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Recreation Sports Official PT
Recreation Sports Official I Salary: $12.00 - $36.00 Hourly Location: Logan, UT Job Type: Temporary / Seasonal Department: Parks & Recreation Job Number: 2020-01 Closing Date: Open until filled Officiate recreational and competitive athletic or sporting events. Detect infractions of rules and decide penalties according to established regulations. Includes all sporting officials and referees. RESPONSIBILITIES: Signal participants or other officials to make them aware of infractions or to otherwise regulate play or competition. Inspect sporting equipment and/or examine participants in order to ensure compliance with event and safety regulations. Keep track of event times, elapsed time during game segments, and starting or stopping play when necessary. Officials are responsible for ensuring that the sport is played safely. This may involve intervening in altercations between opposing players and administering penalties or ejections if warranted, and possibly reporting flagr ant behavior to league officials. They also check player's uniforms and equipment to verify compliance with safety rules. Resolve claims of rule infractions or complaints by participants and assess any necessary penalties, according to regulations. Report to regulating organizations regarding sporting activities, complaints made, and actions taken or needed such as fines or other disciplinary actions. Research and study players and teams in order to anticipate issues that might arise in future e ngagements. Report directly to Recreation Program Coordinator. QUALIFICATIONS: Officials must have a thorough knowledge of the rules of the sport and be able to enforce them during play. This can involve studying the sports' rule book, as well as attending classes or seminars. Some sports organizations review and update their rules annually, so continuous study is often necessary. APPLICANTS: This position posting will establish a hiring roster that will be used to fill vacancies for 20 20. Applicants, please note when available for employment. Must be at least 16 years old. ESSENTIALS: Essential functions, as determined under the Americans with Disabilities Act, may include the above tasks, knowledge, and other characteristics. This list of tasks is ILLUSTRATIVE ONLY, and is not a comprehensive listing of all functions and tasks performed by positions of this class. The approved class specifications are not intended to and do not infer or create any employment, compensat ion, or contract rights to any person(s). This updated job description supersedes prior descriptions for the same position. Management reserves the right to add or change duties at any time. BENEFITS: Benefits are not available to Temporary/Seasonal employees.
Firefighter PT
PART-TIME FIREFIGHTER Salary: $11.00 - $16.00 hourly Location: Logan, UT Job Type: Part-time Department: Fire Job Number: 20-66 Closing Date: Open until filled QUALIFICATIONS: • Must be 18 years of age. • Must be a high school graduate or have GED equivalency. • Must be able-bodied and capable of speaking and writing the English language. • Must be a citizen of the United States or be eligible to work within the United States. • Must pass a pre-employment background and ref erence check, and a pre-employment drug screen. • Must be currently certified as a Utah and/or National Registry AEMT. • Must be certified as a Firefighter I and II and HazMat Awareness Ops. Wildland red card is optional. • Must have a valid driver license. Desirable qualifications and certifications include certified Haz-Mat Technician and/or Technical Rescue Certificate. May be scheduled to work an average of up to 30 hours per week. Part-time employees may not work in excess of 1,560 hours in any calendar year. RESPONSIBILITIES: Responsibilities for this position include but are not limited to: Perform a variety of fire suppression activities at the fire scene, including laying and connecting hose, holding nozzles and directing water streams, raising and climbing ladders. Operate fire suppression and/or emergency assistance equipment. Perform emergency rescue activities at emergency scenes. Perform fire safety inspections and identify code violations. Perfor m inter-facility transports and EMS or Fire standby assignments. Administer First Aid at emergency scenes. ESSENTIALS: Essential functions, as determined under the Americans with Disabilities Act, may include the above tasks, knowledge, and other characteristics. This list of tasks is ILLUSTRATIVE ONLY and is not a comprehensive listing of all functions and tasks performed by positions of this class. The approved class specifications are not intended to and do not infer or create any em ployment, compensation, or contract rights to any person(s). This updated job description supersedes prior descriptions for the same position. Management reserves the right to add or change duties at any time. BENEFITS: Benefits are not available to part-time employees.
