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Latest City of Memphis Job Postings

City of Memphis job opportunities for Wednesday, October 28, 2015:

  • Accounting Analyst                                                 Civil Service        General Services
  • Zone Sanitation Supervisor (3 openings)               Civil Service        Public Works

Please click HERE for more details and to apply.

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Current City of Memphis Job Opportunities

Enclosed are the City of Memphis job postings for Wednesday, July 29, 2015:

  • Heavy Equipment Mechanic                                      Public Works
  • Sweeper Operator                                                     Public Works
  • Police Radio Technician                                            Police Services
  • Crew Chief                                                                General Services
  • Building Maintenance Mechanic                               General Services

Durational Register

  • General Clerk / A                                                             Police

For a complete listing of job openings please visit web site at www.memphistn.gov.

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Latest City of Memphis Job Openings

Enclosed are your City of Memphis job postings for Wednesday, October 1, 2014:

  • Street Maintenance Administrator                          Public Works                                           (This posting is for 10/01/14 – 10/31/14)
  • Conservator                                                                  Parks & Neighborhoods
  • Code Enforcement Inspector                                    Public Works
  • Heavy Equipment Operator (2 open positions)    Public Works

 

Durational Register

  • Secretary / A                                                                      Fire Services
  • General Clerk / A                                                             Police Services

Please go to www.memphistn.gov for details and to apply.

 

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Latest City of Memphis Job Postings – Closing Date: 3/14/14

For a complete listing of job openings please visit web site at www.memphistn.gov.

CLOSING DATE:  March 14, 2014

THE CITY CHARTER REQUIRES THAT CITY EMPLOYEES MUST ESTABLISH RESIDENCE WITHIN SHELBY COUNTY WITHIN SIX (6) MONTHS FROM DATE OF EMPLOYMENT.   PROOF OF RESIDENCE WILL BE REQUIRED AT THE TIME OF HIRE.

NOTE:  Before applying, please update your profile through your “My Account” screen (address, employment history, education, etc.) to ensure the most current and accurate information will be considered.  Please note that incomplete applications may not be considered.  You may be contacted via email regarding your application.

 

POSITION:    REVENUE MANAGER – (1 Opening)  ANNUAL SALARY:  $59,176.00 – $91,728.00  BI-WEEKLY:  $2,776.00 – $3,528.00     Finance/Financial & Strategic Planning     J.O. #14-410-R1

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:  Works under the direction of the Deputy Director of Finance with responsibility for maximizing the collection of current and delinquent revenues due to all departments and divisions of the City of Memphis (City). Develops and oversees strategic initiatives for short- and long-term improvements to the City’s current revenue structure and its existing revenue collection procedures; identifies opportunities to improve the cash management process, control, and accountability in revenue accounting. Documents, informs, disseminates, and regularly updates City policies and procedures related to revenue collection and ensures compliance. Collaborates with the Finance Director, Budget Manager, City Attorney’s Office, and Chief Administrative Officer to monitor, analyze, and advise of the cost of recovery of fees, strategic rate setting, and potential new revenue sources. Ensures all employees receiving revenue on behalf of the City are trained adequately and have access to any and all resources that are necessary to perform their duties properly, efficiently, and effectively. Monitors collection trends, amounts, and timing of revenue receipts as documented and recorded by individuals with the responsibility for collections and recording of revenue. Prepares a variety of documents and reports using various computer software applications.

OTHER FUNCTIONS:

  1. Participates in the coordination, preparation, and presentation of the City’s annual operating and capital    improvement budgets
  2. Performs additional functions (essential or otherwise) which may be assigned

TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS:  Must be able to communicate clearly both verbally and in writing with external agencies, City and County officials, and staff members at all levels. Ability to operate general office equipment such as a computer, calculator, and telephone required.

TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS:   Work is performed in an office environment. Travel to meetings across the City of Memphis and occasional out-of-town travel may be required.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Finance, or Business Administration or a related field and eight (8) years of increasingly responsible professional experience in finance and/or accounting with four (4) of the eight (8) years leading financial processes; or any combination of experience and training which enables one to perform the essential job functions. Master’s degree in Finance, Accounting, or Public Administration preferred. Knowledge of various software applications, including MS Office and Oracle, preferred. Experience in local government or private sector strategic/financial planning, project budgeting/accounting, and federally or state-funded projects. Experience with computer-based data collection, planning, and reporting preferred.

 

POSITION:     MAINTENANCE ELECTRICIAN– (1 Opening)  ANNUAL SALARY:  $59,967.70  BI-WEEKLY:  $2,306.45     General Services/Property Maintenance          J.O. #14-038 

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:  Works under the general supervision of an assigned supervisor in General Services to provide Master/Journeyman level work for the installation, maintenance, repair of electrical systems and equipment and fixtures of City owned buildings and facilities.  Plans layout of wiring and installs wiring conduit, fixtures, generators, switches, circuit breaker fuse boxes, and electrical apparatus in buildings using hand tools, voltage testers and other testing devices; inspects wiring and fixtures for conformance to local electrical codes.  Drives various types of trucks with the required license to and from work site to haul equipment. Makes estimates of time, money and materials needed.

OTHER FUNCTIONS:

1.         Performs additional functions (essential or otherwise) which may be assigned.

TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS:  Requires the use of equipment such as hand tools, drills, hydraulic bender, etc.  Requires the ability to operate an automobile.  Requires ability to lift 50 lbs.  Requires ability to work from ladders, scaffolding, light towers, aerial equipment and bucket trucks in the performance of some job duties. Drives vehicle to and from various work sites throughout city.

TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS:  Work is performed inside buildings exposed to dust and outside exposed to changing weather conditions and temperatures.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:  Valid Journeyman Electrician License and four (4) years of electrical maintenance experience, or any combination of experience or training which enables one to perform the essential job functions.  Must possess and maintain a valid driver’s license as a condition of continued employment.

 

POSITION:     TRUCK DRIVER – (4 Openings)  SALARY:  $11.87/Hr-Entry; $13.24/Hr-60 Days; $15.99/Hr-5 Months      General Services/Park Operations      J.O. #14-040 

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:  Works under the direct supervision of assigned supervisor in Park Operations to assist in maintaining the grounds of City Parks:  Drives various types of trucks, ½ ton and up, including stake-type dump trucks; loads and unloads materials, tools, and equipment onto trucks; operates tractor, using specific attachments, to till, cultivate, and grade turf areas, to apply prescribed amounts of lime, fertilizer, insecticide, and fungicide, and to mow grounds at designated cut; cuts grass, using hand mower and power mower; uses shovels, rakes, spades, and other tools; performs routine maintenance, such as lubricating, fueling and cleaning equipment; and performs a variety of custodial duties to maintain the grounds of the park.

OTHER FUNCTIONS:

1.       Performs additional functions (essential or otherwise) which may be assigned.

TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS:  Requires ability to operate assigned equipment and to engage and disengage attachments.  Requires ability to climb onto equipment.  Must be able to handle various hand tools.  Requires bending, stooping, kneeling, reaching, standing, pushing, pulling, and lifting (approx. 50 lbs.).  Must be able to traverse on various surfaces.

TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS:  Majority of work is performed outdoors exposed to odors, dust, chemicals, and inclement weather.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:  Ability to understand written and verbal instructions; and experience driving variety of trucks, agricultural tractors, and front-mounted mowers; or any combination of experience and training which enables one to perform the essential job functions.  Must pass tests designated by Human Resources on related equipment, such as 2-ton dump truck with trailer, agricultural tractor, and zero-turn mower, etc.  Must possess and maintain a valid Class “B” Tennessee Commercial Driver’s license; and must comply with Federal Department of Transportation (DOT) Alcohol and Drug testing rules as a condition of continued employment.  Must be available to work weekends.

 

POSITION:     ASSISTANT DIRECTOR– (1 Opening)  ANNUAL SALARY:  $31,220.80  – $46,508.80  BI-WEEKLY:  $1,200.80 – $1,788.80     Parks & Neighborhoods/Katie Sexton Community Center          J.O. #14-037

 ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:  Works under the general supervision of the Community Center Director in the Recreation area of the Parks and Neighborhoods.  Provides daily supervision to staff which includes custodians, recreation leaders, etc. Assists in the planning recreational programs. Leads recreational activities at a community center.  Enforces center rules and regulations. Works with neighborhood associations, local businesses, and the general public to determine recreation interests and needs for all ages. Teaches classes in specialized recreational activities.  Supervises the issuance and maintenance of recreation supplies and equipment. Maintains daily activity reports and records.

OTHER FUNCTIONS:

1.      May transport participants to different sites throughout the City to participate in various recreational activities.

2.      Performs additional functions (essential or otherwise) which may be assigned.

TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS:  Must be able to communicate with staff, management, and the general public.  Must be able to travel throughout the City for special events, programs and training seminars.

TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS:  Work is performed primarily in a community center environment with some outdoor work required when monitoring recreation activities and programs.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:  B.S. Degree in Recreation or a closely related field and one (1) year related experience; or any combination of experience and training which enables one to perform the essential job functions.  Must possess and maintain a valid driver’s license as a condition of continued employment.

 

POSITION:     MECHANIC HELPER– (8 Openings)  ANNUAL SALARY:  $37,995.36 – $44,438.94  BI-WEEKLY:  $1,461.36 – $1,709.19     General Services/Fleet Management          J.O. #14-039 

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:  Works under the supervision of an assigned supervisor in the Fleet Management Service Center.  Responsible for preventive maintenance inspections, repairs and lubrications on City owned vehicles.  Changes oil filters; lubricates wear points; replaces minor components; checks fluid levels; inspects various components and systems for safety, premature wear and other deficiencies; maintains vehicle related reports; performs tire repairs; changes tires.

OTHER FUNCTIONS:

1.   Performs additional functions (essential or otherwise) which may be assigned.

TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDSRequires the use of equipment, such as hand tools and power tools.  Requires lifting (approx. 50 lbs), stooping, bending, and reaching.  Involves contact with staff and City employees.

TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS: Work is performed in an automotive shop environment; exposed to noise, dust, grease, and fumes.  May be exposed to various weather conditions.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Ability to read, write and understand written instructions; knowledge of techniques involved in use of small tools and understanding of basic principles of mechanical trade; six (6) months automotive maintenance experience, or any combination of experience or training which enables one to perform the essential job functions.  Must possess and maintain a valid Class “B” Tennessee Commercial Driver’s License or obtain within six (6) months of employment as a condition of continued employment.  Must comply with Federal Department of Transportation (DOT) Alcohol and Drug Testing rules.

 

POSITION:    CUSTODIAN – (1 Opening)  SALARY:  $11.87/Hr-Entry; $13.04/Hr-60 Days; $15.37/Hr-5 Months      Parks & Neighborhoods/McFarland Community Center      J.O. #14-036 

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:  Works under the direct supervision of a Community Center Assistant Director. Performs routine cleaning of buildings, facilities, and equipment:  Performs light cleaning duties such as sweeping, mopping, emptying trash cans, changing light bulbs, washing walls and glass, and cleaning bathrooms; applies treatment to various floor surfaces by mopping, scrubbing, stripping, polishing or shampooing; moves furniture and equipment; operates motor driven cleaning equipment such as vacuum cleaner, buffer, and carpet shampooer; cleans snow and debris from sidewalk; and notifies supervisor of repairs and maintenance work needed for building and equipment.

OTHER FUNCTIONS:

1.       Performs additional functions (essential or otherwise) which may be assigned.

TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS:  Work requires regular physical exertion such as recurring standing, walking, bending, stooping, stretching, reaching, and pulling.  Requires ability to climb ladders.

TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS:  Majority of work is performed indoors.  May be exposed to dust and odors from cleaning solvents.  Occasional outside work may be required to remove debris from sidewalks.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:  Requires ability to read, write and understand simple verbal and written instructions or any combination of experience and training which enables one to perform the essential job functions; knowledge of proper use of materials such as waxes, detergents and floor finishes desirable.

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City of Memphis Job Openings thru February 25, 2013

For a complete listing of job openings please visit web site at http://www.memphistn.gov.

THE CITY CHARTER REQUIRES THAT CITY EMPLOYEES MUST ESTABLISH RESIDENCE WITHIN SHELBY COUNTY WITHIN SIX (6) MONTHS FROM DATE OF EMPLOYMENT. PROOF OF RESIDENCE WILL BE_REQUIRED AT THE TIME OF HIRE.

CREWPERSON – PART-TIME/SEASONAL REGISTER

JOB TITLE: CREWPERSON – J.O. #CPreg2013

City of Memphis is now accepting applications for the establishment of Part-time and Seasonal Crewperson/Mower Operator and Crewperson hiring registers. Hiring Register ranking will be determined by lottery selection of those who meet the minimum qualifications. Vacancies may be filled from the established hiring register. Individuals appearing on the register will be subject to applicable background checks and drug testing. Register will be active for approximately 6 months to one year. Persons who are placed on the register will be notified prior to the expiration of the hiring register.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: Works under the direct supervision of an assigned supervisor and may be assigned to perform various types of general labor and unskilled work, which include but are not limited to the following:

1. Collects residential and commercial refuse riding in a solid waste collection vehicle along an assign route as a member of a collection crew
2. Performs recycling and special collection duties
3. Loads, unloads, and moves materials manually
4. Performs routine cleaning of buildings and equipment
5. Maintains various properties and facility grounds to include basic grass cutting, weeding, trimming, raking, etc.

Notifies the supervisor of repairs and maintenance work needed for building and equipment. Assists skilled trade personnel in more complex duties.

OTHER FUNCTIONS:
1. Performs additional functions (essential or otherwise) which may be assigned.

TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Requires ability to perform manual work and continuous lifting and carrying of various materials up to 50 lbs. Involves bending, kneeling, climbing ladders, reaching overhead, traversing uneven ground, and maneuver around debris. Must be able to operate various hand and motorized tools, such as: rakes, mops, brooms, basic lawn mowers, weed trimmers, etc. Must be able to communicate clearly both verbally and in writing to receive instructions and give feedback. Involves contact with staff.

TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS: Requires outdoor work, sometimes in inclement weather conditions, including hot and cold temperatures. May be exposed to fumes, odors, noise, and dust.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Ability to understand written and verbal instructions. Experience with solid waste collection and related equipment preferred. Experience maintaining property and grounds and operating relating hand and motorized tools preferred. Possession of a Driver License or Commercial Driver License preferred. (PROOF OF DRIVER’S LICENSE REQUIRED)

CREWPERSON/MOWER OPERATOR-PART-TIME/SEASONAL REGISTER

JOB TITLE: CREWPERSON-MOWER OPERATOR – J.O. #CPMOreg2013

City of Memphis is now accepting applications for the establishment of Part-time and Seasonal Crewperson/Mower Operator and Crewperson hiring registers. Hiring Register ranking will be determined by lottery selection of those who meet the minimum qualifications. Vacancies may be filled from the established hiring register. Individuals appearing on the register will be subject to applicable background checks and drug testing. Register will be active for approximately 6 months to one year. Persons who are placed on the register will be notified prior to the expiration of the hiring register.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: Works under the direct supervision of an assigned supervisor and may be assigned to perform various types of general labor and unskilled work, which include but are not limited to maintaining park property and other grounds using riding mowers and hand/power tools or other equipment. Operates and performs preventative maintenance on tractors, 2 ton dump trucks, and/or commercial zero turn and other riding mowers. Mows, trims, plants, waters, sprays, fertilizes, aerates, digs, rakes, as needed. Picks up trash and tree limbs on city properties. Notifies the supervisor of repairs and maintenance work needed for properties, buildings, and equipment.

May be assigned to perform specific duties in maintaining golf courses. Operates and performs preventative maintenance on tractors, commercial zero turn mowers, greens mowers, fairways mowers, rough mowers, and other riding mowers.

OTHER FUNCTIONS:
1. Performs additional functions (essential or otherwise) which may be assigned.

TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Requires ability to perform manual work, which will involve bending, kneeling, climbing ladders, reaching overhead, lifting and carrying up to 50 lbs., traversing uneven ground, and maneuver around debris. Must be able to operate and perform preventative maintenance on various hand and motorized tools, such as: riding mowers, commercial zero turn mowers, tractors, blowers, rakes, brooms, lawn mowers, weed trimmers, etc. Must be able to communicate clearly both verbally and in writing to receive instructions and give feedback. Involves contact with staff.

TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS: Requires outdoor work, sometimes in inclement weather conditions, including hot and cold temperatures. May be exposed to fumes, odors, noise, and dust.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Ability to understand written and verbal instructions. Must have experience operating various riding mowers; including commercial zero turn mowers and tractors. Specific experience operating a 2 ton dump truck and/or equipment in golf course maintenance including greens mowers, fairways mowers, etc. is preferred. Possession of a Driver License or Commercial Driver License preferred. May be required to complete a battery of tests as deemed appropriate by Human Resources to evaluate competencies in operating related equipment.
(PROOF OF DRIVER’S LICENSE REQUIRED)

POSITION: SIGNAL AIDE – (2 Openings)
Annual Salary: $22,878.70/Entry; $29,398.72/Six Months; $40,038.44-Twelve Months; Bi-weekly: $879.95/Entry; $1,130.72/Six Months; $1,539.94/Twelve Months; Engineering/Signal Maintenance J.O. #12-169

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: Works under the supervision of an assigned supervisor in the Engineering Division to assist Signal Technicians in installing and repairing signal equipment: Assists in installing signals, making electrical connections to units. Performs routine maintenance and repairs on equipment. Installs new bulbs and LED modules in traffic signals. Digs holes, erects poles and wires lines to support traffic signals and related devices. Disassembles, cleans, and reassembles lighting fixtures and equipment using hand tools. Places warning signs, flags, or barriers at repair site. Loads and unloads equipment, tools and supplies from truck. Drives truck to and from various work sites. Works from bucket and aerial platform trucks to perform daily tasks. Maintains workshop in orderly condition.

OTHER FUNCTIONS:
1. Performs additional functions (essential or otherwise) which may be assigned.

TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Must be able to lift and carry objects up to 70 lbs. with assistance. Requires climbing, including 12 ft. ladders, onto the back of trucks, and atop stacked poles. Requires balancing, bending, kneeling, reaching, pushing, and pulling. Requires the ability to use basic hand tools and to grasp wires. Must be able to program controls and change components. Requires feeling of electrical circuits and wires for overheating. Involves standing for extended periods of time and traverse over uneven surfaces. Must be able to communicate problems and conditions to co-workers, including during high volume of traffic noise. Must operate a two-way radio to communicate with co-workers and supervisor.

TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS: Majority of work is performed outdoors. Some shop work is required. Must work in inclement weather as necessary. Must work from bucket and aerial platform trucks. Exposed to noise and traffic. May be exposed to engine fumes and electrical shock. Requires the use and wear of protective gear. Requires the ability to work different shifts as well as standby and call out duty.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Ability to read, write and understand written and verbal instructions. Must have six (6) months of full time working experience or vocational training using basic hand tools; or any combination of experience and training which enables one to perform the essential job functions. Must either possess a valid Class “B” Tennessee (or equivalent out-of-state) Commercial Driver’s license, or obtain such license before the end of six (6) months employment as a condition of continued employment. Must comply with Federal Department of Transportation (DOT) Alcohol and Drug testing rules.


POSITION: MAIL DISTRIBUTION BINDERY CLERK – (1 Opening)

Annual Salary: $23,050.04 – $35,193.60; Bi-weekly: $886.54 – $1,353.60; General Services-Printing Services J.O. #13-017

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: Works under the general supervision of the Printing and Mail Services Supervisor. Delivers and retrieves interdepartmental and U.S. mail, including office supplies, printing jobs, payroll documents, etc., between City Hall and various City divisions and agencies on established route according to delivery schedule. Drives City van or car, in a safe manner, to destinations and lifts and carries packages and bundles of mail weighing up to 50 pounds. Loads and sorts mail by route/destination number. Pre-sorts outgoing U.S. mail into batches by zip code according to postal standards. Operates personal computer to maintain records of printing jobs delivered. Operates postage machine and envelope stuffer. Operates Auxiliary printing equipment, including various color and black copiers, binder, punch system, folder machine, cutter, stapler, drill, laminator, perforator, and platemaker, when needed. Assembles print jobs by hand. Ensures maintenance of assigned vehicle is conducted as scheduled.

OTHER FUNCTIONS:
1. Performs additional functions (essential or otherwise) which may be assigned.

TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Must be able to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing. Requires the ability to lift and carry packages weighing up to 50 pounds or more with assistance and reaching above head to place mail into bins. Requires traversing through buildings and parking lots and carrying packages for long periods of time. Must be able to operate general office equipment such as a telephone, computer terminal, or fax machine.

TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS: Operates a city vehicle, such as a van with an automatic transmission, for long periods of time to travel throughout the city to deliver mail. Will be exposed to changing weather conditions and temperatures. May be exposed to loud noise and dust while processing mail in the mailroom.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: High school graduate or equivalent and two (2) years of experience performing mail delivery and bindery duties including specific experience operating related equipment such as a computer terminal, folder, laminator, punch system, assembler and copy machines; or any combination of experience or training which enables one to perform the essential job functions. Must possess a valid Tennessee Driver’s License. (DRIVER’S LICENSE REQUIRED)

POSITION: TRUCK DRIVER – (6 Openings)
Salary: $11.08/Hr-Entry; $12.47/Hr-60 Days; $15.25/Hr-5 Months; General Services/Park Operations J.O. #13-020

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: Works under the direct supervision of assigned supervisor in Park Operations to assist in maintaining the grounds of City Parks: Drives various types of trucks, ½ ton and up, including stake-type dump trucks; loads and unloads materials, tools, and equipment onto trucks; operates tractor, using specific attachments, to till, cultivate, and grade turf areas, to apply prescribed amounts of lime, fertilizer, insecticide, and fungicide, and to mow grounds at designated cut; cuts grass, using hand mower and power mower; uses shovels, rakes, spades, and other tools; performs routine maintenance, such as lubricating, fueling and cleaning equipment; and performs a variety of custodial duties to maintain the grounds of the park.

OTHER FUNCTIONS:
1. Performs additional functions (essential or otherwise) which may be assigned.

TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Requires ability to operate assigned equipment and to engage and disengage attachments. Requires ability to climb onto equipment. Must be able to handle various hand tools. Requires bending, stooping, kneeling, reaching, standing, walking, pushing, pulling, and lifting (approx. 50 lbs.)

TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS: Majority of work is performed outdoors exposed to odors, dust, chemicals, and inclement weather.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Ability to understand written and verbal instructions; and experience driving variety of trucks, agricultural tractors, and front-mounted mowers; or any combination of experience and training which enables one to perform the essential job functions. Must pass tests designated by Human Resources on related equipment, such as 2-ton dump truck with trailer, agricultural tractor, and zero-turn mower, etc. Must possess a valid Class “B” Tennessee Commercial Driver’s license; and must comply with Federal Department of Transportation (DOT) Alcohol and Drug testing rules. Must be available to work weekends. (CLASS “B” DRIVER’S LICENSE REQUIRED)

POSITION: BUILDING MAINTENANCE MECHANIC/CH – (1 Opening)
Annual Salary: $39,182.52 – $46,097.22; Bi-weekly: $1,507.02 – $1772.97; General Services/Operation City Hall J.O. #13-015

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: Works under the supervision of the Manager-Building Maintenance/City Hall and is responsible for performing mechanical work in the repair, construction, assembly, and installation of machinery and mechanical equipment in City Hall. Inspects and oils machinery to ensure proper operation and performs maintenance and minor repairs to electrical equipment. Maintains and makes minor plumbing, carpentry, painting, plastering, and heating and air conditioning repairs. Replaces light fixtures and bulbs, and moves furniture, equipment, and supplies. Assists in tearing down, moving and maintaining walls and partitions. Performs daily maintenance to the city’s motor pool which includes checking the oil, gas, tires, and refueling vehicles. Operates cars, trucks, forklifts and sweepers. Maintains monthly logs of fire extinguishers and preventive maintenance of equipment. Reports on work completed and maintains records. Orders and picks-up parts, equipment and supplies.

OTHER FUNCTIONS:
1. Performs additional functions (essential or otherwise) which may be assigned.

TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Must be able to communicate both verbally and in writing. Requires the ability to lift and carry objects such as partitions and mechanical parts weighing up to 30 lbs. and maneuver including stooping, bending, reaching above head to inspect areas in City Hall. Must be able to use hand tools such as a hammer or screwdriver. May require climbing ladders to inspect roof, etc.

TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS: Majority of work is performed in an office environment. Some work is performed in a maintenance area including exposure to dust, fumes, odors, noise, and heat.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: High School graduate or equivalent and two (2) years experience performing generalized building maintenance and repair. Must have completed training courses in electrical, plumbing, and heating and air conditioning from an accredited school; or obtain the required training courses within twelve (12) months of employment as a condition of continued employment. Must have a valid Tennessee driver’s license. (DRIVER’S LICENSE REQUIRED)

GRANT-FUNDED POSITION WITH CITY BENEFITS

POSITION: NEIGHBORHOOD REDEVELOPMENT COORDINATOR – (1 Opening)
Annual Salary:$36,186.41 – $57,283.20; Bi-weekly: $1,391.79 – $2,203.20; Housing & Community Dev-
Community Development/Faith Based Initiatives J.O. #13-018

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: Works under the direction of the Neighborhood Redevelopment Manager to support neighborhood revitalization efforts and the City’s initiative to create “neighborhoods of choice”. Encourages and supports the formation of neighborhood associations. Participates in the implementation strategies of approved neighborhood plans which focus on various aspects such as: Police Neighborhood Watch, street trees, sidewalks, code enforcement, housing development, transportation, etc. Makes recommendations to the Neighborhood Redevelopment Manager regarding neighborhood policies, budgets, programs, and events. Gathers, analyzes, and distributes data necessary to build capacity in neighborhood organizations through partnerships, grants, for profits, non-profits, faith-based, and foundation funding. Attends community and neighborhood development activities that will require travel to various neighborhood meetings, community and neighborhood events, business meetings, etc. Enables neighborhood organizations to have financial, labor, and in-kind resources to complete improvements. Develops strategies to enhance information flow and citizen participation. Assists in budget preparation and administration. Prepares monthly, quarterly, and annual activity reports, which reflect program achievements as well as monitors budget expenditures. Assists neighborhood groups with writing grant applications. Plans, promotes, and administers neighborhood outreach programs and services designed to maintain the quality of life in City neighborhoods, including providing information and assisting neighborhoods in setting goals and objectives. Participates in H.C.D.’s annual Strategic Competitive Initiative Fund (SCIF) grant application process from the neighborhood prospective. Encourages residents to volunteer their time and talent for active participation in neighborhood improvements, programs, and events. Communicates with neighborhood groups, liaisons, City employees, and community members.

OTHER FUNCTIONS:
1. Performs additional functions (essential or otherwise) which may be assigned.

TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Requires the ability to operate equipment, such as a computer and telephone. Requires ability to read, interpret, and apply federal regulations, and to communicate with professionals and non-professionals both verbally and in writing. Requires the ability to operate an automobile.

TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS: Majority of the work is performed in an office environment and involves extensive contact with City employees, citizens, and community groups on a variety of special projects, activities, and events. Requires travel throughout the City to attend various neighborhoods meetings, events, and activities.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor’s degree in Planning, Communications, Public Relations, or closely related field and three (3) years of accounting work experience; or any combination of experience and training which enables one to perform the essential job functions. Must have a valid driver license.
(PROOF OF EDUCATION/DRIVER’S LICENSE REQUIRED)

POSITION: TRUCK DRIVER – (1 Opening)
Salary: $11.08/Hr-Entry; $12.47/Hr-60 Days; 15.25/Hr-5 Months; General Services/Park Operations J.O. #12-124-R1

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: Works under the direct supervision of assigned supervisor in Park Operations to assist in maintaining the grounds of City Parks: Drives various types of trucks, ½ ton and up, including stake-type dump trucks; loads and unloads materials, tools, and equipment onto trucks; operates tractor, using specific attachments, to till, cultivate, and grade turf areas, to apply prescribed amounts of lime, fertilizer, insecticide, and fungicide, and to mow grounds at designated cut; cuts grass, using hand mower and power mower; uses shovels, rakes, spades, and other tools; performs routine maintenance, such as lubricating, fueling and cleaning equipment; and performs a variety of custodial duties to maintain the grounds of the park.

OTHER FUNCTIONS:
1. Performs additional functions (essential or otherwise) which may be assigned.

TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Requires ability to operate assigned equipment and to engage and disengage attachments. Requires ability to climb onto equipment. Must be able to handle various hand tools. Requires bending, stooping, kneeling, reaching, standing, walking, pushing, pulling, and lifting (approx. 50 lbs.)

TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS: Majority of work is performed outdoors exposed to odors, dust, chemicals, and inclement weather.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Ability to understand written and verbal instructions; and experience driving variety of trucks, agricultural tractors, and front-mounted mowers; or any combination of experience and training which enables one to perform the essential job functions. Must pass tests designated by Human Resources on related equipment, such as 2-ton dump truck with trailer, agricultural tractor, and zero-turn mower, etc. Must possess a valid Class “B” Tennessee Commercial Driver’s license; and must comply with Federal Department of Transportation (DOT) Alcohol and Drug testing rules. Must be available to work weekends. (CLASS “B” DRIVER’S LICENSE REQUIRED)

POSITION: PAINTER-APPRENTICE – (1 Opening)
Annual Salary: $25,738.70 – $48,617.66; Bi-weekly: $989.95 – $1,869.91 Engineering/Signs & Markings J.O. #13-019

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: Works under the direct supervision of a layout painter. Learns the painter’s trade through on-the-job training and class room instructions. Receives work direction from and assists journeyman painter in the fabrication and installation of signs, installation and removal of various pavement markings, and operation and maintenance of striping equipment; cleans equipment using appropriate cleaning solvents; and completes work activity reports including hours worked and type of work performed.

OTHER FUNCTIONS:
1. Performs additional functions (essential or otherwise) which may be assigned.

TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Requires the ability to operate silk screening and baking machines, paint striping truck, and post driver. Must be able to lift and carry approximately 70 lbs. Must assist in lifting 100 lbs. sack of materials and place on equipment. Requires ability to communicate with co-workers and supervisor.

TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS: Majority of work is performed outdoors with some work being performed in a shop-like environment. May be exposed to some paint fumes, dust, chemicals, traffic and hot and cold temperatures.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: High School graduate or equivalent; or any combination of experience and training which enables one to perform the essential job functions. Must have a valid Class “B” Tennessee Commercial Driver’s license. Must comply with Federal Department of Transportation (DOT) Alcohol and Drug testing rules. Participation in an apprenticeship training program may be required. (CLASS “B” DRIVER’S LICENSE REQUIRED)

DURATIONAL REGISTER VACANCY

The following position(s) will be filled from the durational register(s). Applicants who are currently on the durational register(s) will be eligible to apply for the position(s) listed below according to their qualifications for the position(s). Applications for the durational register position(s) are accepted online only. Applicants who apply and are not currently on the register will not be considered.

GENERAL CLERK/A POLICE Annual Salary: $24,957.40 – $38,459.20
J.O. #13-016 COMPSTAT-C Bi-weekly: $959.90 – $1,479.20

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City of Memphis Job Postings

For a complete listing of job openings please visit web site at  www.memphistn.gov.

THE CITY CHARTER REQUIRES THAT CITY EMPLOYEES MUST ESTABLISH RESIDENCE WITHIN SHELBY COUNTY

WITHIN SIX (6) MONTHS FROM DATE OF EMPLOYMENT.   PROOF OF RESIDENCE WILL BE_REQUIRED AT THE TIME OF HIRE.

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POSITIONAC/REFRIGERATION SERVICE TECH– (1 Opening) Annual Salary: $57,197.14; Bi-weekly:

$2,199.89;   General Services/Property Maintenance   J.O. #13-001

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:  Works under the general supervision of an assigned supervisor in General Services. Performs routine maintenance, repair, troubleshooting, and installation of commercial heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems. Removes and installs various compressors, motors, condensing units, and/or furnaces of assorted sizes in various locations such as basements, roofs, and ground level. Welds copper, threads, and pipes and installs refrigerant, water, and other piping as necessary. Performs maintenance such as changing belts and filters. Operates vehicles ranging in size from 3/4 ton service van to 2 ton bucket truck (4 speed shift).  Fabricates sheet metal duct work, plenums, etc.

OTHER FUNCTIONS:

1. Performs additional functions (essential or otherwise) which may be assigned.

TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS:  Requires the ability to carry and handle equipment such as tool pouch weighing approximately 25 lbs. Carries, sets up, and climbs ladders with loads weighing up to 75 lbs. Requires the ability to stoop, bend, reach, push, and pull.

TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS: Work is performed indoors and outdoors.  May be exposed to various weather conditions, confined spaces, fumes, dust, odors, and noise.  Requires the use and wear of protective gear as necessary.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:  High school graduate or equivalent and five (5) years’ experience in the maintenance and repair of commercial heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems; or any combination of experience and training which enables one to perform the essential job functions.  Must possess a 1st Class Proficiency Refrigeration License and a Master Gas License. Must possess a valid driver’s license. Must pass skills testing designated by Human Resources to demonstrate ability to operate various equipment required to perform the job duties.  (PROOF OF DRIVER’S LICENSE REQUIRED)

 

 

POSITIONBUSINESS DEVELOPMENT COORDINATOR(1 Opening) SALARY: $44,796.54 – $71,864.00

Bi-weekly: $1,722.94 – $2,764.00;   Special Services/OPD     J.O. #13-004

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: Works under the general direction of the Deputy Director in the development and implementation of marketing and sales programs for the business redevelopment of the Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Community Challenge Grant target area, which surrounds the Memphis International Airport. Interacts with representatives of the Greater Memphis Chamber, national and local real estate professionals, and business representatives to identify business needs, markets, and secure business investments for potential business development within the target area. Confers with real estate professionals and business executives to obtain input and information for utilization in site selection. Integrates concepts and strategies developed in the master plan process for commercial development and redevelopment. Develops marketing strategies, programs and resources for use in identifying and attracting business interest to the target area. Markets the target area to businesses and commercial real estate professionals locally and nationally. Coordinates matters between economic development entities and interested businesses regarding available incentives programs. Maintains updates on building/land inventory with internet carriers and other external publications. Develops and maintains an information database for use in marketing efforts of leasing/selling facilities that include area information, such as industrial land absorption, labor supply, and prevailing wages and site information, such as management, development standards, and lease rates/purchase options Maintains communication throughout the community by coordinating and participating in community partnerships, meetings, and various organizational memberships. Meets with the master plan team as needed to update and inform of progress to date.

 

OTHER FUNCTIONS:

1.  Performs additional functions (essential or otherwise) which may be assigned.

TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Must be able to communicate clearly both verbally and in writing. Requires the ability to operate general office equipment, such as a computer, copier, and telephone.

TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS: Majority of work is performed in an office environment. Will also travel to local meetings.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, Finance, or Public Administration and five (5) years professional experience in Real Estate, Finance or Business; or any combination of experience or training which enables one to perform the essential job functions. Two (2) years of experience may be substituted by a graduate degree. Master’s degree in Business Administration, Finance, or Public Administration preferred.

(PROOF OF EDUCATION REQUIRED)

 

 

POSITIONASPHALT LUTEMAN SCREWMAN(1 Opening) SALARY: $11.08/Hr-Entry; 

 $12.66/Hr-60 Days; $15.83/Hr-5 Months;   Public Works/Street Maintenance   J.O. #13-002

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:  Works under the general supervision of a foreman of a paving crew in Street Maintenance. Tends bituminous distributor on rear of paving equipment. Turns screws on paver to regulate flow of material to attain required height of screed. Uses lute and rake to smooth joints, seams, and edges of paving mat. Monitors distribution of asphalt mix over road surface to ensure uniform distribution. Operates and handles tools such as shovel and air hammer to cut or break up pavement. Cleans tools and equipment with appropriate cleaning solvents.

OTHER FUNCTIONS:

1. Performs additional functions (essential or otherwise) which may be assigned.

TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS:  Requires the ability to operate assigned equipment including, but not limited to air hammer, asphalt sprayer and lute. Requires ability to reach, bend, stand, and use hand tools and lift approximately 50 lbs. Must be physically able to cope with heat from both hot mix asphalt and outdoor temperatures.

TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS: Majority of the work is performed outdoors. May be exposed to hot bitumen, dust, fumes and changing weather conditions, including peak summer temperatures. May be exposed to noise and traffic.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:  Must have the ability to understand and carry out written and verbal instructions. Must have six (6) months experience in asphalt street paving, asphalt maintenance and asphalt repair including parking lots; or any combination of experience and training which enables one to perform the essential job functions. Must possess a valid driver’s license. (PROOF OF DRIVER’S LICENSE REQUIRED)

 

 

POSITIONMASTER MECHANIC – (3 Openings) Annual Salary: $45,351.54; $51,026.30-8 Months;

  $56,696.64-16 Months;      Fire Services/Apparatus Maintenance    J.O. #13-005

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:  Works under the supervision of the Apparatus Maintenance supervisor. Repairs and maintains all types of fire apparatus equipment such as trucks, pumps, etc. Inspects mechanical defective equipment and diagnoses malfunctions. Disassembles and overhauls engines, transmissions, rear differentials, hydraulic devices, pumps, compressors, and other equipment. Performs preventive maintenance on equipment, fire trucks, and air rescue apparatus, i.e. brakes, air conditioners, electrical systems, engine repair, pumps, aerial ladder devices, suspensions, fuel systems, apparatus computer systems, etc. Test drives vehicles to determine satisfactory repair. Maintains and updates information and data using various computer software programs.

OTHER FUNCTIONS:

1. Performs additional functions/duties (essential or otherwise) as assigned. 

TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDSMust have ability to read blueprints and manufacturers’ manuals and operate equipment to detect malfunctions. Requires lifting, pulling, stooping, crouching, reaching, and carrying objects up to 50 lbs. Requires the ability to use hand and power tools, pager, and portable radio issued by the division. Ability to operate a motor vehicle required. Ability to communicate verbally and in writing with all levels of staff and management. Ability to operate a computer to update and maintain spreadsheets and other information.

TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONSMajority of work is performed in a shop environment. Some work is performed outdoors. Possible exposure to fumes, odors, dust, noise, and/or hot or cold temperatures. Requires working on a rotational schedule, including nights, weekends, and holidays.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONSHigh school diploma or equivalent and four (4) years of experience in heavy truck mechanical maintenance; or equivalent combination of education and experience which enables one to perform the essential job functions. Must be able to furnish the general tools required to perform job duties. Must possess a valid driver’s license. Emergency Vehicle Technician (EVT) or Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) certification as a diesel service technician preferred. Experience in welding, fabrication of parts, and repairing and maintaining diesel engines and small gasoline engines preferred. Experience using maintenance application software preferred. ( PROOF OF DRIVER’S LICENSE REQUIRED)

 

 

POSITIONAUTO MECHANICS FOREMAN(1 Opening) Annual Salary: $50,172.93 – $81,016.00;

 Bi-weekly: $1,929.73 – $3,116.00;    General Services/Fleet Management    J.O. #13-003

JOB SUMMARY:  Works under the general supervision of the assigned Fleet Administrator within the General Services Division.  Responsible for the first-line supervision of workers engaged in the daily operation of one of the City’s vehicle repair facilities.  Supervises and coordinates all vehicle maintenance and preventive maintenance services; prepares work orders and obtains necessary materials; inspects completed repairs to ensure their conformity with accepted or established standards; maintains material inventory and records transactions; inputs data in computer, such as, parts inventory and employee records.  Visits various vehicle maintenance facilities to conduct maintenance inspections to city vehicles.

OTHER FUNCTIONS:

1.  Performs additional functions (essential or otherwise) which may be assigned.

TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS:  Requires the use of equipment, such as computer terminal, telephone and calculator.  Requires the ability to inspect work which may involve bending, squatting, crawling under vehicles and traversing an automotive shop.  Performs  manual labor which will involve pushing, carrying and lifting approximately 50 pounds.  Requires ability to operate an automobile to make on-site visits to maintenance facilities.

TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS:  Work is performed in an office/vehicle maintenance shop environment and involves contact with staff and city personnel.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:  High school graduate or equivalent and eight (8) years experience in the maintenance and repair of hydraulics, diesel and gasoline engines; electronic ignitions; and standard and automatic transmissions with three (3) of the eight (8) years in in an managerial capacity or any combination of training and experience which enables one to perform the essential job functions.  Must possess a valid class “B” commercial driver license.  Must comply with Federal Department of Transportation (DOT) Alcohol and Drug Testing rules.   Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) Certification in Car and Light Trucks or Medium and Heavy Trucks preferred.   (CLASS “B” DRIVER’S LICENSE REQUIRED)

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Additional City of Memphis Openings thru December 21, 2012

For a complete listing of job openings please visit web site at www.memphistn.gov.

THE CITY CHARTER REQUIRES THAT CITY EMPLOYEES MUST ESTABLISH RESIDENCE WITHIN SHELBY COUNTY WITHIN SIX (6) MONTHS FROM DATE OF EMPLOYMENT.   PROOF OF RESIDENCE WILL BE_REQUIRED AT THE TIME OF HIRE.______________________________________________________________________________________________________________

POSITIONMASTER MECHANIC(2 Openings) Annual Salary: $45,351.54 – $56,696.64; Bi-weekly:

 $1,744.29 – $2,180.64;    Public Works/Heavy Equipment    J.O. #12-163

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: Analyzes, maintains, repairs, and rebuilds a variety of automotive, diesel and turf equipment (light and heavy), and heavy duty/light duty trucks; operates, examines, and repairs equipment including compressors, generators, and small engines, such as chain saws, etc.; and related parts and units: examines vehicle and /or equipment to determine nature and extent of damage or malfunction; removes, disassembles, and inspects units, such as engines, transmissions, etc.; repairs, overhauls, and  replaces parts, such as carburetors, fuel injectors, alternators, distributors, pumps, pistons, rods, bearings, etc.; repairs and rewires electrical systems, such as ignition systems, lights, etc.; installs and adjust brakes, aligns front end, and replaces shock absorbers; and repairs/replaces hydraulic components as needed.  Provides technical and safety instruction to personnel assigned to assist in the performance of assigned tasks.

OTHER FUNCTIONS:

1. Performs additional functions (essential or otherwise) which may be assigned.

TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS:  Must be able to communicate clearly verbally both orally and in writing.  May be required to operate power hammers, power saws, shears, and emery grinds; performs welding, acetylene welding, forge and temper while repairing vehicles, turf equipment and machinery.  Requires lifting (approx. 50 lbs), stooping, bending, and reaching.  Involves contact with staff and city personnel.

TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS: Work is performed in a machine shop environment; exposed to noise, dust, grease, and fumes.  Some field work involved as needed.  May be exposed to various weather conditions.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Must have four (4) years as Master Mechanic/Apprentice or have equivalent experience/training through a nationally recognized organization or any combination of experience or training which enables one to perform the essential job functions.  Certifications in gas, diesel, and small engine repair preferred.  Transmission rebuilding experience preferred.  Must possess a valid Class “B” Tennessee Commercial Driver’s License or obtain within six (6) months of employment as a condition of continued employment.  Must comply with Federal Department of Transportation (DOT) Alcohol and Drug Testing Rules.

