Founded in 1882 and incorporated in 1952, Kingman is the county seat of Mohave County located in northwest Arizona. Come see the Grand Canyon and Route 66!

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CITY OF KINGMAN, AZ City of Kingman, Arizona, United States
Apr 09, 2024
Part Time
Job Summary CITY OF KINGMAN ASSOCIATE MAGISTRATE POSITION IS A FLSA EXEMPT, PART TIME "A" ROLE. Employees in this category are typically expected to work 20-24 hours per week, but may be asked to work additional hours on occasion. The position is eligible for pro-rated leave benefits only. $60,000/ANNUALLY (HIRE IN RANGE; DOQ) GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF POSITION A judicial officer adjudicating misdemeanor cases, civil traffic violations, city ordinances and juvenile offenses to include: traffic, alcohol, curfew, truancy, possession of firearms, graffiti, tobacco, any city ordinance and issues protective orders. Work is performed in accordance with the provisions of applicable laws and ordinances and is subject to a review by a higher court. SUPERVISION RECEIVED Work is performed independently and in accordance with the rules, regulations and policies of the Kingman Municipal Court and in accordance with Arizona Revised Statutes, Arizona Rules of Court and Mohave County Superior Court and Supreme Court Administrative Orders. SUPERVISION EXERCISED None Minimum Qualifications/Special Requirements DESIRED MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Education and experience: Juris Doctorate degree from an accredited law school and Arizona State Bar membership in good standing; Three to five (3-5) years of professional legal/judicial or related experience; Any equivalent combination of education and experience sufficient to successfully perform the essential duties of the job. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS Admission to the Arizona State Bar Association. Must complete 16 hours continuing education each calendar year as approved by the Committee on Judicial Education and Training (COJET) to include Ethics. Before assuming office, or within the first twelve months of assuming office, a new judge shall complete a new judge orientation program as approved by COJET. Must possess valid Arizona Driver’s License. Must successfully complete extensive pre-employment background check. Essential Functions ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES Essential Functions are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills. They are intended to be accurate summaries of what the job classification involves and what is required to perform it. Presides over initial appearances, arraignments, motions, pre-trial conferences, civil traffic hearings, probation violation hearings, restitution hearings, jury and non-jury trials and sentencings, and other hearings coming before the court. Adjudicating all complaints that are filed and within the jurisdiction of the Court. Approves bonds and signs criminal warrants and other legal documents. Enters legal decisions into the court file. Shall comply with statistical reporting, jury management and records management policies and procedures established by the Supreme Court. Researches, explains and applies laws, rules, and regulations. Provides legal decisions to defendants, attorneys, and Court staff. Elicits pertinent information and confines witnesses and litigants to relevant issues. Discusses the social implications of offenses with defendants. Confers with attorneys. Gives information on citizens' rights, and court procedures and policies. Communicates with City Magistrate, court staff, other City employees, attorneys, representatives from other agencies, and the general public to establish and maintain effective working relationships. Imposes sentence commensurate to the offense and within the parameters allowed by law. Regular attendance is an essential function of this job to ensure continuity. May occasionally require some work on evenings, weekends, holidays. PERIPHERAL DUTIES Any other judicial duties as determined by the Presiding City Magistrate of the Municipal Court. Miscellaneous NECESSARY KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES Knowledge: Rules of judicial conduct, Arizona rule of court and criminal law, traffic offenses, laws relating to juveniles, Kingman City ordinances, and related laws and regulations applicable to a city court? City court procedures and operational practices? Various correctional methods and their successes? and underlying social factors involved in cases coming before the court. Skills: Presiding over courtroom hearings; listening and determining facts, making decisions; and interpreting laws and applying them; effective written and oral communication. Abilities: Ability to establish effective working relationships with the City Magistrate, public, the City Council, the City Staff and those coming before the court; Maintain a fair and impartial attitude; Uphold the integrity of the Court: Hear and dispose of cases; Analyze evidence and data presented in court and apply existing law. COMMITMENT TO SAFETY AND WELLNESS It is the policy of the City of Kingman to ensure a safe, healthful workplace for all its employees. It requires that every person in the organization assumes the responsibility of individual and organizational safety. Injury and illness losses from incidents are costly and preventable. The City of Kingman will employ an effective accident and illness prevention program and a comprehensive wellness program that involves all its employees in the effort to eliminate workplace hazards and promote employee health and wellness. All employees are expected and encouraged to participate in safety and wellness program activities including the following: reporting hazards, unsafe work practices and accidents immediately to their supervisors or a safety committee representative; wearing required personal protective equipment; and participating in and supporting safety committee activities. WORK ENVIRONMENT The work environment characteristics attached to the job description are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. DISCLAIMER The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by individuals assigned to this position. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel in this position. This job description is subject to change as the needs and requirements of the position changes. FIND YOUR REWARDING CAREER WITH US! Personal Growth Opportunities ~ Meaningful and Challenging Work ~ Public Service Community Spirit ~ Training and Development This position is eligible for pro-rated leave benefits (vacation, sick, etc). This position is not eligible for City medical, dental and vision benefits. Closing Date/Time: 5/3/2024 5:00 PM Arizona
CITY OF KINGMAN, AZ City of Kingman, Arizona, United States
Apr 05, 2024
Full Time
Job Summary CITY OF KINGMAN CONSTRUCTION INSPECTOR SUPERVISOR ENGINEERING $29.23 - $35.08 /HOURLY $60,798-72,966/ANNUALLY (HIRE IN RANGE; DOQ) TYPICAL SCHEDULE - 5 DAYS/WEEK MONDAY TO FRIDAY | 7 AM to 4PM Learn more about our Benefits & Wellness Incentives APPLICATIONS MUST BE SUBMITTED BY 4/25/24 5:00PM OVERVIEW The City of Kingman is located in Mohave County approximately 100 miles southeast of Las Vegas and 195 miles northwest of Phoenix nestled between the beautiful Cerbat and Hualapai mountain ranges along historic Route 66. In 2019, Reader’s Digest named Kingman one of the “Nicest Places in Arizona” for its thoughtful residents and spirit of generosity. In addition to its small-town look and feel, the area also offers a wide range of recreational activities that include hiking, bike and ATV trails, camping, golf, beautiful parks, historical attractions, nearby lakes and the Colorado River. With more than 400 full and part-time employees across 30 divisions, the City of Kingman provides exceptional public services to over 30,000 residents. Our focus on high-quality customer service, safety and teamwork underpins our efforts to foster an atmosphere where citizens and businesses can thrive. For more information about the City of Kingman, please see our Open Finance Portal , Choose Kingman Economic Development page and our Go Kingman tourism page for more information. GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF POSITION Responsible for the general administration of the Inspection Division of the Engineering Department. Performs field and technical construction inspection work for environmental, water, sewer, street, and other public works projects and programs. Assures compliance with Federal, State and local codes and standards and contractual provisions. Along with providing direction, supervision, and evaluation of inspection staff, employees of this class are expected to perform highly skilled technical duties associated with inspections, and guiding staff through the inspections of capital improvements projects or private development. SUPERVISION RECEIVED Works under the general guidance and direction of Assistant City Engineer and/or City Engineer. SUPERVISION EXERCISED Exercises supervision over staff assigned to the Inspection Division of the Engineering Department. Minimum Qualifications/Special Requirements EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE Graduation from high school diploma or GED equivalent; Minimum of seven (7) years of public works improvement inspections or related experience; and Minimum of three (3) years of supervisory experience; Supplemented by one (1) year of related technical or college coursework in algebra trigonometry, physics, land surveying, civil engineering a closely related field; and Ability to obtain at least four (4) of the following within one year of hire: ATTI (Arizona Technical Testing Institute) field technician certification ATTSA (American Traffic Safety Services Association) traffic control supervisor certification ACI (American Concrete Institute) concrete field testing certification ADEQ (Arizona Department of Environmental Quality) water distribution or sewer collection Operator II Certification NICET (National Institute for Certification in Engineering Technologies) Level III certification in a civil engineering technology program APWA (American Public Works Association)public infrastructure inspector certification; or Any equivalent combination of education, experience and training which demonstrates the knowledge and experience to perform the work. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS Valid Arizona Driver's license or ability to obtain one within six (6) months. Essential Functions Essential Functions are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills. They are intended to be accurate summaries of what the job classification involves and what is required to perform it. Manages and supervises assigned operations; Plans and organizes workloads and staff assignments; Trains, motivates and evaluates assigned staff; Reviews progress and directs changes as needed. Inspects and approves all phases of public and private construction and installation of streets, curbs, gutter, sidewalk, storm drains, sewers, water lines, water meters, hydrants, service lines, fire lines, cross connection control devices and related utilities and structures as assigned to assure that the appropriate construction is completed in compliance with the plans, standards, specifications, special requirements, codes and regulations; issues correction notices or approvals as required. Inspects and assesses damage from oil, gas and water leaks to public and private property and facilities as required. Oil and/or gas leaks are reported to the Fire Department Hazardous Materials Team. Inspects construction work under excavation, clearing and grading permits. Coordinates activities and schedules with utility companies, contractors, property owners and other City departments. Resolves conflicts within scope of authority, and/or refers conflicts to Assistant City Engineer or City Engineer. Inspects to assure compliance with local, State and Federal standards for any right-of-way, street use, and other permits issued to private utilities or contractors. Checks for proper use and placement of traffic control devices to assure compliance with the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD). Provides information and responds to inquiries from contractors, property owners, staff, and the general public regarding assigned public works projects. Maintains a variety of logs and records related to employees, work assignments and inspection activities. Performs work in accordance with safety policies and procedures. Ensures that department management is informed of critical issues. Represents the Engineering Department in meetings, with contractors, engineers, developers, and other public agencies as required. Demonstrates continuous efforts to improve operations, decrease turnaround times and streamline the inspection work processes. Provides guidance, training and supervision to inspection staff on policies, practices and procedures, design and inspection within the public right of way. Compiles information and prepares construction reports as required. Assists in facilitating resolution of construction related conflicts. Handles complex technical problems, customer inquiries and complaints. Exercises considerable independent judgment during inspection of engineering projects with several jobs occurring at the same time. Ensures good workmanship, structural soundness, and aesthetics of engineering projects. Provides adequate documentation for ADEQ for testing of all water lines and sewer lines. Ensures safety of self while performing inspection on sites to include traversing, entering and exiting sites. Recognizes appropriate OSHA requirements and traffic control protocols are in place prior to placing self into the area of inspection. Ensures that construction projects create no hazards, avoidable nuisances, or damages to private or public property. Accurately read and interpret maps, specifications, drawings, and blueprints. Performs all duties in conformance to appropriate safety and security standards. Communicates and acts in a professional manner with the public, assigned employees, co-workers, and work contacts. Provides excellent customer service to all contacts. Regular attendance is an essential function of this job to ensure continuity. Performs all work duties and activities in accordance with City policies and procedures; follows safety policies and practices, works in a safe manner, and immediately reports unsafe activity and conditions to supervisor(s). PERIPHERAL DUTIES Reviews field staking and makes revisions within scope of authority; or refers matter to Assistant City Engineer or City Engineer for final interpretation and resolution. May serve on various employee or other committees as assigned. Serves as a member of survey crew or flagging as needed. Performs related duties as assigned. Performs special assignments as requested. Miscellaneous KNOWLEDGE Considerable knowledge of civil engineering principles, practices and methods as applicable to a municipal setting; Public works inspection methods; Applicable laws, standards and regulations relating to construction, inspection, safety and traffic control; Working knowledge of personal computers and software (word processing, spreadsheets, project and scheduling - Trakit, etc.); Occupational hazards, related Federal and State OSHA regulations and standard safety precautions. SKILLS Skill in reading and interpreting construction drawings, plans and specifications; Operating listed tools and equipment; Applying material testing and procedures; Preparing and maintaining clear, concise and accurate records and reports; Using computers and job-related software applications; Troubleshooting problems; Working in a team environment; Providing customer service; and Communication, interpersonal skills as applied to interaction with coworkers, supervisor, the general public, etc. sufficient to exchange or convey information and to provide work direction, guidance and supervision of assigned staff; Read and interpret basic maps and blueprints. ABILITIES Ability to: Accurately read and comprehend construction plans; Prepare, organize and maintain inspection field and office data, reports and systems; Perform required mathematical computations; Prepare accurate quantity and cost estimates; Work effectively with multiple inspections on a variety of capital improvement projects; Effectively communicate complex technical information, orally and in writing, to contractors, developers, property owners, employees, consultants, other governmental agency representatives, City officials, and the general public; Coordinate and organize work activities for division and staff; Detect poor workmanship, inferior materials, and potential hazards and recommend or stipulate appropriate remedial measure; Establish and maintain effective working relationships with assigned employees, coworkers, supervisor, other departments and the public; Understand and carry out written and oral instructions; Follow and maintain safety standards, and identify safety problems; Promote and adhere to safe work practices; Carry out assigned projects to their completion; Use appropriate tact and consideration in dealing with customer complaints and questions; Adapt to changing work priorities, accept changes in project schedules and meet deadlines; Work independently, and as a team, to complete daily activities according to work schedule; Supervise, guide and evaluate others in the work they are performing; Use equipment and tools properly and safely; Perform in adverse weather conditions; Wear OSHA required personal protective equipment; Bend or stoop repeatedly or continually while performing inspections; Traverse safely over rough, uneven, sloping, or rocky surfaces or terrain, and maneuver around scaffolding, bracing, or unfinished construction elements. WORK ENVIRONMENT The work environment characteristics attached to the job description are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. See Physical Demands. COMMITMENT TO SAFETY & WELLNESS It is the policy of the City of Kingman to ensure a safe, healthful workplace for all its employees. It requires that every person in the organization assumes the responsibility of individual and organizational safety. Injury and illness losses from incidents are costly and preventable. The City of Kingman will employ an effective accident and illness prevention program and a comprehensive wellness program that involves all its employees in the effort to eliminate workplace hazards and promote employee health and wellness. All employees are expected and encouraged to participate in safety and wellness program activities including the following: reporting hazards, unsafe work practices and accidents immediately to their supervisors or a safety committee representative; wearing required personal protective equipment; and participating in and supporting safety committee activities. DISCLAIMER The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by individuals assigned to this position. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel in this position. This job description is subject to change as the needs and requirements of the position changes. FIND YOUR REWARDING CAREER WITH US! Personal Growth Opportunities ~ Meaningful and Challenging Work ~ Public Service Community Spirit ~ Training and Development 2023-2024 Benefit Guide (PDF) Health Excellent medical, dental and vision insurance. Telemedicine available through BlueCare Anywhere for general medical and behavioral health. Flexible spending (FSA) or health savings accounts (HSA). Employer contribution to HSA equivalent to 50% of plan-year deductible. This is currently $750 for Single Coverage and $1,500 for Family Coverage. Employer-paid group basic life insurance coverage for employee and dependents on medical plan. Supplemental group insurance and third-party options available. Virgin Pulse, our comprehensive well-being platform designed to push you towardsgood health in mind, body and spirit. Participation incentives with up to $300 redeemable annually. Work/Life support services through the SupportLincEmployee Assistance Program (EAP). Six free counseling visits annually. Leave 12 paid holidays , including a floating birthday holiday each year. 16-35 paid vacation days per year. 6.15 hrs. 1-5 years; 7.69 hrs. 5-10 yrs.; 9.23 hrs. 10-15 yrs.; 10.77 hrs. 15+ yrs. Shift fire personnel accrue leave at 1/3 more per pay period. 3.69 sick hrs per pay period (approx. 9-12 sick days per year). Shift fire personnel accrue leave at 1/3 more per pay period. Part-time/seasonal employees earn 1 hours of sick time for every 30 hours worked. Other leave types available, including: 10 hours of Volunteer Time Off (VTO). Up to 5 days for bereavement. Jury Duty. Military Training, and more. Leave donation program. Financial Tuition reimbursement up to $4,500 annually. Shift differential pay (2nd & 3rd shift). Bonus Programs. Skill-based, Certification & Bilingual Pay. Clothing Allowance for Uniformed Personnel. Recognition & Appreciation Quarterly Performance Conversations (TrakStar). Mission, Vision, Values (MVV) Excellence Awards. Safety Awards. Service Awards at 5, 10, 15, 20+ years of service. Biannual All-Employee BBQ Lunch. Annual Employee Pool Party. Retirement City matching to AZ State Retirement System & Long Term Disability (ASRS). Additional retirement solutions available through optional third-party on pre-tax basis, including457-deferred compensation and Roth IRA. Closing Date/Time: 4/25/2024 5:00 PM Arizona
CITY OF KINGMAN, AZ City of Kingman, Arizona, United States
Mar 08, 2024
Job Summary CITY OF KINGMAN VOLUNTEER YOUTH BASKETBALL/VOLLEYBALL COACH CITY OF KINGMAN RECREATION DEPARTMENT Are you looking for an exciting opportunity to volunteer and serve the beautiful community of Kingman, AZ? Look no further! The Parks & Recreation Department is seeking individuals willing to volunteer their time to help coach in our youth sports programs (volleyball and basketball). We are currently seeking volunteers for youth basketball for children 6-12 years old. The season will run from early January through the first week of March. Whether you have a lot of time to give or just a couple hours a week, we would love to have you involved. As a volunteer for the Parks & Recreation Department, you will be an ambassador of good will for the City of Kingman. Volunteer positions are unpaid. For more information about the City of Kingman, please see our Open Finance Portal , Choose Kingman Economic Development page and our Go Kingman tourism page for more information. We are currently seeking volunteers to fill the Youth Basketball Coach openings. Please see the descriptions for these roles below. Minimum Qualifications/Special Requirements Education and Experience: Minimum of 16 years of age or older. Some experience and or knowledge of said sport(s) required. Some experience working with the public preferred. Graduation from high school or GED equivalent preferred. Essential Functions Coach: The coach sets the tone for the team and is responsible for assisting the players with skills of the sport involved. He or she will attend practices and games as they are set in advance. The coach provides materials and information to parents. It is the duty of the coach to provide an excellent experience to the youth and families involved. Always maintain control of the participants while they are in the gym for the benefit of all who play. Ensure that player adheres to the rules and regulations that are set for our players. Maintain proper equipment and keep in communication with Gym Supervisor and Recreation Coordinator. Do not leave players unattended once practice or games are complete. Keep in communication with families to insure proper drop off and pick up times. Miscellaneous Knowledge: Basic knowledge and the fundamentals of the game of said sport(s) to assist with players; customer service principles and practices; recordkeeping practices; Basic principles and practices in assigned area of responsibility; Federal OSHA and State and County regulations and City policies regarding safe work practices. Skills: Demonstrated skill in dealing tactfully and courteously with players, and providing positive and friendly customer service. Abilities: Understand and follow directions given by supervisor; Communicate clearly; Use equipment and tools properly and safely; Maintain clean and orderly work area; Adapt to changing work priorities; Interpret rules, regulations, and policies and apply knowledge; Participate in set-up, break down and close of practice and games, which may include site prep, rearranging moving furniture and equipment. Work Environment: The work environment characteristics listed in the descriptions are representative of those a volunteer encounters while performing the essential functions of the role. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Commitment to Safety and Wellness: It is the policy of the City of Kingman to ensure a safe, healthful workplace for all its employees and volunteers. It requires that every person in the organization assumes the responsibility of individual and organizational safety. Injury and illness losses from incidents are costly and preventable. The City of Kingman will employ an effective accident and illness prevention program and a comprehensive wellness program that involves all its employees and volunteers in the effort to eliminate workplace hazards and promote health and wellness. All employees and volunteers are expected and encouraged to participate in safety and wellness program activities including the following: reporting hazards, unsafe work practices and accidents immediately to their supervisors or a safety committee representative; wearing required personal protective equipment; and participating in and supporting safety committee activities. Disclaimer: The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by individuals assigned to this position. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of volunteers in this position. This job description is subject to change as the needs and requirements of the position changes. Personal Growth Opportunities ~ Meaningful and Challenging Work ~ Public Service Community Spirit ~ Training and Development Volunteers are not eligible for benefits. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
