Town of Oro Valley

Oro Valley is a planned community cradled in the shadows of the magnificent Santa Catalina Mountains, with hiking trails through Catalina State Park, hiking and bicycle trails throughout the Town, world-class golf courses, horseback riding and a long-valued cultural tradition, vibrant for over a thousand years.  Oro Valley has received many accolades through the years and is proud to have been named:  Best Places to Live in Arizona, Best Towns for Families and Best Places in America to Live and Launch a Small Business. 

Oro Valley is located in northern Pima County, just three miles north of Tucson, and a quick drive to the University of Arizona and Tucson International Airport. With average high temperatures of 83.4 degrees, average lows of 53.8 degrees, the town sits at an elevation of 2,640 feet, covers more than 34 square miles and has a current population of 41,011. Oro Valley was incorporated in April, 1974.  Oro Valley is also quickly developing a strong reputation as home to the emerging bioscience and biotech industries. We are a young, diverse, dynamic community with a responsive government and our schools are among the finest in Arizona.
  The Town of Oro Valley has a council/manager form of government. Six council members and the mayor are elected for four-year terms. The town manager is appointed by town council.  The Town of Oro Valley provides high-quality services including: police, planning, zoning, construction, inspection, transit services, traffic engineering, street maintenance, storm water management, flood control, water utility, parks, recreation, aquatics, cultural resources, economic development, constituent services, community and media relations, budget development, debt and investment management, attorney services, magistrate court and more.

15 job(s) at Town of Oro Valley

Town of Oro Valley, AZ Oro Valley, AZ, United States
Jul 14, 2018
Part Time
POSITION SUMMARY This is an up to19 hour/week position. Under direct supervision of the Center Director provides group fitness instruction, monitors, educates patrons on fitness and safety, and maintains a safe and enjoyable atmosphere for class participants. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Teaches scheduled classes, beginning and ending on time; provides adequate warm-up, exercises, stretching, and cool down. Instructs patrons on effective workout methods; explains proper techniques, demonstrates exercises; identifies different muscle groups, and teaches appropriate methods to strengthen specific muscles. Prepares appropriate equipment, music, and handouts for each class. Assists patrons, answers questions, and maintains a positive exercise experience for members and class participants. Keeps management informed of customer and facility needs. Ensures that safety standards are met, and that department and facility policies are adhered to. Performs related duties as required. REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES: Knowledge of Town and Department policies and procedures. Working knowledge of human anatomy, kinesiology and training principles. Knowledge of group fitness teaching strategies and the incorporation of music, tempo, cueing technique, and rhythm. Choreography and music skills. Ability to be professional and motivate class participants. Ability to cooperate and work well with other staff members. Skill in establishing and maintaining effective working relationships. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Must be at least 18 years of age. Must possess current Red Cross CPR certification. Certified Instructor (ACE, AFAA) or equivalent. Additional specialty/certifications preferred. PHYSICAL DEMANDS: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to walk, stand, sit and talk or hear. The employee is occasionally required to use hands to finger, handle, feel or operate objects, tools or controls; and reach with hands and arms. The employee is frequently required to climb or balance; stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl. The employee must frequently lift and/or move up to 25 pounds, and occasionally must aide or assist participants off the floor, onto a chair, picking up dumb-bells, etc. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, color vision, and the ability to adjust focus. The employee must have a high degree of energy and have the endurance to complete the workout. ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS AND WORKING CONDITIONS The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee occasionally works with various types of fitness equipment. The noise level in the work environment is usually quiet while in the office, and loud when in the facility and while performing duties. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
Town of Oro Valley, AZ Oro Valley, AZ, United States
Jul 14, 2018
Part Time
POSITION SUMMARY Under close supervision, provides preventive life guarding and aquatic safety measures by monitoring the activities of pool patrons and enforcing pool rules and regulations. Must work 3 shifts per week up to 19 hours or what is provided by the Aquatics Manager. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Provides preventative life guarding and aquatic safety measures by monitoring the activities of the pool patrons. Must complete and maintain vigilance awareness training standards. Enforces swimming and safety rules and regulations. Maintains cleanliness of pool and facility. Performs routine water tests. Searches for and removes safety hazards. Provides customer service and answers questions, complaints or concerns. Responds to emergency situations by performing First Aid, CPR and/or Lifeguard Training Rescues/Techniques. Maintains records and reports of pool activities. Performs maintenance according to the daily log schedule. Regular, daily attendance is an essential function for this position. Duties may include seasonal maintenance work such as heavy cleaning, operating hand power tools, painting, light landscaping and operating small machinery. ESSENTIAL KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS: Knowledge of Town and Department policies and procedures. Knowledge of pool maintenance and operation techniques. Knowledge of customer service practices and techniques. Knowledge of occupational health and safety regulations and procedures. Skill in responding to emergency situations including safely rescuing drowning victims and administering CPR and First Aid. Skill in effective oral and written communication. Skill in planning and implementing department and swimming pool practices and procedures. Skill in resolving customer complaints and concerns. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Must possess at time of application and maintain Lifeguard Training, First Aid, Oxygen Administration and Automated External Defibrillation certifications. Successfully complete background investigation. ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS AND WORKING CONDITIONS Work is performed in indoor and outdoor environments. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
