The position openings are updated regularly. All positions require a City of Page employment application. Some positions require testing or a Commercial Drivers License (CDL). Applications may be obtained from the City of Page City Hall, 697 Vista Avenue, P.O. Box 1180, Page, Arizona 86040 or by calling (928) 645-4231. Click “How to Apply” for more information

  • Circulation Assistant Open or Close

    POSITION:                            Criculation Assistant

    DEPARTMENT:                     Library

    RANGE:                                209 $14.30 -$22.16

    OPENING DATE:                  June 01, 2017

    CLOSING DATE:                  Open Till Filled   

     

    GENERAL PURPOSE

    Performs a variety of responsible clerical and support activities in the daily operation of the circulation desk. This position has a high degree of public contact and is primarily responsible for checking material in and out and assists in training Part Time Circulation Assistant I and Part Time Library Aide positions.

    JOB SUMMARY

    Performs a variety of responsible clerical and support activities in the daily operation of the circulation desk. This position has a high degree of public contact and is primarily responsible for checking material in and out and assists in training Part Time Circulation Assistant I and Part Time Library Aide positions.

    ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS

    • Performs circulation duties, responds to public and staff inquires and resolves problems.
    • Handles circulation of Library materials and maintains circulation control.
    • Creates weekly overdue notices and follow-up letters.
    • Insures proper daily operation of public area of Library during business hours.
    • Operates all office equipment such as typewriter, computer, 10-key and microfiche reader and copier.
    • Collects fines and fees
    • Balances daily receipts and prepares next day’s cash drawer.
    • Performs departmental administrative duties including scheduling, assignment of daily duties, writing reports, and statistical reporting.
    • Authorizes circulation department timesheets, resolves problems and forwards to director.
    • Performs basic equipment trouble-shooting and maintenance. Will follow through with a work order for the Directors approval to arrange for servicing of library equipment and/or facilities.
    • Assists in planning, implementing, and evaluation of circulation services. Participates in committees that recommend policies to Director. Patron services to ensure the efficient, effective and economical delivery of services.
    • Processes interlibrary loan request by locating the material and preparing the necessary paperwork.
    • Receives and logs material borrowed from other libraries.
    • Records and prepares lost/damaged interlibrary loan invoices for payment.
    • Maintains interlibrary loan transactions and correspondence files.
    • Records and tabulates number or request processed.
    • Prepares materials to be sent back to libraries from which they have borrowed.
    • Develops and maintains all routines necessary to ensure the effective operation of the library consistent with the Page Public Libraries policy and procedure. Provides suggestions for improvements to circulation policies and procedures.
    • Supervises daily activities of Part Time Circulation Assistant I and Part Time Library Aide positions. Provides leadership and guidance to circulation services through supervision, staff selection, orientation, training, staff development, performance appraisals and staff meetings.
    • Communicates and interrupts Page Public Library’s policies and procedures to staff and the public. Responds to quires and resolves circulation problems and concerns from staff and public. Is required to inform the Library Director of problems and incidents that occur which need the Library Director’s attention.
    • Provides quality service through leadership, guidance and communication to and with library staff to meet community needs.
    • Assists with collection maintenance
    • Arranges booking of meeting room and schedules displays.
    • Orders and maintains supplies for the library.
    • Provides the Library Director with monthly statistics from Circulation and more often as requested.
    • Contributes to the library’s long and short range plans concerning the use of new trends and technologies and making recommendations as applicable.
    • Makes recommendations to Director for capital budget items.
    • Creates displays/material to enhance the library collection and materials to promote library services.
    • Maintains a high level of ethical behavior and confidentiality.
    • Catalogs
    • Purchases books
    • Book Processing
    • Performs other related duties as assigned.

    QUALIFICATIONS

    Education and Experience:

    • High School Diploma or GED; and
    • Any combination of experience and training predicting the ability to successfully fulfill the required knowledge preferred.

    Licenses or Certifications:

    • None.

    Special Requirements:

    • None.

    Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

    • Knowledge of library organization, facilities, services, methods and policies is important.
    • Knowledge of office procedures.
    • Knowledge of computers and solutions library circulation system, including the “OPACs”. Alternative programs may be considered.
    • Skill in typing at least 45 wpm.
    • Skill in adapting to varying atmosphere day by day.
    • Skill in using small hand tolls for minor repairs. Basic ability to operate copier, fax, microfilm, microfiche reader/printer and video equipment.
    • Ability to interact with library patrons courteously and effectively is vital.
    • Ability to establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with.
    • Ability to interact with co-workers and establish effective working relationships.
    • Ability to use listed tools and equipment.

