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This job is designed to provide students with paid professional experience to further their education and training and is academically oriented for the student’s benefit. To qualify students must be enrolled in an accredited school program related to the type of work they are expected to perform. Positions will terminate upon completion of the internship period. Incumbents may deal with confidential information, which is expected to be maintained as confidential and shared only on a need-to-know basis with city employees and elsewhere when authorized by the intern’s city supervisor.
The Salt Lake City Transportation Division is responsible for planning, designing, implementation the City’s master plans and initiatives, and provides safety education and encouragement aspects of promoting multi-modal transportation choices as healthy, economical and environmentally-preferable.
We are seeking a passionate intern for the months of mid-January through June 2019 to help organize and lead our spring and summer public outreach initiatives. Additionally, intern will be supporting staff in the implementation of Salt Lake City’s Transit Master Plan.
Serves as advisor and resource to planning staff members. As team leader on various complex issues, coordinates the development of the City's most difficult, multifaceted master plans and other major planning projects. Coordinates with other jurisdictions on urban design issues. Performs under the general direction of various Planning Managers
This position requires planning expertise in complex, current and long range planning research, analysis, team coordination and the political processes necessary for review and adoption of multifaceted master plans and other complex planning projects.
Under the general supervision of the Building Official and in consultation with the City’s Chief Plans Examiner, conducts comprehensive and technical assessment of new construction plans (commercial and residential) and modifications for compliance with applicable fire codes and national fire safety standards. The Fire Protection Engineer may be responsible for serving as a team leader in coordinating multi-disciplinary plan review activities for the department. The team leadership activities are in addition to regular plan review duties within the incumbent’s area of expertise. Provides technical guidance and code interpretation to developers, planners, architects, engineers, attorneys, building owners/tenants, enforcement authorities and other private industry personnel, including alternative methods and materials requests for compliance. Incumbent also acts as a consultant to inspectors in the field on extraordinary fire protection problems.
This position requires strategic thinking, clear communication of fire codes, city construction standards and propriety of building plans beyond the obvious, utilizing accurate, state-of-art fire suppression and protection data to support alternative approaches.
Supervises water system maintenance crews who respond to Water Department emergencies and trouble calls. Diagnoses and makes system repairs; installs, tests, calibrates, repairs and replaces water meters; carries out preventive maintenance on valves, service lines, main lines, hydrants and meters; and performs buildings/grounds repair and upkeep. Reports to Water System Manager.
Announcement: This position is open until filled however first application review will occur on Monday, January 28, 2019 at noon. Only applications received prior to this date and time will be included in the review.
This position may be filled as an Office Technician I or II, depending on the qualifications of the selected candidate. The requirements for the positions are listed below.
Office Technician I: Under the general supervision of a section supervisor or office manager, provides clerical staff support and basic technical assistance to a specialized function within a division. This is specialized clerical work requiring skills in filing, word processing, data entry, typing, and customer assistance.This position requires a high school diploma or equivalent, plus two years’ work experience in a related technical position. Experience and training must include data entry and retrieval from a computer terminal and the use of personal computers to do word processing and/or spreadsheets.
Office Technician II: Under general supervision of a divisional manager, section supervisor or office manager, performs special project work and a variety of skilled technical duties in providing support services to professional and managerial staff. This is very responsible and specialized clerical work which requires independent judgment, the ability to establish and manage records and tracking systems, and initiative in reviewing for accuracy and completeness the systems established. This position requires a high school diploma or equivalency and four years’ work experience as a secretary or in a related clerical position. Experience and training must include records management, research, data entry and retrieval from computer terminals, and the use of personal computers to do word processing or spreadsheets. Education and experience may be substituted one for the other on a year-for-year basis.
Incumbent coordinates and oversees the collection, greenhouse propagation, and installation of native plant species on Trails & Natural Lands properties. Collects data and assists department management with technical support needed to advance various projects and initiatives. Performs analysis, prepares reports, and develops recommendations. Coordinates and assists with implementation of complex, multi-agency, large scale, and long-term department/division initiatives.
