Marshal Job Description Sample
Armed Safe School Officer – Marshal / Guardian Program
Broward County Public Schools is seeking individuals who are interested in becoming part of the new Armed Safe School Officer – Marshal / Guardian Program.
$17.00 - $22.19 per hour
Responsible for providing security and safety services for the school campus; and protecting the life, and well-being of students, staff, and visitors.
Minimum Qualifications & Experience:
- Standard high school diploma or satisfactory completion of an approved General Educational Development (GED) Testing Program.
- A minimum of two (2) years within the last ten (10) years of experience as a sworn law enforcement officer or corrections officer in "good standing" at time of
employment separation. Two years of prior military experience, including military reserve, with an honorable discharge may be substituted
for law enforcement experience.
Prior experience working with adolescents.
Must be twenty-one years of age.
Submit to and pass an initial drug test and subsequent random drug tests in accordance with the requirements of s.
112.0455 and the sheriff's office.
See attached job description for the full list of qualifications
Successful completion of 132 hours of comprehensive firearm safety and proficiency training conducted by Criminal Justice Standards and training Commission-certified instructors.
Successfully complete at least 12 hours of a certified nationally recognized diversity training program.
Individuals are required to take the 144-hour training will be compensated and be eligible to receive a $500 stipend upon successful completion of the training program and placement.
The Raleigh Convention Center (RCC) is a bustling hub for the culture, commerce, and technologies that make the Triangle one of the most admired and sought-after regions in the United States. Our modern 500,000 square-foot facility includes a stunning granite lobby with dramatic windows and downtown views, an elegant 32,000 square-foot ballroom, and a massive exhibit hall, all with outstanding tech amenities and award-winning culinary delights.
Our Mission is to offer inviting, high-quality gathering places for Raleigh's citizens and visitors with the appropriate amenities and services to make every meeting special. Attracting a wide variety of functions and events, we will highlight the unique culture and growing appeal of the Greater Raleigh area.
We are currently seeking a Dock Marshal to provide exceptional customer service to our customers and clients, and to assist them with access to our facility as they prepare for and close out events. The Dock Marshal is responsible for supervision and oversight of the day-to-day operations of commercial facility ramps, loading docks and loading/unloading of exhibition-related materials. Incumbent is responsible for the strict access control and scheduling/coordination of deliveries to the loading dock. This includes responsibility for the protection, safeguarding, and security of assets, personnel, customers and all visitors in the dock area. The location for this position would be housed at the loading dock entrance of the facility, monitoring all movement in and out of the loading dock.
Anticipated Hiring Range: $31,554 - $33,132 (promotional hiring range may vary)
Duties and Responsibilities
Key responsibilities of the Dock Marshal include:
Support Security Manager with assisting building event managers in all loading dock, and delivery situations
Coordinate deliveries and pickups from suppliers and customers
Coordinate shipping, receiving and packing with accuracy and efficiency
Maintain a clean and uncluttered dock area, and ensuring that no personal vehicles are parked at the loading dock area
Work closely with management and other event staff to continuously improve the flow of activity and products through the dock
Ensure compliance with all relevant work safety rules, policies and regulations
Immediately report any accidents or near misses on the loading dock and dock area to management
Ability to prioritize multiple and/or competing tasks based on business needs
Complete work within deadlines
Perform other duties of a similar nature and level as assigned
Education and Experience
High School Diploma or GED and one year of related experience.
An equivalent combination of education and experience sufficient to successfully perform the essential duties of the job such as those listed above, unless otherwise subject to any other requirements set forth in law or regulation.
Candidates may be required to operate a forklift
Standard practices, methods and materials of assigned work.
Basic filing and record-keeping principles.
Occupational hazards and applicable safety principles and practices.
Uses and properties of supplies and equipment.
Applicable federal, state and local laws, codes, regulations (based on assignment).
Customer service principles.
Specialized equipment relevant to area of assignment.
Modern office technology.
Following directions and meeting standards.
Providing attention to detail in assignments.
Comprehending reference books and manuals.
Operating assigned tools and equipment.
Organizing and maintaining records and files.
Interpreting and applying applicable laws, codes, regulations and standards (based on assignment).
Providing customer service.
Utilizing a computer and relevant software applications.
