Marshal Job Description Sample
Deputy City Marshal
About the Position
JULY 2019 ACADEMY
Ron Prewitt firstname.lastname@example.org
Saturday, August 18, 2018 (11am
Las Vegas City Hall
Council Chambers, 2nd Floor
495 S. Main Street, 89101
Parking: City Hall Garage, 500 S. Main Street (2-hour validation at the seminar)
You MUST complete a City of Las Vegas online application by the posted closing date and time.
NATIONAL TESTING NETWORK (Law Enforcement Test)
You MUST self-schedule and take the LAW ENFORCEMENT test with National Testing Network by November 3, 2018. You must score 70% or higher on the Video Section.To schedule your test, select City of Las Vegas under Nevada. We will NOT contact you about taking the test. You should schedule and take the test on your own before the testing deadline. Link to National Testing Network Home Page. If you have any questions about testing with National Testing Network you should contact a representative at (866) 563-3882.
PHYSICAL AGILITY TEST (Invitation Only)
You will only be invited to the Physical Agility Test if you have (1) submitted a complete City of Las Vegas employment application by the filing deadline, (2) met the minimum qualifications for the position, and (3) passed the LAW ENFORCEMENT test through the National Testing Network with a score of 70% or higher on the video portion of the test.
Those invited to the physical agility test will contacted by email.
The Nevada Administrative Code Section 289.200 sets the physical fitness standards required for a law enforcement recruit. These standards must be achieved to successfully complete an academy. The City of Las Vegas uses these standards to test applicants for the position of Deputy City Marshal. This is a PASS or FAIL test. Failing any one of the standards is considered a failure for the entire test.
City of Las Vegas Testing Standards: (watch video)
- Vertical Jump
- 15 inches
Agility Run – 19.5 seconds
Sit Ups – 30 qualifying sit-ups in 60 seconds
Push Ups – 23 qualifying push-ups (no time limit; but any rest is in the up position)
300 Meter Run – 68 seconds
1.5 Mile Run – 16 minutes, 57 seconds
Applicants who pass the physical agility test will undergo a thorough criminal background investigation which will include a background interview. You will receive more information on this process at your physical agility test.
Candidates should expect a very competitive background process with only a percentage of candidates moving forward to polygraphs.
The polygraph is by invitation only. Completing the background interview DOES NOT guarantee that you will move on to the polygraph. A polygraph, popularly referred to as a lie detector, measures and records several physiological indices such as blood pressure, pulse, respiration, and skin conductivity while the candidate is asked and answers a series of questions. If you are scheduled for a polygraph, you will be contacted by our Internal Affairs Division.
PSYCHOLOGICAL SUITABILITY ASSESSMENT
The Psychological Suitability Assessment is by invitation only and begins with a written psychological assessment. The written assessment typically takes 4-5 hours to complete. Before leaving the test site applicants are scheduled for a 30 minute interview with the psychologist for some time that week. Every effort will be made to schedule the interview the day after the exam for out of state applicants. Applicants should prepare to be flexible with their calendar for the days following the written assessment to accommodate the interview.
Candidates who are selected to take the Psychological Suitability Assessment will be considered for selection at the Command Hiring Meeting. Academy selections are very competitive and based on candidate overall background evaluations and the number of vacancies at that time. There are always more qualified candidates than we have vacancies.
Any individual offered employment will be required to pass a (1) pre-academy physical agility test, (2) hair drug test, (3) fingerprint background check, (4) medical fitness examination, (5) and education & employment verification.
EXAMPLE OF DUTIES
See Job Description
Experience. One year of work experience (does NOT have to be law enforcement).
Education. High school diploma or equivalent to graduation from high school date of application.
License. Appropriate valid driver's license date of application and maintenance thereafter.
Age. Be at least 21 years of age at the time of job offer.
Citizenship. Be a United States citizen at time of job offer.
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Special to this classification pursuant to NAC 289.110
Have no conviction of a felony in the state of Nevada, or any offense which would be considered a felony if committed in the state of Nevada.
Have no conviction of any crime for which you were required to register and/or a misdemeanor crime of domestic violence including use or attempted use of physical force.
Have no conviction of unlawful use, sale, or possession of a control substance.
Department Hiring Standards
No convictions with the past 12 months, including DUI.
