McCarran International Airport
Las Vegas, NV, United States
About the Position Manages asset data, works with various tradesmen to develop and maintain a comprehensive preventative maintenance program, develops work plans and coordinates skilled craftsmen to carryout maintenance. Gathers requirements on materials and tools to ensure they are available when needed. Responsible for planning and scheduling maintenance repair, refurbishment or replacement projects to ensure work processes are followed. Communicates at a high quality and frequency throughout all activities. Required to run meetings, formally present information, and track all information daily. This recruitment will establish an Open Competitive and Promotional list to fill current and/or future vacancies which may occur within the next six months. The Department of Aviation reserves the right to call only the most qualified applicants to the hiring interview. Requirements Graduation from high school or equivalent and two years of college level education in building/facility management, business management, construction management, engineering, or a related field, and four years increasingly responsible experience in a maintenance trade, preferably in a large facility. Additional facilities based experience may be substituted for required education on a year to year basis and equivalent combinations of education and experience may be considered. Qualifying education and experience must be clearly documented in the "Education" and "Work Experience" sections of the application. Applicants not meeting these requirements will not be considered for employment. A current detailed resume with verifiable job information (job title, duties performed, employer address and phone number, specific employment start and end dates, hours worked per week, etc.) is required and must be electronically attached to your application. If you need assistance with attaching your resume call (702) 261-5110. Your application and resume will be rated; points will be awarded based on expertise in the following areas: light construction management; asset management planning; work scheduling; general computer systems knowledge; interpretation of design specifications and drawings. Working Conditions: Work evening, night, weekend and holiday shifts. Work extended shifts or be called back in emergency situations. May work outdoors in all weather conditions. May work in construction environments involving dust, noise, and fumes. Licensing and Certification: Must possess a valid Class C Nevada Driver's License at time of appointment. Pre-Employment Drug Testing: Employment is contingent upon the results of a pre-employment drug examination. Residency Requirement: Permanent employees must maintain a principal place of residency within the boundaries of Clark County and provide proof of compliance with Nevada motor vehicle registration and drivers' license laws within 90 days of employment. Background Check: Employment with the Department of Aviation is contingent upon completion of an education/experience background investigation, a fingerprint-based criminal history record check processed by the FBI, and upon the ability to be granted a security badge as mandated by the Transportation Security Administration. Note: all prospective hires must present two original government issued ID's upon acceptance of job offer. Examples of acceptable ID's include a Passport, Driver's License or DMV issued ID, birth certificate, Social Security card, Voter Registration card, school issued ID with picture, etc. Customs and Border Protection Security Seal Program: Employment with the Department of Aviation in this job title is contingent upon a five year employment and residency history record check and the ability to present original identity based documentation in order to meet the requirements for a Security Seal. Physical Demands Mobility to work in a typical plant or related industrial setting, including operating standard office equipment, and to drive a motor vehicle to various work sites; stamina to stand, walk and climb; and to work in confined or awkward spaces for an extended period of time; strength to lift and maneuver materials and equipment weighing up to 100 pounds with proper equipment; vision to read printed materials; and hearing and speech to communicate in person or over a radio or telephone. Accommodation may be made for some of these physical demands for otherwise qualified individuals who require and request such accommodation. Examples of Duties Plans preventative maintenance work orders by creating and maintaining job plan libraries. Schedules maintenance and project work for the organization. Prepares job plans and coordinates the use of skilled and unskilled staff. Utilizes a computerized maintenance management system (CMMS) to develop and track job plans, safety plans, job hazard and confined space plans, and equipment hierarchies; creates daily, weekly, and monthly work plan for all maintenance trades. Liaisons with other work units to obtain drawings of work plan options, supplies needed, etc. Facilitates communication and job tasks among other business units. Prepares detailed estimates including labor, materials, repair parts, special tools, and equipment needed. Evaluates and priorities job plans according to urgency, material requirements, equipment and staff availability, operational needs, and documentation requirements. Determines material and equipment needed; allocates material to work orders. Prepare and maintain accurate records of work done; presents records as needed for compliance audits. Visits job sites and investigates work for feasibility and efficient labor utilization; determines the scope of the work to be undertaken. Coordinates job plans with others; initiates interventions to solve work planning problems. Confers with requestor for clarification of job requirements. Establishes standards for repetitive jobs such as preventative and predictive maintenance and adjusts scheduling frequencies to optimize effectiveness; ensures jobs are planned, assigned, scheduled, performed, and tracked. Reports progress and project status verbally and in writing; attends meetings as required. Recommends equipment, facility improvements, process enhancements, and cost reductions. Inspects work areas; conducts job hazard analysis of employee tasks. Assists in identifying and resolving facility compliance issues related to OSHA, ADA, building and fire code and ordinances. Drives a motor vehicle in order to inspect work sites, and responds to emergency situations. Closing Date/Time: 7/5/2019 5:00 PM Pacific
City of Sacramento, CA
Sacramento, California, United States
