Field Recorder Job Description Sample
Electronic Court Recorder - Watford City
General Summary or Purpose
Candidates selected for an interview will be required to take typing and grammar tests.
This position is responsible for making a verbatim record of court proceedings using audio recording equipment, typing transcripts, as required, and providing administrative support to a district judge.
Title of Immediate Supervisor: Varies
Accountable For (Job Titles): None
FLSA Status: Non-Exempt
The Electronic Court Recorder is responsible for making a verbatim record of district and juvenile court trials, proceedings, and other matters using audio recording equipment, writing court logs, noting appearances and essential events during these proceedings, and providing transcripts, as required. Positions assigned to this classification provide administrative and secretarial support to a referee or district judge and court staff, assist in calendar control and scheduling, and may serve as liaison between the referee or district judge and others in matters handled by the referee or judge.
Positions assigned to this classification follow routines and processes established by others but still require specialized experience to perform the requirements of the job. Additionally, this position differs from Administrative Assistant II in that the former provides administrative support services and assistance directly to a referee or district judge and responsibilities relating to court recording are more diverse whereas Administrative Assistant II's responsibilities are to provide general administrative and secretarial support to other staff within the court system. Additionally, this position is personally responsible for the production of all required and requested transcripts unless they are prepared by a third party.
Major Responsibilities & Essential Functions
Note: Any one position in this classification may not perform all the duties and responsibilities listed below.
Accurately records, transcribes, and certifies the record of court and jury trial proceedings, unless it is prepared by a third party, by computer-aided equipment per state and appellate requirements. Responsibility also requires taking court notes during hearings to identify appearances and to note significant events during the hearing and to locate and present prior testimony. Travel to other counties within and outside of the district for court proceedings assigned to the district judge or referee is also required.
Performs clerking duties in courtroom, administers oath, marks documents, maintains logs and other forms, and transfers storage devices, files, and records to the clerk of district court for reference.
Prepares and distributes official transcripts and related documents.
Coordinates meetings and maintains the calendar for the judge and his or her court schedule. Schedules trials and other court proceedings, unless done by a calendar clerk and in cooperation with the clerk of court, and informs parties of the same.
Provides secretarial and clerical support to the district judge or referee by preparing, transcribing, and proofing all correspondence, findings, orders, jury instructions, memorandum, or other materials.
Performs a variety of clerical and administrative tasks that may include: scheduling rotation of court reporter pool, answering phones, maintaining and purchasing office supplies, maintaining law library, arranging appointments and travel reservations, scheduling and notifying parties of meetings and proceedings, performing related scheduling functions, and preparing expense vouchers.
Serves as primary contact for case-related information as requested. Greets visitors, screens telephone calls and correspondence, provides information, explains policies and procedures, or refers, as appropriate. Acts as a liaison between the district judge or referee and personnel from other agencies, the general public, and attorneys.
Performs other duties of comparable level or type.
Minimum Qualifications & Certification or Licensing Requirements
Requires a high school diploma and two years of previous secretarial experience in a court, law office or related job experience.
Requires AAERT (American Association of Electronic Reporters and Transcribers) CER (certified electronic court reporter) and CET* (certified electronic transcriber) certifications or ability to obtain within two years of job entry. A comparable certification by another state court or federal court may be substituted for the AAERT certification.
- At this time an internal Transcript Practice and Quality Assurance Program may be substituted for the CET certification. Passing the CET written multiple choice test is maintained.
Knowledge, Skill, & Physical Requirements
Considerable knowledge of secretarial practices and procedures.
Considerable knowledge of legal terminology, business English, punctuation, and grammar.
Considerable knowledge of office systems, procedures, and equipment.
Considerable knowledge of electronic recording equipment.
Considerable knowledge of word processing, database, and internet software.
Considerable knowledge of court rules, procedures, and functions.
Basic knowledge of law and legal principles.
Ability to proficiently use related software programs.
Record keeping skills.
Skilled in the use of word processing and internet browsing applications.
Skilled in accurate transcription from audio recordings.
Basic legal research skills.
Written communication skills.
Proofreading and editorial skills.
Interpersonal skills to deal effectively with all levels of personnel and the public.
The essential functions of the job typically require: sitting, standing, walking, talking, hearing, seeing, feeling, reaching, and fingering requirements or other reasonable methods that accommodate an individual in completing the essential functions of the job.