Drug use (including marijuana and steroids) may be disqualifying.
Two or more alcohol related incidents in the past 48 months is disqualifying.
Suspensions, revocations or cancelations of driver's license within the last three years will be reviewed on an individual basis.
Separation from any branch of the United States Armed Forces under less than "honorable" conditions, or separation honorably from the Armed Forces for reasons of unsuitability or misconduct is disqualifying.
Any active warrant at the time of background interview is disqualifying.
Decertification from any law enforcement agency is disqualifying.
Termination for cause by another criminal justice agency is disqualifying.
Any misrepresentations, either intentionally or unintentionally, will be grounds for disqualification.
Department Personal Appearance Standards (Including Tattoos & Branding)
While on duty, and/or representing the City of Las Vegas, uniformed or otherwise, all department employees will be neat and clean in their appearance in public.
Employees are prohibited from attaching, affixing, or displaying objects, articles or jewelry on or through the nose, tongue, eyebrow, or other exposed body part, except females are allowed one post or stud earring per ear, while on duty.
All employees are prohibited from stretching or "gauging" their earlobes.
Any jewelry implants will not be exposed or visible while on duty.
Tattoos or branding will not be exposed or visible while on duty and/or representing the City of Las Vegas or the Department. Such markings must be covered by clothing and may NOT be covered by make-up or bandages.
Tattoos or branding anywhere on the body that promote racism/discrimination, indecency, extremist or supremacist philosophies, lawlessness, violence, or contain sexually explicit material are prohibited.
Complete list of Department Hiring Standards
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES
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State Fire Marshal - Cabinet Agency Director
The State of Nebraska is seeking an experienced executive to lead one of the State of Nebraska's premier public safety agencies, the State Fire Marshal Agency. The Agency's mission is to preserve life and property through fire prevention, education, and enforcement.
Pay commensurate with applicant's education and experience, if approved.
246 S 14th Street Lincoln NE
Examples of Work
As Director for the agency, the State Fire Marshal oversees the operations of the department including the supervision of 65 teammates providing fire safety inspection, fire investigations, emergency responder training, and regulatory enforcement. As an Agency Director, the State Fire Marshal serves on the Governor's cabinet and contributes to policy development with input from community and political leaders.
The ideal candidate will have experience leading change with demonstrated ability to improve the effectiveness, efficiency, and customer focus of organizations. This position serves at the pleasure of the Governor and is subject to legislative confirmation.
Interested applicants are asked to email their resume to the Governor's Office at email@example.com with the subject: Fire Marshal.
Qualifications / Requirements
PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: 10 + years of management, Public Sector Life Safety experience, Bachelor's degree, & Basic Lean-Six Sigma.
City Marshal - TE
OPEN UNTIL FILLED:
Under direction of the Chief Marshal, to perform a variety of duties involved in performing law enforcement-related functions in facility security, transports, and arrests.
This position exercises no supervision.
Examples of Duties
Execute all lawful service, including: arrest warrants, subpoenas, and mental health commitments.
The safe transportation of all prisoners, inmates, and mental health clients.
Exercise authority in preventing or defusing potentially violent situations involving court personnel, the mentally ill, and others.
Communicate with Abilene Police Department personnel, Taylor County Jail personnel, Legal Department staff, attorneys, other court staff members, to obtain and disburse information necessary to court operations, transports, and arrests.
Enter, retrieve, and interpret all types of data.
Perform fundamental tasks associated with service or process including telephone calls to defendants and others, verifying identifying information, addresses and other identifying documents, etc.
Attend all court sessions in both City Hall and Taylor County Jail to assist judge, record document dispositions, maintain order, and direct defendants, jurors, and witnesses. This involves:
Legibly hand-writing log entries, forms, etc.
Transporting documents, cash, or persons to and from the court office, jail, and the Taylor County Law Enforcement Center, or other facilities throughout the state.
OTHER JOB RELATED DUTIES
Perform other job related duties and responsibilities as assigned.
Law enforcement methods, practices, and pertinent laws.
Office practices, methods, and computer equipment.
English language including spelling, vocabulary, grammar, and punctuation
Safely operate a motor vehicle.
Maintain order and safety in various situations.
Operate office and police equipment, including computer equipment.
Cope with situations firmly, courteously, tactfully, and with respect for others.
