Communications Electrician Supervisor Job Description Sample
Aircraft Electrician Supervisor
Help Duties Summary
This National Guard position is for a AIRCRAFT ELECTRICIAN SUPERVISOR, Position Description Number D0786000and is part of the AR ANG 189 MAI SQ, National Guard.
The National Guard is the oldest component of the Armed Forces of the United States. Since the earliest American colonial days, citizens have joined together for collective defense.
We have a proud tradition of coming to the aid of our friends and neighbors in times of serious emergencies. Join our National Guard team and serve your nation, your states and your community!
NATIONAL GUARD MEMBERSHIP IS REQUIRED: This is an excepted service position that requires membership in a compatible military assignment in the National Guard.
Selectee will be required to wear the military uniform. Acceptance of an excepted service position constitutes concurrence with these requirements as a condition of employment. Applicants who are not currently a member of the National Guard must be eligible for immediate membership and employment in the National Guard in the military grade listed in this announcement.
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(1) Planning: Plans and schedules specific work assignments on a daily or project-by-project basis within specified time requirements. Arranges for adequate personnel, materials and equipment to accomplish the work.
(2) Work Direction: Assigns tasks to be performed.
Explains prescribed methods and procedures; instructs subordinates on new procedures and provides assistance on problems. Reviews work in progress and on completion. Obtains approval from supervisor for changes in standard or prescribed procedures and changes in work operations. Suggests ways or methods to improve operations or reduce costs.
(3) Administration: Recommends individuals to fill vacancies or for promotion or reassignment.
Assists in the establishment of performance standards and makes recommendations for performance appraisals. Counsels with employees on disciplinary issues and recommends disciplinary action. Attempts to resolve informal complaints and grievances, referring unresolved or more serious issues to supervisor.
Conducts on the-job training and recommends employees for formal training programs. Schedules leave and approves leave for short periods of time. Encourages employees to participate in suggestion or cost reduction programs.
Ensures that regulations governing safety and housekeeping are observed. Explains and implements such personnel programs as equal opportunity, position management, position description review, and labor relations. Maintains production reports and records.
(4) Performs the non-supervisory functions of the organizational segment supervised.
(5) Implements safety regulatory requirements. Ensures that subordinates wear appropriate safety equipment and follow pertinent safety precautions.
(6) Prepares for and participates in various types of readiness evaluations, inspections, mobilization and command support exercises. May be required to perform additional duties such as structural fire fighting, aircraft fire/crash/rescue duty, security guard, snow removal, munitions loading and handling, heavy equipment operator, maintenance of facilities and equipment, or serve as a member of a team to cope with natural disasters or civil emergencies.
(7) Performs other duties as assigned
- Job family (Series)
2892 Aircraft Electrician
Help Requirements Conditions of Employment
National Guard Membership is required.
Males born after 31 December 1959 must be registered for Selective Service.
Federal employment suitability as determined by a background investigation.
May be required to successfully complete a probationary period.
Participation in direct deposit is mandatory.
Compatible military grade and assignment required prior to the effective date of placement. This is an excepted service position that requires membership in a compatible military assignment in the employing state's National Guard.
Applicants who are not currently a member of the National Guard must be eligible for immediate membership. If you are not sure you are eligible for military membership, please contact a National Guard recruiter prior to applying for this position.
Compatible Military Assignments: Selectee must be a member of the Arkansas Air National Guard and be assigned to the 189th AW in a compatible military position in Air Force Specialty Code (AFSC) 2A600, 2A690, or 2A6X6.
Must become compatible in the AFSC within 12 months of appointment. Must possess or be able to obtain a Secret Security Clearance. Technicians will not be militarily senior to their full-time supervisor or wage leader (Grade Inversion). Enlisted members currently at a higher grade than allowed by the position (see Military Grade Requirement above) may apply; however, they must administratively reduce prior to appointment and provide confirmation of the reduction to HRO.
GENERAL EXPERIENCE: Experience or training which demonstrates that the candidate has the ability to organize assignments for subordinates, estimate material and manpower needed for specific jobs; able to explain manuals and work procedures; and to prepare production records, work records and reports.
SPECIALIZED EXPERIENCE: Must have 36 months of the following:
Experience or training installing, maintaining, repairing and modifying electrical systems and major substation components of electrical system. Experience diagnosing malfunctions and determining remedy when complex relationships exists among different electrical system circuits requiring knowledge of all electrical units and systems. Experience making electrical repairs that require the use of precision measuring equipment and common hand tools. Experience in the setup and operation of computerized multiple circuit analyzing equipment in manual, semiautomatic, or automatic mode to run existing and new (not fully debugged) diagnostic programs to test and analyze aircraft electrical circuitry and interconnecting cabling of systems such as navigational computers, radar, and related equipment and to repair discrepancies.
In addition to the journeyman level knowledge, experience which demonstrates the ability to plan, direct, and organize work assignments for lower grade personnel. Experience which required the review of work requirements and establish priorities to meet deadlines.
Experience that provided knowledge of various lines of work performed by this function. Experience which demonstrates the ability to supervise or the potential to perform such duties as evidenced by the
ability to communicate knowledge of general supervisory concepts, and knowledge of shop processes. Experience in adapting existing equipment and techniques to new situations.
PLACEMENT FACTORS: Applicants should demonstrate through prior experience, education and training the following: (1) Knowledge of aircraft electro-environmental repair functions. (2) Effective written and oral communication skills. (3) Ability to plan and organize work assignments to include determining resources required to accomplish mission. (4) Ability to effectively manage and prioritize personnel, schedules, workload and coordination with other shops, sections, and supervisors. (5) Knowledge of safety regulations, practices, and procedures common to aircraft maintenance. (6) Completion of supervisory or managerial training. (7) Completion of appropriate technical school/Career Development Courses (CDCs).
DO NOT COPY THE SPECIALIZED EXPERIENCE QUALIFICATIONS WORD FOR WORD AND PLACE INTO YOUR RESUME; YOU MUST DESCRIBE YOUR PERSONAL EXPERIENCE AS IT PERTAINS TO EACH STATEMENT. COPYING AND PASTING FROM THE ANNOUNCEMENT MAY CAUSE YOU TO BE DISQUALIFIED FROM THIS POSITION.