    PHYSICAL DEMANDS

    While performing the duties of this job, the employee must exert up to 50 pounds of force occasionally, and/or up to 30 pounds of force frequently, and/or up to 10 pounds of force constantly to move objects. The following physical abilities are required: balancing, climbing, crouching, feeling, fingering, handling, hearing, kneeling, lifting, mental acuity, pulling, pushing, reaching, repetitive motion, speaking, standing, stooping, talking, and visual acuity.

    WORK ENVIRONMENT

    The work requires decision making that could lead to major community or organizational consequences if this position fails to make the appropriate decision at the time.

    Page has the right to revise this job description at any time. This

     description does not represent in any way a contract of employment.

    ________________________          ________________________
    Department Head                           Human Resources Director


    ________________________          ________________________
    Date                                             Date

    E.O.E.  Page does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age, disability or military service in employment or the provision of services.

  • Dispatch/Communications Specialist Open or Close

    POSITION:                            Dispatch/Communications Specialist

    DEPARTMENT:                     Police

    RANGE:                                 212 $16.79 to $26.86

    OPENING DATE:                  05/18/2017

    CLOSING DATE:                  Open Till Filled   

     

    JOB SUMMARY

    Highly specialized and demanding work which involves receiving, prioritizing, and accurately dispatching all calls for service in a timely manner to the appropriate agencies for the City of Page.   

    ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS

    • Handles a high volume of public contact necessitating good customer service skills.
    • Communicates with a wide variety of citizens in various emotional states.
    • Handles routine calls to the Page Police Department.
    • Answers 9-1-1 calls, including cell phone calls, from Page, Southern Utah, Northern Arizona, Navajo Reservation, Lake Powell and surrounding areas.  Determines jurisdiction and accurately dispatches in a timely manner to the appropriate law enforcement, fire and/or EMS units.
    • Answers and documents the Silent Witness line.
    • Receives and dispatches a variety of alarm calls including robbery, burglary, intrusion, fire, search and rescue, and EMS.
    • Receives all animal control calls.
    • Answers calls from the hearing and speech impaired by operating a telephonic device for the deaf (TDD).
    • Answers radio traffic generated by Page Police Department, Page Fire Department, Page Community Resource Officer, Page School Resource Officer and Page Public Works.
    • Communicates by radio with the Arizona Department of Public Safety, Utah Highway Patrol, Coconino County Sheriff's Office, National Park Service, Navajo Police Department and numerous other public service, law enforcement and EMS agencies.
    • Enters, modifies, confirms, clears and retrieves data from the ACIC/NCIC criminal justice terminal.
    • Maintains a log of all officer traffic, radio traffic, telephone calls and window traffic by entering the information into a computer aided system (CAD).
    • Retrieves information as needed for officers, administrators, other agencies, courts, lawyers, etc. from the CAD system.
    • Enters all warnings, citations and dispositions.
    • Enters all dog tag information.
    • Answers Fire/EMS calls outside of our service area and transfers calls to the agency with jurisdiction.
    • Trains new dispatchers.
    • Performs Notary services.
    • Participates in serving our Seniors (SOS) Program for the elderly.
    • Monitors all doors to control access to the Police Department.
    • Monitors water treatment plant after hours.
    • Answers after hour calls for Public Works and contacts the on-call employee.
    • Works closely with social services agencies that provide resources within the community.
    • Answers after hour calls and contacts counselors for Encompass Health Services.
    • Answers after hour calls and contacts advocates for Another Way, a domestic violence program.
    • Answers after hour calls and contacts workers for the Department of Economic Security (DES) and CPS.
    • Answers after hour calls and contacts officers for Adult and Juvenile Probation.
    • Answers transient's calls for help.
    • Handles requests for lost and found property.
    • Participates in community education programs.
    • Performs Spillman database research, enter data.
    • Provides emergency medical services as required, and perform light to heavy rescue functions at emergencies.
    • Performs other related duties as assigned.

