City of San Marcos, TX

The City of San Marcos is dedicated to providing excellent service to our residents and maintaining our high quality of life.  Business, industry, education, retail, and government make up the backbone of the San Marcos economy. The City of San Marcos works closely with all of our community partners to help our community become a thriving, job-producing city with opportunities for all.

 

 

17 job(s) at City of San Marcos, TX

San Marcos, TX San Marcos, Texas, United States
May 17, 2019
Full Time
JOB SUMMARY JOB SUMMARY Plans, coordinates, manages, and evaluates a multi-county Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) Nutrition Program with locations in 5+ cities. Oversees all services and operations, including clinic functions, facilities, personnel, and budget. Ensures compliance with City, State, and Federal regulations and policies. Prepares and maintains a variety of program records and documentation. Supervises assigned personnel. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND DECISION MAKING ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS 1.Conducts a variety of staffing and personnel functions: Hires, trains, supervises, and evaluates the performance of assigned personnel. Schedules, assigns, and monitors staff work activities. Provides technical guidance and assistance to employees. Monitors and ensures staff have necessary tools and resources. 2. Coordinates and performs a variety of administrative duties pertaining to program operations: Leads and participates in the development, administration, compliance, and review of departmental policies and procedures. Establishes goals, objectives, and priorities for area of responsibility. Adjusts for program growth and decline; monitors and ensures adequate staffing, facilities, and resources. Develops and administers the departmental budget; monitors revenue and expenses in comparison to client participation. Prepares, maintains, and submits a variety of program/financial records, reports, and documentation. Reviews client survey responses and ensures positive customer experiences. 3. Monitors and ensures the City's compliance with local and State regulations, policies, and guidelines: Coordinates and oversees self-audit processes and implements corrective action. Assists State agency staff with monitoring visits. Responds to monitoring reports and corrects related deficiencies within acceptable timeframes. 4. Oversees the management of the program's multiple facilities: Addresses and resolves building/maintenance issues; participates in building design processes. Negotiates and secures lease space; monitors and maintains compliance with lease terms. Coordinates the purchase of furniture, equipment, and supplies for facilities. Visits clinic locations regularly. 5. Miscellaneous: Networks and collaborates with other WIC providers and/or service agencies. Interacts with members of the public and promotes WIC services. Participates in various City functions as assigned. Attends and participates in training events. Evaluates and implements special projects. DECISION MAKING Must demonstrate the ability to efficiently manage multiple projects and priorities. Hires, trains, supervises, and evaluates the performance of assigned personnel. Manages the City's WIC Program, multiple facilities, and assigned budget. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS (Salary is dependent upon qualifications) MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS Bachelor's Degree or higher in Business Administration, Public Health, Nutrition or related field is required. Five (5) years directly related management experience overseeing programming, budgeting, staffing, and facility operations is required. Additional experience may be substituted for the degree requirement on a year for year basis. Must possess a valid Texas Driver's License with an acceptable driving record. Proof of required immunizations or obtain upon employment. CORE COMPETENCIES AND PHYSICAL DEMANDS CORE COMPETENCIES Must be able to read and comprehend regulations and program policy manuals; must have the ability to review/prepare departmental policies, budgets, financial records, contracts, administrative reports, and program documentation. Must have computer skills sufficient for electronic communication, coordination, budget tracking and forecasting, presentations, and report generating. Effective verbal and written communication skills are required; must demonstrate the ability to conduct contract negotiations; must be able to maintain positive working relationships with City departments and personnel, outside agencies, community organizations, landlords, vendors, program participants, and the general public. PHYSICAL DEMANDS AND WORKING CONDITIONS Physical requirements include lifting up to 35 pounds rarely. Subject to sitting and vision constantly; handling, hearing and talking frequently; standing, walking, lifting, carrying, pushing/pulling, fine dexterity and foot controls occasionally; reaching, kneeling, crouching, crawling, climbing and balancing rarely. Working conditions involves occasional exposure to infectious diseases and potentially irate members of the public. Safety Sensitive Closing Date/Time: 5/30/2019 11:59 PM Central
San Marcos, TX San Marcos, Texas, United States
May 17, 2019
Full Time
JOB SUMMARY Job Summary Performs customer service duties at the Rio Vista Pool. Controls desk, collects admission fees and assists staff with enforcement. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND DECISION MAKING Essential Functions Staffs front desk; operates cash register, collects admission fees; answers telephone; prepares daily cash reports; injury reports; enforces rules and regulations relating to swimming pool. Maintains pool area; cleans deck, picks up trash, cleans restrooms and performs other janitorial duties as needed. Attends staff meetings and in service training sessions. Decision Making This position works under general supervision.Uses judgment to determine action needed during emergency situation. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS (Salary is dependent upon qualifications) Minimum Requirements Previous experience working a cash register and calculating change. Must be at least 16 years of age. CORE COMPETENCIES AND PHYSICAL DEMANDS Core Competencies Effective oral communication skills are required. Extensive contact with the public, must be able to interact in a courteous and professional manner. Basic calculations to add admission charges, calculate change, and prepare daily cash reports. Physical Demands and Working Conditions Physical requirements include working outside in the heat, sun, high humidity and wind; exposed to chlorine, muriatic acid, slippery surface; noise from large crowds and lifeguard whistles. Subject to standing, sitting, vision, hearing, talking, lifting, carrying, pushing, pulling reaching, handling, and fine dexterity. Work Hours Irregular Hours, 1-6 pm, Weekend/evenings required FLSA Status Non-Exempt Closing Date/Time: 6/1/2019 11:59 PM Central
San Marcos, TX San Marcos, Texas, United States
May 16, 2019
Part Time
JOB SUMMARY Job Summary Staffs the circulation desk at the public library; registers patrons, checks out materials, collects fines and fees; shelves and maintains stack areas; assists with library programs; and performs related duties. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND DECISION MAKING Essential Functions Staffs the Circulation Desk: Answers and directs incoming calls to appropriate staff. Responds to patron inquiries and complaints; explains the Library's policies, procedures, programs, and fees to customers. Books meeting room reservations. Uses online catalog and knowledge of stacks to help locate library materials for customers. Refers more complex questions to other library personnel as necessary Assists patrons in utilizing library equipment including computers, printers, photocopiers, PC reservation system, and the online catalog. Registers patrons for library cards. Updates, and maintains patron records Collects, processes, and records library fees and fines; provides receipts and change to patrons. Checks materials in and out; activates/deactivates security tags, places holds; processes renewals. Empties book drops; inspects materials for damage; processes and routes items to appropriate locations. Responds to book theft detection security alarms; takes appropriate action. Performs shelving, stack, and reading room maintenance: Sorts and shelves library materials in accordance with Dewey Decimal and alphabetic systems; audits shelves for accuracy. Dusts and maintains shelves; shifts materials as assigned; does shelf reading. Maintains the library reading room; straightens tables and chairs; removes stray paper; puts away materials customers have finished using. Provides assistance in updating and maintaining special book displays and bulletin boards. Assists with assembling new shelving units. Provides assistance with library programs and/or special events: Helps explain and promote library programs. Gathers and organizes program supplies. Sets up tables, chairs, and/or refreshments for library programs. Assists with puppet shows, story times, or other special events. Distributes reading program certificates and prizes. Helps prepare and distribute publicity materials; photocopies and scans documents. Miscellaneous: Assists with processing periodicals, tax forms, or other assigned library materials. Searches for lost, missing, and overdue items. Deletes withdrawn materials from database. Provides assistance with opening and closing duties including locking up the library at night. Attends staff meetings and training programs. Helps train adult and teen volunteers to shelve books. Performs other related duties as assigned or required. Decision Making This position works under general supervision. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS (Salary is dependent upon qualifications) Minimum Requirements High School Diploma or equivalent is required. One (1) year clerical or customer service experience is required. Depending on area of assignment, a valid Texas Driver's License may be required. Must be a current employee of the City of San Marcos with a minimum of (6) six months of employment (position is open in-house only). CORE COMPETENCIES AND PHYSICAL DEMANDS Core Competencies Must be able to read/comprehend library policies and documentation. Must be able to prepare and proofread correspondence, minutes, forms, etc. Effective verbal and written communication skills are required; must be able to maintain positive working relationships with City departments and personnel, outside agencies, vendors, volunteers, patrons, and the general public. Physical Demands and Working Conditions Physical requirements include lifting up to 45 pounds occasionally. Subject to vision constantly; standing, walking, lifting, carrying, reaching, handling, fine dexterity, hearing and talking frequently; sitting, pushing/pulling, kneeling, bending, twisting, climbing and balancing occasionally; crouching rarely. Working conditions involves occasional exposure to infectious diseases and irate members of the public. Work Hours Varied FLSAStatus Non-Exempt Closing Date/Time: 5/21/2019 11:59 PM Central
San Marcos, TX San Marcos, Texas, United States
May 15, 2019
Full Time
JOB SUMMARY JOB SUMMARY The Animal Services Manager provides leadership, management, and a cohesive vision for the City's Animal Services Division with a focus on leadershiparound live outcome strategies with care and compassion to dogs and cats. Works with regional partners, advocates, fosters, rescues and other stakeholders to increase live outcomes at the San Marcos Regional Animal Shelter. This position serves as the primary representative of Animal Services, working with City leadership, San Marcos Animal Advisory Committee as well as other organizations to further the shared goals of the City and mission of the San Marcos Regional Animal Shelter. Position will remain open until filled. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND DECISION MAKING ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Strategic initiative to increase live outcomes: Understands the mission and monitors the goals of Animal Services and ensures that all staff understand how their work relates to the City and Community. Focuses on public health and achieving and sustaining a 90% live outcome rate. Develops and communicates goals in support of the City of San Marcos' mission and strategic plan including initiatives to increase live outcomes. Leads with a caring and compassionate style. Manages conflict and mediates seeking win/win solutions. Supports implementation of organizational change including live outcome initiatives. Management/Supervisory Responsibilities: Leads cross-functional teams in a fast paced and high energy environment toward achieving and sustaining critical live outcomes. Provides employees with developmental goals and assists with a development plan to ensure the accomplishment of those goals. Ensures that appropriate training is provided for all staff. Accountable for employees' performance and development by setting clear expectations and standards, tracking progress of goals, providing timely performance appraisals, and addressing performance issues promptly. Analyzes data to guide operations and initiatives; prepares and presents reports. Manages a multifaceted Animal Services operation combining strong leadership abilities, demanding customer service skills, and sharp political acumen. Actively engages and energizes volunteers in a collaborative effort to contribute to the well-being of all animals. Actively communicates and collaborates with community partners on capacity, resource management and reporting. Responsible for overseeing the major functions of Animal Services to include: compliance with all applicable Federal, State, and Local laws, rules, regulations, and policies including all shelter records and files; oversees all programs and operations of the Animal Services Division, including contracted services, such as veterinary services and spay/neuter services. ensures the animals are properly and humanely treated and cared for and are processed effectively according to the standard operating procedures. Responsible for the care and upkeep of the facility to ensure it meets operational needs and state requirements. Serves as the City's Rabies Control Authority and provides for the enforcement of the State of Texas Rabies Control Act. Provides for public health and safety through the control of zoonotic diseases at the shelter and within the City. Monitors and ensures the City's compliance with applicable laws and regulations governing animal sheltering, animal control, and the use and reporting of controlled substances for euthanizing animals. Community Relations Responsibilities: Responsible for delegation of community outreach and educational services and programs that align, compliment, enhance, and/or further advance live outcomes. Initiates, communicates, reviews, and approves resources on community-based projects, development of codes, ordinances, or processes, employee and/or volunteer training, financial planning or cost-reduction, strategic planning and shelter development. Builds capacity for Animal Services, its programs and projects through fund development and community partnership-building activities with individuals, businesses, organizations, other nonprofits, neighborhoods, City departments/divisions, and many others. Presents and makes recommendations to City Leadership and occasionally to City Council. Serves as staff liaison to the Animal Shelter Advisory Committee. Supports and oversees community engagement efforts. Coordinates and/or conducts educational programs within the community. Serves as the primary interface with citizen complaints about issues with animals. Coordinate all marketing and communications activities with the Communications Department Fiscal Responsibilities : Operates Animal Services in a fiscally responsible manner and within approved budgetary guidelines. Budget responsibility includes developing the annual budget, approving expenses, identifying cost control measures, and communicating with City Leadership. Prepares statistics for reports, analysis and reporting of budget trends and issues. DECISION MAKING Leads and develops an organization and culture around live outcomes. Plans strategies and programs as needed for effective shelter operations and animal control. Ability to apply knowledge of laws and regulations to shelter operations and animal control situations fairly and accurately. Uses safety procedures to handle animals appropriately and humanely in the shelter and field situations. Prioritizes and assigns tasks to employees for the efficient operation of the shelter. Analyzes situations to determine proper application and enforcement of ordinances and laws. Prioritizes tasks and utilizes computer software and programs to create and maintain records. Selects, hires, trains, supervises, and evaluates the performance of assigned personnel. Manages assigned budget. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS (Salary is dependent upon qualifications) MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS Candidates with exemplary qualifications may be considered for additional compensation outside of the posted maximum. Bachelor's Degree Five (5) years of experience in a complex workplace setting requiring the negotiation and resolution of sensitive and controversial issues. Three (3) years of animal shelter supervisory experience. Valid Driver's license and the ability to obtain a Texas Driver's License within 6 months. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS Experience with programs increasing live outcomes and care and compassion organization. Experience operating a multi-jurisdictional/regional animal shelter. State of Texas Animal Control certification. State of Texas Basic Euthanasia certifications. CORE COMPETENCIES AND PHYSICAL DEMANDS CORE COMPETENCIES Writes reports, ordinances, regulations, procedures, memos, and policies. Evaluations, receipts, reports, permits, policies, procedures and presentations. Basic calculations needed to perform budgetary and accounting duties, to compile statistics and prepare reports. Excellent communication skills needed to handle frequent citizen contact. Have the ability to exercise solid judgment, decision making around care, protection, finding quality homes, aid in reducing pet population and achieving live outcomes. Must accurately articulate procedures, processes, and regulations to employees and patrons. Ability to handle irate or distressed patrons in a calming manner. Frequently deals with the public; communicates in person and over the telephone; provides information; explains animals control ordinances; obtains information concerning bites; handles irate or distressed citizens in a calm and effective manner. Assists people in the community in a professional, positive, friendly and helpful way regarding pets' at large, lost pets, complaint and about pet behaviors. Must be able to maintain positive working relationships with City departments, outside agencies, community organizations, supply vendors, and the general public. PHYSICAL DEMANDS AND WORKING CONDITIONS Physical requirements include lifting up to 50 pounds rarely (with assistance). Subject to vision, hearing and talking frequently; standing, sitting, walking, lifting, carrying, pushing/pulling, reaching, handling, fine dexterity, climbing, balancing and foot controls occasionally; kneeling, crouching, crawling, bending and twisting rarely. Working conditions involves exposure to variable and/or extreme weather conditions, dangerous animals, zoonotic diseases, hazardous chemicals, potentially irate members of the public and possible rabies exposure (Pre-exposure vaccines & booster offered at city's expense). Safety Sensitive Position. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
San Marcos, TX San Marcos, Texas, United States
May 11, 2019
Temporary
JOB SUMMARY JOB SUMMARY; Part-time, primarily seasonal position. Works weekdays, weekends, nights and holidays primarily Memorial Day through Labor Day. Patrols city parks, facilities and surrounding areas to ensure the safety of park patrons and wildlife habitats. Educates and informs park visitors of the resources available to them and provides a positive experience for park patrons. Enforces city ordinances. Provides emergency medical care to the injured and/or sick. Identifies issues that affect the operational aspect of parks including, but not limited to, parking lighting, trail construction, river quality (water), facilities use, etc. Reports to the Ranger Program Manager. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND DECISION MAKING ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Patrols city parks and facilities by foot, bike, kayak, ATV and/or vehicle, to ensure the safety of park patrons. Enforces city ordinances and state laws. Issues verbal and written warnings, parking citations, class C criminal citations and removes violators from the parks. Works special events, and directly with the public to insure proactive voluntary compliance of park rules. Regulates parking issues in all city parks by several methods including, but not limited to, traffic control, signage, road barrier controls, and physical controls. Handles emergency situations that may arise in the park setting and handles it appropriately. Provides emergency medical treatment to the injured and/or sick. Provides safety measures for special events on park grounds or other places as directed. Conducts safety surveys of parks, trails, lighting, etc. Represents the city in use and operation of facilities. Makes decisions to protect interests of the city, and park patrons. Attends meetings and training sessions as required. Miscellaneous: Understanding of the Incident Command System (ICS). Handles emergency situations that may arise in the park setting and handles it appropriately. Coordinates with other city departments, police, fire, EMS and outside agencies for special events and incident management in the park. Maintains EMS protocol credentialing at the current certification level. Performs other duties as may be required by the nature of the position. DECISION MAKING Ability to analyze situations and adopt a quick effective and reasonable course of action. Ability to communicate policy, ordinances, routine and emergency traffic. Ability to understand and follow written and verbal instructions, department policies, rules and regulations. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS (Salary is dependent upon qualifications) MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS High school diploma or GED. Two years of public safety experience. This experience includes; Park Ranger, Law Enforcement to include corrections and probation, Fire, EMS and some Open Water Lifeguarding. This does not include pool or amusement park lifeguarding. Valid Texas Driver's License with an acceptable driving record. TDSHS EMT-Basic or higher certification/licensure required. Must be current on continuing education hours and qualifications required by TDSHS. AHA Healthcare Provider CPR. Ability to swim. Requires ability to work in 10-12 hour shifts PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS One year EMS experience Familiarization with rope rescue operations Familiarization with emergency procedures. CORE COMPETENCIES AND PHYSICAL DEMANDS CORE COMPETENCIES Interprets reports, maps, safety instructions, rules and regulations, competency tests and correspondence. Must speak, read and write the English language. Ability to write medical and incident reports, correspondence, and memos. Ability to complete standard calculations necessary for safety, training and various medical and rescue calculations. Extensive contact with the public; must be able to interact in a courteous and professional manner. Must be able to apply and explain city ordinances and state laws to work effectively with a variety of individuals including students, citizens, and civic groups. Must constantly work to maintain favorable professional relations with visitors to the park. Must maintain a favorable relationship with the members of the police, fire, EMS departments as well as other city employees. Must be able to successfully complete the departments Field Training Program in six months or less. PHYSICAL DEMANDS AND WORKING CONDITIONS Physical requirements include lifting up to 75 pounds occasionally. Subject to standing, walking, balancing, vision, hearing, talking and foot controls frequently; sitting, lifting, carrying, pushing/pulling, reaching, handling, fine dexterity, kneeling, bending, twisting and climbing occasionally; crouching and crawling rarely. Working conditions involve majority of the position's time spent outdoors, patrolling city parks in a variety of weather conditions. May be exposed to conditions which threaten safety and health. Position is Safety Sensitive. Closing Date/Time: 5/27/2019 11:59 PM Central
San Marcos, TX San Marcos, Texas, United States
May 11, 2019
Temporary
JOB SUMMARY JOB SUMMARY The City of San Marcos is looking for an energetic and organized individual to staff our Discovery Camp. The camp provides area children, ages 5 thru 10, with a fun and educational filled summer that includes games, activities, science experiments, crafts, and field trips! This is temporary employment. The position begins June 3, 2019 for staff training, and Discovery Camp begins June 10, 2019. Camps run for 9 weeks - totaling 10 weeks. The Site Supervisor reports to the Youth Services Manager and the Youth Services Specialist. We are looking for a member to join our team who exemplifies our core values of integrity, teamwork, professionalism, customer experience and innovation. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND DECISION MAKING ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Organize and supervise educational and recreation program activities; provides supervision for children and staff at program sites and on field trips including transporting kids by bus. Encourages participation in activities, ensures children are accounted for at all times, and adheres to safety policies and procedures including pickup and drop off of children. Clean up during program hours as required for all programs (janitorial is contracted and is not available during the day). Schedules daily and weekly camp educational lesson plans: crafts, games, and onsite and offsite activities. Assist and coordinating and administering the City's Discovery Camp Program. Participates in monitoring and organizing camp activities; prepares program records and documentation; and performs other related duties. Communicates any concerns or information to the Youth Services Manager and Youth Services Coordinator. DECISION MAKING Must be able to perform duties safely and apply policies and procedures appropriately. Supervise children at all times. Must be able to facilitate and supervise an atmosphere that encourages challenge, learning, and growth. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS (Salary is dependent upon qualifications) MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS High School Diploma and completion of 60 college credit hours in natural sciences, science/elementary education, recreation administration, or related field. Ability to learn and administer first aid. Experience working with children required. 2 years related experience required Must possess a valid Texas Driver's License with an acceptable driving record. CORE COMPETENCIES AND PHYSICAL DEMANDS CORE COMPETENCIES Must be able to read city and departmental policies, procedure manuals and memos. Writing skills are necessary to prepare reports, activity logs, safety inspection forms and accident reports. Effective verbal and written communication skills are required; must be able to maintain positive working relationships with site personnel, supervisors, program participants, and parents. PHYSICAL DEMANDS AND WORKING CONDITIONS Physical requirements include lifting up to 30 pounds occasionally. Subject to standing, sitting, walking, vision, hearing and talking frequently; lifting, carrying, pushing/pulling, reaching, handling, fine dexterity, kneeling, crouching, crawling, bending, twisting, climbing and balancing occasionally. Working conditions involve indoor and outdoor work, in the heat, sun, high humidity and wind; occasionally exposed to swimming pool chemicals, slippery surfaces; noise around crowds and whistles. Safety Sensitive Position. Closing Date/Time: 5/24/2019 11:59 PM Central
