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$69,492.80 - $86,819.20 annually (DOE) | Full Time, Regular
Posted Date: July 10, 2018 | Closing Date: July 24, 2018
A City of Daphne application must be submitted prior to the closing date in order to be considered for this position.
Description: The purpose of this position is to perform managerial, supervisory, and administrative work overseeing multiple projects involving City renovations and new construction. This position is also responsible for developing short and long range plans for City buildings and properties, supervising and evaluating assigned staff, ensuring department compliance with all applicable codes, laws, regulations, etc., coordinating general repair and maintenance on City buildings, equipment, and systems, organizing and prioritizing department workload, and communicating with others to coordinate work activities.
- Bachelor degree
- Minimum of five (5) years previous experience and/or training in project management or facilities management, including supervision and mechanics, general maintenance, and electrical work;
- Any equivalent combination of education and experience/training in the above fields;
- Be at least age 21, hold a valid Alabama driver’s license, and be insurable by the City’s insurance carrier.
Applications and a job description may be picked up at Daphne City Hall, Monday through Friday, 8:30 am – 4:30 pm, or by downloading one from our website at www.daphneal.com. Applications must be received no later than 5:00pm on the job closing date posted.
The City of Daphne is a drug-free workplace and all applicants will be subject to drug/alcohol testing.
THE CITY OF DAPHNE IS AN EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER AND A PARTICIPANT OF E-VERIFY.
The City of Dothan is located in the Southeastern part of the State of Alabama approximately 20 miles west of the State of Georgia and 18 miles north of the State of Florida. The City is a rapidly growing and thriving community built around the landmarks of its past. Although it is the center for recreation, business, industry, agriculture, healthcare and retail trade in the area, Dothan offers the charm and friendliness of the Deep South. Proclaimed “Peanut Capital of the World,” Dothan has become a melting pot due to its friendly atmosphere and southern hospitality.
Dothan is a municipal corporation incorporated on November 10, 1885 under the Constitution and laws of the State of Alabama. The City is governed by a Mayor/ Commission/City Manager form of government. The Mayor is elected at-large and the six Commissioners are elected from six single member districts for concurrent terms of four years. This Board of Commissioners serves part-time and is responsible for adopting all legislative ordinances and establishing policies to guide the various City Departments in providing services to citizens, including the appropriation of all monies.
The Mayor, who is a member of the Board of Commissioners, is the City's chief executive officer. The City Manager is the administrative head of the City government and is responsible for directing and managing the daily activities of the City and implementing the policies of the Board of Commissioners. The City's departments include: General Administrative (Mayor, Commissioners, City Manager, City Clerk, EEO, Public Relations, Internal Analyst & Legal), Information Technology, Judicial, Finance (Accounting, Purchasing, Utility Services/ Meter Reading & Utility Collections), Personnel (Human Resources), Police, Fire, Public Works (Engineering, Street & Environmental Services), Planning & Development (Permitting, Business License, Inspections & Zoning), Leisure Services (Parks & Recreation), Performing Arts, General Services (Liability & Workers' Compensation Insurance, Facilities & Fleet) and Dothan Utilities (Electric, Water & Wastewater/Sewer). There are 1,257 authorized employee positions (1,021 full-time, 60 part-time and 176 seasonal) of which 1,151 are currently filled (966 full-time, 51 part time and 134 seasonal). Those employees staff the departments, producing high quality and cost-effective public services. For additional information about the City Dothan, visit www.dothan.org.
Requirements include: graduation from a regionally accredited college or university recognized by the United States Department of Education (USDE) or the Council on Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA) with a Bachelor’s Degree in Public Administration, Business Administration, or a related field. Master’s Degree in related field is preferred supplemented by at least ten years of progressively responsible experience in government as a City/County Manager, Assistant City/County Manager, Administrator or equivalent position.
Compensation: The City Manager's compensation will be highly competitive and will include an excellent benefit package. The City will pay reasonable and customary moving expenses. City residency is required within six (6) months.
AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER/RECRUITER
The City of Talladega is located at the foothills of the Cheaha Mountains and home to the Alabama Institute for the Deaf and Blind, historic Talladega College, and the Talladega Superspeedway. Nestled in the heart of the city, you will find the oldest operating courthouse in the state of Alabama and get a glimpse of some of the most charming stores and restaurants Talladega has to offer. The Talladega Square offers a one-stop shop for everything from coffee and bagels, to menswear and unique gifts. The square is also home to the Historic Ritz Theatre. Restored in 1998, it attracts some of the best performers in our area.