Crossing Guards PT
Under general supervision, crossing guards will lawfully stop traffic using appropriate signs and equipment, serviceable to traffic flow and safely assisting pedestrians/children across the street. All crossing guards are expected to instruct when appropriate, correct safety habits to drivers and/or children whom they come in contact with. Monitoring and assisting of school age children in crossing designated intersections within the limits of Logan City. It will be necessary for the individual to be on site 45 minutes prior to school beginning/ending and then remain a minimum of 15 to 30 minutes after school has begun/ended. Required to work set time frame; usually one hour in the morning and one hour in the afternoon. APPLICANTS: This position posting will establish a hiring roster that will be used to fill seasonal vacancies. This position may or may not have an available vacancy at the time a person submits an application. Applications received for this position are reviewed o n an on-going basis by the hiring department and will be considered for each vacancy as they become available throughout the season until the deadline date. SCHEDULED HOURS: Working hours will be 8 to 10 hours weekly. RESPONSIBILITIES: Must be reliable, dependable and possess a sense of responsibility for the safety of children. Must be of good moral character. Ability to communicate efficiently both verbally and in writing. Must be able to establish good rapport with children. Must posses s a valid Utah driver's license and provide own transportation to job site. Qualifications: Must be a graduate of a standard senior high school or equivalent. Must be in good physical condition, including sight and hearing. Must possess or be able to obtain a Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation certificate. Ability to judge time and distance in relationship to approaching traffic.
Custodian PT
Custodian Class Code: 1913 Salary: $12.00 Hourly Location: Logan, UT Job Type: Part-time Department: Public Works Job Number: 21-31 Closing Date: Until Filled Description: Under general supervision performs a variety of routine custodial tasks involving the care and cleaning of the interior and exterior of City buildings and facilities. Qualifications: High School GED or equivalent AND experience equivalent to six (6) months full-time custodial work involving the use of vario us cleaning agents and equipment. Must be able to work 5:00 a.m. - 9:00 a.m. Monday through Friday. Responsibilities: Cleans, sanitizes and deodorizes restroom facilities and fixtures including sinks, urinals and toilets; maintains fixtures and replenishes supplies in restrooms; sweeps, vacuums, mops, strips, and polishes floors using a variety of chemicals, cleansers and equipment, vacuums and shampoos carpeting and upholstered furniture; dusts and polishes furniture, woodwork, fixtures, and equipment; washes windows, mirrors, walls and ceilings; empties and cleans ashtrays and trash receptacles. Moves and arranges furniture and equipment, and sets-up rooms for meetings and special functions; replaces light bulbs and fluorescent tubes in City facilities and outside entryways; ensures facility security after working hours; maintains custodial equipment in proper working condition; ensures compliance with appropriate safety policies and procedures, and equipment in performing assignments; complies with the proper use of chemicals and cleaning agents. Knowledge, Skills, and Characteristics: Knowledge of the materials, methods, and practices essential to the proper cleaning of buildings. Knowledge of the operation and care of electric sweepers, wet and dry vacuum cleaners, mop wringers, washing machines, brooms, mops, cleaning fluids, waxes and other cleaning materials, supplies, and equipment. Knowledge of necessary safety precautions associated with cleaning ma terials, supplies and equipment. Skill in the operation of powered scrubbers, sweepers, carpet shampoo machines, and wet and dry vacuum cleaners. Skill in cleaning and caring for assigned areas and equipment. Essentials: Essential functions, as determined under the Americans with Disabilities Act, may include the above tasks, knowledge, and other characteristics. This list of tasks is ILLUSTRATIVE ONLY, and is not a comprehensive listing of all functions and tasks performed by positions o f this class. The approved class specifications are not intended to and do not infer or create any employment, compensation, or contract rights to any person(s). This updated job description supersedes prior descriptions for the same position. Management reserves the right to add or change duties at any time. Benefits: Benefits are not available to Part-time employees.
Parking Enforcement Officer PT
Parking Enforcement Officer Salary: $12.00 - $12.23 Hourly Location: Logan, UT Job Type: Part-time Department: Police Job Number: 21-52 Closing Date: Until filled Description: Under general supervision, enforces Logan City Parking Codes and Ordinances, and meets performance objectives. Makes safety decisions and works in conjunction with Logan City Police personnel. Qualifications: Must be a high school graduate or equivalent. Must possess a valid driver's license and have the ability to ride a bicycle or Segway for extended periods of time. Moderate physical activity. Must be able to push, pull and lift a minimum of 50 lbs. Must be able to work in all types of weather from extreme heat, cold, rain, snow and ice. Must be able to handle stressful situations and work well with the public. Requires shift work including weekends, evenings, nights, and irregular hours in addition to holidays on an as needed basis. Must be willing to work between 25-30 hours per week. Responsibilities: Enforces and explains parking traffic code violations and ordinances to citizens. Issues parking citations when indicated by violation of Logan City codes or ordinances, marks tires in restricted and timed zone parking areas and issues parking citations when appropriate. Patrols and enforces public parking areas and public parking lots to ensure compliance of parking codes and ordinances. Performs enforcement duties while either on bicycle, Segway, or in a Logan City vehicl e. Properly maintains and keeps inspection reports for assigned Logan City equipment. Issues impound notices and impounds vehicles when vehicles are in violation of Logan City codes or ordinances. Uses computer and associated software for computerized records and reports significant incidents which have occurred during the work shift as well as tracking and reporting time and receiving mail. Other duties as assigned. Essentials: Essential functions, as determined under the Americans with Disabilities Act, may include the above tasks, knowledge, and other characteristics. This list of tasks is ILLUSTRATIVE ONLY, and is not a comprehensive listing of all functions and tasks performed by positions of this class. The approved class specifications are not intended to and do not infer or create any employment, compensation, or contract rights to any person(s). This updated job description supersedes prior descriptions for the same position. Management reserves the right to a dd or change duties at any time. Benefits: Benefits are not available to Part-time employees.