Employee may be subject to some limited travel in the performance of the job.
Physical requirements can typically be characterized as Light: Work involves exerting up to 20 lbs. of force occasionally, and/or up to 10 lbs. frequently, and/or a negligible amount of force constantly to move objects.
Clerk & Recorder Supervisor
Position will remain open until filled.
General Statement of Duties: The Clerk & Recorder Supervisor completes procedures in all aspects of Clerk & Recorder's Office as directed by the Colorado State Statutes.
This position assumes the responsibilities of the specific assigned department. This position requires the ability to plan, organize and control the responsibilities of the department and be part of the team working together to accomplish the goals of the Clerk & Recorder's Office. This position performs administrative assignments and technical clerical assignments, etc. that require leadership ability, strong management and organizational skills, research skills, communication facilitation and decision-making abilities. This position evaluates procedures necessary to complete tasks to maintain absolute compliance.
Supervision Received: Works under the direction of the Chief Deputy Official and the Clerk & Recorder, establishing methods and procedures for attaining department specific goals and objectives, receiving guidance in order to direct and facilitate the duties and activities of the department.
Supervision Exercised: Provides supervision to department staff.
Essential Functions: Any one position may not include all of the duties listed nor do the listed examples include all duties which may be found in positions of this class.
Assists the Chief Deputy Official and the Clerk & Recorder with the management and leadership of the assigned department.
Works with the public and internal County staff by responding to inquiries, explaining processes, completing paperwork and resolving issues.
Considered a guide for resources and information in the assigned department.
Ensures current updated policies and procedures for each responsibility within the assigned department.
Acts as floor supervisor in assigned department, maintaining active communication, resolving department operational issues; serving as central point within the department to assist with any communication issues.
Collaborates with department staff to set goals, mentors and directs the appropriate training of team members, promoting a learning environment by ensuring all department staff are cross-trained between positions.
Selects the most appropriate procedures to carry out compliance and assignments and implements new procedures based on an analysis of problems.
Manages the administrative functions within department including coordinating schedules and workflows to maintain appropriate coverage at front desks during main hours of operation.
Collects detailed information for the compilation of reports and formal documentation to facilitate the functions of the department.
Trains and audits the work of all department staff to ensure correct interpretation of State Statute and department policies and procedures.
Ensures the appropriate collection of fees according to department compliance, issues receipts and records transactions as appropriate; using office specific computer software to enter and retrieve information.
Maintains a detailed working knowledge of all computer software programs utilized by department staff.
Manages the specific supervisory duties, including monitoring department staff performance, completion of employee evaluations and verification of timesheets.
Communicates with the Chief Deputy Official and the Clerk & Recorder prior to acting on any official disciplinary action.
Handles departmental complaints according to office policy and reports all complaints to the Chief Deputy Official or the Clerk & Recorder.
Assists with office and county wide information transfer.
Performs a variety of budgetary and related fiscal duties i.e. maintaining department budget, develop procedures for billing or accounts receivable, handling cash funds as required, actively communicating such information with the Chief Deputy Official or the Clerk & Recorder.
Proofreads material and verifies information for accuracy and completeness, making corrections as necessary.
Maintains and oversees department filing systems for the appropriate availability of information.
Maintains a current working knowledge of appropriate records retention and destruction.
Manages department staff logistics for workshops, trainings, meetings, etc.
Regular and predictable attendance is required.
Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Education: A high school graduate or equivalent. Two year associates degree desirable or equivalent work experience.
Experience: At least five (5) years working progressively responsible experience in an office environment. Preferably with at least two years experience acting as a lead employee.
Knowledge of modern office management practices, procedures and techniques.
Ability to organize and coordinate office functions to achieve organizational goals and objectives.
Ability to act independently and exercise initiative in the coordination of projects assigned.
Ability to supervise and train staff members.
Ability to review and interpret Colorado Revised Statutes, County, Clerk Office and department policies and procedures, guiding staff to ensure compliance.
Ability to express ideas clearly and concisely, orally and in a variety of written formats.
Must be able to interpret, apply, explain and enforce all applicable laws, codes, regulations, policies and procedures to a wide range of audiences and levels of knowledge. Ability to assemble, organize and present statistical, financial and technical information derived from a variety of sources. Ability to read, analyze, and interpret complex and technical documents including contracts, maps, and complex management and financial reports and respond to the most sensitive inquiries or complaints.