Electrician - Electronic Equipment Repair Supervisor (Fi-11)
Position Information Benefits Supplemental Questions
Supervises work in connection with the installation, maintenance and repair of a variety of electrical systems, equipment and appurtenant fixtures; and the installation, testing, maintenance and repair of operational electronic equipment and electronic component parts; and performs other related duties, as required.
Additional Job Information:At time of application, you must be a citizen, national or permanent resident alien of the United States or a non-citizen eligible under federal law for unrestricted employment.
- Subject to funding availability*
- Only ONLINE applications will be accepted.
- Paper applications will NOT be accepted.
There is one vacancy with the Department of Facility Maintenance, Public Building and Electrical Maintenance Division. This list may be used to fill future vacancies in this and/or other departments.
Some notifications will be sent via e-mail. You are responsible for monitoring instructions and correspondence from this office by checking your email account in a timely manner. To ensure proper delivery, please make sure you:
- use a valid e-mail account;
- verify your e-mail address is entered correctly on your GovernmentJobs account;
- check your spam folders; and
- add email@example.com to your contact list.
Minimum Qualification Requirements:
Experience and/or training of sufficient scope and quality to show competence in work involving the installation, maintenance and repair of electrical systems, equipment and appurtenant fixtures and operational electronic equipment and electronic component parts.
1.Valid Hawaii State supervising electrician's license. You must submit a copy of your license within 7 days of filing this application. Mail or drop off to: Department of Human Resources, 650 South King Street, 10th Floor, Honolulu, HI 96813.
2.Possession of an appropriate valid Hawaii State driver's license, as required. (Current vacancy requires a Type 3 license, prior to appointment.)
Examination Process:TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE EVALUATION: In addition to meeting the above minimum qualifications, your application will be further evaluated. Your score will be based on the quality, quantity, and/or recency of your training and experience.
Training and Experience Evaluation..........................................100%
Facilities Supervisor And Supervising Electrician
Job Title: Facilities Supervisor and Supervising Electrician
Classification: Supervisor I - II
Reports to: Facilities Administrator
FLSA Status: Exempt
Working under the limited supervision and general direction of the Facilities Administrator, the job of Facilities Supervisor and Supervising Electrician is done for the purpose of overseeing the building trades within the facilities maintenance department to include supervision, installation, maintenance repair, and replacement of all electrical systems and HVAC wiring in all district locations. Supervisory functions include evaluation, discipline, assisting with hiring and discharge decisions, coordination of others' work, and exercising functional and technical supervision over personnel in the trades of electrical, plumbing, HVAC mechanical equipment, HVAC controls, low-voltage systems, carpentry, locksmith, courier, and grounds keeping under periodic review by Facilities Administrator to ensure compliance to standards and measured results.
Responsible for determining, within established policies or as prescribed by rules and regulations, the best methods to oversee and actively engage in the operation, maintenance and repair of all electrical systems, HVAC and mechanical systems, plumbing, boilers, fire protection systems, intercoms, bell systems, clocks, doors and hardware, keying, casework, walls and floors, roofs, painting, suspended ceilings, glazing, playgrounds, parking lots and walkways, and grounds.
Essential Job Functions:
Supervise and participate in all operational maintenance, repair and installations, to include but not limited to, electrical, low-voltage, kitchen equipment, HVAC, plumbing and boilers, carpentry, courier, locks and door hardware of facilities.
Review work order system (CMMS) daily and ensure work is assigned appropriately based on employees' trade and licenses.
Oversee all apprenticeship programs for electrical, low-voltage, HVAC, plumbing and boilers.
Serve as signing electrician for all electrical installations.
Maintain master electrical permits and inspections for all new installations performed by in-house staff.
Assign, schedule and oversee work with outside contractors as requested by Facilities Administrator
Review work to be accomplished and assign jobs to crew members.
Perform shop and field inspections of work in-progress and completed jobs.
Assist in the preparation of the annual budget; preparing forecasts for area of assignment.
Perform administrative analysis of systems and procedures of electrical and energy consumption; prepare reports of findings.
Provide technical assistance and advice to management and other personnel as necessary.
Provide estimates of time and material as required by the supervisor.
Monitor the upkeep and repair of tools and equipment used in the trades.
Order materials and supplies as needed; maintain records as required.
Complete annual performance evaluations of assigned employees.
Prepare reports and correspondence.
Assist on special projects as may be identified by management or staff.
Provide assistance to other maintenance personnel as necessary.
Perform journey-level work as required.
Maintain regular and consistent attendance and punctuality.
Perform other related duties consistent with job description and assignment.
Other duties as assigned.
Increasingly responsible experience in skilled electrical work necessary to obtain supervising electrician license, including five years of supervisory or lead responsibility. Prior facilities staff supervision, preferably in a school or multi-site public environment preferred.
Skills, Knowledge and/or Abilities Required:
Skills to: operate all types of power tools used in crafts, scissor lifts, boom trucks, and cranes; read and interpret plans, blue prints and/or schematics; perform basic math to make calculations; use standard office equipment including computer, telephone, printer, copier, and presentation equipment; effectively use Microsoft Office computer applications including Word, Outlook, PowerPoint, and Excel; use work order database and CMMS systems; communicate clearly, concisely, and effectively both orally in person and by phone and in writing.
Knowledge of: principles and practices of electrical and mechanical systems, principles and practices of work coordination and evaluation; applicable codes, policies, regulations and laws governing work procedures and practices of the trades; methods, materials, equipment, and tools used in the trades; CMMS systems, particularly SchoolDude; MSD sheets (what they are for and how to use them); applicable safety rules, practices, and procedures; local, state and federal repair, installation and operation codes; proper performance evaluation principles and procedures; applicable laws and procedures related to hiring and discharge; interpreting collective bargaining agreements and applying principles and practices to disciplinary actions.