Refuse Driver I
Refuse Driver I Salary: $17.54 - $19.08 Hourly Location: Logan, UT Job Type: Full-time Department: Environmental Job Number: 21-56 Closing Date: When Filled Description: Responsible for the safe and efficient operation of a variety of solid waste collection trucks. Will be responsible for recycling and refuse collections. Will insure that the assigned collection route is completed in an efficient, timely, and safe manner. Qualifications: Must be a graduate of a standard se nior high school or equivalent; and experience equivalent to two (2) years full-time driving and maintenance work involving the operation of medium to large sized equipment. Must provide a copy of state driver's license record. Valid Class A or B Commercial Driver's License (CDL) preferred. Will consider helping to acquire a CDL License. Previous experience operating commercial equipment in congested areas is highly desirable. Successful applicants may be required to complete a driving test and must have a safe driving record. Responsibilities: Responsible for routine maintenance of the collection trucks, cleaning, and conduct pre and post trip inspections, etc. on a daily basis. Must be able to demonstrate ability to safely and effectively operate various truck controls, operating skills, depth perception, and physical motor skills while operating large garbage collection trucks. Knowledge, Skills, and Characteristics: Must be able to operate controls of vehicle, repeatedly us ing wrists and hands. Ability to work in extreme hot or cold environmental conditions. Must be capable of lifting in excess of 75 pounds without adverse consequences. Must be able to climb in and out of vehicle repeatedly. Must be able to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing. Ability to establish satisfactory working relationships with fellow employees and the general public. Requires weekend and holiday work. Essentials: Essential functions, as determined under the Americans with Disabilities Act, may include the above tasks, knowledge, and other characteristics. This list of tasks is ILLUSTRATIVE ONLY, and is not a comprehensive listing of all functions and tasks performed by positions of this class. The approved class specifications are not intended to and do not infer or create any employment, compensation, or contract rights to any person(s). This updated job description supersedes prior descriptions for the same position. Management reserves the right to a dd or change duties at any time. Benefits: Benefits are available to Full-time employees.
Equipment Operator PT
Part-Time Heavy Equipment Operator – Landfill Salary: $18.42 - $20.05 Hourly Location: Logan, UT Job Type: Part-time Department: Environmental Job Number: 21-61 Closing Date: Until filled Description: Under general supervision, operates heavy equipment (i.e. wheel loader, truck loader, compactor, dump truck and various other equipment) related to the daily operations of the landfill. Qualifications: Must be a high school graduate or equivalent. Must possess a valid Utah Com mercial Driver's License (CDL) at a level appropriate to the equipment operated (Class A). Experience in customer service. Must have six (6) months of experience operating heavy equipment. Computer experience desirable. Responsibilities: Will be responsible to operate transfer semi. Transporting waste from Transfer Station to North Valley Landfill. Must be flexible on work hours, 2-3 days per week (8 hr shift), or 5 days a week (4 hr shift) depending on department needs. Knowledge, Skill s, and Characteristics: Knowledge of landfill and composting process helpful. Knowledge of hazards and applicable safety precautions for heavy equipment operation. Knowledge of equipment maintenance, capabilities, limitations and safe operations. Able to work in extreme hot, cold, wet, and dusty conditions. Must be capable of lifting 75 lbs. without adverse consequences. Ability to establish satisfactory working relationship with fellow employees and the general public. Essentials: Essentia l functions, as determined under the Americans with Disabilities Act, may include the above tasks, knowledge, and other characteristics. This list of tasks is ILLUSTRATIVE ONLY, and is not a comprehensive listing of all functions and tasks performed by positions of this class. The approved class specifications are not intended to and do not infer or create any employment, compensation, or contract rights to any person(s). This updated job description supersedes prior descriptions for the same position. Management reserves the right to add or change duties at any time. Benefits: Benefits are not available to part-time employees.
