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Contact Information: (727) 938-3711, 324 East Pine St, Fax (727) 942-5621

Human Resources is a customer oriented team dedicated to providing personnel services for the City and supporting the City of Tarpon Springs’ mission and vision. Email HR: HR2@ctsfl.us Employee Benefits Application for Employment Ethics, Fraud & Whistleblower Protection Policy

CURRENT OPENINGS UPDATED NOVEMBER 6, 2019

Position: WASTEWATER COLLECTION TECHNICIAN II Department: WASTEWATER TREATMENT FACILITY Annual Salary: $35,012 - $56,405 D.O.Q. Closing Date: OPEN UNTIL FILLED Description/Requirements: Under supervision, performs skilled and semi-skilled work to support the daily operations of the City’s wastewater collection system, including the installation, maintenance and repair of wastewater system components in the field or treatment facility. Provides leadership and limited supervision of subordinate division personnel as assigned. Works productively with staff for efficient and compliant operations. Assists in other functions as assigned. Education: Required— High School Diploma or GED equivalency. Preferred—Associate’s or higher degree in chemistry, biology or related field. Vocational/specialized training in the area of wastewater utility operations. Prior Wastewater or Water operations experience or coursework. Experience: Required—at least 3 years of experience in public wastewater systems maintenance and repair. Preferred—Prior supervisory experience. Licensure/Certification: Must possess and maintain a valid Florida Driver’s License. Florida minimum Level “B” Wastewater Collection Certification is required. Class “B” (CDL) License with Air Brake Endorsement and Tanker Endorsement required within 180 of employment, depending on area of assignment. Position: FOOD & BEVERAGE ATTENDANT – PART TIME Department: PUBLIC SERVICES – TARPON SPRINGS MUNICIPAL GOLF COURSE Hourly Starting Rate: $8.46 Closing Date: OPEN UNTIL FILLED Description/Requirements: Serves food and beverages, operates cash register, maintains inventory, sets up and maintains dining area and greets customers in a courteous manner. Successful candidate must have a High School diploma or GED equivalency with at least six months of food and beverage experience; six to twelve months of cash handling and food and beverage service preferred. Prior Golf Course experience is a plus but not required. An equivalent combination of training and experience may be substituted for the above requirements. Must be able to work irregular hours including weekends and holidays. Position: DEVELOPMENT INSPECTOR IV Department: BUILDING DEVELOPMENT Annual Salary Range: $46,919 - $75,587 D.O.Q. Closing Date: UNTIL FILLED Description/Requirements: Full-time hourly position that reports to the Building Official or designee. Performs responsible inspection work in connection with enforcing the Florida Building Code, codes and ordinances of the City, applicable state laws and statutes regulating building construction and related activities. In addition, 1 & 2 Family Dwelling inspections are a requirement of this position. Documents compliance and non-compliance with applicable codes, laws or regulations. Candidates must possess a High School Diploma or GED; five (5) years’ combined experience in the trades or as a building inspector, builder, engineer, architect, supervisor, foreperson, or competent mechanic in charge of construction or post-secondary education and experience which totals four (4) years, with one (1) year of such experience in construction building experience. Licensure requirements: by the Florida Building Code Administrators and Inspectors Board (BCAIB) - 1 & 2 Family Dwelling Inspector, plus certifications in Building, Electrical, Mechanical and Plumbing. An equivalent combination of education, training and/or experience may be substituted at the city’s discretion, for the required education and/or experience. Must possess and maintain a valid Florida Driver’s license Position: WASTEWATER PLANT OPERATOR ‘C’ Department: WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT Annual Salary: $35,012 - $56,405 D.O.Q. Closing Date: OPEN UNTIL FILLED Description/Requirements: Under general supervision, performs operations and maintenance assignments in addition to custodial tasks related to the operations of the Wastewater Treatment Plant. Collects and computes routine and special daily samples, readings and data, and records data into computer. Operates sludge processing equipment and loading operation, monitoring and adjusting processes as needed. Performs maintenance duties in plant and on facility grounds. At the direction of the Chief