    QUALIFICATIONS

    Education and Experience:

    • High School Diploma or GED; and
    • One (1 year of previous clerical experience in positions involving public contact with some prior work exposure to law enforcement and public safety functions preferred;
    • or any equivalent combination of related education and experience.

    Licenses or Certifications:

    • None.

     

    Special Requirements:

    • Must be at least 19 years of age.
    • No felony convictions.
    • No illegal drug usage per Arizona POST.
    • Required to obtain and maintain ACIC/NCIC Level A terminal operator certification within six (6) months of employment.

    Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:   

    • Knowledge of computers and electronic data processing; working knowledge of modern office practices and procedures.
    • Knowledge of jurisdiction to facilitate dispatching out of town calls.
    • Ability to demonstrate typing skills to meet the demands of the job.  Prefer 35 words per minute.
    • Ability to effectively deal with the public; ability to communicate effectively verbally and in writing; ability to handle stressful situations.
    • Ability to quickly and retain information learned.
    • Ability to learn and strictly adhere to department procedures.
    • Ability to multi-task.
    • Ability to maintain strict confidentiality in all police matters.
    • Ability to use communications console, including computer-aided systems; personal computer including word processing software; E-911 system; ACIC/NCIC computer; copy machine; fax machine; Motorola radio; TDD.

    PHYSICAL DEMANDS

    While performing the duties of this job, the employee must: exert up to 10 pounds of force occasionally and/or negligible amount of force frequently or constantly to lift, carry, push, pull or otherwise move objects, including the human body.  The following physical abilities are required: fingering, hearing, mental acuity, speaking, talking, visual acuity.

    WORK ENVIRONMENT

    The work requires decision making that could lead to major community or organizational consequences if this position fails to make the appropriate decision at the time.

    SELECTION GUIDELINES

    Formal application, rating of education and experience; oral interview and reference check; job related tests may be required; successful completion of pre-employment drug screening.

    The duties listed above are intended only as illustrations of the various types of work that may be performed. The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from the position if the work is similar, related or a logical assignment to the position.

    The job description does not constitute an employment agreement between the employer and employee and is subject to change by the employer as the needs of the employer and requirements of the job change.

    ________________________          ________________________
    Department Head                           Human Resources Director


    ________________________          ________________________
    Date                                             Date

  • Circulation Lead Open or Close

    POSITION:                             Circulation Lead

    DEPARTMENT:                     Community Services

    RANGE:                                 210 $15.08 - $23.38/hr

    OPENING DATE:                  June 15, 2017

    CLOSING DATE:                  Open Till Filled   

    EXEMPT:      NON EXEMPT: X      HOURLY: X      SALARIED:      CONTRACT:     

    GENERAL PURPOSE

    Performs a variety of responsible clerical and support activities in the daily operation of the circulation desk. This position has a high degree of public contact and is primarily responsible for checking material in and out and assists in training Part Time Circulation Assistant I and Part Time Library Aide positions.

    ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS

    • Performs circulation duties, responds to public and staff inquires and resolves problems.
    • Handles circulation of Library materials and maintains circulation control.
    • Creates weekly overdue notices and follow-up letters.
    • Insures proper daily operation of public area of Library during business hours.
    • Operates all office equipment such as typewriter, computer, 10-key and microfiche reader and copier.
    • Collects fines and fees
    • Balances daily receipts and prepares next day’s cash drawer.
    • Performs departmental administrative duties including scheduling, assignment of daily duties, writing reports, and statistical reporting.
    • Authorizes circulation department timesheets, resolves problems and forwards to director.
    • Performs basic equipment trouble-shooting and maintenance. Will follow through with a work order for the Directors approval to arrange for servicing of library equipment and/or facilities.
    • Assists in planning, implementing, and evaluation of circulation services. Participates in committees that recommend policies to Director. Patron services to ensure the efficient, effective and economical delivery of services.
    • Processes interlibrary loan request by locating the material and preparing the necessary paperwork.
    • Receives and logs material borrowed from other libraries.
    • Records and prepares lost/damaged interlibrary loan invoices for payment.
    • Maintains interlibrary loan transactions and correspondence files.
    • Records and tabulates number or request processed.
    • Prepares materials to be sent back to libraries from which they have borrowed.
    • Develops and maintains all routines necessary to ensure the effective operation of the library consistent with the Page Public Libraries policy and procedure. Provides suggestions for improvements to circulation policies and procedures.
    • Supervises daily activities of Part Time Circulation Assistant I and Part Time Library Aide positions. Provides leadership and guidance to circulation services through supervision, staff selection, orientation, training, staff development, performance appraisals and staff meetings.
    • Communicates and interrupts Page Public Library’s policies and procedures to staff and the public. Responds to quires and resolves circulation problems and concerns from staff and public. Is required to inform the Library Director of problems and incidents that occur which need the Library Director’s attention.
    • Provides quality service through leadership, guidance and communication to and with library staff to meet community needs.
    • Assists with collection maintenance
    • Arranges booking of meeting room and schedules displays.
    • Orders and maintains supplies for the library.
    • Provides the Library Director with monthly statistics from Circulation and more often as requested.
    • Contributes to the library’s long and short range plans concerning the use of new trends and technologies and making recommendations as applicable.
    • Makes recommendations to Director for capital budget items.
    • Creates displays/material to enhance the library collection and materials to promote library services.
    • Maintains a high level of ethical behavior and confidentiality.
    • Serves as Librarian in charge, as needed.
    • Recommends improvements, modifications, and implementation of goals and objectives, policies and procedures.
    • Performs other related duties as assigned.