Ability to: manage and prioritize multiple tasks to schedule, plan, and manage a number of activities, and jobs simultaneously; prepare and maintain accurate records; work with diverse individuals and/or groups; maintain flexibility to work with others in a wide variety of circumstances; effectively lead, guide, and coordinate the activities of others to reach desired outcomes; independently interpret data within defined guidelines and utilize and analyze the information to reach conclusions and make recommendations; problem solve to identify issues and create action plans; establish and maintain constructive relationships; adapt quickly to changing work priorities; develop and implement a program for the maintenance, repair, replacement, and installation of electrical wiring and products; prepare estimates for time and materials; work from sketches, shop drawings and blueprints; prepare electrical designs; prepare project specifications for acquiring bids and/or proposals for projects; coordinate projects with contractors; analyze technical information and prepare related reports; train others in technical skills; prioritize and schedule daily calls and preventive maintenance; read and comprehend MSD sheets; establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work.
Significant Physical Abilities include: frequent lifting/carrying/pulling, bending/stooping/ kneeling/crouching/twisting; reaching/handling/manual dexterity, talking/hearing conversations, visual acuity/depth perception with or without visual accommodation. Daily physical expectations vary between sitting at desk for long periods of the day, being on feet for long periods of the day, being on back under machinery making repairs for long periods, or performing maintenance and/or inspections on systems. Must be able to work in attics or crawlspaces, roofs, tunnels and climb ladders as needed. Lifting all types of weight, occasionally up to 80 pounds.
Extensive travel within the district to multiple school sites as well as some travel outside the district are involved in this work.
Work is year round; both inside and outside in the environments. Inside work in shop or other buildings is often dusty with exposure to chemicals and high voltage electricity. Outside work can include exposure to the elements for long periods of time. May be required to work various shifts in order to avoid disruption of school or work.
Education and Training Required:
High School diploma or equivalent supplemented by college level coursework in electronics and electrical repair related to building, electrical and mechanical systems and/or any combination of education and experience which would provide the applicant with the desired knowledge, skills, and abilities required to perform the job.
Oregon Fingerprint and Criminal Background Check clearance.
Possession of, or ability to obtain, a valid State of Oregon Driver's License and evidence of insurability.
Possession of a General Supervising Electrician or Limited Supervising Electrician license issued by the State of Oregon.
Communications Supervisor / Communications / Police Department #4665
GENERAL STATEMENT OF JOB Benefits Supplemental Questions
THIS POSITION IS OPEN TO CURRENT CITY OF CAPE CORAL EMPLOYEES ONLY.
SAFETY SENSITIVE: Yes FINGERPRINTING REQUIRED: Yes
Under the general supervision of the Communications and Logistical Support Bureau Commander, plans, coordinates and supervises the activities and personnel of the Public Safety Communications Center. Ensures compliance with all applicable policies, procedures, regulations and standards of services and safety. Supervises and reviews the work of subordinate staff. Serves as liaison between the department and the community. Performs administrative duties/tasks of substantial difficulty including, but not limited to, planning, staffing, scheduling, personnel evaluations and program development and evaluation to allow for receiving, processing and disseminating of critical and necessary information. Performs related work as required.
Individuals assigned to this classification must report to work per their assigned schedule, which may include nights, weekends and holidays.
SPECIFIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
The intent of this job description is to provide a representative summary of the major duties and responsibilities performed by incumbents of this job. Incumbents may be requested to perform job-related tasks other than those specifically presented in this description.
Administers daily operations of personnel and programs of the Public Safety Communications Center, ensuring compliance with applicable policies, procedures, regulations, and standards of service and safety.
Supervises assigned personnel through the chain of command.
Evaluates assigned personnel for efficiency and effectiveness; initiates personnel actions of hiring, promotion, discipline, termination, training and development; resolves or refers personnel problems or grievances; directs and assigns work to employees that report to them; and provides technical support and guidance in their work activities.
Monitors subordinate absences.
Monitors both police and fire channels, evaluating subordinate performance relative to calls for police and fire service, and the proper dispatching of calls for both emergency and non-emergency situations.
Conducts and attends staff meetings as scheduled or necessary.
Coordinates training for new communications personnel.
Makes audio recordings for the State Attorney's office, detectives, officers, media and the public as required.
Performs considerable record, log, and file maintenance duties, to include emergency and non-emergency call counts; and ensures the proper disposal of outdated confidential material.
Assists with CALEA accreditation. Updates proof documentation, makes sure policy and procedures are up-to-date or revised.
Coordinates testing of City Hall Panic Alarms.
Conducts Quarterly Audit and acts as Point of Contact of DAVID system.
Assigned as Terminal Agency Coordinator for FCIC/NCIC system.
May be required to operate a motor vehicle in performance of assigned tasks.
Performs other related duties as required.
Education and Experience
Associate's Degree from an accredited college or university in Criminal Justice, Communications, or a related field; or obtain by June 1, 2020.
Six (6) years of experience in a joint police-fire communications PSAP center.
Three (3) years of supervisory experience.
Licenses or Certifications
State of Florida, 911 Public Safety Telecommunicator certification.
APCO Public Safety Telecommunicator I certification.
Fire Service Communications certification.
Department Of Health Communications Certifications.
Must possess a valid state driver's license and obtain a valid Florida driver's license within thirty (30) days of hire or promotion.
OTHER JOB REQUIREMENTS
ADDITIONAL MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED: KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:
Public Safety communication practices and procedures.
Principles and practices of effective supervision, organizational structures, administration, and leadership.
Business English, grammar, punctuation and spelling; the application of such to a variety of formats and styles, and editing principles and techniques.
Report and record maintenance principles and practices.
Research methods and techniques, and methods of presentation.
Modern office support functions.
Planning, organization, prioritization, attention to detail and time management.
Listening and coaching staff in the growth and improvement of skills through timely, specific, and constructive feedback.
Written, verbal, electronic, and visual communications for effective expression and clarity.
Use of modern office equipment, computers, electronic devices, and various programs and applications, to include Microsoft Office Suite and Outlook.