Wastewater Plant Operator, evaluates and maintains required files and records and prepares various reports as required. Ensures that operations meet all regulatory requirements. Performs maintenance duties in plant and on grounds. Education: Required— High School Diploma or GED equivalency. Vocational education or training in wastewater operations. Experience: Required— 1.5 years of FT experience as an operator in a wastewater treatment facility. Preferred—Three years of constructive experience. Licensure/Certification: Must possess and maintain a valid Florida Driver’s License. Florida Class “C” Wastewater Plant Operator’s License is required. Depending on area of assignment, Class “B” (CDL) License with Air Brake Endorsement and Tanker Endorsement required within 180 of employment. May be required to work any shift, weekends, and holidays. Position: WATER DISTRIBUTION TECHNICIAN III Department: WATER DIVISION Annual Salary: $36,762 - $59,224 D.O.Q. Closing Date: OPEN UNTIL FILLED Description/Requirements: Under supervision, performs specialized and complex work to support the daily operations of the City’s water distribution system, including the construction, maintenance and repair of system components to ensure the maximum efficiency and effectiveness of potable and reclaimed water distribution. Provides leadership and assists in supervising subordinate division personnel. Works productively with staff for efficient and compliant operations. Assists in other functions as assigned. Education: Required— High School Diploma or GED equivalency. Preferred—Associate’s or higher degree in chemistry, biology or related field. Vocational/specialized training in the area of water utility operations. Prior Water or Wastewater coursework or experience. Experience: Required—at least 4 years of experience in public water systems maintenance and repair. At least 1 year of prior supervisory experience. Licensure/Certification: Must possess and maintain a valid Florida Driver’s License. Florida DEP minimum Level II Water Distribution Operator’s License is required. Ability to obtain Florida DEP Level I Water Distribution Operator’s license required within 2 years of position appointment, as determined by the City. Ability to obtain Class “B” (CDL) License with Air Brake Endorsement and Tanker Endorsement required within 180 days of employment, as determined by the City. Position: PLANNING & ZONING DIRECTOR Department: PLANNING & ZONING Annual Salary Range: $70,360 - $113,353 D.O.Q. Closing Date: OPEN UNTIL FILLED Description/Requirements: Under limited supervision, administers, monitors and updates the City’s comprehensive planning operations and activities, as well as the City’s land development regulations. Serves as the Planning Manager for the City’s Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA). Supervises division personnel. Makes oral and written presentations to the Board of Commissioners and various boards such as Planning & Zoning, Board of Adjustment and Heritage Preservation Board; prepares and administers agendas for same. Coordinates City’s Future Land Use Plan with the Pinellas Planning Council. Administers all planning grants, interlocal planning agreements and development agreements. Prepares ordinances and resolutions; ensures compliance with City development codes. Qualifications: Minimum—Bachelor’s degree in urban or regional planning or a related field and 5-7 years of professional planning experience in private or public sector; Preferred—Master’s degree in urban or regional planning, public administration or related field and 7-10 years in a progressively responsible position in the area of private or public sector professional planning. Also required is 2-3 years of management experience in the area of planning, zoning and/or growth management. AICP required. An equivalent combination of training and experience may be substituted at the City’s discretion for required education, experience and/or management experience. City residency required within one (1) year of appointment. Position: SENIOR PROCUREMENT ANALYST Department: PROCUREMENT Annual Salary Range: $41,138 - $66,275 D.O.Q. Closing Date: OPEN UNTIL FILLED Description/Requirements: Under limited supervision, performs specialized work in the procurement of commodities and services in connection with the operation of a municipal government entity. Essential functions include but are not limited to bid/contract/RFP coordination functions—creation and review of specifications, bid documents and openings, contract preparation and signing; purchasing processing and coordination functions—purchase order processing, purchase requisition review, preparation/issue and