 

 

POSITIONMASTER MECHANIC – (2 Openings) Annual Salary: $45,351.54 – $56,696.64;

 Bi-weekly: $1,744.29 – $2,180.64;   General Services/Fleet Management   J.O. #12-164

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: Analyzes, maintains, repairs, and rebuilds a variety of automotive, diesel and turf equipment (light and heavy), and related parts and units: examines vehicle and /or equipment to determine nature and extent of damage or malfunction; removes, disassembles, and inspects units, such as engines, transmissions, etc.; repairs, overhauls, and  replaces parts, such as carburetors, fuel injectors, alternators, distributors, pumps, pistons, rods, bearings, etc.; repairs and rewires electrical systems, such as ignition systems, lights, etc.; adjusts brakes, aligns front end, and replaces shock absorbers; and repairs/replaces hydraulic components as needed.  Provides technical and safety instruction to personnel assigned to assist in the performance of assigned tasks.

OTHER FUNCTIONS:

1. Performs additional functions (essential or otherwise) which may be assigned.

TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS:  Must be able to communicate clearly verbally both orally and in writing.  May be required to operate power hammers, power saws, shears, and emery grinds; performs welding, acetylene welding, forge and temper while repairing vehicles, turf equipment and machinery.  Requires lifting (approx. 50 lbs), stooping, bending, and reaching.  Involves contact with staff and city personnel.

TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS: Work is performed in a machine shop environment; exposed to noise, dust, grease, and fumes.  Some field work involved as needed.  May be exposed to various weather conditions.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Must have four (4) years as Master Mechanic/Apprentice or have equivalent experience/training through a nationally recognized organization or any combination of experience or training which enables one to perform the essential job functions.  Certifications in gas, diesel, and small engine repair preferred.  Transmission rebuilding experience preferred.  Must possess a valid Class “B” Tennessee Commercial Driver’s License or obtain within six (6) months of employment as a condition of continued employment.  Must comply with Federal Department of Transportation (DOT) Alcohol and Drug Testing Rules.

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City of Memphis Job Postings thru December 21, 2012

For a complete listing of job openings please visit web site at  www.memphistn.gov.

THE CITY CHARTER REQUIRES THAT CITY EMPLOYEES MUST ESTABLISH RESIDENCE WITHIN SHELBY COUNTY WITHIN SIX (6) MONTHS FROM DATE OF EMPLOYMENT.   PROOF OF RESIDENCE WILL BE_REQUIRED AT THE TIME OF HIRE.

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POSITION:  SEMI-SKILLED CREWPERSON(1 Opening) Salary: $11.08/Hr-Entry; $12.57/Hr-60 Days

$15.54/Hr-5 Months     Public Works/Environmental Inspection   J.O. #12-161

 

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:  Works under the supervision of a Shift Supervisor.  Assists the Stoppage Operator in unclogging and maintaining the City’s sanitary sewer lines:  Assists in operating sewer cleaning equipment including power rodder, high velocity water jet, and sewer flusher to remove roots, debris, and other refuse from clogged sewer lines, removing obstruction may involve handling industrial size water hose and flexible cable with various attachments; administers chemical solutions according to Stoppage Operator’s instructions; assists with engaging and disengaging equipment attachments; climbs into manhole and cleans using rake, shovel and wheelbarrow; cuts and clears brush, weeds, and debris from work area; and cleans tools, attachments, and equipment using appropriate cleaning solvents.

OTHER FUNCTIONS:

1.  Performs additional functions (essential or otherwise) which may be assigned from time to time.

TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS:  Requires walking, sometimes across ditches, wooded areas and river swamp lands.  Requires lifting such as manhole covers (approx. 150 lbs.), climbing, pulling, and reaching.  Requires ability to use hand tools such as hatchet and ax.

TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS: Majority of work is performed outdoors exposed to changing weather conditions and temperatures.  May be exposed to traffic, insects, weeds, and poisonous plants.  May be exposed to emulsifiers, bacteria, insecticides, sewer solvents, etc.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:  Ability to understand written and verbal instructions and three (3) months experience in construction and maintenance; or any combination of experience and training which enables one to perform the essential job functions.

 

 

POSITIONGRANTS CONTRACT RESEARCH COORDINATOR (1 Opening) Annual Salary: $44,796.54 –

  $71,864.00; Bi-weekly: $1,722.94 – $2,764.00   Fire Services/Administration   J.O. #12-160

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: Works under the general direction of the Fire Administrator to research, coordinate, and oversee all grant funding and contract opportunities for the Division of Fire Services. Coordinates grant operations with the Fire Administrator and the City of Memphis’ (COM) Finance Division throughout Fire Services’ annual planning and budgeting process to evaluate program needs. Prepares, writes, and monitors grants and grant applications to enhance funding opportunities for Fire Services. Develops project ideas, prepares grant proposals, and maintains approved grants for the Division. Researches availability of new grant funding opportunities from local, state, federal, and private agencies for specific Fire Services and partner needs and determines the feasibility of developing programs to supplement local budget allocations. Monitors ongoing grant projects to ensure compliance of guidelines required by funding sources. Confers with the Office of Intergovernmental Relations, consultants, and other internal and external agencies to provide information to secure funding and investments in Fire Service programs; provides information to local, state, and federal auditors/investigators as needed. Tracks ongoing and proposed grant activities and prepares status reports to stakeholders. Suggests development opportunities for grant administration policies and procedures and audits collected data to ensure accuracy. Represents the Director of Fire Services and/or Fire Command Staff at City Council and other public meetings to report the progress of grant projects and respond to questions regarding funding opportunities and requirements. Develops policies and procedures to direct the processes and coordination of Fire Services’ grant-writing activities. Prepares and monitors the status of contracts and requests for proposals for Fire Services supplies and equipment. Composes legal and contractual agreements using information and specifications provided by the Finance Division’s Purchasing Service Center, encumbers appropriate funds into contracts as needed, and maintains contract status reports. Prepares a variety of correspondences and reports as required by Fire Services.

OTHER FUNCTIONS:

1. Performs additional functions (essential or otherwise) which may be assigned.

TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS:  Must be able to communicate clearly both verbally and in writing. Requires the ability to operate general office equipment such as a computer, telephone, calculator, and various computer software applications.

TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS:  Work is performed in an office environment. Occasional local or domestic travel  may be required to attend meetings, trainings and seminars.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor’s degree in Public or Business Administration, English, or Paralegal Studies, or any related field and five (5) years’ experience in writing and researching grants or legal documents; or any combination of experience and training which enables one to perform the essential job functions. Related master’s degree and experience using various computer software applications, including ORACLE, preferred. (PROOF OF EDUCATION REQUIRED)

 

 

POSITIONCODE ENFORCEMENT INSPECTOR(4 Openings) Annual Salary: $31,026.32 – $36,905.44;

Bi-weekly: $1,193.32 – $1,419.44;    Public Works/Code Enforcement   J.O. #12-159

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:  Works under the general supervision of an assigned supervisor in Code Enforcement Service Center, Public Work Division. Inspects the exterior and interior of vacant and occupied existing residential structures (single and multi-family) units, grounds, and abandoned and disabled automobiles for compliance with codes and regulations in the City. Inspects housing components such as structural, mechanical, plumbing, electrical and other installations to determine maintenance requirements, housing violations, or hazardous conditions.  Investigates complaints on code violations and re-inspects property for compliance.  Prepares various reports utilizing different software packages by operating the computer and/or hand held devices.  Issues violation orders/notices, environmental and civil citations using various computerized methods to responsible party including property owners, landlords or tenants for specific housing, building, sanitation, health or fire prevention violations based on relevant housing codes.   Maintains and keeps inspection and various reports including photographs, notes of conversations, videos, correspondence, field reviews, and other related information into a computerized system.  Performs research to determine property ownership.  Provides information to the public regarding Chapter 48 of the City of Memphis Housing Codes.

Prepares case records and materials for attorneys to use in court hearings.  Testifies at hearings or in court in behalf of City.  Interprets code requirements and recommends compliance procedures.

OTHER FUNCTIONS:

1. Performs additional functions (essential or otherwise) which may be assigned.

TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS:  Requires the ability to communicate clearly and effectively in writing and verbally with staff, management, and general public. Requires ability to make all types of installation inspections including electrical, mechanical, and plumbing.  Must be able to climb under house and in attic.   Requires the ability to operate a computer, and basic office equipment such as copier, hand held devices, smart phone, still, and video camera.  Requires ability to lift and carry up to 50 lbs. of materials, supplies or equipment.  Must be able to traverse on various surfaces when conducting inspections.  Requires ability to operate automobile and various equipment such as electrical tester, real estate wheel, and measuring tape.

TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS:  Majority of work is performed throughout the City within an assigned geographical zone.  Work involves contact with the public at times under stressful conditions.  May be scheduled to work various shifts. May be exposed to animals (dogs and cats), rodents, insects and deteriorating structures when conducting inspections.  May be exposed to various weather conditions, fumes, odors, dust, and noise.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:  High school graduate and two (2) years’ experience working with either building construction, codes inspection; or equivalent combination of education and experience which enables one to perform the essential job functions.  Certification by the International Association of Electrical Inspectors and Southern Building Code Congress International preferred.  Must have a valid Tennessee driver’s license.  College Degree or coursework credit strongly preferred.

 

 

POSITION:   SPECIAL EQUIPMENT OPERATOR II(3 Openings) SALARY: $11.08/Hr-Entry;

 $12.76/Hr-60 Days; $28.03/Hr-5 Months;    Public Works-SWM   J.O. #12-162 

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:  Performs duties under the supervision of an Area Improvement Supervisor in the Solid Waste Management Service Center of the Division of Public Works.  Operates a hydraulic loader vehicle, also referred to by various trade industry names as “picker” loader, “grapple” loader or grapple truck, “knuckleboom” loader, “rear mount” loader, and “claw” truck. Loads, moves, hauls and unloads municipal solid waste materials including, but not limited to, vegetation, brush, trash, and other forms of refuse and debris from streets, alley’s, right-of-ways, illegal dumps and other assigned locations. Performs routine loader vehicle maintenance such as fueling, lubrication, and cleaning.

OTHER FUNCTIONS:

1. Performs additional duties (essential or otherwise) which may be assigned as needed.

TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS:  Requires the ability to operate a hydraulic loader vehicle, which involves driving, stepping up and down from loading vehicle, walking, bending, reaching, lifting (up to 50 lbs), standing and or sitting for extended periods of time.

TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS:  Majority of work is performed outdoors exposed to varying weather conditions, temperatures, dust, odors, noise, vehicle traffic and pedestrians.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:  Must be able to demonstrate competency in the operation of a hydraulic loader vehicle also referred to by various industry trade names as “picker” loader, “grapple” loader or grapple truck, “knuckleboom” loader, “rear mount” loader, and “claw” truck.  Also must be able to read, write and understand verbal and written instructions; determine the general weight of materials to be collected; possess any combination of experience or training, which enables one to perform the essential job functions.   Must possess a Class “B” Commercial Drivers license and comply with Federal Department of Transportation (DOT) Alcohol and Drug testing rules.  (CLASS “B” DRIVER’S LICENSE REQUIRED)

 

 

 

 

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City of Memphis Job Postings – closing date November 9, 2012

For a complete listing of job openings please visit web site at www.memphistn.gov.

THE CITY CHARTER REQUIRES THAT CITY EMPLOYEES MUST ESTABLISH RESIDENCE WITHIN SHELBY COUNTY WITHIN SIX (6) MONTHS FROM DATE OF EMPLOYMENT.   PROOF OF RESIDENCE WILL BE REQUIRED AT THE TIME OF HIRE.

POSITION:     SUPPORT SERVICE MANAGER/ENV – (1 Opening)  Annual Salary:  $44,796.54 – $71,864.00      Bi-weekly:  $1,722.94 – $2,764.00      Public Works/Environmental Admin       J.O. #12-151 

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: Works under the direction of the Administrator of Environmental Construction. Compiles, forecasts, prepares, monitors, and analyzes the service center operating and Capital Improvement Program (CIP) budgets, industrial sewer billing, contract administration, and purchasing activities ensuring accuracy and timeliness of all transactions and accounting functions. Serves as liaison for all financial issues within the service center. Manages the process of coding, billing, and collecting industrial sewer fees. Manages the City’s consent decree program. Administers contracts from inception to completion and manages vendor relationships. Reviews capital expenditures and inter-fund billings and prepares resolutions and other paperwork necessary to appropriate funds. Provides budgetary oversight of expenditures and revenues and makes recommendations regarding the transfer of funds within accounts. Reviews and approves financial documents relating to accounts payable, accounting, and purchasing. Monitors vehicle and equipment purchases to ensure the funds are spent as budgeted. Compiles data and prepares documents for the sale of revenue bonds. Provides ongoing assistance to managers and administrators regarding purchasing procedures and accounting decisions. Uses the City’s financial systems for research and review of data and reports to process check requests, requisitions, inter-fund bills, etc. Provides research in preparation of contracts and amendments. Confers with vendors to obtain product information. Prepares and/or supervises the preparation of bid and purchasing documents to ensure the best price reflecting the quality, quantity, and specifications required. Analyzes quotations, and recommends selection of suppliers. Monitors contract compliance and recommends corrective action. Confers with management and supervisory personnel regarding the resolution of service issues. Mediates/resolves elevated vendor concerns. Maintains the service center personnel complement. Supervises, plans, coordinates, and reviews the work of the service center’s associate accountants. Creates/prepares correspondence, statistical reports, charts, graphs, presentation materials, etc. for management using various computer software applications. 

OTHER FUNCTIONS:

  1. Performs additional functions (essential or otherwise) which may be assigned. 

TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Must be able to communicate clearly verbally and in writing with staff members at all levels. Ability to operate general office equipment such as a personal computer and telephone required. 

TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS: Work is performed in an office environment. 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:  Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, Finance, Accounting or closely related field and five (5) years of professional administrative functions including budget preparation, purchasing, and administering contracts preferably in a public sector environment with three (3) of the five (5) years in a supervisory capacity; or any combination of experience and training which enables one to perform the essential job functions.\

 

POSITION:     MECHANIC HELPER – (1 Opening)  Annual Salary:  $36,240.10 – $42,385.98,  Bi-weekly: $1,393.85 – $1,630.23      Public Works/Heavy Equipment       J.O. #12-149 

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:  Works under the supervision of an assigned supervisor in the Public Works Division.  Responsible for preventive maintenance inspections, repairs and lubrications on City owned vehicles.  Changes oil filters; lubricates wear points; replaces minor components; checks fluid levels; inspects various components and systems for safety, premature wear and other deficiencies; maintains vehicle related reports; performs tire repairs; changes tires. 