Ability to read, comprehend and translate information relayed in written or graphic format. Must be able to write policies, procedures, correspondences and other types of documents. Must have the ability to write speeches, articles and manuals and create presentations using original and innovative techniques and styles.
Must have the ability to make effective and persuasive presentations on controversial or complex topics to top management, public groups and organizations and/or board of directors. Ability to prepare industry specific technical reports and budgeting information. Ability to effectively communicate with the public, federal, state and county officials, employees, community agencies and the public.
Must possess the ability to establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with fellow employees, representatives of other agencies and organizations and members of the community.
Have a strong customer service orientation and work collaboratively within a team environment. Interact professionally and diplomatically with County employees, other agencies and organizations and members of the community and manage difficult or emotional customer situations. Must have the skill to organize work flow and accomplish established objectives.
Must possess the ability to recognize when confidentiality is required and maintain strict confidentiality. Must maintain appropriate professional boundaries in relationships with customers/clients and the general public.
Must have the ability to work with moderate to complex mathematical concepts such as addition, subtraction, multiplication and division in all units of measure, using whole numbers, fractions, percentages, decimals, proportions rates and ratios.
Must be able to analyze technical data and apply it to practical situations. Must have working knowledge of basic financial transactions, such as payroll, purchasing and expenses. Must have the ability to understand budgetary functions, processes and procedures.
Must be able to apply principles of logic and reasoning or scientific thinking to a wide range of intellectual and practical problems and work independently with minimal direction.
Must be able to prioritize work and simultaneously manage multiple responsibilities at times under pressure of tight deadlines and emotional situations. Must have the skills to solve problems involving concrete and abstract variables in a variety of situations within established guidelines. Must be able to work independently.
Must be able to effectively use modern office technology and equipment, including computers, calculators, telephone, and copiers with scanning and faxing capabilities.
Must be proficient in word processing, database manipulation, spread sheets, email, and the knowledge to save and retrieve documents from a variety of destinations and sources with a high degree of accuracy. Must be able to learn the software and programs related to the position and the County.
The physical demands here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to talk and hear. The employee frequently is required to sit; use hands and fingers, handle or feel; and reach with hands or arms.
The employee is frequently required to stand for long periods of time; walk; climb or balance; twist; stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl, and smell. Must be able to respond to the customers' needs and perform tasks requiring extensive hand and eye coordination. Dexterity of hands and fingers to operate a computer keyboard, mouse and other devices and objects.
The employee must frequently lift and/or move up to 25 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this position include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and ability to adjust focus. The employee must be able to manage assigned work in stressful situations.
Work Environment: The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing essential functions of this job.
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. This job operates in a professional office environment. This role routinely uses standard office equipment such as computers, phones, photocopiers, filing cabinets and scanning and fax machines.
Must have the ability to tolerate and be productive in a quiet to moderate noise level in the work place. Employee will have periodic exposure to hazards in the field such as driving and inclement weather and potential hostile clientele.
Must possess and maintain a valid Colorado Driver's License and satisfactory driving record. Must occasionally work under deadlines with the possibility of working beyond regularly scheduled hours.
Other Duties: Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities and activities may change at any time with or without notice.
Compliance Field Supervisor - Field Supervision - St. Louis, MO
The Field Supervision Department plays a critical role in achieving the Compliance Division's mission of promoting our clients' best interest while helping to ensure the firm remains in compliance with industry rules and regulations. Supervisory responsibilities of the firm's branch offices are handled by teams in this department, which are centralized in the St. Louis and Tempe home offices.
Compliance Field Supervisors, also known as Field Supervision Directors, are registered principals with supervisory responsibility over assigned branch offices. Compliance Field Supervisors utilize extensive electronic processing systems and exception reports to complete the supervision of and provide support to branch offices in the areas of account and trade activity, industry regulations and firm policies.
