Commanding Officer Motor Equipment Job Description Sample
Motor Equipment Manager 1
Minimum Qualifications For Permanent/Provisional Appointment: You must have taken and obtained a reachable score on resulting eligible list from the September 29, 2018 holding of the Motor Equipment Manager 1 Civil Service Exam in order to be appointed permanently.
Candidates that are eligible to transfer under Civil Service Law 70.1 or 52.6 from a qualifying Civil Service title.
Duties Description Will be responsible for planning, organizing and maintenance, administration and technical control of all department motor equipment in the geographic area under your jurisdiction. Candidate would assign, schedule, and coordinate the fleet equipment with the work program.
The candidate would prepare budget requests for additional equipment and replacements; and supervise the inventory and distribution of all vehicles, equipment, parts, shop tools, and supplies. The candidate would direct the management and control of all repair shop facilities and review repair analyses, job cost estimates, and the use of machinery, tools, and parts. The candidate would supervise the preventative maintenance program and directly coordinate the training program of personnel assigned to the operation, maintenance, and management of equipment.
Additional Comments Please send a resume if you are interested in the position. Some positions may require additional credentials or a background check to verify your identity.
The New York State Thruway Authority is an Equal Opportunity Affirmative Action Employer. New York State Human Rights Law prohibits discrimination based on age, race, creed, color, national origin, sexual orientation, military status, sex, disability, marital status, gender identity, prior arrests, prior conviction records, predisposing genetic characteristics or domestic violence victim status. The New York State Thruway Authority provides reasonable accommodations to applicants with disabilities. If you need a reasonable accommodation for any part of the application and hiring process, please notify Frances Rosales, Director of Equal Opportunities Bureau at 518-436-2718.
Motor Equipment Operator II - Public Works (Construction)
The City of Johnson City, Tennessee is currently accepting online applications for a Motor Equipment Operator II with Public Works (Construction). This is skilled work in the operation of moderately complex specialized maintenance and construction automotive equipment; does related work as required. The work involves responsibility for the safe and efficient operation of assigned equipment.
Employees in this class must have manipulative skill of a higher degree than employees of a lower class, and work in this class differs from that of the lower class of operator in that incumbents must operate heavier, more complex and specialized equipment, and several types of equipment within this category interchangeably. Supervision may be exercised over one or two laborers. Employee drives trucks and operates other heavy equipment.
Performs various tasks associated with site grading, installation and/or construction work. Participates in snow plowing as needed. Work may be performed with considerable independence, but a supervisor will regularly check the work performed for quality, quantity, safety of operation and care of equipment.
Requirements for Education and Experience: completion of high school or GED and experience driving dump trucks and other medium duty trucks; familiarity with operating backhoe, skid steer loader, soil compactor, and other similar construction equipment; understanding of heavy construction field practices and procedures; or any equivalent combination of experience and training which provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities. Valid Class "B" CDL issued by the State of Tennessee is required as well as a pre-employment DOT physical and drug screening.
Motor Grader Operator - Heavy Equipment
BLYTHE CONSTRUCTION, INC., a Major Heavy Highway Construction Co. located in Charlotte, NC has immediate opening in our Asphalt Division for an Experienced Motor Grader Operator. We offer Competitive Wages, Vacation, Holidays, 401K, Health, Dental, Vision, and Wellness Plan.
For 90 years, the professional men and women of Blythe Construction, Inc. have literally paved the way for hundreds of public and private projects that have supported the Southeast's rise to prominence. From large interstate highways to small commercial site development, Blythe Construction employees perform with pride and creativity. We approach every project with a dedication to efficiency, technology and, most of all, safety. Blythe Construction is proud to be a part of this area's history and development, and a partner in the Carolina's future.
A Motor Grader Equipment Operator is an hourly-rated skilled craft position that performs on construction projects any combination of the duties described more fully, below. A Motor Grader Equipment Operator typically performs a wide variety of tasks, transferring from one task to another as the work flow dictates.
