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Detail ACCOUNTANT PROFESSIONAL/TECHNICAL Under general supervision, performs journey-level professional accounting and fiscal work in the field of governmental accounting and may supervise clerical accounting staff. Performs difficult and complex statistical and finance work which requires professional training and experience. Oversees the maintenance of fiscal records, including cost records for a complex operation; maintains budget appropriation accounts; analyzes expenditures and revenues; and prepares periodic financial statements and reports. May supervise clerical accounting personnel.
Detail ACCOUNT CLERK ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT Under immediate supervision, performs a variety of semi-skilled accounting and routine clerical work involved in maintaining financial statistical records. Performs routine clerical accounting operations such as preparing journal vouchers and accounts payable vouchers; codes invoices or vouchers according to predetermined accounting distribution codes; prepares bank deposits and reconciles bank accounts; posts and balances subsidiary ledgers controlled by general ledgers; tabulates and checks details necessary to preparation of reports, etc. May perform cashiering duties incidental to primary assignments. Supervision is received from someone who is more familiar with accounting and bookkeeping practices and techniques.
Detail ACCOUNTING MANAGER MANAGEMENT Under administrative direction of the Finance Director or senior financial management position, plans, manages, and controls the agency?s general accounting functions as part of a division or section, including many or all of the following functions: general ledger accounting, budgeting, internal auditing, fund accounting, accounts payable, accounts receivable, billing, payroll, and related accounting services. Supervises professional and/or technical accounting staff. Prepares a variety of statutory and internal accounting reports. Coordinates internal and external audits to ensure conformance with internal accounting procedures.
Detail ACCOUNTING SUPERVISOR PROFESSIONAL/TECHNICAL Under general supervision of an accounting manager or equivalent position, organizes, coordinates, and supervises the work of accounting technical and clerical accounting personnel as part of a work group or section, typically including one or more of the following functions: accounts payable, accounts receivable, billing, and payroll. Schedules assignments, approves absences, explains procedures, checks work, and handles difficult customer complaints and accounting problems. Participates in performance appraisals involving staff. May prepare specialized accounting reports and assist accounting management with subsidiary and technical accounting duties.
Detail ACCOUNTING TECHNICIAN ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT Under general supervision, performs a variety of technical accounting functions in the preparation and maintenance of complex accounting and financial records. Supports professional accounting staff or supervisory or managerial staff within the Finance Department or other assigned department. Prepares reports and spreadsheets related to the General Fund, special funds, utilities, and other types of accounts, including deposits, expenses, and billing functions. Balances, updates, and reconciles transactions to subsidiary ledgers or to the General Ledger. May perform some payroll accounting functions as part of work assignments.
Detail ADMINISTRATIVE INTERN - P/T PROFESSIONAL/TECHNICAL Performs administrative work which includes development and analysis of projects, programs, surveys, reports and preparation of completed staff reports; may assist in the recruitment and selection of City employees and on general administrative work. May perform budget research and analysis.
Detail ANIMAL CARE SUPERVISOR OPERATIONS/MAINTENANCE Under general supervision of an Animal Care Manager or law enforcement managemen t position, organizes, coordinates, and supervises the work of animal service personnel as part of a work group, shift or section, including many if not all of the following areas: animal licensing, adoption, spaying, field enforcement, feeding and maintenance, and records management. Coordinates medical care with veterinary technical, professional and contract personnel during assigned work time. Schedules assignments, approves absences, explains procedures, checks work, and handles public complaints and problems. Participates in performance appraisals involving staff, and prepares related records or reports.
Detail ANIMAL SERVICES OFFICER OPERATIONS/MAINTENANCE Enforces laws regulating the possession, ownership, and control of animals within the City. Provides field observations and enforcement of animal regulations; investigate s complaints involving animals; captures and impounds unlicensed, stray, and uncontrolled animals; picks up sick or dead animals; provides aid to injured animals; transports animals to the animal shelter or veterinary hospital; determines methods and places of quarantine; confiscates illegal traps; sets traps and relocates wild animals; prepares reports and maintains records, logs and files; performs animal permit inspections on pet establishme n ts and businesses.
Detail APPLICATIONS PROGRAMMER PROFESSIONAL/TECHNICAL Under general supervision of supervisory or middle management information technology position, works from basic systems designs and specifications and uses standard procedures and techniques to develop or modify applications programs of moderate complexity and scope for one or more departments. Prepares flow charts, writes instructions, and documents and debugs software problems. Has some interactions with department users in creating an understanding of user needs and program applications. May assist higher-level programmers and management level information technology staff in the development of more complex applications programs.
Detail ASSISTANT CITY ENGINEER MANAGEMENT Division head in charge of all city engineering functions. Supervises the work of other professional engineers. Coordinates engineering activities with other divisions, departments, outside agencies, and contractors/consultants; and provides highly complex staff assistance to the Public Works Director or Community Development Director. May be designated as the City Engineer.
Detail ASSISTANT CITY MANAGER MANAGEMENT The top administrative position to the City Manager. Position has full range of the City Manager's duties in the Manager's absence. May have responsibility over line operations. May be a department head responsible for one or more administrative functions.
Detail ASSISTANT ENGINEER PROFESSIONAL/TECHNICAL This is the entry-level classification in the professional Engineering job series. Incumbents work under close to moderate supervision and perform the more routine professional and technical civil engineering work. Duties include performing work in the development, design, construction and maintenance of structures and facilities, including streets, bridges, pipelines, power plants, water and sewer systems, flood control channels, dams, etc. Assists in engineering design work involving the preparation of plans, specifications, and cost estimates for projects.
Detail ASSISTANT PLANNER PROFESSIONAL/TECHNICAL This is an experienced entry-level professional position in the planning series. This normally is considered the second-level professional position in a large department or the experienced entry-level professional position in a small department. Assignments usually involve a variety of field and office work in the compilati on, analysis, and presentation of planning and zoning problems; compiles information for the master plan; notes neighborhood characteristics, circulatio n patterns and problem areas; prepares recommendations for review by higher-leve l planners; does some graphic representation and drafting; may supervise lower-level professional and technical employees.
Detail ASSISTANT TO THE CITY MANAGER PROFESSIONAL/TECHNICAL Under general supervision, assists the City Manager or the City Manager’s Office in performing a variety of complex staff analyses and studies; plans, coordinates, and administers assigned programs and services; may initiate and sustain relationships with civic organizations, community groups, and other public agencies and coordinate special events.
Detail ASSOCIATE ENGINEER PROFESSIONAL/TECHNICAL This is the full journey-level classification in the professional civil engineering job series. Incumbents perform the full range of job duties under minimal supervision. Duties include performing work in the development, design, construction, and maintenance of structures and facilities, including streets, bridges, pipelines, power plants, water and sewer systems, flood control channels, dams, etc. Performs engineering design work involving the preparation of plans, specifica t ions, and cost estimates for projects of moderate complexity; may direct and check the work of entry-level engineers and/or sub-professional employees.
Detail ASSOCIATE PLANNER PROFESSIONAL/TECHNICAL Under general supervision, performs intermediate or journey-level professional work in complex areas of current planning and advanced planning, and assists higher-level professional and management staff. May exercise functional or technical supervision over Planning Interns, Planning Technicians, Assistant Planners, or support staff.
