for Engineering Technician; This is the journey level class in the Engineering Technician Series. An employee of this class is responsible for assisting the professional development service engineers in the planning, design and evaluation of civil engineering projects and in applying technical drafting techniques to the preparation of engineering and architectural drawings. Appointment to this level requires that the incumbent possesses previous technical civil engineering experience to perform the full range of duties and meets the qualification standards for the class REPORTS TO Work to be performed under direction of a higher level of authority. SUPERVISION EXERCISED None. Essential Job Functions An employee in this class series may receive work assignments in As Assigned-General or in a work specialty area notated in As Assigned- Flood Control , As Assigned - GIS, As Assigned - ALERT Flood Warning System (AFWS), or As Assigned- Field Inspection. If an employee is assigned to either the Flood Control or Field Inspection work specialty areas, the employee may perform many, or all, of the technician functions listed in As Assigned - General in the accomplishment of assignments. As assigned - General: Prepares drawings, designs, plans and plats of civil engineering and surveying projects. Drafts plans for roads, rights-of-way, structures and related construction projects. Prepares and drafts as-built plans for completed projects. Calculates dimensions, grades, areas and quantities of materials. Reviews and checks information from survey notes to include checking land boundary survey calculations. Utilizes standard specifications to determine loading, clearance, safe speed limits, safe passing distances, Sight distances, and other highway engineering data. Reviews subdivision improvement plans, minor land divisions, plats, and drainage reports as to their compliance to regulations. Provides technical assistance to less experienced personnel as required. Prepares reports and estimates for of quantities of material needed for civil engineering projects. Performs traffic studies and traffic counts. Inspects construction sites. Maintains a road inventory and road inspection database. Performs related work as required. As assigned - Flood Control: Prepares and monitors property floodplain information reports, floodplain use permits, elevation certificates, and any other documentation required for floodplain management. Prepares and monitors floodplain use permits. Reviews proposed building permits for floodplain requirements. Processes permit data in computerized system in coordination with other departments. Updates and researches databases. Answers questions regarding floodplain issues. Assists with investigation of complaints of floodplain regulation violations. Using standardized reporting formats, develops and prepares draft submittals for review by Flood Control Supervisors or Managers to FEMA, Army Corp of Engineers, Arizona Department of Water Resources, and other Federal, State and local jurisdictions for Flood Control projects. Files and maintains records. Performs related work as required. As assigned - GIS: Provides technical and administrative assistance for the Flood GIS program. Operates GIS equipment, software, data, and products. Assists in the design, development and creation of databases, maps, and other related projects. Maintains data related to the County GIS Map Server, provides supportive mapping data and analysis upon request. Plots data to meet users’ requirements for various kinds of displays, following established guidelines and instructions. Prepares and maintains digital and hard copy versions of data histories (metadata) and data dictionaries that explain and document the nature, contents, and evaluation of information source of the GIS database. Maintains GIS files and related databases and ensures all files are organized and properly distributed for effective and efficient protection, access, and use. Performs floodplain permit work as required. As assigned - Alert Flood Warning Systems (AFWS): May include some of the above General, Floodplain, Field Inspection, and/or GIS Essential Functions and all of the following: Installs, maintains, and repairs automated ALERT Flood Warning systems, programmable Store and Forward Repeaters, ALERT/ALERT2 Data Decoders and Data Receivers. Calibrates meteorological and hydrological sensors including rain gauges and pressure transducers. Maintains and repairs wireless, solar-powered weather cameras including wireless Ethernet and cellular data connections. Repairs, assembles and replaces radio antenna equipment from elevated heights (towers and ladders). Climb ladders and work from elevated heights up to fifty (50) feet. Walk across varying terrain. As assigned- Field Inspection: Inspects contracted construction projects at various phases of work-in-process and upon completion to ensure compliance with the various specifications, standards, approved plans and contract. Issues notices and orders-to-comply to contractors and others working in County-owned Rights-of-Way to ensure compliance with guidelines outlined in County Specifications and County Details. Inspects work sites and ensures safe and proper barricading, traffic control and other potential hazards such as proper signing for heavy equipment use. Meets with contractors and others to discuss deficiencies and possible corrections and respond to inquiries of construction activities involved in contracted projects and rights-of-way. Investigates complaints and notifies higher level of authority of the results of the investigation to determine the outcome of complaint. Refers more difficult, unusual situations to higher level of authority. Maintains logs and diaries documenting the contractor's work, inspection activities and other related data. Prepares reports and correspondence as required. Performs standard tests on soil, asphalt, concrete, plastic, liquids, and other materials as necessary to d determine such items as compaction, moisture, density, and limits. Performs computations such as: computing aggregate, quantities of materials