posting of requisitions and purchase orders, assisting in administration of Purchasing Card program, participating in Pinellas County Co- Operative bidding process, training of new employees as necessary, interviewing salespersons/vendors, collecting, tabulating and analyzing bids, conducting studies and collecting data on current market conditions; inventory functions—ordering of all stock inventory—plumbing, vehicle maintenance and central stores, maintenance of fixed assets, records, tags, performance of annual fixed asset inventory. Qualifications: Associate degree in business management, accounting, economics or related field. CPPB certification required within one year, plus 3—5 years’ experience in procurement for a government agency. An equivalent combination of education and experience may be substituted for required education and/or experience, at the City’s discretion. Must possess and maintain a valid Florida Driver’s license. Position: TECHNICIAN II Department: PARKS & PARKWAYS Hourly Range: $13.38 - $21.56 D.O.Q. Closing Date: OPEN UNTIL FILLED Description/Requirements: Under limited supervision, performs a variety of maintenance duties for parks and parkways including mowing grass, raking, hauling brush/trash, pruning, painting, pesticide application and laying bricks. Prepares and maintains playing fields; installs and repairs sprinkler systems, chain link fences and pumps. Must have the ability to identify and solve problems with turf and irrigation systems. Performs limited supervisory role with assigned maintenance staff. Successful candidate must have a High School diploma or GED. One year of experience in lawn and/or parks maintenance, ball field preparation, irrigation and pesticides, plus six months of supervisory experience, is preferred; may require certification in turf maintenance or pesticide license upon hire. Qualified candidates must possess and retain a valid Florida Driver’s license. Must be physically able to perform manual labor of varying degrees of difficulty and in varying weather conditions, including the ability to lift 100 pounds and climb 20 feet. Previous experience in the operation of various types of machinery and equipment is preferred. Position: GOLF COURSE ATTENDANT – PART-TIME Department: PUBLIC SERVICES – CITY GOLF COURSE Hourly Starting Rate: $8.46 Closing Date: OPEN UNTIL FILLED Description/Requirements: Responsible for performing starter, ranger, range attendant and cart attendant duties at the City’s golf course. Successful candidate must have a High School diploma/GED equivalency. At least six months to one year golf facility experience preferred including retail and/or cash handling, or Golf Cart, Starter/Ranger, and Range duties. Candidates must be able to perform manual labor of varying degrees of difficulty in varying weather conditions and work irregular hours including weekends and holidays. Position: GOLF COURSE ATTENDANT – TEMPORARY PART-TIME Department: PUBLIC SERVICES – CITY GOLF COURSE Hourly Starting Rate: $8.46 Closing Date: OPEN UNTIL FILLED Description/Requirements: Responsible for performing starter, ranger, range attendant and cart attendant duties at the City’s golf course. Successful candidate must have a High School diploma/GED equivalency. At least six months to one year golf facility experience preferred including retail and/or cash handling, or Golf Cart, Starter/Ranger, and Range duties. Candidates must be able to perform manual labor of varying degrees of difficulty in varying weather conditions and work irregular hours including weekends and holidays. Position: CEMETERY SERVICE WORKER Department: PUBLIC SERVICES Hourly Rate: $14.75 - $23.77 D.O.Q. Description/Requirements: Under general supervision performs a variety of maintenance and lawn/landscaping duties such as mowing, raking, trimming, irrigation system maintenance and general grounds maintenance. Provides customer service including sales, as assigned. Provides assistance at funeral services, including witnessing, burials, preparing area for service, coordinating with service providers, locating burials, directing traffic and providing other assistance as required. Provides primary cemetery coverage in the absence of supervisory staff, including customer service, as assigned. Required education and experience: High School diploma or GED plus at least one year of experience as a laborer. Preferred requirements: Related lawn maintenance or similar outdoor labor experience; previous experience as a cemetery maintenance worker is highly preferred; previous customer service experience and experience with completing forms and documentation is also preferred. A combination of training and/or experience