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Under general supervision of a technical systems program manager, maintenance superintendent or assigned manager assists in the design, implementation, operation and maintenance of specifically assigned electronic or security related program(s) in the airport.   Responsible for performing skilled security technician work in the service, repair, alteration, installation, and maintenance of security related systems in an aviation environment. Resolving immediate operational, security and/or safety concerns is a vital role in this position. Maintaining a preventive maintenance program for tracking of security related repairs and testing.   The technician is also required to assist with electronic hardware for various other aviation related systems. Due to the nature of the airport security, confidentiality of work related information and material are required.
Requisition ID
2020-4811
Department
AIRPORT
Post End Date
10/14/2020
Responsible for the efficient day‑to‑day operation of a major section within the Airport or City Fleet Management Divisions. Reports directly to the assigned Fleet Operations Manager. This is highly skilled supervisory work with technical responsibilities.
Requisition ID
2020-4806
Department
AIRPORT
Post End Date
10/12/2020
Under general supervision of a technical systems program manager, maintenance superintendent or assigned manager assists in the design, implementation, operation and maintenance of specifically assigned electronic or security related program(s) in the airport.   Responsible for performing skilled security technician work in the service, repair, alteration, installation, and maintenance of security related systems in an aviation environment. Resolving immediate operational, security and/or safety concerns is a vital role in this position. Maintaining a preventive maintenance program for tracking of security related repairs and testing.   The technician is also required to assist with electronic hardware for various other aviation related systems. Due to the nature of the airport security, confidentiality of work related information and material are required.
Requisition ID
2020-4803
Department
AIRPORT
Post End Date
10/12/2020
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.
Requisition ID
2020-4802
Department
911 BUREAU
Post End Date
10/24/2020
    Interested applicants must submit a resume and cover letter. The cover letter should be no more than 600 words describing why you are interested in the position and how you meet the position qualifications. Address letters to Felicia Baca, Arts Council Director.  We recommend you combined your cover letter and resume as one document file and attach your file under the resume section of your application when prompted.    We are looking for an Assistant Director to support our Arts Council to become a major contributor to a strong day-to-day leadership presence for program managers (3-4 staff). The candidate selected for this role will oversee the day-to-day administration required to accomplish the Arts Division/Salt Lake City Arts Council’s Strategic Plan, as well as direct staff activities, and coordinate with the Board.  This role includes developing internal organizational processes, systems and infrastructure, and special projects with the goal of supporting organizational growth. In addition responsibilities include multiple and varied operational, finance, grants writing and development, contract management, and administrative responsibilities in a dynamic environment with overlapping and changing priorities.   Learn more about the Salt Lake City Arts Council here: http://saltlakearts.org/.   This is a full-time benefited position. Learn more about our benefits here: Salt Lake City Benefits   Generally we hire between the minimum ($28.01) and market rate ($38.34); however, the top pay rate for this pay grade is $48.47/hr. 
Requisition ID
2020-4801
Department
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
Post End Date
10/23/2020
This position involves collecting culinary water samples for the Public Utilities Department. Sample collection may also involve source water, soil, plant tissue and macro-invertebrates. Perform routine analyses with or without supervision. This position reports to the Regulatory Program Manager.
Requisition ID
2020-4799
Department
PUBLIC UTILITIES
Post End Date
10/16/2020
Under the direction of an Airport Maintenance Manager, incumbent performs the specialized duties required to support the operations and maintenance of the Airport’s Glycol Waste Reclamation Facility and Glycol Collection/Conveyance System. Monitors, troubleshoots and operates equipment necessary to ensure that glycol waste is processed in a safe, compliant, efficient and quality conscience manner. Performs lab analysis and quality control to ensure that permit requirements, specifications and customer needs are met. As necessary, directs and supervises the performance of onsite contractors assigned to complete repairs. Keeps a written log of equipment maintenance and repairs. Maintains and provides oversight of the Pretreatment, Mechanical Vapor Recompression (MVR), Fractional Distillation Column, and Aircraft Deicing Conveyance systems.