THE POSITION IDEAL CANDIDATE The ideal candidate will possess strong financial acumen with successful oversight of administrative and fiscal activities, preferably in a public agency, with a heavy emphasis on business operations, cash collections, and revenue. Additionally, this candidate will be a big-picture thinker, have a strategic approach, and be able to implement best practices/change management in a dynamic and fast-changing environment. The ideal candidate will also have the ability to ensure transparency and accountability in all financial transactions and record-keeping, consistent with the highest level of professional and ethical standards. This financial professional will also have career experience to effectively work in and with high performance teams where accuracy, timeliness, and changing priorities are the norm. The ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with key staff throughout the organization, elected officials, and externally with the general public and the business community is critical. Designation as a Certified Public Accountant is highly desirable. The additional following certifications would be beneficial: CPFO (Certified Public Finance Officer), CGFM (Certified Government Financial Manager), or CMA (Certified Management Accountant). OVERVIEW Under administrative direction, the Financial Services Manager (Revenue Manager) supervises, plans, and coordinates the City's general financial services or accounting operations that include developing annual and multi-year work plans and strategies, ensuring resources are available to achieve work plans, resolving complex business issues, and establishing management practices and processes to ensure the accomplishment of performance standards; and coordinates assigned activities with other divisions, departments, outside agencies, and the general public. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS This division manager level classification is populated with multiple incumbents and resides at the Revenue, Accounting, and Payroll Divisions of the Finance Department. The incumbent supervises and manages municipal financial and/or accounting activities while performing a variety of managerial and administrative accounting and analysis of a complex nature to assess long range financial and accounting problems, ensure accurate reporting of the City's financial position, and assisting in developing, prioritizing and implementing department goals. This class is distinguished from the Director of Finance in that the latter has overall management responsibility for all Finance Department services and activities, including the City's financial operations/affairs, internal controls, and financial systems. SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND EXERCISED Receives administrative direction from executive management staff. Exercises direct supervision over assigned professional, technical and clerical support staff ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES The following duties are typical for this classification. The incumbent may not perform all the listed duties and/or may be required to perform related duties to address business needs and changing business practices: Coordinate the daily operations of the City's accounting or financial operations staff, including staff assigned to the following functions - financial reporting and recordkeeping, disbursement processing, annual audit administration, revenues, collections, cash management, payroll and finance support. Develop, communicate, and implement division work plans and strategies, goals, objectives and priorities , including formulating, interpreting, analyzing and explaining financial and program policies and activities to ensure understanding and measure performance and compliance. Maintain financial management systems and records of the City in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles. Participate in the identification, development and implementation of financial software applications to ensure compliance with internal controls, financial goals, policies and objectives. Select, supervise, train and evaluate professional, technical and clerical personnel. Meet with and coordinate with outside auditors; collect appropriate documentation and serve as a resource person throughout the audit phase. Assist in the annual operating, capital and debt service budget preparation; coordinate the preparation of financial statements and reports; review and finalize account analysis performed by other staff. Maintain debt records; provide information to debt advisors, account for defeasance, and perform other debt oversight functions. Plan, conduct, oversee, and/or coordinate comprehensive management program analyses, special studies and projects as assigned. Represent the department by participating in outside community, professional groups and committees; providing technical and staff assistance to the City Council, Commissions, Committees and other management staff in matters related to financial support activities and programs, as necessary; and responding to a variety of technical inquiries and complaints relating to the City's financial activities. May participate in labor negotiations and/or provide analysis of the feasibility and technical implications of labor agreement changes and make recommendations. NON-ESSENTIAL DUTIES Perform related duties as assigned. QUALIFICATIONS Knowledge of : Principles and methods of public finance administration, particularly in the areas of accounting, auditing, investing and policy development. Current accounting principles, practices and methods including program budgeting and auditing, automated financial accounting and reporting systems, and their application to municipal operations. General principles and practices of data processing and its applicability to payroll processing and records management, accounting and municipal operations. Principles and practices of organization, management and public administration including financial, personnel and administrative practices and analysis techniques. Principles and practices of leadership, supervision, training, conflict resolution, and performance evaluation. Theory and principles of statistics and its practical applications. Strategic work plans and program evaluation. Pertinent federal, state, and local laws, codes, and regulations regulating the financial administration of government. Methods and techniques of time and project management. Common word processing, spreadsheet, and database software Methods and techniques of effective technical report preparation and presentation. Ability to : Identify, develop and implement new and improved financial software applications and financial record keeping and auditing procedures for municipal operations. Develop and administer division goals, objectives, and work plans. Conduct feasibility studies involving the analysis and review of fiscal, economic, and other trends in order to develop forecasts. Operate computers