may be substituted at the discretion of the City, for required education, experience and/or licensure. Must possess and retain a valid Florida Driver’s License. Position: UTILITY OPERATOR/WATER PLANT OPERATOR “C” Department: PUBLIC SERVICES DEPARTMENT – REVERSE OSMOSIS WATER FACILITY Hourly Rate: $17.08 – $27.52 D.O.Q. Closing Date: OPEN UNTIL FILLED Description/Requirements: Under general supervision, performs skilled work in the operation of the reverse osmosis water facility, ensuring compliance with all state and federal regulatory criteria and all safety policies and procedures. Performs work as assigned in the operation and maintenance of water facilities, including the wells, outfall, injection well, Splash Park and distribution system. May assist in developing recommended maintenance/testing/improvement/project plans, work prioritization and planning, coordination with other staff/departments and oversight of related projects or contractors. Assists in other functions as assigned. Education: Required—High School Diploma or GED equivalency. Water operations course C. Preferred—Associate’s or higher degree in chemistry, biology or related field. Vocational/specialized training in the area of Reverse Osmosis Water Treatment operations. Experience: Required—at least 1 year of experience in treatment plant operations which includes laboratory and maintenance duties. Preferred—same as above with prior reverse osmosis water treatment plant operational experience. Licensure/Certification: Must possess and maintain a valid Florida Driver’s License. Florida DEP Class “C” Water Treatment Plant Operator’s License is required. Class “B” (CDL) with Air Brake Endorsement and Tanker Endorsement is required within 180 of employment, depending on area of assignment. Position: PATRON SERVICES COORDINATOR Department: CULTURAL & CIVIC SERVICES Salary Range: $29,235 - $47,099 D.O.Q. Closing Date: OPEN UNTIL FILLED Description/Requirements: The incumbent is a key liaison to patrons and museum visitors, exemplifying a high level of customer service. Directly supports the financial goals of the Tarpon Arts segment of the department and interfaces with Library staff for joint ventures, as directed. Under limited supervision, is responsible for efficient and accurate coordination of ticket sales operations. Duties include but are not limited to, selling tickets coordinating and scheduling Tarpon Arts volunteers and docents; overseeing Tarpon Arts’ venues; acting as the Patron and Artist Liaison for all performances as well as being the Community Show Liaison for community theater, opera and local talent. Performs general duties that support department personnel and contribute to excellent customer service, such as selling tickets in person and via phone at all venues, when needed; assisting patrons in venues; receiving/receipting payments of monies, fees, donations, concessions for all venues as well as balancing cash drawer, preparing deposits, coordinating bank deposit pick-ups and reviewing daily cash edit reports, as needed. Qualifications: Four-year degree or 3+ years of experience in a similar role; proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite; experience in database creation and maintenance, business letter writing; strong communication skills, both verbal and written; ability to maintain confidential information. Must possess and maintain a valid Florida Driver’s License and reliable transportation. This position involves irregular work hours, including evenings and weekends; travel between venues and ability to work with varied personalities under a range of conditions. ******************************************** NOTE: All job applicants selected for new employment with the City of Tarpon Springs will be offered employment conditioned upon the successful completion of a physical with Drug Screening. New employees must enroll in the direct deposit program within six months of employment. ANY PERSON WITH A DISABILITY WHO REQUIRES A SPECIAL ACCOMMODATION TO PARTICIPATE IN THE APPLICATION/SELECTION PROCESS SHOULD CALL THE HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT AT (727) 938-3711 IN ADVANCE. The City of Tarpon Springs is a member of: The International Public Management Association for Human Resources Equal Opportunity Employer Veteran’s Preference Drug Free Workplace We encourage those interested in employment to complete an application or anyone needing detailed information concerning available jobs to come to the Human Resources Office located at: City Hall 324 East Pine Street Tarpon Springs, Florida 34689 (727) 938-3711 FAX (727) 942-5621 Email: HR2@ctsfl.us
City of Tarpon Springs