Recreation Coordinator II PT
Coordinator II – After School Program Salary: $12.00 Hourly Location: Logan, UT Job Type: Temporary/Seasonal Department: Parks & Recreation Job Number: 21-64 Closing Date: When Filled Description: Under direct supervision will plan, organize, promote and monitor daily activities for children and youth ages 5 to 12 years old. Qualifications: Must be at least 18 years of age. Must have experience equivalent to two (2) years in developing programs and activities for children and youth, including arts, crafts, sports, academics, active and passive games and in-depth working knowledge of supervision skills for children and youth ages 5 to 12 years old. Concentrated mental application required. Ability to establish and maintain an effective working relationship with the general public and fellow employees. Moderate physical effort. Must possess or be able to obtain First Aid certificate, Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation certificate, Tuberculosis Test, and Food Handler's Permit within three months of employment. Responsibilities: Activities include organizing group games, team sports, arts, crafts, academics, science, field trips and special events. Provides for safe and supervised environment and full interaction with participants at assigned school location. Oversees use of program equipment such as bats, balls, and games and craft supplies for all youth participants. Responsible for record keeping including; attendance, incident reports, equipment use, su pply requests, and evaluations. Performs job duties in conjunction with other after school staff, recreation staff, school staff, and City personnel. WORK SCHEDULE: The position starts August 2021 and runs Monday-Friday from 2:00 - 6:00 p.m. APPLICANTS: This position posting will establish a hiring roster for July 2021 – May 2022. Please note when you are available for employment. Essentials: Essential functions, as determined under the Americans with Disabilities Act, may include the above tasks, knowledge, and other characteristics. This list of tasks is ILLUSTRATIVE ONLY, and is not a comprehensive listing of all functions and tasks performed by positions of this class. The approved class specifications are not intended to and do not infer or create any employment, compensation, or contract rights to any person(s). This updated job description supersedes prior descriptions for the same position. Management reserves the right to add or change duties at any time. Bene fits: Benefits are not available to Temporary/Seasonal employees.
Equipment Operator PT
Part-Time Equipment Operator – Forestry Salary: $13.00 - $15.50 Hourly Location: Logan, UT Job Type: Part-time Department: Environmental Job Number: 21-71 Closing Date: When filled Description: Under general supervision performs varied physical work as a ground worker for the Forestry Division on the Line Clearance Crew. Qualifications: Must be a high school graduate or equivalent. Must possess a valid Driver's License (CDL is preferred but not required). Flagger Certific ate is preferred. A Utah Non-Commercial Pesticide Applicator’s License is preferred. One year of experience in grounds maintenance work, general equipment operator, or another related field. Responsibilities: Performs varied physical work as a ground worker for the Forestry Division on the Line Clearance Crew. Drag brush from ground to chipper; operate and maintain brush chipper; assist in rigging of tree branches with ropes, blocks, pulleys and slings; clean and remove trees; provide maint enance care including planting, watering, spraying, sweeping, fertilizing, minor pruning, help ensure work is done safely and timely; safely operate various power tools, equipment, and vehicles including chain and pole saws, safety cones, hydraulic and pole pruners, compressors, pickups, dump trucks, aerial lift trucks, chippers, and stump grinders; safely use hand tools; clean and maintain tools and equipment; empty various containers into trucks and receptacles; pack and dump refuse and debris ; dig holes and other excavations; set out flags and cones for work site safety; wear all proper PPE for Forestry related work. Assist other crew and staff members as needed; perform other related duties as required. Essentials: Essential functions, as determined under the Americans with Disabilities Act, may include the above tasks, knowledge, and other characteristics. This list of tasks is ILLUSTRATIVE ONLY, and is not a comprehensive listing of all functions and tasks performed by p ositions of this class. The approved class specifications are not intended to and do not infer or create any employment, compensation, or contract rights to any person(s). This updated job description supersedes prior descriptions for the same position. Management reserves the right to add or change duties at any time. Benefits: Benefits are not available to Part-time employees.
