City of North Las Vegas

The City of North Las Vegas is a strong but nimble organization with nearly 1,400 employees dedicated to providing a multitude of services for more than 250,000 residents and a growing number of businesses who call the city home. As the city's population continues to boom, our organization continues to grow to meet the needs of our residents and businesses. 

Located at the northern tip of the Las Vegas Valley, North Las Vegas is one of Nevada’s fastest growing cities in Southern Nevada. North Las Vegas is characterized by its friendly atmosphere, development opportunities, civic pride and responsive government.

Benefits and Perks:

(Many of our positions offer the following)

  • 4-day, 36-hour workweek, Monday-Thursday, 8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. (May vary by position specific needs).
  • 100% employer-paid Medical, Dental and Vision insurance plan option, with affordable low cost alternative plans available.
  • 13 paid holidays off annually.
  • 3 weeks of annual leave accrued each year (up to applicable maximums).
  • 3 weeks of sick leave accrued each year (up to applicable maximums).
  • Employer-paid participation in the Public Employees’ Retirement System of Nevada (PERS).
  • Employer-paid Term Life and AD&D insurance for employees, plus dependent life insurance.
  • Deferred compensation 457(b) Plan, which is a government deferred compensation plan similar to a 401(k) plan. It offers both pre-tax and after-tax savings and investment options.
  • Annual merit increase program based on performance evaluations and/or contractual wage increases.
  • Complimentary access to our fully equipped fitness center at City Hall.

 

In addition to a balanced work/life structure of a Four-Day workweek (Yes, three-day weekends for most positions) As detailed above, The City of North Las Vegas provides a competitive employee benefits package including quality and cost effective health insurance for medical, dental and vision care, life insurance, as well as fully paid retirement and deferred compensation plans and so much MORE!!

This is an exciting time in the history of North Las Vegas. North Las Vegas is a unique community to live, work and play. North Las Vegas is already "The Community of Choice" for countess local residents, come make us your Employer of Choice as well!

Come grow your career with us, be a part of the action and make a difference!!!

54 job(s) at City of North Las Vegas

CITY OF NORTH LAS VEGAS North Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
May 25, 2022
The Role: Senior Programmer Analyst works under general supervision performs analytical, administrative and development duties required to support the City's web and desktop applications that utilize SQL Server and/or Oracle Databases with Microsoft.net technologies. Coordinates responsibilities with supervisor. Benefits and Perks: (Many of our positions offer the following) • 4-day, 36-hour workweek, Monday-Thursday, 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. (May vary by position specific needs). • 100% employer-paid Medical, Dental and Vision insurance plan option, with affordable low cost alternative plans available. • 13 paid holidays off annually. • 3 weeks of annual leave accrued each year (up to applicable maximums). • 3 weeks of sick leave accrued each year (up to applicable maximums). • Employer-paid participation in the Public Employees' Retirement System of Nevada (PERS). • Employer-paid Term Life and AD&D insurance for employees, plus dependent life insurance. • Deferred compensation 457(b) Plan, which is a government deferred compensation plan similar to a 401(k) plan. It offers both pre-tax and after-tax savings and investment options. • Annual merit increase program based on performance evaluations and/or contractual wage increases. • Complimentary access to our fully equipped fitness center at City Hall. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS : (Essential and other important responsibilities and duties may include, but are not limited to, the following) Plans, designs, documents solutions and recommendations to address issues impacting the technological strategic direction or projects of increased complexity and having a broader scope. Installs, customizes, tunes and upgrades application package software and interfaces to fit the current and anticipate future operating environment. Performs functional systems analysis and defines system requirements of existing and proposed systems impacting the technological strategic direction or projects of increased complexity and a broader scope. Identified methods, solutions, and provides project support and coordination in order to meet Business Objectives. Codes, tests and implements custom solutions and application extensions to meet Business Requirements. Develops, documents and codes software interfaces between different databases and applications. Prepares test data to validate new or modified applications and test programs. Analyzes test results and prepares recommendations based on findings. Provides complete information about operations performance, costs, resource utilization, projects and plans. Maintains system security by utilizing commonly acceptable coding practices to control and monitor user access. Remains abreast of developing technology and new or updated vendor applications by reading trade journals, attending seminars and conferences, and by participating in continuing education programs. Conducts research into new areas of technology, performs needs analysis and business risk assessment prior to making recommendations that impact the technological strategic direction or involve increased complexity and have a broader scope. Provides input into procedures and policies for application support making recommendations as required. Adheres to existing procedures and policies. Receives technical guidance from supervisor. Must be accessible by phone during non-scheduled off-hours to respond to emergency or critical issues. Must respond to off-hour phone calls promptly and within three hours. Coverage exceptions may be approved by supervisor for scheduled leave and other circumstances. May be asked to solve technical problems off-hours, and may be called into work off-hours. Performs other duties and responsibilities as required. Regular and timely attendance is required. MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT USED: General Office Equipment Personal Computer Standard Office Applications Software documentation, development and debugging tools Microsoft .Net Developer Suite MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED: Education and Experience: Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, Management Information Systems, Engineering, Mathematics, or a closely related field and four years of developer experience with knowledge, skills and experience required to include coding and troubleshooting interfaces and extensions of an Enterprise Application running on Oracle or SQL Server Database. A minimum of two years developing in C#.Net, ASP.Net, and PL/SQL languages is required. Enterprise Applications are those that service multiple departments and have a user base exceeding 25 concurrent users. Equivalency: May substitute a combination of equivalent education and experience to obtain the 8 year education and experience requirement. The city assesses 1 year of full time experience as equivalent to one year of education. G.E.D may be substituted for high school diploma. Licenses and Certifications: NCIC Certification required within six months of hire/reclassification. Failure to obtain and maintain this certification will result in non-confirmation of appointment. Must possess a valid state driver's license and maintain satisfactory motor vehicle record with the ability to obtain appropriate Nevada state driver's license within required time frame. Microsoft Certified Professional Developer (MCPD) Certification preferred. Knowledge: Working knowledge of application development and administration; personal computer (PC) operations and associated peripheral equipment; fundamental program development concepts; general database access, design and retention practices; acceptable security practices; common coding and debugging strategies; Microsoft Windows operating systems; and common Information Technology policies and procedures. Recognize database and software errors and provide efficient solutions. Interpersonal skills necessary to effectively interact with internal staff, citizens, contractors, and/or government agencies in such areas as supervising project work, responding to citizens' questions, and consulting with others. Design, code and provide technical support for enterprise information systems. SQL Server (2005/2008) Database knowledge and Web Application Experience preferred. Physical and Mental Abilities: May be asked to solve technical problems and/or emergencies during off-hours. Maintain extreme confidentiality of sensitive information. Organize and maintain assigned project logistics and resources to meet critical deadlines. Act as project manager to projects staffed with city employees and outside vendors and consultants. Communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing. Work under pressure, exercise good judgment and make sound decisions in emergency situations. While performing the essential functions of this job the employee is regularly required to stand, walk to assigned post possibly outside, sit, use hands to finger, handle, or feel, reach with hands and arms, or talk, and hear, view camera and computer screens for prolonged periods of time, and is occasionally required to lift and/or move up to 25 pounds. Working Conditions: Works in a normal office environment where there are little or no physical discomforts associated with changes in weather or discomforts associated with noise, dust, dirt and the like Regular and timely attendance is required. PRE-EMPLOYMENT SCREENING: Candidates for this position are subject to a Pre-employment screening. Pre-employment screening includes but is not limited to: Local & State Criminal History Check; Federal Criminal History Check via submission of fingerprints; Drug screening. Selection Process: Qualification Assessment: Oral Interview 100% Passing Score: 70% Additional Information People Group: Teamster Administrative Compensation Grade: TEX-22 Minimum Salary: 2493.19 Maximum Salary: 4123.22 Pay Basis: BIWEEKLY
CITY OF NORTH LAS VEGAS North Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
May 24, 2022
The Role: We are looking for a Financial Analyst II to support the Police Department who will manage, coordinate, and direct a wide range of financial services including accounting, grants, treasury, budget development and implementation, long-range financial forecasting, and financial analysis. Incumbents in this class perform complex technical, financial, and statistical analyses associated with a variety of City programs and initiatives, from the development, approval, implementation, and monitoring of the City's operating and capital budgets, to the development of long-range financial forecasts, analysis of capital development and financing alternatives, implementation of automated systems, administering grants, debt management and cash management, including the preparation of financial statements. This is the intermediate level class in the Financial Analyst series. Under general supervision, employees in this class are distinguished from a Financial Analyst I by the performance of the full range of duties as assigned including preparing budgets and financial forecasts, preparing financial statements, administering grants, more difficult and complex analyses on issues of significant impact for the City and implementation of integrated financial systems. Employees in this class may supervise a small unit of professional employees performing related work. Positions in this class are normally filled by advancement from the level I, or filled by candidates with prior experience. About North Las Vegas: Established in 1946, the City of North Las Vegas is the third largest city in Nevada and is one of the fastest growing cities in the state. Serving a community of roughly 260,000 people (and growing!), North Las Vegas is comprised of a diverse group of residents, businesses and employees dedicated to positively influencing the community and making an impact! The North Las Vegas team is a caring and fun group of individuals who take a vested interest in each other's success. We lift one another up and challenge each other to rise to the occasion each and every day. We do whatever it takes to ensure that vital resources and services that our residents and businesses depend on, are provided in an efficient and effective manner. Community, accountability and teamwork is everything to us and at the heart of all that we do. We are proud of our accomplishments and work diligently to strategically align operations with the City's. Benefits and Perks: (Many of our positions offer the following) • 4-day, 36-hour workweek, Monday-Thursday, 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. (May vary by position specific needs). • 100% employer-paid Medical, Dental and Vision insurance plan option, with affordable low cost alternative plans available. • 13 paid holidays off annually. • 3 weeks of annual leave accrued each year (up to applicable maximums). • 3 weeks of sick leave accrued each year (up to applicable maximums). • Employer-paid participation in the Public Employees' Retirement System of Nevada (PERS). • Employer-paid Term Life and AD&D insurance for employees, plus dependent life insurance. • Deferred compensation 457(b) Plan, which is a government deferred compensation plan similar to a 401(k) plan. It offers both pre-tax and after-tax savings and investment options. • Annual merit increase program based on performance evaluations and/or contractual wage increases. • Complimentary access to our fully equipped fitness center at City Hall. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: (Duties may include, but are not limited to, the following) Plan, direct and participate in the analysis and preparation of financial statements, budget documents and a variety of financial and grant reports. Compile and prepare the City's annual budget; prepare cash flow and expenditure projections; provide personnel costs from salary projections. Prepare statistical financial projections; prepare necessary work papers for annual budget. Coordinate the collections and refinement of the City budget, special funds and grants; produce various budget related forecasts and reports. Serve as financial resource to City departments; act as liaison between the division of assignment and grantors; provide information regarding a variety of accounts, revenues and expenditures. Recommend secure and liquid investments for the City's various funds and accounts; examine, reconcile and document bank trust statements against City books; analyze cash flow and disbursement to recommend the buying or selling of an investment. Analyze, account for and audit grant monies and special revenues received by the City; process requests for funds and obtained authorized signature of approval. Provide technical assistance and training to City staff in matters related to financial accounting and budget administration. Monitor various accounts verifying availability of funds and classification of expenditures; research and analyze transactions to resolve problems. Develop and implement strategies designed to improve program effectiveness and efficiency. Examine emerging technologies for application to existing processes and procedures; recommend changes and assist in implementation of changes. Develop and administer budgets for special programs or projects; respond to inquiries relative to area of assignment; monitor funding requirements for special projects. Assist with bond issues and other debt issuances. Provide functional and technical supervision related to accounting or budget development. Review and analyze processes, systems, procedures, records, forms, reports and controls for compliance with accepted accounting, budget and resource management standards. Attend and participate in committees and professional group meetings; stay current with new trends, best practices and innovations in matters relating to assigned duties and projects. Conduct training and provide meeting facilitation for focus groups on budget development and management, and process improvement issues. Supervises staff engaged in performing complex technical, financial and statistical analyses associated with a variety of significant City-wide programs and initiatives, ranging from development, approval and implementation of the operating and capital budgets to development of long range financial forecasts and analysis of capital development and financing alternatives. Perform special assignments as requested, to include researching and preparing reports and projects, developing and implementing programs, administering state and federal grants, and presenting technical data to management, elected officials and others. Lead, plan, train and review the work of staff responsible for financial analysis, budget analysis, investments, grant administration and accounting. Provide information, advice, feedback or assistance to others within the division to refine work outputs or resolve problems. Confer with upper management to keep them informed on key issues and progress toward objectives and to gain their support and approval; makes recommendations to assist management in making needed improvements. Communicate with others outside their work areas to coordinate efforts and maintain cooperative and efficient relations. Attend and participate in staff meetings; complete required forms and paperwork; prepare work program and report work progress periodically. Performs related duties as assigned. MATERIAL AND EQUIPMENT USED: General Office Equipment Personal Computer Calculator Qualifications and Attributes: Education and Experience: Bachelor's degree in business or public administration, accounting, economics, finance or closely related field; and, Four years increasingly responsible professional experience in accounting, auditing or budgeting experience. Experience in a public agency setting, programmatic or project lead experience and implementation of computer software packages preferred. Equivalency: Eight years of progressively responsible professional experience in accounting, auditing or budgeting may be substituted for the education and experience above. Experience in a public agency setting, programmatic or project lead experience and implementation of computer software packages preferred. CPA and/or MPA/MBA preferred. Licenses and Certifications: Must possess a valid state driver's license and maintain satisfactory motor vehicle record with the ability to obtain appropriate Nevada state driver's license within required time frame. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Advanced technical knowledge of fund accounting and governmental budgetary procedures. Advanced principles of mathematics as they relate to budgeting, accounting, auditing. Rules, regulations, policies, and procedures applicable to the area of work. Principles, practices, and procedures for modern financial record keeping and reporting. Financial research and report preparation methods and techniques. Applicable, federal, state, and local laws and ordinances. Working knowledge of current payroll laws and regulations. Standard office practices and procedures, including filing and the operation of standard office equipment. Correct business English, including spelling, grammar and punctuation. The use of specified computer applications including Oracle, Excel, word processing; the design and management of databases and spreadsheet files; and the development of special report formats. Advanced professional budgetary practices and terminology. Advanced professional practices of reviewing financial documents for completeness and accuracy. Analytical abilities necessary to make sound, logical interpretations of codes and regulations that must be made quickly. Exercise sound judgment required to act in best interest of jurisdiction. Organizing and prioritizing tasks. Skills necessary to perform numerical calculations to obtain totals, balances and verify information from complex forms and transfer to computers or manual reports. Performing technical, specialized, complex or difficult financial office work. Reading and explaining rules, policies and procedures; analyzing and resolving varied financial office administrative problems. Organizing, researching and maintaining financial files. Imputing budget information into a standard budget document format; Reviewing financial documents for completeness and accuracy. Reviewing, posting, balancing and reconciling financial records. Maintaining accurate financial records and preparing accurate and timely reports. Using independent judgment on issues which are complex, interpretive and evaluative in nature. Organizing own work, setting priorities and meeting critical deadlines. Using advance features of financial computer software, Excel spreadsheets, and Oracle payroll and accounting systems. Interpersonal skills necessary to effectively interact with internal staff, citizens, contractors, and/or government agencies in such areas as supervising project work, responding to citizens' questions, and consulting with others. Work produces mental and visual fatigue due to sustained periods of concentration, working under pressure of deadlines and continual interruptions in concentration. Ability to communicate both orally and in written communications. Ability to use general office procedures, practices, English, spelling, punctuation, grammar and proficiency on computer and other office equipment. Ability to concentrate and pay close attention to detail with breaks in concentration associated with answering phones or speaking in person to citizens requiring assistance. While performing the essential functions of this job the employee is regularly required to work in a typical office environment, use standard office equipment, read printed material and a computer terminal/screen, and communicate in person and over the telephone and is frequently required to stand, walk, sit, use hands to finger, handle, or feel, climb or balance, talk and hear, and lift and/or move up to 25 pounds. WORKING CONDITIONS: Works in a normal office environment where there are little or no physical discomforts associated with changes in weather or discomforts associated with noise, dust, dirt and the like. Regular and timely attendance is required. PRE-EMPLOYMENT SCREENING: Candidates for this position are subject to a Pre-employment screening. Pre-employment screening includes but is not limited to: Local & State Criminal History Check; Federal Criminal History Check via submission of fingerprints; Drug screening. Additional Information People Group: Appointed Compensation Grade: ACE-22 Minimum Salary: 70255.15 Maximum Salary: 113086.52 Pay Basis: YEARLY
CITY OF NORTH LAS VEGAS North Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
May 24, 2022
The Role: The Accounting Technician - Payroll supports our Finance Department in logical interpretations of codes and regulations that must be made quickly, exercise sound judgment required to act in best interest of jurisdiction and organizing and prioritizing tasks. Performs responsible accounting and bookkeeping duties requiring the regular use of independent judgment and, initiative. Uses a personal computer to input, format and maintain complex computerized data. Usually responsible for a full range of duties within a Finance Department or specialized area of payroll, payables, receivables, and accounting to assists in all areas. Benefits and Perks: (Many of our positions offer the following) • 4-day, 36-hour workweek, Monday-Thursday, 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. (May vary by position specific needs). • 100% employer-paid Medical, Dental and Vision insurance plan option, with affordable low cost alternative plans available. • 13 paid holidays off annually. • 3 weeks of annual leave accrued each year (up to applicable maximums). • 3 weeks of sick leave accrued each year (up to applicable maximums). • Employer-paid participation in the Public Employees' Retirement System of Nevada (PERS). • Employer-paid Term Life and AD&D insurance for employees, plus dependent life insurance. • Deferred compensation 457(b) Plan, which is a government deferred compensation plan similar to a 401(k) plan. It offers both pre-tax and after-tax savings and investment options. • Annual merit increase program based on performance evaluations and/or contractual wage increases. • Complimentary access to our fully equipped fitness center at City Hall. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: (Essential and other important responsibilities and duties may include, but are not limited to, the following) • Performs technical accounting activities involving the reconciling and auditing of assigned accounts; maintains a variety of accounts and general ledgers; prepares monthly fiscal reports and special reports relating to the progress of assigned accounts. • Analyzes revenues and expenditures; recommends amendments to the budget as appropriate. • Compiles and prepares appropriate data for accounts receivable billing to outside agencies; ensures accuracy of data for billing purposes. • Maintains and reconciles a variety of ledgers, reports and account records; examines and corrects accounting transactions to ensure accuracy. • Monitors and balances various accounts verifying availability of funds and classification of expenditures; researches and analyzes transactions to resolve problems. • Collects delinquent payments from appropriate sources, as defined by policy or operating procedures. • Prepares statistical and financial reports; enters updated information into the data base and maintains accurate financial records; prepares financial reports from data files. • Receives and enters monthly journal entries from various departments; sets up new accounts on computer data base; explains program or policy changes to affected users. • Assists with the development of mainframe and computer generated reports and information; tests the accuracy of the information generated; troubleshoots program problems. • Reviews accounting and financial documents to ensure accuracy of information and calculation and makes correcting entries; examines supporting documentation to establish proper authorization and conformance with contracts and other agreements, policies and appropriate regulations. • Prepares and maintains control and subsidiary accounting records; prepares trial balances and financial reports. • Complies and prepares journal entries and periodic reconciliations of general ledger, journal, and subsidiary accounts; makes correcting entries as required; compiles and prepares financial reports and supporting schedules and documentation. • Performs special assignments as requested, to include researching and preparing reports and projects; presenting technical data to management and others. • Communicates with others outside own work area to coordinate efforts and maintain cooperative and efficient relations. • Uses a personal computer to input, format and maintain complex computerized data. • Assists in training new and temporary employees. • Processes biweekly payroll, test data for accuracy and timeliness through Oracle applications. • Processes payroll deduction changes. • Tests payroll data for final production. • Processes data changes for benefit program that integrate with payroll processing. • Provides payroll reporting as requested. • Complies and processes payroll data for biweekly payroll, pension, insurance, bank, credit union, etc. • Performs responsible payroll accounting and bookkeeping duties including the use of Oracle software and exercises a moderate amount of independence. • Performs other related duties as required. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED: Education and Experience: • Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in business administration, finance, public administration, accounting or a related field; and, • Two years of progressively complex and responsible accounting work experience to include financial and statistical record keeping in payroll, accounts payable, accounts receivable, budgeting, financial reporting, bank reconciliations and general ledger using complex Excel spreadsheets. Experience with governmental accounting systems in a public agency setting is desirable. • Equivalency: Four years of progressively responsible accounting work experience to include financial and statistical record keeping in payroll, accounts payable, accounts receivable, budgeting, financial reporting, bank reconciliations and general ledger using complex Excel spreadsheets may be substituted for the required education and the experience listed above. Licenses and Certifications: Must possess a valid state driver's license and maintain satisfactory motor vehicle record with the ability to obtain appropriate Nevada state driver's license within required time frame. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: • Fund accounting and governmental budgetary procedures. • Advanced principles of mathematics. • Rules, regulations, policies, and procedures applicable to the work. • Principles, practices, and procedures for financial record keeping and reporting. • Financial research and report preparation methods and techniques. • Applicable, federal, state, and local laws and ordinances. • Working knowledge of current payroll laws and regulations. • Standard office practices and procedures, including filing and the operation of standard office equipment. • Correct business English, including spelling, grammar and punctuation. • The use of specified computer applications including Oracle, Excel, word processing; the design and management of databases and spreadsheet files; and the development of special report formats. • Basic budgetary practices and terminology. • Basic practices of reviewing financial documents for completeness and accuracy. • Analytical abilities necessary to make sound, logical interpretations of codes and regulations that must be made quickly. • Exercise sound judgment required to act in best interest of jurisdiction. • Organizing and prioritizing tasks. • Skills necessary to perform numerical calculations to obtain totals, balances and verify information from complex forms and transfer to computers or manual reports. • Performing technical, specialized, complex or difficult financial office work. • Reading and explaining rules, policies and procedures; analyzing and resolving varied financial office administrative problems. • Organizing, researching and maintaining financial files. • Imputing budget information into a standard budget document format; • Reviewing financial documents for completeness and accuracy. • Reviewing, posting, balancing and reconciling financial records. • Maintaining accurate financial records and preparing accurate and timely reports. • Using initiative and independent judgment. • Organizing own work, setting priorities and meeting critical deadlines. • Using advance features of financial computer software, Excel spreadsheets, and Oracle payroll and accounting systems. • Interpersonal skills necessary to effectively interact with internal staff, citizens, contractors, and/or government agencies in such areas as supervising project work, responding to citizens' questions, and consulting with others. Physical and Mental Abilities: Work produces mental and visual fatigue due to sustained periods of concentration, working under pressure of deadlines and continual interruptions in concentration. Ability to communicate both orally and in written communications. Ability to use general office procedures, practices, English, spelling, punctuation, grammar and proficiency on computer and other office equipment. Ability to concentrate and pay close attention to detail with breaks in concentration associated with answering phones or speaking in person to citizens requiring assistance. While performing the essential functions of this job the employee is regularly required to work in a typical office environment, use standard office equipment, read printed material and a computer terminal/screen, and communicate in person and over the telephone and is frequently required to stand, walk, sit, use hands to finger, handle, or feel, climb or balance, talk and hear, and lift and/or move up to 25 pounds. Working Conditions: Works in a normal office environment where there are little or no physical discomforts associated with changes in weather or discomforts associated with noise, dust, dirt and the like. Regular and timely attendance is required. Selection Process: Qualification Assessment: Oral Interview 100% Passing Score: 70% Additional Information People Group: Teamster Non Supervisor Compensation Grade: TNE-15 Minimum Salary: 21.39 Maximum Salary: 35.38 Pay Basis: HOURLY
CITY OF NORTH LAS VEGAS North Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
May 20, 2022
The Role: Director of Communications works under the general direction of the City Manager. Administers the planning, organization, strategy and direction of the City's communications program, activities and special projects. Plans and oversees the City's branding and marketing, coordinates issues campaigns, oversees, directs, and performs complex and sensitive work as the Chief Spokesperson for the City. Including statements, news releases, news conferences and the City's website, social media channels and publications. Provides communications, media and marketing, direction and management expertise to the City Council, City Manager, and City departments. Acts as the City's liaison to the news media, the public and other stakeholders, manages all City graphics, images and collateral, among other duties. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: (Duties may include, but are not limited to, the following) • Plans, directs, and performs all media services for the City, including media relations, public relations, speech writing, advertising and marketing in support of the City Council, City Manager and all City departments. • Oversees, directs and supervises all communications staff; oversees, directs and supervisors vendors, freelancers, and contract workers. • Serves as the Chief Public Information Officer and Spokesperson for the City, providing routine and emergency information to media and to stakeholders. • Develops and maintains working relationships with members of the media, editorial boards; counterparts from governmental agencies, PR contacts, community representatives, and others; represents the City at events and during public outreach opportunities. • Prepares and disseminates written information, public records, fact sheets, press releases, brochures, flyers, newsletters, etc.; briefs Executive Leadership, City Council, and stakeholders on issues of public importance. • Develops and implements, in conjunction with Executive Leadership, a communications strategy for the City; assists in developing goals, objectives, budgets, policies, staffing plans, procedures and work standards for the Communications Department and related projects; assists all City departments by providing media services for the standardization and coordination of all City public information. • Oversees the City's website and social media strategies and channels; works to grow audience, reach and impact. • Directs the work of professional, technical and support staff; provides training and mentorship; responsible for supervisory functions including performance evaluation and discipline. • Organizes and oversees special events and public presentations; serves as special events coordinator; coordinates events between Departments, City Manager's Office and City Council; maintains a master calendar of events. • Develops, evaluates and recommends City policies for providing accurate information to constituents. • Gathers information through research and interviewing; compiles data; maintains informational press files for matters of general interest. • Represents the City at business, civic, industry, and governmental meetings and events. • Performs other related duties as required. MATERIAL AND EQUIPMENT USED: Computer and Peripheral Equipment General Office Equipment MINIMUM QUALIFIACTIONS REQUIRED: Education and Experience: • Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in public relations, marketing, journalism, communications or a closely related field; and • Minimum of seven (7) years of progressively responsible experience directing a communications, public information, or business/community relations program, preferably in a local government environment. • Proven advanced knowledge of the principles, practices and administration of a dynamic municipal communications program. • Master's degree is preferred. • Fluency in Spanish, both oral and in written, is preferred. • Or, an equivalent combination of education, training or experience that provides the knowledge, skills and abilities required for the job and related to the essential functions of the position. The City assesses one (1) year of fulltime experience as equivalent to one (1) year of education. Licenses and Certifications: • Must possess or obtain a valid Nevada driver's license and maintain a satisfactory Department of Motor Vehicle record Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: • Analyzing problems, identifying solutions, predicting consequences of proposed actions, recommending best options, and implementing approved solutions in support of goals. • Performing administrative work in a high-profile position dealing with topics under intense public and media scrutiny; responding rapidly as situations change; using initiative and independent judgment within established guidelines. • Developing and implementing short- and long-range public information, public project and community relations strategies, initiatives, programs and procedures. • Developing and maintaining effective media, community and external relations; developing and maintaining effective internal relationships, including with Executive Management, City Council, Departments and team members. • Gathering accurate and compelling data and information; preparing and editing effective written and visual informational and educational materials; supervising graphic design and online media; overseeing radio and broadcast campaigns. • Directing, supervising and reviewing the work of others; managing work and budgets, setting priorities, meeting deadlines. • Communicating effectively in a wide variety of situations and with a wide variety of people. • Evaluating changing technology and applying it to public information and public outreach. • Interpreting, explaining, applying and enforcing federal, state and local policies, laws, regulations and procedures. WORKING CONDITIONS: • Works in a normal office environment where there is little or no physical discomfort associated with changes in weather or discomfort associated with noise, dust, dirt and the like. • As necessary, attends meetings and events outside of normal working hours. • May be required to work an alternative schedule, outside of normal business hours, which may include evenings, weekends, holidays and/or extended hours. • Exerting up to 25 pounds of force occasionally and/or a negligible amount of force constantly to move objects. Must be able to lift a minimum of 15 pounds unassisted. • The worker is required to have close visual acuity to perform an activity such as: preparing and analyzing data and figures; transcribing; viewing a computer terminal, and extensive reading. • The worker is subject to both environmental conditions: Activities occur inside and outside. • Responsible for complying and enforcing City safety rules and OSHA standards within his Department. • Regular and timely attendance is required PRE-EMPLOYMENT SCREENING: Candidates for this position are subject to a pre-employment screening. Pre-employment screening includes, but is not limited to: Local & State Criminal History Check; Federal Criminal History Check via submission of fingerprints; and a drug screen. Benefits and Perks: (Many of our positions offer the following) • 4-day, 36-hour workweek, Monday-Thursday, 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. (May vary by position specific needs). • 100% employer-paid Medical, Dental and Vision insurance plan option, with affordable low cost alternative plans available. • 13 paid holidays off annually. • 3 weeks of annual leave accrued each year (up to applicable maximums). • 3 weeks of sick leave accrued each year (up to applicable maximums). • Employer-paid participation in the Public Employees' Retirement System of Nevada (PERS). • Employer-paid Term Life and AD&D insurance for employees, plus dependent life insurance. • Deferred compensation 457(b) Plan, which is a government deferred compensation plan similar to a 401(k) plan. It offers both pre-tax and after-tax savings and investment options. • Annual merit increase program based on performance evaluations and/or contractual wage increases. • Complimentary access to our fully equipped fitness center at City Hall. Additional Information People Group: Department Directors Compensation Grade: DD-55 Minimum Salary: 108513.2 Maximum Salary: 176034.62 Pay Basis: YEARLY
