Document 401439

Human Resources Department
City of Hobbs
200 E. Broadway
Hobbs, NM 88240
Ph: (575) 397-9230 Fax: (575) 397-9212
Email: [email protected]
www.hobbsnm.org
This bulletin, updated on a weekly basis, lists our current job vacancies. A City of Hobbs Application is available in the Human
Resources Department, and may be returned to the same office or mailed to the address above. A resume will only be accepted
with a fully completed City of Hobbs application packet. Our office hours are Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
mountain time.
Positions will be posted for at least five (5) New Mexico Department of Labor working days and may be closed at any time
thereafter. The Human Resources Department bulletin board is the official posting. APPLICANTS WILL BE REQUIRED TO
UNDERGO AND PASS A CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE TEST IF A CONDITIONAL OFFER OF EMPLOYMENT IS EXTENDED.
Applicants may undergo a criminal history background, reference check and polygraph examination; upon a conditional job offer a
drug screen, agility test, functional capacity evaluation, psychological evaluation and medical screening will be conducted. Some
convictions or deferred adjudication may be considered a contraindication for employment with the City of Hobbs. Employees who
are required to possess a commercial drivers license (CDL) are required to undergo alcohol and controlled substance testing which
include pre-employment (controlled substance only), post-accident, reasonable suspicion, return to duty, follow-up and random
testing. The City of Hobbs is an Equal Opportunity Employer and a Drug-Free work place. Reasonable accommodations may be
made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the non-essential functions. We ask that you not contact the personnel
responsible for interviewing the position of which you are applying; instead, wait for us to contact you. Please ensure the Human
Resources Department has your present points of contact. All applicants may not be interviewed.
SELECTION GUIDELINES
Formal application, review of education and experience; oral interview and reference check; job related tests may be required. The
City of Hobbs requires applicants applying for a clerical position to take a typing, keyboard skills and 10-key test upon return of
application to the Human Resources Department. This test is conducted by the Human Resources Office. The testing hours are
Monday thru Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. and from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. Test results, pass or fail, are valid for six (6)
months. Applicants may retest every seven (7) calendar days.
Applications are position specific. An applicant may apply for one position on a single application form; any additional or new
positions must have a new application submitted.
The duties listed 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.
Revised Publishing Date: 10/30/14
Regular Full-Time Positions
Accounting Clerk – Finance#592
Accounts Payable Technician – Finance#223
Apprentice Plumber – Utilities#544
Automotive Tech Senior – Garage#422
Cemetery Maintenance Worker – Parks#178
Control Operator – Utilities#343
Electrical Inspector – CS#272
Equipment Operator – Streets#165
Express Transportation Driver – Express#175
GIS Manager – GIS#410
Golf Course Maintenance Worker – Golf#276 INTERNAL ONLY
Grant Writer – Exec#440
Horticulturist – Parks#400
Parks Construction Worker – Parks# 494
Parks Maintenance Lead Worker – Parks#330
Parks Maintenance Lead Worker (Golf) – Golf#897
Parks Maintenance Worker (Golf) – Golf#251
Pesticide Technician – Parks#376
Project Manager – Eng#202
Regular Full-Time Positions (cont.)
Records Technician – Police#349
Utilities Maintenance Worker – Utilities#268
Utility Superintendent – Utilities#285
Regular Part-Time Positions
Golf Operations Coordinator – Golf#478
Golf Shop Clerk – Golf#472
Player’s Services Attendant – Golf#475
Regular Full-Time Public Safety Positions
Certified Firefighter-EMT – Fire#2014-6
Certified Police Officer – Police#2014-3
Detention Officer – Police#199
Driver Engineer – Fire#105 INTERNAL ONLY
EMS Specialist – Fire#129
Non-Certified Firefighter-EMT – Fire#2014-6
Non-Certified Police Officer – Police#2014-3
Temporary/Seasonal Positions
Seasonal Golf General Laborer – Golf#785
Wastewater General Laborer – Utilities#867
Water Production General Laborer – Utilities#320
Apply: Human Resources Department
City of Hobbs
200 E. Broadway
Hobbs, NM 88240
Voice: (575) 397-9230
FAX: (575) 397-9212
Email: [email protected]
AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER \ SMOKE & DRUG FREE WORKPLACE
Accounting Clerk #592
Finance
$12.33 per hour to $14.18 per hour (DOE) (Hiring Range)
$12.33 per hour to $20.49per hour (Full Range)
SHIFT: 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. – Monday thru Friday
POSTED: October 30, 2014 – Position will remain open until filled and may close any time 5 days after the posting date.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES
To manage and maintain lodgers tax awards and payments on a daily basis and to assist in other accounting
tasks as needed and assigned. This may include accounts receivables, fixed assets, travel, and payroll
audits as well as other miscellaneous projects as necessary.
Count cash daily for the Clerk’s office and the Motor Vehicle Department and prepare bank deposit. Verify
that receipts have been coded correctly to ensure information on the G/L is accurate and in balance.
Prepare and mail check to the State of New Mexico Motor Vehicle Department.
Provide backup support for other personnel in the department.