    QUALIFICATIONS

    Education and Experience:

    • High School Diploma or GED.
    • One (1) year of previous clerical/library experience (office and cataloging) with prior library experience preferred;
    • or any combination of experience and training predicting the ability to successfully fulfill the required knowledge.

     

    Licenses or Certifications:

    • None.

    Special Requirements:

    • None.

    Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

    • Knowledge of library organization, facilities, services, methods and policies is important.
    • Knowledge of office procedures.
    • Knowledge of computers and solutions library circulation system, including the “OPACs”. Alternative programs may be considered.
    • Skill in typing at least 45 wpm.
    • Skill in adapting to varying atmosphere day by day.
    • Skill in using small hand tolls for minor repairs. Basic ability to operate copier, fax, microfilm, microfiche reader/printer and video equipment.
    • Ability to interact with library patrons courteously and effectively is vital.
    • Ability to establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with.
    • Ability to interact with co-workers and establish effective working relationships.
    • Ability to use listed tools and equipment.

    PHYSICAL DEMANDS

    While performing the duties of this job, the employee must exert up to 50 pounds of force occasionally, and/or up to 30 pounds of force frequently, and/or up to 10 pounds of force constantly to move objects. The following physical abilities are required: balancing, climbing, crouching, feeling, fingering, handling, hearing, kneeling, lifting, mental acuity, pulling, pushing, reaching, repetitive motion, speaking, standing, stooping, talking, and visual acuity.

    WORK ENVIRONMENT

    The work requires decision making that could lead to major community or organizational consequences if this position fails to make the appropriate decision at the time.

    SELECTION GUIDELINES

    Formal application, rating of education and experience; oral interview and reference check; job related tests may be required; successful completion of pre-employment drug screening.

    The duties listed above are intended only as illustrations of the various types of work that may be performed. The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from the position if the work is similar, related or a logical assignment to the position.

    The job description does not constitute an employment agreement between the employer and employee and is subject to change by the employer as the needs of the employer and requirements of the job change.

    ________________________          ________________________
    Department Head                           Human Resources Director


    ________________________          ________________________
    Date                                             Date

  • Firefighter/EMS/CEP/EMT Open or Close

    POSITION:                    Firefighter/EMT/CEP

    DEPARTMENT:                Fire

    RANGE                        216  $14.85 to $23.77

    OPEN DATE:                  March 28, 2017

    CLOSING DATE:           Open Till Filled

    EXEMPT:      NON EXEMPT: X    HOURLY:        SALARIED:X         CONTRACT:

     

    JOB SUMMARY

    Performs considerably difficult work in the performance of skilled emergency medical services, fire suppression, and fire prevention duties. 

    ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS

    • Performs inspections of assigned vehicles and equipment at required intervals and after all incident responses.
    • Provides emergency medical services and fire suppression services.
    • Participates in laying hose lines, directing water and pressure streams, placing ladders, ventilating buildings, rescuing persons, placing salvage covers and performing clean-up operations.
    • Participates in fire prevention inspections and pre-planning.
    • Operates all necessary equipment required for the performance of EMS and fire suppression work.
    • Interprets and understands DOT Emergency Response Guidebook and NFPA Hazardous Materials Handbook.
    • Participates in cleaning and minor maintenance of quarters, equipment, and apparatus.
    • Performs other related duties as assigned.

