SPECIAL MEETING WEDNESDAY 10-18-17

AGENDA SPECIAL MEETING 10-18-2017

 EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY~ NEW JOB LISTINGS~ TAKING APPLICATIONS FOR THE FOLLOWING POSITIONS:

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    THE CVCSD OFFICE IS OPEN FROM 8 AM TO 9 PM, MONDAY – THURSDAY. OFFICE IS CLOSED FRIDAYS

**PLEASE EMAIL COMPLETED APPLICATION TO: CVCSD3094@GMAIL.COM  OR  FAX TO: (805)475-2758 OR BRING INTO THE OFFICE DURING BUSINESS HOURS AT 13080 SODA LAKE ROAD, CALIFORNIA VALLEY,        CA 93453

 

GENERAL MANAGER

Job Description

  1. The General Manager is the Executive Officer of the District and for the Board of Directors. He/she administers the District and has exclusive management and control of the operations and works of the District, subject to the approval by the Board of Directors, and provides day-to-day leadership for the District.  He/she has general charge, responsibility and control over all property of the District.
  2. He/she attends all meetings of the District’s Board, and such other meetings as the Board specifies from time to time.
  3. He/she employs such assistants and other employees as he/she deems necessary for the property administration of the District and proper operation of the works of the district. He/she shall delegate authority at his/her discretion and has authority over and directs all employees, including terminating for cause or lack of worthwhile work.  His/her personnel management goal will be to provide a motivating work climate for District employees.
  4. He/she maintains cordial relations with all persons entitled to the services of the District, and attempts to resolve all public and employee complaints. He/she shall encourage citizen participation in the affairs of the District.
  5. He/she seeks to carry into effect the expressed policies of the Board of Directors, including planning the short, medium and long-term work program of the district, facilitating constructive and harmonious Board relations. He/she shall translate the goals and objectives of the Board to the community.
  6. He/she shall oversee the preparation and management of the District budget, conduct studies, and make oral and written presentations with Board approval.

Prerequisite Qualifications

  1. Graduation from an accredited college or university with a Associate’s degree in Public Administration, Planning, or Business Administration, Public Finance, Law or related field and /or two (2) years of experience in Business Administration.
  2. Possession of appropriate California operator’s license issued by the State Department of Motor Vehicles. Possession and proof of a good driving record as evidenced by freedom from multiple or serious traffic violations or accidents for at least two (2) years duration.  The driving record will not contribute to an increase in the District’s automobile rates.

Basic Work Hours:  8:00 AM to 4:00 PM, Monday through Thursday

Essential Job Duties

  1. Task: Supervises and manages all District employees (Physical Demand:Sitting; standing; speaking, hearing; close vision;  use of hands to finger, handle, or feel objects, tools or controls.)
  2. Task: Prepares the Board agendas (Physical Demand:Sitting; standing; speaking, hearing; close vision; use of hands to finger, handle, or feel objects, tools or controls.)
  3. Task: Attends Board meetings and other meetings as directed. (Physical Demand:Sitting; standing; walking; speaking, hearing; driving vehicle; close and distance vision; speaking; hearing; use of hands to finger, handle, or feel objects, tools or controls.)
  4. Task: Prepares hand written and typewritten reports, forms, questionnaires, etc., in response to inquiries or requirements of financial institutions and other county, state or federal agencies.(Physical Demand:Sitting; close vision; speaking; hearing; use of hands to finger, handle, or feel objects, tools or controls.)
  5. Task: Approves all District accounts payable invoices (Physical Demand: Sitting; close vision; use of hands to write and to finger, handle, or feel objects, tools or controls.)
  6. Task: Interacts with other special districts, county, state and federal agencies, to obtain information, and to respond to inquiries for information from same. (Physical Demand:Sitting; standing; walking; close and distance vision; speaking; hearing; driving vehicle.)
  7. Task: Communicates with District customers and members of the public having an interest in District affairs, to provide requested information and resolve complaints and/or problems. (Physical Demand:  Sitting; standing; walking; close vision; speaking; hearing.)

  8. Marginal Job Duties

    Task: Operation of telephone, two-way radio, cash register, computer, copier, fax machine, typewriter, printers and other related business machines, and accesses file cabinets and data storage facilities.Physical Demand:  Sitting; standing; stooping; bending; squatting; walking; occasionally lifting and carrying up to 25 lbs.; pushing; pulling; close vision; speaking; hearing; use of hands to finger, handle, feel objects, tools or controls.

    Environmental Demands:

Outside: Travels to do out-of-office business in a variety of weather conditions including, rain, snow to +100 degrees.

Inside: Usually works indoors in temperature-controlled environment.

Fumes/Gases: Exposure to various colognes/perfumes; infrequent exposure to fumes/dust from printing cartridges.

Noise/Vibration: Business/office machines.

         Mental Requirements:

Reading: Reads complex manuals and instructions for computer software and hardware, letters, reports, memos, messages, etc.