PREFERRED MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
Education and Experience:
High school diploma or equivalent. Knowledge of general accounting principles preferred. Previous
accounting experience preferred.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
(A)
(B)
(C)
Ability to learn and utilize Excel, Word, Outlook, and the Central Accounting Software.
Ability to perform duties with a high degree of attention to detail and with a high degree of accuracy.
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with the Finance staff and general
public.
LICENSING AND CERTIFICATIONS
(A)
Valid state issued driver’s license.
Apply: Human Resources Department
City of Hobbs
200 E. Broadway
Hobbs, NM 88240
Voice: (575) 397-9230
FAX: (575) 397-9212
Email: [email protected]
AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER \ SMOKE & DRUG FREE WORKPLACE
Accounts Payable Technician #223
Finance
$14.57 per hour to $16.75 per hour (DOE) (Hiring Range)
$14.57 per hour to $24.23 per hour (Full Range)
SHIFT: 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. - Monday thru Friday
POSTED: October 10, 2014 – Position will remain open until filled and may close any time 5 days after the posting date.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES
Maintains, prepares and enters invoices, purchase orders, travel requests, petty cash reimbursements, and
refunds for weekly payables. Ensures that purchase orders match with invoices and invoices with check
requests. Keys travel requests into the system for payment. Verifies that all documents have correct codes
and are signed by authorized personnel. Verifies that all previous payments have been paid correctly.
Manually types checks as needed. Sets up new vendor or refund accounts and updates for existing account
information.
Enters all large payables in a spreadsheet to ensure entries are applied to the correct department and
verifies any unusual changes in current bills before payment is made.
Researches any accounts payable or past due invoices for vendors. Reconciles monthly vendor statements.
Assists all departments with purchase orders and invoices and determines the method of payment. Assists
department heads with corrections or changes regarding account information.
PREFERRED MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
Education and Experience:
Graduation from high school or GED equivalent, with knowledge of general accounting principles
preferred.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
(A)
(B)
(C)
Ability to learn Quattro Pro, Excel and Microsoft Word software.
Ability to perform duties with a high degree of attention to detail with a high degree of accuracy.
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with Finance staff and vendors.
LICENSING AND CERTIFICATIONS
(A)
Valid state issued driver’s license.
**Successful completion of a 10-Key, Excel, and Accounts Payable test will be required for all
finalists selected through the interview portion.
Apply: Human Resources Department
City of Hobbs
200 E. Broadway
Hobbs, NM 88240
Voice: (575) 397-9230
FAX: (575) 397-9212
Email: [email protected]
AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER \ SMOKE & DRUG FREE WORKPLACE
Apprentice Plumber #544
Utilities
$15.45 per hour to $17.77 per hour (DOE) (Hiring Range)
$15.45 per hour to $25.69per hour (Full Range)
SHIFT: 7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. - Monday thru Friday
POSTED: October 23, 2014 – Position will remain open until filled and may close any time 5 days after the posting date.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES
Assist journeyman plumber in maintaining, repairing or installing plumbing work for city pools,
buildings, water and wastewater lines, lift stations and treatment plant, reservoir pumps, lavatory
systems and fixtures. Ensures compliance with applicable Uniform Plumbing Codes regarding
plumbing installation, service, and repair activities. Maintains daily activity logs and maintenance
records on assigned equipment. Performs calculations to prepare material and work sites for
installation, maintenance or repair, such as pipe dimensions, line layout, ditch and line grading,
angles and distances. Inspects and repairs leaks, obstructions, and general system failures. Installs,
maintains and repairs potable water systems such as faucets, flushometers, drinking fountains, pipes,
valves, and pumps; water waste systems such as toilets, strainers, traps, cleanouts, and interceptors;
natural gas systems such as flex lines and heaters. Inspects and repairs worn out or loose fixtures
and potential gas leaks; hot water supply systems installing a variety of fixtures used to provide hot
potable water including water heaters and boilers. Services or replaces components, switches,
mechanical seals in pumps, traps, hose bibs, backflow devices, screens, lines, r/o units, ice
machines, furnaces, and a/c units. Responds to emergencies to confine, resolve, and/or prevent
flooding or other hazardous conditions. Fulfills on-call duties as scheduled.
PREFERRED MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
Education and Experience:
Graduation from high school or GED equivalent, with one year of plumbing experience.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
(E)
(F)
(G)
(H)
(I)
(J)
(K)
(L)
Working knowledge of equipment, facilities, materials, methods and procedures used in plumbing
installation, alteration, and repair work.
Knowledge of plumbing systems, gas pipefitting, air conditioning, and heating systems.
Knowledge of installation, repair and maintenance of pressure reducing/sustaining valves and altitude
control valves.
Some knowledge of water and sewer systems.
Ability to learn Uniform Plumbing Codes.
Ability to plan and lay out plumbing work.
Ability to work from sketches, diagrams, blueprints, plans and specifications.
Ability to sweat weld pipe joints.
Ability to work after hours, weekends, and holidays.
Ability to effectively communicate orally and in writing.
Ability to understand, follow and transmit written and oral instructions.
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with all City Departments and general
public.
LICENSING AND CERTIFICATIONS
(A)
(B)
Ability to obtain EPA Refrigerant certification.