The City Manager is appointed by and serves a five-member City Council as the City’s Chief Administrative Officer. In this position, the City Manager is responsible for leading, directing and coordinating the overall operation and administration of the City organization. Talladega has a 2018 budget of $25 million and over 200 employees.
A master’s degree from an accredited college or university in Public Administration or Business Administration, five years of professional and progressive work experience in a municipal government, and two years of management and supervisory experience is required. Must have familiarity with laws governing municipal operations, long-range strategic planning, and knowledge of sources and procedures to receive federal, state, and county grants for special projects. Excellent communication, interpersonal, relationship-building skills required. Benefits include a comprehensive benefits package, and a starting salary of $85,000, negotiable depending on experience. City residence is required within six months of employment. Please submit cover letter and resume to:
Ms. Tayler Drummond
Human Resource Director
255 South West St.
Talladega, AL 35160
Salary: $50,835K Annually, Full-Time Regular, Position is ‘Open till Filled’
GENERAL SUMMARY: Responsible for proper operation and supervision of swimming pool facilities and activities for the city pools as well as maintain neatness of all city pools and their grounds. Assess community interests, develops new aquatic programs/activities, monitors and evaluates program success.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: Position performs all responsibilities as needed within managing/supervising all aquatic programs offered by the Recreation Department.; Supervising all aquatic staff; Plan and direct a continual training program for lifeguard staff.
MINIMAL QUALIFICATIONS: Minimum of 2 years supervisory experience in the aquatic field with emphasis on pool operations and supervising of large staff; Must have High School diploma, with some college and a Bachelor Degree is preferred; Ability to obtain Certified Pool/Spa Operator; Ability to obtain Lifeguard certification; Ability to obtain CPR certification; Ability to obtain Certified Lifeguard Instructor; Lifeguard Instructor Trainer certification preferred; Ability to obtain Certified Water Safety Instructor certification; Water Safety Instructor Trainer certification preferred; Experience working with general public and children preferred.
MUST APPLY ONLINE @ www.madisonal.gov to be considered for this position.
The City of Madison is an EEOE.
Environmental Services Director
JOB SUMMARY: The Environmental Services Director is responsible for the oversight of two operational units: Environmental Collections and the Wastewater Treatment Plant. The Department maintains approximately 162 miles of sewer lines, 56 pump stations, a bio-diesel program, and a plant with a capacity of treating 7.6 million gallons of wastewater per day.
REQUIREMENTS: Bachelor’s degree in Engineering or a related field with five years’ wastewater experience including supervisory experience required. Certification as a Professional Engineer (PE) is preferred. Must possess and maintain a valid State driver’s license.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: Competitive benefit package includes medical, dental, vision, life insurance, paid leave, participation in the State of Alabama Retirement System, and participation in Alabaster City Schools for out-of-zone employees. The City pays 70% of the cost of Blue Cross Blue Shield health insurance premiums (dental is included at no additional charge).
TO APPLY: Must apply online at https://al-alabaster.civicplushrms.com/CareerPortal.
The City of Alabaster is an Equal Opportunity Employer and Alabama Drug-Free Workplace
$15.92-$25.47 per hour
The purpose of this position is to perform semi-skilled level electrical work in the repair, installation, maintenance, and alteration of electrical equipment and wiring systems related to the City of Fairhope.
The Electrician, under direct supervision from the Lead Electrician and the Assistant Superintendent, performs semi-skilled work in construction and operation of the City of Fairhope’s building and maintenance. This position works independently in the absence of supervision.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Installs new services and equipment; Performs preventative maintenance as directed; Run conduit for fixtures, receptacles, control circuits, and lighting; Select and install wires, accomplish hookups and test installation. Performs various technical work including diagnosing motors for overloading and failure; perform voltage and resistance tests; upgrade existing electrical services.Performs accurate and timely line location duties for marking electrical facilities and to prevent damage. Understands and follow oral and written instructions. Performs monthly generator inspections and maintenance. Hangs seasonal lights from trees downtown City of Fairhope. Climbs City of Fairhope water towers. Communicates estimated timeline of work to those impacted. Conducts tests and assessments of new systems and repairs. Assess existing systems and suggest modifications to prevent future issues. Troubleshoots all problems quickly and effectively, ensuring quality, lasting installations and repairs. Seeks the solution that is most cost effective without sacrificing quality. Commit to compliance with all safety standards and regulations at all times.
