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The Facilities Management Division of the Public Works Department is seeking to fill two (2) overstrength Communications Installer positions. These positions are funded through June 30th, 2020, with an anticipated extension through fiscal year 2020-2021.
Under general supervision of the Senior Automotive Equipment Specialist, typical duties of the Communications Installer include installing 2-way radios into a variety of vehicles, including but not limited to Police vehicles and motorcycles, Fire department apparatus and other city department vehicles.
Provide customer service related to Central Park / Lake Elizabeth boating operations in an efficient and courteous manner. Supervise activities on lake and surrounding areas. Respond to visitor concerns, operate a cash register, provide correct change, handle credit card transactions, maintain a clean and well-equipped worksite. Works well as part of a team in a fun, fast-paced outdoor environment. Employees are expected to work weekends and holidays.
EXAMPLES OF DUTIES (This is a general description of duties and is not all-inclusive)
The actual salary shall be determined by the final candidate’s qualifications and experience. In addition to the starting salary, employees in the Recreation Program Specialist classification shall also receive an approximate five percent (5%) ongoing non-pensionable compensation pay.
Under direction of the Deputy City Manager, the Recycling and Solid Waste Program Manager plans, organizes, directs and participates in the administration of multiple integrated solid waste management contracts and programs within the City Manager’s Office; represents the City and provides staff support for a variety of intergovernmental committees, subcommittees and authorities.
EXAMPLES OF DUTIES (illustrative only)
Full-Time (35 hours per week)
$2,899 - $3,524 per month
Plus excellent benefits
OPEN UNTIL FILLED: Apply by March 2, 2020 for first consideration
The Recreation Leader I/II reports to the Recreation Coordinator, and in the absence of a Recreation Coordinator, may report to Recreation Leader III. The position is responsible for: planning, organizing, and leading a variety of recreation activities. Typical activities include but are not limited to the following: environmental education, arts, crafts, sports, games, contests and special events for a particular group of participants.