W/W Treatment Plant Operator I
WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT OPERATOR - LEVEL IV Salary: $26.04 - $28.34 Hourly Location: Logan, UT Job Type: Full-time Department: Environmental Job Number: 21-76 Closing Date: Until Filled Description: Under supervision of wastewater treatment manager and foreman, operates, maintains, and monitors the Logan Regional Water Reclamation Facility and related facilities to meet permit and environmental requirements. Must be available for various shifts and on-call. Will be working in areas with potential loud noises, strong odors, slippery surfaces, high temperatures, and other strenuous environments. Need to be capable of lifting up to 50 lbs. Qualifications: Must be a graduate of a standard senior high school or equivalent and have experience of at least three (3) years full-time work as a wastewater treatment operator. Must possess a valid Utah Driver’s License. Must be able to obtain a Class B Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) within 6 months of hire. In addition: Must possess a Grade IV Wastewater Treatment Certification from the State of Utah. Salary grade is (Min – Mid – Max): $54,164 - $63,722 - $73,281. Starting salary will be determined based on experience. Responsibilities: Operates and maintains wastewater treatment plant process equipment, including, but not limited to, pumps, motors, aerators, mixers, screens, grit chambers, UV disinfection systems, blowers, washer/compactors, grit classifiers, presses, and associated equipment according to plant guidelines and procedures. Monitors control panels and plant supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) system to assess the condition and operation of all wastewater treatment system components. Uses computer and mobile electronic devices to input and retrieve data. Adjusts operational parameters as instructed. Checks equipment and processes for excessive or unusual noises, odors, color, leakage, pressures, alignment, slippage, tension, vibration, heat, damage, corrosion, wea r, or any deviation from standard. Identifies and reports equipment problems to foreman and wastewater treatment manager. Uses computer/mobile electronic devices to record equipment maintenance data in plant preventative maintenance program. Takes samples for wastewater laboratory analysis. Conducts routine wastewater screening tests such as dissolved oxygen (DO), total suspended solids (TSS), and coliform analysis and makes appropriate adjustments based on observed results and set procedures . Calculates dosage and flow rates. Assists with plant maintenance, repairs, or installation work as required. Cleans pipes and wastewater equipment, and removes snow and ice from walkways, basins, lines, and other plant surfaces or equipment. Operates various kinds of equipment, including fork lift, utility vehicles, and rotary mixer trucks. Assists in the handling and transporting of treatment plant biosolids, as well as handling of rags and grit. Attends training classes and comp letes educational programs according to plant guidelines. Provides active, structured, supportive field training and coaching, where applicable, of other facility operators towards achieving confident demonstration of proficient execution of job duties and tasks. Maintains plant security; confronts unauthorized persons. Notifies law enforcement as necessary. Performs other duties as assigned Knowledge, Skills, and Characteristics: Knowledge of the theory and principles of wastewater treatment. Skill in operating and maintaining mechanical equipment. Skill in establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with foreman, plant manager, other City employees/officials, and the public. Basic skill in the use of Microsoft Office software. Ability to be trained to use a computer and mobile electronic device in utilizing preventative maintenance software and plant SCADA system. Essentials: Essential functions, as determined under the Americans with Disabilitie s Act, may include the above tasks, knowledge, and other characteristics. This list of tasks is ILLUSTRATIVE ONLY, and is not a comprehensive listing of all functions and tasks performed by positions of this class. The approved class specifications are not intended to and do not infer or create any employment, compensation, or contract rights to any person(s). This updated job description supersedes prior descriptions for the same position. Management reserves the right to add or change duti es at any time. Benefits: Benefits are available to Full-time employees.
Landfill Attendant PT
PART-TIME LANDFILL ATTENDANT Salary: $12.41 - $13.51 Hourly Location: Logan, UT Job Type: Part-time Department: Environmental Job Number: 21-78 Closing Date: Until filled Description: Under general supervision, directs cars, trucks and commercial sanitation vehicles to the appropriate unloading site and operates computerized scales to weigh, record, and determine appropriate charges to vehicles bringing refuse into the landfill. Qualifications: Must be a high school gradu ate and have experience equivalent to one (1) year of full-time clerical office work involving some responsibility for bookkeeping and/or cashiering. Must know how to count change without the use of a calculator. Computer database and word processing knowledge desirable. Must be able to type 45 wpm. Must possess a valid Utah operator's license. Ability to work and communicate effectively with the general public and establish and maintain a working relationship with customers and fellow employees . Knowledge of the appropriate sites for unloading various types of refuse and other solid waste materials. Knowledge in procedures and techniques for operating a computer support commercial truck scale. Ability to work in dusty environmental conditions ranging from extreme cold to extreme hot. Must be able to stand for long periods of time. Responsibilities: Will assist enforcement agents in making decisions on the acceptance or rejection of loads by determining compliance with Environmenta l Protection Agency and State regulations. Explains fee schedules and issues associated with fees, tallies tickets for user vehicles, answers customer questions, explains policies and procedures, handles complaints, checks loads for hazardous materials, tires, and batteries; directs the proper use of recycling facilities; performs a variety of office support and cleaning activities to organize the scale house and other facilities and tallies receipts from the scale house for the office. SCHEDULED HOURS: 20 hours per week. MUST BE ABLE TO WORK SATURDAYS. Essentials: Essential functions, as determined under the Americans with Disabilities Act, may include the above tasks, knowledge, and other characteristics. This list of tasks is ILLUSTRATIVE ONLY, and is not a comprehensive listing of all functions and tasks performed by positions of this class. The approved class specifications are not intended to and do not infer or create any employment, compensation, or contract right s to any person(s). This updated job description supersedes prior descriptions for the same position. Management reserves the right to add or change duties at any time. Benefits: Benefits are not available to Part-Time employees.
