NOTICE OF JOB OPENINGS
CITY OF MEMPHIS JANUARY 11, 2012 – JANUARY 23, 2012
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
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.
POSITION: HEAVY EQUIPMENT SUPERVISOR – (1 Opening) Annual Salary: $50,172.93 – $81,016.00
Bi-weekly: $1,929.73 – $3,116.00; Public Works/Heavy Equipment J.O. #12-001
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: Works under the general supervision of an assigned supervisor. Directs and coordinates work of subordinate personnel responsible for the maintenance and operation of all types of heavy equipment used in various City construction/maintenance projects or emergency response situations: Reviews and prioritizes work request received from various City departments; determines equipment to be used and manpower needed by reviewing work request, construction plans, blue prints, and surveys; schedules work crews and coordinates work activities with supervisors of inter-related activities within other departments or agencies; inspects work site to evaluate work activities and work requirements; insures that government regulations are adhered to in applicable work situations such as disposal of hazardous materials; prepares budget estimates and monitors daily expenditures; prepares reports for supervisor; evaluates worker performance and recommends or initiates personnel actions; processes or attempts to resolve employee grievances according to union contract procedures; and supervises clerical personnel in payroll, bookkeeping, record keeping, and dispatching activities.
1. Performs additional functions (essential or otherwise) which may be assigned from time to time.
TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Requires ability to inspect work area which may involve walking on uneven surfaces, across ditches, and river bank areas Requires ability to communicate with staff, management, other City department supervisors, and public. Requires ability to operate automobile.
TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS: Majority of work is performed outdoors to periodically inspect work activities and to respond to problem situations.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: High school graduate and six (6) years experience in heavy construction including infrastructure construction and maintenance with three (3) of the six years in a supervisory capacity; or any combination of training and experience which enables one to perform the essential job functions. Must possess a valid Tennessee Driver’s License. (PROOF OF DRIVER’S LICENSE REQUIRED)
POSITION: PARKING ENFORCEMENT TECH – (1 Opening) Annual Salary: $22,318.40 – $32,364.80;
Bi-weekly: $858.40 – $1,244.80; Engineering/Traffic J.O. #12-002
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.
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)
POSITION: SR CRIME ANALYST – (4 Openings) Annual Salary: $36,186.41 – $57,283.20; Bi-weekly:
$1,391.79 – $2,203.20; Police/RTCC J.O. #12-003
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: Works under the supervision of the Crime Analysis Supervisor to perform advanced functions in collecting, collating, analyzing and disseminating data relevant to actual and anticipated criminal activity. Supports police activities by providing highly detailed analytical information to Police Officers, Investigators, Administration and Command Staff in order to provide decision-supporting intelligence, which improves awareness and judgment. Contributes to intervention efforts, as well as supporting the investigative functions of Police Services by identifying and analyzing emergent crime patterns, trends, and series. Identifies, measures, forecasts, and recommends long-term public safety methods and related activities for the purpose of contributing to problem solving and reduction efforts. Provides information and analysis on police resources and actions and their consequences, including manpower, resource allocation, and potential focus areas. Researches, compiles, and interprets statistical data from a variety of sources including offense and arrest reports, census reports, etc. Participates in the development and maintenance of crime analysis programs including frequency, geographic factors, victims, targets, suspect descriptors, chronological information, suspect vehicle descriptions, modus operandi factors, and physical evidence information. Utilizes computer databases, quantitative and qualitative methodology, electronic spreadsheets, desktop publishing, word processing, and statistical applications such as SPSS (Statistical Package for the Social Sciences) and GIS (Geographic Information Systems) to manipulate, analyze and present data. Develops and maintains a working relationship with external law enforcement agencies, governmental agencies, and communities. Travels occasionally to police precincts and various locations for briefings.
OTHER JOB FUNCTIONS:
1. Performs additional functions (essential or otherwise) which may be assigned.
TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS:
Must be able to communicate both clearly verbally and in writing. Requires the ability to operate general office equipment such as a computer and telephone.
TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS: Work is performed in an office environment and involves contact with staff and Police personnel
POSITION: MECHANIC HELPER – (3 Openings) Annual Salary: $36,240.10 – $42,385.98 – Bi-weekly:
$1,393.85 – $1,630.23; General Services/Fleet Management J.O. #12-004
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.
1. Performs additional functions (essential or otherwise) which may be assigned.
TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Requires 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.