Understand and follow oral and written instructions.
Maintain records and files; assemble and organize data, and prepare logs.
Communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing.
Safely and effectively transport detainees or mental health clients.
Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with those contacted in the course of work, both internally and externally.
Follow and embrace the City of Abilene Core Values – Respect, Integrity, Service Above Self, and Excellence in All We Do.
Experience and Training Guidelines:
Any combination equivalent to experience and training to provide the required knowledge, skills, and abilities may be qualifying. Knowledge, skills, and abilities may be obtained through:
A minimum of two (2) years of prior law enforcement experience is preferred.
Some knowledge of security and court operations is preferred.
A high school diploma or GED and the completion of approved Texas Basic Peace Officer Academy are required.
License or Certificate:
At minimum, must have a Texas Basic Peace Officer License.
A valid Texas Driver's License is required.
Ability of be on call and travel throughout the state of Texas.
Safely and effectively maintain custody or transport detainees or mental health clients to various locations and facilities.
Must be available for on call duty in order to respond to operational needs and/or to respond to emergencies or immediate transports.
Ability to run, stoop, bend, kneel, and twist.
Ability to lift and carry up to 30 pounds.
City of Abilene Core Values
Demonstrating through our actions that we hold ourselves and our citizens in high enough regard to do what we say we will do, in the timeframe we commit to.
Recognizing that everyone has dignity and deserves helpful, courteous, and prompt attention.
Consistently doing what is necessary, expected, and required, and when able to do so, exceeding expectations.
Possessing an unwavering commitment to doing the right things right.
Consistently adhering to high professional and ethical standards.
Keeping commitments to our citizens, co-workers, and others.
Service Above Self
Being open and approachable to council members, citizens, and our fellow employees at all times.
Treating our customers like we would like to be treated.
Fostering a servant's heart in ourselves and each other by conscientiously doing what is best for the community in all cases.
Passionately committed to serving others.
Helping to make our citizens' lives better.
Finding ways to say yes.
Excellence in All We Do
Delivering on promises made, taking personal responsibility for achieving community-minded goals.
Leading by example, recognizing the importance of working together to meet everyone's needs, treating everyone with courtesy, dignity, and respect.
Sharing resources and information freely.
Communicating regularly and honestly with council members, citizens, and employees.
Having a can-do attitude.
Deputy Fire Marshal II (Part Time)
Deputy Fire Marshal II, Part-time
The City of Alexandria is located in Northern Virginia and is bordered by the District of Columbia (Potomac River), Arlington and Fairfax counties. With a population of approximately 150,000 and a land area of 15.75 square miles, Alexandria is the seventh largest city in the Commonwealth of Virginia. Alexandria has a charming waterfront and is a unique and historic place to live and work. About one-quarter of the City's square miles have been designated as a national or local historic district. We proudly embrace our rich history and seize the endless opportunities that lie ahead. If you are interested in working for the vibrant City of Alexandria, we invite qualified candidates to apply for our Deputy Fire Marshal II, Part-Time position.
Our work is driven by our 4 Guiding Principles:
Aligning the work we do with our strategic plan
Executing against our strategy and ensuring accountability for our results
Promoting and encouraging a culture of leadership and ownership at all levels of the organization
Promoting a culture of service excellence, creativity and entrepreneurship
A Deputy Fire Marshal II performs advanced and detailed inspections and related work. An incumbent in this class conduct inspections of complex industrial and commercial facilities that are used in the storage and handling of hazardous materials. This work requires conducting advanced, in-depth inspections to ensure compliance with Federal, State and local regulations. Tasks are performed under the general supervision of a Chief Deputy Fire Marshal.
What You Should Bring
How well is your knowledge of materials, methods regarding the Virginia Statewide Fire Prevention Code? Can you solve complex problems and think critically to identify strengths and weaknesses of alternative solution?
We are seeking an individual who possesses the knowledge, skills and abilities to provide exceptional customer service, adhere to the strictest standards of public safety and all pertinent fire prevention codes. We are seeking an individual who maintains inspection reports and follow-up and follow-through closure. The ideal candidate should possess the ability to work on activities that include practical, hands-on problems and solutions. If you enjoy working outside, work closely with others in a team environment and have excellent communication skills to talk or work with customers on a daily basis then we encourage you to apply.