Partner with Financial Advisors and branch teams in an effort to assist them in building a successful and compliant business
Conduct review and approval of client account and trade activity, including completing commission adjustments in client accounts when appropriate
Coach and educate branch teams on supervisory and compliance issues, best practices, and complex client situations
Routinely contact clients to discuss trade activity within their accounts and to ensure proper disclosures have been made
Communicate potential concerns or supervisory issues to clients, Financial Advisors, home office associates, and industry regulators
Identify trends and patterns in branch activity to determine if follow-up is needed and/or if a situation requires escalation to another area in Compliance
Work in collaboration with internal business areas
Conduct supervisory visits throughout the year (4-6 weeks per year) on a subset of branches to enhance the quality of supervision
Series 7 license required that is currently active and held for a minimum of one year
Series 9, 10, 24, and 66 licenses required or must be obtained within four months of hire
Insurance license required or must be obtained within 12 months of hire
Compliance oversight, risk management, or supervisory related experience is strongly preferred
Required to travel 4-6 weeks per year to conduct supervisory visits, present at various regional meetings, and/or attend occasional industry meetings and conferences
Broad knowledge of products, supervisory systems, firm policies, and industry rules and regulations
Must demonstrate strong conflict-management, problem solving and independent decision making skills
Ability to work in a dynamic fast paced environment
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Bachelor's degree in business-related field is preferred, but not required
B2B Sales Development And Field Manager
We are looking to partner with individuals who want to be an integral part in the growth our company and presence throughout the Midwest.
The RIGHT PERSON for us has…
- an Entrepreneurial mindset
- an Exceptional work ethic
- Excellent face-to-face people skills
- a track record of Success
- Be part of a Growth Culture and Positive Atmosphere
- Earn the Uncapped-Income you deserve
- Be mentored by Experienced and Successful trainers
- Provide Industry-Leading products
- Receive Recognition and Appreciation for your results
- MAKE A DIFFERENCE!
Learn and implement our proven sales system/processes through our extensive, hands-on training. You will then be responsible for establishing a company presence through your personal sales and quickly develop a referral-based network of clients. This position offers an accelerated promotion structure into sales training and leadership within the first couple months. As a member of our leadership team you will lead by example, model our core values, and contribute to the growth culture and development of the overall organization. You will continue to grow your own client base, while teaching others to do the same. Your achievements in sales and leadership will be recognized at our regional meetings and national conferences.
- $80,000-$100,000+ first year income potential
- Performance-based promotions
- Monthly Cash Bonuses
- Company-paid Incentive trips
- Company Stock
- Residual Income stream for retirement
Field Artillery Basic Officer Leader Course / Captain’S Career Course Instructor
Job Location: Fort Sill, Oklahoma
Salary: Competitive, Depends on Qualifications
Travel: Up to 25% CONUS; potential OCONUS
Purpose: Provide resident training and instruction to students attending the Field Artillery
Basic Officer Leader Course (BOLC) / Captain’s Career Course (CCC). Conduct academic instruction, provide input for updates/training to the Program of Instruction (POI); and maintain and update lesson plans in support of the Field Artillery Basic Officer Leader Course and Field Artillery Captain’s Career Course.
- Shall follow the Government provided Program of Instruction (POI) and prepare to teach to standard the contents of each POI. This includes ensuring class begins and ends on time IAW the government approved schedule. The instructors shall ensure all required resources are on hand and in good working condition NLT 15 minutes prior to beginning scheduled training.
- The instructor shall ensure at the end of each class that all students complete a Course Evaluation Assessment (critique). Shall provide the critiques to the COR within 2 business days of the end of each class.
- Shall evaluate students on their assigned subject matter under field, simulated, and classroom conditions. The instructors/operators shall maintain competence as their assigned position, which requires continual self-education on emerging technological advances in Field Artillery capabilities and updates to doctrine. The instructors/operators shall coordinate with the COR for review and approval of all training sessions.
- Shall administer examinations, evaluate test results, correlate test results of the students’ ability, and provide recommendations to academic deficiency panels on changes and student status.
- Shall analyze individual and class academic duty performance, and shall provide recommendations for improvement to the COR concerning course materials, methods of instruction, and performance evaluation when requested.
- Shall be responsible to assist in preparation, set-up, and tear-down of necessary equipment, including vehicles prior to and at the conclusion of daily operations.
- Shall perform limited emergency repairs such as changing tires, fuse replacements, etc. Repairs are performed at the discretion and abilities of the operator, based on established procedures and the extent of repair needed.
- Shall operate and clean government owned or government leased vehicles and equipment when returning from field training, utilizing wash racks and pressure washing facilities. Driver’s shall also clean cab and vehicle interior by removing trash and dirt, picking items up, and/or removing dirt and mud/.