Copyright © 2019 City of Tarpon Springs. Accessibility

Human Resources

Contact Information: (727) 938-3711,

324 East Pine St, Fax (727) 942-5621

Human Resources is a customer oriented team dedicated to providing personnel services for the City and supporting the City of Tarpon Springs’ mission and vision. Email HR: HR2@ctsfl.us Employee Benefits Application for Employment Ethics, Fraud & Whistleblower Protection Policy

CURRENT OPENINGS UPDATED

NOVEMBER 6, 2019

Position: WASTEWATER COLLECTION TECHNICIAN II Department: WASTEWATER TREATMENT FACILITY Annual Salary: $35,012 - $56,405 D.O.Q. Closing Date: OPEN UNTIL FILLED Description/Requirements: Under supervision, performs skilled and semi-skilled work to support the daily operations of the City’s wastewater collection system, including the installation, maintenance and repair of wastewater system components in the field or treatment facility. Provides leadership and limited supervision of subordinate division personnel as assigned. Works productively with staff for efficient and compliant operations. Assists in other functions as assigned. Education: Required— High School Diploma or GED equivalency. Preferred—Associate’s or higher degree in chemistry, biology or related field. Vocational/specialized training in the area of wastewater utility operations. Prior Wastewater or Water operations experience or coursework. Experience: Required—at least 3 years of experience in public wastewater systems maintenance and repair. Preferred—Prior supervisory experience. Licensure/Certification: Must possess and maintain a valid Florida Driver’s License. Florida minimum Level “B” Wastewater Collection Certification is required. Class “B” (CDL) License with Air Brake Endorsement and Tanker Endorsement required within 180 of employment, depending on area of assignment. Position: FOOD & BEVERAGE ATTENDANT – PART TIME Department: PUBLIC SERVICES – TARPON SPRINGS MUNICIPAL GOLF COURSE Hourly Starting Rate: $8.46 Closing Date: OPEN UNTIL FILLED Description/Requirements: Serves food and beverages, operates cash register, maintains inventory, sets up and maintains dining area and greets customers in a courteous manner. Successful candidate must have a High School diploma or GED equivalency with at least six months of food and beverage experience; six to twelve months of cash handling and food and beverage service preferred. Prior Golf Course experience is a plus but not required. An equivalent combination of training and experience may be substituted for the above requirements. Must be able to work irregular hours including weekends and holidays. Position: DEVELOPMENT INSPECTOR IV Department: BUILDING DEVELOPMENT Annual Salary Range: $46,919 - $75,587 D.O.Q. Closing Date: UNTIL FILLED Description/Requirements: Full-time hourly position that reports to the Building Official or designee. Performs responsible inspection work in connection with enforcing the Florida Building Code, codes and ordinances of the City, applicable state laws and statutes regulating building construction and related activities. In addition, 1 & 2 Family Dwelling inspections are a requirement of this position. Documents compliance and non-compliance with applicable codes, laws or regulations. Candidates must possess a High School Diploma or GED; five (5) years’ combined experience in the trades or as a building inspector, builder, engineer, architect, supervisor, foreperson, or competent mechanic in charge of construction or post-secondary education and experience which totals four (4) years, with one (1) year of such experience in construction building experience. Licensure requirements: by the Florida Building Code Administrators and Inspectors Board (BCAIB) - 1 & 2 Family Dwelling Inspector, plus certifications in Building, Electrical, Mechanical and Plumbing. An equivalent combination of education, training and/or experience may be substituted at the city’s discretion, for the required education and/or experience. Must possess and maintain a valid Florida Driver’s license Position: WASTEWATER PLANT OPERATOR ‘C’ Department: WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT Annual Salary: $35,012 - $56,405 D.O.Q. Closing Date: OPEN UNTIL FILLED Description/Requirements: Under general supervision, performs operations and maintenance assignments in addition to custodial tasks related to the operations of the Wastewater Treatment Plant. Collects and computes routine and special daily samples, readings and data, and records data into computer. Operates sludge processing equipment and loading operation, monitoring and adjusting processes as needed. Performs maintenance duties in plant and on facility grounds. At the direction of the Chief Wastewater