    QUALIFICATIONS

    Education and Experience:

    • High School Diploma or GED; and
    • Completion of the Arizona Fire Fighter I & II requirements or a similar course as approved by the Fire Chief and completion of the ADHS Hazardous Materials First Responder course is mandatory prior to employment;
    • Must possess an Arizona or National Registry EMT-B certification with preference given to an EMT- Paramedic. 

    Licenses or Certifications:

    • Must have valid State driver’s license.
    • State of Arizona certification as an emergency medical technician or higher must be maintained.

    Special Requirements:

    • Will be required to pass a physical evaluation and agility test related to job duties.
    • Employee will be subjected to on-call assignments and special projects as
    • Employee will be required to notify the Fire Chief of all outside jobs (paid or volunteer).  Fire Department operations may preclude employment in certain jobs that create conflict with the mission of the Fire Department.

    Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:   

    • Knowledge of regulatory issues related to emergency situations and public and employee safety.
    • Knowledge of atmospheric and gas detectors, various hand held measuring devices and investigative equipment.
    • Ability to maintain either an Arizona EMT, or CEP certification.
    • Ability to exhibit adequate verbal and written skills in business English.
    • Ability to operate two-way radio.
    • Ability to demonstrate telephone communication skills must be adequate.
    • Ability to speak before groups of people of various sizes and ages is desirable.
    • Ability to develop and maintain excellent working relationships with various federal state and local agencies in the field of emergency services, enforcement, and community development.
    • Ability to work effectively in a team oriented approach.
    • Ability to use various equipment and safety devices such as monitors, protective clothing, body substance isolation techniques etc. when handling patients in the emergency setting.
    • Ability to operate standard passenger vehicles, light trucks, four-wheel drive vehicles, and fire trucks of various sizes.
    • Ability to operate basic hand tools, forcible entry devices, extrication equipment, generators, lighting equipment, ventilation equipment and specialized rescue devices.
    • Ability to use various equipment and safety devices such as monitors, SCBA, protective clothing, etc. in the handling of emergency situations.
    • Ability to use suction devices, oxygen saturation monitor, blood glucose monitor, KED device, back board, traction splint, MAST pants, EVAC splints and pediatric securing devices.

    PHYSICAL DEMANDS

    While performing the duties of this job, the employee must exert 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.  The following physical abilities are required: balancing, climbing, crawling, crouching, feeling, fingering, grasping, handling, hearing, kneeling, lifting, mental acuity, pulling, pushing, reaching, repetitive motion, speaking, standing, stooping, and talking, visual acuity and walking.

    WORK ENVIRONMENT

    The work requires decision making that could lead to major community or organizational consequences if this position fails to make the appropriate decision at the time.

     

    ___________________________                       ____________________________

    DEPARTMENT HEAD                                     HUMAN RESOURCES DIRECTOR

     

     

    ___________________________                              _____________________________

    DATE                                                     DATE

     

     

    REVISED: February 17, 2015

  • Planner/GIS Technician Open or Close

    POSITION:                               Planner/GIS Technician

    DEPARTMENT:                         Community Development

    GRADE:                                    215  $40,999.70 to $65,599.51

    OPENING DATE:                      03/22/2017       

    CLOSING DATE:                      Open Till Filled   

     

    JOB SUMMARY

    The Planner/GIS Technician performs professional-level planning work involving research, analysis, and technical assistance on major projects. Responsibilities include conducting preliminary and final plat review; reviewing development proposals for consistency with adopted standards and regulations; providing staff support and reports to various boards, committees, and Council; conducting technical research, analyzing data, evaluating findings, identifying significant issues, determining options, and developing staff recommendations; and conferring with engineers, developers, architects, other City staff, outside agencies, and the general public to acquire information and coordinate planning issues, apply codes, laws, standards, and regulations to ensure applications and development are in compliance with the City’s ordinances and development standards, as well as policy direction from boards and Council.   This position is also responsible for inputting, updating, and maintaining GIS databases, and coverages, layers, and linkages to various databases.  Duties may include:  preparing detailed maps using GIS and/or AutoCAD software; inputting and reviewing GIS data for completeness, accuracy, and neatness; creating map layouts and views of moderate difficulty and complexity; conducting geoprocessing operations and database queries; performing digitizing; conducting mapping research in the field and in the office to resolve conflicting information; and interpreting plans, plats, and legal descriptions. This class is responsible for performing related duties as required.

    ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS

    • Communicates with applicants, contractors, developers, real estate and design professionals, and the public to provide information and respond to questions about the City's development codes such as:  design guidelines, Zoning, Sign, Manufactured Home and/or Recreational Vehicle, and Subdivision regulations; and state laws pertaining to annexation and planning statutes.
    • Explains Code requirements, City policies, and development standards for the requested development use, as well as public hearing requirements and procedures.
    • Recommends changes to proposed developments to ensure compliance with ordinance and/or policy requirements and standards, as well as professional planning practices.
    • Produces professional quality staff reports and written documents to explain which codes, policies, and planning principles should apply to the consideration of a specific case request.
    • Discusses the quality and the nature of the proposal and expresses these considerations in a report that can be understood by laypeople.
    • Enters information into a personal computer (PC) and operates a variety of standard office equipment.
    • Reads and interprets site plans, plats, civil drawings, architectural drawings, land surveys, building elevations, landscape plans, corner descriptions, legal descriptions, and policy documents to process planning case requests, construction documents, native plant preservation plans, neighborhood plans, sub area plans, specifications, and use permits.
    • Ability to discern color, texture, building and landscape materials, and patterns to process planning case requests analyzed for conformance with esthetic standards and policy guidelines.
    • Creates charts, schedules, graphs, maps, presentation graphics, etc.
    • Uses engineering and architectural scales to measure drawings to determine property dimensions and location and to measure distances to determine the accuracy of construction documents, correctness of subdivision plats, and to calculate acreage.
    • Conducts and attends neighborhood meetings and regional agency meetings.  Meets scheduling and attendance requirements.
    • Comprehends and makes inferences from City codes, plans, studies, capital programs, engineering manual, development standards, and guidelines to explain which affects the development proposal or plan.
    • Recalls readily very specific information about City planning codes, engineering standards, development standards, and policy documents to provide timely answers when several citizens are awaiting information at the same time.
    • Coordinates with the various units and departments in the implementation and enforcement of municipal and development regulations and policy direction.
    • Develops and updates public hearing procedures as directed by Council.
    • Reviews building plans for compliance with municipal land development regulations.
    • Participates in the revision and development of new planning procedures and ordinances.
    • Reviews and makes recommendations to the Community Development Director regarding requests for administrative waivers of the City’s ordinance regulations.
    • Processes annexation requests and prepares related staff reports.
    • Assists with various planning projects such as general plan updates, neighborhood/master plans, capital improvement programs, and area policies.
    • Assists in the collection, development, and distribution of demographic information, computer databases, and statistical reports.
    • Performs mathematical calculations, statistical computations, and applies fractions, percentages, ratios and proportions, algebra, geometric constructions, and the essentials of trigonometry.
    • Utilizes data for map layout and plotting.
    • Updates maps as new information is obtained.
    • Operates a computer workstation for inputting data used to create maps; conduct spatial analysis; perform database queries; identify and document problems; determine the accuracy of source information for building a map; perform detailed records research; apply research to ensure the precision, accuracy, and completion of GIS maps; and determine command sequence to quickly convey information.
    • Prepares map products on a computer workstation.
    • Creates new mapping products.
    • Understands procedures, terminology, and the use of system menus and operational system panels.
    • Learns to digitize data conversions.
    • Becomes familiar with the procedures regarding input of GIS data standards.

    QUALIFICATIONS

    Education and Experience:

    • Any combination of training, education, and experience equivalent to graduation from an accredited college or university with a Bachelor's Degree in Planning, Urban Planning, Geography, Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Civil Engineering, Public Administration, or related field; and
    • At least two years professional planning experience;

    Licenses or Certifications:

    • Membership in the American Planning Association, and the Arizona Chapter of the American Planning Association.
    • Certification by the American Institute of Certified Planners is preferred.