San Marcos, TX San Marcos, Texas, United States
May 11, 2019
Temporary
JOB SUMMARY Job Summary Supervises aquatic program; supervises and schedules lifeguard personnel; maintains pool and mechanical systems; performs pool administration and maintenance; and plans and schedules special events and programs. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND DECISION MAKING Essential Functions Assists the Aquatics Supervisor and Pool Manager with the supervision and training of summer lifeguard employees about water safety, City policies and regulations. Assists with the administration of swimming pool programs including swimming lessons, pool parties, and other activities. Helps set up and prepare area during special events. Maintains pool and pool area including mechanical equipment, decks, and bathrooms. Conducts routine tests such as chemical levels; vacuums pool; backwashes; uses net to clean water surface; and picks up trash. Keeps log of test results and attends related training sessions as necessary. Performs routine paperwork and maintains program files; keeps records of swimming lesson certificates; communicates needs of facility to pool manager or Aquatic Supervisor; and compiles reports as needed. Miscellaneous: Communicates with the public, explains policies and identifies Decision Making Uses judgment to coordinate activities and to act appropriately in emergency situations. Assists in supervising pool staff; assigns duties, trains and in evaluating work performance. Responsible for assisting in scheduling and organizing pool staff. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS (Salary is dependent upon qualifications) Minimum Requirements High school diploma or equivalent. One season of pool management experience and two seasons of lifeguard/swim instructor experience is required. Valid Texas Driver's License with an acceptable driving record required. Must be 18 years old. Red Cross Lifeguard Certificate required. City offered certification course registration: www.sanmarcostx.gov/activeSMTX Please follow the link and search 'lifeguard' to register for a class. Preferred Qualifications Red Cross Water Safety Instructor certification preferred. CORE COMPETENCIES AND PHYSICAL DEMANDS Core Competencies Effective oral communication skills are required. Extensive contact with the public, must be able to interact in a courteous and professional manner. Basic calculations to balance cash receipts, measure chemicals, and check test results. Physical Demands and Working Conditions Physical requirements include working outdoors in heat, humidity and wind. Exposed to chlorine, muriatic acid and other pool chemicals. Navigates slippery surfaces; exposed to noise from crowds, whistles and pump room. Subject to standing, sitting, vision, hearing, talking, lifting, carrying, pushing, pulling reaching, handling, kneeling, crouching, bending, twisting, climbing, balancing, handling, foot controls, fine dexterity. Work Hours 9:00-6:00, M-F Weekend/evenings required FLSA Status Non-Exempt Position is Safety Sensitive. Closing Date/Time: 5/30/2019 11:59 PM Central
San Marcos, TX San Marcos, Texas, United States
May 11, 2019
Part Time
JOB SUMMARY JOB SUMMARY Performs lifeguard duties at the City's Activity Center Natatorium; provides customer service and assistance to patrons; participates in maintaining pool facilities; prepares departmental records and logs; and performs other related duties. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND DECISION MAKING ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Serves as lifeguard and monitors the safety of aquatic facility patrons (occasional required to work the outdoor pool): Participates in enforcing safety policies and procedures. Observes for signs of distressed swimmers, unsafe pool/deck conditions, and/or inclement weather. Initiates rescues; administers First Aid, CPR, AED, and/or other care to distressed swimmers. Performs safety checks before, during, and after assigned shifts. Accommodates swimmers and pool activities: Arranges open swim lanes; removes lane ropes. Provides swimming equipment; operates chair lift. Participates in maintaining aquatic facilities: Cleans pool and deck area; checks cleanliness of rest rooms. Vacuums, sweeps, removes trash, and performs other janitorial duties Tests, monitors, and documents water temperature, water quality, and chemical levels; adds/changes chemicals as appropriate. Backwashes pool system. Documents daily pool activities and number of customers per hour. Assists with swimming lessons as required. Maintains required certifications through policy updates and in-service training. DECISION MAKING This position works under general supervision. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS (Salary is dependent upon qualifications) MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS High School Diploma or equivalent is required. Previous lifeguard experience is desirable. Red Cross Lifeguard, CPR, First Aid, and AED certifications are required. CORE COMPETENCIES AND PHYSICAL DEMANDS CORE COMPETENCIES Must be able to read and comprehend regulations, municipal codes, handbooks, and manuals; must be able to review/prepare facility records, logs, and documentation. Effective verbal and written communication skills are required; must be able to maintain positive working relationships with City departments and personnel, patrons, and the general public. PHYSICAL DEMANDS AND WORKING CONDITIONS Physical requirements include lifting up to 150 pounds occasionally. Subject to vision and hearing constantly; standing, sitting, walking, lifting, carrying, pushing/pulling, reaching, handling, climbing, balancing and talking occasionally; fine dexterity, kneeling, crouching, crawling, bending and twisting rarely. Working conditions involve exposure to variable and/or extreme weather conditions, wet surfaces, water, pool maintenance equipment, hazardous chemicals, infectious diseases, and blood borne pathogens. Safety Sensitive Position. Closing Date/Time: 5/29/2019 11:59 PM Central
San Marcos, TX San Marcos, Texas, United States
May 04, 2019
Full Time
JOB SUMMARY JOB SUMMARY The GIS Manager provides leadership, direction, and support to the GIS Division of the Department of Information Technology. This position is responsible for the coordination and management of GIS workflow and projects, design and implementation of GIS applications and programs and databases, preparation and monitoring of the GIS budget, and the supervision and development of GIS team members. Advises and consults with City departments on the use of GIS programs and applications. Coordinates training and provides educational opportunities on GIS related topics for City departments. The GIS Manager is required to provide excellent customer service, resolve problems in a timely manner, communicate effectively, and be a positive contributor to the Information Technology team. Position will remain open until filled. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND DECISION MAKING ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Supervises, directs, and evaluates assigned staff, resolving employee concerns and problems, directing work, counseling, disciplining, and completing employee performance appraisals. Manages and oversees the planning, coordinating, and maintenance of Citywide or GIS business functions, including business processes for the upkeep of spatial data. Leads and participates in the development, implementation and evaluation of GIS goals and objectives across the organization. Serves as the primary resource to City Departments, external agencies, vendors, and citizens for GIS projects, questions, and issues. Establishes, implements, and reviews work policies, procedures, and plans for the system in conjunction with GIS Steering Committee; monitors system activities and usage to adjust as needed. Works with Information Technology (IT) technical staff to monitor system hardware performance to maximize efficiency of equipment and software; recommends hardware and software updates; coordinates training opportunities and technical support required to utilize new GIS hardware and software acquisitions and upgrades. Coordinates organizational initiatives, projects, user requirements, and system capabilities; oversees the development and implementation of special projects. Prepares documents, correspondence, technical and management reports for the enterprise GIS; develops applicable operational standards, manuals and guidelines for the enterprise GIS. Works with and directs the performance of vendors retained under contract to complete tasks relating to the enterprise GIS; monitors work scope, task schedules, and contract budgets and vendor personnel performance. Works with and keeps the GIS Steering Committee informed to establish common goals, operational objectives, project priorities, operational policies and strategic plans within which multi-departmental GIS initiatives are formulated, funded, and implemented; acts as liaison between the GIS user group and the GIS Steering Committee. Prepares detailed annual and ad hoc budget reports relating to the enterprise GIS and seeks grant funding for system improvements, new and enhances databases, digital imagery and other GIS related activities. Perform as needed: analysis, mapping, application configuration and deployment, geodatabase development. Represents the enterprise GIS in a professional manner to present and explain its mission, priorities, benefits, and work tasks to elected officials, user groups, and the community at large. Position is designated as essential personnel during emergency situations. DECISION MAKING Analytical thinking to involve observations, experience, evaluation and reasoning. Manage internal and external resources if assigned to project. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS (Salary is dependent upon qualifications) MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS Bachelor's Degree in GIS, Geography, Engineering, Computer Science or related field required. Additional work experience may be substituted for a degree on year for year basis. Five (5) years progressive professional-level experience in the design, development, implementation and administration of geographic information systems, including project management and oversight; or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Three (3) years of supervisory experience. Must be able to pass FBI criminal background fingerprint check and can comply with state and federal requirements for criminal justice information security standards. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: Experience in managing a distributed GIS team Experience in managing enterprise solutions GISP (GIS Professional) certification ESRI Certification (Developer, Enterprise) Training/Certifications : Must obtain ITIL Foundation certification within 1 year of hire. CORE COMPETENCIES AND PHYSICAL DEMANDS CORE COMPETENCIES Considerable knowledge of the principles of management and organization. Considerable knowledge of Geographic Information Systems standards, practices and procedures. Considerable knowledge of ESRI software. Knowledge of database management systems principles. Ability to successfully manage projects requiring the application of planning, process initiation, communication, control, leadership, resources and personnel management, monitoring, decision making and closing skills, principles, tools and techniques. Ability to anticipate, plan and coordinate the work of subordinate technical and team members of other departments. Ability to analyze problems and situations and to present appropriate facts and recommendations concisely in written and oral form. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with co-workers, system users, and the public. Manage conflict, negotiate, and resolve employee relations issues and grievances. PHYSICAL DEMANDS AND WORK ENVIRONMENT: Work generally performed in a climate controlled building with minimal exposure to outdoor weather conditions. The physical requirements of the job include the ability to sit, talk, kneel, bend at both the waist and knee, reach with the arms over the head, and hear, both on the telephone and in person, using regular conversational tones; vision requires the ability to focus and read printouts, computer, screens, and other written material. Duties may require lifting up to 30 pounds and have the use of hands and fingers to perform essential functions of the job, i.e., typing, data entry, using the calculator, and operating other office equipment. Working conditions involve occasional exposure to variable and /or extreme weather conditions when responding to emergencies, working at heights, and working in confined spaces. Safety Sensitive Position. Closing Date/Time: 6/1/2019 11:59 PM Central
San Marcos, TX San Marcos, Texas, United States
Apr 29, 2019
Temporary
JOB SUMMARY Job Summary The City of San Marcos is looking for energetic individuals to staff our Summer Fun Program. The program provides area children, ages 7 thru 14, with a fun-filled summer that includes games, activities and field trips! This is a temporary employment. The program runs for 8 weeks. There will also be 1 week for training and 1 week for in service- totaling 10 weeks. An exit interview with Youth Services Manager may be required at close of program. The Summer Fun Program Coordinator reports to the Youth Services Manager. The Program Coordinator plans, coordinates and administers the City's Summer Fun Youth Program; organizes and monitors program activities; conducts counseling sessions; prepares and maintains program records; and supervises assigned personnel. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND DECISION MAKING Essential Functions Supervises Assistant Site Supervisor and Activity Leader positions; trains and educates workers concerning City and departmental policies and procedures; supervises and administers program activities on playground campus site for 150 participants. Supervises and trains approximately 25 summer workers about City and Parks and Recreation policies and procedures; manages and administers the Summer Fun Program. Prepares and schedules on and off campus site activities for approximately 300 school aged children at 2 playground campus sites. Drives to each activity site to supervise and train employees; oversees, administers and monitors program activities. Maintains program documentation and responds to "on-call" situations. On-call 24 hours for any problem or situation which may arise which involves the Summer Fun Recreation program and activities. Other Miscellaneous Duties: Parent and child counseling. Decision Making Trains and monitors approximately 25 temporary employees. Planning ability; ability to assign appropriate summer personnel for various program activities. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS (Salary is dependent upon qualifications) Minimum Requirements An Associate's Degree in Education, Recreation Administration, or related field is required. Five years supervisory experience working with children in recreation and/or education setting is required. Valid Texas Driver's License with acceptable driving record. CPR/First Aid Certification is required during week of training- administered by COSM Required to do Community Services Required to work a full 10 weeks with the program. Preferred Qualifications Extensive experience working with children is preferred. CORE COMPETENCIES AND PHYSICAL DEMANDS Core Competencies Effective communication skills needed to deal with staff members; handling public concerns regarding the Summer Fun Program; child and parent counseling. Ability to deal effectively with several problems at one time; deal appropriately with several individuals in solving problems; analyze various types of data and reach conclusions. Basic calculations for review of enrollment controls. Physical Demands and Working Conditions Physical requirements include working outdoors in extreme heat, humidity and wind. Occasionally exposed to pool chemicals, slippery surfaces, and noise around crowds and whistles. Subject to standing, sitting, hearing, talking, vision, lifting up to 20 lbs., pushing, pulling, handling, fine dexterity, foot controls, crouching, banding, twisting, climbing, balancing and reaching. FLSA Status Non-Exempt Closing Date/Time: 5/22/2019 11:59 PM Central
San Marcos, TX San Marcos, Texas, United States
Apr 29, 2019
Full Time