Town of Oro Valley, AZ Oro Valley, AZ, United States
Jul 14, 2018
Intern
POSITION SUMMARY This intern position provides real work experience for students with an interest in civil engineering as directed by a lead project manager. Under the Engineering and Stormwater supervision, provides support in the development of data (digitizing, editing, and mapping) utilizing ArcGIS 10. This position will apply intermediate knowledge of GIS to a variety of data creation and development including scanning plans and various field duties. This is a great opportunity to have hands on experience in a local government Public Works/Stormwater environment. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Maintain a regular and reliable level of attendance. Create new data based on aerial photography and existing data. Edit existing data in order to correct and meet GIS standard for analysis. Properly attribute fields for data analysis and reporting. Assists in creating basic maps and GPS data collection as needed. Assists other GIS users in basic skills. ESSENTIAL KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS: Skill in oral communication. Computer knowledge and data entry methods and procedures. Interest in learning knowledge of engineering and construction practices and principles. Knowledge of personal computer hardware and software. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Current high school senior, undergraduate or graduate student in good standing working towards or desiring a degree in GIS, Civil Engineering or Construction Management within an accredited program. Interest in Civil Engineering and/or GIS fundamentals, surveying, drafting, materials testing (concrete and soils), and general civil engineering design and construction practices. Ability to pay close attention to detail and check the quality of own work. Experience with AutoCAD is a plus. Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite. Ability to communicate effectively, orally and in writing. ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS AND WORKING CONDITIONS Work is performed in indoor and outdoor conditions. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
Town of Oro Valley, AZ Oro Valley, AZ, United States
Jul 14, 2018
Part Time
POSITION SUMMARY We currently do not have any openings, however,we are accepting applications for an eligibility list. Under close supervision, responsible for operating a computer, cash register, answering the telephone, maintaining attendance records, and monitoring the entrance to the Recreation Facility. Must work up to 19 hours per week or what is provided by theManager. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Interacts and communicates with the public and other employees in a courteous and professional manner in person and on the telephone. Operates a computer and facility management software. Collects monies, issues receipts, and operates a cash drawer in an efficient and accurate manner. Operates a multi-line telephone system with voice mail. Keeps the front desk area and equipment neat and orderly. Makes simple mathematical calculations in an efficient and accurate manner. Efficiently distributes recreational equipment and program materials to patrons. Seeks assistance from other employees and/or supervisors when needed. Accurately communicates information to assigned supervisors in a timely and useful manner. Work is performed typically standing; however, walking, bending, stooping, sitting, reaching, climbing stairs, and lifting equipment and objects weighing up to forty (40) pounds is required on an intermittent basis. Performs other duties and special projects as assigned. ESSENTIAL KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS: Knowledge of Town and Department policies and procedures. Knowledge of customer service practices and techniques. Knowledge of occupational health and safety regulations and procedures. Skill in effective oral and written communication. Skill in resolving customer complaints and concerns. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Successfully complete background investigation. ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS AND WORKING CONDITIONS Work is performed in indoor and outdoor environments. May be performed at various locations. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
Town of Oro Valley, AZ Oro Valley, AZ, United States
Jul 14, 2018
Part Time
POSITION SUMMARY This is an up to 19 hour/week position. Under direct supervision of the Center Director provides group fitness instruction, monitors, educates patrons on fitness and safety, and maintains a safe and enjoyable atmosphere for class participants. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Teaches scheduled classes, beginning and ending on time; provides adequate warm-up, exercises, stretching, and cool down. Instructs patrons on effective workout methods; explains proper techniques, demonstrates exercises; identifies different muscle groups, and teaches appropriate methods to strengthen specific muscles. Prepares appropriate equipment, music, and handouts for each class. Assists patrons, answers questions, and maintains a positive exercise experience for members and class participants. Keeps management informed of customer and facility needs. Ensures that safety standards are met, and that department and facility policies are adhered to. Performs related duties as required. REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES: Knowledge of Town and Department policies and procedures. Working knowledge of human anatomy, kinesiology and training principles. Knowledge of group fitness teaching strategies and the incorporation of music, tempo, cueing technique, and rhythm. Choreography and music skills. Ability to be professional and motivate class participants. Ability to cooperate and work well with other staff members. Skill in establishing and maintaining effective working relationships. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Must be at least 18 years of age. Must possess current Red Cross CPR certification. Certified Instructor (ACE, AFAA) or equivalent. Additional specialty/certifications preferred. PHYSICAL DEMANDS: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to walk, stand, sit and talk or hear. The employee is occasionally required to use hands to finger, handle, feel or operate objects, tools or controls; and reach with hands and arms. The employee is frequently required to climb or balance; stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl. The employee must frequently lift and/or move up to 25 pounds, and occasionally must aide or assist participants off the floor, onto a chair, picking up dumb-bells, etc. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, color vision, and the ability to adjust focus. The employee must have a high degree of energy and have the endurance to complete the workout. ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS AND WORKING CONDITIONS The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee occasionally works with various types of fitness equipment. The noise level in the work environment is usually quiet while in the office, and loud when in the facility and while performing duties. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