Secretary II PT
Secretary II/Receptionist – Part-time Salary: $13.50 Hourly Location: Logan, UT Job Type: Part-time Department: Community Development Job Number: 21-79 Closing Date: October 17, 2021 (Closes at 12:01 a.m. October 18, 2021) Description: Under general supervision, performs a variety of general secretarial, transcription, and office support functions. Assist with building permit process, business licenses, and other clerical duties as needed. Cover the front counter. Qualifica tions: Must be a high school graduate or equivalent with preferably one year of college education AND experience equivalent to six (6) months full-time secretarial/clerical support work OR completion of a post high school training program in secretarial sciences including the use of word processors. Must be able to type 45 wpm, must submit proof of a recent type test with application. May require a valid Utah Operator's License. Ability to establish and maintain effective professional relations hips with department heads, city officials, public and private agencies, co-workers, and customers, is necessary, using various media and in person. Responsibilities: Scan documents, organize digital computer files, search documents for facts; type reports, forms, and other documents; make copies; operate various office equipment; route calls and greet public; give routine information from reports and records; perform filing duties; make routine mathematical calculations and assist in book k eeping or handling cash; perform other work as required; compose and type routine letters and memorandum from general instructions using word processing software; assemble and submit reports based on relevant data from files; compile statistics and information as directed; set up and type reports and similar presentation materials following established guidelines and formats; answer routine questions and furnishes information. WORK SCHEDULE: Approximately 30 hours per week Knowledge, Skill s, and Characteristics: Knowledge of office management practices and procedures. Knowledge of departmental operations and functions. Knowledge of general bookkeeping/billing practices and procedures. Knowledge of computer software used to complete assigned projects. Skill in following complex oral and written instructions, policies, and procedures. Skill in operating a variety of office equipment, including word processor, computer terminal, adding machine, and telephone. Essentials: E ssential functions, as determined under the Americans with Disabilities Act, may include the above tasks, knowledge, and other characteristics. This list of tasks is ILLUSTRATIVE ONLY, and is not a comprehensive listing of all functions and tasks performed by positions of this class. The approved class specifications are not intended to and do not infer or create any employment, compensation, or contract rights to any person(s). This updated job description supersedes prior descriptions for t he same position. Management reserves the right to add or change duties at any time. Benefits: Benefits are not available to Part-time employees.
Dispatcher I
DISPATCHER I Salary: $17.11 - $18.62 Location: Logan, UT Job Type: Full-time Department: Police Job Number: 21-80 Closing Date: October 19, 2021 (Closes at 12:01 a.m. October 20, 2021) Description: Dispatchers of the Logan 911 Communications Division provide public safety communications services to multiple police, fire, and emergency medical agencies within Cache County. Qualifications: Must be a high school graduate or equivalent. Must be able to work rotating shifts, inc luding weekends, and holidays. Must be able to multi-task, provide exceptional service during stressful situations and work well in a team environment. During the hiring process applicants must successfully pass extensive skills tests, interviews, a background check and a pre-employment drug screen. For more information on these steps applicants should view the Dispatch Employment link at 911.loganutah.org Upon hire candidates must successfully complete the division’s Communications Training program and obtain various industry certifications including CPR, Emergency Medical Dispatcher (EMD), Police Officer Standard Training (POST) Dispatch Certification and others. Responsibilities: A successful candidate will perform emergency and non-emergency communications and dispatch duties including; receiving and prioritizing calls and requests for public safety departments; maintaining accurate status of all units on radio channels; record and relay information for police, fire and me dical services; search public safety records for warrants, vehicle registrations, driver licenses, and other information; enter and retrieve information from computer; maintain and operate a Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) system; operate multiple channel radio system; maintain confidentiality with information obtained through employment; and perform other duties as required to professionally serve the citizens and public safety responders of Cache County. Knowledge, Skills, and Characteristic s: Knowledge of emergency medical services, law enforcement and fire organization operations. Ability to operate basic computer systems and type efficiently (suggested 40wpm+) Ability to exercise good judgement and logical thought patterns during emergencies and heavy workloads. Ability to communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing in routine and emergency situations. Ability to gain control of calls through active listening, remaining calm and showing appropriate obje ctivity/empathy. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with other staff, partner agency members, and the public. Essentials: Essential functions, as determined under the Americans with Disabilities Act, may include the above tasks, knowledge, and other characteristics. This list of tasks is ILLUSTRATIVE ONLY, and is not a comprehensive listing of all functions and tasks performed by positions of this class. The approved class specifications are not intended to and do not infer or create any employment, compensation, or contract rights to any person(s). This updated job description supersedes prior descriptions for the same position. Management reserves the right to add or change duties at any time. Benefits: Benefits are available to Full-time employees. Salary may be adjusted for applicants with closely related experience and certifications
Dispatcher I PT