Valid state issued driver’s license. Class A CDL with tanker endorsement or ability to obtain within six
(6) months of employment.
Apply: Human Resources Department
City of Hobbs
200 E. Broadway
Hobbs, NM 88240
Voice: (575) 397-9230
FAX: (575) 397-9212
Email: [email protected]
AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER \ SMOKE & DRUG FREE WORKPLACE
Automotive Technician Senior #422
Garage
$20.88 per hour to $24.01 per hour (DOE)(Hiring Range)
$20.88 per hour to $34.72 per hour (Full Range)
SHIFT: 7:00am – 4:00pm; Monday thru Friday
POSTED: September 25, 2014 – Position will remain open until filled and may close any time 5 days after the posting date.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES
Serves as a mechanic for light, medium, or heavy vehicles and equipment. Inspects, diagnoses, repairs, maintains, or
replaces components. Performs overhauls, major or minor repairs such as tune-ups, oil-changes, battery replacement,
brake jobs, lubricates and services automobiles or equipment, changes or repairs tires and/or tubes. Makes service
calls to job sites; evaluates and troubleshoots, makes adjustments or performs on-site repairs. Troubleshoots and
performs repairs using engine analyzers and electronic scan equipment. Interprets computer fault codes. Detects faulty
items, determines cause of malfunction, and determine best repair method. Takes equipment apart to inspect, repair, or
modify various components and systems; reassembles equipment. Examines parts for damage, using gauges and
meters. Cleans parts by soaking them in solvent or spraying them. Utilizes welding equipment to weld broken frames
or parts. Tests repaired automotive or equipment for proper operation and safety.
PREFERRED MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
Education and Experience:
Graduation from high school or GED equivalent, with specialized training in mechanics, plus five years of
experience in maintenance management of automotive equipment and small engine repair.
Skills, Knowledge and Abilities:
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
(E)
(F)
(G)
(H)
(I)
(J)
(K)
Knowledge of construction, assembly, adjustment and maintenance of a wide variety of auto, truck,
maintenance and construction equipment.
Knowledge of combustible, diesel or gasoline engines, transmissions, valves and generators, hydraulic
systems, electrical systems, etc.
Knowledge of computers and systems used in automotive service and repair.
Basic knowledge of hydraulic circuitry, cylinders and motors.
Ability to operate a variety of hand, power and pneumatic tools to repair light to heavy-duty equipment. Ability
to operate a hydraulic press and drill press.
Ability to perform welding and metalworking projects on equipment.
Ability to read and comprehend schematics.
Ability to work independently and to complete daily activities according to work schedule.
Ability to effectively communicate orally and in writing.
Ability to understand, follow and transmit written and oral instructions.
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with all City department personnel and general
public.
LICENSING AND CERTIFICATIONS
(A)
(B)
Valid state issued driver’s license with CDL endorsement.
Must possess and maintain Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) Certification.
1. Engine Repair
2. Engine Performance
3. Brakes
4. Electrical and Electronic Systems
5. Two additional elective fields
Apply: Human Resources Department
City of Hobbs
200 E. Broadway
Hobbs, NM 88240
Voice: (575) 397-9230
FAX: (575) 397-9212
Email: [email protected]
AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER \ SMOKE & DRUG FREE WORKPLACE
Cemetery Maintenance Worker #178
Cemetery
$11.84 per hour to $13.62 per hour (DOE) (Hiring Range)
$11.84 per hour to $19.65 per hour (Full Range)
SHIFT: 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. – Monday thru Friday
POSTED: September 25, 2014 – Position will remain open until filled and may close any time 5 days after the posting date.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES
Prepares burial sites and monument placements and performs interments/disinterment, grave
openings, and restorations. Assists the public via phone or in person regarding burial needs and
cemetery services for four municipal cemeteries. Accompanies the public on tour and visual
inspection of available lots. Communicates with engineering staff in surveying lots and Clerk’s office
with information confirming interments and verifying lot ownership and availability. Coordinates with
funeral homes in scheduling services and providing information regarding the service. Coordinates
with monument companies for the setting of markers. Backfills graves as needed. Performs duties
such as mowing, weed eating, edging, seeding, fertilizing, laying sod, aerating, tree and shrub
pruning, applying pesticides and herbicides around cemetery grounds, maintaining flowerbeds,
cleaning ponds, picking up trash barrels and litter from cemetery grounds and fence lines. Performs
general housekeeping in office area, Family Room, Chapel and bathrooms. Performs routine repairs
and maintenance of assigned equipment. Operates mowers, weed eaters, edgers, blowers,
spreaders, hand tools, sprayers, casket carrier, and other equipment as needed. Operates heavy
equipment such as a backhoe, dump truck, maxi-dump, gators, tractor, and compactor.
PREFERRED MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
Education and Experience:
Graduation from high school or GED equivalent, with experience in grounds maintenance, including
some experience in general facilities maintenance preferred.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
(E)
(F)
(G)
(H)
(I)
Working knowledge of equipment, materials and supplies used in maintenance of parks, grounds,
and related facilities.
Basic knowledge of basic water hydraulics, turf, soil and tree water requirements.