Perform the essential functions of assignment within the scope of
Lead, guide, and manage a team in a fast-paced public sector environment to ensure compliance with policies, procedures, ethical practices, guidelines of government, and other applicable entities.
Learn Federal, state, and local ordinances, guidelines, policies, procedures, and regulations regarding Public Safety Communications Centers, FCIC/NCIC practices and procedures, FSS Chapter 119.00 and records retention schedules.
Learn City-wide administrative regulations; applicable City-wide departmental policies and applications; Personnel Ordinance and Collective Bargaining Agreements as required to complete tasks and assignments.
Learn Department-specific regulations and applications as required to complete tasks and assignments.
Relate and respond to people beyond giving and receiving instructions, to include applying consistent respect, courtesy and tact in considerable public contact and/or in delicate or confrontational situations.
Establish and maintain effective working relationships with supervisor, support staff, staff from other departments and other local, state and federal government agencies.
Convey a sense of authority and influence.
Assemble, organize and present, in written and oral form, statistical, financial or factual information derived from a variety of sources.
Adapt to performing under frequent deadlines, re-prioritization of tasks and/or in response to emergencies, and think clearly and maintain composure under emergency or stressful situations.
Exercise sound judgment and make decisions in accordance with established laws, regulations, ordinances, departmental policies and procedures.
Read and interpret various technical materials and maps, ranging from moderate to complex terminology, associated with job functions.
Understand and perform advanced mathematical skills, i.e., formulas, graphs, and charting principles.
Exercise high level of discretion due to the sensitive and confidential nature of information processed.
Perform duties independently with minimal supervision and review with emphasis in achieving results on City initiatives.
Analyze and interpret problems, and draw conclusions.
Coordinate accurate completion of multiple tasks within established time frames, i.e., moderate to long range planning principles and techniques.
Organize and review work for efficient results and accuracy.
Inspect items for proper length, width and shape, and visually read various types of information.
MINIMUM STANDARDS REQUIRED:
WORK ENVIRONMENT/ CONDITIONS
The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Tasks are performed in a common office environment.
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
The position involves light physical demands, such as exerting up to 20 lbs. of force occasionally, and/or up to 10 lbs. of force frequently, and/or a negligible amount of force constantly to move objects. Tasks may require prolonged periods of visual concentration and require moderate levels of eye/hand/foot coordination.
Requires the ability to speak, hear (perceive sound) and/or signal people to convey and exchange information; differentiate between colors or shades of color; read a variety of materials, at times complex; apply principles of rational problem-solving; record and deliver information, explain procedures, issue and follow oral and written instructions; and communicate effectively and efficiently in Standard English.
Supervisor - Communications (8915-323)
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The candidate should have detailed knowledge and experience in a wide range of Communications related equipment and systems. Additional requirements include, but are not limited to the supervision of technicians who are performing installation, system testing, analysis and documentation to comply with Company & Federal Regulations - DOT, OSHA, FCC, FAA, NEC and Environmental requirements.
The "well rounded" candidate should have experience in the following categories:
Supervising and managing personnel.
RF Radio services consisting of Analog and Digital communications, Data & Voice systems.
Microwave communications, including T1 and Ethernet based systems
Wide Area Networks (WAN) and Local Area Networks (LAN) equipment and systems.
Telephone systems including VOIP PBX equipment, T1 lease lines & POTS lines.
"SCADA" (PLC) (RTU) equipment utilizing Serial and Ethernet connectivity.
Power Systems including AC Generation and DC battery systems
Communications Towers and Facilities maintenance, operations and construction.
Maintenance & diagnosis of Microwave Radio Systems
VSAT & cellular data systems
The candidate should be able to perform the following tasks:
Effectively communicate with all levels of the organization and provide technical training and supervision, as needed, in support of operational and emergency related situations and matters.
Maintain an organized and effective filing system of all records pertaining to maintenance, calibration, testing and repair of equipment and systems to meet company and regulatory compliance
Identify and support a budget of related Capital and Operations & maintenance projects, consistent with the annual budgeting process.
Project management to include planning the work, monitoring and supervising technicians and contractors.
Effectively manage installation schedules, as-built drawings and system modifications.
FCC License desired, but not required.
- PC skills including proficiency with Microsoft Word, Access, Excel, Visio.
Other experience, education and training
Supervisory experience is desired.
Five years Industry work experience in the installation and maintenance of telecommunication systems on a stand alone basis.
High school or equivalent plus a two (2) year Associate's Degree in a related technical field.
Strong dedication to customer service. Strong verbal and written communications skills including an ability to perform effectively with direct reports, customers, vendors, peers and management.
Five years Industry work experience and training in Telecommunications. Position requires candidate to be on managed call 7X24. Must have a clean driving and safety record.
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER/DISABILITY/VETERAN
Armament – Communications & Electronics Supervisor
Business Line Government
Position Title Armament – Communications & Electronics Supervisor
United States of America - Louisiana
AECOM has an immediate opening for an Armament – Communications & Electronics Supervisor at our maintenance facility at Fort Polk, LA.
Under the supervision of the Maintenance Division Chief, the Armament – C&E Supervisor will organize, plan, coordinates activities of 15 – 20 Technicians/Gunsmiths and Production support personnel involved in servicing and repairs of weapons and communication/electronic systems.
Make sure all work is performed in accordance with the current statement of work.
Supervise assigned Electrical and Armament maintenance and repair staff during shifts.
Work from TM, diagrams, specification and instructions covering emergency and scheduled repairs.
Well versed in AC/DC Electrical /Electronic theory.
Well versed in military weapon’s operation, maintenance and security requirements.
Assemble and submit accurate daily, weekly and monthly reports.
Review section requirements forecasts and takes appropriate action to assure requirements are met in order to staff various changing missions.
Keep Maintenance Division Chief informed and coordinate with branch department personnel concerning the execution of maintenance and repair work schedules.
Supervises Gunsmiths whom can repair and service foreign and domestic firearms, weapons and accessories as well as other types of weapons systems with minimal supervision.
Performs other duties and assignments as required.
