City of Detroit

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56 job(s) at City of Detroit

City of Detroit Detroit, Michigan, United States
Nov 28, 2018
Full Time
Description Under general supervision, as a seasonal worker, organizes and directs the recreational activities at a playground or play center or assists in directing such activities at a recreation center. **** INTERESTED APPLICATIONS MUST BE AVAILABLE TO WORK AT LEAST 4 HOURS PER DAY AT ONE OF THE FOLLOWING LOCATIONS:**** Summer Fun Center work hours: Monday - Friday 2:30 PM - 6:30 PM Recreation Centers work hours: Monday - Friday 9 AM - 9 PM Saturday 10 AM - 6 PM Examples of Duties MAJOR JOB DUTIES : Organizes and directs free-play and planned group activities at a recreation site or facility. Organizes and gives instructions in team sports and group games. Runs field meets and sport days. Marks off playing field for games and maintains order. Ensures that equipment and apparatus are safe and properly used and prevents illegal or inappropriate behavior. Encourages participation in activities. Administers first aid. Ensures that grounds and equipment are being properly used. Ensures that groups or individuals have permits for use of playground, when required, and that spectators are not interfering with the players. Umpires sanctioned recreation championship games. Interprets rules of games, when required. Attends staff meetings. Maintains simple records and makes reports of activities. Assists professional recreation personnel in conducting programs and activities. Minimum Qualifications QUALIFICATIONS : High School Graduation or G.E.D and completion of one year of college coursework in community recreation, physical education, or a related field. One year of experience in conducting organized recreational activities or in some athletic or related activity. Supplemental Information KNOWLEDGE OF : Rules and equipment for the more common group games. Purposes and goals of organized recreation work. First aid methods. SKILL IN : Administering first aid. Physical agility. ABILITY TO : Organize, teach and lead groups in various forms of directed recreational activities. Display understanding of and appropriate responses to childhood behavior. Administer first aid. Interact effectively with the public and children with tact and diplomacy. Display initiative and resourcefulness in promoting interest in recreational activities. LICENSE, CERTIFICATION AND OTHER SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: Candidates considered for placement in this classification may be subject to a Criminal Background Investigation based on the requirements of the position. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS: Work is performed indoors and outdoors with exposure to all seasonal conditions. This class is designated as a Special Service class to be administered under the provisions of Chapter 13 of Detroit City Code. SUBJECTS AND WEIGHTS: Evaluation of TEP: 100% Interview: P/F Closing Date/Time: Continuous
City of Detroit Detroit, Michigan, United States
Oct 03, 2018
Full Time
Description Under general supervision, supervises a small group of workers engaged in the more skilled ground maintenance activities, or to have charge of a moderately large group of workers maintaining grounds in and around parks and recreation areas and other municipal property. Examples of Duties Supervises and leads a crew of workers engaged in ground maintenance activities. Assumes the duties of the superior in their absence. Consults with supervisors about crew assignments. Picks up debris and mows lawns. Seeds, sods, fertilizes and waters grass areas. Plants, removes, sprays and mulches trees, shrubs and evergreens. Repairs concrete and asphalt hard surfaces. Coordinates equipment for special events. Prepares, paints and makes minor repairs to park and playground equipment Marks athletic fields. Erects and dismantles structures, bleachers and stands. Cleans catch basins, wading pools and canals. Mixes and applies weed eradication chemicals. Removes snow and salts icy areas. Loads and unloads supplies and equipment. Performs, individually, the more skilled tasks involved in ground maintenance activities. Inspects work in progress and upon completion. Performs minor repairs on equipment and tools as needed. Operates trucks, tractors or similar equipment utilized for moving equipment and personnel to locations. Prepares records on activities. Performs duties in accordance with Departmental safety procedures including, but not limited to, the utilization of designated personal protective equipment and ensures proper safety precautions are taken, in accordance with MIOSHA standards. Minimum Qualifications High school graduation or G.E.D. Two years of experience in ground maintenance work including one year which has been in a supervisory capacity. Supplemental Information KNOWLEDGE OF: Tools, materials and equipment used in ground maintenance and landscaping work. Department work safety standards. SKILL IN: Supervising, organizing and directing the work of others. Mechanical dexterity. Physical strength and endurance. Tactful interaction with subordinates, the public and others. ABILITY TO: Prepare basic reports. Drive and operate trucks and other motorized equipment used in ground maintenance. Use a personal computer and common office software. Display initiative and resourcefulness in the performance of duties. LICENSE, CERTIFICATION AND OTHER SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: Valid State of Michigan Operators License. Employees in this class must posses a valid State of Michigan Commercial Pesticide Applicator Certification with Category 6. Candidates considered for placement in this classification may be subject to a Criminal Background Investigation based on the requirements of the position. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS: Work is typically performed outdoors with exposure to seasonal weather conditions. Work involves frequent bending, lifting and operating of a variety of heavy landscaping and ground maintenance equipment. Employees in this class are required to wear appropriate safety attire in accordance with departmental and MIOSHA safety regulations. Subjects and Weights: Interview: 70% TEP: 30% Closing Date/Time:
City of Detroit Detroit, Michigan, United States
Aug 14, 2018
Full Time
Description Under general supervision, directs the work activities of a moderately large ground maintenance operation in an assigned district or comparable area. Examples of Duties 1.Supervises a large group of workers engaged in the upkeep of parks, playgrounds, parkways, medians, boulevards, athletic fields, pools and canals. 2. Assigns crews and workers to various projects and tasks. 3. Provides instruction and project details to subordinate employees. 4. Develops and implements training procedures as necessary. 5. Ensures that the application of pesticides conforms to pertinent safety regulations. 6. Inspects work in process and upon completion. 7. Confers with management regarding plans, policies, and work progress. 8. Requisitions equipment and supplies. 9. Manages data collection from district crews and submits reports of work activities. 10. Ensures proper maintenance of tools and equipment. 11. Tracks employee attendance and work performance and issues discipline as necessary. 12. Evaluates projects for consideration as capital improvements. 13. Confers with management about yearly budget requirements. Minimum Qualifications High School graduation or G.E.D. Three years of experience in ground maintenance or landscape activities, preferably including two years of experience in a supervisory capacity. Supplemental Information KNOWLEDGE OF: Methods and equipment used in the maintenance of parks and parkways. Natural landscape and plant care best practices. Occupational hazards and safety precautions. SKILL IN: Supervising staff, delegating tasks and authority and evaluating staff performance. Assessing and prioritizing multiple tasks and projects. Safe use of chemicals and pesticides. Observation and attention to detail. Operating a personal computer and utilizing common office software. Communicate effectively, both orally and in writing. Use of basic equipment, tools, and supplies used to support ground maintenance activities. ABILITY TO: Promote and enforce safety work practices. Evaluate and implement changes in programs. Display initiative and resourcefulness in handling work problems. LICENSES, CERTIFICATIONS AND OTHER SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: Employees in this class shall be required to obtain a State of Michigan Commercial Driver License with a Group B endorsement within 6 months of being hired. Successful applicants must meet physical standards prescribed by the Michigan State of Motor Carrier Safety Act-1988. Employees in this class must possess a valid State of Michigan Commercial Pesticide Applicator Certification with category 6. Candidates considered for placement in this classification may be subject to a Criminal Background Investigation based on the requirements of the position. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS : Work is typically performed outdoors with exposure to all seasonal weather conditions and to pesticides. Work involves frequent bending, lifting, and operating a variety of heavy landscaping and grounds maintenance equipment. Employees in this class are required to wear appropriate safety attire in accordance with departmental and MIOSHA safety regulations. Subjects/Weights Interview: 70% Evaluation of Training, Experience and Personal Qualification: 30% Closing Date/Time:
City of Detroit Detroit, Michigan, United States
Aug 08, 2018
Full Time
Description Under general supervision, prepares civil engineering designs and specifications for the more difficult and less routine phases of major municipal engineering projects. Examples of Duties Analyzes project scope. Reviews and evaluates field conditions and data. Develops and designs engineering solutions. Manages preparation of engineering construction plans. Ensures construction is in conformance with plans, specifications, budget, codes and applicable standards. Manages and interprets construction projects and plans. Creates project documents. Prepares and maintains records and reports. Oversees, supervises, and inspects work of contractors or other city workforce, as needed. Manages and supervises inspectors and other staff assigned to projects. Determines work priorities. Reviews work prepared by other team members. Instructs, counsels, mentors, and advises project team and subordinates on assignments and difficult tasks to see that work is performed satisfactorily to meet expected standards. Consults with supervisor on work assignments and personnel matters such as promotions, transfers, and disciplinary actions and grievances. Initiates and directs training of subordinates and colleagues. Represents the department/division with individual or groups of citizens, public agencies or with private groups. Prepares and evaluates requests for proposal for consultant services, specialized services and other material used by the department/division. Minimum Qualifications Bachelor's degree in civil engineering. Completion of some coursework in construction management is preferred. Three years of experience in designing and preparing specifications for civil engineering projects. One year of experience in civil engineering field work is preferred. LICENSE, CERTIFICATION AND OTHER SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: Registration as a Professional Engineer in the State of Michigan required. Supplemental Information SUBJECTS & WEIGHTS Oral Appraisal - 80% Evaluation of TEP - 20% Portfolio (Work Sample) - Pass / Fail Domicile Credit: Points up to 15% (City of Detroit Residents must verify residency for the 12 months prior to application). Veterans' Preference Points up to 15 points KNOWLEDGE OF: Principles and methods of civil engineering design and construction. Construction methods as applied to municipal engineering. Equipment and materials used in civil engineering projects. Project costing, monitoring and reporting techniques. City of Detroit and Michigan Department of Transportation standards and specifications. Michigan Department of Transportation's Field Manager software system. Federal Highway Administration rules and regulations. SKILL IN: Analyzing problems relating to civil engineering design and construction. Supervising, prioritizing and directing the work of others. Reading, understanding and evaluating engineering plans and specifications. Oral and written communication. Use of personal computers and common office and work-related software. Preparing concise technical and non-technical reports. ABILITY TO: Plan and direct the activities of a small group of subordinate engineers and Drafting Technicians. Estimate costs and schedules for engineering projects. Interact effectively with subordinates and peers with tact and diplomacy. Display initiative and resourcefulness in solving difficult and unusual engineering problems in connection with problems of civil engineering design and construction methods. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS: None Candidates considered for placement in this classification may be subject to a Criminal Background Investigation based on the requirements of the position. The above statements describe the general nature and level of work performed by employees assigned to the class. Incumbents may be required to perform job related responsibilities and tasks other than those stated in this specification. Specific job duties may vary from position to position. Closing Date/Time:
City of Detroit Detroit, Michigan, United States
Sep 21, 2018
Full Time
Description Under general supervision, performs the full range of automotive and mechanical repair and maintenance tasks to a variety of gasoline and/or diesel fuel powered vehicles including automobiles, trucks, busses, motorcycles and special purpose construction, maintenance, or recreational vehicles. Repairs, maintains, services or alters special purpose equipment mounted on or associated with such vehicles Examples of Duties 1. Performs any and all automotive or mechanical repair or maintenance tasks to the types of mobile equipment employed by the department to which assigned. 2. Inspects equipment to locate and determine nature of defects or repairs needed. 3. Plans sequence of repair operations. 4. Dismantles and removes defective components. 5. Substitutes new or rebuilt components, and rebuilds automotive components or assemblies. 6. Repairs, adjusts, alters and services automobiles, trucks, motorcycles, packers, street sweepers, flushers, bulldozers, backhoes, loaders, graders, trenchers, farm tractors, cranes, asphalt pavers, asphalt rollers, small boats, fire fighting apparatus and other special purpose vehicles. 7. Repairs, adjusts, alters and services all mechanically, hydraulically, electrically or pneumatically operated auxiliary equipment mounted on or associated with such vehicles including material moving or lift assemblies, loading mechanisms, broom assemblies, snow plows, salt spreaders, aerial platforms, pumps, compressors, and ladder assemblies. 8. Repairs, adjusts, alters and services public transportation coaches and a limited variety of support equipment. 9. Performs major and minor repairs to heavy-duty diesel engines, pneumatic suspension systems, heavy-duty automatic transmissions, fuel injectors, buffer screws, mechanical engine governors and other specialized coach components. 10.Repairs, services and maintains air conditioning and heating units, door controls, interior lighting and other mechanically, hydraulically, electrically or pneumatically operated coach systems. 11.Uses electric arc or acetylene welding outfits and/or machine shop equipment to cut, heat, braze, weld or fashion equipment parts, brackets or braces which may be required to complete a repair. 12.Performs minor body work to vehicle bodies and replaces glass, windows and lights. 13.Keeps simple records of work performed and materials used. 14.Instructs and oversees the work of apprentices and other workers assigned as helpers. 15.Repairs, adjusts, alters and services a variety of related mobile or portable equipment and tools such as plows, mowers, harrows, golf ball collectors, rotary brooms, stumpers, chippers, rodding machines, post hole augers, concrete mixers, chain-saws, roto-tillers, compressors, pumps, hoists and generators. 16.Performs a variety of repair and service tasks to stationary equipment such as compressors, pumps, hoists, generators and other machinery, where such tasks involve the same type and level of skills employed in repairing and servicing vehicular equipment. 17.Operates tow trucks to service, repair, and retrieve disabled vehicles in the field. 