- shall ensure that loading/unloading and operation of military equipment/system vehicles is done safely and that cargo (e.g., supplies, materials) and military personnel are appropriately protected IAW established guidelines, rules, SOPs, and regulations.
- BA in Education, from an accredited college or university.
- Master Resiliency Training (MRT)
- SECRET Clearance
- Driver’s License
- Proof of experience to be submitted to be considered as qualified experience can be form any or a combination of the following:
- DD Form 214 reflecting a Honorable Discharge
- Officer Record Brief (ORB)/Enlisted Record Brief (ERB),
- Officer Evaluation Report (OER) / NCO Evaluation Report (NCOER),
- Instructor Training Certificate
- Minimum of five (5) years of Field Artillery experience and in one of the following assignments with the US Army of USMC for:
- FABOLC/FACCC Gunnery: Battery/Battalion Fire Direction Officer/NCO (FDO) on the M777A1 or M119A2 weapons systems and their upgraded versions.
- FABOLC Fire Support: Battalion/Brigade/Regimental Fire Support Officer/NCO, Brigade/Regimental/Division Targeting Officer/NCO;
- FACCC Tech/Tac/Professional Core: Battery/Battalion CDR, FA Battalion S3/XO.
Revenue Field Auditor I
Are you interested in being part of a team that is dedicated in serving the people and business owners acrossthe Commonwealth in helping educate and bring them into compliance with Kentucky state tax laws? If so, thisis your opportunity to work for the Kentucky Department of Revenue.
The Office of Field Operations, in the Louisville Taxpayer Service Center has an opening for a Revenue FieldAuditor position. We are seeking a highly motivated individual to provide clear communication skills withtaxpayers and their representative(s) over the phone and in person to resolve tax matters.
As Revenue Field Auditor for the Commonwealth of Kentucky, you will receive the direction and the trainingneeded to successfully audit tax returns to determine the accuracy of the return filed, payments made, and theextent of liabilities due (if any).
Additionally, you will be responsible for the following with minimal assistance:
Educating and advising taxpayers of their tax liabilities/ responsibilities, filing deadlines, taxpayment obligations, and department policies and procedures.
Carefully reviewing tax returns as directed.
Collecting data, information, and documentation from taxpayers.
Carefully monitoring deadlines.
Continuously updating notes, histories, and taxpayer information in agency computer systems and auditwork papers.
Recording notes proficiently and accurately into agency computers systems during telephoneconversations.
Conducting meetings and other conferences with taxpayers and tax professionals.
Utilizing Microsoft Excel at a basic level and learning more advanced techniques.
Ensuring the safety and confidentiality of taxpayer information, data, and records.
Remaining up-to-date on tax laws, policies, and regulations by regularly attending in-house and outsideseminars, training sessions, and educational opportunities.
The successful candidate must possess clear communication skills to work with customers in person or over thetelephone and in writing, occasionally in confrontational situations.
Additional / Supplemental Information:
Must successfully complete a background investigation including an FBI criminal history record check (fingerprint check).
Must comply with all tax laws.
Mostly at a desk using a computer and telephone.
Some local and out-of-state travel required for audits,training, or education.
We offer opportunities for Flexible work schedules.
The Kentucky Department of Revenue is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. We embrace diversity and offer a respectful, inclusive culture for people with disabilities, as well as members of all protected groups and statuses. We encourage you to apply.
EDUCATION: Graduate of a college or university with a bachelor's degree that includes twenty semester hours or thirty quarter hours in pure accounting courses.
EXPERIENCE, TRAINING, OR SKILLS: NONE
Substitute EDUCATION for EXPERIENCE: Certification as a Certified Public Accountant (C.P.A.) will substitute for the required education.
Substitute EXPERIENCE for EDUCATION: NONE
SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS (AGE, LICENSURE, REGULATION, ETC.): NONE
Duties are generally performed in an office setting. Requires overnight travel both in and out of state.
This job has an initial and promotional probationary period of 12months. For additional information refer to:http://www.lrc.ky.gov/kar/101/001/325.pdf
If you have questions about this advertisement, please contact Stefon Robinson at Stefon.Robinson@Ky.Gov or 502-595-4512 .