CITY OF NORTH LAS VEGAS North Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
May 18, 2022
The Role: The PRINCIPAL PLANNER Performs complex and advanced professional activities involved in various aspects of municipal planning, and implementation of that planning. Trains, supervises and coordinates work of other staff. Benefits and Perks: (Many of our positions offer the following) • 4-day, 36-hour workweek, Monday-Thursday, 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. (May vary by position specific needs). • 100% employer-paid Medical, Dental and Vision insurance plan option, with affordable low cost alternative plans available. • 13 paid holidays off annually. • 3 weeks of annual leave accrued each year (up to applicable maximums). • 3 weeks of sick leave accrued each year (up to applicable maximums). • Employer-paid participation in the Public Employees' Retirement System of Nevada (PERS). • Employer-paid Term Life and AD&D insurance for employees, plus dependent life insurance. • Deferred compensation 457(b) Plan, which is a government deferred compensation plan similar to a 401(k) plan. It offers both pre-tax and after-tax savings and investment options. • Annual merit increase program based on performance evaluations and/or contractual wage increases. • Complimentary access to our fully equipped fitness center at City Hall. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: Develops plans, procedures, practices, and controls for municipal planning projects. Organizes, coordinates, and executes appropriate resources and logistics to ensure quality and compliance with local, state and federal regulations. Performs various related area studies, analysis, interpretation, and technical review. Reviews studies, planning documents, plans, legislation, and improvement programs for impact assessment on City facilities, planning, resources, etc. Oversees the day to day operations in the assigned division by assigning subordinates to review and write staff reports, by assigning special projects to subordinates, and by assigned subordinates to review other submittals. Monitors assigned employees performance; performs employee evaluations; assists in the selection of employees. Trains, supervises and coordinates work of subordinate personnel and others as required. Review reports prepared by subordinates for technical information regarding land use proposals and provides interpretation of the Zoning Ordinance. Attends Planning commission meetings regularly and presents staff reports with recommendations to the Planning Commissioners. Performs special assignments as requested, to include researching and preparing reports and projects, developing and implementing programs, administering state and federal grants and presenting technical data to management, elected officials, and others. Provides information, advice, feedback, or assistance to others within the department and/or City to refine work outputs or resolve problems. Confers with upper management to keep them informed on key issues and progress toward objectives and to gain their support and approval; makes recommendations to assist management in making needed improvements. Communicates with others outside own work area to coordinate efforts and maintain cooperative and efficient relations. Maintains and upgrades professional knowledge, skills, and development by attending seminars and training programs and reading trade and professional journals and publications. Attends and participates in staff meetings; presents reports as required. Completes required forms and paperwork, and prepares work program and reports work progress periodically. Performs other related duties as required. MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT USED: General Office Equipment Personal Computer Vehicle MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED: Education and Experience: Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in planning or related field. Prefer a Masters degree. And, five years of progressively complex and responsible related work experience in urban planning. Equivalency: Nine years of progressively complex and responsible related work experience in urban planning may be substituted for the education and experience required above. Licenses and Certifications: Prefer AICP. Must possess a valid state driver's license and maintain satisfactory motor vehicle record and ability to obtain appropriate Nevada state driver's license within required time frame. Knowledge of: Advanced knowledge of the principles, practice and administration of municipal planning. Skill: Planning, directing and reviewing the work of professional and support staff. Performing and overseeing professional level planning work. Using initiative and independent judgment within general policy guidelines. Interpreting, applying and explaining complex policies, codes and regulations. Setting priorities, coordinating multiple activities and meeting critical deadlines. Analytical abilities necessary to make sound, logical interpretations of codes and regulations are required. Many interpretations and decisions must be made quickly; sound judgment required to act in best interest of jurisdiction. Interpersonal skills necessary to effectively interact with internal staff, citizens, contractors, and/or government agencies in such areas as supervising project work, responding to citizens' questions, and consulting with others. Physical and Mental Abilities: Work produces mental and visual fatigue due to sustained periods of concentration, working under pressure of deadlines and continual interruptions in concentration. Works in a normal office environment where there are little or no physical discomforts associated with changes in weather or discomforts associated with noise, dust, dirt and the like. Regular and timely attendance is required. PRE-EMPLOYMENT SCREENING: Candidates for this position are subject to a Pre-employment screening. Pre-employment screening includes but is not limited to: Local & State Criminal History Check; Federal Criminal History Check via submission of fingerprints; Drug screening. Selection Process: Qualification Assessment: Oral Interview 100% Passing Score: 70% Additional Information People Group: Teamster Administrative Compensation Grade: TEX-23 Minimum Salary: 2695 Maximum Salary: 4456.97 Pay Basis: BIWEEKLY
CITY OF NORTH LAS VEGAS North Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
May 17, 2022
The Role: The Business License Manager, coordinates and directs staff, programs and activities of the Business License Division; coordinates assigned activities with other City departments, divisions, and outside agencies. Benefits and Perks: (Many of our positions offer the following) • 4-day, 36-hour workweek, Monday-Thursday, 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. (May vary by position specific needs). • 100% employer-paid Medical, Dental and Vision insurance plan option, with affordable low cost alternative plans available. • 13 paid holidays off annually. • 3 weeks of annual leave accrued each year (up to applicable maximums). • 3 weeks of sick leave accrued each year (up to applicable maximums). • Employer-paid participation in the Public Employees' Retirement System of Nevada (PERS). • Employer-paid Term Life and AD&D insurance for employees, plus dependent life insurance. • Deferred compensation 457(b) Plan, which is a government deferred compensation plan similar to a 401(k) plan. It offers both pre-tax and after-tax savings and investment options. • Annual merit increase program based on performance evaluations and/or contractual wage increases. • Complimentary access to our fully equipped fitness center at City Hall. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: • Plans, organizes, administers, reviews and evaluates the activities of assigned staff; directs the selection of staff and provides for their training and professional development; interprets City policies and procedures to employees; ensures effective morale, productivity and discipline of department staff. • Manages the entire range of financial functions including audits, cash management, collections, budget development and monitoring, and financial and performance reporting. • Manages, coordinates and directs business license field and office inspections and investigations to ensure that businesses are initially suitable for licensure and subsequently operating within the limitations of City codes and regulations, as well as the privileged (liquor and gaming) license application process • Manages, coordinates and directs business license application processing, investigations and inspections of business activities, and agenda preparation. • Manages and participates in the development and implementation of goals, objectives, policies and priorities for assigned programs; recommends and administers appropriate policies and procedures. • Prepares City Council agenda items for the Business License Division and provides recommendations regarding licensing requirements involving complex or privileged licensees. • Researches best practices and recommends code changes to the City Council; makes applicable revisions to the City of North Las Vegas Municipal Code; conducts a variety of organizational studies, investigations and operational studies; recommends modifications to business license and privileged license programs; policies and procedures as appropriate. • Directs the application and processing functions for business license, including the review of business license applications for compliance with appropriate codes and state statutes and oversees collecting accurate business license fees. • Coordinates enforcement activities and identifies businesses that are delinquent in paying license fees; shuts down businesses for code violations. • Resolves the most complex licensing issues and problems pertaining to the components of the business license approval process or enforcement activity including the explanation of fees, taxes, licensing procedures, laws, business licensing codes and regulations. • Reviews business license collection activity, gross sales figures and other relevant data and prepares narrative and statistical reports on collections, delinquencies and enforcement activities. • Coordinates licensing program with those of other agencies including state and local regulatory agencies and solicits information on businesses operating in the City. • Monitors and evaluates the efficiency and effectiveness of service delivery methods and procedures; recommends appropriate service and staffing levels. • Oversees the development and administration of the division's annual budget; directs the forecast of funds needed for staffing, equipment, materials and supplies; monitors and approves expenditures; implement adjustments. • Attends hearings, Council meetings, and conferences to present recommendations, answer inquiries, and represent the Department. • Maintains currency of employment regulations, industry trends, current practices, new developments, applicable laws, and employment legislation. Promotes and supports the overall mission of the City by demonstrating courteous and cooperative behavior when interacting with public and staff; acts in a manner that promotes a harmonious and effective workplace environment. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED: Education and Experience: • Bachelor's degree in public or business administration, or a closely related field • Five (5) years of professional experience in business license operations, two (2) years of which were in a supervisory role • OR an equivalent combination of education, training and experience. Required Certificates, Licenses, and Registrations: • Nevada Driver's License. Required Knowledge and Skills Required Knowledge: • Codes, ordinances, policies and procedures related to a complex business licensing function. • Principles and practices of program planning, development and evaluation. • Administrative principles and practices, including goal setting, program development, implementation and evaluation, and the management of employees. • Principles and practices of developing teams, motivating employees and managing in a team environment. • Data sampling and statistical analysis techniques. • Principles and practices of budget development and administration. • Records management principles and practices. • Principles and techniques of making effective oral presentations. • Computer applications related to the work. • Correct business English, including spelling, grammar and punctuation. Required Skills: • Planning, organizing and administering a complex program of licensing a wide variety of businesses; overseeing and performing complex problem definition and resolution activities. • Effective and efficient management of programs and staff. • Training others in policies and procedures related to the work. • Developing and implementing goals, objectives, policies, procedures and work standards. • Developing effective work teams and motivating individuals to meet goals and objectives and provide customer services in the most cost effective and efficient manner. • Interpreting, applying and explaining applicable laws, codes and regulations. • Maintaining accurate records and files. • Preparing clear and concise reports, correspondence and other written materials. • Using initiative and independent judgment within established procedural guidelines. • Using tact, discretion and prudence in working with those contacted in the course of the work. • Performing effective oral presentations to large and small groups. • Contributing effectively to the accomplishment of team or work unit goals, objectives and activities. • Establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with a variety of individuals contacted in the course of the work. PHYSICAL/MENTAL REQUIREMENTS: Mobility to work in an office setting, use standard office equipment and stamina to sit for extended periods of time; strength to lift and carry up to 20 pounds; vision to read printed materials and computer screens; and hearing and speech to communicate in person or over the telephone. WORKING ENVIRONMENT: Work is performed in an office setting. Travel required to locations throughout the City system. Regular and timely attendance is required. PRE-EMPLOYMENT SCREENING: Candidates for this position are subject to a Pre-employment screening. Pre-employment screening includes but is not limited to: Local & State Criminal History Check; Federal Criminal History Check via submission of fingerprints; Drug screening. Additional Information People Group: Appointed Compensation Grade: ACE-25 Minimum Salary: 88428.58 Maximum Salary: 143801.92 Pay Basis: YEARLY
CITY OF NORTH LAS VEGAS North Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
May 13, 2022
The Role: Under general direction - manages, coordinates, and directs staff, activities, and operations of the Parks Maintenance Division. Ensures proper maintenance and quality of the City's parks, trails, sports complexes, golf courses, and open spaces. Performs related duties as assigned. Sports Division - oversees the management and operations of adult sports, youth sports and allocations. Benefits and Perks: (Many of our positions offer the following) • 4-day, 36-hour workweek, Monday-Thursday, 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. (May vary by position specific needs). • 100% employer-paid Medical, Dental and Vision insurance plan option, with affordable low cost alternative plans available. • 13 paid holidays off annually. • 3 weeks of annual leave accrued each year (up to applicable maximums). • 3 weeks of sick leave accrued each year (up to applicable maximums). • Employer-paid participation in the Public Employees' Retirement System of Nevada (PERS). • Employer-paid Term Life and AD&D insurance for employees, plus dependent life insurance. • Deferred compensation 457(b) Plan, which is a government deferred compensation plan similar to a 401(k) plan. It offers both pre-tax and after-tax savings and investment options. • Annual merit increase program based on performance evaluations and/or contractual wage increases. • Complimentary access to our fully equipped fitness center at City Hall. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: (Essential and other important responsibilities and duties may include, but are not limited to, the following) • Manages parks, trails, sports complexes, golf courses, and open spaces; ensures the safety and cleanliness of these areas and equipment; inspects park grounds and submits recommendations on the upkeep, upgrade, and/or renovation of parks; manages the implementation of operational improvements and programs; ensures safety of staff and the public. • Manages, hires, trains, evaluates, and supervises Division employees; schedules, assigns, and monitors work; plans, prioritizes, and implements park maintenance activities and standards; ensures efficient, quality park operations; responds to and resolves community issues, concerns, and questions. • Participates in the development of and administers the Division budget; monitors and approves expenditures; forecasts funds, staffing, and resource requirements; develops and administers division policies; establishes operating procedures. • Serves as project supervisor for park projects, including Capital Improvement Projects (CIP); monitors facility improvements and consults with staff and contractors to ensure safety, cost effectiveness, and compliance with Department/City policies, and applicable local, state, and federal ordinances; participates in park planning review process. • Collaborates and coordinates with other City departments regarding parks and park projects. • Responsible for leadership and management of employees within the parks division including hiring, training, providing direction, frequent performance feedback, conducting performance reviews, recognition of work, career development and dismissal as necessary. MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT USED: Light Truck or Other Motor Vehicle Computer and Peripheral Equipment Office Equipment MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED: Education and Experience: • Bachelor's Degree from accredited college or university in Parks & Recreation; Horticulture; Landscaping; Business Administration; Public Administration, or closely related field. • Seven (7) years of experience in parks and facility maintenance, parks management, or related area, including four (4) years of supervisory experience. • Or, an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience. The city assesses 1 year of fulltime experience as equivalent to one year of education. Licenses and Certifications: • Must possess or obtain a valid Nevada driver's license and maintain satisfactory motor vehicle record. • Obtain (and maintain) an OSHA 30-hour card within 15 days of hire (NRS 618.983). Preferred Qualifications: • Desirable: Certified Park and Recreation Professional (CPRP) or Certified Park and Recreation Executive (CPRE) certification from National Recreation and Park Association (NRPA). Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: • Thorough knowledge of the rules, regulations, policies, and operating procedures of the Park Maintenance Division; methods, materials, tools, and equipment used in the operation, construction, and maintenance of municipal parks. • Thorough knowledge of sports programming, including adult and youth sports; and Sports allocations. • Ability to use initiative and independent judgment within established procedural guidelines; demonstrate effective interpersonal relationships in bringing people together to solve problems. • Ability to speak effectively in public situations; effectively explain policies and procedures. • Skilled experience to assume management level leadership responsibilities and make appropriate decisions; Prepare reports and present statistical information; Evaluate and interpret data and performance outcome measures. • Develop and manage budgets; set priorities and goals. Train and supervise the work of others Working Conditions: • Mobility to work in a typical office setting, use standard office equipment, and to drive a motor vehicle in order to visit work sites and attend meetings; vision to read printed materials and a computer screen; and hearing and speech to communicate in person or over the telephone. • While performing the essential functions of this job the employee is occasionally exposed to outdoor weather conditions. • Working conditions are typically moderately quiet but are occasionally loud. • May be required to wear personal protective equipment. • Regular and timely attendance is required; employee may be required to work an alternative schedule, outside of normal business hours, which may include evenings, weekends, holidays and/or extended hours. PRE-EMPLOYMENT SCREENING: Candidates for this position are subject to a Pre-employment screening. Pre-employment screening includes but is not limited to: Local and State Criminal History Check; Federal Criminal History Check via submission of fingerprints, and a drug screen. Additional Information People Group: Appointed Compensation Grade: ACE-25 Minimum Salary: 88428.58 Maximum Salary: 143801.92 Pay Basis: YEARLY
CITY OF NORTH LAS VEGAS North Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
May 13, 2022
The Role: Under general direction - plans, coordinates, and manages the activities, staff and operations of the Recreation Division; ensures the proper maintenance and quality of the City's recreation and aquatics facilities and event venues; oversees the development, implementation and execution of innovative and diverse special events, recreation programs, aquatics programs and services that meet the needs of the community; and performs related duties as assigned. Benefits and Perks: (Many of our positions offer the following) • 4-day, 36-hour workweek, Monday-Thursday, 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. (May vary by position specific needs). • 100% employer-paid Medical, Dental and Vision insurance plan option, with affordable low cost alternative plans available. • 13 paid holidays off annually. • 3 weeks of annual leave accrued each year (up to applicable maximums). • 3 weeks of sick leave accrued each year (up to applicable maximums). • Employer-paid participation in the Public Employees' Retirement System of Nevada (PERS). • Employer-paid Term Life and AD&D insurance for employees, plus dependent life insurance. • Deferred compensation 457(b) Plan, which is a government deferred compensation plan similar to a 401(k) plan. It offers both pre-tax and after-tax savings and investment options. • Annual merit increase program based on performance evaluations and/or contractual wage increases. • Complimentary access to our fully equipped fitness center at City Hall. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: (Essential and other important responsibilities and duties may include, but are not limited to, the following) • Manages, hires, trains, evaluates and supervises Division employees; schedules, assigns and monitors work. Leads, supervises, and develops staff. Establishes Recreation Division operating procedures. • Plans, coordinates, and manages the operations of City-wide special events, recreation programs, aquatics programs, services and facilities. • Develops and implements strategies to meet City recreation goals and objectives; evaluates programs and events, facilities, services, performance measures, community participation, program integration results, and staff productivity. • Identifies issues and recommends and implements solutions that meet the needs of the community. • Oversees contract development and facilities management. Monitors, plans, and oversees the Recreation Division budget and associated grant budgets; provides direction to staff regarding expenditures and budget issues; makes decisions on the allocation and re-direction of funds; monitors revenue, cost recovery, and grant funding. • Establishes service levels, and works with department staff to ensure service levels are maintained; identifies and resolves issues; manages customer and staff interactions; and responds to customer inquiries. • Researches best practices and national initiatives in the recreation and special event industry and aligns with the needs of the community; assists in the planning and development of diversified parks and recreational development projects and programs; participates in the development of short and long-range strategic plans for a comprehensive delivery system. • Collaborates with other City departments/divisions, agencies and groups to provide a broad spectrum of special events and entertainment programs for local and regional populations. • Responsible for leadership and management of employees within the recreation division including hiring, training, providing direction, frequent performance feedback, conducting performance reviews, recognition of work, career development and dismissal as necessary. MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT USED: Light Truck or Other Motor Vehicle Computer and Peripheral Equipment Office Equipment MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED: Education and Experience: • Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in Parks and Recreation, Business Administration, Public Administration, or a closely related field. • Seven (7) years of increasingly responsible experience in recreation services involving development, operations, and program and event management, including four (4) years of supervisory or management experience. • Or, an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience. The city assesses 1 year of fulltime experience as equivalent to one year of education. Preferred Qualifications: • Must possess or obtain a valid Nevada driver's license and maintain satisfactory motor vehicle record. • Desirable: Certified Park and Recreation Professional (CPRP) or Certified Park and Recreational Executive (CPRE) from National Recreation and Park Association (NRPA). • Desirable: Master's Degree Parks and Recreation, Business Administration, Public Administration, or a closely related field. • Desirable: Experience in outdoor entertainment or event planning involving live entertainment, special events and corporate sponsorships. • May be required to obtain American Red Cross Standard First Aid and CPR Certifications within one (1) year of hire. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: • Thorough knowledge of the rules, regulations, policies, and operating procedures of the Recreation Division. Program planning, development and management programs and practices for municipal recreation services. • Planning, design and development trends in recreation facilities; management and personnel administration methods, techniques and policies; local community resources and regional community services programs; techniques and practices for effective, efficient and cost effective management of allocated resources; City, county, state and Federal laws, regulations and ordinances related to recreation programs; general knowledge of accounting & budgeting practices in a municipal government agency; City organization, operations, policies and procedures. • Ability to use initiative and independent judgment within established procedural guidelines; demonstrate effective interpersonal relationships in bringing people together to solve problems; communicate effectively verbally and in writing; speak and present information to the public in various venues; effectively explain policies and procedures; establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work; read, understand, interpret, and apply City policies and procedures. • Skills necessary to assume management level leadership responsibilities and make appropriate decisions; analyzing community services issues, evaluating alternatives, and make logical recommendations based on findings; assessing community needs and developing solutions; collecting data, preparing special reports, and effectively presenting statistical information; evaluating and interpreting program results and performance outcome measures; developing and managing budgets; setting priorities and goals; planning, assigning, training and supervising the work of others. Working Conditions: • Mobility to work in a typical office setting, use standard office equipment, and to drive a motor vehicle in order to visit work sites, attend meetings; work in outdoor environment (Amphitheatre, park, or aquatic center); vision to read printed materials and a computer screen; and hearing and speech to communicate in person or over the telephone. • While performing the essential functions of this job the employee is occasionally exposed to outdoor weather conditions. • Working conditions are typically moderately quiet but are occasionally loud. • May be required to wear personal protective equipment. • Regular and timely attendance is required; employee may be required to work an alternative schedule, outside of normal business hours, which may include evenings, weekends, holidays and/or extended hours. PRE-EMPLOYMENT SCREENING: Candidates for this position are subject to a Pre-employment screening. Pre-employment screening includes but is not limited to: Local and State Criminal History Check; Federal Criminal History Check via submission of fingerprints, and a drug screen. Additional Information People Group: Appointed Compensation Grade: ACE-25 Minimum Salary: 88428.58 Maximum Salary: 143801.92 Pay Basis: YEARLY
CITY OF NORTH LAS VEGAS North Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
May 13, 2022
The Public Information Officer coordinates and implements the City's communication programs, activities, efforts, and special projects; performs complex and sensitive work as the public spokesperson, media liaison and information provider; news releases, news conferences and other media events; coordinates and contributes to the City's website and publications; provides on communication strategies to the City Council, City Manager and City departments. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: (Duties may include, but are not limited to, the following) • Performs media services for the City including media relations, public relations, speech writing, advertising and marketing programs in support of the City Council, City Manager and all City departments. • Prepares informational materials such as media releases, brochures, reports, articles and other materials for various audiences; conducts background research to prepare materials; writes and edits copy; produces and collects visual collateral; establishes timelines and schedules. • Assists in the facilitation of thorough, accurate coverage; prepare concise, factual briefing papers for distribution to media, department heads, senior staff, and others. • Contributes to and helps coordinate the City's social media strategy and website; provides regular updates on City events, Council appearances, City news, etc. • Develops and creates graphics and digital materials, including flyers, photos, videos, brochures, newsletters, displays, signs, inserts, ads, charts, maps and other graphic materials; recommends the selection of vendors; coordinates production and distribution of materials. • Represents the City at business, civic, industry and governmental meetings; develops and conducts presentations for appearances before community groups. • Serves as a City spokesperson and liaison during typical and emergency situations; responds to public records requests. • Maintains effective relationships with staff of other government entities such as other cities, the county, the state, the federal government and regional districts. • Assists in the coordination, development and implementation of City-wide external and internal communications to promote the public's awareness of City services, successes and accomplishments. • Organizes and oversees various special events and public presentations; serves as special event coordinator and emcee; maintains event calendar. • Performs other related duties as required. QUALIFICATIONS: Education and Experience: • Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in public relations, marketing, journalism, communications, or a closely related field;, and, • Minimum of three (3) years recent professional work experience in public relations, marketing, journalism, communications, media coverage or related area. • Demonstrated experience required in working in a high profile position dealing with topics under intense public and media scrutiny. • Or, an equivalent combination of education, training or experience that provides the knowledge, skills and abilities in public relations, marketing, journalism, communications, media coverage or related area. The City assesses one (1) year of fulltime experience as equivalent to one (1) year of education. • Fluency in Spanish, both orally and in written, is preferred. Licenses and Certifications: • Must possess or obtain a valid Nevada driver's license and maintain satisfactory motor vehicle record. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: • Ability to understand the organization and operation of the City departments and divisions. • Developing and maintaining effective media relations; developing and maintaining effective working relationships with City team members and external partners. • Preparing and editing effective written informational and educational materials; research, program analysis, speech writing, and report preparation. • Project development and implementation. • Ability to perform responsible and difficult administrative work in a high-profile position dealing with topics under intense public and media scrutiny and respond rapidly as situations change. • Being proactive and using initiative and independent judgement within established guidelines. • Ability to interpret, explain, apply and enforce federal, state and local policies, laws and regulations and City policies and procedures. • Ability to communicate clearly and concisely; English usage, spelling, grammar and punctuation both orally and in writing. MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT USED: General Office Equipment Personal Computer Audio/Visual Equipment Adobe Creative Cloud Apps WORKING CONDITIONS: • Works in a normal office environment where there is little or no physical discomfort associated with changes in weather or discomfort associated with noise, dust, dirt and the like. • As necessary, attends meetings and events outside of normal working hours; may be required to respond to urgent situations during evenings, weekends, and holidays. • Exerting up to 25 pounds of force occasionally and/or a negligible amount of force constantly to move objects. Must be able to lift a minimum of 15 pounds unassisted. • The worker is required to have close visual acuity to perform an activity such as: preparing and analyzing data and figures; transcribing; viewing a computer terminal and extensive reading. • The worker is subject to both environmental conditions: Activities occur inside and outside. • Regular and timely attendance is required. PRE-EMPLOYMENT SCREENING: Candidates for this position are subject to a Pre-employment screening. Pre-employment screening includes but is not limited to: Local & State Criminal History Check; Federal Criminal History Check via submission of fingerprints; and a drug screen. Benefits and Perks: (Many of our positions offer the following) • 4-day, 36-hour workweek, Monday-Thursday, 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. (May vary by position specific needs). • 100% employer-paid Medical, Dental and Vision insurance plan option, with affordable low cost alternative plans available. • 13 paid holidays off annually. • 3 weeks of annual leave accrued each year (up to applicable maximums). • 3 weeks of sick leave accrued each year (up to applicable maximums). • Employer-paid participation in the Public Employees' Retirement System of Nevada (PERS). • Employer-paid Term Life and AD&D insurance for employees, plus dependent life insurance. • Deferred compensation 457(b) Plan, which is a government deferred compensation plan similar to a 401(k) plan. It offers both pre-tax and after-tax savings and investment options. • Annual merit increase program based on performance evaluations and/or contractual wage increases. • Complimentary access to our fully equipped fitness center at City Hall. Additional Information People Group: Appointed Compensation Grade: ACE-20 Minimum Salary: 60952.37 Maximum Salary: 97438.71 Pay Basis: YEARLY
CITY OF NORTH LAS VEGAS North Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
May 08, 2022
JOB SUMMARY : Under direct supervision, independently carries out programs for both indoor and outdoor parks and recreation activities. Works directly with program participants in a physically active recreation program environment. Recreation program assignments are varied and may include early childhood, aquatics, golf course, sports (adult and youth), class instruction, seniors, mobile recreation, special events, safekey (before and after school - elementary youth), and day camp. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS : (Duties may include, but are not limited to, the following) Assists in setting-up and conducting recreational activities, field trips, and events. Registers participants and collects fees for activities and concessions. Maintains and submits records and reports, handles money and makes up deposits, organizes registration forms, medical forms, and reviews and submits incident reports. Provides quality customer service to facilitate recreation programs and activities. Monitors and checks out athletic and game equipment. Responds to public and internal phone inquires and provides basic program information. Actively prepares, demonstrates, instructs and supervises small group recreational programs and activities. Assists with maintaining various program and participation records. Maintains a safe orderly environment during recreational activities. Performs general cleaning as needed to maintain a safe and sanitary facility. Regular and timely attendance is required. Performs other related duties as assigned. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED : Training and Experience: Any combination of participation, education, training, volunteer or paid experience that demonstrates the ability to assist with parks and recreation program services at an entry level. Licenses and Certifications: The below required certifications must remain valid and current during employment for the City: Standard First Aid and CPR Certificate within three months of hire/reassignment. May require a valid Nevada driver's license and satisfactory motor vehicle record. May require a Clark County Health Card within three months of hire/reassignment. May require a Techniques of Alcohol Management card at time of hire/reassignment. Skill: Understand, follow and implement recreational and wellness related events and programs. Using tact, discretion, initiative and independent judgment within established guidelines. Communicating clearly and effectively, orally and in writing. Maintain a quality customer service relationship with individuals of all ages, race, ability, and socio economic level. Additional Information People Group: Temporary Compensation Grade: TMP-4 Minimum Salary: 12 Maximum Salary: 12 Pay Basis: HOURLY