Detail BUILDING/FACILITIES MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN OPERATIONS/MAINTENANCE Under general supervision, performs intermediate or journey-level skilled and semi-skilled tasks in the installation, maintenance, and repair of agency buildings, facilities, and equipment. Performs a wide variety of maintenance and repair tasks; performs preventative maintenance duties and identifies parts, tools and other service needs; uses hand and power tools; installs and removes a variety of equipment; troubleshoots maintenance problems involving electrical, structural, plumbing and equipment repair or replacement; repairs railings, fences, fixtures, roofs, walls and related structures; Performs rough painting, routine plumbing and electrical repairs, and plastering and construction tasks; responds to emergency calls for service on a call-out basis and works outside normal working hours as needed.
Detail BUILDING INSPECTOR PROFESSIONAL/TECHNICAL Performs skilled inspection work to enforce the building code and regulations governing building construction, improvement, repair and use. May have additional duties enforcing related codes such as electrical, plumbing and mechanical. Has both office and/or field assignments. May issue construction and occupancy permits and may collect fees.
Detail BUILDING OFFICIAL MANAGEMENT Division head in charge of one or more functional areas including: 1) building permits; 2) plan check; 3) building and safety activities. May also oversee code enforcement functions. Reports to a department director such as the Community Development or Public Works Director.
Detail BUILDING PERMIT TECHNICIAN PROFESSIONAL/TECHNICAL Under general supervision, reviews permit applications, plans, and documents for completeness, accuracy and conformity with uniform building codes, agency requirements, and local development standards. Calculates and accepts fees, logs documents, and updates records. Responds to complaints and explains review procedures.
Detail BUS OPERATOR OPERATIONS/MAINTENANCE Under general supervision, operates bus along pre-determined routes, stopping to pick-up and discharge passengers, including those requiring assistance. Accepts fares and transfers. Provides directions and explains rules. Conducts safety inspections of vehicles and attends training classes. Prepares incident records, cash logs, and activity records, as needed.
Detail BUYER PROFESSIONAL/TECHNICAL Performs a variety of activities related to centralized purchasing such as canvassing prices, abstracting bids, and buying standard supplies and materials. In a central purchasing office and following established procedures with limitations as to dollar value and type of items, purchases materials, supplies and equipment for use rather than for resale according to specificati o ns which vary from standard to complex. Obtains and analyzes bids, investigates reliability of vendors, makes recommend ations and awards (within legal requirements), and drafts purchase agreements. Negotiates service contracts and manages compliance for the extent of the contract. Maintains records of vendors and various other detailed purchasing records; may supervise clerical employees.
Detail CAFETERIA MANAGER HEALTH/FOOD SERVICES Under general supervision, reviews menu and plans and prepares items that are part of planned meals. Cooks, bakes, and prepares a wide variety of hot and cold dishes to be served. Monitors temperature of food to comply with quality and safety standards and samples prepared food as needed to assure that it has been properly prepared. Keeps count of food supplies and requests replacement items. Cleans and maintains cooking equipment and work areas and assists with food service as required. May supervise food service workers and helpers.
Detail CAREER GUIDANCE TECHNICIAN EDUCATIONAL SERVICES Under general supervision, coordinates career center or guidance services at a high school or community college. Assists students in the use of career center resources, tests, and job search techniques. Coordinates career fairs, and college recruiter presentations, and informs students of career center activities, presentations, and events. Tracks and updates information related to occupational opportunities. Distributes and assists students with college and financial applications and scholarships. Consults with counselors and faculty regarding career education functions. May supervise student aides.
Detail CITY ATTORNEY MANAGEMENT This is the full time position responsible for providing legal advice to the City Council, City Manager, and City staff. Oversees all agency legal contracts, consulting, and litigation activities. Supervises in-house legal staff and/or contracted legal counsel.
Detail CITY CLERK MANAGEMENT Serves the City Council and City Manager performing a variety of state mandated duties, conducting elections, acting as custodian of the official seal and city records and running the day-to-day operations of the City Clerk's Office; disseminates information to the citizens and serves as the main communication point between the citizens and the City Council; acts as the principle link between the City Council, City Manager and the City staff in the preparation of official agendas, documents, minutes, and other administrative legal functions.
Detail CITY ENGINEER/DIR OF ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT Department head with responsibility for all engineering functions such as engineering design, construction, inspection and engineering projects. Typically serves in the capacity of the agency’s City Engineer or District Engineer for all engineering operations, including private development review, public works and capital improvement projects, and engineering contracts management. Typically provides direction to other professional and contract engineering positions.
Detail CITY MANAGER MANAGEMENT Performs professional and highly complex administrative duties in the overall operations of the City; advises and assists the City Council; represents the City's interests with other levels and agencies of government, business interests, and the City at large.
Detail CODE ENFORCEMENT OFFICER PROFESSIONAL/TECHNICAL Performs a variety of inspection and municipal code enforcement duties with particular emphasis in achieving compliance with all provisions of the zoning ordinance, City Code and business license code. Receives and reviews complaints from citizens regarding violations of the City Code; contacts persons or businesses to achieve code violation compliance; makes physical field inspections to ascertain if a violation has occurred or compliance has been achieved; prepares and coordinates complaints through the City Attorney's office; may attend court on behalf of the City.
Detail COMMUNITY SERVICES LEADER - P/T OPERATIONS/MAINTENANCE Assists in the supervision of facilities, programs, equipment and special events. Specific duties will vary with facility or primary activities. General duties will be to assist in program development and implementation, assist in preparation and supervision of facility and amenities for patron use, assist in program/facility cleanup, and prepare paperwork and reports directly related to program development and facility operation. Also, the ability to communicate and interact with the general public, community groups, staff, and supervisors is required.
Detail COMMUNITY SERVICES OFFICER (NON-SWORN) PUBLIC SAFETY This is a non-sworn position. Performs police related activities such as report writing, property and evidence processing, accident investigations, crime prevention and community relations activities. Performs a wide range of police-related activities, such as making security inspections of property, report writing and community relations activities. Work may involve responsibilities associated with criminal investigations, accident investigation, traffic control, and receipt and processing of property and evidence.
Detail COMMUNITY SERVICES/RECREATION COORDINATOR PROFESSIONAL/TECHNICAL Under general supervision, plans, organizes, and coordinates one or more recreation programs and/or facilities, such as aquatics, youth and adult sports, summer programs, special interest classes, and community events; operates recreation and sports facilities, including swimming pool and recreation centers; provides administrative support and program assistance to the Community Services/Recreation Supervisor.
Detail COMMUNITY SERVICES SUPERVISOR OPERATIONS/MAINTENANCE This is a full-time professional community services position responsible for City recreation, cultural arts, youth, and senior programs. Supervises planning, developing, and promotion of City recreation, cultural arts, fine arts, youth and senior programs. Supervises community services leaders and has considerable latitude of independent judgment and action.
Detail COMMUNITY SERVICES SUPT/RECREATION MANAGER MANAGEMENT Division head in charge of various community services or human services functions such as parks, recreation, sports complexes, social services, museums, arts and specialty classes lakes, playgrounds, and/or equestrian facilities and other programs geared to different user groups. Top administrative position to the department head; may act in his/her absence.