Proper pre-start and daily Maintenance Including lubrication
Keep equipment clean and well maintained
Notify supervisor if equipment needs repair
Tire pressure checks
Monitor all engine gauges
Operating skills in blade control
Scrap and level dirt
Shape and blade sub grades
Balance and rough shaping of base course materials
Operate to fine grade specifications
Fine grade horizontal surfaces, shoulders and slopes
Grade plan requirements and set grade standards
Dressing of shoulders and slopes
Demonstrate the ability to lead a crew and delegate work within work scope
Understand production and quantity requirements
Utilize automatic grade control system
Schedule work and maintain production
Set forth specifications and plans
Understand basic survey nomenclature
Judge distance and slopes accurately
Make decision based on verifiable standards
Perform incidental work items and duties included within other crafts
General. To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each Key Duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Education and Experience. This position typically is not an entry-level job, as it requires demonstrable previous experience as a Motor Grader Equipment Operator. A high school diploma or general education degree (GED) is preferred. Must be able to understand work directions and communicate effectively with job site supervisors and fellow employees. Three (3) to Five (5) years or more of industry related experience is required for this position, with an emphasis on roads, highways, and bridges.
Physical Demands. The following physical demands are representative of those that must be met by a Motor Grader Equipment Operator to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.
Constant physical effort, including standing, is required during a regular work shift of at least eight hours per day. Employee must be able to stand for extended periods of time, and to stoop, bend, and crouch as required to perform Key Duties.
Frequently work with hands extended overhead, sometimes in conjunction with the operation of hand power tools.
Ability to lift and carry, on a frequent basis, at least 50-90 pounds personally, and up to 150 pounds with assistance.
Maintain constant alertness to the multiple concurrent activities of the construction site, including the activities of other employees and contractors, the operation of stationary equipment, and the movement of mobile equipment.
Frequently walk on uneven surfaces, including natural ground in varying weather conditions.
The Operator must be able to climb on and off heavy mobile equipment safely.
Work Environment. The work environment characteristics described below are representative of those that a Motor Grader Equipment Operator encounters while performing the essential functions of this job.
Work is performed outdoors in all weather conditions.
Work environment periodically exposes the employees to high levels of noise, grease, and dust that is typically associated with a construction project.
Employee regularly works near heavy equipment and moving machinery.
Work may involve a variety of substances commonly found on construction sites such as form oil, grease, curing compounds, gasoline, diesel fuel and ready mixed concrete.
Applicants may apply by; this website, calling 704-375-8474, faxing resume to 704-375-8140 or to our office located at 2911 N Graham St, Charlotte, NC 28206
We promote a Drug-Free Workplace.
EOE AA M/F/Vet/Disability are encouraged to apply.
Equal Opportunity Employer, including disabled and veterans.
Motor Equipment Mechanic I- County Administration, Central Services, Central Fleet Division
POSITION SUMMARY/CLASS DESCRIPTION Benefits Supplemental Questions
Performs journeyman level work in the maintenance and repair of a wide variety of turf equipment, to include light to heavy duty automotive equipment in a County shop. Work under the supervision of a Motor Equipment Mechanic II or a technical superior.
Current daily work hours are: 06:30 am - 3:00 pm.
Performs journeyman level work in the maintenance and repair of a wide variety of automotive equipment. Work is performed with general supervision from a trades superior.
Assignments are stable in nature and are carried out in accordance with accepted trades standards and applicable regulations. An employee in this class performs vehicle and equipment repair and maintenance tasks and assists master mechanics in the most unusual or complex assignments. Contacts with others are on a routine basis, including contacts with vendors and other County employees.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES/MINIMUM REQUIRED EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE:Include the following. Other duties may be assigned.
Inspects malfunctioning automotive and heavy construction type equipment; determines cause of malfunction; adjusts, repairs or replaces such parts as brakes, steering systems, lamps, belts, hoses, fuel systems, pumps and tires.
Performs complete engine tune ups and wheel alignments using standard trade testing and setting equipment.
May be required to work on either mechanically hydrostatic direct drive or drive belt operated grounds maintenance equipment.
May repair chain saws, electric motors, lawn mowers, weed eaters and other light equipment.
Performs routine repairs on electrical, mechanical and hydraulic systems.