OTHER FUNCTIONS:

1. Performs additional functions (essential or otherwise) which may be assigned. 

TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDSRequires the use of equipment, such as hand tools and power tools.  Requires lifting (approx. 50 lbs), stooping, bending, and reaching.  Involves contact with staff and City employees. 

TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS: Work is performed in an automotive shop environment; exposed to noise, dust, grease, and fumes.  May be exposed to various weather conditions. 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Ability to read, write and understand written instructions; knowledge of techniques involved in use of small tools and understanding of basic principles of mechanical trade; six (6) months automotive maintenance experience, or any combination of experience or training which enables one to perform the essential job functions.  Must possess a valid Class “B” Tennessee Commercial Driver’s License or obtain within six (6) months of employment as a condition of continued employment.  Must comply with Federal Department of Transportation (DOT) Alcohol and Drug Testing rules.

 

POSITION:     ENVIRONMENTAL PROJECT MANAGER – (1 Opening) Annual Salary:  $44,796.54 – $71,864.00      Bi-weekly: $1,722.94 – $2,764.00      Public Works/Stormwater       J.O. #12-148 

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: Works under the supervision of the assigned Service Center Manager and is responsible for overseeing the day to day operations within Storm Water and providing training to the staff. Manages and provides technical support in conducting environmental contamination assessments, specifically, conducting visual stream assessments (VSA) and developing and implementing remedial action programs (RAP).  Develops contract specifications to conduct VSAs and RAPs. Prepares and/or reviews technical reports, analytical data, engineering reports, work plans and remediation plans in accordance with Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation (TDEC) requirements and per the City’s National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System permit (Permit). Works with the Manager to ensure compliance with the Permit and applicable regulations. Responds to reports of illegal discharges into the storm water system and coordinates response actions as necessary. Manages staff which are responsible for conducting inspections of construction sites (CS) and best management practices (BMP) sites;  reviews erosion prevention and sediment control (EPSC) plans and post construction runoff control (PCRC) plans; developing and implementing educational programs; and collecting environmental samples. Travels frequently to work sites to conduct CS and BMP inspections and reviews EPSC and PCRC plans as necessary. Coordinates technical activities and directs resources (both internal and contractors) associated with implementing the Permit. 

OTHER FUNCTIONS: Performs additional functions (essential or otherwise) which may be assigned. 

TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Must be able to communicate clearly verbally and in writing with management, staff, contractors and the public.  Must be able to make site inspections and traverse uneven terrain.  Requires the ability to operate general office equipment such as a computer and telephone, and field equipment such as underground BMP photography equipment, pH and dissolved oxygen meters and other specialized equipment. Requires some lifting and/or carrying objects up to 15 pounds such as the BMP photography equipment and using a lifting hook to lift/drag storm sewer manhole covers and inlet covers.  Requires the ability operate an automobile. 

TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS: Work is performed in an office environment along with frequent field work at various work sites.  May be exposed to various weather conditions.  Some travel across the state will be required. 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:     Bachelor’s degree in biology, chemistry, civil engineering or geology and four (4) years of professional experience in storm water enforcement programs with at least two (2) of these years in a supervisory/lead capacity; or any combination of experience and training which enables one to perform the essential job functions.  Must possess an American Public Works Association (APWA) Stormwater Manager Certification, Professional Engineer license or Professional Geologist license.  Must possess, or as a condition of employment obtain within six (6) months of hire date, a Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation (TDEC) Level I Fundamentals of Erosion Prevention and Sediment Control for Construction Sites and TDEC Level II Erosion Prevention and Sediment Control certification.  Must possess a valid driver’s license.

 

POSITION:     SCHEDULER PLANNER – (1 Opening)  Annual Salary:  $32,754.25 – $51,521.60,  Bi-weekly: $1,259.78 – $1,981.90      Public Works/Stormwater       J.O. #12-150

 ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:  Works under the general supervision of an assigned Supervisor in Storm Water to schedule work to complete projects and utilize resources in an efficient timely manner. Schedules and maintains assignments and re-assignments of  employees pertaining to various service center related projects and programs including the Storm Water Pollution Program, Storm Water Fee Collection Program, water pollution prevention;  as well as compliance with the Federal Environmental Protection Agency (E.P.A.) and State of Tennessee regulations and requirements. Establishes schedules based on priorities of sites to minimize travel time using maps or other documents. Plans and schedules meetings pertaining to contractors, developers, industries, agencies, City service centers, and public property owners. Interacts with the 311 Support Center to resolve citizens’ complaints, as necessary. Receives and reviews incident reports, inquiries, and complaints, both internally and externally regarding storm water violations. Utilizes specialized knowledge to resolves issues and/or directs to the appropriate City or external agency contact for resolution. Enters and retrieves data, creates spreadsheets and databases, and develops reports for documentation, scheduling, and regulatory reporting purposes as related to administrative personnel in the City, County, State, and E.P.A. agencies. Provides information and logistical support to the staff.  Maintains, sorts, organizes, and archives Storm Water files as required. Travels occasionally to job sites.    

OTHER FUNCTIONS:

1.      Performs additional functions (essential or otherwise) which may be assigned.

 TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS:  Must be able to communicate clearly verbally and in writing.   Requires the ability to operate general office equipment such as a computer and telephone May involve constant contact with crews and staff. Requires the ability to communicate with internal and external personnel/officials. 

TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS:  Major of the work is performed in an office environment. May occasionally be exposed to various weather conditions.                               

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:  High school graduate or equivalent and six (6) years experience in planning and scheduling projects. Two (2) of the four (4) years experience working with Microsoft applications and/or record keeping; or any combination of experience and training which enables one to perform the essential job functions. Experience working with the public, regulatory, or environmental agencies is preferred.  A working knowledge of erosion prevention and sediment control measures for construction sites, post construction storm water management measures, and environmental sample collection is strongly preferred. Also preferred is a working knowledge of scheduling public meetings, educational functions, public relations programs, visual stream assessments and storm water inlet marking.

 

***GRANT FUNDED WITH BENEFITS*** 

POSITION:    CHDO ANALYST – (1 Opening)   Annual Salary:  $36,186.41 – $57,283.20,   Bi-weekly:  $1,391.79 – $2,203.20     Housing & Community Development/Non-Profit Housing  J.O. #12-147 

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: Works under the general direction of the Administrator, Non-Profit Housing. Promotes, guides, and monitors Community Housing Development Organization (CHDO) activities to improve the housing availability and affordability for low and moderate-income citizens of the City of Memphis. Assists deliver services to CHDO recipients and organizations seeking CHDO approvals. Prepares contracts, amendments, and bid and contract agenda sheets, and negotiates contracts with housing developers. Monitors and administers agencies’ activities and CHDO projects in compliance with local, state, and federal codes, regulatory requirements, and policies. Reviews project activity reports and financial statements. Visits housing construction work sites to monitor project progress and status. Assists in developing training materials, policies, procedures, and guidelines pertaining to the management of CHDO’s HOME program. Develops and maintains records and tracking systems for financial compliance of federal funds and record custody. Analyzes and recommends marketing strategies to enhance the City of Memphis’ development of housing in low-income communities. Develops quarterly newsletter and program brochures and conducts training workshops, seminars and exhibitions. Maintains organizational files and generates performance analysis and financial reports using Housing and Urban Development’s (HUD) IDIS system to monitor accounts status and monthly expenditures in order to comply with HUD financial requirements. Prepares check requests for progress payments. Prepares and submits status reports to inform the Administrator on the progress of various projects. Provides work direction to assigned staff working on CHDO projects. Serves as liaison with the Compliance and Reporting Service Center and the Non-Profit Housing Center on environmental reviews and historical review development issues. 

OTHER FUNCTIONS:

  1. Submits information, reports, and documentation for audit and monitoring upon request.

2.   Serves on internal panel to review requests for CHDO housing development proposals.

3.   Performs additional functions (essential or otherwise) which may be assigned.

TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Primarily deskwork except when making house visits or inspecting construction worksites where traversing uneven surfaces may be required. Requires the ability to read, interpret, and apply federal, state, and local regulations. Must be able to communicate both verbally and in writing with federal, state, and local agencies, professionals at various levels on housing issues, the public, and staff members at all levels. Ability to operate basic office equipment such as a computer, telephone, calculator, and various computer software applications required. Requires the ability to operate an automobile. 

TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS: Work is performed primarily in an office environment except during onsite inspections at housing or construction worksites or attending meetings, public hearings, and/or speaking engagements. Work may be performed in the evenings and/or on weekends and may require occasional local or domestic travel to attend conferences and/or training workshops. 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor’s degree in Public, Business Administration, or closely related field and three (3) years’ experience in program administration or housing development; or any combination of experience or training which enables one to perform the essential job functions. Must have a valid driver’s license. Working knowledge of various computer software applications, Oracle, and HUD regulations preferred. 

NOTE: Before applying, please update your profile through your “My Account” screen (employment history, education, etc.) to ensure the most current and accurate information will be considered. Please note that incomplete applications may not be considered.

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City of Memphis Job Postings thru November 02, 2012

For a complete listing of job openings please visit web site at www.memphistn.gov.

THE CITY CHARTER REQUIRES THAT CITY EMPLOYEES MUST ESTABLISH RESIDENCE WITHIN SHELBY COUNTY

WITHIN SIX (6) MONTHS FROM DATE OF EMPLOYMENT.   PROOF OF RESIDENCE WILL BE_REQUIRED AT THE TIME OF HIRE.

 

POSITION:  ANIMAL CARE TECHNICIAN – (2 Openings) Annual Salary: $35,055.54; Bi-weekly: $1,348.29

Parks & Neighborhoods/Animal Services;     J.O. #12-137

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: Works under the general direction of an assigned supervisor at the Memphis Animal Shelter to provide basic clerical support and routine care for sheltered animals, maintenance of the shelter, and service to customers. Cleans kennels, cages, and pens where animals are housed. Cleans, bathes, and dips animals as directed. Performs humane euthanasia. Records paperwork on diagnostic procedures performed, such as surgical procedures, health screening programs, etc. Inputs data of adopted animals, adopted returned animals, and animal impoundment into the computer system. Feeds, waters, and medicates animals. Assists in the training of new personnel by answering questions, demonstrating animal care techniques. and sharing knowledge of departmental policies. Assists the public in locating and redeeming lost pets and providing information on pet adoption and redemption procedures. Cleans and maintains office, grounds, restrooms, and other shelter facilities using pressurized steam cleaning equipment and chemicals.

OTHER FUNCTIONS:

1. Performs additional functions (essential or otherwise) which may be assigned.

TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Must be able to communicate clearly both verbally and in writing. Requires the ability to operate general office equipment, such as a computer and telephone. Also requires the ability to use equipment, such as hoses and ladders, to clean, lift, and handle incoming animals, such as dogs, cats, raccoons, etc.  Must be able to lift fifty (50) pounds. Constant lifting, standing, and traversing shelter grounds required.

TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS: Work is performed in an animal shelter environment. Frequent exposure to noise, fumes, and unpleasant surrounding.  Involves contact with staff, visitors, and the general public.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: High School education or equivalent and one (1) year of work experience in animal care preferred; or any combination of experience or training which enables one to perform the essential job functions. Basic computer and typing skills preferred. Must obtain and maintain a certification as a Certified Animal Euthanasia Technician within one year of employment, as a condition of continued employment.     

 

POSITION:  SUPERVISOR-BUSINESS AFFAIRS (1 Opening)Annual Salary: $36,186.41 – $57,283.20

Bi-weekly: $1,391.79 – $2,203.20;   General Services/Park Operations   J.O. #12-140

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: Works under the general direction of the Administrator of Park Maintenance to perform accounting, budgeting, payroll, purchasing, and other financial functions of the Park Operations Service Center. Processes and keeps accurate record-keeping for billings, vehicle inventories, purchase orders, contracts, and accounts payable. Assists Administrator with preparing revenue and expenditure projections, annual operating and capital budgets, and all phases of financial analysis. Monitors and advises on budget/finances of Park Operations. Supervises subordinate personnel and administrative functions within Park Maintenance. Organizes and expedites flow of work through Zone Supervisor’s offices and initiates follow-up action required.

OTHER FUNCTIONS:

1. Performs additional functions (essential or otherwise) which may be assigned.

TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Must be able to communicate clearly both verbally and in writing. Requires the ability to lift and carry objects, such as files and reports weighing up to 10 lbs. Must be able to operate general office equipment, such as telephone, personal computer, and copy machine.

TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS:  Work is performed in an office environment. Requires occasional travel throughout the city to meet with City Finance or other division management.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Associate’s degree in Accounting, Business Administration, or a closely related field and five (5) years experience in accounting or budgeting with one (1) of the five (5) years in a supervisory capacity; or any combination of experience and training which enables one to perform the essential job functions. Experience with the Oracle Budgeting System preferred.  (PROOF OF EDUCATION REQUIRED)

 

POSITIONCOMMUNICATION & SAFETY EQUIPMENT INSTALLER(1 Opening) Annual Salary:

$22,878.70 – $40,038.44; Bi-weekly: $879.95 – $1,539.94;   Police/Communication Maintenance – J.O. #12-138  

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:  Works under the supervision of the Radio Maintenance Manager.  Installs and removes Communication equipment for the City of Memphis Police, Fire, and local government.  Installs radios, LED and strobe bar lights, and sirens on Police, Fire, and other types of City owned vehicles.  Performs maintenance on such items as microphones, speakers, and other ancillary items used in two-way radios.  Performs some light metal bending and drilling of light iron to forms brackets.  Operates computer terminal.  Assists Police Radio Technicians in more complex work as designated by management.

OTHER FUNCTIONS:

1. Performs additional functions (essential or otherwise) which may be assigned.

TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS:  Must be able to communicate clearly both verbally and in writing.  Requires the ability to operate a computer, hand tools, electric drills, drill presses, power hack saw, etc.  Must be able to climb a safety ladder in servicing mobile antennae on cars and trucks.  Requires the ability to lift and carry objects such as radio components weighing up to 50 lbs. and maneuver including stooping, bending, crawling, and reaching above head.

TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS: Work is performed in a radio shop environment including exposure to dust, fumes, odors, noise, and heat.  Must travel to work at fire houses, radio sites, equipment shelters, roofs of buildings, and equipment penthouses.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:  High School graduate or equivalent; or any combination of experience and training which enables one to perform the essential job functions.  Must have a valid driver’s license.  Some course work in the field of two-way radio communications strongly preferred.