Detail COOK HEALTH/FOOD SERVICES Under general supervision, reviews menu and plans and prepares items that are part of planned meals. Cooks, bakes, and prepares a wide variety of hot and cold dishes to be served. Monitors temperature of food to comply with quality and safety standards and samples prepared food as needed to assure that it has been properly prepared. Keeps count of food supplies and requests replacement items. Cleans and maintains cooking equipment and work areas and assists with food service as required. May supervise food service workers and helpers.
Detail COUNCIL/BOARD MEMBER ELECTED OFFICIALS Serve as elected representative for agency for established terms of office. Research policy matters, evaluate issues, and consider constituent interests and recommendations of commissions and committees. Provide supporting and opposing arguments and seek clarification of statutes, precedents, and legal and financial impacts. Attend meetings, review agenda items, and formulate and vote on action items. May serve on commissions, authorities, and special committees.
Detail CREDENTIALS TECHNICIAN EDUCATIONAL SERVICES Under general supervision, contacts and tracks qualified substitute teachers to fill daily and longer-term substitute teaching needs. Assists with recruitment for regular assignments by assuring that certificated personnel have provided valid and appropriate credentials for assigned placements. Reviews college transcripts for applicants and current employees to verify appropriate salary schedule placement and eligibility for certification pay. May provide assistance with recruiting functions and serve as liaison for the District, other districts, and the Department of Education given outreach and research activities.
Detail CROSSING GUARD - P/T PUBLIC SAFETY Assists children safely across heavily traveled intersections. Works with public safety staff in identifying and eliminating hazards around the school assigned.
Detail CUSTODIAN OPERATIONS/MAINTENANCE Under general supervision, performs routine duties in the cleaning of public buildings and facilities. Performs routine manual labor in an assigned office or building space in cleaning, sweeping, mopping, polishing, dusting, and otherwise maintaining floors, walls, furniture, and toilet room fixtures; operates mechanical floor cleaners and polishers.
Detail CUSTOMER SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT Under general supervision of a customer service, utility services, or community services supervisor or management position, frequently interfaces with customers who are paying utility bills, class registration fees, or related fee-based services provided by the agency. Reviews account records, verifies account balances, determines minimum payments due, and adjusts account balances to show payments received. May use cash register or accept credit card transactions. Explains policies and procedures.
Detail CUSTOMER SERVICE SUPERVISOR OPERATIONS/MAINTENANCE Under general supervision of a utilities manager, customer service manager or accounting manager, organizes, coordinates, and supervises the work of customer service personnel as part of a work group or section. Schedules assignments, approves absences, explains procedures, checks work, and handles difficult customer complaints and billing software problems. Participates in performance appraisals involving staff, and prepares related records or reports.
Detail DEPUTY CITY CLERK ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT Under general supervision of the City Clerk or management classification, performs complex, highly responsible and confidential office and administrative support duties in the City Clerk?s Office. Answers inquiries and provides copies of records to City staff and the public given public records requests and legislative research. May provide notary support.
Detail DETENTION OFFICER/JAILER PUBLIC SAFETY Under general supervision, receives, searches, books, and processes persons into custody with a jail/detention facility; assigns prisoners to cells and issues supplies; cooks and serves meals; continues to monitor health and safety of detainees; completes jail records and reports; transports prisoners to Court or other detention facilities, as needed.
Detail DIRECTOR OF ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES MANAGEMENT Reports directly to City Manager; may act as a super department head responsib le for two or more City departments or divisions such as Finance, Personnel, and MIS. Provides highly responsible and complex administrative support to the City Manager.
Detail DIRECTOR OF COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT MANAGEMENT A department head with responsibility over at least two of the following functional areas: Planning, Building & Safety, Redevelopment, Code enforcement
Detail DIRECTOR OF COMMUNITY SERVICES MANAGEMENT Department head with responsibility for at least two of the following functional areas: (excludes libraries) sports/recreation, parks/playgrounds, golf course, social services, arts and cultural, human services .
Detail DIRECTOR OF ENGINEERING/PUBLIC WORKS MANAGEMENT Department head with responsibility for all engineering and public works functions for the organization such as engineering design, construction, inspection as well as public works functions such as building, facilities, and fleet maintenance, and parks, sanitation and streets maintenance. Typically serves in the capacity of the agency’s City Engineer or District Engineer for all engineering operations, including private development review, public works and capital improvement projects, and engineering contracts management.
Detail DIRECTOR OF FIELD OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT Under general direction of the General Manager or Assistant General Manager, plans, directs and oversees all field water, wastewater, and maintenance operations. Establishes and manages departmental budget, staffing plans, capital developmen t, and preventative maintenance plans. Works closely with other major department directors and typically serves as a member of the Executive Management Team.
Detail DIRECTOR OF FINANCE MANAGEMENT Department head with responsibility for at least two of the following functional areas: Accounting, Purchasing/Warehousing, Information Systems, Treasury, Business License, and/or Accounts Payable/Receivable.
Detail DIRECTOR OF HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT Responsibility for complete personnel functions of an agency including at least two of the following functional areas: Labor relations, Workers compensat ion, Benefit administration, Training & Development, and/or Job Training Programs.
Detail DIRECTOR OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT As a department head position, plans, develops, directs, and coordinates overall computer, electronic data processing, and information technology services provided to the agency. This is the highest-level position in the organization having responsibility for Information Technology programs and services, including systems design, software programming and applications, networking, server and security administration, computer operations, administration, analysis, and vendor and contractor relations. May direct the provision of GIS services and telecommunications services as well as business enterprise and database computer applications. Typically supervises professional and technical staff.
Detail DIRECTOR OF PLANNING MANAGEMENT As a department head position, plans, develops, directs and coordinates a comprehensive planning and zoning program, which may include code enforcemen t. Supervises and reviews the work of subordinates. Serves as Executive Officer to Planning Commission.
Detail DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC WORKS MANAGEMENT Department head with responsibility for at least three or more of the following functional areas: building and facilities maintenance, streets maintenance, sanitation maintenance, fleet and equipment maintenance.
Detail ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT / REDEVELOPMENT MANAGER MANAGEMENT Division Head position reporting to a department director. Plans, prepares, implements, and monitors economic development strategies to attract, retain and expand business opportunities in the agency; plans, prepares, implements and monitors programs and activities of the City's Redevelopment Agency.
Detail ELECTRICIAN/ELECTRICAL TECHNICIAN OPERATIONS/MAINTENANCE Under general supervision of a lead or supervisory trades/maintenance position, installs, maintains, trouble-shoots, repairs, and replaces electrical services, such as switches, outlets, wiring, breakers, circuitry, and other electrical and electronic components. Tests materials for proper connectivity and reads diagrams, blueprints and specifications to complete assignments. May maintain street lighting and traffic signals.
Detail ENGINEERING TECHNICIAN PROFESSIONAL/TECHNICAL Under general supervision, performs highly skilled Computer-Aided Design and Drafting and sub-professional engineering work. Performs journey-level engineering CADD work in accurate drawings from detailed field survey notes or preliminary sketches to comply with specified dimensions; calculates distances, ties, angles, areas, stations, traverses and crossings; lays out drawings; makes corrections to tract maps. May include surveying and inspection. Performs drafting using computer-aided design and drafting software. Prepares visual aids for public presentations. May work at a public counter interpreting and explaining code, permit, and statute requirements, engineering specifications and other related municipal, state and federal regulations to construction contractors, architect s, builders, property owners, and the general public.