Town of Oro Valley, AZ Oro Valley, AZ, United States
Jul 14, 2018
Part Time
POSITION SUMMARY Under close supervision, provides preventive life guarding and aquatic safety measures by monitoring the activities of pool patrons and enforcing pool rules and regulations. Must work 3 shifts per week up to 19 hours or what is provided by the Aquatics Manager. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Provides preventative life guarding and aquatic safety measures by monitoring the activities of the pool patrons. Must complete and maintain vigilance awareness training standards. Enforces swimming and safety rules and regulations. Maintains cleanliness of pool and facility. Performs routine water tests. Searches for and removes safety hazards. Provides customer service and answers questions, complaints or concerns. Responds to emergency situations by performing First Aid, CPR and/or Lifeguard Training Rescues/Techniques. Maintains records and reports of pool activities. Performs maintenance according to the daily log schedule. Regular, daily attendance is an essential function for this position. Duties may include seasonal maintenance work such as heavy cleaning, operating hand power tools, painting, light landscaping and operating small machinery. ESSENTIAL KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS: Knowledge of Town and Department policies and procedures. Knowledge of pool maintenance and operation techniques. Knowledge of customer service practices and techniques. Knowledge of occupational health and safety regulations and procedures. Skill in responding to emergency situations including safely rescuing drowning victims and administering CPR and First Aid. Skill in effective oral and written communication. Skill in planning and implementing department and swimming pool practices and procedures. Skill in resolving customer complaints and concerns. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Must possess at time of application and maintain Lifeguard Training, First Aid, Oxygen Administration and Automated External Defibrillation certifications. Successfully complete background investigation. ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS AND WORKING CONDITIONS Work is performed in indoor and outdoor environments. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
Town of Oro Valley, AZ Oro Valley, AZ, United States
Jul 14, 2018
Part Time
POSITION SUMMARY Under close supervision, responsible for operating a computer, cash register, answering the telephone, maintaining attendance records, and monitoring the entrance to the recreation facility. Must work up to 19 hours per week or what is provided by theManager. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Interacts and communicates with the public and other employees in a courteous and professional manner in person and on the telephone. Operates a computer and facility management software. Collects monies, issues receipts, and operates a cash drawer in an efficient and accurate manner. Operates a multi-line telephone system with voice mail. Keeps the front desk area and equipment neat and orderly. Makes simple mathematical calculations in an efficient and accurate manner. Efficiently distributes recreational equipment and program materials to patrons. Seeks assistance from other employees and/or supervisors when needed. Accurately communicates information to assigned supervisors in a timely and useful manner. Work is performed typically standing; however, walking, bending, stooping, sitting, reaching, climbing stairs, and lifting equipment and objects weighing up to forty (40) pounds is required on an intermittent basis. Regular, daily attendance is an essential function for this position. Performs other duties and special projects as assigned. ESSENTIAL KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS: Knowledge of Town and Department policies and procedures. Knowledge of customer service practices and techniques. Knowledge of occupational health and safety regulations and procedures. Skill in effective oral and written communication. Skill in resolving customer complaints and concerns. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Successfully complete background investigation. ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS AND WORKING CONDITIONS Work is performed in indoor and outdoor environments. May be performed at various locations. Directions for Applying Please make sure your application is complete by filling in the education and work experience sections of the application as well as attaching a resume. If you experience any difficulties submitting your application please call 1-855-524-5627 for customer support. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
Town of Oro Valley, AZ Oro Valley, AZ, United States
Jul 14, 2018
Part Time