Note: This is a non-benefitted, part-time position that averages 10 hours per week, year-round.
Announcement: First application review will occur on April 1, 2019 at 8:00 a.m.. Only applications received prior to this date will be included in the review.
Candidates who apply for this position may be hired as a Police Officer I, II, or III based on experience. Candidates MUST HAVE a valid POST certificate to apply. NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY. Candidates must upload a copy of their resume and applicable POST certificate to complete their application.
Incumbents perform duties that consist primarily of actively preventing or detecting crime, providing security, community protection, and enforcement of criminal statutes or ordinances. Responds to situations involving threats to public safety and makes emergency decisions affecting the lives and health of others, including in circumstances and at times when personal life or personal safety may be at risk.
Incumbents who are classified at this level possess extensive knowledge of civic and criminal laws, ordinances, and regulations; law enforcement principles, practices and procedures; ability to mentor and train less experienced police officers.
Under the direction of the City Prosecutor, conducts prosecution in court proceedings on behalf of the City. Reviews evidence pertinent decisions, policies, regulations, and other legal matters pertaining to cases. Work is reviewed by the City Prosecutor or Senior Assistant City Prosecutor for adequacy of information and manner of presentation.
Applicants with 0-3 years of experience are preferred.
Reporting directly to the 911 Communications Bureau Deputy Director, incumbent has primary responsibility for monitoring and directing daily activities, staff and the 24-hour operations of the 911 Communications Bureau. Assists the Deputy Director in setting and carrying out the vision, mission, and objectives for emergency communications services, which includes receiving, dispatching, and routing calls for Police, Fire, EMS and Enhanced 911 services. Directs staffing and allocation of resources during major incidents and natural disasters. Performs administrative duties necessary to support and promote effective Bureau operations, including: delegation of staffing and work assignments; budget and grant request oversight and preparation; development of policies and procedures; purchase, maintenance and upgrade of systems software and equipment; employee training and records management.
Under close supervision, installs, tests, repairs, programs and calibrates water meters and records appropriate information.
Why Salt Lake City Corporation?
Salt Lake City is one of the nation’s best places to live, work and play. Maintaining that reputation as well as implementing new progressive solutions for sustainable growth, means that we need the best people working here. We’re looking for civic minded individuals who want meaningful work that will directly impact the city that we all love. When you join us, you will have the security and peace of mind that comes from a career in local government. We pride ourselves on our dedication to gender pay equity and a friendly and respectful atmosphere for all. Submit an application and see for yourself why Salt Lake City Corp. is the best place to work!
We choose only the very best to work for the residents of this great city — and we reward our hardworking employees with a generous benefits package.
- Medical+HSA/Dental/Vision/Life Insurance
- Medical Premium is only $16 a month for a single and $52 a month for a family
- Paid time off
- 12 vacation days + 11 paid holidays + 5 paid personal days
- Six weeks of paid parental leave to all new parents
- Tuition Reimbursement up to 4k dollars a year
- Pension or 401K with 10% of salary contributed by the city, no match required
- Dedicated Wellness Clinic for employees and their families
- Discounted Auto/Home/and Pet Insurance
- Employee Assistance Program
- Training and Development
Under the supervision of the Airport Operations Supervisor and the Airport Communications Support Manager provides the main communication link to all Salt Lake City Department of Airports personnel, area airports, airport tenants, and passengers traveling through the Salt Lake City International Airport. Dispatches airport police officers, fire fighters, the National Air Guard base, airport maintenance, and airside and landside officers. Operates various computer systems and programs including aviation specific systems, alarm systems and closed circuit TV. Receives emergency and non-emergency calls and information. Receives, directs, and coordinates all responses to mass casualty incidents, aircraft emergencies and other incidences in order to maintain safety, security, and efficient operations of the aviation airports operated by the Salt Lake City Department of Airports.