Utilizing communication and interpersonal skills as applied to interaction with coworkers, supervisors, the general public and others to sufficiently exchange or convey information and to receive work direction.
ADA and Other Requirements:
Positions in this class typically require: standing, walking, fingering, talking, hearing, seeing and repetitive motions.
Exerting up to 20 pounds of force occasionally, and/or up to 10 pounds of force frequently, and/or a negligible amount of force constantly to move objects. If the use of arm and/or leg controls requires exertion of forces greater than that for Sedentary Work, and the worker sits most of the time, the job is rated for Light work.
Work is routinely performed in an indoor, office environment.
This job classification description is intended to be generic in nature. It is not necessarily an exhaustive list of all duties and responsibilities. The essential duties, functions and responsibilities and Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) designation may vary based on the specific tasks assigned to the position.
Deputy City Marshal
The salary listed on this job posting is the starting salary range; amount offered will depend upon qualifications.
For information related to Essential Functions, Knowledge, Skills & Abilities Required to Perform Work, and Working Conditions & Hazards of this position, click here. Locate and click on the position title to view the job classification specification.
For evaluation purposes, acceptable qualifying experience for all positions must have been in a paid capacity unless noted otherwise in the minimum qualifications for the posted position.
Additionally, 30+ hours per week will be counted as full-time employment and will receive full credit for the amount of time employed. A minimum of 15 through 29 work hours per week will be counted as part-time employment and will receive half credit for the amount of time employed.
Vacancies currently available in the following department(s): Court and Detention Services
- High School Diploma or GED.
LICENSE(S) and/or CERTIFICATION(S):
Must have passed the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement (TCOLE) Peace Officer Licensing exam.
Valid driver's license with good driving record.
Must pass an intensive background investigation.
Must pass polygraph, psychological testing and drug screening.
No FELONY or Class A MISDEMEANOR convictions.
No Class B MISDEMEANORS within the last ten (10) years.
Availability to work varying shifts including nights, weekends and holidays.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, ABILITY(IES):
Effective oral and written communication skills.
Basic PC skills.
NOTE: Out of State Applicants – You must have passed the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement (TCOLE) Peace Officer Licensing exam, prior to applying, to be considered eligible to apply for this position. For additional information on this process or to contact the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement for questions, please refer to the following website: https://www.tcole.texas.gov/content/out-state-peace-officers.
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 State Fire Marshal - Public Information & Community Risk Reduction Officer
Washington State Patrol
Prevention Division, Licensing Section
Are you looking for:
- Excellent benefits?
- Career growth opportunities?
- Opportunities to impact your community?
- A professional workplace that fosters respect, commitment and trust?
As an employee of the Washington State Patrol, you will be part of a team of dedicated professionals responsible for providing safety and security to the citizens of the State of Washington.
Troopers patrolling the highways are the most visible part of this agency. However, there are over 1,200 civilian employees who serve behind the scenes supporting the agency mission. To name just a few, we have:
911 dispatchers who are the critical vital link between calls for assistance and emergency response;
Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Officers that work to inspect commercial vehicles to ensure safe and efficient travel on public highways;
Deputy State Fire Marshals who help prevent fires in homes and workplaces;
Forensic Scientists who process evidence that assists in prosecuting criminal cases;
Records staff that process criminal information to ensure crimes are reported accurately so that offenders do not end up working with vulnerable people.
Administrative staff who provide exceptional customer service and respond to information requests while ensuring the agency runs smoothly and efficiently.
Apply today and join us in providing "Service with Humility"!
The Deputy State Fire Marshal in this position is responsible for:
The development and implementation of statewide public education programs that support the statutory mandates of the Fire Protection Bureau (FPB), Licensing Section and overall public safety in the State of Washington.
This position is specifically tasked with the development of programs in support of educating the public, the fire service, law enforcement, and specific industries on the safe use of fireworks through the development and upkeep of the Fireworks Safety and Education campaigns.
Educating the public on the effectiveness of residential fire sprinklers, fire safe cigarette initiatives, and restrictions on the sales of novelty lighters and other statewide fire prevention and safety initiatives.
Development and release of an Annual Report. Report should contain:
Statewide fire fatality data
Other fire incident data
Fireworks caused injuries and fires data
Bureau achievements and work performed by the Divisions and Sections
Works directly with staff in the FPB to obtain the data necessary to prepare the annual report. Develops the graphs, charts and informational material explaining the data presented. Formats the report with graphs, charts, and adds appropriate pictures and other information to describe the data presented.