Detail ENVIRONMENTAL COMPLIANCE SPECIALIST PROFESSIONAL/TECHNICAL Under general supervision, assists with the development and implementation of a comprehensive agency-wide Storm Water Pollution Prevention Program, designed to ensure compliance with the agency's National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit for storm water discharge and Storm Water Pollution Prevention Program; assists with other administrative aspects of the NPDES permit program; responds to and keeps records of reports of NPDES permit violations; performs plan checks, conducts field inspections, issues citations, enforces codes, and writes reports.
Detail EQUIPMENT MECHANIC OPERATIONS/MAINTENANCE Performs journey-level work in repairing and overhauling gasoline and diesel-pow ered automobiles, trucks, and various other light and medium sized equipment. May repair heavy equipment where complexity of specific job is consistent with other duties performed. Diagnoses causes for faulty operations; makes repairs to all components of equipment including engine, power train, electrical system, brakes, etc.; replaces and grinds valves; rebuilds generators, carburetors, and distributors; relines brakes and rebuilds wheel cylinders and master cylinders
Detail EQUIPMENT OPERATOR OPERATIONS/MAINTENANCE Operates heavy construction and maintenance equipment in a variety of maintenanc e activities including asphalt, concrete, park maintenance and utility work; and performs semi-skilled maintenance tasks. Employees within this class perform the full range of duties as assigned including the operation of the most difficult and complex heavy equipment such as backhoes, front-end loaders, grader, roller, etc. Employees at this level receive only occasional instruction or assistance as new or unusual situations arise.
Detail FIRE BATTALION CHIEF PUBLIC SAFETY Supervises and coordinates fire suppression and rescue operations and fire prevention, inspection, in-service training, maintenance, etc., Oversees activities of a number of fire companies in an assigned sector or an assigned shift; responds to all structural fire alarms and to major emergencies and directs fire suppression/rescue operations unless or until relieved by superior officer; makes periodic inspections of personnel and general condition of assigned stations, apparatus, and equipment. May be assigned to plan, organize, and direct a department-wide program of fire prevention, safety inspection, and arson investigation (fire marshal) or the in-service training activities (training officer).
Detail FIRE CAPTAIN PUBLIC SAFETY Takes charge of a fire station and equipment during an assigned shift; supervise s fire crews until arrival of a senior officer; assists in training personnel by conducting classes; prepares reports and recommendations; prepares evaluatio n on lower-level classifications.
Detail FIRE CHIEF PUBLIC SAFETY A department head with responsibility over all city-sworn and non-sworn personnel in fire operations.
Detail FIRE DIVISION CHIEF PUBLIC SAFETY Typically reporting to the Fire Chief or Deputy Fire Chief, serves as manager to one of the divisions of the Fire Department, such as Fire Suppression, Fire Prevention, Emergency Medical Services (EMS) and General Administration. Also, may serve as commander of a fire suppression shift, supervising a number of fire companies through the Fire Captains; may serve as acting Fire Chief in the absence of the Chief.
Detail FIRE ENGINEER (APPARATUS OPERATOR) PUBLIC SAFETY Drives and operates fire-pumping apparatus, such as engines, ladder trucks, and snorkel trucks. Inspects apparatus and performs maintenance and minor repair work. Performs related work as required.
Detail FIREFIGHTER PUBLIC SAFETY Engages directly in preventing and extinguishing fires and saving lives and property; maintains fire equipment and apparatus and fire station premises; makes inspections of buildings to assure compliance with fire prevention ordinances.
Detail FIREFIGHTER/PARAMEDIC PUBLIC SAFETY Under general supervision, provides basic and advanced life support services to ill and injured persons in accordance with the EMT standards and department policies; performs general duty firefighting and fire prevention activities; and performs other work as assigned.
Detail FIRE PREVENTION SPECIALIST PUBLIC SAFETY Performs a variety of technical duties related to Fire Code interpretation and enforcement; inspection and testing of extinguishing systems; commercial/i n dustrial fire alarm and fire protection review and analysis; checks/reviews plans for compliance with applicable fire codes; issuance of citations and notices of code violations; may assist in the investigation of fires for purposes of determining causation. Provides technical and administrative support to the Fire Prevention Bureau by preparing reports, maintaining statistical data and records. May conduct community and school fire education and prevention programs.
Detail FLEET MAINTENANCE SUPERINTENDENT/MANAGER MANAGEMENT Typically reporting to a department director, plans, assigns, and manages the work of the Fleet Maintenance Division or section, including the repair and maintenance of automotive, heavy and specialized motorized equipment, and specialized body, paint and welding work; directs a fleet preventative maintenance program; maintains equipment records and costs.
Detail FOOD SERVICE WORKER - P/T HEALTH/FOOD SERVICES Under immediate supervision, assists in preparing and serving food in a school cafeteria or kitchen services as part of an educational or social services program. Assists in preparing foods and side dishes. Sets up trays and loads food carts or prepares items to be delivered. Serves food as part of meal line. Operates basic cooking and cleaning equipment and cash register as needed. Assist in washing dishes and kitchen utensils and maintaining clean tables, counter tops, and serving areas.
Detail FORENSIC SPECIALIST PUBLIC SAFETY Performs the full range of complex and technical crime scene investigation duties. Collects, photographs, preserves, identifies, and performs basic analysis of blood, ballistic, narcotic, and other types of physical evidence. Prepares casting of tire, foot, hand, tool, and other types of impressions; analyzes and prepares conclusions of evidence for use in court testimony. Prepares and maintains detailed reports and records. Serves as the recognized expert in court in the presentation and verification of collected evidence.
Detail HEALTH ASSISTANT/CLERK HEALTH/FOOD SERVICES Under general supervision, assists nurse with a variety of health services for students at an assigned school site. Conducts health inspections of students. Performs specific authorized medical procedures and administers prescribed medicines and maintains records of treatment provided. Administers first aid. Maintains student health records. Provides personal care such as feeding, washing, toileting, and changing of diapers.
Detail HUMAN RESOURCES ANALYST PROFESSIONAL/TECHNICAL Performs journey-level personnel-related work including one or more of the following: 1) recruitment and testing; 2) position classification; 3) wage, salary and fringe benefit administration; 4) labor relations; 5) employee training; and 6) Compliance with labor laws. Assists in the planning, development and implementation of personnel policies, procedures, and programs, and may administer assigned programs or activities.
Detail HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGER MANAGEMENT Typically reporting to a department director, plans, develops, and manages a comprehensive human resources program, involving employment, employee relations, compensation and benefits, and other services. May serve as the agency's primary professional resource in matters of human resources, employee relations, or benefits. This position is typically a Division Head in smaller agencies or a Division Head reporting to a Human Resources Director in the larger Human Resources Departments.
Detail HUMAN RESOURCES TECHNICIAN PROFESSIONAL/TECHNICAL Under general supervision, performs a variety of paraprofessional level human resources support duties in areas such as benefits, compensation, recruitment, testing, and Worker's Compensation; provides human resources related information to the public, employees, and other agencies; and provides technical assistance to human resources management.