POSITION SUMMARY Under close supervision, transports elderly and disabled residents from homes to scheduled appointments or locations in a safe, timely manner. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Transports elderly and disabled residents from homes to scheduled appointments or locations in a safe, timely manner. Secures wheelchairs or mobility aids, assists passengers entering or exiting a vehicle and escorts to location door. Inspects and cleans vehicles prior to and after shifts. Completes paperwork of daily routes and documents incidents while on duty. Collects, counts, cancels and files coupons for each trip. Maintains fuel in vehicle. ESSENTIAL KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS: Knowledge of Town and Department policies and procedures. Knowledge of customer service methods and techniques. Skill in safely operating Town vehicles. Skill in oral and written communication. Skill in establishing and maintaining effective working relationships. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS No previous work experience is required. Clean driving record. Must possess and maintain an Arizona driver's license at time of employment. ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS AND WORKING CONDITIONS Work is performed in indoor and outdoor environments. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: This position is considered Safety Sensitive position and is subject to Drug and Alcohol testing as required by FTA CFR 49. Directions for Applying Please make sure your application is complete by filling in the education and work experience sections of the application. Applications are reviewed as they are received. Job posting will remain open until a sufficient number of applicants have met the minimum requirements and have been scheduled for interviews. If you meet the minimum requirements, submit a completed Town of Oro Valley application which can be supplemented with a resume and cover letter. If you experience any difficulties submitting your application please call 1-855-524-5627 for customer support. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
Town of Oro Valley, AZ Oro Valley, AZ, United States
Jul 14, 2018
Full Time
POSITION SUMMARY The Oro Valley Police Department (OVPD)is accepting applications for Lateral Police Officer.Interested applicants are REQUIRED to complete an on-line application and to download and complete the background questionnaire (please click here for the background questionnaire) which must be submitted tothe Oro Valley Police Department bythe first review date of August 3, 2018. If you have any specific questions about the position or the process please contact Sergeant Dean Nesbitt at 520-229-4953. Under general supervision, performs a variety of Police work in an assigned area of patrol in order to protect life and property, prevent and investigate crimes and apprehend criminals through the enforcement of Federal, state and local laws and ordinances to maintain public safety within the community. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Performs a variety of Police work in an assigned area of patrol in order to protect life and property, prevent and investigate crimes and apprehend criminals through the enforcement of Federal, state and local laws and ordinances. Responds to emergency and non-emergency calls for service involving criminal activities and public complaints and concerns. Arrests suspects for criminal violations. Writes search warrants and serves orders of protection. Prepares reports, complaints and other related documents. Gathers evidence, verifies information pertinent to the investigation and assists in the resolution of a variety of criminal incidents. Maintains safe and orderly flow of vehicle and pedestrian traffic and enforces traffic laws and ordinances. Responds to threats, complaints, safety issues and hostile environments. Administers first aid and gives assistance to injured persons. Maintains proficiency in the use of hand guns, other department weapons and equipment and vehicles. May provide and teach crime prevention concepts and implementation techniques. Develops partnerships within the community to promote the prevention of crime and create a safe environment to enhance the quality of life and safety trends and establish public relations. May coordinates and prepare special events for crime prevention and education on law enforcement. May perform additional duties according to specialized area of assignment. ESSENTIAL KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS: Knowledge of applicable Town, state and Federal statutes, rules, ordinances, codes, regulations, administrative orders and case law governing municipal law enforcement. Knowledge of Town and Department policies and procedures. Knowledge of modern law enforcement trends and practices. Skill in interpreting laws and regulations, making decisions, maintaining composure and working effectively under stressful conditions and emergency situations. Skill in the use of firearms, assigned weapons and first aid practices. Skill in oral and written communication. Skill in establishing and maintaining effective working relationships. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Must be of excellent character. United States citizen. At least 21 years old (at time of hire). A high school diploma or equivalent. Valid Arizona driver's license (at time of hire). Must be able to read, write and speak English. If prior military, must have been honorably discharged. No unlawful use of marijuana within the last three years. No unlawful use of a narcotic drug or dangerous drug within the last seven years. No pattern of drug abuse. No felony convictions. Must be willing to work rotating shifts, weekends and holidays. C ompletion of police academy or currently enrolled in the Pima Community College Law Enforcement Academy. Must possess at the time of application a current AZPOST Certificate or equivalent out of state certification, current Pima Community College Law Enforcement Academy Certificate or verification of current enrollment in the Pima Community College Law Enforcement Academy. Successfully complete background investigation and polygraph examination. ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS AND WORKING CONDITIONS Work is performed in indoor and outdoor environments. Directions for Applying if you experience any difficulties submitting your application please call 1-855-524-5627 for customer support. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
Town of Oro Valley, AZ Oro Valley, AZ, United States
Jun 19, 2018
Full Time
POSITION SUMMARY Open until filled with first review of applications on July 11, 2018. Under the direction of the Communications Administrator, the Public Information Officer will work to develop, implement and maintain an effective public information program; serve as the Town's spokesperson and primary media liaison; develop media releases, articles, talking points and fact sheets; assist with managing the Town's online presence, including content development for social media platforms; and assist with other communications and marketing copy writing, collateral development, or related tasks as needed. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Serves as a member of the Communications Division, within the Department of the Town Manager. Coordinates with Communications Administrator to develop media releases, speaking points, fact sheets and speeches regarding Town programs, services, initiatives and events. Develops and prepares reports, informational flyers, newsletters and articles for public information or for internal use. Provides copy writing and expert-level editorial review of Town/department documents, projects, notifications and presentations. In coordination with Communications Administrator, acts as Town's official spokesperson and media liaison. Communicates with assigned division/department personnel and other Town employees, the general public, the media, the community, civic organizations and business owners to disseminate accurate information and provide assistance. Coordinates and/or facilitates programs, public meetings and community events to provide information, garner public input and promote Town initiatives. Provides Town Council and Town management with support/information on issues of interest to the media. Makes public presentations and assists Council and Town staff in developing presentations. Facilitates speaking engagements for the Town Manager, Council and staff, and maintains relations with outside organizations such as chambers of commerce, boards and commissions, and neighborhood groups. In partnership with the web developer, serves a primary role in the content management of the Town website; regularly updates content related to Mayor, Council and the Town Manager's Office; provides guidance to department sub-web editors. Plans and develops content (including video and photos) for social media platforms and the Town's website to educate the community and other target audiences, and to promote various Town events, programs and initiatives. Provides photography services at various Town or community meetings and events, including post-event photo editing and archiving. When assigned to a department/division that requires emergency response, respond to scene as necessary and coordinate with appropriate personnel on information to release to media, public and internal staff. Available to respond via phone/email for after-hours emergencies, including communicating with Town Council and management, posting on social media sites, etc. Provides as-needed support/coverage for other roles/functions within the Town's Communications Division. Performs other duties of a similar nature or level. REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES: Best practices of public relations, media relations, communications, promotional and marketing methods and techniques. Expert-level writing and editing skills; ability to communicate effectively verbally and in writing. Associated Press (AP) Style. Working knowledge of and experience using major social media platforms such as Facebook and Twitter. Experience in working with the media, writing press releases and serving as media point-of-contact/spokesperson. Newsletter, advertisement, brochure, press release development techniques. Computer software and applications related to photography, graphic design and social media. Time management skills and ability to work according to strict deadlines. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Four years of progressively responsible experience in communications, journalism, media or public relations; AND Bachelor's degree in journalism, communications, public relations, public administration or a related field; OR An equivalent combination of education and experience. Valid driver's license. ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS AND WORKING CONDITIONS Work is performed predominantly in an indoor environment, with occasional need to attend or photograph an outdoor event. Some evenings and weekends required. Directions for Applying Please make sure your application is complete by filling in the education and work experience sections of the application. If you meet the minimum requirements, submit a completed Town of Oro Valley application, three professional references and a work related (non-academic) writing sample. If you experience any difficulties submitting your application please call 1-855-524-5627 for customer support. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
Town of Oro Valley, AZ Oro Valley, AZ, United States
Jun 09, 2018
Full Time
POSITION SUMMARY Open until filled with first review of applications on June 15, 2018 at 5:00 pm. Salary depending on experience. Under general supervision, performs progressively more responsible work in the installation, maintenance and repair of traffic signal control devices. Employee performs preventive and corrective maintenance, troubleshoots, diagnoses and tests traffic signal equipment; tests and installs new equipment; collects, prepares and maintains signal operations related records and reports; assists in installation and repair of traffic signs and responds to blue stake requests. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Assists in troubleshooting and repairing traffic signal control devices that have undergone electrical, electronic equipment, or electrical wire/cable failure. Learns to interpret electronic schematics, wiring diagrams and construction prints. Assists in testing traffic signal control equipment and related devices in order to identify defects. Learns to program various types of computerized traffic signal controllers. Performs traffic studies under direction of more experienced or higher level Traffic Technician. Works on traffic signage and striping projects, learning how to use the Manual of Traffic Control Devices and Highway Capacity Manual in completing projects. REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES: Knowledge of Town and Department policies and procedures. Knowledge of component parts of electronic and electro-mechanical devices used in traffic control work. Knowledge of occupational hazards and safety precautions of the electronics trade. Knowledge of standard tools, materials, methods, and practices of electrical and electronic repair. Skill in electrical and electronic repair work. Skill in establishing and maintaining effective working relationships. Ability to make skillful, controlled manipulations of small objects, such as wiring a control cabinet. Ability to work at heights up to 30 feet, such as standing in a raised bucket to repair, remove, or replace signal heads or other devices. Ability to lift arms above shoulder level, such as working with overhead wiring. Ability to work outdoors in a variety of adverse conditions, such as heavy nearby traffic and inclement weather with exposure to the elements, including heat, rain, wind and cold. Ability to perceive the full range of the color spectrum, such as working with color-coded electronic components or multi-conductor cables. Ability to use common hand tools, such as screwdrivers, wire cutters, pliers or similar tools. Ability to enter data or information into a computer terminal, laptop computer, or other keyboard device. Ability to exercise safety precautions and conform to safety rules and regulations. Ability to understand and follow verbal or written instructions in the English language and to communicate in the English language by phone, two-way radio or in person in a one-to-one or group setting. Ability to work flexible hours including night and weekend or holiday hours as required. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS An Associates degree in electronics and the ability to complete IMSA Level I certification within six months of employment in this position; OR an equivalent combination of education and experience. Must possess at time of application and maintain an Arizona driver's license. ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS AND WORKING CONDITIONS Work is performed in an outdoor environment. Directions for Applying Please make sure your application is complete by filling in the education and work experience sections of the application as well as attaching a resume. If you experience any difficulties with the attachments please call 1-855-524-5627 for customer support. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
Town of Oro Valley, AZ Oro Valley, AZ, United States
Jun 05, 2018
POSITION SUMMARY Are you looking to serve the community? Are you people oriented? The Oro Valley Magistrate Court is looking for you! We are currently looking for a volunteer to assist the court in various office support functions. Duties will include scanning closed cases, assisting in records requests, processing outgoing mail and incoming mail including folding and stuffing envelopes, assisting with jury preparation and various other office duties. Court volunteers are asked to fulfill at least a 3-hour shift with time slots available between 8:00a.m. to 12:00p.m. or 1:00p.m. to 5:00p.m. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
Town of Oro Valley, AZ Oro Valley, AZ, United States
May 15, 2018
Full Time
POSITION SUMMARY Are you looking for a leadership role in Long-Range planning? Do you have ideas on how to best design, zone and create a central Main Street in a suburban community? Are you ready to implement your highly creative approaches to public outreach? If so, the Town of Oro Valley invites your application for our Long-Range Principal Planner position. We are looking for a seasoned and innovative planner to make the Town's Your Voice, Our Future a reality. This highly skilled and knowledgeable planning professional reports directly to and receives direction from the Planning Division Manager. This position performs professional planning duties relating to updating, administering, and implementing the General Plan, processing applications for General Plan amendments, developing and implementing other community and neighborhood plans including efforts related to state trust land, environmental conservation, transportation planning and other long range planning functions. This position serves as a catalyst in identifying community and regional planning needs, and developing, implementing and maintaining broad strategies and programs to meet those needs. It requires considerable independence, initiative, and professional expertise in planning analysis and the formulation and implementation of regional and community plans. A high degree of facilitation skill required for successful collaboration with appropriate committees, commissions, stakeholders and governmental entities is required. This position coordinates long-range planning programs, policies, and documents with all departments within the Town. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Performs current and professional level mid and long range planning functions associated with regional issues, town planning, and neighborhood/special area plans. Updates and maintains the Town's general plan. Reviews, analyzes, and processes General Plan amendments associated with development projects or specific plans. Monitors, reports progress and ensures achievement of all goals, policies and actions identified in the General Plan and those related to planning within the Strategic Plan and other specific plans adopted by the Town. Develops and implements complex projects associated with the General Plan and other Town planning objectives. Plans, organizes, and facilitates interdisciplinary teams to implement policies and programs. Initiates, schedules, and conducts public meetings and generates stakeholder involvement in regional and community planning issues. Participates in the research, development and writing of the Town's development polices, including amendments to the zoning code. Prepares and presents oral and written reports on complex subjects to the boards, commissions, Town Council, stakeholder groups and Town staff. Attends agency (Federal, State, PAG, County etc.) commission, staff, and community meetings related to long range planning issues. Participates in budget preparation and administration, prepares cost estimates for budget recommendations; submits justifications for budget items; monitors and controls expenditures. Develops and manages professional service budgets and contracts as required to meet program planning objectives. Manages professional staff, participates in the selection of staff, provides and coordinates staff training, performs evaluations of staff performance, works with staff to correct deficiencies and implements discipline procedures. Updates census and other demographic information to ensure the projections remain current. Assists staff by providing technical guidance and direction. Composes, writes, edits and reviews notices, agendas, letters and reports of research findings, analysis, recommendations, maps and presentations. Develops strategic partnerships and contacts with community representatives, external agencies, and other organizations. Maintains professional knowledge through such means as attending seminars, reviewing professional publications and participating in professional organizations. Assists in the creation of, and is responsible for, the implementation of Division policies and procedures. Attends and conducts meetings and presentations. REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES: Knowledge of applicable Town, state and Federal statutes, rules, ordinances, codes and regulations governing municipal operations and planning. Knowledge and experience with facilitation techniques and practices. Knowledge of supervision principles and possession of strong leadership skills. Knowledge of budget practices and procedures. Considerable skill in project and program management. Skill in analyzing and resolving complex public policy issues. Skill and experience in writing planning and policy documents for municipal organizations. Skill in assessing and prioritizing multiple tasks and working within deadlines to complete projects and assignments. Skill in monitoring and reviewing the work of subordinate staff. Skill in making oral and graphic presentations to small and large groups. Skill in conflict resolution and meeting facilitation with certification preferred. Skill in establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with staff, other Town departments, applicants, and the general public. Ability to effectively communicate orally and in writing, including the ability to convey complex and technical subjects in a clear, concise and positive manner. Ability to coordinate, manage, problem solve, strategize, schedule, analyze and plan. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS A Bachelor's degree in Planning, Urban Design, Architecture or related field, such as Landscape Architecture. Five to Seven (5-7) years increasingly responsible long range planning experience in municipal government planning/administration; OR an equivalent combination of education and experience. Master's degree in Planning, Public Administration or related field preferred. A valid Arizona driver's license. AICP accredited professional preferred. Facilitation credentials preferred. ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS AND WORKING CONDITIONS Work is performed in indoor and outdoor environments. Field inspections or tours may be required. Directions for Applying Please make sure your application is complete by filling in the education and work experience sections of the application as well as attaching a resume. If you meet the minimum requirements, submit a completed Town of Oro Valley application which can be supplemented with a resume and cover letter. If you experience any difficulties submitting your application please call 1-855-524-5627 for customer support. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
Town of Oro Valley, AZ Oro Valley, AZ, United States
Apr 25, 2018
Full Time
POSITION SUMMARY Under the general supervision of the Parks Superintendent, provides oversight, landscaping design and maintenance to upkeep Town of Oro Valley property. This is an advanced field level position which provides a support and coordination function required for the delivery of approved maintenance services. This position is responsible for coordinating annual work plans. This classification differs from other classifications in that it deals with planning, coordination and delivery of maintenance service activities. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Meets on a regular basis with the Parks Superintendent to discuss any pertinent issues and review goals regarding current project status. Plans and coordinates preventive and corrective maintenance for parks, facility grounds and associated equipment; inspects and evaluates physical condition; establishes priorities and prepares detailed maintenance and repair schedules; coordinates projects with Superintendent; coordinates the purchase of project materials. Establishes work schedules and assignments for personnel and/or ADC crews involved in performing park maintenance; performs on-site supervision of work crews; conducts work site inspections visits to ensure work is being assessed; plans and implements safety training programs; ensures compliance with safety procedures. Supervise Park Maintenance Workers I, II and III to include job evaluations, training and safety procedures. Oversees and utilizes an Arizona Department of Correction (ADC) inmate crew in the delivery of services, maintenance of grounds, parks and general labor of various job tasks. Participates in special projects and studies as requested/required. Responds to request for information from citizens, community groups, and other departments and outside agencies regarding park improvements. Recommends design and specification criteria to the Parks Superintendent to resolve landscaping and other maintenance problems encountered by routine grounds maintenance inspection which could include large capital projects for annual budget consideration. Maintains a file on specifications, working drawings, as-built drawings and construction history on all park construction projects. Estimates, orders, and schedules supplies and equipment necessary to complete the work in accordance with the Town of Oro Valley's finance department requirements and procedures. Maintains accurate inventory records and ensures internal control of resources. Promotes the goals and objectives of the department through public contact and establishing professional, courteous and respectful relationships with park patrons. Performs technically skilled work in the cultivation of grass, trees, and other plants, and in the control of fungi, weeds, insects, and rodents. Operates hand tools, power tools, vehicles and other machinery related to park maintenance. Utilizes computer software to develop work orders, track progress, plan tasks and coordinate maintenance associated with day to day operations. Performs other duties as assigned. ESSENTIAL KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES: Knowledge of Town and Department policies and procedures. Knowledge of park maintenance and beautification methods and techniques. Knowledge of occupational hazards and safety guidelines. Knowledge of all aspects of grounds maintenance to include irrigation, sports field maintenance, landscape maintenance, playground maintenance and building maintenance. Skill in creating work plans and scheduling tasks and supervising crews. Skill in prioritizing and monitoring park maintenance activities. Skill in oral and written communication. Skill in establishing and maintaining effective working relationships. Ability to operate a personal computer to produce and distribute correspondence, prepare and analyze necessary reports, documents, financial data, databases, etc. Must secure an NRPA Certified Playground Safety Inspector program certification. Ability to operate machinery and power tools. Ability to work independently with little direct supervision. Ability to meet deadlines and manage multiple tasks. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS The employee must have all of the minimum qualifications of the Maintenance Worker I, II & III and in addition: Associate's degree in parks management, horticulture, resources management, landscape horticulture or related field; Five years' experience in the design, landscaping, irrigation, turf landscape management, repair of parks, large outdoor athletic complexes, construction coordination or the inspection of buildings or site development OR, an equivalent combination of education and experience. Considerable knowledge in reading and interpreting construction plans (blue prints). Considerable knowledge of applicable Town, State and Federal statutes, ordinances, codes, rules and regulations pertaining to public park maintenance. Must possess at time of employment and maintain an Arizona driver's license. In addition, the employee must be able to operate medium tractors equipped with various powered equipment; skip loaders and backhoes; motor grader; water truck. Must obtain an Arizona (Class B) commercial driver license (CDL) with tanker endorsement within 6 months of hire. Must possess or acquire a Certified Pesticide Applicator license for the State of Arizona. Must possesses or obtain within 6 months of hire an Irrigation Technician Certificate. Highly desirable, Irrigation Designer Certification. Must obtain Arizona Department of Correction certification of inmate supervision. ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS AND WORKING CONDITIONS Majority of work is performed in an outdoor environment. Directions for Applying Please make sure your application is complete by filling in the education and work experience sections of the application as well as attaching a resume. If you experience any difficulties with theattachments please call 1-855-524-5627 for customer support. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
Town of Oro Valley, AZ Oro Valley, AZ, United States
Jul 14, 2018
Full Time
POSITION SUMMARY Oro Valley Police Department (OVPD)is accepting applications for Lateral Police Dispatchers. Interested applicants are encouraged to complete an on-line application. Qualified applicants will be contacted and asked to complete a separate background packet. If you have any specific questions about the position or the process please contact Dean Nesbitt at 520-229-4953. First review of applications on July 2, 2018. To be considered a Lateral Police Dispatcher you must: Currently be employed as a Police Dispatcher and have two years of continuous police dispatching experience. ACJIS certification or ability to complete one within 6 months. Desirable qualifications are Spillman CAD experience and Vesta E911 Phone System experience. Also offered as part of the lateral position is 40 hours of vacation and 40 hours of sick time. DISQUALIFICATION STANDARDS 1. Participation in any serious crime, or any behavior, which OVPD, in its sole discretion, deems serious or inappropriate. 2.Any misdemeanor conviction involving narcotics, drugs, marijuana which OVPD in its sole discretion deems serious, excessive or inappropriate. 3.Since the age of 18, not have been convicted of domestic violence. 4.Any illegal use of opiate narcotics, hallucinogens, and/or other dangerous drugs (Includes LSD, PCP, Peyote, Mescaline, Codeine, heroin, morphine, opium, psilocybin, cocaine, hash, speed, "X" or Ecstasy, barbiturates, etc.)which OVPD in its sole discretion deems serious, excessive or inappropriate. 5.Any history of disregard for traffic laws with such frequency so as to indicate disrespect for traffic laws and a disregard for the safety of other persons on the highway. 6.Negligence in maintaining financial responsibility. 7.Failure to follow Application & Background instructions. This position is skilled emergency service work that involves receiving emergency 911 and non-emergency requests for police assistance, determining nature/urgency of calls, initiating police or other emergency personnel action and maintaining close contact with field units to monitor response and needed support requirements. The position of Police Dispatcher requires a considerable degree of initiative and independent judgment within procedural boundaries in responding to emotional, disturbed and sometimes abusive people in a variety of situations. Work may be done separately or in conjunction with other dispatchers and dispatchers may assist in training, teaching and basic operational equipment management. The position of Police Dispatcher requires rotating shift assignments and overtime in accordance with maintaining a fully operational 24 hour facility. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Receives and responds to emergency and non-emergency calls including enhanced 911, and non-emergency calls from the public, dispatchers, and law enforcement agencies via telephone and radio systems and computer-aided dispatch (CAD) systems; Processes and evaluates information received, prioritizes calls and dispatches required units and/or agencies; Monitors and coordinates police unit activity and assignments via police radio frequencies; Maintains status and locations of public safety personnel; Utilizes technology such as computers, radio systems, telephones, fax machines and other communication equipment; Creates and maintains automated or manual logs of public safety communications activity; Accesses and enters sensitive data in local/state/national databases as necessary for investigative purposes; Enters and maintains files for persons or property pending apprehension/recovery; Maintains appropriate security and confidentiality of information created or encountered in the performance of assigned duties; Keeps informed of departmental regulations, policies and procedures; May assist in providing on-the-job training for Police Dispatchers and submit progress reports and evaluations on trainees. ESSENTIAL KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS: Knowledge of applicable Town, state and Federal statutes, rules, ordinances, codes, regulations governing dispatching. Knowledge of Town and Department policies and procedures. Knowledge of law enforcement records keeping activities and techniques. Skill in operating computers and related communication equipment utilizing a variety of software and operating systems/applications. Skill in quick decision making and correcting emergency situations. Skill in assessing, analyzing, identifying and implementing solutions to complex problems. Skill in oral and written communication. Skill in establishing and maintaining effective working relationships. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS A high school diploma or equivalent. ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS AND WORKING CONDITIONS Work is performed in an indoor environment. Directions for Applying Please make sure your application is complete by filling in the education and work experience sections of the application. Applications are reviewed as they are received. Job posting will remain open until a sufficient number of applicants have met the minimum requirements and have been scheduled for interviews. If you meet the minimum requirements, submit a completed Town of Oro Valley application which can be supplemented with a resume and cover letter. If you experience any difficulties submitting your application please call 1-855-524-5627 for customer support. Closing Date/Time: Continuous