used and results of soil and compaction tests. Sets traffic counters to track traffic. Assists in surveying activities with survey crews. Performs related work as required. Communicates and acts in a professional manner with the public, co-workers, and work contacts. SECONDARY JOB FUNCTIONS Performs related work as required. Performs special assignments as requested. Exercise regular and predictable attendance and punctuality in accordance with Mohave County Personnel Policies and Procedures. Minimum Qualifications High School diploma/GED (General Education Degree). General: Three (3) or more years of technical civil engineering experience; high school level courses in algebra, geometry and trigonometry preferably supplemented by college level course work or training in civil engineering principles and techniques Flood Control : One (1) or more years of floodplain management experience; high school level courses in algebra, geometry and trigonometry preferably supplemented by college level course work or training in floodplain management principles and techniques. Field Inspection: Three (3) or more years of technical civil engineering experience with at least one year of soil and material testing experience; high school level courses in algebra, geometry and trigonometry preferably supplemented by college level course work or training in civil engineering principles and techniques. Alert Flood Warning Systems (AFWS): One (1) or more year of experience in ALERT Flood Warning system planning, implementing, and maintaining system components; high school level courses in algebra, geometry and trigonometry preferably supplemented by college level course work or training in civil engineering principles and techniques. OR an equivalent combination of experience, education and training may be considered in meeting the minimum qualifications. SPECIAL JOB REQUIREMENT Willingness to participate in continuing education, certification programs and other job-related seminars. Provide acceptable driving history at no cost to the County. Must possess a valid driver’s license for operation of motor vehicles on Arizona roads at the start of employment and maintain said license while employed in this position. Knowledge, Skills & Abilities Knowledge of: The theory and practice of civil engineering planning, design, construction and surveying. Interpreting and utilizing engineering plans, maps, and specifications. The application of engineering theory to complex field and office problems. Investigation and inspection methods including soils, materials and equipment testing and data collection and reporting. Computer applications pertaining to civil engineering. Field survey and engineering methods and techniques. Construction techniques and quality control procedures. Drafting principles. Survey instruments and equipment used in surveying. Land and construction survey methods and procedures. Floodplain regulations and knowledge of hydrology. Construction safety practices and traffic control involved in construction projects within the county rights-of-way. Mathematics to include basic algebraic, geometric, and trigonometric formulas applicable to the work performed. Civil engineering and survey terminology and descriptive materials including maps, plats, drawings, and specifications. Specification and County guidelines pertaining to improvements in rights-of-way and related projects. Department policies, rules, and procedures Mohave County Personnel Policies and Procedures, and Department Regulations. As assigned - Alert Flood Warning System (AFWS): Basic record keeping principles and practices Basic uses for multimeter. Simple DC circuits. Principles and practices involved in troubleshooting of radio and other electronic equipment in order to identify and correct problems. Skill in: The use of surveying and drawing instruments in the application of engineering theory to practical field and office problems. Safe, efficient use of measuring and testing aids, tools and equipment utilized during field inspections. Preparation of reports and checking designs, details, estimates, plans and specifications of engineering projects. Utilizing microcomputer systems and applications in the performance of work assignments, such as computer aided design, drafting, electronic spreadsheets, word processing, databases, project management and graphics. Communicating and maintaining professionalism with the public, co-workers, and work contacts. As assigned - Alert Flood Warning System (AFWS): Performing the installation, maintenance, and operation off field equipment and real-time environmental data acquisition and control software driven servers and base station, conducting research and data collection for environmental and related studies. Preparing clear and concise reports, correspondence, and other written materials. Using initiative and judgement within established procedural guidelines. Organizing work and meeting critical deadlines. Contributing effectively to the accomplishment of team or work unit goals, objective and activities Ability to: Efficiently organize workload and schedule. Interpret and apply technical information encountered in the performance of responsibilities to include maps, specifications, guidelines, permits, plans, blueprints, and diagrams. Detect discrepancies in plans, specifications, materials, methods, and construction and installation process and implement corrective actions. Perform field tests and determine appropriate results. Make accurate and detailed observations. Follow written and verbal instructions. Communicate effectively verbally and in writing. Maintain accurate, up-to-date records. Perform algebraic, geometric, and trigonometric calculations. Establish and maintain effective working relationships with coworkers, personnel of other County Departments, private surveyors, contractors, and the general public. Fulfill all physical requirements of the class. Comply with Mohave County Personnel Policies and Procedures, and Department Regulations. Perform the essential functions of the job specifications with or without a reasonable accommodation.