1.Must be a US Citizenship or Permanent Legal Resident
2.High school diploma or general education degree (GED) is required.
3.Minimum five (5) years actual or recent experience in the repair of electronic test measurement and diagnostic equipment required.
4.Five (5) years actual or recent experience in repairing and maintaining armament equipment, preferred but not required..
5.Working knowledge of operation, capabilities and limitations of a wide range of electronic test equipment and systems, such as signal generators, oscilloscopes, multi-meters, spectrum analyzers, avionics test sets, etc.
6.Must be able to troubleshoot electronic test equipment to component level, including the use of automatic test equipment.
7.Ability to read and interpret technical manuals, drawings, schematics and block diagrams.
8.Ability to work effectively with little or no supervision.
9.Candidates must have a valid Driver’s License.
10. Position will require the ability to pass and maintain a Security Clearance.
11. Position will require the ability to pass a pre-employment drug-screen and a government background check.
12. Candidates must be able to read, write, speak and understand English.
13. Ability to write routine reports and correspondence.
14. Experience using Microsoft Office Suite applications, such as Outlook, Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
15. Candidates must obtain STS Certification within 180 days.
16. Must be available for any shift. Be willing to work weekends and other hours as needed.
2.Over five years’ experience in the repair of electronic test measurement and diagnostic equipment with relevant military training.
3.Military calibration experience preferred.
4.CGSS-A experience preferred but not required.
5.Over five years’ experience in repairing and maintaining armament equipment.
What We Offer
AECOM is a place where you can put your innovative thinking and business skills into high gear and work alongside other highly intelligent and motivated people. It's a place where you can apply your skills to some of the world's most challenging, interesting, and meaningful projects worldwide. It's a place that values the diversity of our areas of practice and our people. It's what makes AECOM a great place to work and grow. AECOM is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
At AECOM, employee's safety and security are our top Safeguarding core value. All employees are expected to set the highest level of safety expectation in their work, display the highest level of safe behavior, and actively participate in AECOM's Safety For Life Program. SH&E is a part of our company culture and participation is required for all employees.
NOTICE TO THIRD PARTY AGENCIES: Please note that AECOM does not accept unsolicited resumes from recruiters or employment agencies. In the absence of a signed Recruitment Fee Agreement, AECOM will not consider or agree to payment of any referral compensation or recruiter fee. In the event a recruiter or agency submits a resume or candidate without a previously signed agreement, AECOM explicitly reserves the right to pursue and hire those candidate(s) without any financial obligation to the recruiter or agency. Any unsolicited resumes, including those submitted to hiring managers, are deemed to be the property of AECOM.
Business GroupManagement Services Group (MS)
CountryUnited States of America
Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or protected veteran status.
Senior Public Safety Communications Supervisor
Summary of Job Duties
- This posting is scheduled to close on June 5, 2018 at 12:00 noon, however is subject to close at any time without prior notice. Thank you.*
The Public Safety Communications division of the Aurora Police Department is looking for a Senior Public Safety Communications Supervisor to assist with the administration and supervision of all activities of the Public Safety Communications Center un the direction of the Manager of Public Safety Communications.
City of Aurora, Colorado
It is an exciting time to work for the City of Aurora, we're growing and looking for dedicated and collaborative individuals to join our team of talented and valued employees. Excellent organizations have a set of principles, or core values, that are used to implement their mission and vision. Those values represent the touchstone for the organization, guiding the decisions of the individuals and the organization. At the City of Aurora, we demonstrate our excellence by modeling the CORE 4 Values of: Integrity, Respect, Professionalism, and Customer Service, and we welcome all who share these values to apply.
Why Work for Aurora?
Make a difference in the lives of real people every day
Competitive total compensation package
Well-Funded General Employees Retirement Plan
Light rail station minutes away
On-site fitness center and overall employee well-being programs
Internal educational programs to assist with career advancement
Access to innovation work spaces
Public Safety Communications Center
Our Commitment is to provide the highest level of customer service while providing appropriate and expeditious response for calls of service. We will serve our customers with compassion as the vital link between the public and public safety organizations we serve.
To be employed by the Public Safety Communications Center you will need to successfully pass a background check, polygraph test, and fingerprint screening, along with other conditions of employment; drug test and verification of employment. Because of this, there is a longer recruitment process, we thank you in advance for your patience. Primary Duties and Responsibilities
Responsible for direct supervision of all Telecommunicator Supervisors.
Ensures calls for service are handled efficiently and effectively
Develops methods to improve efficiency
Ensures continuity of call taking and dispatching functions during emergency situations
Periodically reviews call tapes and monitoring calls
Determines quality of service by conducting quality control studies
Creates and updates standard operating procedures and guidelines
Researches, compiles, and prepares a variety of materials relating to Public Safety Communications.
Makes recommendations to the Manager of Public Safety Communications regarding selection, hiring, training, evaluating, and disciplining assigned employees
Responds to and investigates questions, complaints and inquiries regarding Public Safety Communications Center operations
Assists in the development of operational priorities, goals, and objectives
Ensures compliance with all applicable federal, state and municipal laws and regulations, and standards and/or requirements for agency accreditation
Functions as the CCIC Terminal Agency Coordinator.
Ensures security of and access to restricted telecommunications terminals
Testifies in court as necessary
Assists in the development of priorities, preparation and monitoring of the department budget
Acts as a liaison to county, state and federal agencies
Represents Public Safety Communications at meetings and serving on committees
Represents the center with the news media as directed for public dissemination of information about the center
Oversees the records retention system
Responds to the PSAP for major emergencies and is available on-call after hours
Other duties as assigned.
- Associate's Degree related to area of assignment
- 6 years of public safety communications experience
- 2 years as a supervisor in communications functions
Experience in multi-agency, multi discipline public safety communications center
An equivalent combination of education, training and experience that demonstrates required knowledge, skills, and abilities may be considered.
Licenses and Certifications: As assigned, specialized certifications may be required such as:
CPR/First Aid certification
Emergency Medical Dispatcher (EMD) certification
Emergency Fire Dispatcher (EFD) certification
Emergency Police Dispatcher (EPD) certification
Comprehensive knowledge of the principles, practices and methodologies of the operation of a state-of-the-art, multi-agency, multi-discipline public safety communications center; and all application federal, state and municipal regulations.