JOB SUMMARY The City of San Marcos will conduct a Civil Service Examination in order to establish an eligibility list for hiring Firefighters. This eligibility list will be in effect for a period of one year from the test date or until the list has been exhausted, whichever occurs first. Test Date: June 10, 2019 Time: NO ADMITTANCE TO THE TEST SITE AFTER 9:00 AM Test site: San Marcos Activity Center, 501 E. Hopkins, San Marcos, Texas 78666 Starting Salary: $4,290 Monthly Incentive Pay: Firefighters are eligible to receive incentive pay for Education, TCFP Certification, and/or Advanced EMS certifications (see below for more information) Hiring Incentive: We are offering a hiring incentive to candidates holding a current Paramedic certification, and who are hired from this list, of $3,000 (half at hire and half at successful completion of the probationary period). The Lateral Entry Program provides candidates with at least 2 years prior full-time work experience in a comparable fire/EMS agency, with no break in service of 180 days or more, with the ability to start above the first step of the pay scale. The Fire Chief makes the decision regarding eligibility for lateral entry. Placement may be up to step 19.3 of the pay scale based on years of experience in a comparable agency. TO VIEW ESSENTIAL HIRING INFO: CLICK HERE ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND DECISION MAKING MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS INCLUDE: Must be at least eighteen (18) years of age and not over thirty-five (35) years of age on the date of the entrance examination. Must be a high school graduate or have an equivalency certificate certified by the issuing agency (i.e.: Texas Education Agency). Must possess a Basic (or above) Structure Fire Suppression Certification from the Texas Commission on Fire Protection or documentation from the Texas Commission on Fire Protection stating that the candidate is certified as a firefighter on the date of examination. Must hold a Texas Department of State Health Services "DSHS" Emergency Medical Services Certification EMT-Basic or higher (National Registry, Licensed, or Certification) on the date of examination. Must be able to obtain a Class B Texas Driver's License within one year of employment. Must comply with all applicable Civil Service Requirements and Regulations. OTHER REQUIREMENTS: Proof of valid driver's license with an acceptable driving record. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS (Salary is dependent upon qualifications) Additional Points -Candidates who pass the examination with a score of 70% or more may be eligible to receive a maximum of five (5) additional points as outlined below. The required documents must be attached through the application process by June 4th to be eligible for the additional points: - Military Points (5 points): Two (2) years prior honorable military experience (Honorable discharge from the United States Armed Forces). The DD-214 must reflect at least 2 years of active duty AND the word "Honorable" must be printed in the "Character of Service" section. The "Member-4" form includes the character of service. - Bachelor's Degree or greater (3 points): A copy of the certified transcript must be provided. Required Certifications must be provided: The required certifications (highest level for each) must be attached through the application process by June 4th to be eligible to take the exam June 10th. 1. Texas Commission on Fire Protection Basic (or above) Structure Fire Suppression Certification. 2. DSHS Emergency Medical Services Certification EMT-Basic or higher (National Registry, Licensed, or Certification). CORE COMPETENCIES AND PHYSICAL DEMANDS Physical Ability Exercise: Candidates are encouraged to review the following: SMFD Physical Ability Exercise Candidates successfully completing the written exam should be prepared to complete the Physical Ability Exercise that same day. The swim exercise will occur immediately upon verification of a passing score on the written exam. Once the candidate has successfully completed the swim exercise, they will complete the Aerial Ladder exercise. The top scoring 20 candidates on the written exam, that have successfully completed both exercises, will be required to report to Station 5 for the Ability Course portion of the Exercise. Details are provided below: Event: Ability Course Portion of the Physical Ability Exercise Date: June 10, 2019 Time: Roll Call: TBD based on number of candidates Place: San Marcos Fire Station #5, 100 Carlson Circle, San Marcos, Texas 78666 Closing Date/Time: 6/4/2019 11:59 PM Central
San Marcos, TX San Marcos, Texas, United States
Apr 10, 2019
Full Time
JOB SUMMARY Job Summary Provide Tier 2/3 Support for the Information Technology Department; thorough working knowledge of infrastructure operations and maintenance in a Windows and Linux environment; assist project teams in the Planning, design and implementation of the various phases of projects; responsible for effective installation/configurations, operation, and maintenance of systems and vendor software; assists in a variety of technical work relative to area of assignment; participates in maintaining the City's computer network, systems, storage, and related equipment; provide innovative technical ideas and solutions to the Information Technology Department. POSITION WILL REMAIN OPEN UNTIL FILLED We are looking for a member to join our team who exemplifies our core values of integrity, teamwork, professionalism, customer experience and innovation. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND DECISION MAKING Essential Functions Installs, configures, maintains, and advances analysis of various types of computer hardware and software. Generates and installs vendor system software products and components in order to IT requirements. Ensures the effective operation of all Systems. Maintains and updates major applications in order to ensure interface of operational functions and to identify and correct software problems. Isolates, performs quality assurance testing on, and corrects system software problems in order to recover full production status and prevent future failures and malfunctions. Communicates with internal technical personnel in order to provide technical advice and accomplish assigned work. Develop and maintain installation and configuration procedures. Contribute to and maintain system standards. Research and recommend innovative, and where possible automated approaches to system administration tasks. Perform daily system monitoring, verifying the integrity and availability of all hardware, server resources, system and key processes, reviewing system and application logs, and verifying completion of scheduled jobs such as backups Perform regular security monitoring to identify any possible intrusions. Apply upgrades on a regular basis, and upgrade administrative tools and utilities. Perform ongoing performance tuning, and resource optimization as required. Assist in maintaining data center environmental and monitoring equipment. Responds to and resolves technical requests/problems submitted by City departments and personnel: Contacts and coordinates with vendors regarding the repair of systems under warranty. Provide Tier 3/other support services Participate in the creation, implementation and maintenance of a Knowledge Base, Change Management tool and Configuration Manager System. Escorts vendors and repair contractors. Provide excellent customer service skills both internally and our user community. Establishes and maintains effective working relationships. Conducts research regarding computer hardware, software, and/or other related equipment, provides related recommendations, and obtains vendor information. Plans, coordinates, implements, and/or oversees assigned technology projects. Optimize client and internal satisfaction through teamwork and a strong commitment to customer service Other duties as assigned Maybe subject to on-call duties and called out during emergencies Decision Making Must be able to analyze situations and determine the solution to technical issues with minimal supervision . MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS (Salary is dependent upon qualifications) Minimum Requirements Commensurate combination of education and experience equivalent to a Bachelor's Degree in Management Information Systems or related field may be considered. Minimum of 2 years of experience in Systems Administration or related field required. Knowledge of multiple software applications and operating systems, including, but not limited to: Microsoft Operating Systems, Unix based OS, Networking protocols, Microsoft SQL, Oracle Database, MySQL, virtualization, and VoIP system. Must possess a valid Texas Driver's License with an acceptable driving record. Must be able to pass FBI criminal background fingerprint check, and have the ability to comply with state and federal requirements for criminal justice information security standards. Training/Certifications Must obtain ITIL Foundation certification within 1 year. Technology related certifications preferred. CORE COMPETENCIES AND PHYSICAL DEMANDS Core Competencies Must be able to read and comprehend departmental policies, technical/repair manuals, and user guides. Effective verbal and written communication skills are required; must be able to maintain positive working relationships with City departments and personnel, outside agencies, and vendors. Physical Demands and Working Conditions Work generally performed in a climate controlled building with minimal exposure to outdoor weather conditions. The physical requirements of the job include the ability to sit, talk, kneel, bend at both the waist and knee, reach with the arms over the head, and hear, both on the telephone and in person, using regular conversational tones; vision requires the ability to focus and read printouts, computer, screens, and the written material. Duties may require lifting up to 50 pounds and have the use of hands and fingers to perform essential functions of the job, i.e., typing, data entry, using the calculator, and operating other office equipment. Working conditions involve occasional exposure to variable and/or extreme weather conditions, diesel generators and/or other machinery with moving parts, working in confined spaces, and hazards associated with moving/lifting equipment and furniture is involved. Computer room is kept at 70 degrees and may be drafty. Noisy work environment, i.e. generators, alarms, and staff talking on phones (noises are intermittent and constant). Safety Sensitive Position. Closing Date/Time: 5/27/2019 11:59 PM Central