CITY OF KINGMAN, AZ City of Kingman, Arizona, United States
Mar 08, 2024
Job Summary CITY OF KINGMAN VOLUNTEER PROGRAMS AND EVENTS CITY OF KINGMAN RECREATION DEPARTMENT Are you looking for an exciting opportunity to volunteer and serve the beautiful community of Kingman, AZ? Look no further! The Parks & Recreation Department is seeking individuals willing to volunteer their time to help in programs or special events as needed. We are currently seeking volunteers for any upcoming events and as assistants in youth classes. We recruit year round as we never know when the need becomes available. Whether you have a lot of time to give or just a couple hours a week, we would love to have you involved. As a volunteer for the Parks & Recreation Department, you will be an ambassador of good will for the City of Kingman. Volunteer positions are unpaid. For more information about the City of Kingman, please see our Open Finance Portal , Choose Kingman Economic Development page and our Go Kingman tourism page for more information. Minimum Qualifications/Special Requirements Education and Experience: Minimum of 16 years of age or older. Some experience and or knowledge of said sport(s) required. Some experience working with the public preferred. Graduation from high school or GED equivalent preferred. Essential Functions The volunteer helps set the tone for the team and is responsible for assisting the participants with skills in a specific class or aiding in special events. He or she will attend classes as they are set in advance. The volunteer may relay materials and information to parents. It is the duty of the volunteer to provide an excellent experience to the youth and families involved. Always maintain control of the participants while they are in the class or event for the benefit of all involved. Ensure that participants adheres to the rules and regulations that are set for our participants. Maintain proper equipment and keep in communication with Instructor, Supervisor and Recreation Coordinators. Do not leave participants unattended. Keep in communication with families to insure proper drop off and pick up times. Miscellaneous Knowledge: Basic knowledge and the fundamentals of the program or activity; customer service principles and practices; recordkeeping practices; Basic principles and practices in assigned area of responsibility; Federal OSHA and State and County regulations and City policies regarding safe work practices. Skills: Demonstrated skill in dealing tactfully and courteously with participants, and providing positive and friendly customer service. Abilities: Understand and follow directions given by supervisor; Communicate clearly; Use equipment and tools properly and safely; Maintain clean and orderly work area; Adapt to changing work priorities; Interpret rules, regulations, and policies and apply knowledge; Participate in set-up, break down and close of programs and activities, which may include site prep, rearranging moving furniture and equipment. Work Environment: The work environment characteristics listed in the descriptions are representative of those a volunteer encounters while performing the essential functions of the role. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Commitment to Safety and Wellness: It is the policy of the City of Kingman to ensure a safe, healthful workplace for all its employees and volunteers. It requires that every person in the organization assumes the responsibility of individual and organizational safety. Injury and illness losses from incidents are costly and preventable. The City of Kingman will employ an effective accident and illness prevention program and a comprehensive wellness program that involves all its employees and volunteers in the effort to eliminate workplace hazards and promote health and wellness. All employees and volunteers are expected and encouraged to participate in safety and wellness program activities including the following: reporting hazards, unsafe work practices and accidents immediately to their supervisors or a safety committee representative; wearing required personal protective equipment; and participating in and supporting safety committee activities. Disclaimer: The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by individuals assigned to this position. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of volunteers in this position. This job description is subject to change as the needs and requirements of the position changes. Personal Growth Opportunities ~ Meaningful and Challenging Work ~ Public Service Community Spirit ~ Training and Development Volunteers are not eligible for benefits. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
CITY OF KINGMAN, AZ City of Kingman, Arizona, United States
Mar 08, 2024
Full Time
Job Summary CITY OF KINGMAN WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT OPERATOR II PUBLIC WORKS - WASTEWATER DIVISION $45,385.60 - $54,454.00/ANNUALLY $21.82 - $26.18/HOURLY MAY UNDERFILL AS WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT OPERATOR I $20.78-$24.93 DOQ POSITION IS FLSA NON-EXEMPT Learn more about our Benefits & Wellness Incentives . POSITION OPEN UNTIL FILLED OVERVIEW The City of Kingman is located in Mohave County approximately 100 miles southeast of Las Vegas and 195 miles northwest of Phoenix nestled between the beautiful Cerbat and Hualapai mountain ranges along historic Route 66. In 2019, Reader’s Digest named Kingman one of the “Nicest Places in Arizona” for its thoughtful residents and spirit of generosity. In addition to its small-town look and feel, the area also offers a wide range of recreational activities that include hiking, bike and ATV trails, camping, golf, beautiful parks, historical attractions, nearby lakes and the Colorado River. With more than 400 full and part-time employees across 30 divisions, the City of Kingman provides exceptional public services to over 30,000 residents. Our focus on high-quality customer service, safety and teamwork underpins our efforts to foster an atmosphere where citizens and businesses can thrive. For more information about the City of Kingman, please see our Open Finance Portal , Choose Kingman Economic Development page and our Go Kingman tourism page for more information. GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF POSITION Performs a variety of semi-skilled and skilled technical and maintenance work in the operation, maintenance and repair of wastewater treatment and reclaimed water facilities. SUPERVISION RECEIVED Works under the supervision of the Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator Grade IV and/or Wastewater Treatment Plant Supervisor. SUPERVISION EXERCISED None Minimum Qualifications/Special Requirements EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE - WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT OPERATOR II Graduation from high school or GED equivalent, and two (2) years qualifying experience, including one (1) year of operational experience as a Grade II Certified Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator; or Two (2) years of post-secondary education in a related technical field and 1 year of qualifying experience, including one (1 ) year as a Grade II Certified Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator; or A bachelor’s degree in a qualifying discipline and one (1) year experience as a Certified Grade II wastewater treatment plant operator. SPECIAL REQUIREMENT Valid Arizona Driver's license or ability to obtain one within six months. Arizona Certification as a Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator Grade II or ability to obtain certification within one year of hiring date. EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE - WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT OPERATOR I Graduation from high school or GED equivalent, and one (1) year qualifying experience, including one (1) year of operational experience as a Grade I Certified Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator; or Two (2) years of post-secondary education in a related technical field and 1 year of qualifying experience, including one (1) year as a Grade I Certified Wastewater Treatment plant Operator; or A bachelor’s degree in a qualifying discipline and one (1) year of experience as a Certified Grade I Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator. SPECIAL REQUIREMENT Valid Arizona Driver's license and Arizona Certification as a Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator Grade I or ability to obtain certification within one year of hiring date. Essential Functions ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Monitors the performance of all equipment, gauges and charts in the treatment plant and pump stations; Records statistical data concerning plant operations; Maintains, operates, repairs and replaces equipment as necessary; Charts lab test results for trend analysis and maintains accurate records of analyses and test results; evaluates data and writes reports as required. Operates, maintains and repairs malfunctions at the wastewater treatment plant; repairs gauges, pumps, filters and other controls and equipment. Collects samples and identifies concentrations of chemical, physical or biological characteristics of wastewater required in accordance with local, state and Federal requirements; Gathers and tests wastewater samples for plant efficiency reports as required. Maintains reclaimed water standards. Performs quality control tests on lab equipment and lab analyses; evaluates procedures and results for accuracy and determines appropriate methods. Assures that plant operates within required standards as set by State and Federal Statues. Contains and disposes of hazardous wastes generated by the lab. Calibrates, modifies or repairs instrumentation and control equipment including recorders, flowmeter, SCADA and other wastewater/reclaimed water quality monitoring equipment. Cleans wet wells and operates pumps and valves to control and adjust flow and treatment process. PERIPHERAL DUTIES Serves on various employee or other committees as assigned. Maintains the drawings and schematics of electrical and other systems in the wastewater treatment plant. Monitors performance of electrical systems, circuits or equipment of the wastewater treatment/reclaimed plant. NECESSARY KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES Working knowledge of equipment, facilities, materials, methods and procedures used in wastewater/reclaimed treatment plant maintenance and operation activities; working knowledge of laboratory procedures and practices; Skill in operation of some of the listed tools and equipment. Ability to perform process control calculations; Ability to work safely; Ability to communicate effectively verbally and in writing; Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with employees, other departments and the public; Ability to understand and carry out written and oral instructions. TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT USED Motor vehicle, generators, pumps, gauges, common hand and power tools, shovels, wrenches, detection devices, mobile radio, phone, calculator, computer, electronic instrumentation and a variety of lab equipment. Miscellaneous COMMITMENT TO SAFETY AND WELLNESS It is the policy of the City of Kingman to ensure a safe, healthful workplace for all its employees. It requires that every person in the organization assumes the responsibility of individual and organizational safety. Injury and illness losses from incidents are costly and preventable. The City of Kingman will employ an effective accident and illness prevention program and a comprehensive wellness program that involves all its employees in the effort to eliminate workplace hazards and promote employee health and wellness. WORK ENVIRONMENT The work environment characteristics attached to the job description are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. See Physical Demands. DISCLAIMER The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by individuals assigned to this position. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel in this position. This job description is subject to change as the needs and requirements of the position changes. FIND YOUR REWARDING CAREER WITH US! Personal Growth Opportunities ~ Meaningful and Challenging Work ~ Public Service Community Spirit ~ Training and Development 2023-2024 Benefit Guide (PDF) Health Excellent medical, dental and vision insurance. Telemedicine available through BlueCare Anywhere for general medical and behavioral health. Flexible spending (FSA) or health savings accounts (HSA). Employer contribution to HSA equivalent to 50% of plan-year deductible. This is currently $750 for Single Coverage and $1,500 for Family Coverage. Employer-paid group basic life insurance coverage for employee and dependents on medical plan. Supplemental group insurance and third-party options available. Virgin Pulse, our comprehensive well-being platform designed to push you towardsgood health in mind, body and spirit. Participation incentives with up to $300 redeemable annually. Work/Life support services through the SupportLincEmployee Assistance Program (EAP). Six free counseling visits annually. Leave 12 paid holidays , including a floating birthday holiday each year. 16-35 paid vacation days per year. 6.15 hrs. 1-5 years; 7.69 hrs. 5-10 yrs.; 9.23 hrs. 10-15 yrs.; 10.77 hrs. 15+ yrs. Shift fire personnel accrue leave at 1/3 more per pay period. 3.69 sick hrs per pay period (approx. 9-12 sick days per year). Shift fire personnel accrue leave at 1/3 more per pay period. Part-time/seasonal employees earn 1 hours of sick time for every 30 hours worked. Other leave types available, including: 10 hours of Volunteer Time Off (VTO). Up to 5 days for bereavement. Jury Duty. Military Training, and more. Leave donation program. Financial Tuition reimbursement up to $4,500 annually. Shift differential pay (2nd & 3rd shift). Bonus Programs. Skill-based, Certification & Bilingual Pay. Clothing Allowance for Uniformed Personnel. Recognition & Appreciation Quarterly Performance Conversations (TrakStar). Mission, Vision, Values (MVV) Excellence Awards. Safety Awards. Service Awards at 5, 10, 15, 20+ years of service. Biannual All-Employee BBQ Lunch. Annual Employee Pool Party. Retirement City matching to AZ State Retirement System & Long Term Disability (ASRS). Additional retirement solutions available through optional third-party on pre-tax basis, including457-deferred compensation and Roth IRA. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
CITY OF KINGMAN, AZ City of Kingman, Arizona, United States
Mar 08, 2024
Temporary
Job Summary CITY OF KINGMAN WATER SAFETY INSTRUCTOR PARKS AND RECREATION Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 $ 14.94 $ 15.19 $ 15.44 (HIRE IN RANGE; DOQ) INTERVIEWS TO OCCUR MARCH 21ST - APRIL 19TH POSITIONS OPEN UNTIL FILLED. APPLY EARLY! Looking for a summer job? Consider the City of Kingman Parks and Recreation Summer Programs! We are now accepting applications for new or returning Water Safety Instructors. Must be at least 16 years or older. OVERVIEW The City of Kingman is located in Mohave County approximately 100 miles southeast of Las Vegas and 195 miles northwest of Phoenix nestled between the beautiful Cerbat and Hualapai Mountain Ranges along historic Route 66. In 2019, Reader’s Digest named Kingman one of the “Nicest Places in Arizona” for its thoughtful residents and spirit of generosity. In addition to its small-town look and feel, the area also offers a wide range of recreational activities that include hiking, bike and ATV trails, camping, golf, beautiful parks, historical attractions, nearby lakes, and the Colorado River. With more than 400 full and part-time employees across 30 divisions, the City of Kingman provides exceptional public services to over 30,000 residents. Our focus on high-quality customer service, safety, and teamwork underpins our efforts to foster an atmosphere where citizens and businesses can thrive. For more information about the City of Kingman, please see our Open Finance Portal , Choose Kingman Economic Development page, and our Go Kingman tourism page for more information. GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF POSITION A water safety instructor will be trained in all the latest Red Cross procedures for providing water safety instruction and lesson delivery systems. Instructors supervise and maintain safety in the pool area while teaching water safety, swimming, and diving skills to patrons of all ages. Instructors will be responsible for delivering proper class content and completion of all recording materials required by Red Cross and the City. Incumbents support daily program operations, maintains sanitation and cleanliness of pool and surrounding area; assists in scheduling and conducting aquatic activities. SUPERVISION RECEIVED Works under general supervision of the Aquatics Manager and Assistant Aquatics Manager. SUPERVISION EXERCISED Exercises supervision over all students in their program, and as a mentor of new instructor employees who are in training. Minimum Qualifications/Special Requirements EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE Minimum of 16 years of age or older to be employed with City of Kingman as a Certified Water Safety Instructor (applicant must be 15 years of age to enter Red Cross certification program with approval of Lesson Instructor). Some experience working with the public. Be able to complete Red Cross Instruction certification program or convert from another Water Safety Instructor certification program to Red Cross. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS Some assignments may require valid Arizona state driver’s license or ability to obtain one. Requires possession of a valid certification from a water safety instructor organization (Ellis, Red Cross, Starguard). Requires possession of Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR), First Aid, Automated External Defibrillators (AED) and Bloodborne Pathogens Training certifications . Possession of a valid certification as a Lifeguard also is preferred. Essential Functions Essential Functions are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills. They are intended to be accurate summaries of what the job classification involves and what is required to perform it. Teaches water safety, swimming, and diving skills which adhere to the Red Cross program guidelines. Responds professionally to public inquiries about aquatic programs, rules and procedures, and may be asked from time to time to file and report on information concerning those inquiries. Assesses ability and skill levels of pool patrons enrolled in swimming, diving or life safety classes; provides swimming and diving instruction according to skill levels of assigned class, and instruction in pool safety. Monitors swimming and other pool activities to prevent accidents; Writes and completes accident, incident and other related reports and forms as required by Red Cross and City of Kingman. Enforces pool safety rules and regulations. Supports the relationship between the City of Kingman and the general public by demonstrating courteous and cooperative behavior when interacting with citizens, visitors, and City staff; promotes the City goals and priorities, and complies with all City policies and procedures. Maintains up-to-date rosters, confirms appropriate paperwork and forms are completed and on file for class/students, and students are enrolled in the correct level. Prepares lesson plans, session goals, and skill certificates for each student and each class; Manages students in a timely, kind, patient, and enjoyable manner while maintaining class decorum conducive to learning. Performs or aides in appropriate rescues in the event of an emergency, providing appropriate care, and using resuscitation techniques if needed, within the boundaries of training, to program participants or observers while utilizing personal protective gear. Assists in the preparation of posters, fliers, and related promotional material related to aquatic programs, lesson schedules, content requirements and special events. Performs a variety of miscellaneous duties such as answering the phone, typing, data entry, public speaking to youth groups and classes, and general public relations and promotion of the City Aquatic and water instruction/lesson programs. Monitors and maintains pools for cleanliness and sanitation, informing supervisors of noted issues. Performs routine maintenance such as skimming pool, hosing deck, arranging deck chairs, etc. Makes periodic tests of water in the pool to determine chemical balance of chlorinators. Attends all necessary meetings and trainings as scheduled. Completes written materials such as: daily attendance, accident/incident forms, timesheets, evaluations and other related records and reports. Provides excellent and proficient customer service to both internal and external customers. Regular attendance is an essential function of this job to ensure continuity; Maintains regular, reliable and punctual attendance and adherence to scheduled hours of work. May be required to work early mornings, afternoons, evenings, weekends and holidays as needed; Performs all work duties and activities in accordance with City policies and procedures; follows safety policies and practices, works in a safe manner, and reports unsafe activity and conditions. PERIPHERAL DUTIES May operate golf cart on park premises. If 18 years of age or older, may operate a city vehicle to run errands and attend to events. As needed, unlock and lock facilities. Performs related duties as required. Performs special assignments as requested. KNOWLEDGE Exhibits knowledge and certification of an approved Red Cross instructor or related Water Safety Instructor certification organization and the skills that are to be taught are in accordance with Red Cross program requirements. Working knowledge of Red Cross instructor procedures, facility safety procedures, and any other associated operations and techniques used in a comprehensive community aquatic and lesson program; Water safety rules; Basic knowledge of customer service principles and practices; Recordkeeping practices; First aid, CPR, AED for proper response in an emergency situation; Federal OSHA and State and County regulations and City policies regarding safe work practices. SKILLS Skill in the effective, safe operation of listed tools and equipment; Teaching effective water safety, swimming and diving instructional and certification methods and techniques; Effective application of First Aid, CPR and AED and using appropriate protocols and procedures in addressing Bloodborne Pathogens; Utilizing computer hardware and software to accomplish work assignments (i.e., Microsoft Office) and demonstrate proficiency to update documents, spreadsheets, and databases. ABILITIES Ability to effectively teach, perform and deliver all the approved teaching techniques, information and day-to-day policies and procedures of the Aquatics division; Communicates effectively with the staff, supervisors, management and the public; Ensure safety of patrons while in the water and on the pool deck; Correctly assess emergencies and needs for assistance, implement correct decisions and act quickly and effectively in emergencies; Maintain safety and order in a swimming pool facility; Understand and follow directions given by immediate supervisor; Learn and understand pool rules and regulations; Adhere to program standards and objectives outlined in city policy and by supervisors; Deal courteously and cooperatively with the public; Effectively explain rules, provide guidance and enforce appropriate discipline; Keep and maintain complete and accurate manual and electronic records; Respond to requests and inquiries courteously; Communicate effectively both orally and in writing; Use equipment and tools properly and safely; Participate in teamwork productively and establish and maintain effective working relationships with employees, supervisors, and the public; Maintain regular attendance and recognize attendance as an essential function of this job to ensure continuity; Willingness to work shifts and hours for department held events and activities to include the working of early mornings, afternoons, evenings, nights, weekends, and holidays as scheduled and as necessary; and work in different weather conditions with exposure to the elements; Describe orally and in writing incidents or complaints; Assist recreation staff at special events. Miscellaneous WORK ENVIRONMENT The work environment characteristics attached to the job description are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. - See Physical Demands Form COMMITMENT TO SAFETY & WELLNESS It is the policy of the City of Kingman to ensure a safe, healthful workplace for all its employees. It requires that every person in the organization assumes the responsibility of individual and organizational safety. Injury and illness losses from incidents are costly and preventable. The City of Kingman will employ an effective accident and illness prevention program and a comprehensive wellness program that involves all its employees in the effort to eliminate workplace hazards and promote employee health and wellness. All employees are expected and encouraged to participate in safety and wellness program activities including the following: reporting hazards, unsafe work practices and accidents immediately to their supervisors or a safety committee representative; wearing required personal protective equipment; and participating in and supporting safety committee activities. DISCLAIMER The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by individuals assigned to this position. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel in this position. This job description is subject to change as the needs and requirements of the position changes. FIND YOUR REWARDING CAREER WITH US! Personal Growth Opportunities ~ Meaningful and Challenging Work ~ Public Service Community Spirit ~ Training and Development This position is seasonal 90 days or less with no benefits. Closing Date/Time: 5/17/2024 5:00 PM Arizona
