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Under supervision of a Fire Captain, the Lieutenant shall perform supervisory and skilled firefighting work, emergency first aid, hazardous materials incident management, search and rescue, and fire prevention duties on an assigned shift in the protection of life and property. The employee, in accordance with departmental regulations and instructions from a ranking officer, is responsible for the coordination, supervision, discipline and performance of firefighters, volunteer firefighters or other volunteer personnel, as assigned. The Lieutenant is responsible for the proper maintenance of fire apparatus, equipment, and facilities. Responsible for effectively and efficiently extinguishing a fire until relieved of command by a superior officer; work may involve considerable physical exertion and potential hazard to health and safety. Reports on administrative matters; at the scene of a fire may be under the command of a Fire Captain or other officer of higher rank. Exercises direct command over firefighters and fire-fighting equipment in the absence of a Captain.

By |2024-03-14T17:01:27-07:00February 12th, 2024|Comments Off on FIREFIGHTER- LIEUTENANT


Under general administrative direction, this position establishes, manages and implements effective communications and public involvement strategies to provide timely, accurate, and logical information to the community. The Community Engagement Specialist is responsible for overseeing and coordinating citywide communications and messages and facilitating information dissemination, expanding communication resources for outreach to the city and residents using existing and new technology and media. This position must apply a significant degree of initiative and independent judgment. Performs a variety of internal and external communication via content creation and through the dissemination of information via various platforms on behalf of the city.

By |2024-03-09T17:00:42-07:00February 7th, 2024|Comments Off on COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT SPECIALIST


Performs a variety of semi‑skilled and skilled maintenance work, and operates a variety of equipment in the construction, operation, repair, and maintenance of City water and sewer facilities and systems. May serve as a lead worker over lower level utility workers.

By |2024-03-14T17:01:27-07:00January 10th, 2024|Comments Off on EQUIPMENT OPERATOR I & II


Under general supervision, performs a variety of technical, paraprofessional, and clerical duties in support of the services and activities of the Infrastructure & Development Department; explains ordinances, requirements, city codes, and department procedures to building contractors, architects, engineers, builders, and the general public pertaining to land development and improvement, permit requests, and concerns; assists the public, higher level technical staff, and professional staff in the application process for building, planning, and engineering permits and other developmental processes; assists professional staff in processing construction plans for commercial and residential projects; enters data into the permit software system; evaluates plans for the purposes of establishing valuation and computing plan check and various other fees; issues over-the-counter permits; and performs related work as required.

By |2023-12-14T17:06:06-07:00November 13th, 2023|Comments Off on COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT SPECIALIST


Works with minimal supervision to perform a variety of routine and complex work to include the review of plats, site plans, and building permit submittals as well as on-site inspections to ensure that residential and commercial construction and existing buildings are in compliance with applicable codes and ordinances, and perform related work as required.

By |2023-08-31T17:00:41-07:00July 1st, 2023|Comments Off on BUILDING INSPECTOR I/II
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