To establish and maintain effective working relationships with employees, citizens, elected officials and the media
To handle sensitive situations with tact and diplomacy
To negotiate with distraught individuals
To communicate effectively both orally and in writing
To direct and effectively supervise other employees
To prioritize work
To work under pressure while remaining calm
To diagnose problems; and use sound judgment
To evaluate performance and present constructive criticism in a positive fashion
To speak before large groups
to deal with complex problems or situations; interpret rules, regulations, policies and procedures to others
To work independently
To demonstrate high attention to detail
To effectively organize and prioritize work
To establish, implement, and evaluate goals and objectives
To present a positive attitude and professional demeanor, and to direct and effectively supervise assigned personnel
To work in a flexible, cooperative team environment and ability to proactively resolve issues and problems
Strong interpersonal, analytical, decision making; problem solving skills; including the ability to read, write, spell, and speak in a clear and concise manner and to educate, counsel, and motivate others; skill in the use of personal computers and related software; excellent presentation skills, both oral and written, and excellent documentation skills.
Primarily sedentary physical work requiring ability to lift a maximum of 10 pounds with or without assistance
Occasional lifting, carrying, walking and standing
Frequent hand/eye coordination for operation of office equipment and computer keyboard
Vision for reading and interpreting reports and data analysis and preparation
Vision with normal color vision to read computer screen
Frequent speech communication, hearing and listening to maintain communication with employees and citizens, and handle dispatch emergency calls
- Works primarily in a clean, comfortable environment; occasionally works nights and weekend
Frequently uses standard office equipment including computer, calculator, multi-line telephones, and copy/fax machines
This position may require the incumbent to occasionally use personal equipment (e.g. vehicle, cell phone, tools, etc.) in the course of their employment
For Veterans points: Please show all of your employment history, including military service and related documentation (DD214) on the application.
The City of Aurora is an equal opportunity employer. We are required by state and federal agencies to keep certain statistical records on applicants. It will not be used in any way to discriminate against you because of your sex, race, age, sexual orientation, creed, national origin, disability or military status, gender identity, unless related to a bona fide occupational qualification as defined by the Colorado Civil Rights Commission and the Equal Opportunity Commission.
If you need assistance in completing this application, please feel free to contact our office at: 303-739-7225 or visit us at 15151 E Alameda Pkwy., Suite 3500, Aurora, CO 80012.
Despite the changes in Colorado law, the City of Aurora maintains a drug free workplace. A positive test of marijuana is grounds for disqualification and ineligibility for employment with the city for one year or termination once hired.
Drug Testing, Thorough Criminal Background Check, and Employment References:
As a condition of employment, all applicants selected for employment with the City of Aurora must undergo a thorough criminal background check and drug screening. Employment references will be conducted on finalists for City of Aurora vacancies.
Provider Communications Supervisor
Conduent is the world's largest provider of diversified business process services with leading capabilities in transaction processing, automation, analytics and constituent experience. We work with both government and commercial customers in assisting them to deliver quality services to the people they serve.
We manage interactions with patients and the insured for a significant portion of the U.S. healthcare industry. We are the customer interface for large segments of the technology industry and the operational and processing partner of choice for public transportation systems around the world.
Whether it's digital payments, claims processing, benefit administration, automated tolling, customer care or distributed learning � Conduent manages and modernizes these interactions to create value for both our clients and their constituents. Learn more at www.conduent.com.
If you meet the requirements of this position and want to work for a world-class company with a great marketplace reputation, apply today.
Tasks and Responsibilities
Supervise, backup and provide guidance and training for department tasks completed within provider communications, special projects and special programs units. This includes tasks related to the development and review of policy communications, developing timelines, and analyzing large-scale projects, and processing related projects/assignments.
Oversee, provide guidance and/or attend meetings related to provider communications including, but not limited to, special projects, enhancements, long-term and/or high-impact communications, new provider manual section development, and process improvements.
Analyze and assist in resolving escalated issues from publications specialists and leads. Issues escalated to the supervisor include staff performance and workload, project timelines, reviews, and additional content and policy-related issues.
Collaborate with the Web Content supervisor and leads to analyze workload data, balance department workload, address process/performance issues and determine appropriate specialists for specific assignment types and special projects.
Attend client-facing meetings, as needed, for high-impact project planning or escalated publication issues.
Evaluate and follow up with specialists regarding performance issues; arrange for training as needed. Collaborate and contribute to formal staff evaluations, along with department manager, using input, data and documentation.
Establish a strong and positive working relationship with the stakeholders and subject matter experts (SMEs) within Conduent and within client-based divisions; provide support and advice regarding processes, timelines and requirements.
Work with the department manager to ensure employees have the correct access levels; hardware and software to complete their work. Assist staff in resolving equipment, access, software and building maintenance issues and needs.
Create new employee training plans; deliver introductory and orientation training for new hires.
Assess and approve time off requests; monitor out of office call-ins or scheduled out of office reports; communicate absences to necessary colleagues.
Delegate tasks to staff, as needed.
Maintain a positive, professional, supportive and team-oriented attitude at all times.
Complete assignment reviews, as needed.
Backup leads, Web Content supervisor or department manager, as needed.
Oversee and participate in the development of new and maintenance of current Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs), reference documents, help guides, training materials and templates.
Send production and metric-based reports to manager, as requested.
Complete other tasks as determined by the department manager.
Preferred Education, Experience and Additional Qualifications
Bachelor's Degree in a related field (Journalism, Communications, English, Public Relations, Public Health, etc.) and/or equivalent work experience.
A preferred two (2) years of experience or more in technical and/or non-technical writing and publications demonstrating familiarity with a comprehensive range of publication assignments.
A preferred two (2) years or more of supervising healthcare and/or communications staff in an office setting.
