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Job Title: Emergency Communications Manager

  • Job Type: Civil Service 
  • Salary: $72,889.96 annually
  • Closing date: 10/23/2017
  • Location:  Memphis, TN
  • Job number: 2017-00567

Works under the general direction of a Lt. Colonel or higher rank supervisor assigned to the Communications Service Center, which operates twenty-four hours a day. Monitors assigned personnel in the performance of their duties to ensure compliance with the MOU between the Communications Workers of America and the City, departmental regulations, policies and procedures, as well as local, state and federal laws and guidelines. Serves as liaison with the Police Services compliance unit that oversees compliance with guidelines as set forth by the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies. Monitors record management and equipment inventory, including personnel files, payroll forms and court time sheets. Provides input to the Management regarding in budget planning, purchasing, hiring, equipment contracts, and procurement processes. Provides an assessment for efficient and effective operations which includes evaluating staff work performance and making recommended changes, when necessary. Researches and responds to complaints from individuals outside the unit; as well as internally, including Uniform Patrol Supervisors regarding actions/behavior of dispatchers. Evaluates disciplinary reports regarding employees. Recommends appropriate level of action to be taken on major infractions, handles minor incidents, and conducts disciplinary hearings, when instructed to. Performs conflict resolution among employees and provides other resolution techniques, when necessary. Implements and communicates policies and procedures to the staff. Establishes objectives for in-service training programs for the service center. Ensures procedures are up-to-date and supervisors are familiar with: evacuation procedures, reporting to the back-up sight, reporting phone malfunctions with the 911 emergency phone line and the non-emergency line, and proper notification to the Command Staff. Monitors work performance of the assigned staff, provides direction on projects, and assists with troubleshooting problems. Attends meetings periodically and represents the Command Staff (i.e. Shelby County 911 District quarterly meetings). Provides testimony in court and at depositions regarding policy and procedures and media produced such as tapes of calls, radio transmissions etc. when properly summoned. Monitors On-the Job Injury reports, Long Term Absence rosters, and employees covered under FMLA to ensure proper compliance and oversight.

Job Title: Sr. Programs Administrator HCD

  • Job Type: Civil Service Grant 
  • Salary: $87,100.47 – $115,408.12 annually
  • Closing date: 10/23/2017 
  • Location:  Memphis, TN
  • Job number: 2017-00584

Works under the general direction of the Director of Housing and Community Development (HCD) to plan, direct, and coordinate all activities related to division programs and planning. Assists with strategic planning, goal setting and policy development to establish and maintain programs and services that meet the needs of the community. Manages and provides work direction, assigns tasks, and evaluates the work performance of staff responsible for the division’s programs and planning activities. Coordinates research and grant writing efforts for competitive programs including Lead Based Paint Hazard Reduction, Fair Housing, Hope VI Revitalization, Homeless and Special Needs, the Land Bank, the Property Development Center, and various other funding opportunities. Coordinates on neighborhood planning activities such as research on land use, physical conditions, and demographics in collaboration with other municipal agencies and divisions. Reviews and provides analytical and statistical reports as required by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Interprets government regulations and ensures program compliance with local, state, and federal codes and requirements. Recommends programs for approval and fund allocation for projects based on research gathered through the annual planning processes. Provides oversight and tracks metrics of all divisional programs to tie to the HUD annual plan and report. Awards contracts to sub-recipient organizations.  Prepares and monitors annual operating, administrative, and program budgets. Oversees all program funding expenditures.  Develops program and customer service standards. Monitors program activities and communicates with regulatory agencies to prevent and resolve problems.  Provides representation for the division on various committees and with other government agencies, divisions, and professional organizations. Delivers presentations and provides information regarding the department’s operation to committees, community groups, federal, state, local agencies, and the general public. Establishes and maintains mutually productive working relationships with residents, community/business groups, and other public organizations. Monitors community needs, division resources, legislative mandates, and grant funded requirements. Coordinates and implements the process of soliciting and receiving competitive grant applications. Travels to and attends various meetings, businesses, and work sites across the City.