18.Shifts and drives vehicles on department premises. Minimum Qualifications Education equivalent to completion of two years in and preferably graduation from a four year trade or vocational high school with courses in general shop and automotive repair. Three years experience in repairing and rebuilding a variety of gasoline and/or diesel fuel powered vehicles or completion of an approved four-year apprenticeship in automotive repair or its equivalent. Preferably two years experience repairing a variety of construction, maintenance or other special purpose vehicles. Supplemental Information KNOWLEDGE OF: The tools, methods, materials, and practices used in repairing automotive equipment. General automotive repair and maintenance work. Mechanical, electrical and hydraulic principles as applied to the repair and maintenance of automotive equipment. Basic computer skills for M/5 assetworks. SKILL IN: Performing automotive repairs and maintenance. Use of tools and related equipment. Following written and oral instructions. ABILITY TO: Weld, braze and cut with electric arc and acetylene torch. Use electronic diagnostic equipment. Read and interpret shop manuals and diagrams. Effectively interact with supervisors and other departmental personnel. LICENSE, CERTIFICATION AND OTHER SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: Valid State of Michigan Operator License required. Persons subsequently hired in this title shall be required to obtain a State of Michigan Driver or Chauffeur License, with Group A Commercial Driver License endorsement and Airbrake qualification. (In addition, P endorsement required for placement in the Department of Transportation.) Successful applicants must meet physical standards prescribed by the Michigan State Police Motor Carrier Division and must posses and carry a valid current Medical Examiner's Certificate certifying physical fitness for driving in accordance with State of Michigan Motor Carrier Safety Act-1988. Employees in this class will be required to provide the tools commonly used in the performance of automotive repair work. Candidates considered for placement in this classification may be subject to a Criminal Background Investigation based on the requirements of the position. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS : Work is performed in a vehicle repair garage or facility. Work involves frequent standing, walking, and stooping/kneeling; must be able to lift equipment, tools, parts and supplies that weigh up to 100 pounds. Field work may be required at times. KNOWLEDGE OF: The tools, methods, materials, and practices used in repairing automotive equipment. General automotive repair and maintenance work. Mechanical, electrical and hydraulic principles as applied to the repair and maintenance of automotive equipment. Basic computer skills for M/5 assetworks. SKILL IN: Performing automotive repairs and maintenance. Use of tools and related equipment. Following written and oral instructions. ABILITY TO: Weld, braze and cut with electric arc and acetylene torch. Use electronic diagnostic equipment. Read and interpret shop manuals and diagrams. Effectively interact with supervisors and other departmental personnel. LICENSE, CERTIFICATION AND OTHER SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: Valid State of Michigan Operator License required. Persons subsequently hired in this title shall be required to obtain a State of Michigan Driver or Chauffeur License, with Group A Commercial Driver License endorsement and Airbrake qualification. (In addition, P endorsement required for placement in the Department of Transportation.) Successful applicants must meet physical standards prescribed by the Michigan State Police Motor Carrier Division and must posses and carry a valid current Medical Examiner's Certificate certifying physical fitness for driving in accordance with State of Michigan Motor Carrier Safety Act-1988. Employees in this class will be required to provide the tools commonly used in the performance of automotive repair work. Candidates considered for placement in this classification may be subject to a Criminal Background Investigation based on the requirements of the position. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS : Work is performed in a vehicle repair garage or facility. Work involves frequent standing, walking, and stooping/kneeling; must be able to lift equipment, tools, parts and supplies that weigh up to 100 pounds. Field work may be required at times. SUBJECT & WEIGHTS EVALUATION OF T.E.P MAX. 100% ORAL APPRAISAL Pass/Fail Closing Date/Time:
City of Detroit Detroit, Michigan, United States
Aug 15, 2018
Full Time
Description Under general supervision, performs the full range of automotive and mechanical repair and maintenance tasks to a variety of gasoline and/or diesel fuel powered vehicles including automobiles, trucks, busses, motorcycles and special purpose construction, maintenance, or recreational vehicles. Repairs, maintains, services or alters special purpose equipment mounted on or associated with such vehicles Examples of Duties 1. Performs any and all automotive or mechanical repair or maintenance tasks to the types of mobile equipment employed by the department to which assigned. 2. Inspects equipment to locate and determine nature of defects or repairs needed. 3. Plans sequence of repair operations. 4. Dismantles and removes defective components. 5. Substitutes new or rebuilt components, and rebuilds automotive components or assemblies. 6. Repairs, adjusts, alters and services automobiles, trucks, motorcycles, packers, street sweepers, flushers, bulldozers, backhoes, loaders, graders, trenchers, farm tractors, cranes, asphalt pavers, asphalt rollers, small boats, fire fighting apparatus and other special purpose vehicles. 7. Repairs, adjusts, alters and services all mechanically, hydraulically, electrically or pneumatically operated auxiliary equipment mounted on or associated with such vehicles including material moving or lift assemblies, loading mechanisms, broom assemblies, snow plows, salt spreaders, aerial platforms, pumps, compressors, and ladder assemblies. 8. Repairs, adjusts, alters and services public transportation coaches and a limited variety of support equipment. 9. Performs major and minor repairs to heavy-duty diesel engines, pneumatic suspension systems, heavy-duty automatic transmissions, fuel injectors, buffer screws, mechanical engine governors and other specialized coach components. 10.Repairs, services and maintains air conditioning and heating units, door controls, interior lighting and other mechanically, hydraulically, electrically or pneumatically operated coach systems. 11.Uses electric arc or acetylene welding outfits and/or machine shop equipment to cut, heat, braze, weld or fashion equipment parts, brackets or braces which may be required to complete a repair. 12.Performs minor body work to vehicle bodies and replaces glass, windows and lights. 13.Keeps simple records of work performed and materials used. 14.Instructs and oversees the work of apprentices and other workers assigned as helpers. 15.Repairs, adjusts, alters and services a variety of related mobile or portable equipment and tools such as plows, mowers, harrows, golf ball collectors, rotary brooms, stumpers, chippers, rodding machines, post hole augers, concrete mixers, chain-saws, roto-tillers, compressors, pumps, hoists and generators. 16.Performs a variety of repair and service tasks to stationary equipment such as compressors, pumps, hoists, generators and other machinery, where such tasks involve the same type and level of skills employed in repairing and servicing vehicular equipment. 17.Operates tow trucks to service, repair, and retrieve disabled vehicles in the field. 18.Shifts and drives vehicles on department premises. Minimum Qualifications Education equivalent to completion of two years in and preferably graduation from a four year trade or vocational high school with courses in general shop and automotive repair. Three years experience in repairing and rebuilding a variety of gasoline and/or diesel fuel powered vehicles or completion of an approved four-year apprenticeship in automotive repair or its equivalent. Preferably two years experience repairing BUSES anda variety of construction, maintenance or other special purpose vehicles. Supplemental Information SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS, LICENSES OR CERTIFICATIONS: Valid State of Michigan Operator License required. Person subsequently hired in this title shall be required to obtain a State opf Michigan Driver or Chauffeur License, with Group A Commercial Driver License endorsement and Airbrake qualification. Successful applicants must meet physical standards prescribed by the Michigan State Police Motor Carrier Division and must possess and carry a valid current Medical Examiner's Certificate certifying physical fitness for driving in accordance with State of Michigan Motor Carrier Safety Act-1988. Employees in this class will be required to provide the tools commonly used in the performance of automotive repairwork. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS: Work is performed in a vehicle repair garage or facility. Work involves frequent standing, walking, and stooping/kneeling; must be able to lift equipment, tools, parts, and supplies that weight up to 100 pounds. Field work may be required at times. Subjects and Weights: Written Exam: 70% Maximum Training, Experience & Personal Qualifications: 30% Maximum Total: 100% Maximum - 65% Minimum Military Service Credit: 0 - 15 points Domicile Credit: 15 points Closing Date/Time:
City of Detroit Detroit, Michigan, United States
Oct 24, 2018
Full Time
Description Under general supervision, conducts construction inspections to assure compliance with codes, standards, plans and specifications. Examples of Duties 1. Inspects small construction projects or components of major construction projects such as street cuts, sidewalk construction, asphalt street paving, building structures, bridges, tunnels, caissons concrete, water distribution mains, lateral sewers, heavy equipment and other permit construction work. 2. Reviews and interprets plans, blueprints, sketches and specifications, and provides detailed information of factors or issues that may affect projects. 3. Evaluates work site and reports on potential hazards to utilities and ensures that work sites are properly barricaded for the safety of workers and the public. 4. Prepares daily and weekly activity logs, reports and specialized reports required for construction accounting and historical reporting. 5. Monitors work schedules to determine progress and prepares estimates for contract payments. 6. Inspects, verifies and reports on conditions that may require changes to contract specifications, construction work procedures or schedules. 7. Evaluates the manufacturing of materials and conducts material tests at asphalt and concrete batch plants, slag plants and other material producing operations. 8. Maintains field liaison with suppliers and contractors. 9. Prepares drawings, sketches and other documentation to reflect completed construction work. 10. Conducts field tests to determine the quality of materials and accuracy of finished work. 11. Transports material samples to testing facilities to obtain test certification and documentation. 12. Checks location, dimensions, alignment and grade of component structures. 13. Responds to inquiries or complaints. Minimum Qualifications Completion of a High School Diploma or G.E.D.Preferably completion of two years of college level engineering or construction related courses. Two years of experience in general construction work in major construction of field engineering projects, to include conducting inspections. Supplemental Information SUBJECTS AND WEIGHTS: 1. Computerized Examination: 70% Max. 2. Evaluation of Training, Experience and Personal Qualifications: 30% Max. 3. Interview: Pass/Fail LICENSE, CERTIFICATION AND OTHER SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: Employees in this class will be required to provide and operate a motor vehicle on a reimbursed mileage basis; Valid State of Michigan Driver License required. Candidates considered for placement in this classification may be subject to a Criminal Background Investigation based on the requirements of the position. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS : Work is performed at a construction or field work site and involves exposure to heat, dust, fumes, standing water, confined spaces, raised platforms, excavations and seasonal weather conditions. Must possess sufficient strength to lift and carry tools, materials and equipment. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
City of Detroit Detroit, Michigan, United States
Oct 09, 2018
Full Time
Description Under general supervision and in accordance with established maintenance and repair procedures and with the opportunity for consultation with superior on department revenue security policies, but with responsibility for seeing that policies are observed, and for the quality of the work, installs, tests, maintains, and repairs electronically operated equipment. Bench tests, diagnoses, and repairs the electronic components thereof. Examples of Duties 1. Tests, diagnose, repairs, and installs fare-handling and other equipment electronic components such microprocessor logic boards, power supply and motor control boards, and other printed electronic circuit boards that control the operation of the equipment, identification computers, junction and isolation boxes, data probes, various receivers, mobile bins, vaults, microcomputers, and peripherals. 2. Employs schematic diagrams and a variety of bench testing instruments such as oscilloscopes, digital volt meters and calipers, and probe combination units to troubleshoot, signal trace, and locate malfunctions. 3. Replaces, repairs, or rebuilds defective electronic components. 4. Utilizes an EPROM programming instrument to modify or replace EPROM chip program instructions on logic control boards. 5. Adjusts and calibrates electronic components. 6. Repairs electronic locks and resets combinations. 7. Troubleshoots malfunctions with microcomputers and peripherals. 8. Runs diagnostic programs, replaces control boards, and other microcomputer, data communications, and power supply components. 9. Uses a microcomputer to enter and receive farebox maintenance and diagnostic information and reports. 10. Ensures that revenue security procedures are properly followed. 11. Responds to problems and technical questions from remote locations and gives instructions and directions or visits locations to locate and clear malfunctions. 12. Cleans, lubricates, and adjusts mechanical components. 13. Checks and makes dimensional adjustments. 14. Inspects, tests, and assembles electronic equipment and mechanical subassemblies. 15. Keeps a supply of replacement parts, boards, and subassemblies. 16. Maintains a file of wiring diagrams, electronic schematic diagrams, blueprints, and repair records. Minimum Qualifications High School graduation or G.E.D. Some advanced training in electronics, preferably completion of a sequence of courses in electronics, radio, television or computer repair in a recognized technical school, institute, or community college. Two years experience in testing, maintenance, and repair of electronically operated microprocessor controlled systems and equipment. Supplemental Information Subjects & Weights:1. Written Exam: 50% Maximum - 32.5% Minimum;2. Training, Experience & Personal Qualifications: 50% Maximum - 32.5% Minimum;3. Interview: Pass / Fail;4. Military Service: 0-15 Points;5. Domicile Credit: 15 Points. Closing Date/Time:
City of Detroit Detroit, Michigan, United States
Aug 08, 2018
Full Time
Description Under general supervision, inspects plumbing and drainage systems to assure compliance with pertinent codes and city ordinances, approves plans, specifications, and accepted standards and methods of work; and examines plans for compliance with pertinent codes, laws, and ordinances for the approval of applications for permits. Examples of Duties 1.Approves applications for permits when necessary. 2.Completes daily inspection activity reports accurately and neatly. 3.Examines construction plans prior to the issuance of permit to determine conformance with pertinent City and State codes /ordinances. 4.Prepares code violation cases for court and appears and testifies regarding code violations in court cases. 5.Investigates complaints of code violations and prepares notices of violation to be sent to appropriate person(s). 6.Assists in the training of new employees. 7.Inspects plumbing and drainage installations in and around new, existing, renovated, remodeled buildings of all types for compliance with pertinent codes, and ordinance requirements. 8.Determines if installations conform to the code and approved plans. 9.Performs witness test of plumbing systems for leaks, examines fixtures, appliances and special fittings to see if they are code approved types. 10.Performs related office duties as needed. 11.Works with supervisor(s) and management to improve efficiencies within the division and department. 12.Prepares and presents lectures, speeches, and demonstrations on plumbing issues. Minimum Qualifications High school graduation or G.E.D. and preferably completion of two years of college with specialization in engineering. Two years of journey worker level experience in the construction and maintenance of plumbing and drainage systems and related parts, preferably including experience in the inspectional and/or supervisory phases of the work. Supplemental Information LICENSE, CERTIFICATION AND OTHER SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: Valid State of Michigan Journey and/or Master Plumber License required. Employees certified or promoted to this class must acquire and maintain registration as an inspector and plan reviewer with the State of Michigan, as required under the provisions of Public Act #54, Rule 31, R 408-30043. Progress toward obtaining certification will be evaluated at the end of the initial six-month probation period with a conditional six-month extension possible, after which, failure to comply will result in termination of employment in this class. Employees in this class will within (30) thirty days make application for a provisional registration with the State of Michigan in accordance with Public Act #54, R 408.30031, Rule 31 (5) and provide written verification of completing the minimum required hours of approved educational or training programs as prescribed in Table 31 of Rule 31. An applicant for registration as a provisional plumbing inspector shall have possessed a journey license for not less than 2 years or shall be licensed as a master plumber under the provisions of the state plumbing act, 2002 PA 733, MCL 338.3511 to 338.3569. Employees in this class will be required to provide their own automobile for transportation on a reimbursed mileage basis; valid State of Michigan Operator License required. Candidates considered for placement in this classification may be subject to a Criminal Background Investigation based on the requirements of the position. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS: Work involves the ability to climb ladders and enter manholes, narrow openings and crawl spaces, and to move along narrow, exposed platforms and beams, and to climb in and out of trenches and other excavations, work in high places and confined spaces, and work in hot, dusty places. Evaluation Process 1. Oral Appraisal: 50% 2.Training, Experience and Personal Qualification: 50% 3. Total: 100% Maximum - 65% Minimum. 4. Military Service: 1% Minimum to 15% Maximum 5. Domicile Credit: 0% to 15% Closing Date/Time:
City of Detroit Detroit, Michigan, United States
Aug 08, 2018
Full Time
Description Under general supervision, to inspect heating, ventilation refrigeration, and air-conditioning equipment and systems to assure compliance with pertinent codes and city ordinances, approved plans, specifications and accepted standards and methods of work. Examples of Duties 1. Inspects and tests gas-fired, oil-fired, and solid fuel-fired heating equipment and its associated storage and control equipment, space heating distribution systems and components, air-conditioning equipment and components, refrigeration systems and equipment for compliance with pertinent codes and for installation according to approved plans. 2. Reports findings, secures corrections or issues violation notices. 3. Points out code violations. 4. Explains code provisions. 5. Witnesses and reports on equipment acceptance tests. 6. Checks for proper licensure of boiler and refrigeration plant operating personnel. 7. Investigates complaints of violations of codes and prepares notices of violations. 8. Makes re-inspectionof premises or equipment to determine corrections of code violations. 9. Compiles information and prepares code violation cases for court. 10. Appears and testifies regarding code violation in court cases. 11. Investigates and reports on accidents. 12. Prepares daily activities reports. 13. Assists in the training of new employees assigned to the activity. Minimum Qualifications High school graduation or GED, and two years advanced training in engineering principles and their practical application to the fields of refrigeration, air-conditioning, combustion control and space heating distribution systems, and preferably training shall have been secured by the completion of an apprenticeship in heating and refrigeration mechanics with a reputable concern. Preferably one year training in an engineering college. Two years of experience in the installation, construction, maintenance, operation and repair of heating, refrigeration and air-conditioning equipment and systems, preferably including experience in the inspectional and/or supervisory phases of the work. Supplemental Information LICENSE, CERTIFICATION AND OTHER SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: State of Michigan Mechanical Contractor License with limited or unlimited Heating or Refrigeration Service required. Employees certified or promoted to this class must acquire and maintain registration as an inspector and plan reviewer with the State of Michigan, as required under the provisions of Public Act #54, rule 31 R. 408-30043. Progress toward obtaining certification will be evaluatedat the end of the initial six-month probation period with a conditional six-month extension possible, after which, failure to comply will result in termination of employment in this class. Employees in this class will within (30) thirty days make application for a provisional registration with the State of Michigan in accordance with Public Act #54, R. 408.30031, Rule 31 (5) and provide written verification of completing the minimum required hours of approved educational or training programs as prescribed in Table 31 of Rule 31. An applicant for registration as a provisional mechanical inspector shall have possessed a mechanical license for not less than 1 year in 3 or more categories 1, 2, 4, or 9 as defined in 1984 PA 192, MCL 338.971 to MCL 338.988 and known as the Forbes mechanical contractors act; or individual shall be licensed as a mechanical contractor in classification 1 and 2 and also have an ICC (International Code Council) Certification as a Commercial Fire Sprinkler Inspector and Commercial Mechanical Inspector. Employees in this class will be required to provide their own automobile for transportation on a reimbursed mileage basis; valid State of Michigan Operator License required. Successful applicants certified to positions in this class must acquire and maintain registration as an inspector with the State of Michigan. Candidates considered for placement in this classification may be subject to a Criminal Background Investigation based on the requirements of the position. Evaluation Process 1. Oral Appraisal (Interview) - 32.5 (Minimum) - 50% (Maximum) 2. Evaluation of Training, Experience, Personal Qualifications (TEP) - 32.5 (Minimum) - 50% (Maximum) 3. Total of Written Examination & Evaluation of TEP= 65% (Minimum) - 100% (Maximum) 4. Domicile Credit: 15 pts 5. Military Service: 0-15 pts Closing Date/Time:
City of Detroit Detroit, Michigan, United States
Jan 18, 2019
Full Time
Description Under general supervision, organizes and expedites routine office activities in the administrative office of a major division of a large department. Examples of Duties Reviews correspondence and determines the appropriate method for routing. Answers and types responses to routine correspondence. Drafts replies to non-routine correspondence, subject to the review and approval by superiors in non-technical matters. Serves as the liaison between superiors and subordinate staff, other departmental staff, departments and outside agencies. Schedules appointments and maintains appointment calendar for superior. Screens callers and visitors. Records and transcribes important or confidential material. Analyzes routine but important issues independently, in order to determine the proper method for resolution and expedites remedies. Maintains assignment logs for staff, documents action taken, and follows up to ensure timely response. Provides information to citizens about departmental, division and section policies and procedures. Maintains time keeping and confidential records and files. Attends meetings with superiors to record the proceedings, and as r required, records verbatim statements. Assists staff by providing information about procedures, practices and policies in division. Proofreads all typed material for grammar, spelling, punctuation and typographical errors before submission to superior. Develops and revises the format of forms to facilitate work flow. Plans, schedules, reviews and assigns the work of a small group of clerical employees. Instructs and trains employees on new procedures and/or operations. Evaluates work performance and administers discipline. Minimum Qualifications High school graduation or GED; preferably some college courses in secretarial science or business administration. Three (3) years of experience in secretarial work that has demonstrated the ability to handle important office duties. Supplemental Information KNOWLEDGE OF: Departmental organization and work functions, practices, procedures, rules and regulations. Common English usage, grammar, spelling and punctuation. SKILL IN: Typing with speed and accuracy. Exercising tact and discretion. Use of common office equipment, personal computers and software. Oral and written communication. Tactful interaction with departmental personnel and others. ABILITY TO: Draft non-routine original documents. Handle routine and some non-routine administrative detail. Supervise the work of others. LICENSE, CERTIFICATION AND OTHER SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: Candidates considered for placement in this classification may be subject to a CriminalBackground Investigation based on the requirements of the position. Computerized Written Examination: 70% Training, Experience, and Performance: 30% Closing Date/Time: 1/25/2019 12:00 AM Eastern
City of Detroit Detroit, Michigan, United States