Serving as the Bureau Public Information Officer (PIO) coordinating, organizing and presenting information at various media events throughout the year. Develops press releases on a regular basis to educate and inform others about fire-related topics.
Producing a quarterly newsletter for the State Fire Marshal's Office. This requires the development of articles, writing and editing of articles, formatting newsletters with the articles adding appropriate pictures and graphics
Serving on the Fire Mobilization Team during the summer months by supporting Emergency Operations Center responsibilities during fire season, and is on call June - October for emergency response call out.
Two years of experience as a fire prevention officer, public educator, or background in marketing
High school diploma or GED equivalent
Valid, unrestricted Washington State Driver's License.
Demonstrated ability to effectively analyze information and communicate decisions and recommendations related to fire and life safety public education.
Organization and time management skills.
Knowledge and ability to apply state adopted fire/building codes, nationally recognized fire protection and fire prevention standards.
Four years of paid or volunteer experience as a fire prevention officer, public educator or background in marketing.
An Associate's degree with a focus on fire prevention/education or comparable education and/or experience in marketing
IFSAC and/or ICC certification as a fire inspector
Special Requirements/Conditions of Employment:
Within one year of employment - at the employer's expense - must complete the following certifications and courses:
- ICC Fire Inspector 1 and 2
- IFSAC Fire Instructor 1
- IFSAC Public Educator 1
The act of submitting application materials electronically is considered affirmation that the information is complete and truthful. The agency will verify this information and any untruthful or misleading answers will be cause for rejection of potential employment.
How to Apply:
Please complete the on-line application process at www.careers.wa.gov. Please include a letter of interest explaining how you meet the required qualifications of the position.
If you have questions regarding this announcement, please contact Melissa Rasmussen at (360) 704-2315 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Polygraph & Background Investigation:
Prior to a hire, a polygraph examination and 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.
Applicants are required to sign release of information forms and will not have access to any investigative materials, files, or results. The Washington State Patrol has strict guidelines relating, but not limited to, personal and employment characteristics, arrests, convictions, and illegal drug usage, etc.
During the polygraph examination, candidates are required to sign an assessment sheet and participate in an oral interview process to verify responses to the Personal Background Evaluation, the Personal History and Background Questionnaire, and a Pre-Employment Interview. Untruthful or misleading answers or omissions will be treated as a falsification which will be cause for rejection of potential employment.
Education verification is part of the selection process. If selected as a top candidate, all position required or applicant specified education must be verified. An accredited degree will be accepted in place of the High School diploma or equivalent. Please do not send these transcripts at the time of application. If you are selected as a top candidate you will be contacted by the Human Resource Division and asked to provide transcripts at the appropriate time.
The applicant must possess (or be able to possess) a current, non-probationary, and non-restricted valid driver's license. History of restrictions on license or driving record due to vehicle operation or control will be considered on a case-by-case basis. Upon hire, must possess a Washington State driver's license and maintain such licensure during employment with the WSP.
Persons with a disability, who need assistance in the application or assessment process, or those needing this announcement in an alternative format, may call (360) 704-2317. Applicants that are deaf or hard of hearing may call through the Washington Relay Service 7-1-1 or 1-800-833-6384.
The Washington State Patrol actively supports diversity in the workplace
and is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Assistant Civilian Fire Marshal
ASSISTANT CIVILIAN FIRE MARSHAL
Full-Time Employment Opportunity
For this position, the City of Sunnyvale:
- contributes 4% of the 7% employee contribution to CalPERS for classic members;
- contributes 2% of an employee's gross pay to a deferred compensation plan, and
- provides fully employer paid: medical, dental, and vision benefits.
Under general direction, serves as technical assistant to the Civilian Fire Marshal interpreting and enforcing the provisions of the fire, building and municipal codes of the city particularly as they pertain to fire and life safety of new construction and fire protection systems; manages the Fire Protection Engineering Unit of the Department of Public Safety; serves as the primary liaison with the design community; prepares and presents public education programs; coordinates and interacts regularly with Hazardous Materials Inspectors and Fire Prevention Specialists; and performs related duties as assigned.