Detail IDENTIFICATION TECHNICIAN PUBLIC SAFETY Lifts, preserves, classifies, compares and files fingerprints taken from crime scenes through the state Cal-I.D. system; compares fingerprints to possible suspects. Assists in taking photographs of crime scenes, and preparing photographs and fingerprint exhibits for courtroom use. May testify in court. Assists in searching crime scenes for evidence, preparing sketches, gathering photographs and fingerprints of citizens and employees as required.
Detail INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY MANAGER MANAGEMENT Plans, manages, and coordinates the operations of an agency's Information Technology Division. Evaluates City information needs, oversees work of staff, consultants, and vendors; manages budgets, and works with City management representatives to plan hardware and software systems acquisition, development and conversions. Performs the most complex professional data processing and systems analysis work.
Detail INSTRUCTIONAL ASSISTANT EDUCATIONAL SERVICES Under immediate supervision, assists classroom instructor in the preparation and delivery of instructional materials and assists and tutors students individually and in small groups. Keeps attendance rolls and maintains attendance records. Sets up and operates computer and audiovisual equipment. May assist in organizing reference and resources materials based on daily education plan. May assist teachers in the administration and scoring of tests and exams. May assist the teacher in providing supervision for field trips and assemblies and during meal and play periods. This is an entry-level instructional assistant that typically serves in an elementary or pre-school classroom.
Detail KENNEL ATTENDANT OPERATIONS/MAINTENANCE Under general supervision, receives, processes and cares for impounded animals; cleans and disinfects kennels and work areas; maintains records related to the impounding, disposition and release of animals.
Detail LABORATORY MANAGER UTILITIES Under administrative direction of the District Manager, Utilities Director, or equivalent position, manages, coordinates and participates in laboratory analyses to support water and wastewater treatment plant operations, permit requirements and laboratory accreditation program regulations; coordinates work with other divisions and prepares regulatory reports; and performs related duties as assigned. The Laboratory Manager is responsible for setting laboratory testing procedure s completing state and federal reports.
Detail LABORATORY TECHNICIAN UTILITIES Under general supervision of a Laboratory Manager, or equivalent supervisor or manager, performs a wide variety of quantitative and physical tests on raw and treated wastewater to ensure the wastewater treatment plant's operation complies with state laws and regulations. Apply testing procedures and properly use and maintain laboratory equipment.
Detail LIBRARIAN PROFESSIONAL/TECHNICAL Under direction, performs professional library work in specialized areas of library services. Develops special programs, catalogs and classifies library materials, plans projects, aids in using library facilities, does specialized reference work, and reviews and makes recommendations on books and materials. Requires knowledge of standard library procedures on books and materials.
Detail LIBRARY DIRECTOR MANAGEMENT Manages, plans, coordinates, and supervises the activities of a library system.
Detail LIBRARY PAGE - P/T ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT Shelves and processes returned books and materials; assists in maintaining the orderliness of library shelves and facilities; and provides general clerical assistance to library staff. This is an entry level position which provides on the- job training to employees with little or no related work experience. Assignments are generally limited in scope, contain fairly routine tasks, and are performed within a procedural framework established by higher level employees.
Detail LIFEGUARD-BEACH - P/T OPERATIONS/MAINTENANCE Performs duties of life-guarding, maintains a safe, hazard-free beach area, informs the public of City or other safety regulations/violations, and observes and controls all activities in assigned area.
Detail LIFEGUARD-POOL - P/T OPERATIONS/MAINTENANCE Performs duties of life-guarding at the pool, supervising and assisting with instructional programs, facility cleanup and maintenance; locker room supervision and other duties assigned to assist the supervisor or other facility personnel.
Detail MAINTENANCE LEAD WORKER OPERATIONS/MAINTENANCE Under general supervision, personally performs and/or plans and coordinates the activities of a crew performing a variety of tasks in the maintenance division. Performs a wide variety of skilled construction, maintenance, and repair work. Usually assigned the most difficult tasks which may include the operation of heavy or special equipment. Incumbents provide functional or lead supervision to lower-level maintenance staff. May determine equipment, materials, and staff needed to complete assigned projects. They provide input on performance reviews and conduct in-service safety and training programs.
Detail MAINTENANCE SUPERINTENDENT MANAGEMENT Division head responsible for one or more of the following functional areas of maintenance: Parks, Streets, Water, Buildings, and/or Utilities
Detail MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR OPERATIONS/MAINTENANCE Under direction, plans, directs, and supervises the work of crews engaged in the following functions; maintenance and repair of streets and alleys; painting of pavement markings and erection of streets and traffic signs; cleaning and mechanical sweeping of streets; and general maintenance duties. Plans, organizes, assigns and supervises the work of a large crew or several small crews engaged in the care and maintenance of public rights-of-way, parks and government buildings. Usually responsible for specific assignment either by function or geographical sector. Sets and/or enforces operating and maintenance standards and procedures; adjusts work procedures to meet production schedules; checks work in progress or upon completion; instructs, trains and evaluates work performance of assigned personnel; enforces safety rules and regulations; estimates material and labor needs; keeps times and production records.
Detail MAINTENANCE WORKER (INEXPERIENCED) OPERATIONS/MAINTENANCE Under immediate supervision, performs unskilled manual labor involved in construction work, maintenance and repair of city streets, sewers, and public works projects, and performs related work as required. Performs a variety of routine unskilled manual tasks requiring primarily physical strength and coordination, such as digging and shoveling earth, lifting, carrying and wheeling heavy materials, picking up and emptying rubbish into trucks, sweeping streets and driveways, and cleaning up after completed jobs.
Detail MANAGEMENT ANALYST PROFESSIONAL/TECHNICAL A journey-level administrative position having responsibility for specific or general assignments. Performs research, generates reports, conducts surveys and analysis, and assumes some budgetary responsibilities.
Detail MARINE SAFETY OFFICER PUBLIC SAFETY Under general supervision, patrols beach and ocean areas from an assigned tower, emergency rescue vehicle, or patrol vessel; plans and responds to aquatic and other emergencies and rescues; prevents marine accidents; coordinates and supervises the work of part-time and recurrent beach operations and rescue support personnel; conducts training and participates in patrol and rescue operations; enforces public safety laws, codes, and regulations. Positions may be given PC832 powers of arrest authority.
Detail MAYOR/BOARD CHAIRPERSON ELECTED OFFICIALS Serve as elected/appointed representative of the agency and Council/Board. Lead meetings and the review of agenda items. Serve more frequently as the agency’s dignatory or representative at agency functions and other professional meetings and events. May have additional powers of appointment and oversight of designated staff positions depending upon the entity’s code or charter. Research policy matters, evaluate issues, and consider constituent interests. Appoint and review recommendations of commission members. Provide supporting and opposing arguments and seek clarification of statutes, precedents, and legal and financial impacts. Attend meetings, review agenda items, and formulate and vote on action items. May serve on commissions, authorities, committees and special task forces.
Detail MOTOR SWEEPER OPERATOR OPERATIONS/MAINTENANCE Performs skilled work in driving and operating a heavy-duty motor sweeper employed in cleaning streets and gutters of trash and other accumulations in an assigned district. Selects effective and efficient method to cover assigned route; services and makes minor adjustments to equipment; checks brooms and drive chains for wear; reports mechanical problems.