Experience with the following software: Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook)
Work experience in healthcare and/or communications
Ability to communicate effectively, both verbally and in written correspondence
Strong problem solving and project management skills
Conduent is an Equal Opportunity Employer and considers applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, creed, religion, ancestry, national origin, age, gender identity, gender expression, sex/gender, marital status, sexual orientation, physical or mental disability, medical condition, use of a guide dog or service animal, military/veteran status, citizenship status, basis of genetic information, or any other group protected by law. People with disabilities who need a reasonable accommodation to apply for or compete for employment with Conduent may request such accommodation(s) by clicking on the following link, completing the accommodation request form, and submitting the request by using the "Submit" button at the bottom of the form. For those using Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox please download the form first: click here to access or download the form.
Police Records And Communications Supervisor
Initial Review Date: 7/10/17*
- Any complete applications received after the review date will only be forwarded to the hiring committee at their request.
Starting Salary: $6,377.63 (per month) plus benefits; Salary Grade: C4-61
Full Salary Range: $6,377.63 – $8,529.10 (per month)
The Foothill-De Anza Community College District is currently accepting applications for the classified supervisor position above.
Under the direction of the Chief of Police, provide supervision and direction to the operations of the District Police Department's communications, records, and fingerprinting functions as well as property/evidence management, and Special Events and Parking assistance. Participate in budget planning; perform complex analysis and reporting to District and outside law enforcement agencies; serve as administrative assistant to Chief of Police. The Police Records and Communications Supervisor will participate as part of the executive team in the overall leadership/management of the District Police Department.
EXAMPLE OF DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Depending upon assignment, duties may include, but are not limited to, the following:
Assure the functioning of the District Police Department's records, communications and property/evidence divisions; assure that departmental regulations, as well as State and federal laws and policies are followed; assist in day-to-day operations of the department and maintain department equipment.
Assist the Chief of Police as assigned; perform special assignments.
Responsible for the scheduling, training and supervision of Police Dispatchers, and Records Specialists. Hire, train and schedule Police Student Aides who perform LiveScan Fingerprinting services
Interview, select and hire employees; supervise, assign, direct and schedule work activities; explain how duties are to be carried out.
Evaluate the performance of assigned personnel; effectively communicate how the performance of duties will be measured; recommend promotions and rewards for service.
Approve monthly time and attendance records and utilize automated software to schedule employees, approve requests for time off and additional time worked, including any overtime worked and compensatory time worked/taken.
Address and resolve a wide variety of concerns and complaints; adjust grievances; recommend transfers and reassignments.
Counsel employees; address performance problems through corrective disciplinary action; suspend and/or terminate personnel according to established policies and procedures.
Plan, coordinate and arrange for appropriate training for assigned personnel; develop and initiate departmental activities, orientations and in-services to review policies and procedures of the program, the College and changes on State regulations.
Operate communications equipment, including a police radio; evaluate and prioritize calls for service; dispatch proper police, fire and medical personnel.
Perform a variety of administrative duties for the Chief of Police including typing correspondence, filing and other clerical duties; schedule meetings and screen telephone calls as necessary; provide information in person and on the phone; interact with various outside agencies.
Release information to the public as necessary; assist in administrative hiring process of full-time and Per-Diem Police Officers, Community Service Officers, Police Dispatchers and Records Specialists.
Process in-coming evidence, found property and safekeeping; send out required notices to owners and suspects; route evidence to Crime Lab as necessary; maintain chain of evidence; prepare evidence for court appearances; purge evidence in compliance with applicable laws and policies.
Obtain criminal history and generate PFN and CEN numbers to ready arrestees for prosecution.
Act as Court Liaison with the DA's Office/Superior Court as required, including preparation of cases to be submitted to the DA's Office for review.
Coordinate and manage the Records Management computer system for District Police reports; track and analyze all reports for District Police from CAD database. Act as System Administrator for District Police computerized data systems; setting login accounts, creating and maintaining incident codes.
Perform LiveScan Fingerprinting administration. Fingerprint full and part time personnel and child care workers employed by the District; verify identification and assure forms are properly completed; utilize a computerized database to access information.
Fingerprint individuals for outside organizations including State credentials, licensing and citizenship; maintain fingerprinting contracts with outside agencies; collect and process related monies as needed.
Maintain criminal offender record information obtained from fingerprints; release information and maintain records for District employees in accordance with District policy and applicable laws; maintain liaison with Department of Justice.
Serve as liaison between the District Police, Parking, and Special Event requestors; assist in coordinating parking preparation, staging, and reserve no parking areas; assist in coordinating and posting directional signage; prepare departmental recharges; assist in the development of parking plans, policies, and procedures.
Participate in and oversee financial records; monitor budgets.
Perform a variety of duties to prepare and maintain various records related to assigned activities including invoice payments, filing, data processing, retention and destruction of law enforcement documents, money processing, restraining orders, releasing criminal offender records and others. Arrange for subpoena service, traffic citation processing, mail processing, personnel files maintenance, payroll processing and other related duties.
Order and maintain supplies and equipment for the office and department including patrol vehicles, office machinery, parking machines, safety supplies and general office supplies.
Serve as liaison for the court and District Attorney's office; process incident reports, process court orders to seal records and maintain records in compliance with applicable laws.
Develop and coordinate the publication of informational brochures and crime statistics as required by District policy and State laws.
Compile and submit data to be the State of California and FBI, for the Uniformed Crime Reports (UCR)/National Incident Based Reporting System (NIBRS).
Compile and submit data to the U.S. Department of Education per the Annual Clery Act reporting requirements
Coordinate mandatory training for Law Enforcement personnel; monitor and maintain required audit information, including POST automated records.
Issue parking permits and staff parking permits; review contested citations for validity; process parking citations utilizing a computerized system.
Oversee the operation of a variety of police and office equipment, including computer equipment, communication and radio devices and telecommunications equipment.
Perform all duties of a Police Dispatcher when necessary.
Perform related duties as assigned.
Federal, State and municipal laws.
District rules and regulations.
Operation of computer systems and assigned software.
Modern office practices, procedures and equipment.
Regulations and laws regarding records release and retention, evidence retention, destruction and release, property and evidence management, and others related to assigned activities.