The Assistant Fire Marshal may act as the Civilian Fire Marshal in his/her absence and may be called upon to perform the duties of Fire Protection Engineer I/II and Fire Protection Inspector I/II.
This position involves direct oversight of construction plan review and field inspections related to fire and life safety systems and thus requires a deep understanding of laws, codes and standards regulating these activities. The position requires exercising technical and independent judgment and discretion on numerous and important details, demonstration of strong ethical, professional and service-oriented leadership and interpersonal skills. Administrative and general direction is provided by the Civilian Fire Marshal. This classification is distinguished from the Civilian Fire Marshal classification in that the latter is responsible for overall management of the fire prevention and hazardous materials programs within Public Safety.
Essential Job Functions
(May include, but are not limited to, the following):
Manages the fire and life safety plan review and inspection processes for new construction in commercial, industrial, and residential buildings.
Oversees inspection, testing and maintenance program for fire protection and life safety systems in existing buildings.
Supervises and evaluates assigned staff; oversees work activities, scheduling and program workflow; identifies, develops and implements training designed to support a continuous learning environment.
Participates in the development, implementation and maintenance of unit goals, objectives, policies and procedures.
Recommends and develops proposed work programs and associated budgets.
Provides technical and professional advice to the Civilian Fire Marshal and Deputy Chief on fire prevention matters; represents the Fire Marshal on fire prevention matters with City Council, community organizations, professional groups, and other agencies as necessary.
Conducts reviews of special, complex, or difficult construction plans and associated field inspections to ensure compliance with ordinances, laws, and regulations.
Investigates and resolves complaints regarding fire prevention inspections, citations, and compliance.
Oversees and participates in performing inspections of new construction for facilities using and storing hazardous materials.
Oversees and participates in the investigation and determination of the origin, cause and loss value of fire incidents.
Provides information to the public and employees regarding the storage, use, and disposal of hazardous materials, and other fire and building code requirements.
Provides interpretation and implementation of the City's Fire Code; assists with the research, development, and revision of new codes, standards and policies.
Stays current on the legal and technical developments in the fire protection field; provides input at meetings with local, regional, and state officials regarding the City's positions on items of interest to the City.
Promotes public relations through public education programs; speaks to various civic and professional organizations to promote the goals of the City; meets with industrial and business representatives to promote cooperation and provide information regarding codes and standards; makes presentations and participates in promotional events, demonstrations, and fire and life safety programs.
Plans and directs the work of subordinates.
Develops, prepares, and maintains a variety of reports and correspondence related to the activities of fire prevention and hazardous materials programs.
May assume duties of Civilian Fire Marshal in absence of same.
Position requires sitting, standing, walking on level, uneven and slippery surfaces, reaching, twisting, turning, kneeling, bending, stooping, squatting, crouching, grasping and making repetitive hand movements in the performance of daily duties. Acute hearing is required in both the field and the office. Near vision is required when reading plans, written reports and other documents, and far vision is required when inspecting work sites. The need to lift, carry and push equipment and containers weighing up to 25 pounds is also required. The job duties expose the incumbent to the outdoors, which may include exposure to electrical hazards, chemicals, hazardous materials, skin irritants, fumes, solvents and air contaminants. The nature of the work may also require the incumbent to climb ladders, work in construction zones and heavy traffic conditions. Some of these requirements may be accommodated for otherwise qualified individuals requiring and requesting such accommodations.
Education and Experience:
The minimum qualifications for education and experience can be met in the following way:
Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in engineering, public administration or a related field; AND
Five years of increasingly responsible professional experience in fire protection engineering, code enforcement, or fire protection system plan review, inspection and enforcement, including two years in a supervisory or project management capacity.
Principles, practices and methods of fire loss prevention management.
Applicable federal and state laws, codes, regulations and standards related to fire prevention, fire protection systems and building life safety systems.
Advanced principles and practices of fire investigation.
Methods and procedures to monitor compliance with regulations, codes, and laws.
Fire suppression techniques and equipment.
Principles and practices of storage methods and requirements for hazardous materials.
Record management principles.
Principles and practices of supervision and training.
Methods and techniques of scheduling work assignments.
Principles, practices and techniques of program development, administration and evaluation.
Methods and techniques of public education pertinent to fire prevention and safety.
Principles and practices of local government administration.
Methods and techniques of record keeping and report preparation.