Basic knowledge of pesticides/herbicide sprays used in the control of common insects, rodents and
weed pests.
Ability to work in confined spaces.
Ability to operate a backhoe and dump truck.
Ability to work independently and to complete daily activities according to work schedule.
Ability to effectively communicate orally.
Ability to understand, follow and transmit written and oral instructions.
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with Parks, Recreation, & Community
Affairs personnel, funeral homes, monument representatives, and general public.
LICENSING AND CERTIFICATIONS
(A)
(B)
(C)
Valid state issued driver’s license.
Ability to obtain and maintain New Mexico Department of Agriculture Pesticide Applicator’s license.
Ability to obtain backhoe certification.
Apply: Human Resources Department
City of Hobbs
200 E. Broadway
Hobbs, NM 88240
Voice: (575) 397-9230
FAX: (575) 397-9212
Email: [email protected]
AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER \ SMOKE & DRUG FREE WORKPLACE
Certified Firefighter-EMT/Paramedic #2014-6
Fire
Pay Ranges: See Below
Sunday thru Saturday – 24 hour shifts
24 hours on; 48 hours off (based on 2,920 hours duty time per year)
POSTED: October 22, 2014 – Position will remain open until filled and may close any time 5 days after the posting date.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES
FIREFIGHTER - $12.76 per hour to $18.01 per hour; Yearly Salary: $37,259.20 - $52,589.20 (Full Range) (DOE)
Protects life and property by performing firefighting, rescue, emergency medical care, hazardous materials mitigation, fire prevention
and public education duties. Maintains fire and EMS equipment, apparatus, and facilities.
PARAMEDIC - $15.30 per hour to $21.62 per hour; Yearly Salary: $44,676.00 – $63,130.40 (Full Range) (DOE)
Protects life and property by performing emergency medical care at the ALS level, including Advanced Cardiac Life Support, fire
fighting, rescue, hazardous materials mitigation, fire prevention and public education duties. Maintain EMS and fire equipment,
apparatus, and facilities.
PREFERRED MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
Education and Experience – FIREFIGHTER
Reached the age of majority (18 years of age). Must hold a High School diploma or GED at date of hire.
Prefer thirty six (36) college credit hours or two (2) years general verifiable and proven paid work experience. Must be certified
NREMT or NM State EMT, and/or Firefighter I & II IFSAC.
National Registry certified EMT’s must enroll and complete NM EMT bridge course as soon as possibly upon appointment.
Must be of good moral character; Prefer Honorable Discharge from any of the Armed Forces of the United States (if applicable).
Have not been convicted of or pled guilty to or entered a plea of nolo contendere to any felony charge or, within the three-year
period immediately preceding their application, to any violation of any federal or state law or local ordinance relating to
aggravated assault, theft, driving while intoxicated, controlled substances or other crime involving moral turpitude and have not
been released or discharged under dishonorable conditions from any of the armed forces of the United States.After examination
by a certified psychologist, found to be free of any emotional or mental condition which might adversely affect performance as a
Firefighter and/or EMT or be prohibited from successfully completing prescribed basic training.
Education and Experience – PARAMEDIC
In addition to the above Firefighter minimum qualifications, must possess a New Mexico State License at the Paramedic
level. Must possess an American Heart Association ACLS certification.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
(E)
Ability to learn the operation of fire suppression, rescue, and other emergency equipment.
Ability to learn to apply standard firefighting, emergency aid, hazardous materials, and fire prevention techniques.
Ability to perform strenuous or peak physical effort during emergency, training or station maintenance activities for
prolonged periods of time under condition of extreme heights, intense heat, cold or smoke.
Ability to act effectively in emergency and stressful situations.
Ability to meet the special requirements listed below.
Special Requirements:
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
(E)
(F)
(G)
(H)
Must possess, or be able to obtain by time of hire, a valid driver’s license without record of suspension or revocation in any
state for the past three (3) years.
Must possess or obtain, and maintain a valid state Class E driver’s license upon hire.
No felony convictions or disqualifying criminal histories within the past seven (7) years.
Must be able to read and write the English language.
Must be able to meet Department physical standards.
Must be able to meet City of Hobbs Fire Department Certification and Licensure policy.
Maintain insurability and operate city vehicles in accordance with insurance policy.
Residency requirement: See personnel rules Sec. 2.56.1030 City of Hobbs Fire Department Administrative Policy residency
requirement.
Apply: Human Resources Department
City of Hobbs
200 E. Broadway
Hobbs, NM 88240
Voice: (575) 397-9230
FAX: (575) 397-9212
Email: [email protected]
AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER \ SMOKE & DRUG FREE WORKPLACE
Certified Police Officer #2014-3
Police
Certified - $22.28 per hour to $25.62 per hour (DOE) (Hiring Range)
$22.28 per hour to $28.38 per hour (Full Range)
Twelve (12) Hour Shifts; Every other Friday, Saturday, and Sunday off
Days: 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. or 7:00p.m. to 7:00a.m.
POSTED: September 4, 2014 – Position will remain open until filled and may close any time 5 days after the posting date.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES
Regular attendance is required to perform the duties of this position. Works on rotating shifts performing security patrols, traffic
control, investigation and first aid at accidents, detection, investigation and arrest of persons involved in crimes or misconduct. Works
on assigned shift using own judgment in deciding course of action, expected to handle difficult and emergency situations without
assistance. Works mandatory extra duty assignments as needed.