Detail NETWORK ADMINISTRATOR/TELECOMMUNICATIONS TECHNICIAN PROFESSIONAL/TECHNICAL Under general supervision, trouble-shoots, repairs, and maintains local area networks, wide area networks, data communications, and related video hardware. Administers telecommunications additions, moves, changes, and repairs for agency communications hardware and telephone systems, and related equipment, including all cabling, circuits, wired and wireless data services, and infrastructure. The position may perform a range of administrative functions associated with systems maintenance and account usage.
Detail OFFICE ASSISTANT ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT Experienced clerical position performing word processing and other office work of average difficulty. Expected to be proficient in using computers. Types a variety of material from rough drafts, marginal notes, verbal instructi ons, or from machine recordings; assembles information from various sources and arranges into proper format for typing; corrects grammar, punctuation and spelling; performs varied clerical work of average difficulty involving initiative and independent judgement; applies specialized knowledge of rules, regulations and procedures in keeping records, checking, and reviewing a variety of work, and answering questions and giving information. May prepare payroll, check and verify bills, or compile and tabulate statistic a l data.
Detail OFFICE SPECIALIST ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT Under general supervision of a senior level administrative support position or departmental supervisor, performs varied and more difficult clerical, public contact, and record keeping functions that require more greater knowledge of office procedures, records processing, requirements, data use, and filing and retrieval practices. May use more specialized software and handle more complex transactions or information related to the department.
Detail OFFSET DUPLICATING OPERATOR OPERATIONS/MAINTENANCE Sets up and operates offset-duplicating machine and image-maker to reproduce copies of reports, forms, special publications and related matter. Operates collator, envelope inserter, copier, mailing machine and cutting and binding equipment. Maintains machines and makes minor repairs or adjustments; maintains files and daily activity records; performs related duties as required.
Detail PAINTER OPERATIONS/MAINTENANCE Under general supervision, paints indoor and outdoor buildings, structures, cabinets, furniture, and similar types of equipment. Cleans, sands, patches, and prepares painting surfaces. Mixes and matches paints prior to application and ensures proper amounts of elements. Uses brush, roller, or airless spray gun to complete painting of surfaces. Cleans paint tools and equipment and work areas. May direct the work of helpers and assist in training new employees in painting methods and practices.
Detail PARK MAINTENANCE WORKER OPERATIONS/MAINTENANCE Under general supervision, performs intermediate or journey level skilled and semi-skilled park maintenance work. Cultivates, waters and trims shrubs, hedges, trees, lawns, and flowers; rakes leaves and does general grounds cleaning; mows lawns and trims hedges with hand or small power tools; mixes fertilizers and soil amendments to prepare soil and plants landscape material; sets traps to control rodents; may apply insecticides and herbicides to control weeds and pests; assists in the construction of paths, flower beds, and park improvements; keeps tools and equipment in proper condition and repair; performs minor building maintenance.
Detail PAYROLL TECHNICIAN PROFESSIONAL/TECHNICAL Under general supervision, reviews and verifies payroll actions, personnel actions, and benefits change forms; enters data to maintain and update the payroll master file; prepares and issues regular payroll; maintains accounting records relative to leave accrual, benefit deductions, and tax withholdings; coordinates timekeeping activities. This is a journey-level position that performs data entry, proofreading, verification, and report preparation duties.
Detail PERSONAL COMPUTER TECHNICIAN PROFESSIONAL/TECHNICAL Under general supervision, performs data entry, data control, and personal computer support functions; assists Network Administrator; troubleshoots and answers basic user questions and problems related to operation of personal computers, PC software and hardware. Operates personal computer and auxiliary equipment in production and special test runs and operates special peripheral equipment.
Detail PLANNING MANAGER MANAGEMENT Division head position which organizes and manages the operations of the planning division, including the special projects, current planning and advance planning functions; oversees the division's staff providing support to the City Council, Planning Commission, etc. Provides staff assistance to the department director.
Detail PLANT MAINTENANCE MECHANIC UTILITIES Under general supervision, performs a wide variety of skilled, journey-level duties in the installation, maintenance, repair and servicing of mechanical, electrical and electronic systems, equipment, devices and machinery used in the operation of a large, state-of-the-art waste water treatment plant and wastewater systems. Trades areas covered by this class include mechanical maintenance and repair of industrial equipment, components and machinery; plumbing and pipe fitting; welding; machine tool operation; industrial electrical systems installation, maintenance and repair; and the installation, troubleshooting and repair of electronic control systems.
Detail POLICE ACADEMY TRAINEE PUBLIC SAFETY Under close supervision, the Police Academy Trainee attends and successfully completes Police Officer training at a police academy in areas such as Federal, State, and local laws enforced by Police Officers, Court decisions governing Police Officer actions, patrol procedures and techniques, arrest and booking procedures, methods of traffic enforcement, investigation technique s, and report writing skills.
Detail POLICE CADET - P/T PUBLIC SAFETY Performs entry-level non-sworn public safety activities. Under supervision, performs entry level work related to public safety, including assisting the general public in providing information; assisting with property and storage photography and fingerprinting, crime prevention programs, community relations programs, transporting prisoners, and directing traffic. Other duties may include taking police reports and compiling statistics and special surveys relating to the field of law enforcement.
Detail POLICE CAPTAIN PUBLIC SAFETY Performs highly responsible administrative, investigative, and technical police work in directing the activities of a major division of a police department and may assume command of the department in the absence or at the direction of the Police Chief. Participates in the overall administration of the department, including the development of departmental policies and the formulation and development or improvement of crime prevention/law enforcement strategies, tactics, methods, and techniques to resolve complex police problems and supervise their implementation in his/her area of command. Coordinates activities of division with those of other divisions and other law enforcement agencies.
Detail POLICE CHIEF PUBLIC SAFETY Department head with responsibility over all city-sworn and non-sworn personnel in police operations.
Detail POLICE CORPORAL PUBLIC SAFETY Under general supervision, acts as field training officer; provides technical guidance regarding proper law enforcement methods and report writing techniques to Police Officers serving in traffic patrol, motors, or other specialized assignments; writes and reviews reports to assure completeness and accuracy and the ability to successfully file and prosecute cases; performs field patrol and may serve in special collateral assignments given the agency.
Detail POLICE DISPATCHER PUBLIC SAFETY On an assigned shift, receives emergency (911) and other calls for service, evaluates information, and dispatches safety personnel and equipment according to established procedure or as directed by supervisory personnel; maintains radio contact with field mobile units to coordinate emergency services, receives and transmits information, relays messages, keeps command personnel informed of status of emergency situations, and dispatches additional personnel and equipment as directed; keeps records and logs of communications activities and maintains special files, lists and maps; maintains up-to-date familiarity with the locations of streets, specified buildings and facilities in the jurisdiction; operates UHF/VHF radio receivers and transmitters and other communications equipment which may include computer terminal stations. May operate Computer Aided Dispatching systems; may communicate with field staff utilizing Mobile Data Terminals.
Detail POLICE LIEUTENANT PUBLIC SAFETY Performs responsible supervisory and technical police work in commanding an assigned shift or police personnel (watch commander) and in directing an important police unit or function (in large cities includes such units as traffic section, juvenile investigation (only) section, community relations section, personnel and training section, etc; in smaller cities includes such functional areas as investigation (all categories), field patrol and traffic, technical support services, etc.). Also performs police work of a difficult and specialized nature requiring the application of advanced police skills and knowledge.
