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City of Anniston
Museum Development Officer

PURPOSE: To perform professional grant writing, donor solicitation, and fundraising work for the Anniston Museum Complex. Work is performed under the general supervision and evaluation of the Museum Executive Director

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Manage the location, development , and administration of a variety of grant programs including public, private, and corporate grants; Follows grant guidelines and requirements as well as departmental policies and procedures in order to obtain and maintain funding for the Museum Complex; Writes and submits grant applications for funding in accordance with established guidelines; Reviews and administers grant projects and compliance requirements in order to ensure that all grant requirements are met; Managers the donor relations program; Develops and coordinates fund raising programs and major events in order to achieve short and long-range development goals of the Museum Complex; Exerts initiative and independent judgment in carrying out the goals and objectives of the Anniston Museum Complex; Performs departmental administrative duties; performs other related duties as assigned.

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES: Knowledge of professional fundraising strategies and techniques to include prospect and identification, research, tracking, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship as needed to promote Museum Complex development efforts; Knowledge of standard office procedures; Verbal communication skills to communicate with general public and other professionals; Writing skills to correspond with applicants and professionals in related fields; Math skills to perform cost estimates and determine eligibility; Reading skills to understand work related rules, regulations and materials; Ability to write clear, concise reports; Ability to work independently and make appropriate decisions; Willing to work nonstandard hours; Willing to travel to attend meetings and conferences.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelors' degree in business administration, marketing, public relations, communications, journalism, or other liberal arts field and one (1) year of professional experience in grant writing, marketing, fund raising, or closely related field. Preference will be given to those applicants who have gained their development experience in a museum setting.

MINIMUM/MAXIMUM ANNUAL SALARY: $35,193.69 - $53,544.65

HOW TO APPLY: Candidates must submit a resume and completed City of Anniston Employment Application to the Human Resources Office 1128 Gurnee Avenue Anniston, AL 36202. Applications and resumes can be emailed in PDF format to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or faxed to 256-231-7639. This announcement may be closed at any time without prior notice. Applications and resumes will be accepted until the position is filled.

City of Ozark
Chief of Police

The City of Ozark will accept applications for the position of CHIEF OF POLICE

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
Ability to communicate effectively with co-workers, supervisors, general public, court personnel and city officials in person, over the telephone, and by two-way radio. Writing skills to compose letters and complete records, reports and files. Reading skills to understand and interpret law directives, written reports and complaints, rules, regulations and policies. Basic knowledge of math and budgeting. Planning skills to plan budget, programs, schedules, etc. Supervisory skills to motivate, lead, train, discipline and evaluate employees. Interviewing skills to obtain statements from complainants and witnesses and to question witnesses. Driving skills to safely operate a vehicle under adverse conditions. Knowledge of the city and its buildings and road system. Knowledge of city, state and federal laws and court procedures (criminal justice system). Knowledge of first aid and CPR. Knowledge of disaster and emergency procedures. Extensive knowledge of modern law enforcement and investigation principles, methods and procedures. Thorough knowledge of police sciences, field patrol activity, criminal investigation, safety, traffic control, and firearms. Extensive knowledge of department rules, regulations, policies and procedures. Knowledge of maintenance and safe use of firearms. Ability to analyze situations and adopt quick, effective and reasonable courses of action. Knowledge of civil law and court procedures. Ability to subdue a belligerent and individual and to restrain prisoners. Mobility to pursue and detain a fleeing individual as well as to bend, crouch, stretch, walk, and run. Computer skills to operate a personal computer utilizing police operations software. Ability to be insured by city's liability carrier.

Other Characteristics
Possession of a College Degree or experience with specialized courses in police administration and finance/budgeting and at least five years experience in law enforcement in a supervisory position is preferred; however, any combination of education or experience, which meets the qualifications listed above will be considered. Emotional stability to work in stressful and dangerous situations. Ability to work overtime, non-standard hours, weekends and holidays. Ability to travel to and attend seminars, schools and workshops. Possess a valid Alabama driver's license. Completion of specialized courses in law enforcement/management. Possession of APOSTC certificate or Law Enforcement Certificate from another state and in good standing. Completion of twenty hours annual stated mandated training for police officer certification as well as firearms. Ability to respond to emergency calls when off duty.

Benefits: Retirement and Health Insurance


Applicants must apply in person at the City Clerk's Office, City of Ozark, North Union Avenue, Ozark, AL, between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

City of Roanoke
Police Chief


1. Applicants must be at least 27 years of age.

2. Have a high school diploma or ged.

3. Have basic computer skills.

4. Possess the ability to communicate effectively with the public.

5. The applicant must also have the ability to pass a basic physical skills examination, as well as the ability to be certified as a law enforcement officer in the state of Alabama.