Plant Operator, evaluates and maintains required files and records and prepares various reports as required. Ensures that operations meet all regulatory requirements. Performs maintenance duties in plant and on grounds. Education: Required— High School Diploma or GED equivalency. Vocational education or training in wastewater operations. Experience: Required— 1.5 years of FT experience as an operator in a wastewater treatment facility. Preferred—Three years of constructive experience. Licensure/Certification: Must possess and maintain a valid Florida Driver’s License. Florida Class “C” Wastewater Plant Operator’s License is required. Depending on area of assignment, Class “B” (CDL) License with Air Brake Endorsement and Tanker Endorsement required within 180 of employment. May be required to work any shift, weekends, and holidays. Position: WATER DISTRIBUTION TECHNICIAN III Department: WATER DIVISION Annual Salary: $36,762 - $59,224 D.O.Q. Closing Date: OPEN UNTIL FILLED Description/Requirements: Under supervision, performs specialized and complex work to support the daily operations of the City’s water distribution system, including the construction, maintenance and repair of system components to ensure the maximum efficiency and effectiveness of potable and reclaimed water distribution. Provides leadership and assists in supervising subordinate division personnel. Works productively with staff for efficient and compliant operations. Assists in other functions as assigned. Education: Required— High School Diploma or GED equivalency. Preferred—Associate’s or higher degree in chemistry, biology or related field. Vocational/specialized training in the area of water utility operations. Prior Water or Wastewater coursework or experience. Experience: Required—at least 4 years of experience in public water systems maintenance and repair. At least 1 year of prior supervisory experience. Licensure/Certification: Must possess and maintain a valid Florida Driver’s License. Florida DEP minimum Level II Water Distribution Operator’s License is required. Ability to obtain Florida DEP Level I Water Distribution Operator’s license required within 2 years of position appointment, as determined by the City. Ability to obtain Class “B” (CDL) License with Air Brake Endorsement and Tanker Endorsement required within 180 days of employment, as determined by the City. Position: PLANNING & ZONING DIRECTOR Department: PLANNING & ZONING Annual Salary Range: $70,360 - $113,353 D.O.Q. Closing Date: OPEN UNTIL FILLED Description/Requirements: Under limited supervision, administers, monitors and updates the City’s comprehensive planning operations and activities, as well as the City’s land development regulations. Serves as the Planning Manager for the City’s Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA). Supervises division personnel. Makes oral and written presentations to the Board of Commissioners and various boards such as Planning & Zoning, Board of Adjustment and Heritage Preservation Board; prepares and administers agendas for same. Coordinates City’s Future Land Use Plan with the Pinellas Planning Council. Administers all planning grants, interlocal planning agreements and development agreements. Prepares ordinances and resolutions; ensures compliance with City development codes. Qualifications: Minimum—Bachelor’s degree in urban or regional planning or a related field and 5-7 years of professional planning experience in private or public sector; Preferred—Master’s degree in urban or regional planning, public administration or related field and 7-10 years in a progressively responsible position in the area of private or public sector professional planning. Also required is 2-3 years of management experience in the area of planning, zoning and/or growth management. AICP required. An equivalent combination of training and experience may be substituted at the City’s discretion for required education, experience and/or management experience. City residency required within one (1) year of appointment. Position: SENIOR PROCUREMENT ANALYST Department: PROCUREMENT Annual Salary Range: $41,138 - $66,275 D.O.Q. Closing Date: OPEN UNTIL FILLED Description/Requirements: Under limited supervision, performs specialized work in the procurement of commodities and services in connection with the operation of a municipal government entity. Essential functions include but are not limited to bid/contract/RFP coordination functions—creation and review of specifications, bid documents and openings, contract preparation and signing; purchasing processing and coordination functions—purchase order processing, purchase requisition review, preparation/issue and