Department of Justice uniform crime reports and fingerprint rules and regulations.
General police terminology and codes.
Oral and written communication skills.
Interpersonal skills using tact, patience and courtesy.
Principles of training and providing work direction.
Demonstrate understanding of, sensitivity to, and respect for the diverse academic, socio-economic, ethnic, religious, and cultural backgrounds, disability, and sexual orientation of community college students, faculty and staff.
Support and assist in the direction of Police Services to assure a safe environment for staff, students and the public.
Communicate effectively both orally and in writing.
Establish and maintain cooperative and effective working relationships with others.
Maintain records and prepare reports.
Operate various office and police equipment as assigned.
Plan, assign, correct and supervise the work of Records and Communications staff.
Prioritize and schedule work.
Coordinate police functions with other departments.
Apply and explain policies, procedures, rules and regulations.
Complete work with many interruptions.
Act as a leader and motivate staff.
Conduct training sessions and drills to maintain the efficiency of Records and Communications staff.
Evaluate the performance of team members, give frequent feedback to subordinates and prepare written evaluations and performance evaluations.
Understanding of, sensitivity to, and respect for the diverse academic, socio-economic, ethnic, religious, and cultural backgrounds, disability, and sexual orientation of community college students, faculty and staff.
Any combination equivalent to an Associate's degree in police science or related field AND five (5) years' experience in police records management, dispatch or related experience.
LICENSES AND OTHER REQUIREMENTS:
- CA POST Records Supervisor Certificate or ability to obtain within 2 years.
Additional Testing May Include:
Oral Board Interview.
In-depth Interview with Chief of Police.
Written Test and/or assessment test.
Hearing and speaking to exchange information in person and on the telephone.
Dexterity of hands and fingers to operate computer keyboard and police equipment.
Vision to read various materials.
Standing for extended periods of time.
Reaching overhead, above the shoulders and horizontally.
Bending at the waist, kneeling or crouching.
Lifting, carrying, pushing or pulling objects up to 30 lbs.
Frequent contact with dissatisfied or abusive individuals.
Exposure to hazardous materials and biohazards.
- A District on-line application on http://hr.fhda.edu/careers/. *In the application, you will provide information, which demonstrates your understanding of, sensitivity to, and respect for the diverse academic, socio-economic, ethnic, religious, and cultural backgrounds, disability, and sexual orientation of community college students, faculty and staff.
- A cover letter addressing your qualifications for the position.
- A current resume of all work experience, formal education and training.
If any required application materials are omitted, the committee will not review your application. Items not required (including reference letters) will not be accepted. For full-consideration, all application packets must be received by 11:59 pm on the closing date.
Please allow yourself ample time to complete your application and resolve any technical difficulties that may arise with your submission. We do not guarantee a response to application questions within 48 hours of the closing date. You may also visit our "Applicant Information" to assist with technical difficulties at: http://hr.fhda.edu/careers/a-applicant-instructions.html
CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT:
Position: Full-Time, Permanent, 12-months per year
Starting date: As soon as possible upon completion of the search process.
Excellent benefits package which includes medical coverage for employee and eligible dependents, dental, vision care, employee assistance program, long term disability, retirement benefits and basic life insurance. For information on our benefits package that includes medical for employees and dependents, visit our web site: http://hr.fhda.edu/benefits/index.html.
Persons with disabilities who require reasonable accommodation to complete the employment process must notify Employment Services no later than the closing date of the announcement. The successful applicant will be required to provide proof of authorization to work in the U.S. All interviewing costs incurred by applicant are the responsibility of the applicant.
For more information about our application process contact:
Foothill-De Anza Community College District
12345 El Monte Road
Los Altos Hills, California 94022
If you are applying for a position at Foothill-De Anza Community College for the first time, please click on the button that says "Apply for this Position". You will be prompted to complete a new application.
Please note the following Required Documents for your Application.
Required Documents: Resume, Cover Letter
Medical Air Lift Communications Supervisor
This position provides opportunities to work in a fast-paced, challenging, diverse and rewarding environment. As an employee you will enjoy generous benefits and work/life programs.
For a complete description of our benefits for this position, please view this page. UW Medicine's mission is to improve the health of the public by advancing medical knowledge, providing outstanding primary and specialty care to the people of the region, and preparing tomorrow's physicians, scientists and other health professionals. UW Medicine owns or operates Harborview Medical Center (HMC), Northwest Hospital & Medical Center (NWH), Valley Medical Center (VMC), UW Medical Center (UWMC), a network of UW Medicine Neighborhood Clinics (UWNC) that provide primary care, UW Physicians, UW School of Medicine, Airlift Northwest, and other owned, operated or affiliated entities as appropriate. In addition, UW Medicine shares in the ownership and governance of Children's University Medical Group and Seattle Cancer Care Alliance a partnership among UW Medicine, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research, and Seattle Children's.
Airlift Northwest (ALNW) has an outstanding opportunity for a Medical Air Lift Communications Supervisor. Within the Airlift Northwest Communications Center, this individual will oversee the day-to-day operations through supervision of a staff of medical airlift communications specialists who coordinate air/ground transport for emergency medical care, and ensure triage of local and interstate medical flights, ground transport and medical team confirmation.
Under general direction of the – Airlift Northwest/ Transfer Center Director, with delegated authority, the Medical Air Lift Communications Supervisor will interview and recommend selection of medical airlift communications specialist applicants, train new employees, assign and schedule work, act upon leave requests, conduct annual performance evaluations and recommend disciplinary action.
Coordinate the daily operations of the Communications Center at Airlift Northwest involving supervision of ALNW staff with different employers.
This position is a working supervisor, required to work one scheduled twelve (12) hour shift a week as a Medical Airlift Communications Specialist.
Bachelor's degree in business, public relations, or related field AND two years of experience in management or supervision in a health care setting.
Equivalent education/experience may substitute for minimum qualifications except when there are legal requirements such as licenses/certification/registration.
Excellent multi-tasking, organizational, and communication skills.REQUIREMENTS:see above
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