Field Service Technician NU - Laurel, DE
Komatsu is an indispensable partner to the construction, mining, industrial and forestry industries that maximizes value for customers through innovative solutions. With a full line of products supported by our advanced IoT technologies, regional distribution channels and a global service network, we help customers safely and sustainably optimize their operations. Our Komatsu, P&H, Joy, Montabert, Modular Mining Systems, Hensley Industries, NTC and Gigaphoton equipment and services are used to extract fundamental minerals and develop modern infrastructure.
Responsible for performing repair of machinery and components at high levels of efficiency & quality. This individual must be able to work with minimal supervision:
a) Recondition & repair all equipment components & systems as assigned by Service Manager
b) Maintain and care for shop tools, equipment and vehicles
c) Communicate with others professionally
d) Perform diagnostic inspections as directed
Key Job Responsibilities
Ability to work safely & efficiently; Follows all company policies & procedures
Maintains high employee morale
Maintains excellent customer and employee relations
Typical duties will include the following and/or similar, but are not limited to:
Recondition and repair equipment and components
Follows instruction by the service manager and working Forman in performing repairs and other work assigned
Order all parts and materials required to perform assigned repairs
Effect the repairs required in a safe and effective manner
Ensure that all repairs are completed on time & in an efficient manner as assigned
Ensure the cosmetic appearance upon completion as required
Ensure all parts and materials not used are returned as per guidelines
Maintain the work area in a clean and safe condition
Maintain good working records for time, parts, supplies and outside purchases in repairs
All record-keeping methods are followed as per instructions
All cost related items are included in the work order file
Ensure all records kept are legible and in compliance with established methods
Maintain and care for Company shop tools, equipment and vehicles
All specialty tools used on the job are obtained using established methods
All tools and special equipment used on repairs are clean before returning to the tool room
All specialty tools used on jobs are returned to the original location in working condition
Maintains and provides all basic hand and diagnostic tools to perform the work assigned as set by the service manager
Maintain excellent customer and employee relations:
All communications with customers is conducted in a manner reflecting respect, honesty and promoting a positive company image;
All communications with co-workers is conducted per our "Code of Conduct"
Perform diagnostic inspections as directed
All inspections required to determine cause of failure is done following established guidelines
All inspections are completed with cause of failure identified
All failures identified are matched to solutions necessary to affect a repair
Must be able to apply the seven principles of the KOMATSU Way to their everyday work activities where applicable, and always put safety first.
Must have ability to frequently bend, squat, climb stairs and lift & have the ability to lift, pull and/or push up to 50 pounds w/o assistance.
A technical school certificate or equivalent experience in mechanical repairs; A good working knowledge of equipment operations and mechanical functions; Strong diagnostic skills
In the service department, the skills and dedication of the technical staff is of paramount importance. These individuals, by nature of their work, are expected to provide high quality, efficient repairs within acceptable time standards.
Quality of work will be measured by the rate of redo/rework…
Quality of work will be measured by the labor efficiency……>90% of applied time
Time measures will be judged against job standards…………>90% of work
completed within guidelines
Follows all instructions by the Service management and working foreman
The individual in this position should be personable, a problem solver, reliable, ethical, intelligent and able to adapt to all of the forces around them – customers, suppliers, department employees, co-workers and manufacturers employees.
Must have strong computer skills
We are an equal opportunity employer. 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.
Field Construction Inspector
Provide independent onsite construction quality assurance and inspection services as a high-level construction inspector to support the overall operational objectives of the Civil Engineering Unit (CEU) Oakland. The Field Construction Inspector (FCI) contractor shall provide inspection services specified herein in connection with construction projects for Government contracts as developed by Civil Engineering Unit Oakland (CEU Oakland).
Provide all onsite inspection and construction quality assurance services required to deliver completed construction project in compliance with contract documents. The number of projects assigned to the FCI shall be at the discretion of the Supervisor/Construction Section and may involve recurring overnight travel to various USCG project sites in California, Oregon and Washington. The number of concurrent projects assigned shall be limited such that assigned as per this Scope can be completed within a 40 hour standard workweek with no overtime work hours required.
Qualifications and Other
- The Field Construction Inspector (FCI) assigned must have knowledge of building and construction crafts since detailed inspections must be performed to ensure the required workmanship. The FCI shall be capable of reading and understanding contract drawings and specifications. Furthermore, the FCI shall have a minimum of five years of applicable experience on construction projects or other similar experience acceptable to the Contracting Officer. This experience shall include a wide range of trades including, electrical, mechanical, HVAC, roofing, and general building construction.