posting of requisitions and purchase orders, assisting in administration of Purchasing Card program, participating in Pinellas County Co-Operative bidding process, training of new employees as necessary, interviewing salespersons/vendors, collecting, tabulating and analyzing bids, conducting studies and collecting data on current market conditions; inventory functions—ordering of all stock inventory—plumbing, vehicle maintenance and central stores, maintenance of fixed assets, records, tags, performance of annual fixed asset inventory. Qualifications: Associate degree in business management, accounting, economics or related field. CPPB certification required within one year, plus 3—5 years’ experience in procurement for a government agency. An equivalent combination of education and experience may be substituted for required education and/or experience, at the City’s discretion. Must possess and maintain a valid Florida Driver’s license. Position: TECHNICIAN II Department: PARKS & PARKWAYS Hourly Range: $13.38 - $21.56 D.O.Q. Closing Date: OPEN UNTIL FILLED Description/Requirements: Under limited supervision, performs a variety of maintenance duties for parks and parkways including mowing grass, raking, hauling brush/trash, pruning, painting, pesticide application and laying bricks. Prepares and maintains playing fields; installs and repairs sprinkler systems, chain link fences and pumps. Must have the ability to identify and solve problems with turf and irrigation systems. Performs limited supervisory role with assigned maintenance staff. Successful candidate must have a High School diploma or GED. One year of experience in lawn and/or parks maintenance, ball field preparation, irrigation and pesticides, plus six months of supervisory experience, is preferred; may require certification in turf maintenance or pesticide license upon hire. Qualified candidates must possess and retain a valid Florida Driver’s license. Must be physically able to perform manual labor of varying degrees of difficulty and in varying weather conditions, including the ability to lift 100 pounds and climb 20 feet. Previous experience in the operation of various types of machinery and equipment is preferred. Position: GOLF COURSE ATTENDANT – PART- TIME Department: PUBLIC SERVICES – CITY GOLF COURSE Hourly Starting Rate: $8.46 Closing Date: OPEN UNTIL FILLED Description/Requirements: Responsible for performing starter, ranger, range attendant and cart attendant duties at the City’s golf course. Successful candidate must have a High School diploma/GED equivalency. At least six months to one year golf facility experience preferred including retail and/or cash handling, or Golf Cart, Starter/Ranger, and Range duties. Candidates must be able to perform manual labor of varying degrees of difficulty in varying weather conditions and work irregular hours including weekends and holidays. Position: GOLF COURSE ATTENDANT – TEMPORARY PART-TIME Department: PUBLIC SERVICES – CITY GOLF COURSE Hourly Starting Rate: $8.46 Closing Date: OPEN UNTIL FILLED Description/Requirements: Responsible for performing starter, ranger, range attendant and cart attendant duties at the City’s golf course. Successful candidate must have a High School diploma/GED equivalency. At least six months to one year golf facility experience preferred including retail and/or cash handling, or Golf Cart, Starter/Ranger, and Range duties. Candidates must be able to perform manual labor of varying degrees of difficulty in varying weather conditions and work irregular hours including weekends and holidays. Position: CEMETERY SERVICE WORKER Department: PUBLIC SERVICES Hourly Rate: $14.75 - $23.77 D.O.Q. Description/Requirements: Under general supervision performs a variety of maintenance and lawn/landscaping duties such as mowing, raking, trimming, irrigation system maintenance and general grounds maintenance. Provides customer service including sales, as assigned. Provides assistance at funeral services, including witnessing, burials, preparing area for service, coordinating with service providers, locating burials, directing traffic and providing other assistance as required. Provides primary cemetery coverage in the absence of supervisory staff, including customer service, as assigned. Required education and experience: High School diploma or GED plus at least one year of experience as a laborer. Preferred requirements: Related lawn maintenance or similar outdoor labor experience; previous experience as a cemetery maintenance worker is highly preferred; previous customer service experience and experience with completing forms and documentation is also preferred. A combination of training and/or experience