CITY OF KINGMAN, AZ City of Kingman, Arizona, United States
Mar 08, 2024
Full Time
Job Summary CITY OF KINGMAN PUBLIC SAFETY TELECOMMUNICATOR KINGMAN FIRE DEPARTMENT $20.78 - $24.93 /HOURLY $43,222.40 - $51,854.40 /ANNUALLY (HIRE IN RANGE; DOQ) POSITION IS FLSA NON-EXEMPT Must be able to work rotating shifts Shifts are three 12-hr shifts (6 AM-6 PM; 6 PM-6 AM) and one 4-hr shift per 40-hour workweek Shift example: Week 1: Work Mon, Tues, Fri, Sat, Week 2: Work Sun, Wed, Thurs Open 24 hours per day, 365 days per year, including weekends and holidays Rotating shifts every 3 months Learn more about our Benefits & Wellness Incentives APPLICATIONS MUST BE RECEIVED BY 4/30/24 5:00PM OVERVIEW The City of Kingman is located in Mohave County approximately 100 miles southeast of Las Vegas and 195 miles northwest of Phoenix nestled between the beautiful Cerbat and Hualapai Mountain Ranges along historic Route 66. In 2019, Reader’s Digest named Kingman one of the “Nicest Places in Arizona” for its thoughtful residents and spirit of generosity. In addition to its small-town look and feel, the area also offers a wide range of recreational activities that include hiking, bike and ATV trails, camping, golf, beautiful parks, historical attractions, nearby lakes, and the Colorado River. With more than 400 full and part-time employees across 30 divisions, the City of Kingman provides exceptional public services to over 30,000 residents. Our focus on high-quality customer service, safety, and teamwork underpins our efforts to foster an atmosphere where citizens and businesses can thrive. For more information about the City of Kingman, please see our Open Finance Portal , Choose Kingman Economic Development page, and our Go Kingman tourism page for more information. JOB SUMMARY Actively supports and upholds the Kingman Fire Department's mission and values. Under general supervision, responds to emergency and non-emergency calls for service, identifies and dispatches appropriate law enforcement, fire and emergency service units, gathers, analyzes and reports critical information during life or death situations such as crimes in progress, medical emergencies and fire/rescue incidents; complies with Police and Fire Department policies and procedures to assure the safety of officers and the public. SUPERVISION RECEIVED Work is performed independently under the direction of the Communications Center Supervisor and the supervision of the Communications Center Manager. SUPERVISION EXERCISED Provides instruction, training, direction and evaluation to new employees of this class as assigned. Selected candidates will be required to complete the following steps: TESTING Self-Schedule (2 hours) Successfully complete CritiCall testing process, including meeting KPH requirements For a practice test and testing information go to https://criticall911.com/dispatcher-testing/applicants/ SIT-ALONG Will be scheduled upon successful completion of the above testing Attend a job shadowing with Public Safety Telecommunicator at the City of Kingman 911 Communications Center (minimum 2 hour sit-along). INTERVIEWS Oral Board Panel Interview Final Candidates will have a 2nd interview with Executive Staff BACKGROUND REVIEW Upon successful completion of all above Background Examination / Polygraph Testing PRE-EMPLOYMENT EVALUATIONS Upon successful completion of background and polygraph testing Medical, Hearing, and Vision Testing Psychiatric Evaluation Minimum Qualifications/Special Requirements EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE Graduation from High School or equivalent including coursework in office and administration fields. Experience performing work with multiple priorities and multi-tasking, in a fast paced working environment. Experience working with the public, responding to inquiries and providing information. Computer experience with use of Microsoft Windows. Minimum keystrokes per hour of 3063 KPH for Data Entry and 1540 KPH for Data Entry Audio. OR any equivalent combination of education, experience, and training which provides the knowledge, skills and abilities necessary to perform the work. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS Possess a valid Arizona Driver's License, or have the ability to obtain one prior to employment. Ability to accurately read and write the English language. Ability to pass an extensive background investigation, including fingerprinting and polygraph test. Must be able to adjust work schedule (hours and days of week) to ensure appropriate staffing levels are obtained and maintained 24 hours per day, 365 days per year, including weekends and holidays. Must be able to work rotating shifts in a call center environment. Shifts are three, 12-hr shifts (6AM-6PM; 6PM-6AM) and one, 4-hr shift per 40 hour work week. Shift example: Work Sun-Wed, off Thu-Sat; Work Wed-Sat, off Sun-Tue; Shifts rotate every 2 months. Essential Functions Essential Functions are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills. They are intended to be accurate summaries of what the job classification involves and what is required to perform it. Provides excellent and proficient customer service to both internal and external customers. Accurately operates answers, evaluates, and prioritizes multi-line telephone devices including 9-1-1 telephony, administrative and business lines, TTY/TDD, and general public inquiries. Accurately dispatches, via radio and telephone, law enforcement, neighborhood services, fire and EMS units to respond to emergency and non-emergency incidents reported by members of the public. Utilizes CAD map and other mapping sources to correctly identify geographic location of callers as is indicated or needed to respond appropriately to requests for service. Utilizes multiple radio frequencies and telephone to orally communicate clear, concise information for response by field units including law enforcement, fire, emergency medical services and neighborhood services. Completes proper transfers or connections for incoming, outgoing and inter-office calls. Sends, routes, relays or refers callers or messages to the appropriate division or employee. Retrieves from and/or enters information into the National Crime Information Center (NCIC), Arizona Criminal Justice Information System (ACJIS) via JWI and other local, state and national computer files; confirms validity and status of information for other agencies. Utilizes the EMD (Emergency Medical Dispatching) system to provide specific information and instruction to callers and units responding to medical emergencies. Assists in troubleshooting as required and reports failures or problems with any system. Tests equipment as needed. As assigned to Communications Training Officer (CTO), provides on-the-job training and direction to new employees. Enters a variety of data related to warrants, citations, tickets, and/or information received from callers into a database. Makes sound decisions and quickly reacts positively under stressful conditions which typically entail the life or well-being of a citizen or public safety member who is in danger. Maintains confidentiality of work-related information. Maintains all required records and reports in a correct and timely manner. Works in a safe manner and reports unsafe activity and conditions. This position is subject to overtime and emergency recall during non-working hours due to staff shortage and/or operational needs. Maintains professional and effective working relationships by providing exceptional customer service and must be able to harmoniously work in a team environment. Maintains regular attendance and punctuality. PERIPHERAL DUTIES Attends and participates in meetings, trainings, and community events as a representative of the department as assigned. May provide testimony in court. Performs other duties as related or assigned. Miscellaneous COMMITMENT TO SAFETY AND WELLNESS It is the policy of the City of Kingman to ensure a safe, healthful workplace for all its employees. It requires that every person in the organization assumes the responsibility of individual and organizational safety. Injury and illness losses from incidents are costly and preventable. The City of Kingman will employ an effective accident and illness prevention program and a comprehensive wellness program that involves all its employees in the effort to eliminate workplace hazards and promote employee health and wellness. All employees are expected and encouraged to participate in safety and wellness program activities including the following: reporting hazards, unsafe work practices and accidents immediately to their supervisors or a safety committee representative; wearing required personal protective equipment; and participating in and supporting safety committee activities. WORK ENVIRONMENT The work environment characteristics attached to the job description are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. DISCLAIMER The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by individuals assigned to this position. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel in this position. This job description is subject to change as the needs and requirements of the position changes. FIND YOUR REWARDING CAREER WITH US! Personal Growth Opportunities ~ Meaningful and Challenging Work ~ Public Service Community Spirit ~ Training and Development 2023-2024 Benefit Guide (PDF) Health Excellent medical, dental and vision insurance. Telemedicine available through BlueCare Anywhere for general medical and behavioral health. Flexible spending (FSA) or health savings accounts (HSA). Employer contribution to HSA equivalent to 50% of plan-year deductible. This is currently $750 for Single Coverage and $1,500 for Family Coverage. Employer-paid group basic life insurance coverage for employee and dependents on medical plan. Supplemental group insurance and third-party options available. Virgin Pulse, our comprehensive well-being platform designed to push you towardsgood health in mind, body and spirit. Participation incentives with up to $300 redeemable annually. Work/Life support services through the SupportLincEmployee Assistance Program (EAP). Six free counseling visits annually. Leave 12 paid holidays , including a floating birthday holiday each year. 16-35 paid vacation days per year. 6.15 hrs. 1-5 years; 7.69 hrs. 5-10 yrs.; 9.23 hrs. 10-15 yrs.; 10.77 hrs. 15+ yrs. Shift fire personnel accrue leave at 1/3 more per pay period. 3.69 sick hrs per pay period (approx. 9-12 sick days per year). Shift fire personnel accrue leave at 1/3 more per pay period. Part-time/seasonal employees earn 1 hours of sick time for every 30 hours worked. Other leave types available, including: 10 hours of Volunteer Time Off (VTO). Up to 5 days for bereavement. Jury Duty. Military Training, and more. Leave donation program. Financial Tuition reimbursement up to $4,500 annually. Shift differential pay (2nd & 3rd shift). Bonus Programs. Skill-based, Certification & Bilingual Pay. Clothing Allowance for Uniformed Personnel. Recognition & Appreciation Quarterly Performance Conversations (TrakStar). Mission, Vision, Values (MVV) Excellence Awards. Safety Awards. Service Awards at 5, 10, 15, 20+ years of service. Biannual All-Employee BBQ Lunch. Annual Employee Pool Party. Retirement City matching to AZ State Retirement System & Long Term Disability (ASRS). Additional retirement solutions available through optional third-party on pre-tax basis, including457-deferred compensation and Roth IRA. Closing Date/Time: 4/30/2024 5:00 PM Arizona
CITY OF KINGMAN, AZ City of Kingman, Arizona, United States
Mar 08, 2024
Part Time
Job Summary CITY OF KINGMAN PART-TIME RECREATION INSTRUCTOR CITY OF KINGMAN RECREATION DEPARTMENT Overview The City of Kingman is located in Mohave County approximately 100 miles southeast of Las Vegas and 195 miles northwest of Phoenix nestled between the beautiful Cerbat and Hualapai mountain ranges along historic Route 66. In 2019, Reader’s Digest named Kingman one of the “Nicest Places in Arizona” for its thoughtful residents and spirit of generosity. In addition to its small-town look and feel, the area also offers a wide range of recreational activities that include hiking, bike and ATV trails, camping, golf, beautiful parks, historical attractions, nearby lakes and the Colorado River. With more than 400 full and part-time employees across 30 divisions, the City of Kingman provides exceptional public services to over 30,000 residents. Our focus on high-quality customer service, safety and teamwork underpins our efforts to foster an atmosphere where citizens and businesses can thrive. For more information about the City of Kingman, please see our Open Finance Portal , Choose Kingman Economic Development page and our Go Kingman tourism page for more information. If you have the heart of a public servant and the spirit of an entrepreneur, we are looking for you! The City of Kingman has an exciting opportunity for a highly motivated professional to fill the positions of Recreation instructors who possess skills and talents they wish to share with the public to run specialty classes and programs for adults and youth in our community. Apply today! This position is open continuously with frequent review of applications! Hire-in rate will be based on wage qualifiers as described in job description (see below). Our Recreation Instructors are responsible for planning, organizing and conducting instructional lessons for classes presented to adults and youth. Currently, we are interested in working with instructors for the following areas, but we remain open to suggestions and presentations of other types of classes: Culinary Dance Fitness Floral Design Cake Decorating Arts & Crafts Recreation Instructors are responsible for planning and organizing and conducting instructional lessons for classes in assigned recreation programs. Instructors for these programs teach or instruct a variety of activities which may include: homework help, active games, music, dance, arts and crafts, fitness, cooking, and various other recreational, educational, and cultural enrichment areas. Develops course objectives and class plans, scheduling class times, obtains necessary supplies and equipment and resources. A high level of independent judgment is necessary. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS: Part-time, seasonal position conducting instructional lessons. The Recreation Instructor is a broad classification and encompasses various assignments with department flexibility to assign employees based on the meeting of wage qualifiers. Employees will be assigned utilizing a formula which incorporates the following characteristics: Wage Qualifiers : An individual assigned to Recreation Instructor will be reviewed and placed according to the meeting of the below qualifiers. It is important to note the Recreation Instructor is subject to regular review upon initial placement and each time the same class/program is proposed/submitted/held, a new/revised class/program is submitted/held and/or to ensure the individual is meeting the noted qualifiers and placement to wage is or remains appropriate. Each class is looked at individually to determine a rate of pay, using a formula that is based on the following: Determined number of hours an instructor will need to work in a given class/program session; Determined charge/rate for class/program and use of that rate to assist in determining the instructor's rate of pay; The facility capacity to meet the minimum and maximum class/program size standards; Minimum and maximum required to teach a successful class/program; Minimum and maximum numbers to cover cost of said instructor's minimum rate; and Job performance will be evaluated and increased/decreased based on the instructor's evaluation and the number of participants enrolled. SUPERVISION RECEIVED: Works under the direct supervision of the Recreation Coordinator or Recreation Superintendent and general supervision of the Parks & Recreation Director. SUPERVISION EXERCISED: Directly supervises class participants. Minimum Qualifications/Special Requirements Education and Experience: High school diploma or GED certificate, and One (1) year experience as a teacher, tutor, counselor, or coach in an organized recreational program or related field at the level of a recreation assistant or recreation volunteer. A combination of the appropriate type and level of education and experience in the program area assigned. Special Requirements : First Aid/CPR/AED certification By position, may require valid Arizona Driver's License Certified programs require a Certificate and/or Authorization Trademark use (ex: Pilates, Zumba, Red Cross, etc.) Essential Functions Essential Functions are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills. They are intended to be accurate summaries of what the job classification involves and what is required to perform it. Develops, plans, schedules and conducts recreation classes in the specialized area in connection with the fee instruction program being offered to the public. Secures materials and equipment used for each class. Determines appropriate class sill and age levels necessary for participants to be successful and engaged to educate the participants. Prepares and conducts class instructional activities or general camp activities, prepares a course outline or schedule and a list of necessary course materials for class participants. Enforces site, classroom and department policies and rules. Assures proper maintenance of recreational facilities and equipment to ensure a safe and sanitary environment and notifies immediate supervisor of any problems and/or concerns. Sets up and cleans up facilities. Receives, stores and issues class equipment and supplies as needed. Monitors class participants throughout instruction, ensures adherence to safety practices and to department policies and procedures. Follows appropriate emergency procedures to protect the well-being of the participants. Responds to and resolves participant complaints and notifies supervisor when necessary. Completes required forms and activity records and reports. Communicates with parents of school age participants, as needed. Obtains and evaluates feedback regarding the effectiveness of the instructional process and the success of the program activity. Maintains a positive relationship with staff, co-workers, participants, and spectators. Provides excellent and proficient customer service to both internal and external customers. Communicates and acts in a professional manner with the public, co-workers, and work contacts. Regular attendance is an essential function of this job to ensure continuity. May be required to work early mornings, evenings, weekends and holidays as needed. Performs all work duties and activities in accordance with City policies and procedures; follows safety policies and practices, works in a safe manner, and reports unsafe activity and conditions. Peripheral Duties: Performs related duties as required. Miscellaneous COMMITMENT TO SAFETY AND WELLNESS It is the policy of the City of Kingman to ensure a safe, healthful workplace for all its employees. It requires that every person in the organization assumes the responsibility of individual and organizational safety. Injury and illness losses from incidents are costly and preventable. The City of Kingman will employ an effective accident and illness prevention program and a comprehensive wellness program that involves all its employees in the effort to eliminate workplace hazards and promote employee health and wellness. All employees are expected and encouraged to participate in safety and wellness program activities including the following: reporting hazards, unsafe work practices and accidents immediately to their supervisors or a safety committee representative; wearing required personal protective equipment; and participating in and supporting safety committee activities. WORK ENVIRONMENT: The work environment characteristics attached to the job description are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. DISCLAIMER The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by individuals assigned to this position. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel in this position. This job description is subject to change as the needs and requirements of the position changes. FIND YOUR REWARDING CAREER WITH US! Personal Growth Opportunities ~ Meaningful and Challenging Work ~ Public Service Community Spirit ~ Training and Development This position is not eligible for benefits except for AZ Sick Leave Accruals earned @ 1hr for every 30 hrs worked. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
CITY OF KINGMAN, AZ City of Kingman, Arizona, United States
Mar 08, 2024
Part Time