Working under general supervision of a Dispatch Communications Supervisor, incumbent receives incoming emergency and non-emergency calls requesting police, fire, and EMS assistance from the Salt Lake City 911 Communications Bureau. Operates telephone, radio and computer-aided dispatch (CAD) systems and dispatches emergency units and/or personnel in response to requests for assistance for either Police or Fire/EMS. Coordinates communications during field activity and relays information to appropriate department, public safety officials or other agencies.
This position may require non-traditional hours and overtime as needed to cover a 24-hour-per-day operation.
Assists Water Distribution Valve Operator in locating, chipping of asphalt, blowing debris from valve box, inspecting, and exercising water main valves in the city system, and making shutdowns for contractors and emergencies. Assists distribution operators and valve and hydrant crews in the general maintenance of the water distribution system. Reports to and relies on Water System Operation Supervisor or assigned field supervisor for guidance and job facilitation. This classification includes entry-level preventive maintenance and machine operation work. Persons in this position are subject to callback and overtime.
Balancing political interests with optimal economic returns, manages the City’s Property Office whose responsibilities include the acquisition, disposition, transfer and/or conveyance of the City’s real and personal property. Reports to the Deputy Director of Housing and Neighborhood Development.
Open until filled, may close at anytime without notification
Under the general supervision of the Compliance Enforcement Supervisor, provides dispatch, clerical staff support and basic technical assistance to a specialized function within the Compliance Division. This is specialized clerical work requiring skills in dispatching, filing, word processing, data entry, typing, and customer assistance.
This position requires you to work days, nights and weekends.
Salt Lake City has a vacant Software Engineering position available.The position may be filled at any level listed below, depending on the qualifications of the selected candidate. The salary range for the Software Engineer levels are as follows:
Software Engineer I: $50,370 - $59,259
Software Engineer II: $61,297 - $72,114
Software Engineer III: $78,234 - $92,040
Senior Software Engineer: $86,243 - $101,462
Under the direction of the Software Engineering Team Manager, incumbents in this job series are responsible for performing analysis, layout activities, and evaluation of user requirements for a variety of applications. A career ladder exists for this job series, and incumbents may be promoted based on knowledge, skills and abilities as defined by the department.
Plans and conducts preliminary studies of potential applications and prepares design proposals to reflect cost, time and alternative actions to satisfy existing and future needs. Translates detailed design specifications into an application, debugs, and conducts system testing. Modifies, maintains and updates existing applications. Serves on project teams as a resource in one or more specific subjects.
At the highest level, performs highly complex application design and analysis. Mentors and trains other Software Engineers.
Compliance Division Director
This is an appointed, at-will position without tenure and exempt from the career service system.
Seeking a dynamic and experienced executive level leader with strong organizational leadership, public policy and human management skills. The Compliance Program Director is a senior level, management position having full responsibility for parking enforcement, meter violations, vehicle impoundments, and even crossing guards. This position holds oversight of one the city's largest revenue producing divisions and actively manages a $3.5 million dollar budget. This position is accountable for all financial transactions, procurements and processes. The ideal candidate must be able to manage personnel who work independently in challenging conditions while maintaining public trust and accountability. Additionally, this position is expected to become an expert in the field and bring forward technology and operational innovations.
This position is located in Salt Lake City, Utah. As the capital city, SLC is a vibrant and urban center that benefits from a highly educated and engaged community. With a population of nearly 200,000 residents and covering nearly 110 square miles, this community enjoys all the attractions of a modern metropolitan city of culture, art, entertainment, public transportation and livable space. Utah is known for its unmatched accessibility to spectacular outdoor recreation.
This position manages the functions, operations, and personnel of the Compliance Program. The incumbent in this position will prepare the annual budget and help set revenue targets in coordination with the City’s Chief Financial Officer. Annual budgets will include performance metrics, initiatives, accomplishments, and goals that support the Mayor and Council priorities and that accomplish department directives.