Is responsible for maintenance and repair on heavy and light equipment and trucks and other vehicles.
Replaces batteries, alternators, generators, air conditioning units, and related motors and components.
Performs routine shop duties and tool maintenance.
May be required to road test equipment.
Maintains records of time and materials used on each job, the condition of equipment and repairs performed.
Enters job information into fleet management computer system
PREFERRED EDUCATION/KNOWLEDGES, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:Any combination of education and experience equivalent to completion of the twelfth school grade and completion of an approved apprenticeship in automotive maintenance or four years of experience as an automotive mechanic's helper.
CERTIFICATES, LICENSES AND REGISTRATIONS:Knowledge of the methods, materials, tools, and practices of the automotive mechanic trade and construction equipment.
Knowledge of the hazards and safety precautions of the work.
Knowledge of the use, operation, maintenance, and repair of heavy equipment and other vehicles.
Skill in locating and determining the cause of automotive and construction equipment malfunctions.
Skill in adjusting defects in motor equipment.
Skill in the use and care of tools employed in the automotive mechanic trade.
Ability to understand and follow oral and written instructions, to include reading and interpreting automotive maintenance manuals furnished by the manufacturer or online applications (Alldata or Shop pro).
Ability to complete routine reports of work accomplished.
Ability to learn theory and maintenance of diesel, hydraulic, air and water engines.
Ability to learn and use computerized fleet management system.
May require proficiency in welding as demonstrated by the successful passage of tests as appropriate
ASE or EVT certification preferred.
Motor Transportation Equipment Support Specialist
Job Title: Motor Transportation Equipment Speicalist
Job Location: Barstow, CA
Security Clearance: Clearable
Equipment Identification and Inventory: The contractor shall assist in the identification, physical inventory and accountability of equipment. Specific actions include:
Identification of specified "D" TAMCNS (e.g. High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle all variants Amphibious Assault Vehicles, Mine Resistant Armored Protected Vehicle CAT's I, II, III, Motor Transport Equipment all variants, Light Armored Vehicle all variants etc.) of equipment to include all of the Stock List-3 (SL-3) components.
Detailed knowledge of each type of equipment is not required but direct contact with appropriate PM personnel requires understanding of the "D" TAMCNS family of equipment types in order to properly identify assets.
At DMCs direction, physical inventories shall be conducted to ensure accurate accountability is maintained and that inventory results are provided for input into Defense Property Accountability System (DPAS).
Condition Code Assignment. The Contractor shall assist DMC in performing equipment inspections and assign condition codes in accordance with DMC guidance. Additionally, the corrected or newly assigned condition code information shall be provided for input into DPAS.
Care of Supplies in Storage (COSIS). The Contractor shall assist DMC in the performance of COSIS of specified "D" TAMCNS of equipment.
This shall entail preservation and surveillance of equipment in strict compliance to MilStd 3000B and guidelines provided by DMC. Additionally, the Contractor shall communicate any insight into perfecting the preservation and surveillance of specific equipment or such practices that prevent degradation of preservation and enhance surveillance procedures identified in the guidelines.
Perform minor troubleshooting and repairs. The Contractor shall assist DMC in performing preventative maintenance and limited technical inspections in compliance with 1st and limited 2d echelon maintenance as prescribed by applicable Marine Corps Orders.
This shall entail troubleshooting to determine extent of defect, identify repair parts required to restore back to original condition code and replace new repair parts. Some equipment may be found Out-of-Scope of repair and shall require a detailed description of fault and potential repairs within 1st and 2d echelon maintenance. Contractor will be required to follow all applicable Base Orders and Safety Data Sheets when handling Hazardous Materials to include wearing of appropriate Personal Protective Equipment and proper disposal. These include but are not limited to motor oils, transmission fluids, grease, preservatives, paints, etc.
Temporary and SL-3 Storage Projects. The Contractor shall assist DMC in performing inventories of Special/Temporary Storage Projects managed in accordance with the Letter of Requirements and the SL-3 Storage Projects required for equipment returning from depot repair.