Job Summary CITY OF KINGMAN PART-TIME ADULT BASKETBALL SPORTS OFFICIAL CITY OF KINGMAN RECREATION DEPARTMENT $21.65 - $26.99/HOURLY Overview The City of Kingman is located in Mohave County approximately 100 miles southeast of Las Vegas and 195 miles northwest of Phoenix nestled between the beautiful Cerbat and Hualapai mountain ranges along historic Route 66. In 2019, Reader’s Digest named Kingman one of the “Nicest Places in Arizona” for its thoughtful residents and spirit of generosity. In addition to its small-town look and feel, the area also offers a wide range of recreational activities that include hiking, bike and ATV trails, camping, golf, beautiful parks, historical attractions, nearby lakes and the Colorado River. With more than 400 full and part-time employees across 30 divisions, the City of Kingman provides exceptional public services to over 30,000 residents. Our focus on high-quality customer service, safety and teamwork underpins our efforts to foster an atmosphere where citizens and businesses can thrive. For more information about the City of Kingman, please see our Open Finance Portal , Choose Kingman Economic Development page and our Go Kingman tourism page for more information. Responsible for enforcing playing rules and sports policies with participants and spectators. Works directly with the public and is responsible for contributing to a fun and safe environment for friendly competition. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS: Part-time, seasonal position officiating adult sport programs. The Sports Official is a broad classification and encompasses various assignments with department flexibility to assign employees to sub-classifications. The formal, reported classification title for employees will be Sports Official; however, employees will be assigned to sub-classification titles within the Sports Official classification depending upon assignment. With the assignment to a sub-classification(s), corresponding placement to pay assignment(s) will be determined based on duties to be performed and the meeting of wage qualifiers. Referee - Basketball (Adult) Wage Qualifiers : Level 1: Beginner, still learning rules, basic court mechanics, needs training and/or strong partner. Level 2: Basic rules knowledge, good mechanics, can handle game control. Can qualify to an employee with a minimum of 2 years experience and based on attendance and performance. High School Certification preferred. Level 3: Complete rules knowledge, excellent mechanics, ability to train and control game; and/or High School Certified for example, AIA, CIF, etc. Can qualify to an employee with 3 or more years experience and based on attendance and performance. Department will track sub-classifications and will document on Personnel Action Form. Department will provide appropriate notations in the remarks section of the Personnel Action Form in order to affect appropriate payment of wages for each assigned sub-classification and will also ensure time worked in the sub-classification(s) is appropriately recorded on the employee's timesheet. SUPERVISION RECEIVED: Works under the direct supervision of the Recreation Coordinator or Recreation Superintendent and general supervision of the Parks & Recreation Director. SUPERVISION EXERCISED: At times will be responsible for supervision and security of facility and participants of sports programs. Minimum Qualifications/Special Requirements Education and Experience: Minimum of age 16 to work in Youth Program; Minimum of age 18 to work in Adult Programs. High School Graduate or receipt of GED preferred. Prior officiating experience preferred. Prior experience in playing or coaching the sport(s) being officiated. Special Requirements : First Aid/CPR/AED certification preferred. Referee & Umpire Certification through an affiliated organization is recommended. Essential Functions Essential Functions are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills. They are intended to be accurate summaries of what the job classification involves and what is required to perform it. Provide quality officiating during adult or youth sports contests. Read and understand local rules as well as national rules of the sports or programs that are being officiated. Work at scheduled times and in appropriate attire. Develop a positive relationship with the participants and educate when necessary. Enforces game rules. Maintain appropriate level of control, fairness, and consistency in all game situations. Alleviate arguments and unsportsmanlike conduct before it gets out of hand. Maintain safe, fun, yet competitive game atmosphere. Resolve participant conflicts and disputes with tact and diplomacy. Assures safety and sanitary environment and notifies immediate supervisor of any problems and/or concerns. Sets up and cleans up facilities (Volleyball Offical). Receives, stores and issues sports equipment and supplies (Volleyball Offical). Assist with pre- and post-game logistics and administrative functions. Assist in filling out any forms that are in need of completing. Conduct games in an efficient fashion in the allotted time and on the day scheduled. Maintain a positive relationship with staff, co-workers, participants, and spectators. Provides excellent and proficient customer service to both internal and external customers. Communicates and acts in a professional manner with the public, co-workers, and work contacts. Regular attendance is an essential function of this job to ensure continuity. May be required to work early mornings, evenings, weekends and holidays as needed. Performs all work duties and activities in accordance with City policies and procedures; follows safety policies and practices, works in a safe manner, and reports unsafe activity and conditions. Peripheral Duties: Performs related duties as required. Miscellaneous COMMITMENT TO SAFETY AND WELLNESS It is the policy of the City of Kingman to ensure a safe, healthful workplace for all its employees. It requires that every person in the organization assumes the responsibility of individual and organizational safety. Injury and illness losses from incidents are costly and preventable. The City of Kingman will employ an effective accident and illness prevention program and a comprehensive wellness program that involves all its employees in the effort to eliminate workplace hazards and promote employee health and wellness. All employees are expected and encouraged to participate in safety and wellness program activities including the following: reporting hazards, unsafe work practices and accidents immediately to their supervisors or a safety committee representative; wearing required personal protective equipment; and participating in and supporting safety committee activities. WORK ENVIRONMENT: The work environment characteristics attached to the job description are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. DISCLAIMER The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by individuals assigned to this position. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel in this position. This job description is subject to change as the needs and requirements of the position changes. FIND YOUR REWARDING CAREER WITH US! Personal Growth Opportunities ~ Meaningful and Challenging Work ~ Public Service Community Spirit ~ Training and Development This position is not eligible for benefits except for AZ Sick Leave Accruals earned @ 1hr for every 30 hrs worked. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
CITY OF KINGMAN, AZ City of Kingman, Arizona, United States
Mar 08, 2024
Part Time
Job Summary CITY OF KINGMAN PART-TIME ADULT VOLLEYBALL/KICKBALL SPORTS OFFICIAL CITY OF KINGMAN RECREATION DEPARTMENT $15.17 -$17.29/HOURLY Overview The City of Kingman is located in Mohave County approximately 100 miles southeast of Las Vegas and 195 miles northwest of Phoenix nestled between the beautiful Cerbat and Hualapai mountain ranges along historic Route 66. In 2019, Reader’s Digest named Kingman one of the “Nicest Places in Arizona” for its thoughtful residents and spirit of generosity. In addition to its small-town look and feel, the area also offers a wide range of recreational activities that include hiking, bike and ATV trails, camping, golf, beautiful parks, historical attractions, nearby lakes and the Colorado River. With more than 400 full and part-time employees across 30 divisions, the City of Kingman provides exceptional public services to over 30,000 residents. Our focus on high-quality customer service, safety and teamwork underpins our efforts to foster an atmosphere where citizens and businesses can thrive. For more information about the City of Kingman, please see our Open Finance Portal , Choose Kingman Economic Development page and our Go Kingman tourism page for more information. Responsible for enforcing playing rules and sports policies with participants and spectators. Works directly with the public and is responsible for contributing to a fun and safe environment for friendly competition. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS: Part-time, seasonal position officiating adult and youth sport programs. The Sports Official is a broad classification and encompasses various assignments with department flexibility to assign employees to sub-classifications. The formal, reported classification title for employees will be Sports Official; however, employees will be assigned to sub-classification titles within the Sports Official classification depending upon assignment. With the assignment to a sub-classification(s), corresponding placement to pay assignment(s) will be determined based on duties to be performed and the meeting of wage qualifiers. Referee - Adult Volleyball Wage Qualifiers : Level 1: Beginner, still learning rules, basic court mechanics, needs training and/or strong partner. Level 2: Basic rules knowledge, good mechanics, can handle game control. Can qualify to an employee with a minimum of 2 years experience and based on attendance and performance. High School Certification preferred. Level 3: Complete rules knowledge, excellent mechanics, ability to train and control game; and/or High School Certified for example, AIA, CIF, etc. Can qualify to an employee with 3 or more years experience and based on attendance and performance. Department will track sub-classifications and will document on Personnel Action Form. Department will provide appropriate notations in the remarks section of the Personnel Action Form in order to affect appropriate payment of wages for each assigned sub-classification and will also ensure time worked in the sub-classification(s) is appropriately recorded on the employee's timesheet. SUPERVISION RECEIVED: Works under the direct supervision of the Recreation Coordinator or Recreation Superintendent and general supervision of the Parks & Recreation Director. SUPERVISION EXERCISED: At times will be responsible for supervision and security of facility and participants of sports programs. Minimum Qualifications/Special Requirements Education and Experience: Minimum of age 18 to work in Adult Programs. High School Graduate or receipt of GED preferred. Prior officiating experience preferred. Prior experience in playing or coaching the sport(s) being officiated. Special Requirements : First Aid/CPR/AED certification preferred. Referee & Umpire Certification through an affiliated organization is recommended. Essential Functions Essential Functions are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills. They are intended to be accurate summaries of what the job classification involves and what is required to perform it. Provide quality officiating during adult or youth sports contests. Read and understand local rules as well as national rules of the sports or programs that are being officiated. Work at scheduled times and in appropriate attire. Develop a positive relationship with the participants and educate when necessary. Enforces game rules. Maintain appropriate level of control, fairness, and consistency in all game situations. Alleviate arguments and unsportsmanlike conduct before it gets out of hand. Maintain safe, fun, yet competitive game atmosphere. Resolve participant conflicts and disputes with tact and diplomacy. Assures safety and sanitary environment and notifies immediate supervisor of any problems and/or concerns. Sets up and cleans up facilities (Volleyball Offical). Receives, stores and issues sports equipment and supplies (Volleyball Offical). Assist with pre- and post-game logistics and administrative functions. Assist in filling out any forms that are in need of completing. Conduct games in an efficient fashion in the allotted time and on the day scheduled. Maintain a positive relationship with staff, co-workers, participants, and spectators. Provides excellent and proficient customer service to both internal and external customers. Communicates and acts in a professional manner with the public, co-workers, and work contacts. Regular attendance is an essential function of this job to ensure continuity. May be required to work early mornings, evenings, weekends and holidays as needed. Performs all work duties and activities in accordance with City policies and procedures; follows safety policies and practices, works in a safe manner, and reports unsafe activity and conditions. Peripheral Duties: Performs related duties as required. Miscellaneous COMMITMENT TO SAFETY AND WELLNESS It is the policy of the City of Kingman to ensure a safe, healthful workplace for all its employees. It requires that every person in the organization assumes the responsibility of individual and organizational safety. Injury and illness losses from incidents are costly and preventable. The City of Kingman will employ an effective accident and illness prevention program and a comprehensive wellness program that involves all its employees in the effort to eliminate workplace hazards and promote employee health and wellness. All employees are expected and encouraged to participate in safety and wellness program activities including the following: reporting hazards, unsafe work practices and accidents immediately to their supervisors or a safety committee representative; wearing required personal protective equipment; and participating in and supporting safety committee activities. WORK ENVIRONMENT: The work environment characteristics attached to the job description are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. DISCLAIMER The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by individuals assigned to this position. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel in this position. This job description is subject to change as the needs and requirements of the position changes. FIND YOUR REWARDING CAREER WITH US! Personal Growth Opportunities ~ Meaningful and Challenging Work ~ Public Service Community Spirit ~ Training and Development This position is not eligible for benefits except for AZ Sick Leave Accruals earned @ 1hr for every 30 hrs worked. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
CITY OF KINGMAN, AZ City of Kingman, Arizona, United States
Mar 08, 2024
Job Summary CITY OF KINGMAN PART-TIME VOLUNTEER CERBAT CLIFFS GOLF COURSE Are you looking for an exciting opportunity to volunteer and serve the beautiful community of Kingman, AZ? Look no further! The Cerbat Cliffs Golf Course is seeking individuals willing to volunteer their time to help provide high-quality services to its customers and season pass holders. The common denominator of all volunteers on our course is the simple desire to give something back to the game that they love. Whether you have a lot of time to give or just a few hours a month, we would love to have you involved. As a volunteer at the Golf Course, you will be an ambassador of good will for the City of Kingman. Volunteer positions are unpaid. For more information about the City of Kingman, please see our Open Finance Portal , Choose Kingman Economic Development page and our Go Kingman tourism page for more information. We are currently seeking Starters and Rangers to fill volunteer openings. Please see the descriptions for these roles below. Minimum Qualifications/Special Requirements Education and Experience: Minimum of 16 years of age or older. Some experience working with the public preferred. Graduation from high school or GED equivalent preferred. Some experience working on a golf course preferred. Possess a valid Arizona state driver’s license in order to operate golf carts. Must be a minimum of 19 years of age or older to mix and serve alcohol and may be asked to obtain Title 4 Alcohol Certification for Individuals certification as approved by the Arizona Department of Liquor Licenses and Control. Essential Functions Starter: The Starter sets the tone for the tournament and is responsible for assembling the players, providing materials and information, starting the group on time and announcing players names. Golf Course Ranger: You will ensure that all golf needs of guests are met and that their golfing experience exceeds their expectations by providing excellent service and hospitality. Always maintain control of the golfers while they are on the course for the benefit of all who play. Ensure that each group has four players if possible and adheres to the rules and regulations that are set for our guests. Cater to our guests needs, keep the golf shop informed of pace of play on shotguns and split tee play. Maintain proper equipment and keep in radio/phone contact with the pro shop. Ensure players go to their #1 tee spots, and always park in an orderly fashion while waiting. Send groups to their respective course in the proper order. Greet each group in a friendly manner. Explain all distance markers. White Lines in front of greens. Keep carts on the Cart Paths near the greens (not parked in the fairway by the White Line. Use 90 degree rule (keep carts on Paths as much as they can). Ask each group to keep up with the group ahead of them. Remind guests to use sand and seed. Repair of their ball marks. Keep record of starting times and cart numbers for each group. Drive carts in a safe and prudent manner and park golf carts neatly in space provided. Travel golf course in a counter clockwise manner to locate the gaps quickly and solve large gaps before they occur. Must have valid Drivers License. Miscellaneous Knowledge: Basic knowledge the fundamentals of the game of golf to assist with customer inquiries and golf events and activities; customer service principles and practices; recordkeeping practices; Basic principles and practices in assigned area of responsibility; Federal OSHA and State and County regulations and City policies regarding safe work practices.. Skills: Demonstrated skill in dealing tactfully and courteously with guests, and providing positive and friendly customer service; operation of golf carts and related equipment. Abilities: Understand and follow directions given by supervisor; Communicate clearly; Use equipment and tools properly and safely; Maintain clean and orderly work area; Adapt to changing work priorities; Interpret rules, regulations, and policies and apply knowledge; Participate in set-up, break down and close of a tournament or special event, which may include site prep, rearranging moving furniture and equipment. Work Environment: The work environment characteristics listed in the descriptions are representative of those a volunteer encounters while performing the essential functions of the role. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Commitment to Safety and Wellness: It is the policy of the City of Kingman to ensure a safe, healthful workplace for all its employees and volunteers. It requires that every person in the organization assumes the responsibility of individual and organizational safety. Injury and illness losses from incidents are costly and preventable. The City of Kingman will employ an effective accident and illness prevention program and a comprehensive wellness program that involves all its employees and volunteers in the effort to eliminate workplace hazards and promote health and wellness. All employees and volunteers are expected and encouraged to participate in safety and wellness program activities including the following: reporting hazards, unsafe work practices and accidents immediately to their supervisors or a safety committee representative; wearing required personal protective equipment; and participating in and supporting safety committee activities. Disclaimer: The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by individuals assigned to this position. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of volunteers in this position. This job description is subject to change as the needs and requirements of the position changes. Personal Growth Opportunities ~ Meaningful and Challenging Work ~ Public Service Community Spirit ~ Training and Development Volunteers are not eligible for benefits. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
CITY OF KINGMAN, AZ City of Kingman, Arizona, United States
Mar 08, 2024
Full Time
Job Summary CITY OF KINGMAN POLICE RECRUIT KINGMAN POLICE DEPARTMENT Are you looking for a beautiful place to work within a tight-knit community? Kingman, AZ is your place! We are currently looking for team members to join our full-service and community-supported accredited Police Department! $26.25/HR - $54,600/Annually (Hire in recruit/Non-AZ POST Certified) $27.56/HR - $57,324.80/Annually (Post Academy graduation/AZ POST Certified) POSITION IS FLSA NON-EXEMPT The City of Kingman now has one of the highest base wages in the Tri-City area! Learn more about our Benefits & Wellness Incentives Step (Police Officer) Annual Hourly 1 $ 57,324.80 $ 27.56 2 $ 59,342.40 $ 28.53 3 $ 61,422.40 $ 29.53 4 $ 63,564.80 $ 30.56 5 $ 65,790.40 $ 31.63 6 $ 68,099.20 $ 32.74 7 $ 70,491.20 $ 33.89 8 $ 72,966.40 $ 35.08 9 $75,524.80 $ 36.31 10 $ 78,187.20 $ 37.59 The City of Kingman Police Department strives for excellence and delivers efficient and effective police service. Because of this, the Kingman Police Department is one of the first agencies to have become accredited by the Arizona Law Enforcement Accreditation Program! The City of Kingman Police Department is currently accepting applications on a continual basis to employ individuals who are interested in seeking a career in law enforcement as a Kingman Police Officer. We offer great benefits such as every other weekend off, take-home vehicles, fully paid gear and uniforms, paid training, an outstanding paid time off benefit, and specialized assignment opportunities. These are a few of the benefits that make the Kingman Police Department the choice for those wishing to continue or pursue a law enforcement career. Note: If you are seeking to attend a law enforcement/peace officer training academy, you must be 21 years of age upon completion of the academy. Important Dates: May 20th-21st (we will reach out if you have been selected to test) Applications will be reviewed continuously in preparation for the October Academy AWC Leta (Yuma) If eligible, you will be notified to begin the recruitment process. Please note that the testing process may span approximately 2-3 days. Testing for this position will consist of: Assessment Center Written Examination Oral Board Interview Physical Agility Testing - 500-yard run, 99-yard obstacle course, 6-foot chain link fence, 6-foot solid fence and 165 lb. body drag. For specific details regarding the application, supplemental questions, testing process, and dates, you are highly encouraged to monitor your email for communications. KPD will also be hosting an informational meeting on the following date: Wednesday, May 8th, 5:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Attendance is encouraged, but not required - Kingman Police Department Training Room - 2730 E Andy Devine Ave, Kingman, AZ 86401 Recruits / Non-Certified: Candidates who are determined qualified after review of the submitted application and background materials will be invited to participate in testing (Written, Physical Agility, Assessment Center, and Oral Boards). Candidates must successfully pass each phase to move forward in the hiring process. The first part of the testing process is the Written Exam, followed by the Assessment Center and Physical Agility. Upon successful completion, candidates will be scheduled for the oral board held the next day. Specific testing/oral board schedule is dependent upon the number of candidates to be invited to participate. OVERVIEW The City of Kingman is located in Mohave County approximately 100 miles southeast of Las Vegas and 195 miles northwest of Phoenix nestled between the beautiful Cerbat and Hualapai Mountain Ranges along historic Route 66. In 2019, Reader’s Digest named Kingman one of the “Nicest Places in Arizona” for its thoughtful residents and spirit of generosity. In addition to its small-town look and feel, the area also offers a wide range of recreational activities that include hiking, bike and ATV trails, camping, golf, beautiful parks, historical attractions, nearby lakes, and the Colorado River. With more than 400 full and part-time employees across 30 divisions, the City of Kingman provides exceptional public services to over 30,000 residents. Our focus on high-quality customer service, safety, and teamwork underpins our efforts to foster an atmosphere where citizens and businesses can thrive. For more information about the City of Kingman, please see our Open Finance Portal , Choose Kingman Economic Development page, and our Go Kingman tourism page for more information. Minimum Qualifications/Special Requirements EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE High school diploma or GED equivalent. College course work in criminal justice and/or equivalent education and/or experience is preferred. OR any equivalent combination of education, experience, and training which provides the knowledge, skills and abilities necessary to perform the work. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS Valid Arizona State Driver's License; Arizona State Certification as a police officer; Ability to become and maintain TOC Level C Certified. Ability to pass an extensive law enforcement background investigation, including fingerprinting, polygraph, psychological and other related employment testing. Essential Functions Performs general police work in the protection of life and property through the enforcement of laws and ordinances. Works in a 24/7 operational environment, and is subject to call in/call back to support the operational needs of the department. THIS POSITION ENCOMPASSES THE FOLLOWING LEVELS Police Officer - Non Certified Recruit: This is a trainee class for protective service. Qualified incumbents receive academy instruction to obtain AZ POST certification. Successful incumbents who obtain AZ POST certification receive further field training to further knowledge and experience within the Police Officer classification. Department Assignments: As further experience, training, competencies, knowledge, skills and abilities are obtained and recognized, Police Officers may be assigned and qualified to perform as in the following capacities: Detective, School Resource Officer, Bomb Squad, MAGNET/GIITEM, K-9, Field Training Officer, Recruit Training Officer, Traffic/Motor Officer, Flex, Honor Guard and other specialties. SUPERVISION RECEIVED Work assignments and instructions are received in general terms from an Officer in Charge (OIC), Sergeant or higher level of authority. Incumbents are required to perform without direct supervision and to exercise independent judgment in meeting both routine and complex emergency situations. Work is reviewed through observation, discussions, activity reports, and results obtained. SUPERVISION EXERCISED May work as shift supervisor in the absence of Sergeant. As a Field Training Officer, provides instruction, training, direction and evaluation to new employees of this class as assigned. Miscellaneous COMMITMENT TO SAFETY AND WELLNESS It is the policy of the City of Kingman to ensure a safe, healthful workplace for all its employees. It requires that every person in the organization assumes the responsibility of individual and organizational safety. Injury and illness losses from incidents are costly and preventable. The City of Kingman will employ an effective accident and illness prevention program and a comprehensive wellness program that involves all its employees in the effort to eliminate workplace hazards and promote employee health and wellness. Supervisors are responsible for supervising and training workers in safe work practices. Supervisors must enforce company safety rules and work to eliminate hazardous conditions. Supervisors shall lead safety and wellness efforts by example. WORK ENVIRONMENT The work environment characteristics attached to the job description are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. DISCLAIMER The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by individuals assigned to this position. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel in this position. This job description is subject to change as the needs and requirements of the position changes. FIND YOUR REWARDING CAREER WITH US! Personal Growth Opportunities ~ Meaningful and Challenging Work ~ Public Service Community Spirit ~ Training and Development 2023-2024 Benefit Guide (PDF) Highlights for Police/Fire May qualify for a take home vehicle. Uniforms/Equipment Provided. Free On-site Fitness Center. Nightshift Differential Pay. Overtime Opportunities. Health Excellentmedical, dental and vision insurance. Telemedicine available through BlueCare Anywhere for general medical and behavioral health. Flexible spending (FSA) or health savings accounts (HSA). Employer contribution to HSA equivalent to 50% of plan-year deductible. This is currently $750 for Single Coverage and $1,500 for Family Coverage. Employer-paid group basic life insurance coverage for employee and dependents on medical plan. Supplemental group insurance and third-party options available. Virgin Pulse, our comprehensive well-being platform designed to push you towardsgood health in mind, body and spirit. Participation incentives with up to $300 redeemable annually. Work/Life support services through the SupportLincEmployee Assistance Program (EAP). Six free counseling visits annually. Leave 12 paid holidays , including a floating birthday holiday each year. 16-35 paid vacation days per year. 6.15 hrs. 1-5 years; 7.69 hrs. 5-10 yrs.; 9.23 hrs. 10-15 yrs.; 10.77 hrs. 15+ yrs. Shift fire personnel accrue leave at 1/3 more per pay period. 3.69 sick hrs per pay period (approx. 9-12 sick days per year). Shift fire personnel accrue leave at 1/3 more per pay period. Part-time/seasonal employees earn 1 hours of sick time for every 30 hours worked. Other leave types available, including: 10 hours of Volunteer Time Off (VTO). Up to 5 days for bereavement. Jury Duty. Military Training, and more. Leave donation program. Financial Tuition reimbursement up to $4,500 annually. Shift differential pay (2nd & 3rd shift). Bonus Programs. Skill-based, Certification & Bilingual Pay. Clothing Allowance for Uniformed Personnel. Recognition & Appreciation Quarterly Performance Conversations (TrakStar). Mission, Vision, Values (MVV) Excellence Awards. Safety Awards. Service Awards at 5, 10, 15, 20+ years of service. Biannual All-Employee BBQ Lunch. Annual Employee Pool Party. Retirement City matching to AZ Public Safety Retirement System (PSPRS). Additional retirement solutions available through optional third-party on pre-tax basis, including457-deferred compensation and Roth IRA. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
CITY OF KINGMAN, AZ City of Kingman, Arizona, United States
Mar 08, 2024
Full Time
Job Summary CITY OF KINGMAN POLICE OFFICER (LATERAL) KINGMAN POLICE DEPARTMENT Are you looking for a beautiful place to work within a tight-knit community? Kingman, AZ is your place! We are currently looking for team members to join our full-service and community-supported accredited Police Department! $27.56/HR - $37.59/HR DOQ (Hire in conjunction with experience) POSITION IS FLSA NON-EXEMPT The City of Kingman now has one of the highest base wages in the Tri-City area! Learn more about our Benefits & Wellness Incentives Step (Police Officer) Annual Hourly 1 $ 57,324.80 $ 27.56 2 $ 59,342.40 $ 28.53 3 $ 61,422.40 $ 29.53 4 $ 63,564.80 $ 30.56 5 $ 65,790.40 $ 31.63 6 $ 68,099.20 $ 32.74 7 $ 70,491.20 $ 33.89 8 $ 72,966.40 $ 35.08 9 $ 75,524.80 $ 36.31 10 $ 78,187.20 $ 37.59 The City of Kingman Police Department is currently accepting applications on a continual basis to employ individuals who are interested in laterally transferring to Kingman as a Police Officer. Do you like to train? We take pride in being able to train our own, whether it be during in-service in-house training sessions or at our regional academy. We have a robust training budget and seek specialized training for our staff. We offer great benefits such as every other weekend off, take-home vehicles, fully paid gear and uniforms, paid training, an outstanding paid time off benefit, and specialized assignment opportunities. These are a few of the benefits that make the Kingman Police Department the choice for those wishing to continue their law enforcement career. The City of Kingman Police Department strives for excellence and delivers efficient and effective police service. Because of this, the Kingman Police Department is one of the first agencies to have become accredited by the Arizona Law Enforcement Accreditation Program! Lateral / Certified Officers: AZPOST-certified peace officers may, only upon the recommendation and approval of the Chief of Police, waive one or more of the following: written examination, POPAT, and/or assessment center. Police Officer applications who are certified as a peace officer in a state outside of Arizona are eligible to seek employment with the department. The out - of - state applicant may waive certain portions of the Arizona peace officer certification process as allowed by AZPOST rules and therefore may waive attendance at an Arizona basic training academy. For specific details regarding the application, supplemental questions, testing process and dates, you are highly encouraged to monitor your email for communications. OVERVIEW The City of Kingman is located in Mohave County approximately 100 miles southeast of Las Vegas and 195 miles northwest of Phoenix nestled between the beautiful Cerbat and Hualapai mountain ranges along historic Route 66. In 2019, Reader’s Digest named Kingman one of the “Nicest Places in Arizona” for its thoughtful residents and spirit of generosity. In addition to its small-town look and feel, the area also offers a wide range of recreational activities that include hiking, bike and ATV trails, camping, golf, beautiful parks, historical attractions, nearby lakes and the Colorado River. With more than 400 full and part-time employees across 30 divisions, the City of Kingman provides exceptional public services to over 30,000 residents. Our focus on high-quality customer service, safety and teamwork underpins our efforts to foster an atmosphere where citizens and businesses can thrive. For more information about the City of Kingman, please see our Open Finance Portal , Choose Kingman Economic Development page, and our Go Kingman tourism page for more information. Minimum Qualifications/Special Requirements EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE High school diploma or GED equivalent. College coursework in criminal justice and/or equivalent education and/or experience is preferred. OR any equivalent combination of education, experience, and training which provides the knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary to perform the work. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS Valid Arizona State Driver's License Arizona State Certification as a Police Officer Ability to become and maintain TOC Level C Certified. Ability to pass an extensive law enforcement background investigation, including Fingerprinting, polygraph, psychological, and other related employment testing. Essential Functions Performs general police work in the protection of life and property through the enforcement of laws and ordinances. Works in a 24/7 operational environment, and is subject to call in/call back to support the operational needs of the department. This position encompasses the following levels: Department Assignments - As further experience, training, competencies, knowledge, skills and abilities are obtained and recognized, Police Officers may be assigned and qualified to perform in the following capacities: Detective, School Resource Officer, Bomb Squad, MAGNET/GIITEM, K-9, Field Training Officer, Recruit Training Officer, Traffic/Motor Officer, Flex, Honor Guard and other specialties SUPERVISION RECEIVED Work assignments and instructions are received in general terms from an Officer in Charge (OIC), Sergeant or higher level of authority. Incumbents are required to perform without direct supervision and to exercise independent judgment in meeting both routine and complex emergency situations. Work is reviewed through observation, discussions, activity reports, and results obtained. SUPERVISION EXERCISED May work as shift supervisor in the absence of Sergeant. As a Field Training Officer, provides instruction, training, direction and evaluation to new employees of this class as assigned. Miscellaneous WORK ENVIRONMENT The work environment characteristics attached to the job description are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. See Physical Demands. COMMITMENT TO SAFETY & WELLNESS It is the policy of the City of Kingman to ensure a safe, healthful workplace for all its employees. It requires that every person in the organization assumes the responsibility of individual and organizational safety. Injury and illness losses from incidents are costly and preventable. The City of Kingman will employ an effective accident and illness prevention program and a comprehensive wellness program that involves all its employees in the effort to eliminate workplace hazards and promote employee health and wellness. All employees are expected and encouraged to participate in safety and wellness program activities including the following: reporting hazards, unsafe work practices and accidents immediately to their supervisors or a safety committee representative; wearing required personal protective equipment; and participating in and supporting safety committee activities. DISCLAIMER The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by individuals assigned to this position. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel in this position. This job description is subject to change as the needs and requirements of the position changes. FIND YOUR REWARDING CAREER WITH US! Personal Growth Opportunities ~ Meaningful and Challenging Work ~ Public Service Community Spirit ~ Training and Development 2023-2024 Benefit Guide (PDF) Highlights for Police/Fire May qualify for a take home vehicle. Uniforms/Equipment Provided. Free On-site Fitness Center. Nightshift Differential Pay. Overtime Opportunities. Health Excellentmedical, dental and vision insurance. Telemedicine available through BlueCare Anywhere for general medical and behavioral health. Flexible spending (FSA) or health savings accounts (HSA). Employer contribution to HSA equivalent to 50% of plan-year deductible. This is currently $750 for Single Coverage and $1,500 for Family Coverage. Employer-paid group basic life insurance coverage for employee and dependents on medical plan. Supplemental group insurance and third-party options available. Virgin Pulse, our comprehensive well-being platform designed to push you towardsgood health in mind, body and spirit. Participation incentives with up to $300 redeemable annually. Work/Life support services through the SupportLincEmployee Assistance Program (EAP). Six free counseling visits annually. Leave 12 paid holidays , including a floating birthday holiday each year. 16-35 paid vacation days per year. 6.15 hrs. 1-5 years; 7.69 hrs. 5-10 yrs.; 9.23 hrs. 10-15 yrs.; 10.77 hrs. 15+ yrs. Shift fire personnel accrue leave at 1/3 more per pay period. 3.69 sick hrs per pay period (approx. 9-12 sick days per year). Shift fire personnel accrue leave at 1/3 more per pay period. Part-time/seasonal employees earn 1 hours of sick time for every 30 hours worked. Other leave types available, including: 10 hours of Volunteer Time Off (VTO). Up to 5 days for bereavement. Jury Duty. Military Training, and more. Leave donation program. Financial Tuition reimbursement up to $4,500 annually. Shift differential pay (2nd & 3rd shift). Bonus Programs. Skill-based, Certification & Bilingual Pay. Clothing Allowance for Uniformed Personnel. Recognition & Appreciation Quarterly Performance Conversations (TrakStar). Mission, Vision, Values (MVV) Excellence Awards. Safety Awards. Service Awards at 5, 10, 15, 20+ years of service. Biannual All-Employee BBQ Lunch. Annual Employee Pool Party. Retirement City matching to AZ Public Safety Retirement System (PSPRS). Additional retirement solutions available through optional third-party on pre-tax basis, including457-deferred compensation and Roth IRA. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
CITY OF KINGMAN, AZ City of Kingman, Arizona, United States
Mar 08, 2024
Temporary
Job Summary CITY OF KINGMAN PROGRAM AIDE - PART TIME PARKS AND RECREATION Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 $ 14.45 $ 14.70 $14.95 (HIRE IN RANGE; DOQ) INTERVIEWS TO OCCUR MARCH 21ST - APRIL 19TH POSITIONS OPEN UNTIL FILLED. APPLY EARLY! Looking for a summer job? Consider the City of Kingman Parks and Recreation Summer Programs! We are now accepting applications for new or returning Program Aides. Must be at least 18 years or older. OVERVIEW The City of Kingman is located in Mohave County approximately 100 miles southeast of Las Vegas and 195 miles northwest of Phoenix nestled between the beautiful Cerbat and Hualapai Mountain Ranges along historic Route 66. In 2019, Reader’s Digest named Kingman one of the “Nicest Places in Arizona” for its thoughtful residents and spirit of generosity. In addition to its small-town look and feel, the area also offers a wide range of recreational activities that include hiking, bike and ATV trails, camping, golf, beautiful parks, historical attractions, nearby lakes, and the Colorado River. With more than 400 full and part-time employees across 30 divisions, the City of Kingman provides exceptional public services to over 30,000 residents. Our focus on high-quality customer service, safety, and teamwork underpins our efforts to foster an atmosphere where citizens and businesses can thrive. For more information about the City of Kingman, please see our Open Finance Portal , Choose Kingman Economic Development page, and our Go Kingman tourism page for more information. GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF POSITION This class is the first level in a three level Program series. Incumbents are responsible for performing entry level duties in support of recreational programs. Assists staff in providing recreation programs and activities to youth and adults of the community and in planning activities, preparing facilities for scheduled functions and supervising participants. SUPERVISION RECEIVED Works under general supervision of department recreational staff. SUPERVISION EXERCISED Exercises supervision of the program participants. Minimum Qualifications/Special Requirements EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE Minimum of 15 years of age or older. Some experience working with youth or adult programs OR Any combination of education, experience and training which demonstrates the knowledge and experience to perform the duties and responsibilities of the position. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS Some assignments may require valid Arizona state driver’s license or ability to obtain one. Possession of Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation/First Aid Certification or ability to obtain certification within 60 days of assignment to position. Essential Functions Essential Functions are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills. They are intended to be accurate summaries of what the job classification involves and what is required to perform it. Assists the Program Assistant with daily attendance, scheduling and implementation of daily activities, as assigned by the Program Assistant and/or Program Supervisor. Assists with organizing activities for recreational programs. Work may include: assisting with the planning, preparing and conducting of activities, games, crafts, field trips, and indoor/outdoor activities. Maintains appropriate discipline and program decorum. Greets customers and patrons, responds to inquiries and requests, and provides information, assistance or instruction regarding program policies, procedures, and activities. Provides guidance, supervision, care and activities for various program participants and activities. Responsible for maintaining communication between staff and participants. Prepares equipment, facilities and service areas for daily activities. Stores and secures equipment, facilities or service areas at close of operation. Observes all necessary precautions to secure the safety of participants. Performs facility supervision and take necessary precautions to maintain the programs and facility in the manner in which they have been designed Maintains order, safety and cleanliness of service areas and equipment by following procedures and enforcing operational rules and regulations. Performs basic cleaning and sanitizing of facilities and program areas. Identifies and reports unsafe conditions, assists with general maintenance and/or initiates repair requests. Attends all necessary meetings and trainings as scheduled. Completes written materials such as: daily attendance, accident/incident forms, timesheets, evaluations and other related records and reports. Performs general scorebook and time clock operation for youth and adult basketball leagues. Provides excellent and proficient customer service to both internal and external customers. Communicates and acts in a professional manner with the public, co-workers, and work contacts. Regular attendance is an essential function of this job to ensure continuity. May be required to work early mornings, afternoons, evenings, weekends and holidays as needed. May be required to assist with special events and other department programs and activities where needed. Performs all work duties and activities in accordance with City policies and procedures; follows safety policies and practices, works in a safe manner, and reports unsafe activity and conditions. PERIPHERAL DUTIES Assists in the supervision of program volunteers. May operate golf cart on park premises. If 18 years of age or older, may operate a city vehicle to run errands and attend to events. As needed, unlock and lock facilities. Performs related duties as required. Performs special assignments as requested. KNOWLEDGE Basic knowledge of customer service principles and practices; recordkeeping practices; Basic principles and practices in assigned area of responsibility; First aid and CPR for proper response in an emergency situation; Federal OSHA and State and County regulations and City policies regarding safe work practices; A large variety of recreational activities suitable for children, adolescents, and adults; Sports specific knowledge is recommended when fulfilling scorekeeping duties. SKILLS Skill in the effective, safe operation of listed tools and equipment; Utilizing computer hardware and software to accomplish work assignments (i.e., Microsoft Office) and demonstrate proficiency to update documents, spreadsheets, and databases; Maintaining an official scorebook is required when scorekeeping. ABILITIES Ability to understand and follow directions given by immediate supervisor; Adhere to program standards and objectives outlined in city policy and by supervisors; Accompany groups of all ages on field trips and off-site activities; Enforce sport and activity rules and regulations; Enforce discipline; Open, prepare, and supervise the use of, and break down and close of a recreational facility and/or special event, which may include site prep, rearranging classrooms and moving furniture and equipment; Operate a motor vehicle safety, if assigned; Keep and maintain complete and accurate manual and electronic records; Establish and maintain effective working relationships with other City employees and the public; Respond to requests and inquiries courteously; Perform basic arithmetic calculations; Communicate effectively both orally and in writing; Use equipment and tools properly and safely; Participate in teamwork productively and establish and maintain effective working relationships with employees, supervisors, and the public; Maintain regular attendance and recognize attendance as an essential function of this job to ensure continuity; Willingness to work shifts and hours for department held events and activities to include the working of early mornings, afternoons, evenings, nights, weekends, and holidays as scheduled and as necessary; and work in different weather conditions with exposure to the elements; Read, write and follow skills required to maintain an official basketball scorebook. Miscellaneous SELECTION GUIDELINES Submittal/review of employment applications, screening/rating of application in relation to training and experience to job description and overall presentation and job history/stability, oral interview, reference and background check. Supplemental job related tests may be required. WORK ENVIRONMENT The work environment characteristics attached to the job description are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. - See Physical Demands Form COMMITMENT TO SAFETY & WELLNESS It is the policy of the City of Kingman to ensure a safe, healthful workplace for all its employees. It requires that every person in the organization assumes the responsibility of individual and organizational safety. Injury and illness losses from incidents are costly and preventable. The City of Kingman will employ an effective accident and illness prevention program and a comprehensive wellness program that involves all its employees in the effort to eliminate workplace hazards and promote employee health and wellness. All employees are expected and encouraged to participate in safety and wellness program activities including the following: reporting hazards, unsafe work practices and accidents immediately to their supervisors or a safety committee representative; wearing required personal protective equipment; and participating in and supporting safety committee activities. DISCLAIMER The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by individuals assigned to this position. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel in this position. This job description is subject to change as the needs and requirements of the position changes. FIND YOUR REWARDING CAREER WITH US! Personal Growth Opportunities ~ Meaningful and Challenging Work ~ Public Service Community Spirit ~ Training and Development FIND YOUR REWARDING CAREER WITH US! Personal Growth Opportunities ~ Meaningful and Challenging Work ~ Public Service Community Spirit ~ Training and Development This position is not eligible for benefits except for AZ Sick Leave Accruals earned @ 1hr for every 30 hrs worked. Closing Date/Time: 5/17/2024 5:00 PM Arizona