Maintains normal availability by radio or telephone for consultation on major emergencies or precedent. Carries out duties in
conformance with Federal, State and City laws and ordinances. Patrols city streets, parks, commercial and residential areas to
preserve the peace and enforce the law. Prevent or detect and investigate misconduct involving misdemeanors, felonies and other
law violations and to otherwise serve and protect. Responds to emergency radio calls and investigates accidents, robberies, civil
disturbances, domestic disputes, fights, drunkenness, missing children, prowlers, abuse of drugs, etc. Takes appropriate law
enforcement action. Interrogates suspects, witnesses and drivers. Preserves evidence, arrests violators, investigates and renders
assistance at scenes of vehicular accidents. Summons ambulances and other law enforcement vehicles. Takes measurements and
draws diagrams of scene.
PREFERRED MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
Education and Experience:
Graduation from an accredited high school or equivalent required. Supplemented by a two-year community college degree
or vocational school training in police science, law enforcement, criminal justice administration, public administration, or a
related field preferred; or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
(E)
(F)
(G)
(H)
General knowledge of modern law enforcement principles, procedures, techniques, and equipment.
Ability to learn the applicable laws, ordinances, and department rules and regulations.
Ability to perform work requiring good physical condition and ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing.
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with subordinates, peers and supervisors; Ability to exercise
sound judgment in evaluating situations and in making decisions; Ability to follow verbal and written instructions.
Ability to meet the special requirements listed below.
Ability to learn the city’s geography.
Skill in operation of listed tools and equipment.
Must meet New Mexico Department of Public Safety requirements for the position.
LICENSING AND CERTIFICATIONS
(A)
(B)
(C)
Valid State issued Driver’s License
CPR/First Aid certification
Residency requirement: residing within the five (5) mile planning radius of the city.*
*See personnel manual for more details
Apply: Human Resources Department
City of Hobbs
200 E. Broadway
Hobbs, NM 88240
Voice: (575) 397-9230
FAX: (575) 397-9212
Email: [email protected]
AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER \ SMOKE & DRUG FREE WORKPLACE
Control Operator I, II, III, or IV #343
Utilities
$13.63 per hour to $27.92 per hour (DOE)
SHIFT: Rotating
POSTED: August 15, 2014 – Position will remain open until filled and may close any time 5 days after the posting date.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES
Monitors and maintains equipment in relation to the wastewater treatment plant and pump stations on assigned shift. Ensures that
wastewater and biosolids undergo appropriate treatment/stabilization methods according to local, state and federal regulations and to
protect public health. Monitors and as directed, operates computerized control systems and related equipment within the wastewater
treatment plant to regulate liquid waste, sewage treatment and the disposal of sewage and wastes. Operates associated thickening
equipment (pumps, grinders, centrifuge) to maintain proper biological treatment capabilities. Loads biosolids for transport to landfill.
Operates and maintains assorted pump stations, wet wells and controls. Operates assorted pumps and valves used to control flows
and treatment processes based upon established parameters. Periodically patrols plant to check equipment operating status and the
respective treatment processes for proper operation and to maintain facility security. Monitors and reads recording instruments used
for flow measurement, chemical consumption, disinfection and odor control. Detects malfunctions and notifies supervision promptly to
insure plant systems and equipment are operating within prescribed limits. Utilizes and maintains specialized safety equipment
(SCBAs, gas detectors, ventilators, etc) associated with safely handling of the respective chemicals and compounds. Collects various
samples to detect chemical and bacterial content, conducts basic laboratory testing procedures and makes adjustments to facility
processes as directed. Records and maintains reports concerning plant operations. Completes work orders issued for equipment
maintenance, repairs and calibration. Performs security checks throughout plant and on grounds. Performs various housekeeping
assignments. Assists in the installation and repair of plant machinery utilizing assorted light and heavy equipment. Performs repairs
on various concrete surfaces as needed. Operates equipment specific to corrosion control and the application of industrial coatings.
PREFERRED MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
Education and Experience – Control Operator – $13.63 – $15.67 per hour (DOE)
Graduation from high school or GED equivalent, with one year plant experience preferred.
Education and Experience – Control Operator I – $13.63 – $15.67 per hour (DOE)
Graduation from high school or GED equivalent and possess a NM Wastewater Systems I, which requires one year
experience in a wastewater utility plus 10 training credits.
Education and Experience – Control Operator II – $15.45 - $17.77 per hour (DOE)
Graduation from high school or GED equivalent and possess a NM Wastewater Systems II, which requires two years
experience in a wastewater utility plus 30 training credits.
Education and Experience – Control Operator III – $17.26 - $19.85 per hour (DOE)
Graduation from high school or GED equivalent and possess a NM Wastewater Systems III, which requires four years
experience in a wastewater utility plus 50 training credits, and Compost Operator certification.