Jan 18, 2019
Full Time
Description Under general supervision, prepares plans, designs and specifications for landscape architectural work, conducts studies and prepares plans for municipal and land development project Examples of Duties Designs, selects, and approves design features. Uses drafting techniques or computer aided design equipment to prepare land development and landscape plans and drawings for municipal facilities, parklands, boulevards, urban renewal and related projects. Prepares all phases of landscape architectural plans, details and technical construction specifications. Investigates and analyzes construction method being used. Examines plans, specifications, and estimates for completeness and conformity to accepted design practices, policies and procedures. Prepares special studies and reports regarding alternate solutions and estimated materials and costs. Makes field inspections of work projects to observe operations and to see that satisfactory progress is being made. Confers with representatives of other divisions or departments on landscaping problems. Compiles cost estimates of budgetary requirements for projected work programs. Makes public presentations to interested groups on landscaping projects. Handles correspondence and prepares periodic and special activity reports. Assists in scheduling and supervising the work of subordinate landscape architects engaged in making fundamental land development design studies. Makes economic studies of alternate methods of solving specific landscape problems. Prepares detailed designs, plans, drawings, specifications and estimates of costs for municipal landscape design and development projects Minimum Qualifications Bachelor's degree in architecture, landscape architecture or architectural engineering. Two years experience in landscape architecture, preferably as applied to municipal landscape architectural projects, and one year experience in landscape construction work Supplemental Information Plant materials. The principles of landscape architecture. Skill in : The mechanics of design and in creating pans having artistic merit. The application of CADD technology to architectural design. The use of personal computers and project management and common office software. Preparing clear and comprehensive plans. Ability to : Organize and schedule work and to supervise the activities of a small group of subordinates. Interact tactfully and effectively with vendors, contractors, consultants, developers and subordinates. Demonstrate initiative and resourcefulness in devising solutions to landscape architectural design problems. Communicate effectively orally and in writing and make public presentations. License, Certification and other special Requirements : Registration as a Landscape Architect in the State of Michigan is not required, but preferred. Candidates considered for placement in this classification may be subject to a Criminal Background Investigation based on requirements of the position. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS : Work involves both office and field assignments and requires the ability to perform field investigations under seasonal weather conditions including visits to outdoor construction sites. Subjects & Weights Oral Appraisal 70% Evaluation of T.E.P. 30% Portfolio (Work Sample) P/F Domicile Credit: 15 points Military Service Credit 1 - 15 points Closing Date/Time:
City of Detroit Detroit, Michigan, United States
Sep 04, 2018
Full Time
Description Under general supervision, operates motor coach vehicles in a safe, efficient and courteous manner. Examples of Duties Operates motor coaches. Opens doors for passengers boarding and exiting vehicles. Operates wheelchair lifts. Cycles wheelchair lift upon pulling out and pulling into the garage. Monitors passengers depositing fares and ensures correct amounts are deposited in fare box. Issues, receives and validates transfers. Prepares and issues refund slips. Announces streets and stop locations. Provides information and directions to passengers. Adjusts route and destination signs and route numbers. Maintains cleanliness of vehicle. Removes snow, ice or slush from steps and platforms. Maintains proper lighting, heating and ventilation in vehicle. Reviews bulletin boards at terminal daily for route changes, detours, policy changes and other announcements. Prepares and completes trip sheets, accident reports and other forms and submits to appropriate personnel. Instructs students on the operation of transportation equipment. Ensures vehicle is serviced when driving into service areas. Conducts pre- and post-trip coach inspections. Transfers coaches to alternative terminals. Maintains established route schedule. Minimum Qualifications Completion of high school or G.E.D. Valid Michigan Commercial Driver License with Group A or B designation and Passenger and Air Brake endorsements preferred . *CDL's must have Passenger andAirbrakeEndorsement.* Preferably two years of experience operating automotive vehicles, as demonstrated by a State Driving Record. *All applicants must have a valid Operators license (at minimum) at the point of hire (certification). All applicants must be have a Valid State of Michigan Chauffeur Learning Permit (CLP) no later than 14 (fourteen days) after their Hire Date, with the following endorsements: Either Class A (Bus); Class B, with P for Passenger and Air Brakes. All applicants are encouraged to visit there local Michigan Secretary of State Office at the earliest possible date in order to inquire about the CDL Process. Any applicants that have had their license suspended and/or revoked within the last 3 (three) years may be ineligible to obtain their CDL-these applicants should visit their Local Secretary of State in order to inquire about their ability to obtain a CDL based upon their Driving Record. Supplemental Information 1. START Test Max. 65% Min. 34 2. Training, Experience, and Personal Qualifications Max. 35% Min 21 3. Interview - Pass/Fail 3. Total: 65-100%4. Military Service: 0% Minimum to 15% Maximum 5. Domicile Credit: 0 to 15 points Closing Date/Time:
City of Detroit Detroit, Michigan, United States
Aug 08, 2018
Full Time
Description Under general supervision, inspects new and existing buildings, structures, and signs to ensure compliance with regulatory codes and city ordinances, approved plans, specifications, and accepted standards and methods of work; and examines plans for compliance with regulatory codes, laws and ordinances for the approval of applications for permits. Examples of Duties Inspects the use of land and all types and sizes of buildings including residential, commercial, industrial and public buildings, and signs and structures for conformance with the building codes. Inspects the construction of new buildings, signs and structures with regard to materials, dimensions and work methods used and against approved plans and specifications and codes. Inspects completed new buildings, signs and structures for conformance to code provisions. Investigates complaints of unsafe or unlawful conditions of buildings and signs. Performs routine inspections of existing signs and buildings such as multiple dwellings and places of public assembly to determine whether such buildings and structures conform to applicable codes and ordinances. Investigates building alterations or repairs to determine whether a building permit is required or has been obtained. Inspects buildings damaged by fire, estimates the amount of damage and determines whether such buildings may be repaired or should be razed. Investigates complaints of violations of codes, prepares notices of violation and performs re-inspections of premises or equipment to determine corrections of code violations. Compiles information and prepares code violation cases for court and appears and testifies regarding code violations in court cases. Examines plans prior to the issuance of permits to assess conformance with the "state housing law" portion of the building code and zoning ordinance and recommends changes to plans, as required. Approves applications for permits. Prepares daily activities reports. Minimum Qualifications High School Graduation or GED. Four years of recent journey worker level experience in the construction of buildings and related structures, preferably including one year of experience in the inspectional and/or supervisory phases of the work. Supplemental Information LICENSE, CERTIFICATION AND OTHER SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: Employees certified or promoted to this class must acquire and maintain registration as an inspector and plan reviewer with the State of Michigan, as required under the provisions of Public Act #54, rule R. 408-30037. Progress toward obtaining certification will be evaluated at the end of the initial six-month probation period with a conditional six-month extension possible, after which, failure to comply will result in termination of employment in this class. Employees in this class will be required to provide and operator a motor vehicle on a reimbursed mileage basis, valid State of Michigan Operator license is required. Candidates considered for placement in this classification may be subject to a Criminal Background Investigation based on the requirements of the position. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS : Fieldwork includes exposure to outside elements and seasonal weather conditions and indoor exposure to residential, commercial or industrial property in various conditions and stages of repair or construction. Customer contacts require neat and clean appearance Evaluation Process Written Examination - 35 % (Maximum) - 22.75% (Minimum) Oral Appraisal (Interview) - 35% (Maximum) - 22.75% (Minimum) Evaluation of TEP= 30% (Maximum) - 19% (Minimum) Total of Written Examination, Oral Interview & Evaluation of TEP= 65 % (Minimum) - 100% (Maximum) Domicile Credit: 15 points Military Service Credit 1 - 15 points Closing Date/Time:
City of Detroit Detroit, Michigan, United States
Jan 18, 2019
Full Time
Description The Applications Analyst plans, designs, configures, develops, and implements new applications and application enhancements. Examples of Duties Meet with customers to define business requirements, applications and systems goals, and to identify and resolve applications and systems issues. Review and analyze the effectiveness and efficiency of existing applications and systems, and develop strategies for improving or further leveraging these applications and systems. Assist in the deployment of new applications and in delivering enhancements to existing applications. Perform application design, configuration, and integration. Can develop and maintain programs written in common programming languages including stored procedures and web services. Conduct cost-benefit and return on investment analyses for applications and systems in order to aid management in making acquisition and implementation decisions. Coordinate and perform tests for existing and new applications, including user acceptance tests. Provide training to end users. Identify potential risks and dependencies between applications, systems and business processes and provide solutions, impacts and recommendations to resolve conflicts if they should arise. Develop application prototypes and mockups to present to the project user group in an effort to collect functional clarifications and requirements. Plan, design, and implement additions, upgrades, replacements, or retirement of applications including the database management environment on the Web to support the capacity to store a substantial amount of data. A valid Michigan Driver's License and the ability to drive a motor vehicle on all terrain. Follow security and safety policies and procedures in carrying out work duties. Provide on the job training. Minimum Qualifications Associate's degree in Computer Science, Information Technology or related field and four (4) toseven (7) years of experience; or combination of related work experience and education Possess a domain-specific entry level certification (i.e. Certified Business Process Analyst, JAVA Programming Associate) Possess a vendor specific domain "associate" or "foundational" level certification ( Closing Date/Time:
City of Detroit Detroit, Michigan, United States
Jan 17, 2019
Full Time
Description The Infrastructure Administrator participates in designing, implementing, managing, documenting and supporting Detroit Water and Sewerage Department's (DWSD) infrastructure components including storage, printing, server, radio, voice, n and data. Examples of Duties Responsible for provisioning, installing/configuring, operating, and maintaining Information Technology on premise and cloud environments including systems, servers, voice, radio, network hardware, software and related peripherals. Consult, coordinate and communicate with business units and IT staff providing solutions and recommendations which integrate with current and future database, application and infrastructure architectures. Responsible for capacity planning and management, security planning and management, data management, systems maintenance, and performance management of one or more systems. Participate in information technology planning for hardware, software and infrastructure. Participate in technical research and development to enable continuing innovation within the system and infrastructure. Responsible for administering, maintaining and supporting DWSD's network and system infrastructure and security including installation, documentation, administration and maintenance activities. Responsible for reviewing all technical network and system designs and ensuring that they meet business and technical requirements and DWSD network and system infrastructure and enterprise IT standards. Plan, design, and implement additions, upgrades, replacements, or retirements of network and communications IT infrastructure. Minimum Qualifications TCP/IP networking and operating environments with a strong focus in Unix/Red Hat. knowledge of networks, routers, switches, firewalls and wireless equipment preferred. MS SQL administration. Linux (Red Hat) administration experience. Office 365, PowerShell, and SharePoint. Oracle Cloud Infrastructure skills preferred. Cloud infrastructure administration strongly suggested. Closing Date/Time:
City of Detroit Detroit, Michigan, United States
Jan 17, 2019
Full Time
Description The Customer Service Analyst provides support to the Customer Service Department. The incumbent determines quality standards by analyzing and monitoring inbound and outbound calls, emails and in person interactions and provides business intelligence for the call center and service center operations. Examples of Duties Collects data through different means to analyze quality and efficiency of all Customer Service functions. Monitors inbound and outbound communication and in person interactions using department standards. Provides coaching and feedback on an ongoing basis. Minimum Qualifications High school diploma or GED Two (2) years of experience in a Customer Service capacity (preferably call center environment Microsoft Office Suite experience Closing Date/Time:
City of Detroit Detroit, Michigan, United States
Jan 09, 2019
Full Time
Description The Office of the Chief Financial Officer is seeking to fill Agency Chief Financial Officer (Agency CFO) position(s) within the Office of Departmental Financial Services. The Agency CFO is one of several Agency CFO positions within the City of Detroit Office of the Chief Financial Officer. Each of the Agency CFOs will oversee one agency or a cluster of agencies. The Agency CFO will report to the Deputy Chief Financial Officer for Departmental Financial Services within the Office of the Chief Financial Officer. Subordinates include a full range of managers, supervisors, professionals, and paraprofessionals. The Agency CFO will partner with City and specified agency leadership to plan, implement, manage, and control all financial-related activities of the agencies assigned. This will include direct responsibility for strategic planning, accounting, finance, forecasting, costing, purchasing, reporting, and financial resource management system usage. This will also include developing and transitioning to new policies, procedures, and operational requirements as dictated by the Chief Financial Officer. Examples of Duties Partner with City and agency leadership to plan, implement, manage, and control all financial-related activities of the agencies assigned. Manages subordinates engaged in a wide range of fiscal and financial management functions, including budget development and execution, accounting operations, grants management, contracting and procurement, and financial management support. Subordinates include a full range of managers, supervisors, professionals, and paraprofessionals. Provides leadership in the development of and continuous evaluation of short, medium, and long-term strategic financial objectives. Directs and oversees all aspects of the finance and accounting functions of agencies assigned. Oversees the supervision of agency financial staff including a combination of professional, technical, administrative, and clerical positions. Ensures credibility of the Office of the Chief Financial Officer by providing timely and accurate analysis of budgets, financial trends, forecasts, financial data, and internal controls. Evaluates and advises on the impact of long range planning, introduction of new programs/ strategies, and regulatory action. Plans, operates, develops, supervises, and monitors operating and capital