    Special Requirements:

    • Good (1 - 3 years) experience reviewing development proposals, experience working with databases and Geographic Information Systems (GIS), and experience with group facilitation are also highly desirable.

    Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

    • Knowledge of the municipal codes, including City of Page codes;
    • Knowledge of methodologies of modern urban and regional planning;
    • Knowledge of current planning case law, research methods, and sources of information necessary to city planning functions;
    • Knowledge of geography of the City and its surroundings;
    • Knowledge of Arizona Revised Statutes (ARS);
    • Knowledge of principles of public administration, economics, statistics, municipal finance, and sociology as applied to urban planning;
    • Knowledge of fundamental GIS concepts to formulate and prepare spatial analysis, drawings, maps, and plans;
    • Knowledge of cartography and the basic symbols and terminology used in mapping; modern office practices, procedures, equipment, and supplies;
    • Knowledge of maps, plans, databases, and records;
    • Skill in utilizing independent judgement and initiative;
    • Ability to communicate effectively, in written and oral form, with citizens, developers, property and business owners, and professionals of other departments and disciplines;
    • Ability to assist efforts of other personnel in the collection and analysis of data; communicate appropriately with a demanding and diverse public in answering questions and explaining the City Zoning Code, Subdivision Regulations, General Plan, planning case law, and Arizona Revised Statutes pertaining to zoning and land use law, public hearings, notice and publication requirements, open meeting laws, and citizen participation;
    • Ability to independently facilitate meetings and give public presentations; handle complex cases; and comprehend and interpret previous and current City Council decisions and department policies
    • Ability to learn the GIS system;
    • Ability to prepare neat and precise maps from plans, sketches, verbal descriptions, and specifications;
    • Ability to assist in providing data and maps for detailed operation analysis; and
    • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with management, coworkers, and the general public.

    PHYSICAL DEMANDS

    While performing the duties of this job, the employee may exert up to 10 pounds of force occasionally and/or negligible amount of force frequently or constantly to lift, carry, push, pull or otherwise move objects, including the human body. The work also requires fingering, hearing, speaking, and talking.

    WORK ENVIRONMENT

    The work is performed in a dynamic environment that requires the employee to be sensitive to change and responsive to changing goals, priorities, and needs.

    Page has the right to revise this job description at any time. This

     description does not represent in any way a contract of employment.

    ________________________          ________________________
    Employee Signature                       Date


    ________________________          ________________________
    Supervisor (or HR) Signature          Date

     

     

    E.O.E.  Page does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age, disability or military service in employment or the provision of services.

  • Patrol Officer Open or Close

    POSITION:                             Patrol Officer

    DEPARTMENT:                     Police

    RANGE:                                 60 $21.37 - $36.12

    OPENING DATE:                 October 18, 2016

    CLOSING DATE:                  Open till filled. 

     

    EXEMPT:      NON EXEMPT: X      HOURLY: X      SALARIED:      CONTRACT:     

    GENERAL PURPOSE: 

    Officers identify criminal offenders and criminal activity and where appropriate, apprehend offenders and participate in subsequent proceedings.  Identify and reduce the opportunities for the commission of crime through preventative patrol and other measures (including but not limited to community crime prevention and community policing) and facilitate the movement of vehicular and pedestrian traffic.  Aid individuals who are in danger of physical harm, create and maintain a feeling of security in the community. 

    SUPERVISION RECEIVED: 

    Considerable daily supervision until daily tasks are learned, then moderate supervision is available at all times on the basis of results achieved.  Supervision is usually from a sergeant or supervisor unless on FTO. 

    SUPERVISION EXERCISED:

     Generally none. 

    DATES/HOURS OF EMPLOYMENT:

    Scheduled to work rotating shifts including days, swings, midnights and any special shift required.  May be required to change days off for special events or court appearances. 

    ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: 

    Enforce Arizona Revised Statutes and City Code. 

    Communicate to supervisors and to fellow officers all information obtained which is pertinent to any case or investigation.

    Record activity during tour of duty in the manner prescribed by supervisor. 

    Complete detailed reports and investigation reports on all crimes, vehicle accidents, and other incidents requiring crime reports. 

    Maintain weapons, vehicle and equipment in a functional, presentable condition. 

    Assists citizens requesting service, assistance, or information and courteously explain any instance where jurisdiction is not with the Page Police Department and suggest other procedures to be followed. 