may be substituted at the discretion of the City, for required education, experience and/or licensure. Must possess and retain a valid Florida Driver’s License. Position: UTILITY OPERATOR/WATER PLANT OPERATOR “C” Department: PUBLIC SERVICES DEPARTMENT – REVERSE OSMOSIS WATER FACILITY Hourly Rate: $17.08 – $27.52 D.O.Q. Closing Date: OPEN UNTIL FILLED Description/Requirements: Under general supervision, performs skilled work in the operation of the reverse osmosis water facility, ensuring compliance with all state and federal regulatory criteria and all safety policies and procedures. Performs work as assigned in the operation and maintenance of water facilities, including the wells, outfall, injection well, Splash Park and distribution system. May assist in developing recommended maintenance/testing/improvement/project plans, work prioritization and planning, coordination with other staff/departments and oversight of related projects or contractors. Assists in other functions as assigned. Education: Required—High School Diploma or GED equivalency. Water operations course C. Preferred—Associate’s or higher degree in chemistry, biology or related field. Vocational/specialized training in the area of Reverse Osmosis Water Treatment operations. Experience: Required—at least 1 year of experience in treatment plant operations which includes laboratory and maintenance duties. Preferred—same as above with prior reverse osmosis water treatment plant operational experience. Licensure/Certification: Must possess and maintain a valid Florida Driver’s License. Florida DEP Class “C” Water Treatment Plant Operator’s License is required. Class “B” (CDL) with Air Brake Endorsement and Tanker Endorsement is required within 180 of employment, depending on area of assignment. Position: PATRON SERVICES COORDINATOR Department: CULTURAL & CIVIC SERVICES Salary Range: $29,235 - $47,099 D.O.Q. Closing Date: OPEN UNTIL FILLED Description/Requirements: The incumbent is a key liaison to patrons and museum visitors, exemplifying a high level of customer service. Directly supports the financial goals of the Tarpon Arts segment of the department and interfaces with Library staff for joint ventures, as directed. Under limited supervision, is responsible for efficient and accurate coordination of ticket sales operations. Duties include but are not limited to, selling tickets coordinating and scheduling Tarpon Arts volunteers and docents; overseeing Tarpon Arts’ venues; acting as the Patron and Artist Liaison for all performances as well as being the Community Show Liaison for community theater, opera and local talent. Performs general duties that support department personnel and contribute to excellent customer service, such as selling tickets in person and via phone at all venues, when needed; assisting patrons in venues; receiving/receipting payments of monies, fees, donations, concessions for all venues as well as balancing cash drawer, preparing deposits, coordinating bank deposit pick-ups and reviewing daily cash edit reports, as needed. Qualifications: Four-year degree or 3+ years of experience in a similar role; proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite; experience in database creation and maintenance, business letter writing; strong communication skills, both verbal and written; ability to maintain confidential information. Must possess and maintain a valid Florida Driver’s License and reliable transportation. This position involves irregular work hours, including evenings and weekends; travel between venues and ability to work with varied personalities under a range of conditions. ******************************************** NOTE: All job applicants selected for new employment with the City of Tarpon Springs will be offered employment conditioned upon the successful completion of a physical with Drug Screening. New employees must enroll in the direct deposit program within six months of employment. ANY PERSON WITH A DISABILITY WHO REQUIRES A SPECIAL ACCOMMODATION TO PARTICIPATE IN THE APPLICATION/SELECTION PROCESS SHOULD CALL THE HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT AT (727) 938-3711 IN ADVANCE. The City of Tarpon Springs is a member of: The International Public Management Association for Human Resources Equal Opportunity Employer Veteran’s Preference Drug Free Workplace We encourage those interested in employment to complete an application or anyone needing detailed information concerning available jobs to come to the Human Resources Office located at: City Hall 324 East Pine Street Tarpon Springs, Florida 34689 (727) 938-3711 FAX (727) 942-5621 Email: HR2@ctsfl.us
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