This shall entail assessing project requirements, maintaining inventories and collaboration on deficiencies and receipts. Inventories shall be provided for input into DPAS. Inventory results shall be provided for input into DPAS.
Reclamation/Cannibalization Requests. The Contractor shall assist DMC in reclamation requests for specific components from designated equipment.
This shall entail assessing the appropriate Technical Manual of equipment in order to isolate the specific assemblies for removal and ultimate preparation for shipment. The contractor shall assist in fulfilling reclamation requests upon approval by the WSMC.
Shipping and Receiving. The Contractor shall assist DMC in shipping and receiving equipment. Actions include preparing correct paperwork and accountability as well as the reverse when receiving equipment.
Peform ohter duties as requried.
In-depth knowledge of specified USMC equipment commodity assets.
Sufficient technical capability to perform minor maintenance related tasks on identified equipment.
Knowledge of a broad range of supply program relationships.
Knowledge and skill in using USMC automated supply databases for inventory management, tracking, and reporting.
Knowledge of USMC legacy logistics information systems, such as Automated Set Assembly, DPAS, GCSS-MC and USMC Stock Control System is critical.
Ability to perform a variety of analyses related equipment condition coding, completeness, and required repairs to return degraded assets to RFI status.
Ability to take and pass licensing exam to operate specific GWS equipment.
ACT I has been providing solutions for high profile military programs such as the U.S. Navy's and the U.S.
Air Force's Joint Strike Fighter F-35, the U.S. Navy's F-18, EA-18G and F-16N Aggressor, and the U.S.
Air Force's F-22 Raptor since 1998.
Be part of a culture at our leading edge company where you can achieve great things while fostering a satisfying and rewarding career progression. Please apply directly through the website at: http://act-i.com/careers/. #joinACT-I
For any additional questions or to submit any referrals, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
ACT I is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, protected veteran status, or disability status.
Motor Vehicle Mechanic, Lead
- Must be able to provide tool kit
- Must be able to lift on an occasional basis a maximum of 70 pounds with frequent or constant lifting of 40 pounds
- Must be able to climb in and out of military vehicles and related equipment
- Must be able to stand for at least two continuous hours
- Must be able to work in cramped areas for at least two continuous hours
- Must be able to work in all types of weather conditions to include intense heat, heavy wind, blowing sand, heavy rain, and snow and sleet
- Must have a high school diploma or equivalent.
- Must be able to read, write, and speak English.
- A good working knowledge of equipment maintenance programs, policies, nomenclature, work methods, manuals, or other established guidelines.
- An understanding of the needs of the organization serviced.
- Analytical ability to define or recognize the dimension of the problems involved, to collect the necessary data to establish the facts, and take or recommend action based upon application or interpretation of established guidelines.
- Eligible for and be able to obtain a U.S. Government motor vehicle operator's permit for assigned class of vehicle.
Technica recognizes the value of diversity in our workplace and is committed to equal opportunity. Technica provides fair and equal employment opportunity for all employees and job applicants without regard to race, color, religion, gender, age, national origin, ancestry, sexual orientation, sexual preference, partnership status, gender identity, disability, genetic information, and protected veteran status, status of participation in the U.S. Armed Services, or other status protected by federal, state or local law. Technica hires and promotes individuals solely on the basis of their qualifications for the job to be filled.
Technica reasonably accommodates qualified individuals with disabilities to enable them to receive equal employment opportunity and/or perform the essential functions of the job, unless the accommodation would impose an undue hardship to the Company. This applies to all applicants and employees. Please tell us if you require a reasonable accommodation to apply for a job or to perform your job. Examples of reasonable accommodation include making a change to the application process or work procedures, providing documents in an alternate format, using a sign language interpreter, or using specialized equipment.
Technica encourages women, minorities, individuals with disabilities, and members or veterans of the U.S. Armed Services to apply.
Technica offers paid time off, health, dental, vision, short-term disability, long-term disability, life insurance benefits, and 401(k) options to all full-time employees.
This position description is subject to change at any time. Only persons submitting applications through Technica’s on-line application process will be considered for employment.
Motor Coach Operator October
We are currently accepting applications for Regular Part Time and Casual Part Time positions. Full Time hours are often available for Regular Part Time drivers during peak season March through November.