6. Bachelor's degree in law enforcement, police administration, criminal justice, or related field, or eight or more years of experience.

7. Certification by the police standards and training council or the ability to obtain certification within one year of the date of hire.

8. Eight to ten years progressively responsible experience in law enforcement and crime prevention with five year's experience in administration and supervision.

9. Experience in budgeting and grant writing.

10. Willingness to be on call to meet emergency situations.

11. Possession of a valid alabama driver's license.

Due to the nature of this position, the police chief is required to live within fifteen (15) miles of the city of roanoke or within an area of acceptable emergency response time. Application deadline is February 20, 2015.

The City of Roanoke is an equal opportunity employer.

Job description will be available along with applications at the Alabama Career Center located at 3862 Highway 431, Roanoke, Alabama 36274. 

City of Ozark
Certified and Non-Certified Police Officer

The City of Ozark will accept applications for the position of CERTIFIED and NON CERTIFIED POLICE OFFICER in order to establish an eligibility list.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities (*Can be acquired on the job)
Ability to: React quickly and effectively to problem situations; exhibit initiative, problem solving capability, effective judgment, and imagination in coping with complex situations; demonstrate mature judgment in deciding to make an arrest, give a warning, or use force; tolerate stress in a multitude of forms; deal calmly and effectively with difficult or belligerent persons; communicate effectively with coworkers, general public, supervisors, and court personnel in person, over the phone, and by two-way radio; complete basic mathematical calculations; complete, clearly and neatly, reports, forms, and records; comprehend department rules and regulations, directives, policies and procedures; to operate a motor vehicle properly and safely under adverse conditions; good working knowledge of the physical layout of city and county; safely operate a firearm; operate computer, communications, radar, and intoxilyzer equipment; fingerprint, photograph, and book prisoners; work in an office, vehicle, or outside; drive vehicles at high speeds; be insured by city's liability carrier.

Knowledge of: Modern law enforcement principles; state, federal and city laws; fighting techniques; first aid and CPR; *residents of public housing including nicknames and legal names.

Possess a valid Alabama driver's license; high school diploma or equivalent from an accredited school; Must be 21 years of age at time of hire. May be required to become certified in: DARE, Fire Arms Instructor, Pepper Spray, Impact Weapon, Armor, Sniper, Hostage Negotiation, Doppler Radar Instructor, and Intoxilyzer. Ability to work overtime, nonstandard hours, weekends, and holidays. Ability to travel to attend training. Ability to obtain ACJIS computer certificate. Ability to qualify with a variety of weapons. Ability to complete 12 credits of annual training to maintain certification. All applicants must meet the Ozark Police Department employment standards which will include, written testing, physical agility testing chemical screening, and background investigations.

BENEFITS: Health Insurance and Retirement




Applicants must apply in person at the City Clerk's Office, City of Ozark, North Union Avenue, Ozark, AL, between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

Town of Coosada
School Crossing Guard

Part-Time, Temporary - $9.20/hour

Job Description: Controls traffic and assist school busses coming and leaving school grounds.

Contact for job inquiries: Town of Coosada 5800 Coosada Road, Coosada, AL 36020 334-285-3700. Position is open until filled.

The Town of Coosada is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Town of Coosada
Municipal Clerk/Treasurer

Job Requirements: Knowledge of governmental operations, computer, interpersonal, and communication skills required.

Benefits: Insurance and retirement benefits.

Contact for job inquiries: Town of Coosada 5800 Coosada Road, Coosada, AL 36020 334-285-3700. Position is open until filled.

The Town of Coosada is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

City of Lanett
Police Officer

The City of Lanett, Alabama has an opening in the Police Department for (4) four Police Officers Grade VI (Step 1 $11.39/hour to Step 15 $17.32/hour). Pay depending upon training, experience and education.

Preferred Qualifications:
Candidates who are experienced in Police work and are APOST certified.

Minimum Requirements:
Must have a Social Security Card. Must be a United States Citizen. Must have a valid drivers license and a good driving history. Must pass an oral interview, background investigation, drug screen and physical examination. Must be able to lift 100 pounds. Must pass a written exam and a physical fitness exam before beginning the hiring process.

Applications may be obtained in the City Clerk's office or the Personnel Office from Friday, February 21, 2014 to Friday, March 3rd, 2014.

Applications will be accepted until the positions are filled.

Job Description available upon request

(The City of Lanett is an Equal Opportunity Employer)