CITY OF KINGMAN, AZ City of Kingman, Arizona, United States
Mar 08, 2024
Temporary
Job Summary CITY OF KINGMAN PROGRAM SUPERVISOR - PART TIME PARKS AND RECREATION Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 $ 15.72 $ 15.97 $ 16.22 (HIRE IN RANGE; DOQ) INTERVIEWS TO OCCUR MARCH 21ST - APRIL 19TH POSITIONS OPEN UNTIL FILLED. APPLY EARLY! Looking for a summer job? Consider the City of Kingman Parks and Recreation Summer Programs! We are now accepting applications for a Program Supervisor. Must be at least 18 years or older. OVERVIEW The City of Kingman is located in Mohave County approximately 100 miles southeast of Las Vegas and 195 miles northwest of Phoenix nestled between the beautiful Cerbat and Hualapai Mountain Ranges along historic Route 66. In 2019, Reader’s Digest named Kingman one of the “Nicest Places in Arizona” for its thoughtful residents and spirit of generosity. In addition to its small-town look and feel, the area also offers a wide range of recreational activities that include hiking, bike and ATV trails, camping, golf, beautiful parks, historical attractions, nearby lakes, and the Colorado River. With more than 400 full and part-time employees across 30 divisions, the City of Kingman provides exceptional public services to over 30,000 residents. Our focus on high-quality customer service, safety, and teamwork underpins our efforts to foster an atmosphere where citizens and businesses can thrive. For more information about the City of Kingman, please see our Open Finance Portal , Choose Kingman Economic Development page, and our Go Kingman tourism page for more information. GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF POSITION This class is the third level in a three level Program series. Incumbents are responsible for performing advanced journey, supervisory level duties in support of recreational programs and assisting department recreation staff with the development, implementation and evaluation of recreation programs for children, youth and adults (i.e., cultural arts, youth-adult sports, special interest classes, special events, and after school and summer programs) . This position also facilitates, supervises and participates in providing and presenting recreation programs and activities to the community and in organizing and implementing programs, planning activities and events, preparing facilities for scheduled functions, and supervising participants. Assures that safe and appropriate recreation facilities and programs, services and activities are provided and adhere to, ensuring safe environments for participants. SUPERVISION RECEIVED Works under general supervision of Department Recreation Staff SUPERVISION EXERCISED Supervises Program Aides, Program Assistants and volunteers. Provides guidance to Recreation Instructors as needed. Minimum Qualifications/Special Requirements EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE Minimum of 18 years of age or older. Graduation from High School or GED equivalent One to three (1-3) years experience in developing and implementing recreation programs and working with youth and/or adult programs Some experience in facility and program oversight Some experience in leading and supervising staff OR Any combination of education, experience and training which demonstrates the knowledge and experience to perform the duties and responsibilities of the position. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS Valid Arizona state driver’s license or ability to obtain one - Employees must be at least 18 years of age to operate a City vehicle. Possession of Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation/First Aid Certification or ability to obtain certification within 60 days of assignment to position. Essential Functions Essential Functions are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills. They are intended to be accurate summaries of what the job classification involves and what is required to perform it. Oversees day-to-day on-site recreation program functions; provides recreational programs, services, special events, excursions and activities for participants. Makes daily and weekly visits to each site. Coordinates, schedules, trains and monitors the work of part-time staff and volunteers; ensures staff maintains safe and aesthetically pleasing recreation venues and events while adhering to department and City policies and procedures; Works with staff to establish consistent rules, discipline procedures, and organization and submittal of timely reports and records. Coordinates and facilitates recreation activities, classes, workshops, social events, and special programs; supervises recreation programs, facility and event patrons; monitors activities and enforces rules and safety standards; assists, supervises and coaches participants in various recreation programs; promotes a positive learning environment and good personal behavior; reports and resolves complaints, requests, equipment repair/replacement needs, safety conditions, security issues and illegal activities. Recognizes, avoids, reports, and resolves unsafe acts, conditions, accidents and injuries, complaints, disciplinary actions, special requests, safety conditions, and security issues to department recreation staff. Maintains program accounting and administrative records; updates and maintains database of activity schedules, classes and special events; coordinates event schedules and reconciles schedule conflicts; maintains paperwork, registration forms and event calendars. Promotes good relationships with neighborhood and community groups and other agencies; may provide outreach functions with schools, community service groups, parents and general public to promote program activities and coordinate utilization of facilities. Plans, coordinates, and schedules activities and services for recreation programs and special events to provide recreational opportunities in a safe, fun, healthy, and inviting environment; recreation activities include sports and aquatics programs, athletic contests, sporting and outdoor recreation events, games, classes, youth enrichment programs, wellness classes, special adult programs, summer day camps, after-school programs and other programs and events. Maintains appropriate communication with school personnel, participant’s parents or guardians, and all other recreation staff members. Plans, organizes, schedules, facilitates, and evaluates recreation programs and activities in the area assigned. Supervises the distribution, care, use and maintenance of all supplies and equipment. Assists in set-up and take-down for events related to special events, classes, programs and activities. Responds to public inquiries about recreation programs made by phone, correspondence or during public meetings and explains program policies and procedures. Assists in the preparation of brochures, calendars, letters, posters, news releases and flyers, and related communications regarding recreation programs. Performs a variety of miscellaneous duties such as answering the phone, typing correspondence, running errands, picking up supplies, conducting children’s arts/crafts, making arrangements for rental and use of Parks and Recreation facilities, helping to set-up tables and chairs, transporting program participants, etc. Instructs participants in individual and group activities. Provides guidance, supervision, care and activities for various program participants and activities, maintains discipline, provides corrective counseling and consequences, enforces rules, and resolves disciplinary problems. Observes participants during program activities to monitor for safety and health standards. Inspects recreation equipment for proper working order and safety. Operates a motor vehicle requiring a standard Arizona Driver's License to travel to various work sites to perform assigned tasks based on department or seasonal needs, transport participants, equipment, supplies, and materials. Assists with organizing activities for recreational programs. Work may include: assisting with the planning, preparing and conducting of activities, games, crafts, field trips, and indoor/outdoor activities. Maintains appropriate discipline and program decorum. Greets customers and patrons, responds to inquiries and requests, and provides information, assistance or instruction regarding program policies, procedures, and activities. Responsible for maintain communication between staff and participants. Maintains order, safety and cleanliness of service areas and equipment by following procedures and enforcing operational rules and regulations. Performs basic cleaning and sanitizing of facilities and program areas. Observes all necessary precautions to secure the safety of participants. Identifies and reports unsafe conditions, assists with general maintenance and/or initiates repair requests. Attends all necessary meetings and trainings as scheduled. Provides excellent and proficient customer service to both internal and external customers. Communicates and acts in a professional manner with the public, co-workers, and work contacts. Regular attendance is an essential function of this job to ensure continuity. May be required to work early mornings, afternoons, evenings, weekends and holidays as needed. May be required to assist with special events and other department programs and activities were needed. Performs all work duties and activities in accordance with City policies and procedures; follows safety policies and practices, works safel, and reports unsafe activity and conditions. PERIPHERAL DUTIES Performs related duties as required. Performs special assignments as requested. KNOWLEDGE Considerable knowledge of recreation philosophy, planning and administration; Equipment, facilities, operations and techniques used in a comprehensive community recreation program; Customer service principles and practices; Recordkeeping practices; First aid and CPR for proper response in an emergency situation; Federal OSHA and State and County regulations and City policies regarding safe work practices; A large variety of recreational activities suitable for children, adolescents, and adults; principles and practices of leadership and supervising others. SKILLS Skill in the effective, safe operation of listed tools and equipment; Utilizing computer hardware and software to accomplish work assignments (i.e., Microsoft Office) and demonstrate proficiency to update documents, spreadsheets, and databases; Supervising multiple games and activities simultaneously; Officiating, keeping score and timing a variety of youth and adult sports; Providing courteous and efficient service to the public and in responding to inquiries, complaints and requests in a fair, tactful and firm manner; Verbal and written communication; Establishing and maintaining effective working relationships; and Basic recordkeeping practices. ABILITIES Ability to develop, coordinate, and direct varied activities involved in a community recreation program; Communicate effectively orally and in writing; Adhere to program standards and objectives outlined in city policy and by supervisors; Use initiative and independent judgement within established procedural guidelines; Provide effective training, supervision and evaluation of staff and plan and direct their work; Assessing and prioritizing multiple tasks, projects and demands; Accompany groups of all ages on field trips and off-site activities; Enforce sport and activity rules and regulations; Enforce discipline; Interact with a diverse group of individuals in a cooperative, compassionate and caring manner; Open, prepare, and supervise the use of, and break down and close of a recreational facility and/or special event, which may include site prep, rearranging classrooms and moving furniture and equipment; Operate a motor vehicle safely, if assigned; Keep and maintain complete and accurate manual and electronic records; Respond to requests and inquiries courteously; Perform basic arithmetic calculations; Use equipment and tools properly and safely; Participate in teamwork productively and establish and maintain effective working relationships with employees, supervisors, other agencies, participants, instructors, community leaders and the general public; Maintain regular attendance and recognize attendance as an essential function of this job to ensure continuity; Willingness to work shifts and hours for department held events and activities to include the working of early mornings, afternoons, evenings, nights, weekends, and holidays as scheduled and as necessary; and work in different weather conditions with exposure to the elements; and Promote and enforce safe work practices. EXPECTED BEHAVIOR/QUALITY OF SERVICES Excellence is the responsibility of everyone at the City of Kingman. We lead by our core values in constant pursuit of excellence: Commitment - Dedicate oneself to consistent and excellent public service. Innovation - Implement unique, creative and cost-effective solutions. Communication - Communicate in a positive, honest and productive manner. Integrity - Adherence to high ethical standards. Diversity - Promote inclusiveness and impartiality throughout the organization. Personal Responsibility - Take initiative to achieve excellence and accept accountability, uphold confidentiality, know when to report indiscretions and inappropriate actions even when it may be uncomfortable to do so, take responsibility for your work environment. Respect - Demonstrate a high regard for others, support each other. Teamwork - Promote and encourage cooperative efforts, open communication and trust, encourage positive feedback. All City employees are expected to conduct themselves consistently and in support of the above values . SELECTION GUIDELINES Submittal/review of employment applications, screening/rating of application in relation to training and experience to job description and overall presentation and job history/stability, oral interview, reference and background check. Supplemental job related tests may be required. Miscellaneous WORK ENVIRONMENT The work environment characteristics attached to the job description are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. - See Physical Demands Form COMMITMENT TO SAFETY & WELLNESS It is the policy of the City of Kingman to ensure a safe, healthful workplace for all its employees. It requires that every person in the organization assumes the responsibility of individual and organizational safety. Injury and illness losses from incidents are costly and preventable. The City of Kingman will employ an effective accident and illness prevention program and a comprehensive wellness program that involves all its employees in the effort to eliminate workplace hazards and promote employee health and wellness. All employees are expected and encouraged to participate in safety and wellness program activities including the following: reporting hazards, unsafe work practices and accidents immediately to their supervisors or a safety committee representative; wearing required personal protective equipment; and participating in and supporting safety committee activities. DISCLAIMER The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by individuals assigned to this position. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel in this position. This job description is subject to change as the needs and requirements of the position changes. FIND YOUR REWARDING CAREER WITH US! Personal Growth Opportunities ~ Meaningful and Challenging Work ~ Public Service Community Spirit ~ Training and Development This position is seasonal 90 days or less with no benefits. Closing Date/Time: 5/27/2024 5:00 PM Arizona
CITY OF KINGMAN, AZ City of Kingman, Arizona, United States
Mar 08, 2024
Part Time
Job Summary CITY OF KINGMAN PART-TIME YOUTH BASKETBALL SPORTS OFFICIAL CITY OF KINGMAN RECREATION DEPARTMENT $13.95/HOURLY Overview The City of Kingman is located in Mohave County approximately 100 miles southeast of Las Vegas and 195 miles northwest of Phoenix nestled between the beautiful Cerbat and Hualapai mountain ranges along historic Route 66. In 2019, Reader’s Digest named Kingman one of the “Nicest Places in Arizona” for its thoughtful residents and spirit of generosity. In addition to its small-town look and feel, the area also offers a wide range of recreational activities that include hiking, bike and ATV trails, camping, golf, beautiful parks, historical attractions, nearby lakes and the Colorado River. With more than 400 full and part-time employees across 30 divisions, the City of Kingman provides exceptional public services to over 30,000 residents. Our focus on high-quality customer service, safety and teamwork underpins our efforts to foster an atmosphere where citizens and businesses can thrive. For more information about the City of Kingman, please see our Open Finance Portal , Choose Kingman Economic Development page and our Go Kingman tourism page for more information. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS: Part-time, seasonal position officiating youth sport programs. The Sports Official is a broad classification and encompasses various assignments with department flexibility to assign employees to sub-classifications. The formal, reported classification title for employees will be Sports Official; however, employees will be assigned to sub-classification titles within the Sports Official classification depending upon assignment. With the assignment to a sub-classification(s), corresponding placement to pay assignment(s) will be determined based on duties to be performed and the meeting of wage qualifiers. Referee - Basketball (Youth) Applicants may need to have the ability to complete a basketball scorebook and or operate a score board/clock for basketball seasons. Wage Qualifiers : Level 1: Beginner, still learning rules, basic court mechanics, needs training and/or strong partner. Level 2: Basic rules knowledge, good mechanics, can handle game control. Can qualify to an employee with a minimum of 2 years experience and based on attendance and performance. High School Certification preferred. Level 3: Complete rules knowledge, excellent mechanics, ability to train and control game; and/or High School Certified for example, AIA, CIF, etc. Can qualify to an employee with 3 or more years experience and based on attendance and performance. Department will track sub-classifications and will document on Personnel Action Form. Department will provide appropriate notations in the remarks section of the Personnel Action Form in order to affect appropriate payment of wages for each assigned sub-classification and will also ensure time worked in the sub-classification(s) is appropriately recorded on the employee's timesheet. SUPERVISION RECEIVED: W orks under the direct supervision of the Recreation Coordinator or Recreation Superintendent and general supervision of the Parks & Recreation Director. SUPERVISION EXERCISED: At times will be responsible for supervision and security of facility and participants of sports programs. Miscellaneous Education and Experience: Minimum of age 16 to work in Youth Program; Minimum of age 18 to work in Adult Programs. High School Graduate or receipt of GED preferred. Prior officiating experience preferred. Prior experience in playing or coaching the sport(s) being officiated. Special Requirements : First Aid/CPR/AED certification preferred. Referee & Umpire Certification through an affiliated organization is recommended. Essential Functions are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills. They are intended to be accurate summaries of what the job classification involves and what is required to perform it. Provide quality officiating during adult or youth sports contests. Read and understand local rules as well as national rules of the sports or programs that are being officiated. Work at scheduled times and in appropriate attire. Develop a positive relationship with the participants and educate when necessary. Enforces game rules. Maintain appropriate level of control, fairness, and consistency in all game situations. Alleviate arguments and unsportsmanlike conduct before it gets out of hand. Maintain safe, fun, yet competitive game atmosphere. Resolve participant conflicts and disputes with tact and diplomacy. Assures safety and sanitary environment and notifies immediate supervisor of any problems and/or concerns. Sets up and cleans up facilities (Volleyball Offical). Receives, stores and issues sports equipment and supplies (Volleyball Offical). Assist with pre- and post-game logistics and administrative functions. Assist in filling out any forms that are in need of completing. Conduct games in an efficient fashion in the allotted time and on the day scheduled. Maintain a positive relationship with staff, co-workers, participants, and spectators. Provides excellent and proficient customer service to both internal and external customers. Communicates and acts in a professional manner with the public, co-workers, and work contacts. Regular attendance is an essential function of this job to ensure continuity. May be required to work early mornings, evenings, weekends and holidays as needed. Performs all work duties and activities in accordance with City policies and procedures; follows safety policies and practices, works in a safe manner, and reports unsafe activity and conditions. Peripheral Duties: Performs related duties as required. Knowledge: Working knowledge of sports and sportsmanship; Sport specific rules and procedures; Safety rules and regulations; Facilities, equipment and materials utilized in sports programs being officiated. Skills: Skill in supervising participants and enforcing park, facility and safety rules; Making mathematical calculations and drawing logical conclusions; Providing basic first aid, CPR, AED; Following and maintaining safety standards, and identifying safety problems. Abilities: Act confidentially and make judgment based decisions quickly and accurately, particularly while facing adversity; Be fair and impartial in judgment; Properly manage time; Demonstrate patience, effective work, officiate relationships and respect when working with participants, spectators, co-workers and facility staff; Willingly accept constructive criticism; Handle emergency situations; Work a flexible schedule, depending on program needs, including evenings and weekends and shift assignments as programs needs change; Establish and maintain good public relations; Understand and follow directions given by immediate supervisor; Understand and follow oral and written instructions and to communicate effectively orally and in writing; Participate in teamwork productively and establish and maintain effective working relationships with employees, supervisors, and the public; Interact and communicate diplomatically with the public and mediate or resolve disputes, problems, and complaints; Maintain regular attendance and recognize attendance as an essential function of this job to ensure continuity. COMMITMENT TO SAFETY AND WELLNESS : It is the policy of the City of Kingman to ensure a safe, healthful workplace for all its employees. It requires that every person in the organization assumes the responsibility of individual and organizational safety. Injury and illness losses from incidents are costly and preventable. The City of Kingman will employ an effective accident and illness prevention program and a comprehensive wellness program that involves all its employees in the effort to eliminate workplace hazards and promote employee health and wellness. All employees are expected and encouraged to participate in safety and wellness program activities including the following: reporting hazards, unsafe work practices and accidents immediately to their supervisors or a safety committee representative; wearing required personal protective equipment; and participating in and supporting safety committee activities. WORK ENVIRONMENT: The work environment characteristics attached to the job description are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. DISCLAIMER The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by individuals assigned to this position. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel in this position. This job description is subject to change as the needs and requirements of the position changes. FIND YOUR REWARDING CAREER WITH US! Personal Growth Opportunities ~ Meaningful and Challenging Work ~ Public Service Community Spirit ~ Training and Development This position is not eligible for benefits except for AZ Sick Leave Accruals earned @ 1hr for every 30 hrs worked. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