What We are Looking For
The ideal Elite Driver enjoys working with people, has a very flexible schedule and likes to travel. Applicants must have excellent customer service skills and a clean driving record. Current Class A or B CDL holders are preferred. Others with verifiable commercial driving or large vehicle experience may be considered.
Elite Drivers must be willing to work a flexible schedule that may vary significantly from week to week. Some multiple-day/overnight trips and some weekends are required.
If selected, you will be required to successfully complete classroom training, on-road training and skills tests.
To be considered for a Full Time position, applicants must have a very strong customer service background, extensive commercial driving experience and a clean driving record. Class B CDL with proper endorsements is required. Benefits include medical, vacation, holiday pay, and retirement plan. Weekends as well as overnight trips spanning several days are required for Full Time drivers.
Most drivers begin their careers at Elite Coach as Regular Part Time drivers and, if qualified, move into Full Time positions as they become available.
As a condition of employment all applicants will be required to submit to background checks that include: State Criminal History, FBI Clearance, Child Abuse History Clearance, in additional to DOT and other background verification processes.
What We Offer
We offer the opportunity to travel and meet new people. You will be driving First Class Equipment, which is expertly maintained. In addition to a flexible schedule, we also offer a competitive pay model. You will find that our Elite Coach team works hard to maintain a friendly, professional environment for our staff, as well as our customers.
Motor Coach Operator
- Must be a minimum of 25 years of age.
- Possess excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
- Hold a valid Class A or B, Commercial Drivers License (CDL) and meet all Department of Transportation (DOT) requirements.
- A satisfactory driving record that demonstrates a commitment to safety with no more than 2 moving violations and no accidents within the previous three years and no suspensions, disqualifications, or revocations.
- Minimum of two years, verifiable experience operating commercial or large vehicles and/or verified completion of a qualified, comprehensive driver training program.
- Excellent map reading and directional skills.
- Ability to work with others and accomplish goals in a team environment
- Math and reading skills at a minimum of an 8th grade level.
Tdrs Telemetry, Tracking, And Commanding (Tt&C) Lead
Leidos is seeking a TDRS Telemetry, Tracking, and Commanding (TT&C) Lead to join our team at White Sands Complex in Las Cruces, NM. This role will provide support to the SGSS Project as a TDRS TT&C Lead. The TDRS TT&C Lead will support the SGSS Project in assessment and oversight of the SGSS Implementation Contractor's (IC) requirement verification plans, design, development, integration, testing, deployment, and installation activities related to the TT&C systems. In addition, the selected individual may participate in GD forums involving Operations/DR resolution or Test formulation and Staffing.
This role includes the following in the Operational areas of the SGSS Deployment:
Monitor, exercise, and report on the SGSS ground system performance, TDRS satellite(s) functionality and TDRS satellite(s) support, and User mission support during Level 5 and Level 6 testing and requirements verification activities in preparations to insure that the console operator positions are functional for real time operations.
Review plans, schedules, and status associated with the TT&C elements, and provide inputs to the SGSS Project regarding the IC's performance.
Evaluate the IC's plans and designs, ensuring the element design meets the intent of system-level requirements associated with the element and its use in the operational environment.
Support verification of TT&C requirements, providing clarification on system requirements as appropriate. The contractor shall ensure lower level requirements (Level 4/5/6) comply with the intent of the Level 3 requirements.
Witness element and system level test activities at the IC facility and operational sites.
Review discrepancy reports, Problem Work Item (PWI) reports and monitor progress of discrepancy resolutions as they relate to TT&C.
Support TT&C related engineering analyses and trade studies.
Participate in various engineering peer reviews, system reviews, regularly scheduled and ad-hoc Technical Interchange Meetings.
Support reviews of TT&C related CDRL and non-CDRL documents as a recognized subject matter expert.
Support the system engineering team by tracking requirements, interfaces, and testing related to TT&C.
Support the Deployment and Transition team with activities related to the TT&C.
Participate in Monthly / Quarterly Project Status Reviews.