 

POSITIONSIGNAL TECH(1 Opening) Annual Salary: $57,197.14; Bi-weekly: $2,199.89 –

Engineering/Signal Maintenance    J.O. #12-139

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:  Works under the general supervision of an assigned supervisor in the Engineering Division to install, repair, maintain, and operate electronic and electrical traffic signal control equipment and devices:  Troubleshoots, diagnoses and corrects signal system problems; sets control switches on computer and peripheral equipment to integrate and operate equipment; tests circuits and electric components to locate grounded wires, broken connections, or defective current control mechanisms, using electrical testing instruments; replaces defective parts using electrical tools; works from bucket and aerial platform trucks; operates essential equipment, machinery, and vehicles to construct signalized intersections; and prepares reports of daily work activities.

OTHER FUNCTIONS:

1. Performs additional functions (essential or otherwise) which may be assigned from time to time.

TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS:  Must be able to lift and carry objects in excess of 70 lbs.  Requires climbing, including 12 ft. ladders, onto the back of trucks, and atop stacked poles.  Requires balancing, bending, kneeling, reaching, pushing, and pulling.  Requires the ability to use basic hand tools and to grasp wires.  Must be able to program controls and change components.  Requires feeling of electrical circuits and wires for overheating.  Involves standing for extended periods of time and walking sometimes over uneven surfaces.  Must be able to communicate problems and conditions to co-workers, including during high volumes of traffic noise.  Must operate a two-way radio to communicate with co-workers and supervisor.

TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS:  Majority of work is performed outdoors.  Some shop work is required.  Must work in inclement weather.  Must work from bucket and aerial platform trucks.  Exposed to noise and traffic.  May be exposed to engine fumes and electrical shock.  Requires the use and wear of protective gear.  May be subject to shift work, standby and call out duty.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:  Associate’s degree in Electronic Engineering or equivalent work related experience; or any combination of experience and training which enables one to perform the essential job functions.    Must either possess a valid Class “B” Tennessee Commercial Driver’s license, or obtain such license before the end of six (6) months employment as a condition of continued employment and must comply with Federal Department of Transportation (DOT) Alcohol and Drug testing rules.  International Municipal Signal Association (IMSA) certification as a Traffic Signal Technician and/or Traffic Signal Inspection is strongly preferred.  (PROOF OF EDUCATION REQUIRED)

POSITIONWEIGHTS & MEASURES INSPECTOR(1 Opening) Annual Salary: $27,199.33 – $42,203.20;

Bi-weekly: $1,046.13 – $1,623.20;    General Services-MVIB/WM     J.O. #12-141

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:  Works under the supervision of the Weights & Measures Supervisor to inspect and test various types of scales, pumps, meters, etc. used to weigh or measure articles of commerce that are required by law to be inspected: working at businesses on an assigned route, tests fuel pumps at service stations to ensure pumps are measuring gasoline within allowable limits using five gallon gas containers and inspects fuel being sold for high levels of water and other impurities.  Inspects scales and weighing procedures at food stores, cafeterias, and meat markets to ensure proper calibration and weighing technique using weights and scales, including verifying the accurate weight of pre-packed foods.  Inspects price scanning equipment to ensure accurate coding of items and operation of equipment in conformance with required specifications.  Tests accuracy of taxi mileage meters.  Investigates specific consumer complaints, informs business contact of the inspection results including necessary corrective action, and follows up on action taken, including contacting state or local law enforcement officials, confiscating equipment, or closing the business if necessary. Informs business operators of proper weighing and equipment operation and maintenance procedures to prevent future violations. Uses portable or laptop computer to record test data and prepare invoices and reports and transfers to the main computer via disk.  Drives an automobile or van to various retail or wholesale business establishments throughout the city.

OTHER FUNCTIONS:

1. May testify in court regarding inspection findings in the course of performing job duties.

2. Performs additional functions (essential or otherwise) which may be assigned.

TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS:  Requires ability to lift and carry objects weighing up to 45 lbs. such as weights or gas containers.   Requires visual and physical inspections of various types of scales, pumps, meters, etc. including bending, reaching, and stooping.  Requires ability to use portable or laptop computer and other various office equipment.  Requires the ability to operate an automobile or van.  Requires ability to communicate clearly with the public both verbally and in writing.

TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS:  Majority of work is performed on-site at affected stores and stations, both outside and inside.  May be exposed to various weather conditions, fumes, odors, changing temperatures and traffic.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:  High school graduate and four (4) years of experience requiring extensive public contact and interaction including specific experience utilizing a personal computer; or any combination of experience and training which enables one to perform the essential job functions.  Must possess a valid drivers’ license.  Experience using weights and measuring devices or in public inspection and familiarity with a laptop computer strongly preferred.  Experience with metrics and basic mathematics, including basic computations of ratio and proportion preferred.

(PROOF OF DRIVER’S LICENSE REQUIRED)

 

 

November 06 closing date for the following:

POSITION:   POLICE RADIO DISPATCHERAnnual Salary: $38,753.00 $49,818.34; Bi-weekly:

 $1,490.50 – $1,916.09;    Police/Communication    J.O. #PRD1012

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONSWorks under the general direction of an assigned supervisor in the

E-911 PSAP/Communications Service Center, Police Services.  Operates a computer-aided telephone, dispatch  and digital trunked simulcast radio system in order to provide emergency and routine dispatcher services to officers and the public.

1.  Collects and records information received by documenting the nature of the call, location and circumstances of the call, description of the responsible parties and/or suspects, and the name and  number of the caller.

2.  Determines the order of response to emergency and non-emergency calls based on available resources.

3.  Researches geographical information to assist Police Officers in responding to emergency and non           emergency calls.

4.  Maintains status of field units through the use of the CAD system via trunked radio system.

5.  Broadcasts information in order to dispatch units and to provide descriptions of suspects; monitors travel            and scene times in order to evaluate unit status and determine officers’ safety.

6.  Updates various lists and files in order to secure required wrecker and ambulance services and to have     accurate and timely information available for callers requesting service.

7.  Attains and maintains State of Tennessee certification through approved training for public safety            dispatcher on the National Crime Information Center (NCIC)/Tennessee Information Enforcement        Systems (TIES)/National Law Enforcement Telecommunications Systems (NLETS).

8.  Provides Police Officers with information on stolen vehicles, wanted persons, criminal history, etc. by     accessing the TIES, NCIC and NLETS databases and enters information into and responds to inquiries      from other law enforcement agencies through these systems.

OTHER FUNCTIONS:

1.  Performs additional functions (essential or otherwise) which may be assigned from time to time.

TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS:  Requires the use of equipment such as video/monitor receivers, computer-aided telephones, radio and dispatch systems to review information and check the status of particular events; operates TTD telephone for the hearing and speech impaired.  Requires the ability to communicate effectively to obtain and record information from the caller.  Ability to simultaneously perform multiple tasks.  Ability to recognize potential life and safety hazards or other critical aspects and to dispatch accordingly for effective coverage of the incident.  Ability to maintain composure and to deal effectively with people in emergency situations.  Involves contact with staff and police personnel and various other emergency responders

TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS:  The E-9-1-1 PSAP/Communications service center is highly secured enclosed area.  Incumbents must remain at the assigned work station except for designated break and lunch periods and are not allowed to leave their radio dispatch position without a relief dispatcher.  Since incumbents perform duties in close proximity with each other, background noise from calls received by other incumbents may be distracting.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

1.  Must be at least eighteen (18) years of age.

2.  Must be a citizen of the United States.

3.  Must not have been convicted of or pleaded guilty to or entered a plea of nolo contendere to any felony                   charge or to any violation of any federal or state laws or city ordinances relating to force, violence, theft,             dishonesty, gambling, liquor or controlled substances.

4.   For those who have served in the Armed Forces of the United States, type of release/discharge must be

“honorable”.

5.   High school graduate or equivalent; must type at least 25 words per minute typing score on tests

designated by Personnel; must successfully pass a battery of psychological tests, a Structured  Interview

Board, reading test, and dispatch test; must have effective written and interpersonal skills; geographical

knowledge of the  City of Memphis is preferred; or any combination of experience or training which

enables one to perform the essential job functions.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:  Must be willing to work various shifts, holidays and rotate days off.  Must obtain State of Tennessee certification on the NCIC/TIES/NLETS systems as a  public safety dispatcher within one (1) year of employment and must maintain such certification as a condition of continued employment.

Bilingual abilities strongly preferred.

NOTE:  Before applying, please update your profile through your “My Account” screen (employment history, education, etc.) to ensure the most current and accurate information will be considered. Please note that incomplete applications may not be considered.

 

 

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City of Memphis Job Openings October 17- 26, 2012

For a complete listing of job openings please visit web site at www.memphistn.gov.

THE CITY CHARTER REQUIRES THAT CITY EMPLOYEES MUST ESTABLISH RESIDENCE WITHIN SHELBY COUNTY WITHIN SIX (6) MONTHS FROM DATE OF EMPLOYMENT.   PROOF OF RESIDENCE WILL BE_REQUIRED AT THE TIME OF HIRE.

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POSITIONANIMAL CONTROL OFFICER(1 Opening)Annual Salary: $37,337.04; Bi-weekly: $1,436.04

Parks & Neighborhoods/Memphis Animal Services   J.O. #12-131 

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: Works under the general supervision of an assigned supervisor at Memphis Animal Services to apprehend, rescue and retain unlicensed, stray, and uncontrolled animals for the protection of citizens. Investigates complaints concerning ordinance violations; answers calls concerning reports of animal bites. Assists in the training of new personnel. Performs euthanasia as required, both within the shelter and in the field. Provides information and assistance to the public. Operates a City vehicle to respond to calls concerning the need to apprehend unlicensed, stray, and uncontrolled animals. Makes court appearances related to citations and warrants issued and to apprehend animals. Acts as liaison with the Memphis Police Department, Shelby County Sheriff Department, Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and Internal Revenue Services (IRS). Maintains and completes a variety of daily activity reports. Assists other personnel in the performance of these duties. 

OTHER FUNCTIONS:

1. Performs additional functions (essential or otherwise) which may be assigned. 

TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Must be able to communicate clearly both verbally and in writing. Requires the use of equipment such as traps, chemical capture gun, nets, catchpoles, etc. Requires the ability to handle animals coming into the shelter such as dogs, cats, snakes, livestock and wildlife.  Requires running and lifting of animals (up to approximately 50 lbs.). Requires operating a City vehicle to make on-site visits to apprehend, rescue, and retain animals.  

TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS: Majority of work is performed outdoors. May be exposed to potentially dangerous animals and various types of weather conditions. Involves contact with staff and the general public. Occasionally travels to meet court appearances. 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: High School graduate or GED and two (2) years of general work experience, preferably in the animal control or animal care field, including some direct experience working with the public; or any combination of experience or training which enables one to perform the essential job functions.  Good communication skills and experience working independently preferred. Must possess a valid driver license. Must obtain and maintain a certification as a Certified Animal Euthanasia Technician within one year of employment, as a condition of continued employment.        

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: Must be available to work on assigned shift including working on second (2nd) shift as needed as a condition of continued employment in this position.

 

POSITIONSR FINANCIAL ANALYST-POLICE(1 Opening)Annual Salary: $40,174.06 –  $64,022.40;

Bi-weekly: $1,545.16 – $2,462.40;        Police/Finance     J.O. #12-135 

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:           Works under the direction of the Police Finance Manager of Police Services. Coordinates Capital and Operational budgeting process for the Police Services Division. Prepares and analyzes monthly financial statements for presentation to Department heads and Command Staff. Trains Department heads in budgeting procedures and compiling data. Assists in preparing, revising, and administering operating budget including meeting with management and Command Staff to finalize budgets. Monitors and assists various Departments (Communications, Information Technology, Training Academy, Firing Range Supply and Distribution, Radio Maintenance, and Aviation.) in monitoring their expenditures. Serves as liaison with Finance Division and Purchasing Officer for all expenditures; monitors the preparation, selection process, and execution of purchase orders and contracts for goods and services; and makes recommendations to promote cost savings and efficiency. Monitors contracts for compliance in the purchase and/or maintenance of hardware/software. Assists the Major in charge of Capital Projects and the Administrator of Police Information Systems in assessing computer, networking, and telecommunications needs. Assists the project leader in researching and recommending specific computer hardware/software and/or training including writing specifications and preparing RFQ, RFP, and evaluating bids. 

OTHER FUNCTIONS:

1. Performs additional functions (essential or otherwise) which may be assigned. 

TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Requires the ability to communicate verbally and in writing with technical staff, vendors, and various levels of City employees. Requires the ability to travel independently to make on-site visits to analyze computer needs at various City offices.

TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS:  Work is performed in an office environment except during on-site visits.  

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor’s Degree in Business or Public Administration, Management, Information Systems, or related field and four (4) years experience in financial analysis, budget forecasting; or any combination of experience and training which enables one to perform the essential job functions. Experience in Management Information Systems strongly preferred.  (PROOF OF EDUCATION REQUIRED)

 

POSITIONENVIRONMENTAL TECHNICIAN(1 Opening) Annual Salary: $29,778.40 – $46,508.80

Bi-weekly: $1,145.32 – $1,788.80    Public Works/Stormwater    J.O. #12-136

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: Works under that general supervision of an assigned supervisor in the Storm Water Management Service Center of the Public Works Division.  Inspects industrial and municipal storm drainage systems and outflow areas to ensure conformance with government regulations and permit requirements. Conducts field investigations to collect data used in determining sources of water pollutants. Inspects pollution control equipment for conformance with regulations and installs, operates, and reads water monitoring equipment. Extracts water samples from storm drains and streams for laboratory tests and evaluates data to determine compliance and to assess pollution problems. Enters field data into the computer to produce required annual reports and prepares report of daily activities. Investigates complaints regarding storm water violations and reports findings in oral and written form. Interacts with members of the public to explain water quality issues and assists in performing environmental engineering analyses by examining typographical maps and drainage systems to accurately investigate pollutants and place monitoring equipment.  

OTHER FUNCTIONS:

            1. Performs additional functions (essential or otherwise) which may be assigned. 

TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Requires the ability to set monitoring equipment and collect data which will involve walking, sometimes across ditches, along river banks, flood lands and weeded areas. Must be able to read meters, gages, and construction drawings. Must be able to distinguish between colors to use field test kits.  Must be able to operate an automobile and personal computer. Requires some heavy lifting, pulling, reaching, and balancing. 

TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS: Majority of work is performed outdoors, exposed to changing weather conditions. 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Associate’s degree in Science or Engineering, or related field and/or four (4) years experience in environmental protection, enforcement programs, and environmental regulations; or any combination of experience and training which enables one to perform the essential job functions.  Must have experience using Micro-Soft Office software. Must possess a valid driver’s license.  (PROOF OF DRIVER’S LICENSE REQUIRED

 

POSITIONINFORMATION SECURITY OFFICER (1 Opening)SALARY: Commensurate with Experience/Education   Information Services/Administration    J.O. #12-133

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: Works under the general administrative direction of the Chief Information Officer (CIO).  Responsible for the City’s information security efforts to comply with local, state, and federal regulations, including HIPPA, PII, PCI, etc. Develops, implements, and maintains the City’s information security policy, standards, and guidelines. Actively participates and guides the business continuity and disaster recovery efforts for Information Services. Manages the incident response planning, as well as the investigation of security breaches, and assists in addressing disciplinary and legal matters associated with such breaches as necessary. Working in conjunction with other divisions, develops the prioritization of security initiatives and spending based on appropriate risk management and/or financial methodology. Coordinates information security regulatory activities and works with vendors to ensure compliance. Administers enterprise risk management efforts and ensures remediation and mitigation efforts are completed. Collaborates with Internal Audit to identify, review, and remediate security risks in both ongoing and planned operations. Manages various risk management tools to monitor internal and external information security events and trends and advises senior management of related issues and activities. Identifies and investigates potential threats, vulnerabilities, and control techniques and communicates this information to departmental system administrators. Operates the City’s vulnerability management, anti-virus, and scanning tools, generates reports, and works with vendors to ensure identified events are remediated. Builds and maintains relationships with local, state, and federal law enforcement and other related government agencies to address issues and facilitate effective communications. Leads, organizes, and presents security awareness training initiatives. Recommends initiatives to raise and enhance information security awareness and training through capital and operational budget planning. Maintains comprehensive knowledge of federal, state, and local privacy and security regulations and industry best practices that keep the City abreast of privacy and security technology advances and in compliance with related laws.

 OTHER FUNCTIONS:

1. Performs additional functions (essential or otherwise) which may be assigned.

TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS:   Must be able to communicate clearly both verbally and in writing with management and staff members at all levels. Requires the ability to operate general office equipment such as a computer, telephone, and wireless technology.

 TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS: Majority of work is performed in an office environment.  Occasional local and/or domestic travel to meetings and conferences is required. 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:   Bachelor’s degree in Information Technology or any related field and ten (10) years of information systems management experience with five (5) of the ten (10) years in information systems security; or any combination of experience and training which enables one to perform the essential job functions. Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) or similar information security certification required. Master’s degree in Management Information Systems or related field preferred. 

(PROOF OF EDUCATION REQUIRED)

 

POSITIONSHIFT SUPERVISOR/PW(1 Opening)Annual Salary: $60,057.14; Bi-weekly: $2,309.89

 Public Works/Drain Maintenance;   J.O. #12-134

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:  Works under the general supervision of the Manager of Drain Maintenance.  Directs and coordinates through subordinate personnel the activities of workers engaged in the maintenance of the City’s storm water drain lines. Oversees personnel and provides training, work direction, and evaluation of work performance. Evaluates work demands and makes daily assignments to foreman responsible for ensuring their completion. Adjusts work schedules to meet work demands and shortage of staff. Makes field inspections to review work and to evaluate work requirements such as type of equipment needed. Dispatches drain crews to prevent or correct drain stoppages. Inspects equipment daily, substitutes equipment needing repairs, and prepares work orders for maintenance required. Develops and implements preventative maintenance program for equipment. Maintains inventory of equipment and parts. Reviews and evaluates daily activity reports to determine problem areas, notifies manager, and recommends preventive measures. Completes daily activity reports. Interprets personnel policies and contract memorandums and conveys to workers. Takes disciplinary actions according to established practices. Confers with workers’ representatives to attempt to resolve grievances. Investigates and resolves citizen complaints and requests. 

OTHER FUNCTIONS:

         1. Performs additional functions (essential or otherwise) which may be assigned from time to time. 

TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS:   Requires ability to inspect work areas by traversing uneven ground in wooded and river swamp areas which may involve kneeling, climbing, stooping, reaching, pushing, and pulling. Requires the ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing with citizens and staff members at all levels. 

TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS:   Majority of work is performed outdoors exposed to changing weather conditions and temperatures and traffic to inspect work locations. Must be on call 24 hours a day for emergencies.

 MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:   High school graduate and six (6) years’ experience in storm water drain line maintenance with one (1) of the six years in a supervisory/lead capacity; or any combination of training and experience which enables one to perform essential job functions.  Must possess a valid driver’s license.

(PROOF OF DRIVER’S LICENSE REQUIRED)

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For a complete listing of job openings please visit web site at www.memphistn.gov.

 September 26 – October 05, 2012

THE CITY CHARTER REQUIRES THAT CITY EMPLOYEES MUST ESTABLISH RESIDENCE WITHIN SHELBY COUNTY WITHIN SIX (6) MONTHS FROM DATE OF EMPLOYMENT.   PROOF OF RESIDENCE WILL BE_REQUIRED AT THE TIME OF HIRE.

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POSITIONADMINISTRATOR ENVIRONMENTAL CONSTRUCTION(1 Opening)

Annual Salary: $80,929.19 – $100,051.32; Bi-weekly: $3,112.47 – $3,848.13; Public Works – Environmental Administration    J.O. #12-120

 

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:  Works under the general direction of the Engineering Administrator. Directs administrative and technical aspects and provides guidance of a comprehensive city-wide Sanitary Sewer Overflow (SSO) abatement program as required by the Consent Decree (CD) between EPA/TDEC and the City.  Responsible for day to day oversight of the Program Manger (consultant) relating to the assessment and repair of the City sanitary sewer system including pollution abatement, environmental safety, design, and construction as required by the CD.  Monitors and ensures operational compliance of third party contractors utilizing a high degree of knowledge of environmental engineering principles, as well as, knowledge of Federal, State, and local laws regulating pollution control, wastewater treatment, and sanitary sewer systems.  Provides guidance to Program Manager to ensure compliance with CD.  Reviews and validates CD expenditures to ensure accuracy and documentation of activities subject to invoices. Represents the City in a technical capacity in meetings with EPA and State regulatory agencies as related to thee CD.  Approves schedules and sewer construction prioritization to meet deadlines as required by the CD.  

TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS:  Duties entail extensive desk work.  Must be able to communicate clearly and effectively, both verbally and in writing. Requires the ability to use general office equipment such as a personal computer, telephone, and calculator. 

TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS:  Work is performed in an office environment, except during on-site visits to various work environments. Requires contact with employees at all levels of City government including division directors/managers. 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Civil or Environmental Engineering and eight (8) years professional experience in environmental engineering with six (6) years of the eight (8) years in a managerial capacity or any combination of training and experience which enables one to perform the essential job functions.  License to practice engineering in the State of Tennessee, or demonstrated ability to obtain within six (6) months required.  Master’s of Science Degree in Civil or Environmental Engineering preferred.  Specific experience with SSO abatement programs preferred.  (PROOF OF EDUCATION REQUIRED)

 

POSITION:  LAB ANALYST – PART-TIME TEMP  (4 Openings)     Salary: $12.6820/Hr

 

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:  Works under the supervision of an assigned supervisor at a wastewater treatment plant.  Provides technical assistance to Plant staff in performing analyses related to sewage treatment and industrial wastes.  Performs standardized testing and calibrates instruments. Conducts analysis on various liquid, solid, and gaseous samples which includes sample receiving, logging of sample description, sample preparation, application of written physical and chemical procedures, mathematical calculations, and reporting of results. Inputs data into laboratory information management system and generates reports using various computer software applications. Collects well, soil, landfill, stream, hauled waste, and bulk chemical samples, using dipper, bottle, or hand pump. Uses analytical instruments and microscope. Cleans laboratory equipment such as glassware and sample containers.  Travels to various location throughout the city to perform job duties including collecting testing samples.     

OTHER FUNCTIONS:

1.  Performs additional functions (essential or otherwise) which may be assigned. 

TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS:  Requires manual dexterity to use laboratory and sampling equipment.  Requires the ability to identify colors.  Requires ability to lift approx. 40 lbs. and to assist in lifting compressed gas cylinders (approx. 150 lbs.). Requires the ability to operate an automobile. 

TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS:  Majority of work is performed in a typical laboratory environment using conventional equipment as well as electronic instruments.  May be exposed to chemicals and cleaning solvents.  Some outdoor work is required in collecting samples.  May be exposed to various weather conditions, fumes, odors, and noise.  Requires frequent travel between wastewater treatment plants, and transports samples to contract laboratories throughout the City.  Requires the use and wear of protective gear when necessary.                     

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: High school graduate or any combination of experience and training which enables one to perform essential job functions.  Must have a valid driver’s license.  College coursework experience in chemistry and algebra preferred.  Experience in laboratory testing preferred.  Experience with Microsoft Office Word, Excel, and Access preferred.

 

POSITION: ENGINEER DESIGNER/AA(1 Opening) Annual Salary: $50,172.93 – $81,016.00; Bi-weekly:

$1,929.73 – $3,116.00;   Engineering/Traffic Engineering    J.O. #12-121

 

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:  Works under the general supervision of a traffic engineer or lead engineer in the Traffic Engineering Department.  Performs general traffic investigations and general analysis of pertinent data such as surveys, traffic flow, signal timing, land use, construction phasing, parking occupancy, accident history, and pedestrian routes.  Manages the City’s traffic calming program by ensuring all requests are maintained properly.  Performs general design responsibilities in the development of plans for traffic signals, striping, traffic control, plats, specifications, contract documents and cost estimates for the construction, maintenance and alteration of city facilities.  Works with the technical staff in the completion of plans and specifications, collection of field data, and field inspections.  Researches new developments in engineering techniques and makes recommendations accordingly.  Communicates with professional and non-professional individuals regarding traffic operations projects, city policies and regulations, etc.  Conducts site visits to ensure engineering projects meet federal, state, and local requirements.  Prepares and maintains various engineering calculations and documentation by using computer-assisted engineering and design software and equipment.      

OTHER FUNCTIONS:

           1. Assists in the planning and design of engineering projects in an assigned traffic engineering area and

             follows general directions in the evaluation and substantial adaptation of standard engineering techniques,

             procedures and criteria as needed.

           2. Performs additional functions (essential or otherwise) which may be assigned. 

TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Requires the ability to communicate clearly, both verbally and in writing, with management, staff and the public.  Requires the ability to conduct site visits involving traversing uneven land on foot.  Requires the ability to understand engineering plans and drawings.  Requires the ability to operate computer, various office equipment and software.  Requires the ability to operate an automobile.  

TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS: Majority of work is performed in an office environment with some outdoor work required to visit work sites.  Must travel independently throughout the city to attend meeting and conduct site investigations. 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering and two (2) years’ professional traffic engineering experience; or any combination of experience and training which enables one to perform he essential job functions.  Must possess a certification as an Engineer-In-Training (EIT).  Must possess a valid driver’s license.

(PROOF OF EDUCATION/DRIVER’S LICENSE REQUIRED)

 

POSITION: PROCUREMENT ANALYST (1 Opening) Annual Salary: $40,174.06 – $64,022.40; Bi-weekly

 $1,545.16 – $2,462.40;   Information Services/Administration;    J.O. #12-122

 

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:  Works under the direction of the Contract/Budget Manager. Prepares requests for quotes (RFQs) and requests for proposals (RFPs) for information technology products and services. Prepares qualification requests for professional information technology resources. Prepares and submits bids and contract documents to Purchasing. Processes purchase requisitions through the Oracle Financial system. Authorizes contracted providers to procure information technology services. Coordinates purchases and activities associated with formal RFQs and RFPs. Documents, prioritizes, and manages multiple requests and projects simultaneously. Provides status updates on technology and equipment purchases. Tracks and monitors budgets and costs associated with assigned projects and operational requests. Ensures funds are available for invoice payments. Prepares check requests. Maintains current knowledge of the City’s purchasing policies, procedures, and requirements, as well as contract vendor procedures. Engages vendors to obtain or provide information. Creates and updates documents, spreadsheets, charts, graphs, and presentations using various computer software applications. 

OTHER FUNCTIONS:

1.  Assists Compliance Specialist as needed.

2.  Performs additional functions (essential or otherwise) which may be assigned. 

TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS:  May be required to move and lift computer equipment (weighing up to 40 lbs.). Communicates effectively orally and in writing with internal and external customers and staff members at all levels. Ability to operate general office equipment such as a computer and telephone required. 

TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS:  Work is performed in an office environment. 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Management Information Systems, or related field and four (4) years’ experience in telecommunications, business analysis, or management information systems; or any combination of experience and training which enables one to perform the essential job functions. Technology and computer equipment acquisition experience preferred. Knowledge of Oracle Financials and ability to operate various computer software applications to create documents, spreadsheets, presentations, charts, and graphs preferred.

 

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 For a complete listing of job openings please visit web site at  www.memphistn.gov 

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THE CITY CHARTER REQUIRES THAT CITY EMPLOYEES MUST ESTABLISH RESIDENCE WITHIN SHELBY COUNTY WITHIN SIX (6) MONTHS FROM DATE OF EMPLOYMENT.   PROOF OF RESIDENCE WILL BE_REQUIRED AT THE TIME OF  HIRE._ ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________       

 

POSITIONPAINTER-APPRENTICE(1 Opening) Annual Salary: $25,738.70 – $48,617.66;  

Bi-weekly: $989.95 – $1,869.91   Engineering/Signs & Markings   J.O. #12-087 

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:  Works under the direct supervision of a layout painter.  Learns the painter’s trade through on-the-job training and class room instructions.  Receives work direction from and assists journeyman painter in the fabrication and installation of signs, installation and removal of various pavement markings, and operation and maintenance of striping equipment; cleans equipment using appropriate cleaning solvents; and completes work activity reports including hours worked and type of work performed. 

OTHER FUNCTIONS:

            1. Performs additional functions (essential or otherwise) which may be assigned. 

TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS:   Requires the ability to operate silk screening and baking machines, paint striping truck, and post driver.  Must be able to lift and carry approximately 70 lbs.  Must assist in lifting 100 lbs. sack of materials and place on equipment.  Requires ability to communicate with co-workers and supervisor. 

TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS:  Majority of work is performed outdoors with some work being performed in a shop-like environment.  May be exposed to some paint fumes, dust, chemicals, traffic and hot and cold temperatures. 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:  High School graduate or equivalent; or any combination of experience and training which enables one to perform the essential job functions.  Must have a valid Class “B” Tennessee Commercial Driver’s license.  Must comply with Federal Department of Transportation (DOT) Alcohol and Drug testing rules.   Participation in an apprenticeship training program may be required.  (CLASS “B” DRIVER’S LICENSE REQUIRED)

 

POSITION:  ANIMAL CARE TECHNICIAN – (1 Opening) Annual Salary: $35,055.54; Bi-weekly: $1,348.29

Parks & Neighborhoods/Animal Services;     J.O. #12-085

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: Works under the general direction of an assigned supervisor at the Memphis Animal Shelter to provide basic clerical support and routine care for sheltered animals, maintenance of the shelter, and service to customers. Cleans kennels, cages, and pens where animals are housed. Cleans, bathes, and dips animals as directed. Performs humane euthanasia. Records paperwork on diagnostic procedures performed, such as surgical procedures, health screening programs, etc. Inputs data of adopted animals, adopted returned animals, and animal impoundment into the computer system. Feeds, waters, and medicates animals. Assists in the training of new personnel by answering questions, demonstrating animal care techniques. and sharing knowledge of departmental policies. Assists the public in locating and redeeming lost pets and providing information on pet adoption and redemption procedures. Cleans and maintains office, grounds, restrooms, and other shelter facilities using pressurized steam cleaning equipment and chemicals. 

OTHER FUNCTIONS:

1. Performs additional functions (essential or otherwise) which may be assigned.  

TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Must be able to communicate clearly both verbally and in writing. Requires the ability to operate general office equipment, such as a computer and telephone. Also requires the ability to use equipment, such as hoses and ladders, to clean, lift, and handle incoming animals, such as dogs, cats, raccoons, etc.  Must be able to lift fifty (50) pounds. Constant lifting, standing, and traversing shelter grounds required.  

TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS: Work is performed in an animal shelter environment. Frequent exposure to noise, fumes, and unpleasant surrounding.  Involves contact with staff, visitors, and the general public. 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: High School education or equivalent and one (1) year of work experience in animal care preferred; or any combination of experience or training which enables one to perform the essential job functions. Basic computer and typing skills preferred. Must obtain and maintain a certification as a Certified Animal Euthanasia Technician within one year of employment, as a condition of continued employment.          

 

POSITIONENGINEERING TECH AA(1 Opening) Annual Salary: $32,754.25 – $51,521.60;

Bi-weekly: $1,259.78 – $1,981.60;   Engineering/Traffic     J.O. #12-086   

 

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: Works in an area of Engineering, such as Civil Design, Mapping, Traffic, Sewer Design, Drainage Design, or Survey, under the direction of an assigned supervisor to provide advanced semi-professional support to engineers engaged in the planning, design, management, or supervision of the construction of such facilities as streets, flood control systems, and sanitary systems.  Creates moderately complex designs of engineering projects and produces maps, plats, plans or other routine design drawings for various projects, such as land acquisition, through the use of advanced computer-aided design and drafting equipment and geographical information system.  Reviews project plans and plats for conformance to City policies and guidelines as directed.  Analyzes surveyor’s field data applying knowledge of engineering principles to check accuracy and reasonableness.  Performs standard engineering calculations to determine dimensions, quantities of materials, and other design-related information.  Creates and maintains files and records of engineering data including maintaining legally required documentation.  Conducts advanced research, such as cost studies, project studies, and property location/boundaries.  Prepares various reports, such as traffic accident studies, as requested.  May perform field reviews of project sites to obtain necessary information.

 

OTHER FUNCTIONS:

           1. Performs additional functions (essential or otherwise) which may be assigned. 

TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Must be able to communicate clearly both verbally and in writing.  Requires manual dexterity to use drafting instruments.  Requires the ability to operate general office equipment such as a personal computer and telephone.  Requires some lifting and carrying objects such as office supplies weighing up to 15 lbs.  May require occasional field trips involving traversing uneven surfaces. 

TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS: Majority of work is performed in an office environment, which involves contact with staff and the public.  Occasional field trips and exposure to outdoors environment may be required. 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Associate’s Degree in Civil Engineering and four (4) years experience in civil engineering design; or any combination of experience and training which enables one to perform the essential job functions.   (PROOF OF EDUCATION REQUIRED)

 

POSITIONAC/REFRIGERATION SERVICE TECH– (1 Opening) Annual Salary: $57,197.14; Bi-weekly:

$2,199.89;   General Services/Property Maintenance   J.O. #12-077 

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:  Works under the general supervision of an assigned supervisor in General Services. Performs routine maintenance, repair, troubleshooting, and installation of commercial heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems. Removes and installs various compressors, motors, condensing units, and/or furnaces of assorted sizes in various locations such as basements, roofs, and ground level. Welds copper, threads, and pipes and installs refrigerant, water, and other piping as necessary. Performs maintenance such as changing belts and filters. Operates vehicles ranging in size from 3/4 ton service van to 2 ton bucket truck (4 speed shift).  Fabricates sheet metal duct work, plenums, etc. 

OTHER FUNCTIONS:

1. Performs additional functions (essential or otherwise) which may be assigned. 

TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS:  Requires the ability to carry and handle equipment such as tool pouch weighing approximately 25 lbs. Carries, sets up, and climbs ladders with loads weighing up to 75 lbs. Requires the ability to stoop, bend, reach, push, and pull. 

TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS: Work is performed indoors and outdoors.  May be exposed to various weather conditions, confined spaces, fumes, dust, odors, and noise.  Requires the use and wear of protective gear as necessary. 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:  High school graduate or equivalent and five (5) years’ experience in the maintenance and repair of commercial heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems; or any combination of experience and training which enables one to perform the essential job functions.  Must possess a 1st Class Proficiency Refrigeration License and a Master Gas License. Must possess a valid driver’s license. 

(PROOF OF DRIVER’S LICENSE REQUIRED)

 

POSITION: BENEFITS OPERATIONS MANAGER(1 Opening) Annual Salary: $64,616.01 – $94,502.44;

 Bi-weekly: $2,485.23 – $3,634.71   Human Resources/Benefits   J.O. #12-080

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:  Works under the general supervision of the Benefits Officer.  Provides

supervision to professional and support staff to ensure accomplishment of City benefit projects and processes through coordination with the human resource business partners.  Manages the day-to-day administration of employee benefits/call center operations and interprets plan provisions and requirements.  Resolves administration and policy issues and questions.  Coordinates activities with vendors, active employees, retirees, and COBRA participants.  Assists in analyzing and implementing benefit program trends.  Identifies, designs, and proposes best practices and competitive benefit programs to support organizational strategies and associate needs. Assists in analyzing and implementation of cost and utilization data and recommends changes to achieve cost containment goals.  Manages timely and accurate enrollment of new hires, qualifying events, terms, and data transmission to third parties.  Leads all aspects of the annual open enrollment process including preparing communication material.  Works with internal and external resources to identify optimal media and creating specific and accurate plan materials.  Advises Benefits Officer and the leadership team on interpretation of plan provisions.  Serves as liaison with internal clients and external vendors on benefit topics or employee issues. Participates in the budget preparation and budget management process.  Maintains a high level of proficiency and knowledge of benefits and vendor systems, including the Benefit Enrollment System.  Identifies and reports operational problems and sees them through to resolution.  Reviews service center audits for call center, pension and other  related projects. 

OTHER FUNCTIONS:

1. Performs additional functions (essential or otherwise) which may be assigned. 

TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS:  Must be able to communicate clearly both verbally and in writing.  Requires the ability to operate general office equipment such as a personal computer and telephone. 

TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS: Work is performed in an office environment. 

 

POSITIONPARKING ENFORCEMENT TECH (1 Opening) Annual Salary: $23,050.04 – $35,193.60;

Bi-weekly: $886.54 – $1,353.60;   Engineering/Traffic   J.O. #12-088 

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:   Works under the general direction of an assigned supervisor to enforce City parking ordinances. Travels within the city limits, including driving a vehicle, to enforce parking violations such as overtime parking, parking meters, loading zones, parking restrictions, etc. on public streets and alleys, through the issuance of hand written or electronically generated citations or applying a “boot” to the wheels of the car. Provides information regarding parking violations/citations or directs individuals to alternative sources of information regarding parking regulations and resolution of related fines. Interacts with business owners, couriers, construction contractors, service providers, and materials delivery truckers regarding City parking regulations.  Ensures proper permits are displayed in vehicles parked on the Main Street Mall. Logs and maintains required records, including parking tickets and parking enforcement activities on a daily basis. Investigates and answers complaints regarding contested parking citations. Identifies and reports vehicles to be towed and impounded due to parking violations or outstanding traffic violations. Notifies Traffic Engineering regarding damaged, missing, and needed parking signs, street markings, parking lines, parking meters, and traffic signals. Observes and reports hazardous conditions posing danger to the public, vehicles, and property. Works under the direction of Police Services or Traffic Engineering to provide targeted parking enforcement. Identifies streets, buildings, and points of interests. Assists citizens with directions, addresses, and other information, as needed. Tests handheld parking enforcement devices by entering and retrieving information pertaining to vehicle registration and status regarding unpaid parking tickets and reports findings. 

OTHER FUNCTIONS:   

1.  Assists with parking meter collections, as necessary.

2.  Performs additional functions (essential or otherwise) which may be assigned. 

TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Must be able to communicate clearly both verbally and in writing. Requires the ability to operate handheld electronic device and the ability to prepare handwritten citations. Requires the ability to operate radio and/or cell telephone. Must be able to operate an automobile. Must be able to traverse public streets, sidewalks, and alleys to various locations throughout the City and patrol for the duration of the day. Must be able to transport, lift, and apply a “boot” weighing up to 30 pounds to the wheel of vehicles. 

TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS:  Work is performed outdoors along city streets in urban areas exposed to dust, fumes, heat, and inclement weather. Involves contact with general public, some of which may be irate. Work schedule may involve evenings and weekends. 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:   High school education or equivalent and one (1) year customer service or other work-related experience; or any combination of experience and training which enables one to perform the essential job functions. Must possess a valid driver’s license.  (PROOF OF DRIVER’S LICENSE REQUIRED)

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OPENING DATE: JULY 11, 2012

CLOSING DATE:  JULY 20, 2012

For a complete listing of job openings please visit web site at  www.memphistn.gov  .

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WITHIN SIX (6) MONTHS FROM DATE OF EMPLOYMENT.   PROOF OF RESIDENCE WILL BE REQUIRED AT THE TIME OF  HIRE.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________        

POSITIONSUPERVISOR/WTP OPERATIONS(1 Opening) Annual Salary: $40,174.06 – $64,022.40 Bi-weekly: $1,545.16 – $2,462.40;    Public Works-Maxson/South Plant      J.O. #12-073

 

JOB SUMMARY:  Works under the direction of the Manager of Processing at the Wastewater Treatment Plant.  Supervises shift supervisors responsible for first line supervision of workers engaged in the daily operation and maintenance of facility equipment to ensure conformity to federal and state guidelines: Coordinates implementation of processing procedures throughout all shifts; ensures tests are conducted and data is collected according to Processing Manager’s specifications; inspects plant and analyzes processing data to evaluate efficiency of operation and to detect any malfunctions; initiates appropriate action to improve or rectify problems; provides training, work direction, assignment of duties, evaluation of work performance, and discipline for assigned personnel; confers with workers’ representatives to resolve grievances; prepares monthly activity reports; and completes payroll documents for assigned employees.

OTHER FUNCTIONS:

1.Performs additional functions (essential or otherwise) which may be assigned.

 

TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS:  Ability to operate personal computer and to perform routine inspections of the plant which will require the ability to walk and climb ladders and stairs.  May have to assist with manual labor during emergency situations.  Requires ability to communicate orally and writing to staff.

TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS:  Majority of work is performed in an office environment but must make inspections of plant which will require being outdoors.  May be exposed to various weather conditions, fumes, odors, dust, and noise.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:  High school and five (5) years experience in the field of environmental engineering with two (2) of the five (5) years in a supervisory capacity; or any combination of experience and training which enables one to perform essential job functions.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:  Must possess a current valid State of Tennessee Certification as a Class IV Wastewater Treatment Operator.

 

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Signal Tech Job Opening with the City of Memphis

NOTICE OF JOB OPENINGS                 

 CITY OF MEMPHIS                                    JANUARY 25, 2012-FEBRUARY 03, 2012

 EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

 For a complete listing of job openings please visit web site at

 www.memphistn.gov                                                                                           

 

THE CITY CHARTER REQUIRES THAT CITY EMPLOYEES MUST ESTABLISH RESIDENCE WITHIN SHELBY COUNTY

WITHIN SIX (6) MONTHS FROM DATE OF EMPLOYMENT.   PROOF OF RESIDENCE WILL BE_REQUIRED AT THE TIME OF HIRE 

 

POSITIONSIGNAL TECH(2 Openings) Annual Salary: $57,197.14; Bi-weekly: $2,199.89 –

                      Engineering/Signal Maintenance    J.O. #12-012

 

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:  Works under the general supervision of an assigned supervisor in the Engineering Division to install, repair, maintain, and operate electronic and electrical traffic signal control equipment and devices:  Troubleshoots, diagnoses and corrects signal system problems; sets control switches on computer and peripheral equipment to integrate and operate equipment; tests circuits and electric components to locate grounded wires, broken connections, or defective current control mechanisms, using electrical testing instruments; replaces defective parts using electrical tools; works from bucket and aerial platform trucks; operates essential equipment, machinery, and vehicles to construct signalized intersections; and prepares reports of daily work activities.

OTHER FUNCTIONS:

          1. Performs additional functions (essential or otherwise) which may be assigned from time to time.

TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS:  Must be able to lift and carry objects in excess of 70 lbs.  Requires climbing, including 12 ft. ladders, onto the back of trucks, and atop stacked poles.  Requires balancing, bending, kneeling, reaching, pushing, and pulling.  Requires the ability to use basic hand tools and to grasp wires.  Must be able to program controls and change components.  Requires feeling of electrical circuits and wires for overheating.  Involves standing for extended periods of time and walking sometimes over uneven surfaces.  Must be able to communicate problems and conditions to co-workers, including during high volumes of traffic noise.  Must operate a two-way radio to communicate with co-workers and supervisor.

TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS:  Majority of work is performed outdoors.  Some shop work is required.  Must work in inclement weather.  Must work from bucket and aerial platform trucks.  Exposed to noise and traffic.  May be exposed to engine fumes and electrical shock.  Requires the use and wear of protective gear.  May be subject to shift work, standby and call out duty.

 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:  Associate’s degree in Electronic Engineering or equivalent work related experience; or any combination of experience and training which enables one to perform the essential job functions.  Certification from the Institute for the Certification of Engineering Technicians preferred.  Must either possess a valid Class “B” Tennessee Commercial Driver’s license, or obtain such license before the end of six (6) months employment as a condition of continued employment.  Must comply with Federal Department of Transportation (DOT) Alcohol and Drug testing rules.  (PROOF OF EDUCATION REQUIRED)

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