The Opportunity- Examples of Work
Performs Fire Prevention Inspections of regulated operations to include preparing notices and performing follow-up inspections to ensure compliance;
Responds to calls for assistance from fire and police for fire code related issues;
Maintains training and certifications requirements;
Conducts comprehensive and in depth inspections of high hazard class occupancies;
Prepares detailed written reports of inspections;
Serves Notices of Violations;
Testifies in a Court of Law relating to code violations;
Attends civic and community events to educate the public on code and fire safety issues;
Enforcement of the Virginia Statewide Fire Prevention Code as adopted and amended by the City of Alexandria;
Attends and fully participates in special inspection meetings among City Staff, site personnel and design personnel;
Coordinates research to gather technical and statistical data necessary to develop and support code charges which impact on City operations, and recommends changes to procedures and policies;
Establishes a follow-up system to monitor and ensure that hold-over items are revisited for compliance;
Performs administrative tasks;
Performs related work as required.
About the Department
"Dedicated to our Community, Our Profession and Each Other"
The Alexandria Fire Department provides fire, emergency medical services, and special operations such as technical rescue, hazardous materials and marine response operations with additional capabilities including fire prevention, inspections, protection and investigation to a 15 square mile city. The Alexandria Fire Department employs more than 290 personnel, which include firefighters, paramedics, fire prevention staff and administrative support. A network of ten stations protects 15 square miles. Among the department's specialized teams are the Northern Virginia Regional Hazardous Materials Team, Technical Rescue, Marine Operations and the Special Operations Team. The Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Management is also a city-wide function within the Alexandria Fire Department. Minimum & Additional Requirements
High School Diploma or GED; some knowledge of fire inspection practices with the ability to recognize and define fire hazards and causes, and to recommend effective remedial measures; some knowledge of the Uniform Statewide Building Code, and the Virginia Statewide Fire Prevention Code and the City ordinances that relate to fire prevention and nuisance activities; some understanding of responsibilities associated with Building and Fire Code procedures; some knowledge of fire protection and related laws; ability to successfully complete the minimum standard training required by the Commonwealth of Virginia for fire marshals, and to successfully complete the minimum standard training requirements adopted for this position by the Alexandria Fire Department; ability to deal tactfully and effectively with the general public; ability to communicate clearly and effectively, both orally and in writing; and, the ability to understand and carry out complex oral and written instructions. Some experience in at least one of the following areas: fire protection, firefighting, electrical, building, plumbing or mechanical trades; or any equivalent combination of experience and training which provides the required knowledge, skills, and abilities.
Four Year College Degree; Virginia law enforcement certification with previous law enforcement experience. Fire Inspector 1031 certification with previous fire inspection experience. Fire Investigator 1033 certification with previous fire and explosion investigation experience. Property maintenance inspector certification with previous property maintenance inspection experience.
Municipal Court Marshal
THE JOB THE CITY OF HENDERSON ANNOUNCES AN EXAMINATION TO CREATE AN ELIGIBILITY LISTFOR THE CLASSIFICATION OF MUNICIPAL COURT MARSHAL.
THE ELIGIBILITY LIST MAY BE UTILIZED TO FILL VACANCIES FOR THIS CLASSIFICATION FOR UP TOONE (1) YEAR.
NOTE: Thisposition offers a four (4) day work week, Police & Fire PERS, and a monthly uniform allowance.
Under general supervision, performs law enforcement functions associated with the operations of the City of Henderson Municipal Court to include the protection of individuals accessing the Court, building perimeter protection/security, courtroom security/functions, and field services; and performs related duties as required.