Participate in Contractor led meetings involving the creation and processing of Flight and Ground LOP documentation.
Submit weekly status summaries regarding the TT&C Element to the SGSS System Engineering Manager
Bachelor's degree (or equivalent TT&C work experience with NASA Space Network, spacecraft operations, or system test experience)
5+ years related work experience. Additional years of experience and/or relevant certifications will be considered in lieu of degree.
Ability to obtain and maintain SECRET security clearance.
PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: Active SECRET clearance. Previous spacecraft operations, design, or test experience. 3+ years of experience with one or more of the following components:
TRW (Generation 1) TDRS Satellite Bus Payload and Operations
Boeing (Generation 2 & 3) TDRS Satellite Bus Payload and Operations
TDRS Satellite and ground and ground system testing
Demonstrated written and oral communication skills, including ability to communicate effectively with peers and site management.
Experience with MS Office Suite (Excel, Word, PowerPoint).
- This position requires the candidate to be able to obtain a secret security clearance. In order to obtain a clearance you need to be a US Citizen and show proof of citizenship.
Leidos is a Fortune 500® information technology, engineering, and science solutions and services leader working to solve the world's toughest challenges in the defense, intelligence, homeland security, civil, and health markets. The company's 31,000 employees support vital missions for government and commercial customers. Headquartered in Reston, Virginia, Leidos reported annual revenues of approximately $10.17 billion for the fiscal year ended December 29, 2017. (NYSE: LDOS) All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or veteran status.
Motor Vehicle Technician I
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We are seeking an entry-level candidate to, after receiving training on the basics, work independently most of the time using the various manuals available to provide basic information for themselves and the public in order to assist the public, in person and over the phone, with the motor vehicle registration and licensing process. The successful candidate will provide information on various topics such as title application procedures and registration requirements.
Examples of Duties for Success
Processes applications and issues motor vehicle titles and licenses at the service counter. Determines type of title and license needed. Calculates and collects appropriate sales tax and license fees. Enforces emission and insurance requirements and heavy vehicle use tax programs. Verifies accuracy of all documentation submitted and ensures compliance with motor vehicle statutes, rules, and regulations.
Basic understanding of how fees are calculated, the application of fees, definition of fees, taxable value, weight, and MSRP, and must be able to explain to the customer.
Basic understanding of the purpose of temporary permits. Know the requirements for the use and issuance.
Communicates with the public, dealerships, finance companies, and banks regarding title application procedures, license plate renewals, emission tests, and other motor vehicle issues.
Responds to customer complaints and explains statutes, policies and procedures that apply to each situation.
Utilizes reference materials such as Polk and Peck Books, Blue Books, Registration and Title Manuals.
Utilizes of online references such as Starfish, MIIDB, NMVITS, Title, and Registration Manuals.
Effectively writes and sends correspondence to customers and explain fees, reason for rejection of documents, policies and procedures with supervisor approval.
Maintains records for inventory of license plates, verification stickers, and forms used. Reorder supplies as necessary.
Performs VIN Inspections.
Performs other related duties and responsibilities as required.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Knowledge of data entry procedures, typing ability and basic math and grammar skills.
Knowledge of interpersonal communication skills and ability to establish effective working relationships with County staff, officials, and the general public.
Knowledge or ability to learn location of streets, street names and address ranges of the streets that are located in Adams County, its various jurisdictions and districts.
Knowledge of PC basics and ability to learn specialized Motor Vehicle system and processes.
Ability to use reference and research material.
Ability to work extended hours as needed.
Ability to or learn to operate standard office equipment such as fax and copy machines, telephone systems, adding machines, printers and windows based personal computers.
Ability to calmly and professionally deal with the general public in person and on the telephone.
Knowledge of local office procedures and policies, knowledge of office functions, provide general customer assistance, able to answer most basic customer questions, be familiar with local government organization and office locations.
Ability to perform essential functions of the position.
Ability to learn Clerk and Recorder's policies and procedures.
Ability to learn Colorado statutes, rules and regulations and forms that apply to motor vehicle titling and registration.
Ability to work with other government offices and entities, banks and financial institutions.