CITY OF NORTH LAS VEGAS North Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
May 08, 2022
JOB SUMMARY : Under direct supervision, independently carries out programs for both indoor and outdoor parks and recreation activities. Works directly with program participants in a physically active recreation program environment. Recreation program assignments are varied and may include early childhood, aquatics, golf course, sports (adult and youth), class instruction, seniors, mobile recreation, special events, safekey (before and after school - elementary youth), and day camp. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS : (Duties may include, but are not limited to, the following) Assists in setting-up and conducting recreational activities, field trips, and events. Registers participants and collects fees for activities and concessions. Maintains and submits records and reports, handles money and makes up deposits, organizes registration forms, medical forms, and reviews and submits incident reports. Provides quality customer service to facilitate recreation programs and activities. Monitors and checks out athletic and game equipment. Responds to public and internal phone inquires and provides basic program information. Actively prepares, demonstrates, instructs and supervises small group recreational programs and activities. Assists with maintaining various program and participation records. Maintains a safe orderly environment during recreational activities. Performs general cleaning as needed to maintain a safe and sanitary facility. Regular and timely attendance is required. Performs other related duties as assigned. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED : Training and Experience: Any combination of participation, education, training, volunteer or paid experience that demonstrates the ability to assist with parks and recreation program services at an entry level. Licenses and Certifications: The below required certifications must remain valid and current during employment for the City: Standard First Aid and CPR Certificate within three months of hire/reassignment. May require a valid Nevada driver's license and satisfactory motor vehicle record. May require a Clark County Health Card within three months of hire/reassignment. May require a Techniques of Alcohol Management card at time of hire/reassignment. Skill: Understand, follow and implement recreational and wellness related events and programs. Using tact, discretion, initiative and independent judgment within established guidelines. Communicating clearly and effectively, orally and in writing. Maintain a quality customer service relationship with individuals of all ages, race, ability, and socio economic level. Additional Information People Group: Temporary Compensation Grade: TMP-4 Minimum Salary: 12 Maximum Salary: 12 Pay Basis: HOURLY
CITY OF NORTH LAS VEGAS North Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
May 08, 2022
JOB SUMMARY : Under direct supervision, independently carries out programs for both indoor and outdoor parks and recreation activities. Works directly with program participants in a physically active recreation program environment. Recreation program assignments are varied and may include early childhood, aquatics, golf course, sports (adult and youth), class instruction, seniors, mobile recreation, special events, safekey (before and after school - elementary youth), and day camp. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS : (Duties may include, but are not limited to, the following) Assists in setting-up and conducting recreational activities, field trips, and events. Registers participants and collects fees for activities and concessions. Maintains and submits records and reports, handles money and makes up deposits, organizes registration forms, medical forms, and reviews and submits incident reports. Provides quality customer service to facilitate recreation programs and activities. Monitors and checks out athletic and game equipment. Responds to public and internal phone inquires and provides basic program information. Actively prepares, demonstrates, instructs and supervises small group recreational programs and activities. Assists with maintaining various program and participation records. Maintains a safe orderly environment during recreational activities. Performs general cleaning as needed to maintain a safe and sanitary facility. Regular and timely attendance is required. Performs other related duties as assigned. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED : Training and Experience: Any combination of participation, education, training, volunteer or paid experience that demonstrates the ability to assist with parks and recreation program services at an entry level. Licenses and Certifications: The below required certifications must remain valid and current during employment for the City: Standard First Aid and CPR Certificate within three months of hire/reassignment. May require a valid Nevada driver's license and satisfactory motor vehicle record. May require a Clark County Health Card within three months of hire/reassignment. May require a Techniques of Alcohol Management card at time of hire/reassignment. Skill: Understand, follow and implement recreational and wellness related events and programs. Using tact, discretion, initiative and independent judgment within established guidelines. Communicating clearly and effectively, orally and in writing. Maintain a quality customer service relationship with individuals of all ages, race, ability, and socio economic level. Additional Information People Group: Temporary Compensation Grade: TMP-4 Minimum Salary: 12 Maximum Salary: 12 Pay Basis: HOURLY
CITY OF NORTH LAS VEGAS North Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
May 08, 2022
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: (All incumbents may not perform all duties). Assists, plans, organizes, and instructs a class in a specialized recreation area. Explains and demonstrates activity techniques to class or program participants. Prepares and/or submits orders for class materials and supplies. Observes necessary precautions to insure safety of participants. Takes appropriate actions in emergency situations. Maintains and submits attendance records and reports and submits incident reports as necessary. Orders and maintains supplies and equipment for the assigned locations. Supervises and insures class area readiness. Sets up and monitors class equipment and ensures its return in serviceable condition. Understands and implements Parks and Recreation Department Policies and procedures. Performs other related duties as required. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED : Education and Experience : Minimum age of 18. High School Diploma or equivalent. One year of experience as a Class Instructor I or m inimum of one year experience teaching and/or supervising classes in a closely related program area. Licenses and Certifications: Standard First Aid and CPR Certificate may be required at time of hire/reclassification, dependent on program area. Advanced certifications related to the program area being taught may be required. Must possess a valid state driver's license and maintain satisfactory motor vehicle record and ability to obtain appropriate Nevada state driver's license within required time frame. Additional Information People Group: Temporary Compensation Grade: TMP-4 Minimum Salary: 9.75 Maximum Salary: 9.75 Pay Basis: HOURLY
CITY OF NORTH LAS VEGAS North Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
May 08, 2022
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: (All incumbents may not perform all duties). Assists, plans, organizes, and instructs a class in a specialized recreation area. Explains and demonstrates activity techniques to class or program participants. Prepares and/or submits orders for class materials and supplies. Observes necessary precautions to insure safety of participants. Takes appropriate actions in emergency situations. Maintains and submits attendance records and reports and submits incident reports as necessary. Orders and maintains supplies and equipment for the assigned locations. Supervises and insures class area readiness. Sets up and monitors class equipment and ensures its return in serviceable condition. Understands and implements Parks and Recreation Department Policies and procedures. Performs other related duties as required. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED : Education and Experience : Minimum age of 18. High School Diploma or equivalent. One year of experience as a Class Instructor I or m inimum of one year experience teaching and/or supervising classes in a closely related program area. Licenses and Certifications: Standard First Aid and CPR Certificate may be required at time of hire/reclassification, dependent on program area. Advanced certifications related to the program area being taught may be required. Must possess a valid state driver's license and maintain satisfactory motor vehicle record and ability to obtain appropriate Nevada state driver's license within required time frame. Additional Information People Group: Temporary Compensation Grade: TMP-4 Minimum Salary: 9.75 Maximum Salary: 9.75 Pay Basis: HOURLY
CITY OF NORTH LAS VEGAS North Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
May 08, 2022
JOB SUMMARY : Under general supervision, this position is responsible for development and instruction for a variety of specialized programs and is responsible for performance of assigned lead program specialist duties.. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: (All incumbents may not perform all duties). Organizes and supervises early childhood instruction, sports, seniors, mobile recreation, and day camp. Supervises and participates in the development of curriculum and the conduct of programs for the Recreation Division. Supervises, plans and organizes a variety of activities: arts/crafts, games, special events, sports, music/dance. Schedules work shifts of assigned program specialist staff; monitors work performance of assigned program specialists staff and reports performance to assigned supervisor. Trains assigned program specialists on the policies and procedures applicable to the work. Maintains and submits records and reports, handles money and makes up deposits, organizes registration forms, medical forms, and reviews and submits incident reports. Orders and maintains supplies and equipment for the assigned locations. Attends meetings as assigned. Work with parents/guardians of participants in reference to participant's behavior and discipline. Services as department representative at assigned league play and special events. Officiate sports contests as needed. Supervises and assures building grounds and physical facilities readiness. Performs other related duties as required. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED : Education and Experience : Three years of training or experience in Recreation, Physical Education, or closely related acceptable field or two years of training or experience in Recreation, Physical Education or closely related acceptable field and one year as Program Specialist with the City of North Las Vegas. Minimum age of 18. Licenses and Certifications: May require a Standard First Aid and CPR Certificate at time of hire/reassignment. May require a Techniques of Alcohol Management card at time of hire/reassignment. May require a Clark County Health Card at time of hire/reassignment. Must possess a valid state driver's license and maintain satisfactory motor vehicle record and ability to obtain appropriate Nevada state driver's license within required time frame. Additional Information People Group: Temporary Compensation Grade: TMP-8 Minimum Salary: 14 Maximum Salary: 14 Pay Basis: HOURLY
CITY OF NORTH LAS VEGAS North Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
May 08, 2022