The principles and practices of fire protection as applied to site design and the development and construction of buildings.
The principles and practices of performing and reviewing difficult engineering computations and making comprehensive recommendations on engineering problems.
Comparing hazards, probability of occurrence and consequence to establish risk and rank risks based on the effect to and in the community.
Making rational, logical decisions.
Maintaining accurate and organized records.
Maintaining effective working relationships with others.
Expressing oneself clearly and concisely in writing.
Performing and reviewing difficult engineering computations and making comprehensive recommendations on engineering problems.
Comparing hazards, probability of occurrence and consequence to establish risk and rank risks based on the effect to and in the community.
Making rational, logical decisions.
Maintaining accurate and organized records.
Maintaining effective working relationships with others.
Expressing oneself clearly and concisely in writing.
Demonstrating sound engineering judgment.
Developing and maintaining a high standard of professional conduct and civic responsibility.
Planning and directing the work of subordinates.
Assist in planning, organizing, coordinating and directing the City's Fire Prevention and Hazardous Materials Programs.
Plan organize, manage, direct and evaluate the work of assigned staff.
Develop and coordinate work programs.
Research and analyze operational and technical issues and develop appropriate recommendations for action.
Review complex engineering plans, specifications and calculations.
Interpret, implement, explain and apply applicable laws, codes, regulations standards, policies and procedures.
Perform complex inspections and detect violations of applicable codes and regulations.
Read and interpret codes, regulations, technical reports and building plans.
Develop and maintain accurate record keeping systems.
Operate assigned equipment, including personal computer and a variety of word processing and software programs.
Prepare clear, concise records and reports.
Develop and maintain a high standard of professional conduct and civic responsibility.
Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with those contacted in the course of work, including elected officials, advisory body members, developers, contractors, City staff and the general public.
Ensure that the City's philosophy of customer service is understood by all subordinate employees and carried out in all forms of communication.
Observe safety principles and work in a safe manner.
Educate the public on matters of fire prevention as required.
Communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.
Coordinate and effectively manage all aspects of a multifunctional unit.
Work irregular hours or shifts, and on nights, weekends, holidays, or in emergency situations when needed.
Work outdoors occasionally, in a variety of weather conditions.
Wear a Department-issued uniform.
Possession and continued maintenance of a valid class C California driver's license and a safe driving record.
California Professional Engineer's License in Fire Protection Engineering.
A Master's Degree in engineering, environmental science, public administration or a related field.
Plan Reviewer certification by the California Office of the State Fire Marshal.
Public sector professional experience in fire prevention, plan review, inspection, code enforcement, and/or suppression.
Application and Selection Process
If you are interested in this opportunity, please submit a City of Sunnyvale employment application and responses to the supplemental questions to the Department of Human Resources. The final closing date is 5:00 pm, Thursday, April 18, 2019 (postmarks or faxes are not accepted). Candidates are asked to fully describe any training, education, experience or skills relevant to this position. Electronic applications may be submitted on-line through the City's employment page or application materials may be submitted to: Department of Human Resources, 505 West Olive Avenue, Suite 200, Sunnyvale, CA 94086. Late or incomplete applications will not be accepted.
Applications will be competitively screened based on the minimum qualifications of this position. Based upon a review of the application materials, the most qualified candidates will be invited to participate in the examination process, which may consist of an oral examination and a writing exercise scheduled for Tuesday, May 7, 2019. (Note: The examination process may be changed as deemed necessary by the Director of Human Resources).
Those candidates that receive a passing score on the examination will be placed on an eligibility list for up to one year, in accordance with the City's Civil Service Rules and Administrative Policies. Any candidate that is selected by the hiring department will be required to successfully complete a pre-employment process, which will consist of a thorough background history check, an may consist of a medical exam(s) administered by a City-selected physician(s) before hire. Prior to starting work, all newly-hired employees will be fingerprinted to check conviction history. A conviction history will not necessarily disqualify an applicant from appointment; however, failure to disclose conviction history will result in refusal of employment or termination. Positions which are covered by the Department of Transportation regulations are required to submit to a pre-employment drug test and to random drug and alcohol testing.
INFORMATION ABOUT PROOF OF EDUCATION
Please note: Any successful candidate, selected by the hiring department will be required to submit proof of education (i.e. original copy of the diploma or college/university transcripts).