budgets, grants management, and financial management programs for assigned agencies. Monitors reviews assigned agencies' Plan of Adjustment to determine compliance with spending projections and other financial related issues and assesses the achievement of Plan of Adjustment goals and objectives. Assists Office of Budget with preparation of the annual and triennial budget. Tracks budget to actual spending on a monthly, quarterly, and annual basis. Develops monthly and quarterly financial analyses, variances, and forecasts. Intercedes as necessary in complex issues and maintains awareness of all ongoing assignments. Develops and revises financial and fiscal policies, plans, procedures, goals, and systems that may be required. Determines any modifications that may be required to budgets. Keeps officials and staff members informed of new financial systems design and improvements that are developed and required. Serves as key financial and fiscal representative of the assigned agencies. Reviews the operating budget proposals and prepares recommendations. Examines and reports work progress on the budget and grants management program accomplishments. Prepares recurring and special reports of a budgetary, financial, or analytical nature as required or requested by the Deputy CFO or other executive officials. Reviews the proposed capital budget and works closely with the staff of the assigned agencies in order to remain informed as to the plans, cost estimates, and schedules of the capital projects. Adjusts plans and programs to meet emerging or new programs, while continuing to address major agency priorities. Monitors the efficiency and effectiveness of the agencies organization structure, staff assignments, service levels, and administrative systems. Attends meetings with top-level officials to advise on policies and procedures that have budget and grant management implications, such as budget formulation. Resolves work problems presented by subordinate staff. Collaborates with other units to negotiate, decide on, and/or coordinate work-related changes. Evaluates subordinate staff and where there are subordinate supervisors, reviews the evaluations prepared for their respective staff members. Selects nonsupervisory positions and recommends selections for supervisory positions. Hears grievances and serious employee complaints, reviews disciplinary cases proposing suspensions and removals, and disciplinary problems involving key employees. Works with the Chief Learning Officer on the design and implementation of learning and staff development strategies. Participates in the decisions on long-range planning, periodic, and comprehensive evaluation of program goals and objectives. Participates in the decision-making process regarding issues that affect economy of operations. Minimum Qualifications Education Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university, preferably with major course of work in accounting, finance, business administration, statistics, or a closely related field. Such education must include at least twenty-four (24) semester (36 terms) credits in coursework of accounting, finance, and economics. Experience Must have a minimum of seven (7) years total experience: Four (4) years of direct experience in finance and/or accounting and three (3) years in a supervisory and/or managerial capacity over finance and/or accounting professionals. Agency Chief Financial Officer must demonstrate proficiency with integrated word processing and spreadsheet functions. License / Certificates Possession of a Certified Government Financial Manager (CGFM) certificate sponsored by Association of Government Accountants (AGA) and/or a Certified Public Finance Officer (CPFO) certificate sponsored by the Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA) may be required. Supplemental Information SUBJECTS & WEIGHTS Oral Appraisal 100% Closing Date/Time: Continuous
City of Detroit Detroit, Michigan, United States
Jan 08, 2019
Full Time
Description The Engineer performs engineering work for municipal projects. This position administers and manages the design and implementation, and/or delivery and execution of consultant and contract services, for all projects required for the improvement and expansion of the Detroit Water and Sewerage Department System. Examples of Duties Perform construction administration tasks for municipal engineering projects. Prepare plans, drawings, specifications and detailed computations for municipal engineering projects. Prepare requests for proposals and evaluate proposals for consultant contracts. Evaluate bids for construction contracts. Attend construction meetings. Assist with field and design issues on construction of projects. Review and enforce consultant work and responses. Participate and review all site surveys. Oversee and devise testing related to proper maintenance and operation of equipment. Assist management with engineering reports and other correspondence. A valid Michigan Driver's License and the ability to drive a motor vehicle on all terrain. Follow security and safety policies and procedures in carrying out work duties. Provide on the job training. Minimum Qualifications Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in civil/sanitary, mechanical, electrical or chemical engineering. Engineering and construction management experience preferred E.I.T. (Engineer In Training) certificate preferred Closing Date/Time:
City of Detroit Detroit, Michigan, United States
Dec 12, 2018
Full Time
Description Under general supervision, performs responsible technical work in the field of traffic engineering; and investigates and analyzes traffic and/or transportation problems Examples of Duties Investigates, collects and analyzes data on traffic conditions especially as they relate to traffic flows. Performs design studies and analyzes of traffic problems related to the design and positioning of traffic structures and accessories. Examines alternative traffic control devices for effectiveness and makes recommendations on the selection and layout of selected equipment. Directs the preparation of maps and layouts of proposed traffic structures with indications as to their general characteristics. Assigns and outlines detail work to subordinates, instructs them on objectives and procedures, and reviews their work during process and upon completion. May supervise Assistant Engineers and other technical staff members. Devises standard methods and forms for collection and presentation of traffic data. Develops traffic survey techniques. Minimum Qualifications Bachelor's degree in a traffic engineering or traffic planning related field. Three years of experience in traffic and related planning activities; including the study and installation of traffic controls in urban areas and statistical analysis and reporting of traffic data. One year of supervisory experience preferred. LICENSE, CERTIFICATION AND OTHER SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: Valid State of Michigan Operator License required. Employees in this class will be required to provide and operate a motor vehicle on a reimbursed mileage basis. Supplemental Information SUBJECTS & WEIGHTS Oral Appraisal - 80% Eval TEP - 20% KNOWLEDGE OF: Principles and methods of traffic engineering design and construction. Standards and practices of traffic engineering. Statistical principles and practices as applied to engineering data. Problems of traffic control and the principles, methods and equipment involved in their solution. Computerized design and drafting tools. SKILL IN: Use of personal computers and computer aided drafting and design (CADD) equipment. Use of standard engineering and specialized traffic engineering applications software, such as Synchro, SimTraffic, HCS, etc. Use of common office and project management software. ABILITY TO: Analyze problems related to traffic engineering design and structures. Plan and supervise work related to the design, selection and placement of traffic structures and appurtenances. Communicate effectively, both orally and in writing. Interact with vendors, contractors, consultants, developers, subordinates and peers in a tactful and effective manner. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS : Work is performed in a variety of shop, plant, field and office locations, sometimes involves exposure to seasonal weather conditions. The above statements describe the general nature and level of work performed by employees assigned to the class. Incumbents may be required to perform job-related responsibilities and tasks other than those stated in this specification. Specific job duties may vary from position to position. Classes Consolidated: 12/18/2000 (The duties and responsibilities of the classes of Senior Assistant Traffic Engineer and Senior Traffic Planner) Closing Date/Time: Continuous