- Knowledge of acceptable current construction Building Codes in general, procedures and practices, materials and equipment used in the construction of buildings, public works and marine facilities. This knowledge is necessary to render determinations of satisfactory contract performance, for identification of factors which could affect contract cost, impact/delay completion time and for recognition of jobsite safety violations.
- Ability to understand and interpret construction specifications and plans. This knowledge is necessary to confer with contractor's representatives at the site and to ensure quality assurance compliance with the project design.
- Knowledge of contract administrative techniques to ensure that proper administrative procedures are followed in the initiation of contract modifications, in inspection reporting and record keeping, and in contacts with the contractor's personnel. This knowledge is also necessary to monitor the contractor's quality control program, inspections, tests, records and their specific operation controls.
- Knowledge of construction cost estimating to determine the adequacy and validity of contractor's partial payment requests and to assist in making cost estimates for contract modifications.
- Skills to communicate effectively by both verbal and written means as the primary on site spokesperson to coordinate operations between the contractor and the Unit where the construction work is being accomplished, and to provide necessary through and concise information to Government and public officials. Ability to utilize Windows 10 and MS Office software as part of the standard USCG IT Workstation applications are highly desirable.
AC4S is an Equal Opportunity Employer, including disabled and vets
Field Service Tech-Locator-Bbtlc
Primary responsibility is using metallic cable coding locating device to identify existing plan. As trained, installs and repairs broadband communication system in compliance with company technical standards from consumer device to exterior tap location.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Essential duties and responsibilities include but are not limited to those listed below:
Prioritizes and completes locating work in timely fashion, consistent with WOW's or contractor's scheduling requirements
Reads maps and system prints to determine where located jobs will be completed
Communicates work inquiries and work results in timely fashion (usually by e-mail) with supervisor, contractor or other relevant parties
Assures system security by terminating unused ports and tag drops and locking pedestals
Takes voltage measurements
Understands/applies FCC and NESC technical standards
Identifies and reports all incidents of noncompliance (FCC, NESC, OSHA, and WOW standards)
Completes all tasks to WOW Quality standards
Maintains professional appearance and behavior at all times
Maintains excellent attendance
Maintains motor vehicle in proper working order per company policy, including equipment & toll inventory, vehicle security and vehicle maintenance
Attends to other duties as assigned
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential 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.
Able to present technical information to a non-technical audience
Able to work independently
Able to accurately measure distances using tapes and other measure devices
Able to use assigned testing equipment including but not limited to underground locator and TDR
Able to operate office equipment, fax, copier, etc
Able to handle escalations and time-critical issues
Able to read street maps and system prints
Able to work flexible hours as required, including evenings, weekends and on-call shifts
Must have a valid drivers license and good driving record
Position requires a high school diploma or GED
Basic computer skills; internet and e-mail are required.
Physical Demands/Working Conditions:
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.
Ability to work while standing most of the time
Ability to walk or work over all types of terrain, in all types of weather
Ability to carry tools and equipment
Ability to work in tight spaces while bending, twisting and reaching
Ability to carry, climb, and operate extension ladder (approx 28 feet and 75 lbs)
Ability to differentiate between different sizes and colors wires
Ability to perform work in elevated places (i.e., roofs, and utility poles)
Ability to use drills, hammers, wrenches, screwdrivers and other hand tools
Ability to work with small components
Ability to use close vision, peripheral vision and adjust focus
Ability to work in poorly vented areas, such as attics, in extreme temperatures
Ability to move, crawl, bend, stoop, kneel, crouch, reach, pull, push, and grasp
Ability to life up to 90 pounds
Ability to operate computer and test equipment
Ability to work safely near power lines and electrical equipment
Ability to drive company vehicles in a safe manner
WOW! is an Equal Opportunity Employer/Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/Disabled/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity employer
Heritage Field Services Manager - Preservation And Museum Specialist 4
The Heritage Field Services manager develops programming with a focus on increasing WSHS presence in, and service to, heritage organizations in the State of Washington. The position directly supports the Society's strategic goals of creating meaningful impact in each region of the state, as well as building new audiences and growing existing audiences, locally and statewide. The position overseas outreach efforts with regards to this statewide profile such as (but not limited to) workshops and conferences reaching a statewide heritage audience, Heritage Caucus, the Women's History Consortium and the Capital Furnishings committee.