Positions in this job classification are represented by the Sunnyvale Managers Association (SMA).
The information contained within this announcement may be modified or revoked without notice and does not constitute either an expressed or implied contract.
The City of Sunnyvale is an Equal Opportunity Employer. It is the policy of the City of Sunnyvale not to discriminate against all qualified applicants or employees on the basis of actual or perceived race, religion (including religious dress or grooming practice), color, sex (includes gender, pregnancy, childbirth, medical conditions related to pregnancy or childbirth, breastfeeding or medical conditions related to breastfeeding), gender identity and/or gender expression, sexual orientation (including heterosexuality, homosexuality and bisexuality), ethnic or national origin, ancestry, citizenship status, uniformed service member status, marital status, family relationship, age, cancer or HIV/AIDS related medical condition, genetic characteristics and/or genetic information, and physical or mental disability. Applicants needing special accommodations for testing should submit a request to the Department of Human Resources at time of application.
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
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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 11; $18.07 per hour
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, resume and on-line application 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.
This is an administrative position that serves under the general direction of the Fire Chief. The Fire Marshal is responsible for coordinating, managing, and directing the activities of the Fire Prevention Division. Employee in this position is required to exercise initiative and independent judgment in directing the day-to-day activities of the division.
Supervises all personnel assigned to the Fire Prevention Division. Carries out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the City's policies and applicable laws. Responsibilities include interviewing, hiring, and training employees; planning, assigning, and directing work; appraising performance; rewarding and disciplining employees; investigation of fires, addressing complaints and resolving problems.
Provide administrative support to the Fire Chief in the development, implementation, and monitoring of policies and procedures in related field.Assist the Fire Chief with development of long-range plans and programs for the Fire Prevention Division.
Assist with budget preparation and equipment procurement for assigned areas.
Plan, direct, assign, supervise and review the work of Fire Inspectors and other assigned personnel. Resolve routine personnel matters, referring more complex matters to the Fire Chief.
Supervise the issuance of permits for activities related to fire and life safety.
Supervise and/or conduct plan review of building construction, alteration plans, and fire systems for conformity with fire codes, ordinances and other requirements.
Supervise and/or conduct fire safety inspections to ensure compliance with fire and life safety codes as well as local City Code requirements.
Consult with builders, owners, architects, engineers, and contractors to identify potential problems or violations; discuss and make necessary modifications and/or changes required; ensure corrective action is taken.
Responds to requests for information from the public or media.Address citizens' questions and comments in a courteous and timely manner.
Receive and investigate complaints related to fire hazards or code violations; make recommendations; issue notification; conduct re-inspections.
Conduct an ongoing safety awareness program; give speeches; and make presentations to community, business, private groups, associations or educational institutions.
Participate in in-service training programs.
Maintain appropriate records, files, and reports in accordance with local and State regulations.
Attend and participate in meetings, seminars, workshops, hearings and/or court proceedings as required.
Recommend revisions to fire safety ordinances and codes.
Provide code interpretation for the inspectors, plan examiners, other departments, and outside customers.
Evaluate the performance of assigned personnel utilizing the Fort Myers Employee Evaluation System.
Respond to emergency incidents, as needed.May be used as part of command staff while on scene.
Conduct fire investigations to determine cause and origin.
This position requires regular and reliable attendance and the employee's physical presence at the workplace.
Performs other duties as assigned.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES
Knowledge of general building and facilities inspection procedures.
Knowledge of established local, state, and national fire codes and the ability to interpret and enforce compliance with such codes.
Knowledge of fire safe building and construction activities with demonstrated expertise in fire protection devices, building materials, exit design, plans review, wall ratings, lighting, occupant capacity and chemical or material storage.
Knowledge of principles and practices of effective administration, to include directing. Planning, evaluating, and organizing.
Knowledge of supervisory and management principles and techniques.
Knowledge of occupational hazards of firefighting, and necessary safety precautions, and safety regulations related to the job.
Proficient in the use of word processing, spreadsheet, database and presentation software.
Knowledge of report and record maintenance principles and practices.
Skill in customer service.
Skill in time management, organization, and prioritization.
Skill in the care and safe operation of a variety of fire equipment and chemicals.
Skill in the operation of motorized vehicles under adverse conditions.