and computer applications and software including Microsoft Office, modern accounting and financial systems, and/or similar software applications. Establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work as well as work independently. Write clear, accurate and organized complex financial reports and analyses as well make effective oral and written presentations Plan, organize, and implement complex projects and assignments within established deadlines. Identify, analyze, interpret complex fiscal, organizational and operational problems and recommend appropriate solutions. Manage, supervise, train, and evaluate assigned personnel. EXPERIENCE AND EDUCATION Any combination of experience and training that would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be: Experience : Six years of experience in government finance or accounting, including two years of supervisory and management responsibility. Education : A Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in public or business administration, accounting, finance, or a closely related field. Proof of Education: Proof of education such as college transcripts and degrees must be submitted to the City of Sacramento Employment Office in person, as an attachment(s) to the online application, or fax to (916) 596-1556. If submitting in person or via fax, please include your name and Recruitment # 001925-19 on your documents. An applicant with a college degree obtained outside the United States must have education records evaluated by a credentials evaluation service. This evaluation must be submitted before you will be considered for any positions. SPECIAL QUALIFICATIONS Driver License : Possession of a valid California Class C driver license at the time of appointment. Individuals who do not meet this requirement due to physical disability will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis. Certification : Designation as a CPA (Certified Public Accountant) is highly desirable . The followingcertifications (or equivalent) are also desirable: CPFO (Certified Public Finance Officer) CGFM (Certified Government Financial Manager) CGMA (Chartered Global Management Accountant) CMA (Certified Management Accountant) CPP (Certified Payroll Professional) CCSA (Certification in Control Self-Assessment) CFE (Certified Fraud Examiner) GPC (Grants Professional Certification) PHYSICAL DEMANDS AND WORKING ENVIRONMENT The conditions herein 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 job functions. Environmental Conditions: Standard office setting; some travel from site to site. Incumbents will travel to and participate in various meetings, programs and events throughout the city, which may involve exposure to traffic and weather conditions. Physical Requirements: On an intermittent basis, sit at a desk; twist to reach equipment surrounding desk; Occasionally stand, kneel, climb and bend in the field; perform simple and power grasping, pushing, pulling, and fine manipulation; write or use a keyboard to communicate and occasionally lift or carry weight of 25 pounds or less. Vision and Hearing: See and hear in the normal visual and audio range with or without correction to make observations, communicating with others, read, write, and operate assigned equipment and vehicles. THE SELECTION PROCEDURE APPLICATION PROCESS Ralph Andersen & Associates is conducting outreach and soliciting qualified individuals to complete the on-line application process directly with the City of Sacramento. Completed applications are due by Monday, June 17, 2019 via the City's website at cityofsacramento.org/hr/employment . In advance of submittals, or to further explore this career opportunity, interested parties should contact Ms. Heather Renschler or establish a set appointment time with Ms. Tina Keller, Project Scheduler at (916) 630-4900. To facilitate discussion and review of qualifications, candidates may desire to also forward resumes in advance of preliminary discussion to firstname.lastname@example.org . Resume submission is strictly optional and will not replace the formal submission of an application through the City of Sacramento's website . SELECTION PROCEDURES The City of Sacramento's preferred method of communication with applicants is via e-mail. As such, please ensure you verify the e-mail address on your application, and check your e-mail frequently, including your spam and junk folders. All e-mail notifications can also be accessed through the governmentjobs.com applicant inbox. Application: (Pass/Fail) - All applicants must complete and submit online a City of Sacramento employment application to the Employment Office by the final filing deadline: Employment applications must be submitted online; paper applications will not be accepted. Employment applications will be considered incomplete and will be disqualified: If applicants do not list current and past job-related experience in the "Work Experience" section. Note: Qualifying experience is based on 40 hours per week (pro-rated if less than 40 hours/week). If "see resume" is noted in the "Work Experience" section; a resume will not substitute for the information required in the "Work Experience" section. Proof of required education and/or degree equivalency and certification must be submitted online with your application, emailed to email@example.com , delivered in person, or sent to the Employment Office by fax or mail by the final filing deadline. Supplemental Questionnaire: (Pass/Fail) - In addition to the City of Sacramento employment application, all applicants must complete and submit online responses to the supplemental questionnaire: Responses to the supplemental questionnaire must be submitted online; paper questionnaire will not be accepted. Incomplete supplemental questionnaire will not pass the review process; omitted information cannot be considered or assumed. A resume will not substitute for the information required in the supplemental questionnaire. Possession of the minimum qualifications is not necessarily a guarantee of further advancement in the selection process. Screening Committee: (Pass/Fail) - Ralph Andersen & Associates will evaluate employment applications for the minimum qualifications stated on the job announcement. Interview Process: Human Resources will forward all applications received to Ralph Andersen & Associates. Those determined to meet the minimum qualifications and to be the most qualified candidates will be invited to participate in an interview process. The hiring authority will review the results, and, at their discretion, also further engage with the Search Firm for further assistance in the interview process. Conditional Hire: Upon receipt of a conditional offer, the selected candidate must complete LiveScan / fingerprinting and receive Human Resources approval prior to receiving a start date from the department.