PART-TIME DISPATCHER I Salary: $17.11 - $18.62 Location: Logan, UT Job Type: Part-Time Department: Police Job Number: 21-81 Closing Date: October 19, 2021 (Closes at 12:01 a.m. October 20, 2021) Description: Dispatchers of the Logan 911 Communications Division provide public safety communications services to multiple police, fire, and emergency medical agencies within Cache County. Qualifications: Must be a high school graduate or equivalent. Must be able to work rotating sh ifts, including weekends, and holidays. Must be able to multi-task, provide exceptional service during stressful situations and work well in a team environment. During the hiring process applicants must successfully pass extensive skills tests, interviews, a background check and a pre-employment drug screen. For more information on these steps applicants should view the Dispatch Employment link at 911.loganutah.org Upon hire candidates must successfully complete the division’s Communications Training program and obtain various industry certifications including CPR, Emergency Medical Dispatcher (EMD), Police Officer Standard Training (POST) Dispatch Certification and others. Responsibilities: A successful candidate will perform emergency and non-emergency communications and dispatch duties including; receiving and prioritizing calls and requests for public safety departments; maintaining accurate status of all units on radio channels; record and relay information for police, fi re and medical services; search public safety records for warrants, vehicle registrations, driver licenses, and other information; enter and retrieve information from computer; maintain and operate a Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) system; operate multiple channel radio system; maintain confidentiality with information obtained through employment; and perform other duties as required to professionally serve the citizens and public safety responders of Cache County. Knowledge, Skills, and Chara cteristics: Knowledge of emergency medical services, law enforcement and fire organization operations. Ability to operate basic computer systems and type efficiently (suggested 40wpm+) Ability to exercise good judgement and logical thought patterns during emergencies and heavy workloads. Ability to communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing in routine and emergency situations. Ability to gain control of calls through active listening, remaining calm and showing appropr iate objectivity/empathy. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with other staff, partner agency members, and the public. Essentials: Essential functions, as determined under the Americans with Disabilities Act, may include the above tasks, knowledge, and other characteristics. This list of tasks is ILLUSTRATIVE ONLY, and is not a comprehensive listing of all functions and tasks performed by positions of this class. The approved class specifications are not in tended to and do not infer or create any employment, compensation, or contract rights to any person(s). This updated job description supersedes prior descriptions for the same position. Management reserves the right to add or change duties at any time. Benefits: Benefits are not available to Part-time employees. Salary may be adjusted for applicants with closely related experience and certifications
Engineering Aide PT
ENGINEERING AIDE Salary: $12.00 - $15.00 Hourly Location: Logan, UT Job Type: Part-time Department: Engineering Job Number: 21-82 Closing Date: October 18, 2021 (Closes at 12:01 a.m. October 19, 2021) Description: Under general supervision, performs a variety of sub-professional engineering in the design, drafting, documenting, and/or surveying of municipal utilities, including sewer and water lines, storm water, curbs and gutters, streets, and buildings. Qualifications: Associate degree in Civil Engineering Technology or closely related area; OR experience equivalent to two (2) years in a pre-civil engineering or closely related program; OR experience equivalent to two (2) years of journey level drafting work. Must possess a valid Utah Operator’s License. Must be capable of lifting in excess of 75 pounds without adverse consequences. Must be able to climb in and out of vehicles repeatedly. Must be capable of accessing and traversing through construction sites. Responsibilities: Performs a variety of journey level worker activities in the designing and drafting of public utilities including water and sewer lines, storm water, curbs and gutters, irrigation, buildings, roads and parking lots; performs simple surveying and assists City surveyor or other engineering aides in surveying for needed data; performs surveying and data collection for updating computer data bases; assisting the public with information of City and utilities. Oversees proje cts from original field views to final design and drafting through the application of manual and computer aided drafting techniques; assists in the inspection of contractor and city labor crew work to ensure compliance with project plans and specifications; makes and checks mathematical calculations related to engineering design projects; monitors and maintains design and mapping supplies and equipment. Consults with contractors, engineers, architects and others in the process of drafting and designing assigned projects; determines the exact location of underground power lines and utilities throughout the city; participates in pre-construction conferences; provides information to the public concerning assigned projects; researches and maintains engineering, surveying, correspondence and legal records; makes engineering and surveying calculations. Knowledge, Skills, and Characteristics: Knowledge of the theory and principles of drafting. Knowledge of the theory and principles of engineering design and surveying. Knowledge of methods, materials, and equipment used in public works construction and construction planning. Knowledge of engineering maps and records. Skill in reviewing construction plans and specifications to determine if they comply with established industry guidelines/regulations and safety standards. Skill in establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with contractor, engineers, architects, other City employees/officials, and the publ ic. Skill in the use of manual drafting tools and equipment, and computer aided drafting and design hardware and software. Skill in the use of surveying equipment and instrumentation. Essentials: Essential functions, as determined under the Americans with Disabilities Act, may include the above tasks, knowledge, and other characteristics. This list of tasks is ILLUSTRATIVE ONLY, and is not a comprehensive listing of all functions and tasks performed by positions of this class. The approv ed class specifications are not intended to and do not infer or create any employment, compensation, or contract rights to any person(s). This updated job description supersedes prior descriptions for the same position. Management reserves the right to add or change duties at any time. Benefits: Benefits are not available to Part-time employees.