San Marcos, TX San Marcos, Texas, United States
Apr 03, 2019
Full Time
JOB SUMMARY Installs, repairs, and maintains line equipment on behalf of the San Marcos Electric Utility Department; connects commercial and residential electrical services; maintains and/or installs electric meters and street lights; performs tree trimming; repairs and maintains rights-of-way; responds to power outages and/or other emergencies; operates and maintains various types of work equipment and tools; and performs other related duties. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND DECISION MAKING Essential Functions Installs, removes, inspects, repairs, and maintains overhead/underground electrical lines and related equipment; locates and marks underground lines; performs switching of primary feeders; identifies and troubleshoots line issues; changes out faulty transformers; connects residential and commercial electrical services. Performs a variety of duties associated with the restoration of electric services: Troubleshoots and assists in resolving unplanned power outages. Participates in restoring power services in a safe and timely manner. Communicates with utility customers regarding electrical complaints, planned outages, and potential electric hazards. Installs, removes, inspects, and seals electric meters. Repairs, maintains, and installs street and/or customer lights; strings conductors; replaces old lighting with energy efficient lighting as required. Performs tree trimming; removes trees, brush, rocks, and boulders; repairs, clears, and repairs rights-of-way; hauls materials to dump for disposal as assigned. Installs substation breakers and connections; assists with remote terminal unit connections and programming. Operates various types of equipment including line trucks, aerial lift trucks, chipper trucks, digger trucks, and pulling equipment; cleans and maintains assigned vehicles; performs minor repairs and vehicle servicing. Miscellaneous: Prepares, updates, tracks, and maintains computerized work orders. Completes time tickets and job related reports. Provides training to apprentices and/or helpers as assigned. Performs other related duties as required. Decision Making This position works under general supervision. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS (Salary is dependent upon qualifications) Minimum Requirements High School Diploma or equivalent is required. Two (2) years experience working as a lineman 2 (apprentice) is required. Lineman Certification required or proven job skill set maybe accepted. Must possess a valid Texas Class (A) Commercial Driver's License or obtain one within 90 days. Must possess a valid Class (A) Commercial Driver's License with an acceptable driving record. Must be able to respond to night and weekend on-call duty; with response time of 60 minutes to city limits. Basic computer skills to check emails and enter time worked are required. Subject to on-call duty after hours. Must be able to respond within 1 hour for emergency calls. Regular attendance is required to perform the essential functions of the job. CORE COMPETENCIES AND PHYSICAL DEMANDS Core Competencies Must be able to read/comprehend electrical drawings, blueprints, specifications, maps and job order documentation. Effective verbal and written communication skills are required; must be able to maintain positive working relationships with City departments and personnel, outside agencies, electrical contractors, utility customers, and the general public. Physical Demands and Working Conditions Physical requirements include lifting up to 100 pounds occasionally. Subject to standing, walking, lifting, carrying, pushing/pulling, reaching, handling, climbing, balancing, vision and hearing frequently; sitting, fine dexterity, bending, twisting, talking and foot controls occasionally. Working conditions involves exposure to variable and/or extreme weather conditions, heavy equipment and high voltage electrical currents, working at heights, hazardous chemicals materials, infectious diseases, wild life, and stray/vicious animals. FLSA Status Non-Exempt Safety Sensitive Position. Closing Date/Time:
San Marcos, TX San Marcos, Texas, United States
Mar 21, 2019
Full Time
JOB SUMMARY JOB SUMMARY Responsible for performing plans reviews and inspection of construction projects for compliance with adopted building codes including: electrical, plumbing, fire and mechanical codes; as well as, city ordinances and state laws. The main goal of this position is to protect the health and safety of the community with emphasis on electrical systems. Works under the direction of the Chief Building Official. We are looking for a member to join our team who exemplifies our core values of integrity, teamwork, professionalism, customer experience and innovation. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND DECISION MAKING ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS 1. Conducts inspection and documentation of Residential and Commercial Construction Projects: Conducts field inspections of building, plumbing, electrical and mechanical systems for compliance with appropriate codes, regulations and approved plans/specifications. Inspects alterations and additions to existing buildings to ensure conformity with approved building codes. Specializes in advanced and complex electrical inspection. Through Inspection Anywhere web-based system, tracks and maintains data and detailed results on completed inspections, complaints and violations. 2. Completes Residential and Commercial Building Plan Review with emphasis in Electrical: Through the MyPermitNow web-based system, evaluates and completes construction plans/specifications for compliance with city, state and federal codes, including, but not limited to, the international building codes. • Reviews various records and documentation relating to plan review, e.g., construction plans and specifications, drawings, schematics, diagrams, and standard codes. Assists and advises the general public (architects, contractors, developers, engineers, homeowners, etc.) and other City departments in matters relating to building construction and code requirements.• Works collaboratively to provide technical assistance to other department and division staff regarding code interpretation, permitting functions, inspection requirements, and construction specifications.• Receives, responds and provides resolution to inquiries and concerns from contractors, the general public, the business community, and other departments regarding department and division related issues. • Identifies and interprets non-compliance concerns in plans and specifications; specifies plans or actions necessary to bring plans into regulatory compliance. • Coordinates work and projects with other departments and outside agencies where applicable, e.g., permit processing staff, construction inspectors, and contractors. • Maintains current knowledge of issues, trends and developments in regulatory standards and building code requirements governing the construction industry. 3. Assists the Building Official with implementing City and departmental policies and procedures, coordinating training and adopting amendments of construction codes. 4. Participates in continuing education, professional development and building trade organizations as approved by the Chief Building Official. 5. Miscellaneous: Performs related duties as directed by the Chief Building Official. May be called out for after hour or emergency inspections. May be required to testify in court regarding violations. DECISION MAKING Ability to understand and successfully contribute to the building permit process. Ability to exercise balanced judgment in evaluating situations and in making decisions. Ability to draw sound conclusions from prepared analysis and recommend code changes. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS (Salary is dependent upon qualifications) MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS High School Diploma or equivalent required. Texas Master Electrician License issued by the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation (TDLR) Five years directly related experience in building inspection or seven years of experience in electrical construction or building trades including reading construction plans. Valid Texas Driver's License with an acceptable driving record is required. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS International Code Council (ICC) certification as Residential and Commercial Electrical Inspector (must hold both licenses or be able to obtain the certificate within one (1) year of employment as a condition of continued employment). Previous experience in reviewing building plans is highly preferred. Texas State Plumbing Inspector License is highly preferred. Two years of college or technical training in construction, blue print reading, architecture or a related field is preferred. CORE COMPETENCIES AND PHYSICAL DEMANDS CORE COMPETENCIES Ability to read codes, ordinances, plans, engineering reports, legal documents, computer screen, permits, signs, specifications, schematics, various forms. Ability to write correspondence, reports, and legal documents. Performs electrical calculations, determines square footage, height in area, setbacks, sizing of pipe, determine occupancy requirements and load as required for plan review. Performs abstract reasoning to analyze information gathered from inspection and determine code violation; interpret code and apply to specific situations. Good verbal communication skills to deal effectively with the public and other professionals. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with internal and external customers as well as public officials. Ability to enforce codes and ordinances firmly, tactfully and impartially. Ability to organize work, establish priorities, meet established deadlines, and follow up on assignments with minimal direction. PHYSICAL DEMANDS AND WORKING CONDITIONS Physical requirements include lifting up to 50 pounds frequently and the ability to navigate multistory stairways at construction sites. Subject to vision constantly; standing, sitting, walking, lifting, carrying, handling, fine dexterity, hearing and talking; pushing/pulling, reaching, kneeling, crouching, crawling, bending, twisting, climbing, balancing and foot controls frequently. Working conditions involve work inside/outside during all types of weather; in extreme temperatures, in attics; during mechanical inspections, mechanical room temperature can be below 0 degrees in freezer unit or above 100 degrees in unconditioned space; potential for exposure to hazards such as paint and solvent sprays, asbestos, carbon monoxide, freon, dust, fiberglass, paint, methane gas; scaffolding; electrical hazards from high voltage and energized wire; high noise level around heavy equipment, compressors, mechanical rooms and saws; eye hazards around welding. Safety sensitive position. Closing Date/Time: 5/23/2019 11:59 PM Central
City of San Marcos, Texas San Marcos, TX, USA
Mar 14, 2019
Full Time
Assists in providing administrative direction to the planning, building, CDBG, and permitting divisions, as well as planning and zoning, subdivision development, land use planning, code interpretation, CDBG monitoring, and workforce housing. Performs City planning and zoning functions, responds to citizen inquiries and complaints, reviews plans and plats submitted to the City for approval for conformity with Master Plan and zoning ordinances, and reviews and develops long-range planning reports. Assists with the preparation and administration of the budget for planning, building, and CDBG divisions. Assists with interviews, selections, training, and evaluating subordinate departmental personnel.  Confers with and advises architects, builders, attorneys, contractors, engineers, and the general public regarding City development policies and procedures. Consults with, conducts studies for, answers questions from, and makes presentations and recommendations to the Planning and Zoning Commission, City Council, Zoning Board of Adjustments, Construction Standard Board of Adjustments, Historic Preservation Commission, and other governmental and private sector organizations and groups. Assists in conducting surveys and making statistical analyses of data collected.
San Marcos, TX San Marcos, Texas, United States
Mar 08, 2019
Temporary
JOB SUMMARY JOB SUMMARY The City of San Marcos is looking for energetic individuals to staff our Summer Fun Program. The program provides area children, ages 7 thru 14, with a fun-filled summer that includes games, activities and field trips! This is a temporary employment. The program begins on June 10, 2019 and runs for 8 weeks. There will also be 1 week for training and 1 week for in service- totaling 10 weeks. An exit interview with Youth Services Manager may be required at close of program. Training begins June 3, 2019. Performs child supervision duties; planning and implementation of engaging activities; maintains campus site area. We are looking for a member to join our team who exemplifies our core values of integrity, teamwork, professionalism, customer experience and innovation. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND DECISION MAKING ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Performs child supervision duties for both on and off campus program activities; administers first aid; enforces adherence to safety rules; fills out handwritten forms; performs safety inspections daily. Administers recreation activities on a playground campus site including structured activities; bowling, skating, swimming, movies and special field trips. Maintains campus site area; cleans floors; picks up trash; cleans bathrooms and performs other janitorial work as needed. DECISION MAKING Must be able to perform duties safely and apply policies and procedures appropriately. Supervise children at all times. Must be able to facilitate an atmosphere that encourages challenge, learning, and growth. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS (Salary is dependent upon qualifications) MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS Must be at least 16 years of age. Required to do some community outreach Required to work a full 10 weeks with the program. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS Previous experience working with young children is preferred. CORE COMPETENCIES AND PHYSICAL DEMANDS CORE COMPETENCIES Good communication skills needed to administer and supervise recreational activities to children; ability to handle emergency situations in a calm manner. Ability to administer recreational activities in a safe and effective manner while complying with applicable City rules, regulations, and policies. Ability to respond to emergency situations and to take appropriate action when necessary. PHYSICAL DEMANDS AND WORKING CONDITIONS Physical requirements include working outdoors in extreme heat, humidity and wind. Occasionally exposed to pool chemicals, slippery surfaces, and noise around crowds and whistles. Subject to standing, sitting, hearing, talking, vision, lifting up to 20 lbs., pushing, pulling, handling, fine dexterity, crouching, banding, twisting, climbing, balancing and reaching. Closing Date/Time: 5/21/2019 11:59 PM Central
San Marcos, TX San Marcos, Texas, United States
Feb 23, 2019
Temporary
JOB SUMMARY Job Summary Performs lifeguard duties; maintain pool and pool area. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND DECISION MAKING Essential Functions Perform lifeguard duties; guard pool; rescue drowning swimmers; administer first aid; enforce adherence to safety rules in the pool; fill out forms; maintain certification through in-service training; perform safety inspections daily. Maintain pool and pool area: maintain mechanical equipment; check chemical levels in the pool; pick up trash; clean decks; vacuum; clean bathrooms and perform janitorial work as needed; attend in-service training for pool maintenance. Assist in teaching swimming lessons; guard swimmers taking lessons and provide assistance for first aid. Decision Making This position works under general supervision. Uses judgment to determine action needed during emergency situations. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS (Salary is dependent upon qualifications) Minimum Requirements Must be at least 16 years old Must possess American Red Cross Life guarding Certification upon hire. Certification Classes offered by City. To register, follow the link below and search 'lifeguard': www.sanmarcostx.gov/activeSMTX CORE COMPETENCIES AND PHYSICAL DEMANDS Core Competencies Able to handle people effectively in emergency situations, good oral communication skills to teach lessons and educate the public. Extensive contact with the public, must be able to interact in a courteous and professional manner. Basic calculations to measure chemicals. Physical Demands and Working Conditions Physical requirements include working outdoors in heat, humidity and wind. Exposed to chlorine, muriatic acid and other pool chemicals. Navigates slippery surfaces; exposed to noise from crowds, whistles and pump room. Subject to standing, sitting, vision, hearing, talking, lifting, carrying, pushing, pulling reaching, handling, kneeling, crouching, bending, twisting, climbing, balancing, handling, foot controls, fine dexterity. Work Hours 9:00-6:00, M-F Weekend/evenings required FLSA Status Non-Exempt Safety Sensitive Position. Closing Date/Time: 5/29/2019 11:59 PM Central