Detail POLICE OFFICER PUBLIC SAFETY Journey-level position. Enforces laws and ordinances; maintains order; prevents crime, disturbance of peace and juvenile delinquency and protects life and property; patrols streets and highways on foot or in a vehicle; informs public of traffic laws and city or county regulations; issues citations, makes arrests, and testifies in court; investigates complaints, serves processes, locates persons and property; books and maintains custody of prisoners; keeps records and makes reports; may act as court bailiff; carries gun and usually uniformed.
Detail POLICE RECORDS CLERK PUBLIC SAFETY Prepares, checks, indexes, types, duplicates, routes, and files reports including modus operandi, fingerprint, arrest, conviction, and other police records; assists in investigations by searching records and requesting information from other law enforcement agencies; may assist police officers in transfer and searching of female prisoners and suspects.
Detail POLICE SERGEANT PUBLIC SAFETY On an assigned shift, supervises and may perform traffic patrol and law enforcement activities; inspects and assigns police officers during the course of a shift; supervises and may participate in the gathering of evidence, questioning of witnesses, and apprehension of suspects; conducts roll-call inspections and briefings, assigns personnel and equipment, and evaluates performance of assigned personnel; enforces departmental orders and discipline standards; reviews reports and citations, handles complaints, keeps records, and prepares reports. In smaller departments, may act as Watch Commander on a regular basis.
Detail PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICER MANAGEMENT Under general supervision, performs a variety of professional and administrative activities in support of the agency’s public affairs and community involvement programs. Serves as liaison with other public entities, community and industry groups, and the media. Creates a wide variety of printed materials and other services for use in public information programs. May supervise technical or clerical personnel. May perform limited legislative advocacy functions.
Detail PUBLIC WORKS INSPECTOR PROFESSIONAL/TECHNICAL Performs skilled inspection work on public works construction projects including major streets, sewers, utility systems, storm drains, parks, and medians and landscape installations to ensure conformance with appropriate codes, plans, specifications, and regulations. Has both office and/or field assignments.
Detail PURCHASING AGENT PROFESSIONAL/TECHNICAL Division head which supervises buyers, purchasing clerks, storekeepers, and/or related staff, and is in charge of one or more of the following functional areas: Centralized Purchasing, Warehousing, and/or Reprographic Services.
Detail RISK MANAGER MANAGEMENT Typically reporting to a department director, plans, coordinates, and implements a comprehensive agency risk management program, typically including the areas of public general liability, Workers' Compensation, disability retiremen t May be responsible for group employee insurance and Unemployment Insurance programs.
Detail SECRETARY TO CITY MANAGER/CITY ADMINISTRATOR ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT Performs complex and responsible secretarial and clerical work for the City Manager, involving highly confidential and sensitive information. Acts as receptionist for the City Manager and maintains his/her calendar of appointments; composes correspondence for approval of the City Manager; interviews callers exercising considerable independent judgement and applying experience in making decisions.
Detail SECRETARY TO DEPARTMENT HEAD ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT Performs secretarial and clerical duties for a superior in an executive position; interviews and screens callers, supplying requested information or making appointments; may take dictation and transcribe shorthand notes or transcribe from a dictating machine; types a variety of letters, reports, articles, memoranda, and speeches, including materials of a confidential nature; composes correspondence and reports from brief notes or oral instructi o ns and occasionally without instructions; obtains information from sources within and outside the department; screens, indexes, and files correspondence.
Detail SENIOR CIVIL ENGINEER PROFESSIONAL/TECHNICAL Under general supervision and with considerable latitude for independent judgment and action, performs difficult engineering work requiring full professional competency. Work normally involves the direction of a small group of subordinate engineers and sub-professional employees. Decides on design procedures and performs the more difficult phases of design of major engineering projects; assigns to subordinate engineers the development of plans, specifications, and detailed drawings of the various components of a project; as a resident engineer, supervises field inspection and testing of large projects to check performance or conformity with plans and specifications; makes engineering studies of difficult and complex subjects.
Detail SENIOR PLANNER PROFESSIONAL/TECHNICAL Under general supervision, plans, conducts, and coordinates a range of current and advanced professional planning projects and studies; analyzes and interprets planning and zoning codes, ordinances, and statutes, which may include Coastal Commission standards; writes and edits staff reports and reviews consultant reports; may provide technical direction to planning and support staff; makes presentations to Planning Commission and Council/Board, and may serve as liaison to other committees and planning bodies.
Detail SPECIAL EDUCATION INSTRUCTIONAL ASSISTANT EDUCATIONAL SERVICES Under immediate supervision, assists classroom instructor in the preparation and delivery of instructional materials to school age special education students in K-12 or pre-school settings based on daily lesson plan. Assists in the planning and guidance of student activities such as games, sports, music, arts and crafts, and personal hygiene and safety. Tutors students individually and in small groups and monitors behaviour in the classroom, facilities, playgrounds, on school buses, and during field trips. Keeps attendance records. May assist teachers in the administration and scoring of tests and exams.
Detail STOREKEEPER/DELIVERY DRIVER OPERATIONS/MAINTENANCE Under general supervision, receives, checks, and stores supplies, such as office, food, business, and educational supplies. Receives and checks incoming orders for proper quantities and types of deliveries and that items have not been damaged. Stores and stages items in proper locations within warehouse. Loads and drives light truck or van. Delivers supplies to appropriate facilities and locations. Maintains warehouse, storeroom, equipment, and supplies in orderly condition. May operate forklift.
Detail STREET MAINTENANCE WORKER OPERATIONS/MAINTENANCE Under general supervision, performs intermediate or journey-level skilled and semi-skilled street maintenance work. Performs scheduled and emergency repairs of potholes, guardrails, and fences; operates a variety of tools and equipment to assist in street repairs; performs work as part of a patch crew, slurry crew or paving crew; responds to emergency calls for service on a call-out basis and works outside normal working hours as needed; assists in the construction of streets, sidewalks, and curbs and gutters; identifies and corrects safety hazards; keeps tools and equipment in proper condition and repair.
Detail SYSTEMS ANALYST PROFESSIONAL/TECHNICAL Supports the information processing needs of agency departments by modifying existing applications programs and determining how departmental user data bases can be improved in a client/server environment. Researches and analyzes management and operating department computer service needs and recommends solutions. Performs various and complex systems and specialized knowledge and ability to perform systems analysis and design as opposed to systems programming/codin g.
Detail TRAFFIC ENGINEER PROFESSIONAL/TECHNICAL Under administrative direction, plans, organizes, and supervises the traffic engineering function for the agency. This position typically serves as a division or section head in a larger agency; leads and participates in traffic engineering and transportation projects; supervises the operation, maintenance and installation of traffic control equipment, traffic signs, and street striping operations.
Detail TRANSIT SUPERVISOR OPERATIONS/MAINTENANCE Under general supervision, trains, coordinates and supervises the work of Bus Operators, Schedulers, and associated Customer Service Representatives. Tracks operator and route performance. Assists operators with passenger relations problems and accident investigation s. Monitors radio and tracks vehicle location. May operate buses in emergency situations.