Click here to view a complete copy of the job descriptionand physical requirements . MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS Graduation from high school or the equivalent Three (3) years of experience as a full time commissioned law enforcement officer Must possess a current Nevada Peace Officer Standard Training (P.O.S.T.) Category II certificate at the time of appointment, Category I certificate is preferred According to NAC 289.110:
A person may not be appointed to perform duties of a peace officer if he or she has: been convicted of a felony in this state or of any offense which would be a felony if committed in this State; been convicted of an offense involving moral turpitude or the unlawful use, sale or possession of a controlled substance; or a documented history of physical violence Must possess and maintain a valid Nevada or "border state" driver's license as defined by NRS 483 REQUIRED DOCUMENTS/ASSESSMENT INFORMATION DOCUMENTS REQUIRED AT THE TIME OF APPLICATION : 1) Completed Employment Application 2) Completed Supplemental Questionnaire 3) Current Nevada POST Category II (or Category I) Certificate ( must be scanned and attached to the on line application ) 4) Completed Henderson Municipal Court Preliminary Background Questionnaire (HMCPBQ) Click here to access the HMCPBQ ( must be scanned and attached to the on-line application ) PLEASE NOTE:THE REQUIRED DOCUMENTS MUST BE ATTACHED TO THE APPLICATION.FOR DIRECTIONS ON ATTACHING A DOCUMENT TO AN ON-LINE APPLICATION CLICK HERE: ( Attachment Directions). ASSESSMENT DATES : Written Examination (Weighted 40 Thursday, October 11, 2018 (Most Qualified Candidates) Oral Review Board (Weighted 60 Tuesday, October 23, 2018 (Top Scoring Candidates) Selection Interview Thursday, October 25, 2018 (Top Scoring Candidates) IMPORTANT INFORMATION ON SCHEDULING ASSESSMENTS If you are invited to participate in the assessment process, you will be required to self-schedule through the City of Henderson on-line application system.
Please check your e-mail on a regular basis after submitting your application for complete instructions, which include where and when to report.
The assessment and selection process for this position will take place on the dates listed above.
All candidates who wish to be considered for this position will need to be in Henderson, Nevada, and make themselves available to participate in the testing process at any time on any of the dates listed above.
SELECTION PROCESS The selection process will begin with an employment application package screening, with the best qualified candidates being invited to participate further in the assessment process.This process may include any combination of written, performance, and oral assessments to evaluate job-related education, experience, knowledge, skills, and abilities.
It is the responsibility of candidates with a disability requiring accommodation in the assessment process to contact the Human Resources Department in writing to request such accommodation prior to the closing date of this recruitment.
IMPORTANT : Appointment may be subject to the successful completion of a post offer pre-employment background investigation, polygraph examination, medical/physical examination, drug and alcohol test.
Please see the job description to view the physical requirements of the job . As part of the background investigation, all claims of education and experience made in the employment application process, as well as other information submitted, will be verified.
NOTE: The City reserves the right to modify selection devices and test instruments in accordance with accepted legal, ethical, and professional standards.
The selection process should be completed within four (4) months of the closing date.
Candidates may reapply when there is a vacancy and a posting to establish an eligibility list.
Some candidates may be disqualified indefinitely due to the results of their background investigation.
Closing Date/Time: 10/8/2018 5:30 PM Pacific
Responsible for the development and implementation of all fire and life safety programs in accordance with NYS fire & Building Code, NFPA standards and OSHA safety and health regulations throughout the Institution. Act as Code Coordinator as per Title 19 NYCRR Part 1204.
Follow up on complaints related to fire safety & life safety and make appropriate recommendations and advise departments of same. Conduct training in personal safety, fire safety, evacuation, extinguishment, Hospital fire procedure. Conduct building inspections for compliance with life safety and fire codes, investigate and respond to chemical spills, noxious odors, fire alarms and drills, alarm tests and maintain records thereof.
Facilitate and supervise maintenance of fire protection systems & equipment. Coordinate annual inspections from Office of Fire Prevention & Control, Dormitory Authority and insurance companies. Facilitate corrective actions and prepare reports.
Issue Burning and Breach permits. Other duties as assigned.
Associate's degree and 3 years full-time experience in Fire Science, or Bachelor's in Fire Protection/Health & Safety or related field plus 1 year fire safety experience. Candidate must have NYS Codes Enforcement Certificate, or be eligible to attain certification within the first year of employment, and have knowledge, training and experience in NFPA Codes and Standards, Life Safety Code, fire alarm and fire protection systems, fire service administration, code enforcement, and emergency response.