    Inform supervisors as soon as possible regarding the development of conditions tending to cause crime, and take preventative action to correct the conditions. 

    Conduct a thorough investigation of all offenses and incidents within area of assignment and scope of activity. 

    Collect evidence and record data which will aid in identification, apprehension, and prosecution of offenders and the recovery of property. 

    Do building security checks, including but not limited to, schools, parks, and playgrounds. 

    Preserve peace at public gatherings, neighborhood disputes, and family quarrels. 

    Serve or deliver warrants, summons, subpoenas, and other official papers promptly and accurately; when so directed by a supervising officer. 

    Operate the radio in compliance with FCC regulations. 

    Patrol every part of assigned area giving particular attention to and frequently rechecking locations where the crime hazard is great. 

    PERIPHERAL DUTIES: 

    Responsible for the securing, receipting and proper transporting of all evidence and property coming into custody. 

    Assist Fire Department in locating fires and medical emergencies. 

    Report street light and traffic control signals that are out of order. 

    Report street hazards and any conditions that endangers public safety. 

    Confer with court prosecutors and testify in court. 

    Take measures to direct the flow of traffic in assigned areas during periods of congestion. 

    Other duties as assigned.

    DESIRED MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

     Education and Experience:

    (A)       Must meet AZ POST standards.
    (B)      0-3 years of progressive experience in a police patrol position, supplemented by continuing law enforcement related training and education desirable.
    (C)       Training in various methods of investigation and interviewing techniques required.
    (D)       Training and education through college credit or equivalent in police science is highly desired. 

    Necessary Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:  

    (A)       Basic knowledge of modern professional investigative techniques, procedures and equipment. 
    (B)       Well informed on traffic, criminal and other codes related to law enforcement.
    (C)       Knowledge of rules of evidence, search, seizure and court procedure is essential.
    (D)       In addition to standard office safety practices, must know how to strictly adhere to Department procedures on the operation of emergency vehicles under various conditions.
    (E)       Some skill in operating the tools and equipment listed below.
    (F)       Must be proficient in verbal and written communication skills required in English and knowledge of report writing.
    (H)       Ability to conduct interviews with uncooperative, resistive, hostile emotional or traumatized children and adults.
    (I)         Ability to develop and maintain excellent working relations with other departments, city personnel, citizens, businesses and other law enforcement agencies.

    SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

    Must maintain a valid Arizona driver’s license.  Must maintain a valid Arizona POST police officer certification.  Required to work rotating shifts including days, swings, midnights and any special shift required.  May be required to change days off for special events or court appearances. 

    Required to obtain Hepatitis shots.

    SELECTION GUIDELINES:

    Formal application; review of education and experience; appropriate testing;oral interview; background check; pre-employment drug screening; final selection. 

    Physical examinations, drug testing and polygraph examination are required for employment and periodically thereafter.

    TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT USED:

     Investigations and evidence gathering tools, including but not limited to, cameras and photographic equipment, measuring devices and drawing equipment.  Basic knowledge of regular hand tools.  Computer, word processing and database software programs, copiers, adding machines and police radio.  Passenger vehicles, pickup trucks and four wheel drive vehicles under normal and emergency driving conditions. 

    PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

     The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. 

    While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to sit and talk and talk or hear. The employee is occasionally required to stand; use hands to finger, handle, or feel objects, tools, or controls; reach with hands and arms; climb or balance; stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl; and taste or smell. 

    Required to meet POST and police department physical fitness standards, including but not limited to, the ability to lift 170 pounds, climb and run.  As required by POST, must be able to see 20/20 corrected and be able to pass a hearing test. 

    WORK ENVIRONMENT:

    The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. 

    Work varies from office environment with reports, interviews and meeting to all extremes of weather and terrain expected in routine police work.  May be exposed to extremely hazardous conditions involving armed and dangerous subject, medical problems, fires, accidents and other similar situation.  Will be required to travel for meeting, training, court appearances and other related situations. 

    The duties listed above are intended only as illustrations of the various types of work that may be performed. The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from the position if the work is similar, related or a logical assignment to the position. 

    The job description does not constitute an employment agreement between the employer and employee and is subject to change by the employer as the needs of the employer and requirements of the job change. 

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    Department Head                           Human Resources Director


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