Public Works Inspector
PUBLIC WORKS INSPECTOR Salary: $25.40 - $27.64 Hourly Location: Logan, UT Job Type: Full-time Department: Public Works Job Number: 21-83 Closing Date: October 25, 2021 (Closes at 12:01 a.m. October 26, 2021) Description: Under general supervision, performs advanced technical and complex inspections, locating and mapping of all public and private infrastructure maintained and/or serviced by Logan City Public Works. Provide Blue Staking of City utilities as needed. Qualificati ons: High School GED or equivalent AND experience equivalent to three (3) years full-time varied public works construction and inspection work which required reading and interpreting plans and specifications. Must possess a valid Utah Operator's License. Must possess or be able to obtain a Utah State Division of Environmental Quality Wastewater Collection IV and Water Distribution IV certifications. Must possess or be able to obtain a Storm Water Inspection Certification (certification must be one that is recognized by the Utah Division of Environmental Quality). Must be capable of lifting in excess of 75 pounds without adverse consequences. Must be able to climb in and out of vehicles repeatedly. Must be capable of accessing and traversing through construction sites. Responsibilities: Inspects and leads in the inspection of water, storm water, sewer, curb and gutter, and street development in subdivisions, work in right of way permits, and for all contracted public works project s; insures quality work and compliance with codes, ordinances and approved plans in the performance of contracted work, and subdivision development, for which the City will take over responsibility and operation/maintenance, or provides services and connection to private infrastructure and coordinates work between City crews and contractors, and between departments; inspects construction sites for proper safety procedures. Provide review and comments to design submittals during design review and approval process. Coordinates with the Project Engineer: (1) The resolution of specifications, drawings, or construction problems that arise; (2) Interprets contract and project requirements through analysis of specifications and drawings and the application of a variety of testing and inspection techniques; (3) Review project pay estimates, status reports and project logs; (4) Evaluates and assigns work to inspectors; (5) Trains subordinate inspectors; (6) Participates in pre-construction conferences with individual companies and agencies; (7) Review test results submitted by inspectors. Other duties as assigned. Knowledge, Skills, and Characteristics: Knowledge of and/or ability to learn the use of electronic equipment (i.e. computers, tablets, smart phones, mapping equipment, and utility location equipment, etc). Knowledge of and/or ability to use basic Microsoft Office software, Google software (i.e. Drive, Word, Spreadsheets, Meet, Email, etc), other software (i.e. Storm water tracking and Blue Staking) as may be used by City as part of daily work responsibilities. Knowledge of the principles and methods applied in technical work associated with public works inspection. Knowledge in the use of materials and their placement in construction. Knowledge of the stages of construction when possible defects and violations may be most easily detected. Knowledge of the practices, equipment, tools, and materials used in the installation of Public and Private infrastr ucture.. Knowledge of the principles and practices of employee supervision and training. Skill in applying a variety of procedures and techniques in performing tests. Skill in the interpretation and explaining construction codes, plans, standards and specifications to construction workers and lower level inspectors. Skill in establishing and maintaining cooperative working relationships with those contacted in the course of business. Skill in communicating clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing. Essentials: Essential functions, as determined under the Americans with Disabilities Act, may include the above tasks, knowledge, and other characteristics. This list of tasks is ILLUSTRATIVE ONLY, and is not a comprehensive listing of all functions and tasks performed by positions of this class. The approved class specifications are not intended to and do not infer or create any employment, compensation, or contract rights to any person(s). This updated job description s upersedes prior descriptions for the same position. Management reserves the right to add or change duties at any time. Benefits: Benefits are available to Full-time employees.