Education and Experience – Control Operator IV – $19.06 – $21.92 per hour (DOE)
Graduation from high school or GED equivalent and possess a NM Wastewater Systems IV, which requires one year as a
level III certificate holder plus 80 training credits, and Compost Operator certification.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
(E)
(F)
(G)
(H)
(I)
(J)
(K)
Basic knowledge of processing equipment, facilities and procedures. Working knowledge in the maintenance, construction
and repair activities associated with mechanical systems.
Basic computer skills for entering sample results into a computer and monitoring the treatment process. Ability to perform
basic mathematical calculations.
Ability to learn basic laboratory techniques and procedures for analyzing wastewater samples.
Ability to work under conditions with objectionable odors and potentially hazardous environments. Ability to work within
trenches and at various heights.
Ability to work rotating shift work, and provide additional coverage when deemed necessary.
Ability to read and understand basic process, piping and electrical schematics.
Ability to operate and maintain light and heavy equipment.
Ability to meet ultimate prescribed certification level as per the certification and training policy.
Ability to work independently and to complete daily activities according to work schedule.
Ability to effectively communicate orally, via radio and in writing. Ability to understand, follow and transmit written and oral
instructions in English.
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with Wastewater Treatment Plant personnel, Utilities
personnel, and the general public.
LICENSING AND CERTIFICATION
(A)
Valid state issued drivers license.
Apply: Human Resources Department
City of Hobbs
200 E. Broadway
Hobbs, NM 88240
Voice: (575) 397-9230
FAX: (575) 397-9212
Email: [email protected]
AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER \ SMOKE & DRUG FREE WORKPLACE
Detention Officer #199
Police
$15.59 per hour to $20.66 per hour (Full Range)
SHIFT: Rotating
POSTED: October 2, 2014 – Position will remain open until filled and may close any time 5 days after the posting date.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES
Regular attendance is required to perform the duties of this position. Books, searches and releases
prisoners. Maintains security in all areas of the Detention Facility. Purchases food commodities and prepares
meals. Administers and supervises meal preparation and feeding. Supervises visitation, recreation,
counseling and work assigned to inmates. Supervises and completes records dealing with facility trustee
program. Administers first aid and sees that inmates receive medical attention when needed. Distributes
medication as prescribed by physician or non-prescription labels. Answers telephone calls and monitors jail
access and egress.
PREFERRED MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
Education and Experience:
High school diploma or equivalent. Three years’ work experience which include working with the
public and strong people skills preferred but not required.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
Some skill in operating the tools and equipment listed below;
Ability to learn the applicable laws, ordinances, and department rules and regulations; ability to
perform work requiring good physical condition; ability to handle individuals in stressful situations.
Ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing; ability to establish and maintain effective
working relationships with subordinates, peers and supervisors.
Ability to exercise sound judgment in evaluation situations and in making decisions in emergency and
non-emergency situations; ability to follow verbal and written instructions.
LICENSING AND CERTIFICATIONS
(A)
(B)
(C)
Valid State issued Driver’s License
CPR/First Aid certification
Residency requirement: residing within the five (5) mile planning radius of the city.*
*See personnel manual for more details
Apply: Human Resources Department
City of Hobbs
200 E. Broadway
Hobbs, NM 88240
Voice: (575) 397-9230
FAX: (575) 397-9212
Email: [email protected]
AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER \ SMOKE & DRUG FREE WORKPLACE
Driver Engineer #105
INTERNAL POSTING – Current City Employees Only
Fire
$14.18 per hour to $16.31 per hour (DOE) (Hiring Range)
$14.18 per hour to $20.03 per hour (Full Range)
SHIFT: Sunday thru Saturday – 24 hour shifts
24 hours on; 48 hours off (based on 2,920 hours duty time per year)
POSTED: July 10, 2014 – Position will remain open until filled and may close any time 5 days after the posting date.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES
Regular attendance is required to perform the duties of this position. Acts as Lieutenant, in the absence of
the Shift Lieutenant, as assigned. Utilizes safe driving habits and is held strictly accountable for readiness of
fire apparatus and equipment. Operates emergency vehicles in a safe manner under emergency and nonemergency responses; Retains current information of city geography, physical conditions, street names,
location, and other matters that might affect response.
PREFERRED MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
Education and Experience:
High school diploma or GED. Two years experience as a full time paid Firefighter of the Hobbs Fire
Department preferred. Hazardous Materials Technician under Hobbs Fire Department approved
program preferred.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
(E)
(F)
Working knowledge of driver safety.
Ability to learn the operation of fire suppression, rescue, and other emergency equipment; Ability to
learn to apply standard firefighting, emergency aid, hazardous materials, and fire prevention
techniques; Ability to perform strenuous or peak physical effort during emergency, training or station
maintenance activities for prolonged periods of time under conditions of extreme heights, intense
heat, cold or smoke; Ability to act effectively in emergency and stressful situations.
Ability to follow verbal and written instructions; Ability to effectively communicate orally and in writing;
Ability to maintain effective working relationships with fellow employees, supervisors, and the public.
Must possess a current EMT- I license in compliance with the department Certification and Licensure
Policy.
Ability to meet the special requirements listed below.
Residency requirement: See personnel rules Sec. 21-9-4 for more details.
LICENSING AND CERTIFICATIONS
(A)
Valid state issued driver’s license.