Writing: Writes reports, memos, messages, and fills out information forms.  Needs ability to use or quickly learn the latest version of Microsoft Word word-processing software.

Math: Ability to work with mathematical concepts such as algebra.  Ability to apply concepts such as fractions, percentages, ratios, and proportions to practical situations.  Ability to use or quickly learn Excel for Windows spreadsheet software.

Attention to Detail: High level concentration and attention to detail for extended periods of time required to produce reports and spreadsheets.

Repetition: Repetitive data entry to journals and computer system for accounting purposes.

Judgement: Ability to work independently, prioritize work and make decisions regarding correct formatting of work and implementation of same.  Ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions.  Ability to interpret an extensive variety of audit instructions in mathematical or verbal form, and deal with several abstract and concrete variables.  Ability to work with others and formulate appropriate instructions to achieve desired goals.

Social Skills:  Ability to relate cooperatively with members of the public, Directors, and District personnel on a constant and face-to-face basis.

Communication Skills: Ability to quickly organize and communicate thoughts orally, written or graphically.  Ability to understand communications from others.

HOURLY WAGE PAY LEVEL D.O.E: 20.93-24.88

PUBLIC WORKS WORKER I & II

Performs various types of unskilled to skilled work connected with the maintenance and repair of roads, drainage facilities, and other public works structures, such as erecting, loading and unloading trucks; spreading and tamping road materials and gravel; constructing, reconstructing, patching and repairing roads; cleaning culverts, drains and ditches; repairing and maintaining fences along District roads; operating equipment as needed; acts as flag person; does routine servicing of equipment; uses a variety of hand and power tools.  Also included, weeding, trimming and watering of landscape areas and other related duties at the District Building.

Under general supervision, performs a variety of unskilled to skilled work in all areas of public works at the journey worker level. In addition, incumbents in this classification operate a variety of heavy equipment such as motor graders, bulldozers, cranes, scrapers, spreaders, skip-loaders, and rollers as required on a temporary basis.

Has knowledge of tools, materials, methods and equipment used in public works construction, maintenance and repair activities such as roads, drainage facilities, and other public works facilities.

Possession of current DMV printout at time of interview.

Possession of the appropriate California driver’s license at the time of appointment.

DOT card, physical, and appropriate DMV license for each operator are to be included (copies) in operator personnel file.  CVCSD requires a periodic DOT physical.

Mental Requirements:

Ability to read and write English at a level required for successful job performance.

Ability to follow oral and written directions, keep simple records, work cooperatively with others, learn to perform duties of higher level positions.

Has education experience equivalent to one year experience at the Public Works Worker Level, including the setting up, driving, operating and controlling of a wide variety of specialized public works equipment or heavy trucks and truck tractor combinations.  May be required to operate the District Trash Truck Compactor.

Reads road maps, instructions, work orders, safety manuals, letters, reports, memos and messages.

Writing: Annotates work orders with materials used, equipment used, as-built facility information, hours worked, and descriptions of work done.

Math: Ability to perform basic math calculations. Ability to count and measure.

Attention to Detail: Medium-level concentration and attention to detail to produce an acceptable level of workmanship.

Repetition: Routine daily work practices

Judgment:Works under direct supervision; minimal judgment required

Social Skills: Ability to relate cooperatively with members of the public and District personnel.

Communication Skills: Ability to understand communications from others.  Ability to communicate all hand signals related to construction operations.

Task:Operates backhoe, end loader, truck-tractor combinations, and other heavy equipment as required (Physical Demands: Sitting, standing, walking, lifting, pushing, pulling, carrying (regularly up to 25 lbs., infrequently up to 100 lbs.,) kneeling, stooping, bending, squatting, close vision, use of hand and finger,  handle, or feel objects, tools or controls, driving vehicles.)

Environmental Demands:

Outside: Always works outside in a variety of weather conditions ranging from snow to + 100 degrees.

Inside: Seldom works indoors in temperature-controlled environment.

Fumes/Gases   Exposure to fumes from internal combustion engines; exposure to dust generated during construction operations; exposure to fumes from week control chemicals.

Noise/Vibration  Moderate exposure to noise, and minimal vibration from tools and equipment.

HOURLY WAGE PAY LEVEL D.O.E: PUBLIC WORKS WORKER I: 12.82-13.33

PUBLIC WORKS WORKER II: 13.87-16.29

PUBLIC WORKS WORKER III

Performs various types of unskilled to skilled work connected with the maintenance and repair of roads, drainage facilities, and other public works structures, such as erecting road signs, loading and unloading trucks; spreading and tamping road materials and gravel; constructing, reconstructing, patching and repairing roads; cleaning culverts, drains and ditches; repairing and maintaining fences along District roads; operating equipment as needed; acts as flag person; does routine servicing of equipment; uses a variety of hand and power tools.

Under general supervision, performs a wide variety of unskilled to skilled work in all areas of public works.. This is the highest level in this series, and the incumbents are responsible for setting up, driving, and operating, and controlling a wide variety of specialized public works equipment or heavy trucks and truck tractor combinations; as a major recurring assignment. Provide on-the-job training and project leadership to other career personnel as needed.