Ability to stoop, stand, sit for extended periods, and reach overhead and push, pull or handle objects weighing a minimum of 25 pounds.
In order to be successful, the employee must demonstrate competence in the following areas:
10-key by touch
Type 40 WPM
Business /Industry Knowledge
Personal & Interpersonal:
Qualifications for Success
One (1) year of job experience that included cashiering, general office work, and customer service.
Experience in data entry and computer operations is preferred, but not required.
Education and Training: High School Diploma or GED equivalent.License or Certificate:
Ability to become deputized.
Class "R" driver's license, state-mandated auto insurance and own transportation are required.
Background Check: Must pass a criminal background check.Other: Must be able to type 40 wpm with accuracy. More Qualifications for Success
Essential duties require the following physical abilities and work environment:
Work is performed primarily in an office environment. Work atmosphere may be noisy and hectic due to contact with general public in person and on the telephone.
Must be able to lift a minimum of 25 pounds.
Work Schedule: Varies, Mon
Fri 7 a.m.
Security Officer Motor (Dlv)
JOB SUMMARY: Protects company assets and provides a safe environment for our employees and guests.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
Responsible for the safety and well-being of guests and fellow employees.
Gives directions and provides escort to customers in need.
Provides assistance to civil and law enforcement authorities, including testimony in court and other administrative hearings.
Makes chip fills, jackpot verifications.
Regularly provides escorts of money and persons in money-handling positions. Provides first aid, including CPR when necessary.
Patrols all sections of property to identify safety hazards and breaks in security. Interviews, investigates and documents all applicable incidents in accordance with company policy.
Makes lost and found detailed descriptions of people and incidents.
Enforces all company policies and procedures.
Meets the attendance guidelines of the job and adheres to regulatory, departmental and company policies
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this classification. They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of personnel so classified.
- Caesars Entertainment reserves the right to make changes to the job description whenever necessary.
As a part of Caesars Entertainment's employment process, finalist candidates will be required to complete a drug test and background check prior to an offer being extended. Caesars Entertainment Inc. is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, national origin, gender, age, religion, disability, sexual orientation, veteran status, or marital status.
Must be 21 years of age or older.
High school graduate or equivalent is required
Two years experience in a position with direct guest contact required
Prefer individual with two years police, military, or casino security experience
Prior experience is a position with direct guest contact is preferred.
Ability to manage several tasks at once
Must possess good oral and written communication skills along with a good working knowledge of basic computer programs
Must be able to obtain and possess a Nevada Gaming Card, an Alcohol Awareness Card (AES), First Aid & CPR certifications, and have a current and valid Nevada Driver's License.
Must be able to work any day of the week and any shift
Must present a well groomed appearance.
Must undergo eight (8) hours of ASP (baton) training
Must be able to prepare effective written reports
Must be able to get along with co-workers and work as a team
PHYSICAL, MENTAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL DEMANDS:
Must be able to work and stand inside and outside, sometimes in heat in excess of 115 degrees, or cold as low as 10 degrees.
Must be able to physically restrain individuals when a condition of arrest exists.
Must be able to respond calmly in crisis and stressful situations, and be able to make rational decisions when handling guest and employee issues.
Must be able to work independently.
Must be able to stoop, bend, jump, twist, crouch, grip, carry heavy loads and maneuver quickly on level surfaces, as well as, up and down stairs.
Must be able to lift and carry up to 60 pounds. Must be able to push or pull up to 150 pounds.
Must be able to see and, also, remember the specific details of incidents and persons. Must be able to give court testimony when necessary and write detailed reports.
The Security Officer must be able to read, write, speak and understand English.
Must be able to tolerate areas containing second hand smoke, high noise levels, bright lights and dust.
Must pass the physical and written testing of the Western Division Security Academy (Controlled Force, Defensive Tactics, Legal Issues, Handcuffing, Tactical Communications, Use of Force, Report Writing, Searching Subjects, Emergency Response, Ethics, and Expandable Baton) within the first ninety days of employment.
Must re-certify, between years 2 and 3, through the Western Division Security Academy, and must pass all physical, mental and environmental demands as required.
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