Apply: Human Resources Department
City of Hobbs
200 E. Broadway
Hobbs, NM 88240
Voice: (575) 397-9230
FAX: (575) 397-9212
Email: [email protected]
AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER \ SMOKE & DRUG FREE WORKPLACE
Electrical Inspector #272
Community Services
$24.00 per hour to $28.00 per hour (DOE) (Hiring Range)
$21.13 per hour to $35.16 per hour (Full Range)
SHIFT: 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. – Monday thru Friday
POSTED: October 10, 2014 – Position will remain open until filled and may close any time 5 days after the posting date.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES
Inspects new and existing electrical systems and equipment for both residential and commercial structures to insure
materials and workmanship comply with approved plans, specifications and standards as well as related codes and
ordinances. Enforces federal, state, and city related ordinances and codes pertaining to wiring and electrical
installations. Examines buildings and other structures to ensure that the wiring and electrical installations conform to
approved plans and/or applicable electrical codes and ordinances. Reviews and approves electrical plans to determine
compliance with applicable electrical codes. Issues correction notices for violations where unsafe or illegal conditions
exist and conducts follow-up inspections to ensure corrections are made. Investigates alleged violations of city code
and related ordinances. Assists builders, owners and other customers on electrical codes and other related regulatory
requirements; requires construction corrections to be made when deficiencies are discovered and assists builders and
owners in determining methods to achieve code conformance. Enters and maintains inspection records and prepares
monthly reports. Assists in researching problems and complaints regarding commercial and residential buildings,
construction, and code compliance. Explains, interprets and provides guidance regarding applicable codes and permits
to general public, architects, engineers, contractors and developers or refers to the appropriate source.
PREFERRED MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
Education and Experience:
Graduation from high school or GED with four years experience in electrical trade at the journeyman level.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
(E)
(F)
(G)
(H)
(I)
(J)
(K)
(L)
(M)
Extensive knowledge of materials and methods used in electrical wiring and equipment installations.
Knowledge of fundamental principles of electricity. Knowledge of mathematical principles required to perform
related technical calculations.
Knowledge of stages of construction when possible violations and defects may most easily be observed and
corrected.
Knowledge of the National Electrical Code and associated rules, regulations, ordinances and standards.
Ability to effectively present information to individuals, contractors, architects, engineers, inspectors, business
owners, or City officials who may be at times irate or disgruntled.
Ability to read, comprehend, and interpret complicated technical written materials, plans, blueprints, diagrams,
and specifications.
Ability to utilize a computer and associated software.
Ability to work independently and to complete daily activities according to work schedule.
Ability to effectively communicate orally and in writing.
Ability to understand, follow and transmit written and oral instructions.
Ability to perceive the full range of the color spectrum, such as when inspecting electrical wires.
Ability to ascend and descend ladders or unfinished stairs without handrails and work at heights greater than 10
feet.
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with City departments, contractors, architects,
engineers, state electrical and plumbing inspectors, outside agencies, and general public.
LICENSING AND CERTIFICATIONS
(A)
(B)
(C)
Valid state issued driver’s license.
Ability to obtain and maintain a New Mexico Construction Industries Division Electrical Inspector Certification
within ninety (90) days of employment.
Ability to obtain and maintain a nationally recognized certification as an Electrical Inspector within one (1) year
of employment.
Apply: Human Resources Department
City of Hobbs
200 E. Broadway
Hobbs, NM 88240
Voice: (575) 397-9230
FAX: (575) 397-9212
Email: [email protected]
AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER \ SMOKE & DRUG FREE WORKPLACE
EMS Specialist #129
Fire
EMT – B: $12.28 per hour to $14.12 per hour (DOE)(Hiring Range)
$12.28 per hour to $20.84 per hour (Full Range)
EMT – I: $16.38 per hour to $18.84 per hour (DOE)(Hiring Range)
$16.38 per hour to $26.83 per hour (Full Range)
EMT – P: $19.36 per hour to $22.26 per hour (Hiring Range)
$19.36 per hour to $31.71 per hour (Full Range)
SHIFT: Rotating 12 hour shifts
POSTED: October 23, 2014 – Position will remain open until filled and may close any time 5 days after the posting date.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES
Performs emergency medical services to the standards and expectations of the City of Hobbs Fire Department. Performs basic
and advanced medical rescue procedures to access, stabilize and transport a patient to an appropriate medical facility. Provides
pre-hospital emergency medical care effectively and safely in all types of emergent conditions. Duties include but are not limited
to emergent and non-emergent treatment and transport of patients as assigned by the supervisor. Performs the following up to
level of licensure: glucometry, pulse oximetry, intubation, end tidal CO2 monitoring, IV establishment, intraosseous infusion,
administration of medications according to medical control, 12 lead ECG interpretation, transcutaneous pacing, pleural
decompression, cricothyrotomy, manual defibrillation, and cardioversion as well as other required skills. Completes appropriate
patient treatment documentation as well as any other reports required by department policy. Maintains and prepares vehicles and
medical equipment in a manner allowing for emergency and non-emergency response. Responsible for patient advocacy,
interagency teamwork, and fluid verbal/written communication with other medical personnel. All duties must be performed with
maturity and professionalism. Attends meetings, seminars and other training to stay current in position and required skill
competencies (i.e. licensure status) for the position.