Requisition ID
2020-4798
Department
AIRPORT
Post End Date
10/2/2020
Under the direction of airport senior supervisors and facilities supervisors, serves as an equipment operator performing skilled/semiskilled level work in a wide variety of facilities and crafts required to maintain the Department of Airports airfield and grounds maintenance functions.  Operates and trains co-workers on the safe and proper use of all construction/snow removal and other miscellaneous equipment used to perform all required maintenance needs.  General duties include maintaining the airports airfield and grounds facilities; i.e., maintenance of all concrete and asphalt surfaces, cleaning terminal and airfield areas using proper tools and equipment.  Performs cleaning, sweeping, garbage removal, fence repair and installation, airfield moving, pavement marking, asphalt/concrete repairs and installation, sub-drainage cleaning or repairs, demolition/construction needs and irrigation/landscaping maintenance.  Maintains and prepares equipment for use, performs preventive maintenance such as inspections, cleaning, and lubrication on construction and snow removal equipment.  Adjusts and changes equipment attachments as needed.
Requisition ID
2020-4794
Department
AIRPORT
Post End Date
10/25/2020
  We are looking for a Social Work Manager to evaluate the needs of the community and social work services. This role we be responsible for assessing and directing police social work responses to: citizen needs, implementing treatment plans as appropriate to assist client and/or families with problems such as homelessness, mental and chronic illness, substance abuse, loss of job, poverty, personal and family adjustment, and criminal behavior.    The position requires a strong focus on assertive community outreach and interventions with the homeless population in Salt Lake City.  The ideal candidate must have the ability and skills necessary to work with the general public in a positive, friendly, and professional manner. The successful candidate must also possess leadership skills that will motivate, positively influence, and constructively organize and direct the day to day activities of the employees of the Community Connections Center.
Requisition ID
2020-4791
Department
POLICE
Post End Date
10/9/2020
  We are looking for a Licensed Clinical Social Worker/Clinical Mental Health Counselor to provide immediate crisis intervention and clinical case management services to citizens and/or their families, along with assistance to prevent the intersection or further intersection with the criminal justice system. These citizens and/or their families may have the following problems: homelessness, substance abuse/dependence, mental and/or chronic health illnesses, domestic violence, employment issues, poverty, being a victim of crime, and access to other basic necessities.   In this role you must be willing to work closely with the entire team of the Salt Lake City Police Department, engage with external service providers on a regular basis and have the ability and skills necessary to work with the general public in a positive, friendly, and professional manner.
Requisition ID
2020-4789
Department
POLICE
Post End Date
10/9/2020
With minimal supervision, this position provides administrative and secretarial support to division or work unit. Researches topics and policies and practices as needed to facilitate operational goals. Advises team leaders and others on developments that are important to or may impact division. Prepares payroll, collects data, exchanges information and answers phone.  Relieves management of administrative routine by handling such items as minor purchasing, inventory, travel, and meeting arrangements and schedules.   This position requires some independent judgment and decision making, and effective oral and written communication skill is essential.
Requisition ID
2020-4788
Department
COMMUNITY AND NEIGHBORHOODS
Post End Date
10/5/2020
  Trails & Natural Lands Senior Natural Resources Technicians are responsible for the overall care and stewardship of natural areas, trails and other public properties within Salt Lake City’s open space lands system. Senior Natural Resource Technicians supervise crews performing maintenance of native vegetation and landscape areas, control of noxious weeds, ecological restoration and enhancement, maintenance of natural and urban trails and trail amenities, litter cleanup, and various other tasks as assigned.
Requisition ID
2020-4782
Department
PUBLIC SERVICES
Post End Date
10/1/2020
  Under the guidance of the Director of ITS, the Network Engineering Team Manager, or a Network Engineer III, oversees the daily activities of the citywide data and communications networks.  Responsible for performing professional Network Systems, engineering assignments, including analyzing systems, planning, designing, evaluating and selecting operating systems and associated hardware.  Resolves interoperability problems to obtain operations across all platforms including:  E-mail, File Servers, file transfers, Systems Infrastructure and Backup systems. Configures systems to meet the needs of the user environments.  Supports acquisition of hardware and software as well as vendor services as needed.  Conducts assignments of considerable complexity pertaining to the evaluation and development of network systems applications. Responsible to mentor and train incumbents in other positions such as Network Systems Engineer I, Network Support Administrators and Field Services employees.  