Mon-Fri, 7:30a-4:00p, On call and overtime based on departmental needs
Management, Professional & Information Technology
Job Open Date
Job Close Date
Open Until Filled
Deputy Judicial Marshal
Deputy Judicial Marshal
This is responsible work involved in providing for the safety and security of judges and justices, court staff, jurors, witnesses, other court participants, and the general public. Deputy Judicial Marshals work in an environment often charged with intense emotion and conflict and must be able to move quickly and effectively from observation of routine activity to direct physical contact and confrontation. The assigned sergeant provides daily on-site direction. The presiding judge/justice provides direction during the course of legal proceedings. Deputy Judicial Marshals provide the first line of defense for the court system when assigned to the duties of entry screening. Must be able to travel and work in different locations within the state with minimum notice; night and weekend assignments are possible.
Essential Job Functions:*
Serves as judicial marshal for the Court, undertaking security arrangements for each court day and session as needed. During court proceedings, remains strategically stationed, alert, and responsive to any security risk.
Observes all persons entering the courtroom, their movement, and their activities.
Limits access to the bench and other restricted areas.
Assists within the courtroom with the orderly flow of paperwork between the judge/justice, clerks office, defendants, and other participants. Assists with the movement of evidence as requested.
Patrols and maintains a presence in public areas of court facilities as assigned.
In Superior Court, assumes additional role of providing general security for jury pools, jurors, and witnesses as required.
Responds to any security risk as appropriate.
Performs daily security checks of the court facility, which includes courtrooms, clerks offices, chambers, and support spaces such as conference rooms, restrooms, public and private circulation space, etc.
Prepares the courtroom for trial, including monitoring lighting, adjusting environmental controls, checking audio and video equipment, providing fresh water, and checking that adequate forms and other supplies are available.
Checks and tests alarm systems; monitors electronic consoles when assigned.
Maintains Courthouse Emergency Plans in primary assignment location, including the plans for detention area security, where applicable.
Assists for emergency disaster planning and evacuations.
Directs persons to building locations and provides information on court schedules and proceedings as authorized.
Ensures that all parties are present and ready prior to the entrance of the presiding judge/justice into the courtroom.
Announces the opening, recess, and closing of each court session.
Enforces proper courtroom decorum, including seating arrangements, as directed by policy and/or the presiding judge/justice.
Conducts entry screening as required based on Judicial Branch policy and/or direction of supervisor.
Participates in high risk trial planning and scheduling, threat assessment, and special details as required.
Assumes brief interim custody of a person at the direction of the judge/justice for prompt transfer to the proper custodial officials only when absolutely necessary.
Escorts defendants to the Clerks area for fine payment or form processing.
Assists in providing bank escorts, transports files, records, evidence, etc., as requested by court staff.
Completes tasks as assigned related to court process related projects as approved and assigned by the Office of Judicial Marshal Services.
Works on special projects as assigned (e.g., record checks, threat analysis, etc.).
Assists court clerk with administrative tasks when security responsibilities are not compromised.
Locates and verifies the status of arrest warrants and files.
Places an offender in custody when a court order or state law is violated in the presence of the Deputy Judicial Marshal.
Writes and files incident case reports, arrest reports, etc., for each case handled during the shift.
Conducts routine courthouse safety inspections.
Maintains all issued equipment at an approved level of serviceability.
Assists all court personnel with security issues as needed.
Other Duties and Responsibilities:
- Performs other duties as required.
The above list is intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by employees in this classification. A position may not be assigned all the duties listed, nor do the listed examples include all the duties that may be assigned.
Minimum Education/Skills/Experience/Training Required to be Considered for Employment:
Graduation from high school (or GED).
Have successfully completed the Maine Criminal Justice Academy Pre-Service Law Enforcement Training program.
Ability to communicate orally, clearly, and concisely.
Ability to understand and follow oral and written communications.
Ability to interact effectively with judges/justices, other court staff, attorneys, and the general public in a variety of situations and circumstances.
Ability to remain composed in stressful situations; ability to react quickly and appropriately; and ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with other law enforcement agencies and members of the public.
Knowledge of and ability to effectively use crisis interaction skills.
Knowledge of and ability to use restraint and defensive tactics.
Ability to conform to all rules, regulations, policies, and procedures of the Office of Judicial Marshals, including such policies and procedures regarding infectious disease exposure control.
Ability to walk, sit and/or stand for extended periods throughout the day; ability to concentrate and apply other cognitive, intellectual, and mental functions, and ability to address and handle a wide variety of human relations issues.
Physical and mental ability to oversee the safety of all participants during the court process and ability to react quickly to any emergency.