Has knowledge of tools, materials, methods and equipment used in public works construction, maintenance and repair activities such as roads, drainage facilities, and other public works facilities.

Possession of current DMV printout at time of interview.

Possession of the appropriate California driver’s license at the time of appointment.

DOT card, physical, and DMV appropriate license for each operator be included (copies) in operator personnel file and CVCSD require periodic DOT physical.

Task: Operates backhoe, end loader, truck tractor combinations, and other heavy equipment as required (Physical Demands: Sitting, standing, walking, lifting, pushing, pulling, carrying (regularly up to 25 lbs., infrequently up to 100 lbs.,) kneeling, stooping, bending, squatting, close vision, use of hand and finger,  handle, or feel objects, tools or controls, driving vehicles.)

Mental Requirements:

Ability to read and write English at a level required for successful job performance.

Ability to follow oral and written directions, keep simple records, work cooperatively with others, learn to perform duties of higher level positions.

Has education experience equivalent to one year experience at the Public Works Worker Level, including the setting up, driving, operating and controlling of a wide variety of specialized public works equipment or heavy trucks and truck tractor combinations.  May be required to operate the District Trash Truck Compactor.

Reads road maps, instructions, work orders, safety manuals, letters, reports, memos and messages.

Writing: Annotates work orders with materials used, equipment used, as-built facility information, hours worked, and descriptions of work done.

Math: Ability to perform basic math calculations. Ability to count and measure.

Attention to Detail: Medium-level concentration and attention to detail to produce an acceptable level of workmanship.

Repetition: Routine daily work practices

Judgment:Works under direct supervision; minimal judgment required

Social Skills: Ability to relate cooperatively with members of the public and District personnel.

Communication Skills: Ability to understand communications from others.  Ability to communicate all hand signals related to construction operations.

Environmental Demands:

Outside: Always works outside in a variety of weather conditions ranging from snow to + 100 degrees.

Inside: Seldom works indoors in temperature-controlled environment.

Fumes/Gases:Exposure to fumes from internal combustion engines; exposure to dust generated during construction operations; exposure to fumes from week control chemicals.

Noise/Vibration: Moderate exposure to noise, and minimal vibration from tools and equipment.

HOURLY WAGE PAY LEVEL D.O.E

PUBLIC WORKS WORKER III:15.02- 17.69

 

EQUIPMENT OPERATOR

Performs various types of unskilled to skilled work connected with the maintenance and repair of roads, drainage facilities, and other public works structures, such as erecting road signs, loading and unloading trucks; spreading and tamping road materials and gravel; constructing, reconstructing, patching and repairing roads; cleaning culverts, drains and ditches; repairing and maintaining fences along District roads; operating equipment as needed; acts as flag person; does routine servicing of equipment; uses a variety of hand and power tools.

Under general supervision,  performs work in all areas of public works   In addition, incumbents in this classification operate a variety of specialized public works equipment or heavy trucks and truck tractor combinations or heavy equipment as required.

Has knowledge of tools, materials, methods and equipment used in public works construction, maintenance and repair activities such as roads, drainage facilities, and other public works facilities.

Possession of current DMV printout at time of interview.

Mental Requirements:

Same requirements as Public Works Workers I, II, and III

Ability to read and write English at a level required for successful job performance.

Ability to follow oral and written directions, keep simple records, work cooperatively with others, learn to perform duties of higher level positions.

Shall be responsible for acting in compliance with regulations regarding practices at the landfill.

Has education / experience equivalent to one year experience at the Public Works Worker II level, including training equivalent to one year’s experience in the operation of a variety of heavy equipment such as tractor trailers, bulldozers, skip-loaders or cranes.

HOURLY WAGE PAY LEVEL D.O.E

EQUIPMENT OPERATOR: 17.69-22.81

GROUNDSKEEPER 

Cutting lawns, trimming, watering and weeding of all landscaped areas and other related duties in and around the District Facilities.  Hours are as needed.

Task: Applies weed control chemicals to ditch banks and around above ground District Facilities.

Physical Demand:Sitting; standing; walking; lifting, pushing, pulling and carrying (regularly up to 25 lbs., frequently up to 50 lbs., and infrequently up to 100 lbs.) kneeling; stooping; bending; squatting; close vision; distance vision; use of hands to finger, handle, or feel objects, tools or controls; driving vehicle.

Task: Assist in the maintenance, repair and/or replacement of pumps, motors, valves,etc.

Physical Demand:  Sitting, standing, walking, lifting, pushing, pulling and carrying (regularly up to 25 lbs., frequently up to 50 lbs. and up to 100 lbs.,) kneeling; stooping; bending, squatting close vision; distance, use of hands to finger, handle, or feel objects, tools or controls

Mental Requirements:

Same requirements as Public Works Workers I, II, and III

HOURLY WAGE PAY LEVEL D.O.E

GROUNDSKEEPER: 12.82-15.02