Detail TREE TRIMMER OPERATIONS/MAINTENANCE Performs skilled manual work in the pruning, trimming, topping, felling and removal of ornamental and shade trees; climbs trees of various heights using hooks and belts, or uses ladders and/or skylift buckets to gain access to work areas; cuts away and removes dead or excess branches and tops of trees using hand and power chain saws, pruning hooks and shears, axes and other tools; trims and digs out protruding tree roots; cares for ropes and safety equipment; drives a truck and may assist in operation of wood chipper unit.
Detail UTILITY METER READER UTILITIES Read domestic, industrial, and commercial utility meters for water, gas, or electricity; records and reports water usage; hears and reports consumer complaints; investigates delinquent payments and may assist on collections; repairs, replaces, and installs utility meters; and may assist in the maintenan ce or repair of mains on an emergency basis. Requires knowledge of pneumatic tools, small power tools and hand tools.
Detail UTILITY SUPERINTENDENT/MANAGER UTILITIES Typically reporting to a department director, plans, assigns, and manages the activities and operations of a water/utilities division or section, including potable water production, transmission and distribution, storm water pumping and conveyance systems, and equipment maintenance; organizes and supervises the work of staff involved in the operation, maintenance, installation, replacement, and repair of a variety of water collection, transmission, and pumping systems; coordinates assigned activities with other divisions, departments, and outside agencies. May oversee wastewater collection and transmission activities.
Detail WASTEWATER MAINTENANCE SUPERINTENDENT UTILITIES Under the administrative direction of the District Manager, Utilities Director, or equivalent position, plans, organizes, coordinates and directs the operation s and maintenance of the agency's wastewater collection and treatment plants, systems, facilities and related appurtenances in compliance with state and federal requirements; and performs related duties as assigned. Plans, coordinates, and manages the work of wastewater maintenance staff and prepares and presents state reports; and performs related duties as assigned.
Detail WASTEWATER SUPERINTENDENT/MANAGER UTILITIES Under administrative direction of the Utilities, Maintenance or Operations Director, plans, controls, and manages the activities and operation of the wastewater collection and treatment plants, laboratory testing systems, and related facilities. Oversees field supervisory personnel, administers division budget, and ensures water treatment and statutory reports are completed and submitted in a timely and reliable manner. Coordinates projects and reporting with other areas.
Detail WASTEWATER TREATMENT OPERATOR, GRADE III UTILITIES Under the general supervision of a Wastewater Treatment Plant Supervisor or higher level Field Services Superintendent/Manager, performs a variety of skilled journey level wastewater plant operations and maintenance functions, including monitoring treatment gauges, meters, and controls, conducting plant and equipment inspections, performing and interpreting test data, and preparing and maintaining accurate plant records. Prepares reports required by discharge permits. May assist other maintenance personnel or lab personnel.
Detail WATER CONSERVATION SPECIALIST UTILITIES Professional or technical level position with responsibility for working with public customers and staff to reduce consumer water demand and water runoff. Communicates water conservation goals and encourages customer participation. Prepares educational materials, makes presentations, and conducts workshops related to water conservation. Schedules and conducts inspections of residential, commercial, and industrial sites, and landscaped areas to address inquiries and problems. Responds to questions regarding proper plants and landscaping. Assists with the implementation, monitoring, and reporting of water conservation research projects.
Detail WATER DISTRIBUTION MAINTENANCE SUPERINTENDENT/MANAGER UTILITIES Under administrative direction of the Utilities, Maintenance, or Operations Director, plans, controls and manages water maintenance and distribution services, including the construction, maintenance and repair of water transmiss ion lines and services. Oversees field supervisory personnel, administers division budget, and ensures construction, work order, and utility maintenance reports are completed and submitted in a timely and reliable manner. Coordinates projects and reporting with other areas.
Detail WATER MAINTENANCE WORKER UTILITIES Under general supervision, performs intermediate or journey-level skilled and semi-skilled tasks in the maintenance and repair of agency's water distribution system. Performs maintenance, installation and repair of the water distribution system, including valves, vaults, hydrants, water services, backflow devices, air/vacuum combination release valves, mainlines, and concrete and asphalt infrastructure; locates water lines and valves; conducts water quality system flushing, including valve exercising and hydrant servicing; Performs shut downs for outside contracts and agencies; identifies and corrects safety hazards; responds to emergency calls for service on a call-out basis and works outside normal working hours as needed.
Detail WATER PRODUCTION / DISTRIBUTION SUPERINTENDENT UTILITIES Under the administrative direction of the District Manager, Utilities Director, or equivalent position, plans, organizes and manages water production, treatment and distribution operations associated with the agency's potable water treatment plants, deep wells and transmission systems and facilities, in compliance with state and federal requirements. Plans, coordinates, and manages the work of water production staff and prepares and presents state reports; and performs related duties as assigned. May oversee work of plant maintenance personnel, depending upon organizational structure.
Detail WATER PRODUCTION MAINTENANCE SUPERINTENDENT/MANAGER UTILITIES Under administrative direction of the Utilities, Maintenance, or Operations Director, plans, controls, and manages the activities and operations of water production facilities; oversees field supervisory personnel, administers division budget, and ensures water production, treatment and statutory reports are completed and submitted in a timely and reliable manner. Coordinates activities with other operating divisions, inspection activities, and contractors. Typically requires the equivalent of a Bachelor of Science degree from an accredited college in hydraulics, chemistry, biology, natural sciences, hydrology, water engineering or a related field, or similar technical coursewor k. Five years of technical and supervisory experience in the operation of water production and treatment facilities. Ability to obtain a Grade IV or Grade V Water Treatment Operator Certificate from the State of California, depending upon the water treatment standards required of the agency.
Detail WATER QUALITY SPECIALIST UTILITIES Under the general supervision of a Water Treatment Plant Supervisor, Field Maintenance Manager, or managerial position, performs a wide variety of specialized assignments related to water sampling, testing, inspections, statutory reporting, and public communications. Collects and tests water samples or coordinates sampling and testing procedure s conducted at contract labs. Identifies changes in water quality trends and prepares required notifications Researches water quality regulations, and coordinates water quality studies with consultants, districts, contract laboratories, and in-house personnel. Investigates and responds to public complaints; represents agency at regional water quality and county health department meetings; prepares and submits periodic water quality reports; disseminates public information related to water quality and conservation practices.
Detail WATER TREATMENT OPERATOR, GRADE III UTILITIES Under the general supervision of a Water Treatment Plant Supervisor or higher-le vel Water Production/Maintenance Superintendent, performs a wide variety of skilled, journey level tasks related to the monitoring, regulation, maintenance, and operation of potable water treatment systems and transmission equipment. Uses field or computerized telemetry controls. Inspects and maintains chlorination processes, pumping stations, wells, and ancillary equipment. May perform routine water quality tests, complete journals and reports, and assist in training and supervising lower level operators; and performs related duties as assigned.
Detail WATER UTILITY OPERATOR UTILITIES Performs a variety of semi-skilled mechanical tasks in the operation and maintenance of water treatment, or waste water distribution facilities including pumps, meters, storage facilities, distribution pipelines, and services. Reads and checks recording devices to ascertain that the water treatment facilities, wells, reservoirs, and distribution equipment are operating properly; maintains simple records of operation of plant, wells and reservoirs necessary; performs routine and preventive maintenance on chlorine machines, pumps, electrical motors, meters, telemetering equipment, and pneumatic valves; installs and services water meters.
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