Physical ability to respond quickly from a sedentary position to emergency situations that may involve intense physical activity. This activity may include physical restraint or defensive physical maneuvers.
Successfully complete the required application process. The application process includes submission of required fingerprint cards and authorization for rigorous background check and reference checks, including verification of education, experience, and criminal and motor vehicle record checks.
Must be eligible to obtain a Maine driver's license.
Preferred Education/Skills/Experience/Training to be Considered for Employment:
Have qualified with an Agency issued firearm in accordance with Agency Policy and Maine Criminal Justice Academy standards.
Have and maintain certification in Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR).
Additional Skills/Experience/Training Required to Adequately Perform Job Duties:
Successfully complete a post-offer medical and psychological review.
Be eligible for certification as a Judicial Marshal through the Maine Criminal Justice Academy or successfully complete the Basic Maine Judicial Marshals Training Program within one year of employment.
Have qualified with an Agency issued firearm in accordance with Agency Policy and Maine Criminal Justice Academy standards.
Have and maintain certification in Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR).
Ability to handle sensitive and confidential information discretely.
Knowledge and ability to operate security devices, alarm systems, and communication equipment.
Knowledge of Courthouse Emergency Plans in all assigned court locations, including the plans for detention area security, where applicable.
Knowledge of court procedures, legal documents, and legal processes.
Maintain certification as a Judicial Marshal through the Maine Criminal Justice Academy.
Tools And Equipment Used:
- Personal computer, including word processing and specialized software, law enforcement radio, telephone, calculator, fax machine, copy machine, firearm, handcuffs, metal detector, x-ray screening machine, and first aid equipment.
Physical and Mental Demands: (included but not limited to)
Physical and mental ability to perform tasks in an office or courtroom environment requiring frequent and/or sustained periods of standing, sitting, walking; bending; reaching above or below desk level. Vision, dexterity, coordination and cognitive ability sufficient to use telephone, keyboard, computer and other office systems and equipment efficiently. Cognitive, intellectual and mental ability to concentrate on details and/or perform more than one complex task at a time and to handle diverse pressures related to requests and needs of those using court system services. Physical and mental ability to oversee the safety of all participants during the court process and able to react quickly to any emergency. Cognitive and mental ability to work and communicate effectively with co-workers and all levels of court personnel.
Incumbents shall submit to a licensed physicians physical evaluation every two years, which may include sight and hearing evaluations. The evaluation will determine the physical compatibility of the officer and the requirements outlined in this document.
Lifting: 25 - 50 pounds with proper body mechanics
Twisting: Infrequent: 1 - 120 per day
Bending: Infrequent: 1 - 120 per day
Squat / kneel: Infrequent: not continuous
Agility: Be able to react quickly with intense physical motion from a stationary position to physically restrain an
individual or to engage in defensive physical contact with an aggressive individual. Be able to lift or move
an individual from a position of danger to one of safety.
Vision: 20 / 20 corrected
Visual Depth: Minimum depth perception requirement
Hearing: Ability to hear a whispered voice at 3 - 8 feet
Color Discrim: Discriminate between red, green, and white
- External and internal applicants, as well as position incumbents who become disabled as defined under the Americans with Disabilities Act, must be able to perform the essential job functions either unaided or with assistance of a reasonable accommodation, to be determined based on individual assessment.
Grade 10; $16.81 per hour
Grade 11; $18.07 per hour, effective 4/1/19
80 hours bi-weekly/plus generous fringe benefits. These include: a defined benefit pension plan; paid life insurance; health, dental and vision plans; flexible spending arrangements; paid holidays, vacation and sick leave; employee assistance program; tuition reimbursement; child and elder care reimbursement; gym reimbursement program; and 457(b) deferred compensation plan.
This posting will remain open until filled. Cover letter and resume required.
Please note only on-line applications will be accepted: http://www.courts.maine.gov/jobs/jobs.html
The Judicial Branch is an EEO/AA employer.
Deputy City Marshal
The City of Fort Worth is seeking candidates for our Deputy City Marshal position. You will be responsible for ensuring the physical security of the City of Fort Worth's Municipal Courts. You will also be responsible for affecting arrests, transporting prisoners and enforcing traffic law in accordance with state law and department policies.