Requisition ID
2020-4779
Department
INFORMATION MANAGEMENT SERVICES
Post End Date
10/9/2020
  This job opening is for an hourly, part-time, grant-funded position.  The hours for this position are variable.  At your supervisor's discretion, you may work up to 28 hours per week. This position is not eligible for health benefits.    Consistent with City policy, this is a part-time position.  As such, during the entire duration of your potential employment, you would be an "at-will" employee. "At will" employment means that the City may discharge you at any time for any or no reason and, similiarly, you may resign your employmetn with the City at any time for any or no reason.    Additionally, as noted above, this position is funded by a grant.  Meaning the your employment would end by no later than the grant end date.  If additional grant funding is secured, your employment may be extended beyond the original grant end date. However, you would remain an "at will" employee even if your employment is extended beyond the original grant end date.  Currently, this position is funded through July 31, 2021.    We are looking for an Hourly Youth Support Specialist to work in collaboration with the Salt Lake City Police Department, Salt Lake City School District, and community organizations, incumbent provides case management and direct client services to promising youth and their families who reside in Salt Lake City.  They will engage with youth identified and referred to the Promising Youth Project, or similar project, for prevention, intervention, support, and referral to appropriate services. The specialist will utilize culturally specific skills to meet youth where they are at, in order to provide information, connection, and programming, while guiding youth in healthy decision making. Implements evidence-based practices and curriculum associated with the Promising Youth Project, or similar project. Applies program components including intake, referral, and case management up to and including graduation. Assists in community education and resource development.
Requisition ID
2020-4776
Department
POLICE
Post End Date
10/4/2020
  Announcement: The testing and selection process ftimeline for this job posting has not been developed.  Due to COVID-19 we can not be sure when testing will begin or we will be hiring for this position.  We will post any updates here.  It is anticipated we will not hire for this position until after February 2021. This position is subject to close at anytime without notice. We recommend applying right away to ensure you do not miss an unexpected application deadline.    This is an entry level position - NO EXPERIENCE REQUIRED.   The NPOST exam is NO LONGER REQUIRED.   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 or Flex Account - Medical Premium is only $9.79 biweekly for single coverage and $29.38 biweekly for a family coverage - 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 Employees at this level perform entry-level police functions. Assigned duties will consist primarily of actively preventing or detecting crime, providing security, community protection, and enforcement of criminal statutes or ordinances. Employees will respond to situations involving threats to public safety and make 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.
Requisition ID
2020-4770
Department
POLICE
  Announcement:This position is subject to close at anytime without notice.    We are looking for two Hourly Computer Center Assistants to assist with basic computer instruction. In this position you will support and assist youth and adults with knowledge of resources necessary to help pursue their interests and build upon their skills and talents.  
Requisition ID
2020-4769
Department
PUBLIC SERVICES
Reporting to the Preventive Maintenance Supervisor or maintenance supervisor, determines, performs and directs the preventive maintenance and protective fluid service of stationary process equipment such as large engine/generator sets, compressors and pumps.  Although supervisory duties are not routinely required of this position, occasional lead-person assignments should be expected.   Position will remain open until filled. 
Requisition ID
2020-4753
Department
PUBLIC UTILITIES
Incumbent performs a variety of duties required to maintain the cleanliness of assigned golf course grounds, gardens, equipment and buildings including mowing, aerating and weeding turf, cleaning restrooms, picking up trash, raking leaves, clearing sidewalks, and removing debris.  Operated various types of handheld and light mechanical equipment including mowers, sweepers, blowers, and other grounds maintenance equipment.  Performs other duties as assigned. This is unskilled maintenance work.
Requisition ID
2020-4751
Department
PUBLIC SERVICES
Post End Date
11/8/2020
Operates and maintains various types of sewage treatment plant equipment or pretreatment plant equipment to meet permit and environmental requirements.  Monitors and gauges systems and makes adjustments according to instructions.  Performs general cleanup of plant process units and grounds.  Performs routine tests, changes chlorine cylinders, makes adjustments to chlorination systems and other chemical feed systems. Provides training, coaching and mentoring to Operator I and II’s. Assists in developing Standard Operating Information (SOI) documents. Assists Operators through required WRF Work Station Competencies. Position is required to work shift work on a rotating schedule as assigned.   Position will remain open until filled. 
Requisition ID
2020-4745
Department
PUBLIC UTILITIES
  We are looking for Seasonal Youth and Family Group Facilitators to provide on-going leadership and supervision for groups of school ages children in an extended day/extended year program. Afternoon and evening hours are required.
Requisition ID
2020-4725
Department
PUBLIC SERVICES
Post End Date
12/31/2020

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