JOB SUMMARY : Under the direction of the recreation programmer for classes, perform a variety of duties instructing or leading individuals in a variety of recreation classes. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS Class Instructor IV - $11 per hour This position requires a minimum of 2 years of experience supervising and/or teaching a program/class directly related to the class/program area to be taught. Advanced professional certifications related to the program area being taught are preferred and may be required dependent on the program area. Incumbents will supervise/teach programs and/or classes independently. Incumbents may be responsible for the supervision of Class Instructors I - III. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: (All incumbents may not perform all duties). Assists, plans, organizes, and instructs a class in a specialized recreation area. Explains and demonstrates activity techniques to class or program participants. Prepares and/or submits orders for class materials and supplies. Observes necessary precautions to insure safety of participants. Takes appropriate actions in emergency situations. Maintains and submits attendance records and reports and submits incident reports as necessary. Orders and maintains supplies and equipment for the assigned locations. Supervises and insures class area readiness. Sets up and monitors class equipment and ensures its return in serviceable condition. Understands and implements Parks and Recreation Department Policies and procedures. Performs other related duties as required. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED : Education and Experience : Class Instructor I Minimum age of 18. High School Diploma or equivalent. Class Instructor II: In addition to the requirements of Class Instructor I: One year of experience as a Class Instructor I or Minimum of one year experience teaching and/or supervising classes in a closely related program area. Class Instructor III: In addition to the requirements of Class Instructor II: One year of experience as a Class Instructor II or Minimum of 18 months experience teaching and/or supervising classes in a closely related program area. Class Instructor IV: In addition to the requirements of Class Instructor III: One year of experience as a Class Instructor III OR Minimum of two years experience teaching and/or supervising classes in a closely related program area. Licenses and Certifications: Standard First Aid and CPR Certificate may be required at time of hire/reclassification, dependent on program area. Advanced certifications related to the program area being taught may be required. Must possess a valid state driver's license and maintain satisfactory motor vehicle record and ability to obtain appropriate Nevada state driver's license within required time frame. Additional Information People Group: Temporary Compensation Grade: TMP-8 Minimum Salary: 11 Maximum Salary: 11 Pay Basis: HOURLY
CITY OF NORTH LAS VEGAS North Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
May 08, 2022
JOB SUMMARY : Under the direction of the recreation programmer for classes, perform a variety of duties instructing or leading individuals in a variety of recreation classes. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS Class Instructor VI -$15 per hour This position requires a minimum of 5 years of experience supervising and/or teaching a program/class directly related to the class/program area to be taught. Advanced professional certifications related to the program area being taught are preferred and may be required dependent on the program area. Incumbents will supervise/teach programs and/or classes independently. Incumbents may be responsible for the supervision of Class Instructors I - V. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: (All incumbents may not perform all duties). Assists, plans, organizes, and instructs a class in a specialized recreation area. Explains and demonstrates activity techniques to class or program participants. Prepares and/or submits orders for class materials and supplies. Observes necessary precautions to insure safety of participants. Takes appropriate actions in emergency situations. Maintains and submits attendance records and reports and submits incident reports as necessary. Orders and maintains supplies and equipment for the assigned locations. Supervises and insures class area readiness. Sets up and monitors class equipment and ensures its return in serviceable condition. Understands and implements Parks and Recreation Department Policies and procedures. Performs other related duties as required. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED : Education and Experience : Class Instructor I Minimum age of 18. High School Diploma or equivalent. Class Instructor II In addition to the requirements of Class Instructor I: One year of experience as a Class Instructor I or Minimum of one year experience teaching and/or supervising classes in a closely related program area. Class Instructor III In addition to the requirements of Class Instructor II: One year of experience as a Class Instructor II or Minimum of 18 months experience teaching and/or supervising classes in a closely related program area. Class Instructor IV In addition to the requirements of Class Instructor III: One year of experience as a Class Instructor III or Minimum of two years experience teaching and/or supervising classes in a closely related program area. Class Instructor V In addition to the requirements of Class Instructor IV: One year of experience as a Class Instructor IV or Minimum of three years experience teaching and/or supervising classes in a closely related program area. Class Instructor VI In addition to the requirements of Class Instructor V: One year of experience as a Class Instructor V or Minimum of five years experience teaching and/or supervising classes in a closely related program area. Advanced certifications in the related program area may be required. CPR/First Aid certification may be required. Licenses and Certifications: Standard First Aid and CPR Certificate may be required at time of hire/reclassification, dependent on program area. Advanced certifications related to the program area being taught may be required. Must possess a valid state driver's license and maintain satisfactory motor vehicle record and ability to obtain appropriate Nevada state driver's license within required time frame. Additional Information People Group: Temporary Compensation Grade: TMP-12 Minimum Salary: 15 Maximum Salary: 15 Pay Basis: HOURLY
CITY OF NORTH LAS VEGAS North Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
May 08, 2022
JOB SUMMARY : Under general supervision, this position is responsible for development and instruction for a variety of specialized programs and is responsible for performance of assigned lead program specialist duties.. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: (All incumbents may not perform all duties). Organizes and supervises early childhood instruction, sports, seniors, mobile recreation, and day camp. Supervises and participates in the development of curriculum and the conduct of programs for the Recreation Division. Supervises, plans and organizes a variety of activities: arts/crafts, games, special events, sports, music/dance. Schedules work shifts of assigned program specialist staff; monitors work performance of assigned program specialists staff and reports performance to assigned supervisor. Trains assigned program specialists on the policies and procedures applicable to the work. Maintains and submits records and reports, handles money and makes up deposits, organizes registration forms, medical forms, and reviews and submits incident reports. Orders and maintains supplies and equipment for the assigned locations. Attends meetings as assigned. Work with parents/guardians of participants in reference to participant's behavior and discipline. Services as department representative at assigned league play and special events. Officiate sports contests as needed. Supervises and assures building grounds and physical facilities readiness. Performs other related duties as required. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED : Education and Experience : Three years of training or experience in Recreation, Physical Education, or closely related acceptable field or two years of training or experience in Recreation, Physical Education or closely related acceptable field and one year as Program Specialist with the City of North Las Vegas. Minimum age of 18. Licenses and Certifications: May require a Standard First Aid and CPR Certificate at time of hire/reassignment. May require a Techniques of Alcohol Management card at time of hire/reassignment. May require a Clark County Health Card at time of hire/reassignment. Must possess a valid state driver's license and maintain satisfactory motor vehicle record and ability to obtain appropriate Nevada state driver's license within required time frame. Additional Information People Group: Temporary Compensation Grade: TMP-8 Minimum Salary: 14 Maximum Salary: 14 Pay Basis: HOURLY
CITY OF NORTH LAS VEGAS North Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
May 08, 2022
JOB SUMMARY: ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: (All incumbents may not perform all duties). Assists, plans, organizes, and instructs a class in a specialized recreation area. Explains and demonstrates activity techniques to class or program participants. Prepares and/or submits orders for class materials and supplies. Observes necessary precautions to insure safety of participants. Takes appropriate actions in emergency situations. Maintains and submits attendance records and reports and submits incident reports as necessary. Orders and maintains supplies and equipment for the assigned locations. Supervises and insures class area readiness. Sets up and monitors class equipment and ensures its return in serviceable condition. Understands and implements Parks and Recreation Department Policies and procedures. Performs other related duties as required. Class Instructor V - $12 per hour This position requires a minimum of 3 years of experience supervising and/or teaching a program/class directly related to the class/program area to be taught. Advanced professional certifications related to the program area being taught are preferred and may be required dependent on the program area. Incumbents will supervise/teach programs and/or classes independently. Incumbents may be responsible for the supervision of Class Instructors I - IV. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED : Education and Experience : One year of experience as a Class Instructor IV or Minimum of three years experience teaching and/or supervising classes in a closely related program area. Licenses and Certifications: Standard First Aid and CPR Certificate may be required at time of hire/reclassification, dependent on program area. Advanced certifications related to the program area being taught may be required. Must possess a valid state driver's license and maintain satisfactory motor vehicle record and ability to obtain appropriate Nevada state driver's license within required time frame. Additional Information People Group: Temporary Compensation Grade: TMP-9 Minimum Salary: 12 Maximum Salary: 12 Pay Basis: HOURLY
CITY OF NORTH LAS VEGAS North Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
May 08, 2022
JOB SUMMARY : To provide support and leadership regarding the technical aspects of City and Departmental special events; perform a variety of technical tasks associated to job duties. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS : (Duties may include, but are not limited to, the following) Provide technical support at city-wide productions and events, as well as Mobile Stage rentals. Operation of small hand tools, generators, media equipment, hydraulic lifts, lighting equipment, and professional sound equipment. Train assigned employees in the methods and practices of live/recorded sound applications. Set up, test and operate various mixing consoles, power amplifiers, Front of House and Monitor speakers. Mix sound and lighting for various types of live bands and entertainment venues. Ensure safe work practices. Ensure that assigned facilities and equipment are maintained in proper working condition. Procure materials for assigned facilities. Enforce OSHA and fire regulations and enforce security of theater equipment. Mix professional sound and lighting in live entertainment settings. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED : Education and Experience: Graduation from high school or equivalent Two years of technical stage craft experience Licenses and Certifications: Possession of an appropriate, valid driver's license on date of application. CDL certification desired, but not mandatory. Skills: Methods and techniques of sound, stage and lighting. Technical understanding of quality Front of House mixes. Mixing of live and recorded sound, operation of monitor mixes; the use of compression and equalization devices as they relate to live sound applications. Must have technical ability to troubleshoot problems as related to live sound and lighting applications. Must understand principles as related to electrical currents, Ohms Law and impedance as related to the operation of professional sound equipment. Principles and practices of stage and directing techniques as applied to providing technical support. Simple stage techniques procedures, reading and writing stage plots, labeling and instrument schedules. Basic carpentry skills. Material Safety Data Sheets procedures. Occupational hazards and standard safety practices. Additional Information People Group: Temporary Compensation Grade: TMP-12 Minimum Salary: 20 Maximum Salary: 20 Pay Basis: HOURLY