CITY OF KINGMAN, AZ City of Kingman, Arizona, United States
Mar 08, 2024
Full Time
Job Summary POSITION IS OPEN UNTIL FILLED Relocation assistance and other allowances are readily available to support your seamless transition into this pivotal role. GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF POSITION The Director of Development Services is responsible for planning, directing, managing and overseeing the activities and operations of the Building Safety, Code Enforcement, and Planning Divisions of the Development Services Department. This role encompasses various aspects, including land use planning, zoning, building inspections and general development. The Director's primary responsibilities include long-range planning, land use regulation, and ensuring that the city's planning efforts align with the city’s strategic objectives. SUPERVISION RECEIVED The Director of Development Services works independently with considerable latitude for discretion and judgment under the broad guidance and general supervision of the City Manager. The work is reviewed through meetings and reports relating to goals, objectives, and service delivery. SUPERVISION EXERCISED The Director directly provides management direction and supervision over professional and clerical/technician/paraprofessional staff within the department. Minimum Qualifications/Special Requirements EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE: Bachelor's Degree in Urban Planning, Architecture, Construction Management, Geography, Public Administration, Social Sciences, or a related field. Advanced degree is preferred. Seven (7) years of progressively responsible experience in municipal planning, plan review, general city planning, zoning administration, and building code application and enforcement with three (3) years in a supervisory or management capacity. American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP) Certification required. Possession of International Code Council Building Official certificate is required within twelve months of hire. OR an equivalent combination of education, experience, and training equivalent to the above minimum requirements. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS Valid Arizona Driver’s License or ability to obtain within three (3) months of hire. Essential Functions ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES Essential Functions are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills. They are intended to be accurate summaries of what the job classification involves and what is required to perform it. Develop, plan and implement department goals and objectives; recommend and administer policies and procedures related to planning, building inspection and engineering operations. Coordinate department activities with those of other departments and outside agencies and organizations; prepare and present staff reports and other necessary correspondence. Direct, oversee and participate in the development of the department’s work plan; assign work activities, projects and programs; monitor work flow; review and evaluate work products, methods and procedures. Manage and participate in the development and administration of the Development Services Department budget; direct the forecast of additional funds needed for staffing, equipment, materials and supplies; monitor and approve expenditures. Monitor overall growth and development relative to the General Plan; design, prepare and recommend appropriate codes and ordinances related to the General Plan, land use, subdivisions, and other community development matters; administer current ordinances; prepare revisions as needed. Coordinate and manage the review of private and public development projects; conduct public hearings as required. Select, train, motivate and evaluate personnel; provide or coordinate staff training; conduct performance evaluations; implement discipline procedures; maintain discipline and high standards necessary for the efficient and professional operation of the department. Serve as liaison with developers, contractors, and citizen groups regarding planning related activities and projects. Resolve and respond to controversial issues, citizen complaints or inquiries with excellent customer service. Represent the department to outside groups and organizations and federal, state, county, and local officials on planning, building inspection, housing, flood plain management and related issues; participate in outside community and professional groups and committees; provide technical assistance as necessary. Research and prepare technical and administrative reports and studies; prepare written correspondence; provide technical presentations to the City Council and Planning Commission. Build and maintain positive working relationships with co-workers, other City employees and the public using principles of good customer service. Perform related duties as assigned. PERIPHERAL DUTIES Serve as a member of various committees. Miscellaneous Necessary Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: Knowledge: Knowledge of the applicable federal, state and city construction codes and related laws and ordinances. Understanding of principles and practices of public administration, personnel administration, supervision, continuous quality improvement, customer service, and public meetings and hearings. Familiarity with the construction, nuisance, environmental, and zoning codes, ordinances, and development requirements as adopted by the City of Kingman, including their format, content, and purpose. Understanding of subdivision design principles and land-use relationships. Knowledge of leadership and team styles and skills. Proficiency in computer software applications, such as word processing, database, and spreadsheet software. Familiarity with modern methods and techniques as applied to the design and construction of buildings and site development. Understanding of construction or building permit issuance policies and procedures. Knowledge of construction or engineering trade codes and terminology. Understanding of the principles and practices of civil engineering, as well as the methods and techniques used in the design of public water, sanitary sewer, storm sewer, underground utility lines, retention basins, and public street improvements. Familiarity with building construction materials, methods, building trade codes, and terminology. Knowledge of site planning and building design concepts. Skills: Skilled in planning, organizing, coordinating, and administering comprehensive and coordinated programs. Proficient in designing, developing, and implementing development programs. Strong ability to communicate the City's development strategy effectively to diverse groups. Proficient at developing effective working partnerships with diverse individuals, boards, agencies, and organizations. Ability to identify and implement appropriate funding resources and strategies. Proficient in grant writing and grant management. Skilled in researching complex issues, collecting and analyzing data, and writing clear, accurate, and concise summaries, reports, and other written materials. Effective verbal communications, including public speaking to both large and small audiences. Ability to coordinate a variety of complex tasks simultaneously. Skill in mathematical calculations. Proficient in operating modern office equipment, including complex computer software and hardware related to assigned programs. Ability: Establish leadership over the assigned workgroup and direct staff in meeting acceptable service levels for customers. Supervise and evaluate the work of professional and technical staff. Coordinate and assign work to subordinates to maximize the quality and quantity of work within the hierarchy of priority. Use graphic instructions such as blueprints, schematic drawings, layouts, or other visual aids. Perform a broad range of supervisory responsibilities over others. Analyze various administrative, operational, and fiscal problems and make sound recommendations for solutions. Participate in the formulation of the unit operating budget. Resolve work procedure problems and questions presented by subordinate-level employees. Confer with engineers, developers, architects, attorneys, property owners, consultants, various agencies, and the general public to acquire information, coordinate division matters, and provide information related to the area of assignment. Assess and assign priorities to problems and work assignments when confronted with several pressing demands at one time. Participate in code development with appropriate agencies and jurisdictions. Identify and facilitate formal and informal review/appeal processes for disputed requirements. Identify process delays and demonstrate continuous effort to improve operations and decrease turnaround times. Make recommendations based on investigation and analysis of building conditions, construction, and code violations regarding property status. Resolve complex construction code interpretations related to field inspection decisions. Read and interpret building codes, plans, and specifications, and detect deficiencies or deviations from approved plans and field observations. Communicate with and respond tactfully to a diverse public in answering questions, handling complaints, and explaining work-related City policies. Partner with other City departments or outside entities to review and make recommendations to improve work processes. Maintains confidentiality of protected information, data, and records. WORK ENVIRONMENT The work environment characteristics attached to the job description are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. COMMITMENT TO SAFETY AND WELLNESS Management is accountable for preventing workplace incidents, injuries and illnesses. Management will provide top-level support of safety program and wellness initiatives. Management will consider all employee suggestions for achieving a safer, healthier workplace. Management also will keep informed about workplace safety and health hazards, and it will regularly review the company safety and wellness program. DISCLAIMER: The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by individuals assigned to this position. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel in this position. This job description is subject to change as the needs and requirements of the position changes. FIND YOUR REWARDING CAREER WITH US! Personal Growth Opportunities ~ Meaningful and Challenging Work ~ Public Service Community Spirit ~ Training and Development 2023-2024 Benefit Guide (PDF) Health Excellent medical, dental and vision insurance. Telemedicine available through BlueCare Anywhere for general medical and behavioral health. Flexible spending (FSA) or health savings accounts (HSA). Employer contribution to HSA equivalent to 50% of plan-year deductible. This is currently $750 for Single Coverage and $1,500 for Family Coverage. Employer-paid group basic life insurance coverage for employee and dependents on medical plan. Supplemental group insurance and third-party options available. Virgin Pulse, our comprehensive well-being platform designed to push you towardsgood health in mind, body and spirit. Participation incentives with up to $300 redeemable annually. Work/Life support services through the SupportLincEmployee Assistance Program (EAP). Six free counseling visits annually. Leave 12 paid holidays , including a floating birthday holiday each year. 16-35 paid vacation days per year. 6.15 hrs. 1-5 years; 7.69 hrs. 5-10 yrs.; 9.23 hrs. 10-15 yrs.; 10.77 hrs. 15+ yrs. Shift fire personnel accrue leave at 1/3 more per pay period. 3.69 sick hrs per pay period (approx. 9-12 sick days per year). Shift fire personnel accrue leave at 1/3 more per pay period. Part-time/seasonal employees earn 1 hours of sick time for every 30 hours worked. Other leave types available, including: 10 hours of Volunteer Time Off (VTO). Up to 5 days for bereavement. Jury Duty. Military Training, and more. Leave donation program. Financial Tuition reimbursement up to $4,500 annually. Shift differential pay (2nd & 3rd shift). Bonus Programs. Skill-based, Certification & Bilingual Pay. Clothing Allowance for Uniformed Personnel. Recognition & Appreciation Quarterly Performance Conversations (TrakStar). Mission, Vision, Values (MVV) Excellence Awards. Safety Awards. Service Awards at 5, 10, 15, 20+ years of service. Biannual All-Employee BBQ Lunch. Annual Employee Pool Party. Retirement City matching to AZ State Retirement System & Long Term Disability (ASRS). Additional retirement solutions available through optional third-party on pre-tax basis, including457-deferred compensation and Roth IRA. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
CITY OF KINGMAN, AZ City of Kingman, Arizona, United States
Mar 08, 2024
Part Time
Job Summary CITY OF KINGMAN PART-TIME GROUNDSKEEPER PARKS AND RECREATION - GOLF DIVISION $15.50/HOURLY TYPICAL SCHEDULE - 19 HOURS/WEEK FRIDAY THROUGH SUNDAY & HOLIDAYS POSITION IS FLSA NON-EXEMPT JOB POSTING OPEN UNTIL FILLED The City of Kingman is located in Mohave County approximately 100 miles southeast of Las Vegas and 195 miles northwest of Phoenix nestled between the beautiful Cerbat and Hualapai mountain ranges along historic Route 66. In 2019, Reader’s Digest named Kingman one of the “Nicest Places in Arizona” for its thoughtful residents and spirit of generosity. In addition to its small-town look and feel, the area also offers a wide range of recreational activities that include hiking, bike and ATV trails, camping, golf, beautiful parks, historical attractions, nearby lakes and the Colorado River. With more than 400 full and part-time employees across 30 divisions, the City of Kingman provides exceptional public services to over 30,000 residents. Our focus on high-quality customer service, safety and teamwork underpins our efforts to foster an atmosphere where citizens and businesses can thrive. For more information about the City of Kingman, please see our Open Finance Portal , Choose Kingman Economic Development page and our Go Kingman tourism page for more information. GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF POSITION The primary function of an employee in this class is to perform a variety of general labor and semi-skilled maintenance work for the City’s Parks and Recreation Department in outdoor and public areas, including parks, sports fields, golf course, medians, rights-of-ways, and other public grounds. Work includes general grounds and greens maintenance and facility maintenance and cleaning. An employee in this class may be assigned to other maintenance duties for the Department. SUPERVISION RECEIVED Works under the immediate supervision of a Parks Superintendent or Crewleader as assigned to Parks or Golf Superintendent or Crewleader as assigned to Golf Course. SUPERVISION EXERCISED May provide supervision over Groundskeepers - Part Time, temporary agency workers, volunteers, community service workers and inmate trustee laborers. Minimum Qualifications/Special Requirements EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE Some experience in maintaining parks, golf courses and related facilities. Any combination of education, experience and training which demonstrates the knowledge and experience to perform the duties and responsibilities of the position. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS Valid Arizona state driver’s license or ability to obtain one within six months. Essential Functions ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Essential Functions are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills. They are intended to be accurate summaries of what the job classification involves and what is required to perform it. Performs a variety of routine and semi-skilled grounds maintenance tasks at City facilities, parks, golf course, sports fields, medians, rights of way, and landscaped areas; duties may vary according to job assignment and individual skills. Performs maintenance within scope of authority and training, and in accordance with all safety regulations and procedures; notifies supervisor of safety hazards, equipment problems and emergency situations. Mows and maintains park, golf course and other facility spaces/areas such as baseball and soccer fields; mows weeds; cleans and maintains tennis courts and nets; maintains sprinkler systems and assists in the repair and installation of sprinkler lines and heads. Drags ball fields; lines fields and prepares fields for games and golf course for tournaments, league play and other sporting events. Inspects, washes, and performs routine maintenance of park and golf course facilities, restrooms and drinking fountains, as well as, playground equipment and facilities. Removes litter and debris; cleans spills and corrects unsafe conditions in a timely manner and according to procedures. Sweeps, washes, paints, and repairs or replaces park tables and slabs. Performs minor semi-skilled interior building maintenance such as painting, plumbing, carpentry, and other unskilled and semi-skilled trades work. Performs routine maintenance on lawn and power equipment. Identifies, corrects and reports to supervisors problems and/or unsafe conditions. Maintains inspection, repair and maintenance reports. Plants lawns, trees, shrubs, and flowers. Carries out the seeding, fertilizing, top dressing, soil conditioning, watering, and the pest and weed control of the City's parks golf course and other facility spaces/areas. Operates, maintains and adjusts specialized turf care equipment and tools, including electric motors, pumps, sprinklers, tractors, mowers, and irrigation systems. Operates tractors, mowers, jack hammers, welders, trucks, steam cleaners, buffers, washers, and other listed equipment as needed. Maintains current skills and knowledge in the proper and safe techniques of building and grounds maintenance functions. Performs custodial work such as required and assigned, including but not limited to: changing light bulbs and fluorescent tubes; sweeping floors and grounds; vacuuming carpets; mopping; shampooing and steam cleaning carpets; buffing non-carpeted areas; dumping garbage and relining cans with liners; cleaning and sanitizing restrooms, ramadas and picnic areas and replenishing supplies; emptying ash cans; cleaning spills; clean drinking fountains, mirrors, tables, walls, fixtures, blinds, light fixtures, etc.; dusting furniture; washing windows, walls, metal and woodwork; cleaning rain gutters; sweeping roofs. Collects and disposes of solid waste from buildings and grounds; picks up litter from premises, removes graffiti. Opens and closes, locks and unlocks facilities as needed. Assists in setting up and taking down equipment for various park and recreation programs, prepares facilities for park and recreation program use. Installs and maintains goal posts and nets for sports facilities, including soccer, volleyball, baseball, softball, tennis and basketball. Assists in the construction of new parks facilities, enhancements, remodeling, etc., including clearing, grading, drainage, constructing, and foundation work. Keeps records of work completed. Provides excellent and proficient customer service to both internal and external customers. Communicates and acts in a professional manner with the public, co-workers, and work contacts. Regular attendance is an essential function of this job to ensure continuity. May be required to work early mornings, evenings, weekends and holidays as needed. Performs all work duties and activities in accordance with City policies and procedures; follows safety policies and practices, works in a safe manner, and reports unsafe activity and conditions. PERIPHERAL DUTIES Assists with special events set-ups and take downs. Serves as a member of various employee committees, as assigned. Performs related duties as required. Performs special assignments as requested. Miscellaneous NECESSARY KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES KNOWLEDGE Basic knowledge of grounds maintenance skills, including, but not limited to, mowing, trimming, planting, weeding, pruning and fertilization; Basic knowledge of general maintenance and custodial practices and of equipment, materials and supplies used in building and grounds maintenance; Basic knowledge of equipment and supplies used to do minor repairs; Basic knowledge of traffic laws and rules involved in vehicle and equipment operation; Basic knowledge of Federal and State OSHA regulations and City policies and practices regarding safe work practices. SKILLS Skill in the effective, safe operation of listed tools and equipment; Diagnose and repair problems and perform routine maintenance and repair activities; Following and maintaining safety standards, and identifying safety problems; Preparing inspection, maintenance and repair records and files; Promoting and enforcing safe work practices. ABILITIES Work independently and to complete daily activities according to work schedule; Prepare and maintain records; Lift heavy objects, walk and stand for long periods of time, and to perform strenuous physical labor under adverse field conditions; Perform custodial activities and manual labor; Understand and follow oral and written instructions and to communicate effectively orally and in writing; Use equipment and tools properly and safely; Adapt to changing priorities; Read and follow label instructions; Participate in teamwork productively and establish and maintain effective working relationships with employees, supervisors, and the public; Maintain regular attendance and recognize attendance as an essential function of this job to ensure continuity; Willingness to work shifts and hours for department to meet operational and service needs to include the working of early mornings, evenings, nights, weekends, holidays and overtime as scheduled and as necessary; and work in different weather conditions with exposure to the elements. COMMITMENT TO SAFETY AND WELLNESS It is the policy of the City of Kingman to ensure a safe, healthful workplace for all its employees. It requires that every person in the organization assumes the responsibility of individual and organizational safety. Injury and illness losses from incidents are costly and preventable. The City of Kingman will employ an effective accident and illness prevention program and a comprehensive wellness program that involves all its employees in the effort to eliminate workplace hazards and promote employee health and wellness. All employees are expected and encouraged to participate in safety and wellness program activities including the following: reporting hazards, unsafe work practices and accidents immediately to their supervisors or a safety committee representative; wearing required personal protective equipment; and participating in and supporting safety committee activities. WORK ENVIRONMENT: The work environment characteristics attached to the job description are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. DISCLAIMER The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by individuals assigned to this position. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel in this position. This job description is subject to change as the needs and requirements of the position changes. FIND YOUR REWARDING CAREER WITH US! Personal Growth Opportunities ~ Meaningful and Challenging Work ~ Public Service Community Spirit ~ Training and Development FIND YOUR REWARDING CAREER WITH US! Personal Growth Opportunities ~ Meaningful and Challenging Work ~ Public Service Community Spirit ~ Training and Development This position is not eligible for benefits except for AZ Sick Leave Accruals earned @ 1hr for every 30 hrs worked.