Prepares job logs or other reports as required by management or Crew Foreman. Maintains all equipment in excellent working order. Perform related duties and responsibilities as required.
EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING
Graduation from a standard senior High School or GED. Three (3) years’ experience as an electrician, or education of alternating current electrical concepts and basics.
For a full job listing please visit the city of Fairhope website
SALARY RANGE: $59,062.82-$94,500.51
The purpose of this position is to plan, direct, manage and oversee the daily operations and activities of the City’s electric utility department.
The Electric Superintendent is responsible for the cost-effective and efficient operation of the department and reports directly to the Director of Operations.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Determines electricity purchasing requirements, future capital projects, and develops and administers department budget. Directs the overall engineering and operations of the department, with accountability for results in terms of costs, personnel development and reliable customer service. Supervises department personnel, directly or through subordinate supervisors, in the performance of their duties. Communicates with public and other city departments on matters of safety and concern pertaining to department. Develops and implements departmental goals and objectives. Investigates electrical material failures to determine the cause and to determine the need to revise methods of operations. Represents the department on various joint agencies and committees. Prepare required reports and filings to comply with applicable state and federal regulations. Sets goals, plans and develops electrical system expansion projects based on analysis of City needs, line loads and capacities, workload, and staffing levels. Prepares initial department budget request and necessary justifications for presentation to budget committee. Manages and monitors approved department budget. Reviews and approves expenditures. Develops appropriate rate models and keeps up with all rate adjustments required by City government ordinances. Manages and evaluates the work of subordinates, including supervisory personnel. Ensures subordinates receive adequate training, including safety training. Coordinates the design of electrical power systems for new subdivisions, for both overhead and underground delivery. Establishes material, equipment and construction standards. Calculates cost estimates for new construction projects undertaken by department. Reviews permits applications, indicating costs and other pertinent information for electrical installations. Reviews engineering and layouts of proposed subdivisions, land partitions and commercial plats and applications to ensure availability and proper delivery of electric service. Prepares specifications for equipment and material purchases.
OTHER DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Attends training conferences and meetings, reading materials, and meeting with others in areas of responsibility. Attends City Council meetings on an as needed basis.
EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING
Four (4) year degree in a related field to the technical components of an electrical distribution system or a four (4) year degree in electrical engineering AND seven (7) years experience in engineering or operations of an electrical utility, with prior experience in natural disasters recovery or fifteen (15) years experience in an electrical utility with credentials of Lead lineman or equivalent and a minimum of 5 years experience as a superintendent of operations or equivalent position of leadership(storms, floods, hurricanes, recovery, etc.), or a combination or education and experience equivalent to the requirements. Professional Engineer Registration is desired. Proficient knowledge of the National Electrical Code (NEC), local codes and OSHA safety standards.
Professional Engineer Registration is strongly preferred.
A valid Alabama Driver’s License is required.
HOURLY RATE RANGE: $14.38-$23.01
The purpose of this position is to review development related plans for compliance with City regulations as well as to disseminate information and assist the public in planning and zoning related matters.
DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS OF THIS POSITION
The Planning Technician is responsible for applying skills and knowledge to the review of requests involving the master plan, development program and zoning ordinances. Under the direction of the Planning Director, the Planning Technician exercises independent judgment in assembling and analyzing planning data and preparing reports and illustrations.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Provides information to the public regarding Planning and Zoning related information and requirements. Gathers and presents data in written and graphic format for use by the Planning and Zoning Department staff. Reads and interprets buildings plans, site plans and other relates maps or plans for compliance with City regulations. Processes applications for City regulation compliance. Accepts applications for Planning Commission and Boards of Adjustment. Schedules and attend Board of Adjustment meetings. Prepares maps as needed. Performs research for various planning projects.
EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING
Completion of two years college course work or Associates Degree, preferably a Bachelor’s degree in related field. Certifications, coursework or experience in planning or engineering preferred. Experience with GIS software preferred.