Develops and implements programming statewide that advances the field of public history, and builds capacity for regional history organizations dedicated to public history.
Develops and presents 2-4 technical workshops annually designed to build the capacity of local and regional heritage organizations statewide
In collaboration with statewide partners, coordinates the development of the biennial Pacific Northwest History Conference
Plans for and conducts celebrations and commemorations of significant events in the history of the state of Washington in collaboration other WSHS departments, state agencies, local governments, and local historical organizations
Manages the activities and programs of the Women's History Consortium
Coordinates services to local and regional heritage organizations statewide, including traveling exhibitions, emergency preparedness training, speaker's bureau's, etc.
Serves as the primary WSHS staff liaison (in addition to the Director) with heritage organizations statewide
Serves on the Capital Furnishings Committee as the official WSHS representative
Manages Heritage Caucus meetings during the legislative session, including developing agendas, identifying speakers, and collaborating with the State Arts Commission to present bill reports and other pertinent presentations.
Actively develops relationships with local and regional heritage organizations statewide in an effort to improve collaboration among heritage organizations and identify community needs
Serves as the liaison to the Fort Vancouver National Park and ensures proper allocation of Castles endowment funds to activities at the Fort and in the surrounding area.
In collaboration with the Director, actively develops partnerships and positive relationships with Washington State Tribes.
Bachelor's degree in museum studies, education, history, anthropology, or related field of study and four or more years of experience in providing heritage field services or a closely-related field.
Professional knowledge of pedagogical best practices with regards to outreach to diverse communities and a broad audience base
Professional knowledge of state and local history as well as an understanding of diverse cultures, particularly Native American cultures.
Proven ability to manage volunteers, monitor budgets, develop programs, conduct evaluation and utilize resources effectively to meet programmatic goals.
Knowledge of historical society, museum, or cultural organization best practices.
Excellent formal and informal oral communication skills including the ability to deliver professional presentations, participate regularly in public speaking, and be comfortable facilitating meetings.
Demonstrated experience coordinating outreach programs and events of all scales that bring together diverse individuals and communities such as conferences, symposia, and workshops.
Proven project management experience that includes setting goals, coordinating multiple external and internal resources, organizing multiple assignments with schedule timelines, managing associated budgets and working with others (staff, elected officials, WSHS board, stakeholders, and the public) to ensure a positive outcome.
Attention to detail, follow-through, and excellent communication skills in verbal and written communication.
Computer literacy with proficiency in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Publisher, PowerPoint, Outlook)
- Master's degree in a related/complementary field (museum studies, education, history, anthropology, or related field of study)
- Specialized knowledge of history as it relates to the Pacific Northwest
Attach to your application a letter of interest explaining how you meet the qualifications of this position and a resume. If you are unable to attach your resume and/or letter of interest, you may inset them into the "resume text" section of the application.
Include three professional references in the "references" section of the application or include them in your resume.
Please carefully follow the above instructions. We are looking for evidence in your application materials that you have the education, experience, skills, and abilities indicated in this job posting, so be sure to attach or insert your letter of interest and resume. The information you provide will be used as a basis for deciding who will be selected for the next step in the process. An incomplete application packet may automatically be disqualified.
Interviews are anticipated to occur the week of February 25, 2019.
Washington State Historical Society is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of age, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity/expression, marital status, race, creed, color, national origin, religion or beliefs, political affiliation, military status, honorably discharged veteran, Vietnam Era, recently separated or other protected veteran status, the presence of any sensory, mental, physical disability or the use of a trained dog guide or service animal by a person with a disability, equal pay or genetic information. Persons requiring accommodation in the application process or this job announcement in an alternative format may contact the Human Resources Office at (253) 798-5901. Applicants who are deaf or hard of hearing may call through Washington Relay Service by dialing 7-1-1 or 1-800-833-6384.
Special Requirements/Conditions of Employment
Ability to lift 30 pounds
Must pass background check
Prior to a new hire, a background check including criminal record history will be conducted. Information from the background check will not necessarily preclude employment but will be considered in determining the applicant's suitability and competence to perform in the position.
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