Duties & Responsibilities
- Represent the Division policies and positions in meetings, negotiations, and communications with the public, citizen and industry groups, mayor and city council members, other government agencies, the media and other public forums within assigned areas of authority.
- Enforce City Code, make recommendations for code revisions, develop and implement policies and procedures, and pro-actively develop best management practices, performance measures, and evaluation systems.
- Assess, design, initiate, and measure business processes, technology solutions, and human capital strategies that drive both operational and fiscal improvements.
- Actively manage a $3.5 million budget and be accountable for all financial transactions, procurements, and processes ensuring they meet or exceed City policy.
- Support other City departments responsible for sustainability initiatives, transportation planning, and economic development.
- Demonstrate superior human capital management skills.
- Enforce City Code and interact with the public.
- Recruit, train, and develop employees through an ongoing performance management process that leads to both higher productivity and morale.
Any combination of experience and education that would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge and skills would be:
- Bachelor’s degree in Public Administration, Business Management or closely related degree, plus six (6) years progressively responsible experience managing public programs including a minimum four (4) years in a supervisory capacity. A combination of six (6) years of directly related program and/or management experience may be substituted for the required education.
- Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with elected officials, department heads, employees, and the public.
- Proficient in teamwork and communicating effectively with employees and stakeholder groups to achieve stated goals.
- Proficient in computer applications such as MS office and experience in use of parking enforcement systems or other similar code compliance and work management system.
- Understanding of enforcement codes and City’s parking enforcement codes or ability to quickly learn and apply City parking codes.
- Possession of a valid state driver’s license or Utah driving privilege card.
- An experienced manager who can motivate employees working in stressful situations.
- Participation in the Utah Retirement System that includes programs such as Pension, 401(k), and 457.
- 95% paid premiums in a High Deductible Health Plan.
- Dedicated Employee Health Clinic.
- Utah Transit Authority Pass.
- Professional Growth Programs.
- 11 paid holidays, 1 floating holiday.
- Paid vacation hours per pay period, escalating with time of service.
- Starting allocation of 40 hours of Personal Leave per calendar year, escalating with time of service.
Under the general administrative direction of the Mayor, incumbent heads the Department of Information Technology and sets the strategic direction for information technology for Salt Lake City Corporation. As a key member of the City’s executive team, oversees the development, implementation, and maintenance of information technology services, including: network infrastructure, network security, software engineering, software support, end-user devices, and digital media.
The incumbent must be a dynamic, visionary and transformative IT leader with a proven ability to act as a “change agent” in aligning IT services with the City’s strategic goals.
This is an appointed, at-will position without tenure and exempt from the career service system.
Open until filled
Reporting to the Technology Solution Team Leader, the Information Technology (IT) Project Manager manages the flow of data related to Information Technology projects and advances new initiatives from the department/division. Exercises discretion and independent judgment regarding matters of significance, specifically in relation to assigned projects. The primary goal of the IT Project Manager is to assist the department in “telling its story” to the administration and to the rest of the City departments.
Position open until filled.
Under the guidance of the Network Support Team Manager, the Network Support Administrator II coordinates and completes tasks pertaining to supporting customers that use City computer, phone, and data network resources. This includes planning, coordinating, installing, configuring and maintaining networked desktop computers, laptops, mobile devices, printers, phones, data equipment, and software for City departments. Responsibilities will also include providing onsite technical support at off-site buildings, working with the Software Support Team and the Software Engineering Team regarding software and application issues, working with the Network System Engineer Team in resolving issues involving network connectivity, throughput, and overall LAN performance, and mentoring and training Network Support Team I Administrators.
Various work schedules may be required to accommodate the hours that the Help Desk and onsite technical support staff are available for City customers. Occasional weekend work and on-call work may be required.