CITY OF KINGMAN, AZ City of Kingman, Arizona, United States
Mar 08, 2024
Temporary
Job Summary CITY OF KINGMAN LIFEGUARD - PART TIME PARKS AND RECREATION Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 $ 14.81 $ 15.06 $ 15.31 (HIRE IN RANGE; DOQ) INTERVIEWS TO OCCUR MARCH 21ST - APRIL 19TH POSITIONS OPEN UNTIL FILLED. APPLY EARLY! Looking for a summer job? Consider the City of Kingman Parks and Recreation Summer Programs! We are now accepting applications for new or returning Lifeguards. Must be at least 15 years or older. OVERVIEW The City of Kingman is located in Mohave County approximately 100 miles southeast of Las Vegas and 195 miles northwest of Phoenix nestled between the beautiful Cerbat and Hualapai Mountain Ranges along historic Route 66. In 2019, Reader’s Digest named Kingman one of the “Nicest Places in Arizona” for its thoughtful residents and spirit of generosity. In addition to its small-town look and feel, the area also offers a wide range of recreational activities that include hiking, bike and ATV trails, camping, golf, beautiful parks, historical attractions, nearby lakes, and the Colorado River. With more than 400 full and part-time employees across 30 divisions, the City of Kingman provides exceptional public services to over 30,000 residents. Our focus on high-quality customer service, safety, and teamwork underpins our efforts to foster an atmosphere where citizens and businesses can thrive. For more information about the City of Kingman, please see our Open Finance Portal , Choose Kingman Economic Development page, and our Go Kingman tourism page for more information. GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF POSITION Primary work of the certified Lifeguard is to ensure the safety of individuals using the City’s swimming pools. A Lifeguard’s major responsibility is to observe swimmers and enforce regulations in the guarding of life and the prevention of accidents at the City’s swimming pools. Incumbents support daily program operations, maintains sanitation and cleanliness of pool and surrounding area; assists in scheduling and conducting aquatic activities. SUPERVISION RECEIVED Works under general supervision of the Aquatics Manager and Assistant Aquatics Manager. SUPERVISION EXERCISED Exercises supervision over all aquatic patrons and performs as a mentor of new lifeguards employees who are in training. Minimum Qualifications/Special Requirements EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE Minimum of 15 years of age or older to be employed with City of Kingman as a Certified Lifeguard (applicant must be 15 years of age to enter the Lifeguard certification program with the approval of the Lifeguard Instructor). Some experience working with the public. Be able to complete Red Cross certification program or convert from another Lifeguard certification program to Red Cross. Be able to pass a Lifeguard pre-test (physical abilities). SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS Some assignments may require valid Arizona state driver’s license or ability to obtain one. Requires possession of a valid certification from a lifeguard organization (Ellis, Red Cross, Starguard). Also prefer certification, or ability to obtain certification, as a Swim Instructor. Requires possession of Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR), First Aid, Automated External Defibrillators (AED) and Bloodborne Pathogens Training certifications . Essential Functions Essential Functions are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills. They are intended to be accurate summaries of what the job classification involves and what is required to perform it. Monitors and observes a given section of water area within the prescribed aquatic environment, and the swimmers within that prescribed area. Performs professional rescue procedures as needed, and offering assistance to aquatic patrons when required, in addition to practicing all current preventative measures. Responds professionally to public inquiries about aquatic programs, rules and procedures, o bserves all necessary precautions to secure the safety of patrons and enforces pool safety rules and regulations. Remains physically fit, mentally alert and prepared to meet an emergency. Monitors and maintains pools for cleanliness and sanitation, informing supervisors of noted issues. Performs routine maintenance such as skimming pool, hosing deck, arranging deck chairs, etc. Makes periodic tests of water in the pool to determine chemical balance of chlorinators. Develops cooperative relationships with pool patrons to ensure positive public relations. Assists in the preparation of posters, fliers, and related promotional material related to aquatic programs, and special events. Coordinates, completes and maintains all records as they relate to the City of Kingman employment procedures, filing of accident, incident, or employee related reports. Performs a variety of miscellaneous duties such as answering the phone, typing, facility supervision, public speaking to youth groups and classes, and general public relations and promotion of the City Aquatic programs. Attends all necessary meetings and trainings as scheduled. Completes written materials such as: daily attendance, accident/incident forms, timesheets, evaluations and other related records and reports. Provides excellent and proficient customer service to both internal and external customers. Regular attendance is an essential function of this job to ensure continuity; Maintains regular, reliable and punctual attendance and adherence to scheduled hours of work. May be required to work early mornings, afternoons, evenings, weekends and holidays as needed; Performs all work duties and activities in accordance with City policies and procedures; follows safety policies and practices, works in a safe manner, and reports unsafe activity and conditions. PERIPHERAL DUTIES May operate golf cart on park premises. If 18 years of age or older, may operate a city vehicle to run errands and attend to events. As needed, unlock and lock facilities. Performs related duties as required. Performs special assignments as requested. NECESSARY KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES Exhibits knowledge and certification from a lifeguard organization. Working knowledge of aquatic rescue equipment, facilities, operations and techniques used in a comprehensive community aquatic program; Water safety rules. Basic knowledge of customer service principles and practices. Recordkeeping practices. First aid, CPR, AED for proper response in an emergency situation. Federal, OSHA, State, and County regulations and City policies regarding safe work practices. Skill in the effective, safe operation of listed tools and equipment. Effective application of First Aid, CPR and AED and using appropriate protocols and procedures in addressing Bloodborne Pathogens. Utilizing computer hardware and software to accomplish work assignments (i.e., Microsoft Office) and demonstrate proficiency to update documents, spreadsheets, and databases. Ability to: Effectively guard to aid in ensuring safety of patrons while in the water and on the pool deck. Correctly assess emergencies and needs for assistance, implement correct decisions and act quickly and effectively in emergencies. Perform and deliver all the proper open and deep-water rescue techniques, day-to-day policies and procedures of the Aquatics division. Maintain safety and order in a swimming pool facility. Communicate effectively with the staff, supervisors, management and the public. Understand and follow directions given by immediate supervisor. Learn and understand pool rules and regulations. Adhere to program standards and objectives outlined in city policy and by supervisors. Deal courteously and cooperatively with the public. Effectively explain rules, provide guidance and enforce appropriate discipline. Keep and maintain complete and accurate manual and electronic records. Establish and maintain effective working relationships with other City employees and the public. Respond to requests and inquiries courteously. Use equipment and tools properly and safely. Participate in teamwork productively and establish and maintain effective working relationships with employees, supervisors, and the public. Maintain regular attendance and recognize attendance as an essential function of this job to ensure continuity. Willingness to work shifts and hours for department held events and activities to include the working of early mornings, afternoons, evenings, nights, weekends, and holidays as scheduled and as necessary; and work in different weather conditions with exposure to the elements. Describe orally and in writing incidents or complaints; Assist recreation staff at special events. Miscellaneous WORK ENVIRONMENT The work environment characteristics attached to the job description are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. - See Physical Demands Form COMMITMENT TO SAFETY & WELLNESS It is the policy of the City of Kingman to ensure a safe, healthful workplace for all its employees. It requires that every person in the organization assumes the responsibility of individual and organizational safety. Injury and illness losses from incidents are costly and preventable. The City of Kingman will employ an effective accident and illness prevention program and a comprehensive wellness program that involves all its employees in the effort to eliminate workplace hazards and promote employee health and wellness. All employees are expected and encouraged to participate in safety and wellness program activities including the following: reporting hazards, unsafe work practices and accidents immediately to their supervisors or a safety committee representative; wearing required personal protective equipment; and participating in and supporting safety committee activities. DISCLAIMER The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by individuals assigned to this position. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel in this position. This job description is subject to change as the needs and requirements of the position changes. FIND YOUR REWARDING CAREER WITH US! Personal Growth Opportunities ~ Meaningful and Challenging Work ~ Public Service Community Spirit ~ Training and Development FIND YOUR REWARDING CAREER WITH US! Personal Growth Opportunities ~ Meaningful and Challenging Work ~ Public Service Community Spirit ~ Training and Development This position is not eligible for benefits except for AZ Sick Leave Accruals earned @ 1hr for every 30 hrs worked. Closing Date/Time: 5/17/2024 5:00 PM Arizona
CITY OF KINGMAN, AZ City of Kingman, Arizona, United States
Mar 08, 2024
Part Time
Job Summary CITY OF KINGMAN PART-TIME PUBLIC SAFETY TELECOMMUNICATOR KINGMAN FIRE DEPARTMENT $20.78 - $24.93 /HOURLY (HIRE IN RANGE; DOQ) *** MUST HAVE A MINIMUM OF ONE (1) YEAR OF EXPERIENCE AS A PUBLIC SAFETY TELECOMMUNICATOR OR DISPATCHER FOR THIS POSITION. OVERVIEW The City of Kingman is located in Mohave County approximately 100 miles southeast of Las Vegas and 195 miles northwest of Phoenix nestled between the beautiful Cerbat and Hualapai mountain ranges along historic Route 66. In 2019, Reader’s Digest named Kingman one of the “Nicest Places in Arizona” for its thoughtful residents and spirit of generosity. In addition to its small-town look and feel, the area also offers a wide range of recreational activities that include hiking, bike and ATV trails, camping, golf, beautiful parks, historical attractions, nearby lakes and the Colorado River. With more than 400 full and part-time employees across 30 divisions, the City of Kingman provides exceptional public services to over 30,000 residents. Our focus on high-quality customer service, safety and teamwork underpins our efforts to foster an atmosphere where citizens and businesses can thrive. For more information about the City of Kingman, please see our Open Finance Portal , Choose Kingman Economic Development page, and our Go Kingman tourism page for more information. JOB SUMMARY Actively supports and upholds the Kingman Fire Department’s mission and values. Under general supervision, responds to emergency and non-emergency calls for service, identifies and dispatches appropriate law enforcement, fire and emergency service units, gathers, analyzes and reports critical information during life or death situations such as crimes in progress, medical emergencies and fire/rescue incidents; complies with Police and Fire Department policies and procedures to assure the safety of officers and the public. SUPERVISION RECEIVED: Work is performed independently under the direction of the Communications Center Supervisor and the supervision of the Communications Center Manager. SUPERVISION EXERCISED: Provides instruction, training, direction and evaluation to new employees of this class as assigned. PERIPHERAL DUTIES: • Attends and participates in meetings, trainings, and community events as a representative of the department as assigned. • May provide testimony in court. • Performs other duties as related or assigned. WORK CONTACTS: • Regular and frequent contact with other public safety agencies, city departments and the general public when performing daily activities. • Contacts material that is confidential, sensitive or urgent. • Contacts require extreme tact, professional courtesy and mature judgment and ability to respond professionally and competently in critical and high stress response situations. Minimum Qualifications/Special Requirements EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE • Graduation from High School or equivalent including coursework in office and administration fields. • One (1) year of experience as Public Safety Telecommunicator or Dispatcher. • Experience working with the public, responding to inquiries and providing information. • Computer experience with use of Microsoft Windows. • OR any equivalent combination of education, experience, and training which provides the knowledge, skills and abilities necessary to perform the work. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS • Must possess a valid Arizona Driver's License or have the ability to obtain one prior to employment. • Must pass Critical test with an overall score of 80 or higher, Call Summarization 2 MT of 70% or higher, and Memory Recall Numeric score of 70% or higher. • Must achieve a minimum of 3063 Keystrokes Per Hour (KPH) for Data Entry MT and 1540 KPH for Data Entry MT as evaluated by Critical testing. • Must complete a dispatch orientation and sit-along session of at least two (2) hours in duration. • Must have a valid ACJIS Certification or obtain within six (6) months of hire date. • Must obtain and maintain certification in approved courses; Public Safety Telecommunicator, Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR), NIMS ICS-100, ICS-200, & ICS-700, and Emergency Medical Dispatch (EMD) within six (6) months of hire date. NECESSARY KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES • Understanding of Microsoft Windows workstation environment, including database entry and use of databases to retrieve information. • Knowledge and ability to interpret and apply city, state, and federal laws, and of department policies and procedures as they relate to dispatching public safety emergency services. • Knowledge of City and Mohave County geographical area, roads, and the locations of important landmarks. • Knowledge of Radio transmission terminology and codes. Handle multiple tasks simultaneously, under pressure, and in emergency situations. • Critical thinking to resolve problems and deal with a variety of variables. • Communicate clearly, concisely and effectively both orally and in writing. • Operate and/or ability to operate radio transmitting equipment, multiple phone lines, and specialized dispatch communications equipment, computer and related software in a fast and efficient manner; and at times under stress. • Ability to memorize, retain and accurately recall information. React quickly, calmly, and appropriate while obtaining information from hostile or emotional citizens, while communicating tactfully and courteously, maintaining emotional control and speaking in a clear and well-modulated tone of voice. • Evaluate incoming phone calls within the first few seconds of conversation as to whether it is an emergency or nonemergency, and determine the priority. • Handle multiple tasks simultaneously, under pressure and in emergency situations. • Maintain confidentiality of information. • Accurately read and write the English language. • Perform a wide variety of duties and responsibilities with accuracy and speed under stress and the pressure of time sensitive deadlines. Essential Functions Essential Functions are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills. They are intended to be accurate summaries of what the job classification involves and what is required to perform it. • Provides excellent and proficient customer service to both internal and external customers. • Accurately operates answers, evaluates, and prioritizes multi-line telephone devices including 9-1-1 telephony, administrative and business lines, TTY/TDD, and general public inquiries. • Accurately dispatches, via radio and telephone, law enforcement, neighborhood services, fire and EMS units to respond to emergency and non-emergency incidents reported by members of the public. • Utilizes CAD map and other mapping sources to correctly identify geographic location of callers as is indicated or needed to respond appropriately to requests for service. • Utilizes multiple radio frequencies and telephone to orally communicate clear, concise information for response by field units including law enforcement, fire, emergency medical services and neighborhood services. • Completes proper transfers or connections for incoming, outgoing and inter-office calls. Sends, routes, relays or refers callers or messages to the appropriate division or employee. • Retrieves from and/or enters information into the National Crime Information Center (NCIC), Arizona Criminal Justice Information System (ACJIS) via JWI and other local, state and national computer files; confirms validity and status of information for other agencies. Utilizes the EMD (Emergency Medical Dispatching) system to provide specific information and instruction to callers and units responding to medical emergencies. • Assists in troubleshooting as required and reports failures or problems with any system. Tests equipment as needed. • As assigned by Communications Training Officer (CTO), provides on-the-job training and direction to new employees. • Enters a variety of data related to warrants, citations, tickets, and/or information received from callers into a database. • Makes sound decisions and quickly reacts positively under stressful conditions which typically entail the life or wellbeing of a citizen or public safety member who is in danger. • Maintains confidentiality of work-related information. • Maintains all required records and reports in a correct and timely manner. • Works in a safe manner and reports unsafe activity and conditions. • Maintains professional and effective working relationships by providing exceptional customer service and must be able to harmoniously work in a team environment. • Maintains punctuality. Miscellaneous COMMITMENT TO SAFETY & WELLNESS It is the policy of the City of Kingman to ensure a safe, healthful workplace for all its employees. It requires that every person in the organization assumes the responsibility of individual and organizational safety. Injury and illness losses from incidents are costly and preventable. The City of Kingman will employ an effective accident and illness prevention program and a comprehensive wellness program that involves all its employees in the effort to eliminate workplace hazards and promote employee health and wellness. All employees are expected and encouraged to participate in safety and wellness program activities including the following: reporting hazards, unsafe work practices and accidents immediately to their supervisors or a safety committee representative; wearing required personal protective equipment; and participating in and supporting safety committee activities. WORK ENVIRONMENT Work is performed in a fast-paced, high-volume, 24-hour/7-day-per-week emergency communications center operation setting. May be required to sit or stand for extended periods of time. Rotating shifts that include nights, weekends, holidays, and overtime may be required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. See Physical Demands. DISCLAIMER The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by individuals assigned to this position. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel in this position. This job description is subject to change as the needs and requirements of the position changes. FIND YOUR REWARDING CAREER WITH US! Personal Growth Opportunities ~ Meaningful and Challenging Work ~ Public Service Community Spirit ~ Training and Development This position is not eligible for benefits except for AZ Sick Leave Accruals earned @ 1hr for every 30 hrs worked. Closing Date/Time: Continuous