Deputy City Marshal job duties include:
Transport prisoners to and from surrounding jurisdictions; ensures proper restraint of prisoners during transportation
Enforce various traffic, water or boating ordinances; issues citations as required.
Serve as court bailiff in assigned court and perform related duties; Ensures the safety and security of the courtroom and trial participants at all times
Detain and investigate persons suspected of violating certain court orders; obtains detailed information from suspect
Escort defendants, witnesses and the public to assigned areas during trials. Inspects packages entering courtroom for weapons or explosives and monitors persons entering court for possible possession of weapons
Minimum job requirements include:
High School Diploma/GED.
At least two years of experience in a law enforcement related field, or security of governmental buildings/structures, or active duty military police experience.
Possession of a valid driver's license.
Possession of a valid Texas Peace Officer's license.
Work Conditions include:
Environmental Conditions: Field environment, courtroom environment, travel from site to site; exposure to potentially hostile environments.
Physical Conditions: Essential and marginal functions require maintaining physical condition necessary to function as a peace officer and sitting, walking, and standing for prolonged periods of time; moderate or light lifting; operating motorized equipment and vehicles; the ability to discharge a firearm.
Applicants for this position must pass a Criminal Justice Information Systems (CJIS) fingerprint-based background check and maintain CJIS eligibility. Due to CJIS requirements related to system access, the following will result in being disqualified for this position: Felony Convictions, Felony Deferred Adjudication, Class A Misdemeanor Conviction, Class B Misdemeanor Convictions in the last 10 years, Class A Misdemeanor Deferred Adjudication, Class B Misdemeanor Deferred Adjudication in the last 10 years, an Open Arrest for Any Criminal Offense (Felony or Misdemeanor), and ALL Family Violence Convictions regardless of class.
Golf Course Marshal
Do you enjoy the sport of golf and providing customer service to others? We are looking for a Golf Course Marshal/Ranger at one of our communities to assist and keep the playing pace up so golfers don't have to wait long periods of time between shots.
As a Golf Course Marshal/Ranger, you'll patrol the course to ensure the pace of play is kept up. You'll assist and answer golfers' questions or concerns, and report any maintenance issues and emergencies to the maintenance department as needed.
Monitor the pace of play and reduce distractions.
Ensure all residents and guests adhere to the golf course dress code.
Locate and protect errant golf balls.
Promote safety and enjoyment of the spectators.
Set up the course in the morning.
Fill divots with seed mixture and fix ball marks on the greens.
Communicate with residents and guests of the golf course in a friendly and courteous manner.
Market the golf course, memberships and special rates to the daily fee players.
Other duties as assigned.
High School Diploma or GED
Excellent customer service and communication skills
Basic computer proficiency including the ability to use email and internet
At Sun Communities, you will be part of an industry-leading organization where you will be challenged, inspired, rewarded and transformed. We place a high priority on our team members, and this is a big part of what sets us apart. We will ask you to give us your very best every day, and will challenge you with interesting work, stretch assignments, a collaborative and supportive work environment and plenty of learning and growth. In exchange, we will reward you with great pay, advancement opportunities, cool perks, and flexibility.
Online access to view and update personal information, review paystubs, annual W2s, and more
Participation in company-wide SunRewards program
Team Member Perks & Discounts program with hundreds of discounts on things like travel, merchandise, mobile phone service, and more
Access to hundreds of online learning modules via Sun University
Golf Marshal (Part Time)
Pebble Beach Company
Stunningly situated on Californias Monterey Peninsula, Pebble Beach Resorts is renowned the world over as a legendary place. For almost a century, we have offered our rich tradition of unparalleled accommodations, warm hospitality, expert service and spectacular recreation. Come enjoy a truly incredible experience, all in one spectacular corner of the world.
Attend to the varied needs of the players once they are out on the golf course. Ensure play moves along at a reasonable pace and diplomatically enforce course rules and golf etiquette. Extensive knowledge of golf is required.
Excellent communication skills
Customer service experience
Current CPR & First Aid certification is strongly recommended
High school diploma or equivalent and must be 18 years of age or older
Ability to sit for long periods of time. Regularly lift and/or move up to 10 pounds. Regularly drive golf cart wherein foot controls are used as well as repetitive hand use.
We are proud to be an EEO/AA employer M/F/D/V. We maintain a drug-free workplace and perform pre-employment substance abuse testing.
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