Job Title: Sr. Operations Administrator HCD

  • Job Type: Civil Service Grant 
  • Salary: $87,100.47 – $115,408.12 annually
  • Closing date: 10/23/2017
  • Location:  Memphis, TN
  • Job number: 2017-00583

Works under the direction of the Director of Housing and Community Development (HCD) to provide day to day operational oversight and work direction in the areas of Finance and Accounting and various other areas for the division. Develops and implements policies and procedures regarding Finance, Accounting, Operations, and federal reporting systems such as Integrated Disbursement and Information System (IDIS), Line of Credit Control System (LOCCS), Disaster Recovery Grant Reporting System (DRGR) and Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (CAPER). Provides oversight for the planning, coordination, and implementation of the annual budget process for the Division for all sources of funding.  Prepares the Strategic and Annual Business Plans.  Allocates financial guidelines to each department to adhere to established procedures. Serves as liaison between the division and the budget office. Manages a complex accounting system that requires reconciliation of accounts of federal funds. Ensures that accounting reporting systems and procedures follow established administrative policies, regulations and acceptable accounting practices. Works with Monitoring and Compliance Service Center to resolve critical compliance issues. Monitors and manages daily transactions pertaining to federal reporting systems. Provides work direction, assignment of duties, training and evaluation of work performance of assigned staff. Supervises and trains staff on division-wide data collection and entry functions for the federal on-line computerized project tracking system and all other federal reporting systems. Develops and coordinates the implementation of new or revised accounting systems. Assists Director in providing guidance on day to day operations and alignment of programs across the division. Serves as liaison to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).  Utilizes federal government IDIS computer system to record, track, monitor the drawing down of funds for the reimburse of HCD’s expenditures.   Assists in the completion of the Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (CAPER) and Consolidated Plans. Prepares various financial and operation performance reports for management for monitoring and planning purposes and for submission to City Council and outside agencies.  Processes payment requests for vendors and contractors. Attends various meetings, businesses, and work sites across the City. Provides technical advice and services to management by interpreting financial reports and identifying problem areas.  Attends public meetings and explains HCD activities, and attends various professional associations meetings.  Serves on various committees in the planning and development of finance related policies and procedures.

Job Title: Clerical Operations Supervisor

  • Job Type: Civil Service 
  • Salary: $31,848.18 – $47,444.80 annually
  • Closing date: 10/23/2017
  • Location:  Memphis, TN
  • Job number: 2017-00429

Works under the direction of the Report Center Coordinator to supervise the activities of clerical personnel on their respective shifts in conducting the daily operations of the Police CompStat Report Center: prepares work schedules; assigns duties; monitors and evaluates work performance in accordance with departmental rules and regulations; and recommends developmental or disciplinary action in accordance with applicable Memorandum of Understanding and City Personnel Policies.  Supervises operations to ensure that departmental and Tennessee Incident Based Reporting System data entry standards are met, that reports are assigned to the proper Bureaus or Units and entered into the system by established priorities.  Monitors, documents, and provides feedback to the various units within the Department regarding deficiencies and errors in crime incident reports.  Coordinates, trains, and assists subordinate employees in effective performance of duties such as entering, validating, and conducting computer searches for reported crimes and receiving and maintaining files of various handwritten copies of reports, memorandums, supplements and arrest forms.  Reviews and recommends work procedures to improve operating efficiency.

Job Title: Property & Evidence Shift Supervisor

  • Job Type: Civil Service 
  • Salary: $31,848.18 – $47,444.80 annually
  • Closing date: 10/23/2017
  • Location:  Memphis, TN
  • Job number: 2017-00418

Works under the general supervision of the Property Room Manager. Responsible for organizing the day to day operations of the property room. Provides work direction, assignment of duties, evaluation of work performance, and discipline of assigned staff. Supervises the receipt, storage, and inventory of various evidence items received by the Memphis Police Department (MPD). Oversees the disposal and release of impounded weapons, narcotics, supplies and other property. Establishes policies and procedures to meet MPD standards.  Develops training programs and materials for property room staff.  Coordinates staff schedules to adequately cover shifts. Logs and enters property and evidence into appropriate databases. Attends meetings at various locations around the city by driving to different satellite locations. Completes reports and property receipts. Prepares documents for cases and may testify in court.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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