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Columbus City Utilities - Manager of Finance and Business Operations

Date of Request:    November 30, 2016
Date Required:    January 30, 2017
Department:   Columbus City Utilities
Position Title:   Manager of Finance & Business Operations
Name of Supervisor:  Keith Reeves, Executive Director
Salary Range:    Minimum $ 54,600     Maximum $ 88,400
Working Hours:  Monday-Friday, 8:00am-5:00pm
FLSA:      Exempt
Type of Position:    Full-time
Application Deadline:  December 30, 2016

 

Specific Duties:
• Prepare monthly report of finances for review by the Utility Service Board and Utilities staff
• Maintain and prepare claims and payments for vendors doing business with the department for approval by the Utility Service Board
• Work closely with the Clerk Treasurer of the City of Columbus in financial matters
• Be familiar with bond provisions and ensure full compliance
• Administer and make recommendations to the Utilities Service Board/Pension Committee regarding the department’s pension fund
• Work closely with the Indiana State Board of Accounts and the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission
• Work to ensure fair, accurate and timely billing and collection of all revenues due the Columbus City Utilities
• Manage the fair and equitable renting of agricultural properties owned by the Columbus City Utilities
• Perform other related duties as required
 

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Athletic Facilities Laborer

Application Deadline: January 6, 2017
Status: Hourly-Non-Exempt
2017 Salary Range: $11.21-$16.00/hour
Department: Parks and Recreation
Reports to: Athletic Facilities Supervisor and Athletic Facilities Assistant Team Leader
Supervises: 3-5 Part-time/Seasonal Employees
 

Specific Duties of the Position

• Contribute and carry out the management plans for all Athletic Facilities and grounds.
• Complete all work assigned in a timely manner.
• Work with minimal or no supervision.
• Perform all functions of preventive maintenance in accordance to all standards and procedures..
• Keep inventory of all supplies, materials and equipment.
• Ensure good working relationships with customers, vendors and fellow employees.
• Report for all assigned hours, including weekends, holidays and overtime as designated by the Athletic Facilities Supervisor.
• Implement and support all applicable safety and quality programs.
• Assist with snow removal.
• Ability to multi-task.
• Represent the Parks and Recreation Department in a courteous, professional and friendly manner.
• Perform all other duties as assigned and in accordance to all standards and procedures.
• Support Parks and Recreation special events

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Property Room Manager for Police Department

A Property Room Manager must collect, organize, check out, check in, purge and account for all property placed in the control of the department's property rooms. In addition, the Property Room Manager is responsible for the control and security of the department's property rooms and has additional essential and related position responsibilities. The City is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE) and all applicants are encouraged to apply.

 

Essential Position Responsibilities:

  • Accept evidence, found property, department property or other related items into property room.
  • Maintain control and security over property received.
  • Handle, move, lift and store items of different sizes and weights.
  • Enter computer data and maintain computer files.
  • Generate necessary reports regarding property management.
  • Assist department personnel, prosecutors and the general public with inquiries and distribution of property/evidence.
  • Maintain required documentation on location, movement and disbursement of property.
  • Transport and retrieve necessary off-site materials and property.
  • Take all required evidence to and from crime scene lab for processing.
  • Be familiar with current standards for processing all evidentiary items.
  • Keep all officers informed of current evidence packaging and processing procedures.
  • Empty temporary storage locations and place property into appropriate areas of property room.
  • Keep organized log of all controls associated with property.
  • Keep all supplies necessary for evidence processing and packaging well stocked.
  • Periodically inventory all property and properly disposes of property that is no longer needed.
  • Ensure statutory protocol is followed for affidavits for warrantless seizures of firearms from dangerous individuals.
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    Status: Full time, Civilian, FLSA non-exempt, Safety-Sensitive
    Deadline: Applications due January 2, 2016 by 5 pm; review of applications and interviews will begin immediately
    Salary range: $25,339-$36,198

    See attached document for full information regarding this position

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    Accreditation Manager for Police Department

     

    Essential Position Responsibilities:

  • Administer a variety of complex technical and operational standards as they pertain to the law enforcement accreditation process; schedules and coordinates assignments to ensure efficient work flow and compliance with accreditation standards.
  • Provide liaison to the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies, Inc. (CALEA) and the Indiana Law Enforcement Accreditation Commission (ILEAC) for all accreditation matters.
  • Maintain schedule for policies to be reviewed and revised on a regular basis; maintains master and archive files for Department’s written directives and for CALEA files.
  • Meet regularly with Chief and management staff to identify needs and report progress on accreditation issues.
  • Assess the impact of changes to the accreditation process on policies and procedures of the Department.
  • Assign and coordinate employee groups to develop plans of action, make recommendations to Chief, or his/her designee, and perform other activities to reach compliance with applicable accreditation standards.
  • Draft new written directive and/or assign writing projects to others to achieve accreditation objectives.
  • Provide accreditation training for Department employees.
  • Represent Department at local, regional and national conferences and meetings related to the accreditation process, including CALEA, ILEAC and Indiana Police Accreditation Coalition (InPAC).
  • Manage, account for and stock department assets and property.
  • Manage final disposition of department records.
  • Handle, move, lift and store items of different sizes and weights.
  • Assist with department projects and events.
  • Perform any other related assignments.
  • Status:   Full time, Civilian, FLSA non-exempt
    Deadline:  Applications due January 2, 2016 by 5 pm; review of applications and interviews
    will begin immediately
    Salary range:  $25,339-$36,198

     

    See attached document for full information regarding this position

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    Part-Time Kennel Assistant

    Part-time Kennel Assistant:

     

    • A Kennel Assistant provides humane care and treatment to animals housed at the Columbus Animal Care Services Center; is responsible for operating and maintaining the facility on a daily basis including cleaning, proper feeding of animals, minor maintenance, intake of fines and fees, preparation of paperwork, and entering of data.
    • In addition, the part-time Kennel Assistant serves as a receptionist for the Columbus Animal Care Services Center, greeting visitors and accepting payments; as an initial contact to the Center, the Kennel Assistant must be able to respond to complaints and requests for information.
    • This is a part-time position and this employee is not provided with any benefits (such as health insurance, paid time off, etc.). This employee shall work no more than 1559 hours per year. A part-time Kennel Assistant will work, on average, 20-29 hours a week, but may work as many as 40 hours a week, as scheduling is flexible.

    Non-Exempt Status: Part-time
    Supervised By: Animal Care Services General Manager, Animal Care Enforcement Manager

    Wage: $7.25 to $10.00 per hour

     

    See attached document for full information regarding this position.

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