Ability to identify operating faults and defects, and take initial precautionary measures.
Ability to evaluate safety and security of facility, employees and clients.
Ability to adapt to performing under frequent deadlines, and/or in response to emergencies.
Ability to organize and review work for efficient results and accuracy.
Ability to manage programs and personnel on and off-site and work cooperatively with regulatory agencies.
Ability to speak clearly and persuasively in positive or negative situations.
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships.
Ability to perform work in varying and adverse weather conditions.
Ability to exercise judgment and make decisions in accordance with established laws, regulations, ordinances, departmental policies and procedures.
Ability to work effectively under stressful conditions.
Ability to think clearly and maintain composure under emergency situations.
Associates degree from an accredited college or university in Fire Science or related field. Experience can be substituted for a degree on a year-for-year basis.
NIMS Compliant – ICS 100, 200, 300, 700, 800
Five years of progressively responsible experience in fire prevention or related work.
Meet the requirements of F.S. 633.34 and F.S. 633.35
Florida State Minimum Standards Firefighter II
Florida State Fire Officer I
A valid FL drivers licenses with an acceptable driving record.
Must possess a valid Florida Fire Safety Inspector II Certification
Must possess a valid Florida Fire Investigator Certification
Bachelor's degree in Fire Science or related field from an accredited college or university
This work typically requires the following physical activities to be performed.
Balancing – maintain equilibrium to prevent falling while walking, standing, or crouching.
Climbing – ascending, descending ladders, stairs, ramps, requires body agility.
Crawling – moving about on hands, knees, or hands, feet.
Crouching – bending body forward by bending leg, spine.
Feeling – perceiving attributes of objects by touch with skin, fingertips.
Fingering – picking, pinching, typing, working with fingers rather than hand.
Grasping – applying pressure to object with fingers, palm.
Handling – picking, holding, or working with whole hand.
Hearing 1 – perceiving sounds at normal speaking levels, receive information.
Hearing 2 – receive detailed information, make discrimination in sound.
Kneeling – bending legs at knee to come to rest at knees.
Lifting – raising objects from lower to higher position, moving objects side to side, using upper extremities, back.
Mental Acuity – ability to make rational decisions through sound logic, deductive reasoning.
Pulling - use upper extremities to exert force, haul or tug.
Pushing – use upper extremities to press against objects with force, or thrust forward, downward, outward.
Reaching – extending hands or arms in any direction.
Repetitive Motion – substantial movements of wrists, hands, fingers.
Speaking – expressing ideas with spoken word, convey detailed, important instructions accurately, concisely.
Standing – for sustained periods of time.
Stooping – bending body downward, forward at waist, with full motion of lower extremities and back.
Talking 1- expressing ideas by spoken word
Talking 2 – shouting to be heard above ambient noise.
Visual Acuity 2 - color, depth perception, field of vision.
Visual Acuity 3 - determine accuracy, neatness, observe facilities/structures.
Visual Acuity 4 - operate motor vehicles/heavy equipment.
Visual Acuity 5 -close acuity for inspection of small defects, machines, use measurement devices, or fabricate parts.
Walking - on foot to accomplish tasks, long distances, or site to site.
Work performed is primarily:
- Heavy work: Exerting up to 100 pounds of force occasionally,
- and/or up to 50 pounds of force frequently, and/or up to 20 pounds of force constantly to move objects
Frequently exposed to adverse weather conditions, including wet and/or humid conditions, moving mechanical parts; high, precarious places; fumes or airborne particles; toxic or caustic chemicals; outside weather conditions; extreme cold; extreme heat; risk of electrical shock; explosives; risk of radiation and vibration.
May be exposed to moving mechanical parts; high, precarious places; smoke inhalation including toxic gases; fumes or airborne particles; toxic or caustic chemicals; extreme heat; risk of electrical shock; explosives; and risk of vibration.
May be required to work hours other than the regular schedule including nights, weekends, and holidays.
Contact with internal and external customers, vendors, outside agencies and the general public.
Works in an office environment and sits for long periods of time.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform the essential job functions satisfactorily. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the primary job functions described herein. Since every duty associated with this position may not be described herein, employees may be required to perform duties not specifically spelled out in the job description, but which may be reasonably considered to be incidental in the performing of their duties just as though they were actually written out in this job description.
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.
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