PREFERRED MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
Education and Experience:
Graduation from high school or GED plus one (1) year of experience in providing emergency medical care in a pre-hospital
provider setting preferred. Experience in training methodology, thorough understanding of the general principles of prehospital care of patients and quality assurance procedures preferred.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
(E)
(F)
(G)
(H)
(I)
(J)
(K)
(L)
Skilled in all aspects of emergency vehicle response, medical rescue and other related medical specialties including
principles of the incident management systems and unified command.
Knowledge of human anatomy and physiology.
Knowledge of various diseases and their processes.
Knowledge of local and state medical system.
Knowledge of treatment of medical and trauma patients.
Knowledge of training methods and techniques. Knowledge of principles of effective training.
Ability to gain knowledge of Hobbs Fire Department EMS protocols, department rules and regulations, as well as all
applicable laws and ordinances.
Ability to gather and compile information, follow oral and written instructions, in order to prepare information for agency use.
Ability to establish priorities for own workload based upon such factors as need for immediate action, work objectives,
knowledge of future needs, etc.
Ability to produce legible written documents with clearly organized thoughts using proper spelling, punctuation and grammar.
Ability to effectively communicate orally and in writing.
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with fire department staff, other city departments, health care
facilities and governmental agencies, outside agencies, and the general public.
LICENSING AND CERTIFICATIONS
(A)
(B)
(C)
Valid state issued driver’s license.
Ability to obtain an emergency vehicle operation certificate within one month of employment.
License required: EMT-B or EMT-I from State of New Mexico or EMT-P through National Registry with state licensure.
Apply: Human Resources Department
City of Hobbs
200 E. Broadway
Hobbs, NM 88240
Voice: (575) 397-9230
FAX: (575) 397-9212
Email: [email protected]
AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER \ SMOKE & DRUG FREE WORKPLACE
Equipment Operator #165
Street
$15.45 per hour to $17.77 per hour (DOE) (Hiring Range)
$15.45 per hour to $25.69 per hour (Full Range)
SHIFT: 6:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. – Monday thru Friday
POSTED: April 3, 2014 – Position will remain open until filled and may close any time 5 days after the posting date.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES
Operates a variety of construction equipment and vehicles utilized in construction, maintenance and repair of
streets, alleys, storm drains and other City owned facilities. Operates trucks and equipment of various sizes
and weight in loading, hauling, and unloading various equipment, material and supplies. Fills and resurfaces
holes, ditches, cracks, cutting out, backfilling, and compacting, patching and/or rolling with slurry seal, crack
seal, cold mix, black rock, asphalt, concrete, caliche, and other permanent paving materials. Performs a
variety of general construction work, including facilities maintenance and/or welding. Rebuilds and changes
out sweeper heads and gutter brooms for street sweepers. Other duties include picking up and disposing of
special trash collection such as auto accident debris or spills, street sweeping, de-icing streets with brine
water, and cleaning out storm drains. Insures roadway is clear of debris prior to applying paving material.
Serves as a spotter, flagging water and gas meters, manhole covers, sewer cleanouts, and ensuring
electrical, telephone and cable lines are not damaged. Assists in setting up warning devices and barricades
and controlling traffic at work sites by flagging to guide traffic through work areas as required. Responds to
public complaints. May be subject to after hour and weekend call-outs.
PREFERRED MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
Education and Experience:
Graduation from high school or GED equivalent, with two years of experience in work involving
medium and heavy equipment operation.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
(E)
(F)
(G)
(H)
Knowledge of materials, methods, techniques, terminology, and equipment used in construction.
Knowledge of emulsion in regards to paving materials, asphalt, concrete, and other related materials.
Ability to read and comprehend equipment specifications and various gauges.
Ability to work after hours, weekends, and holidays.
Ability to work independently and to complete daily activities according to work schedule.
Ability to effectively communicate orally and in writing.
Ability to understand, follow and transmit written and oral instructions.
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with all Street personnel, various other
City personnel and general public.
LICENSING AND CERTIFICATIONS
(A)
(B)
Valid state issued driver’s license with the ability to obtain CDL endorsement.
Ability to obtain forklift certification.
Apply: Human Resources Department
City of Hobbs
200 E. Broadway
Hobbs, NM 88240
Voice: (575) 397-9230
FAX: (575) 397-9212
Email: [email protected]
AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER \ SMOKE & DRUG FREE WORKPLACE
Express Transportation Driver #175
Regular Full-Time - Public Transportation
$11.84 per hour to $13.62 per hour (DOE)
$11.84 per hour to $19.65 per hour (Full Range)
SHIFT: Monday – Saturday, 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.; 40 hours per week
POSTED: June 2, 2014 – Position will remain open until filled and may close any time 5 days after the posting date.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES
Operates a wheelchair accessible, passenger vehicle to transport passengers within set schedule to specific
destinations. Is responsible for passenger safety, comfort, and satisfaction, while insuring compliance with
all State and Federal driving guidelines. Assists passengers with packages, getting on or off the bus,
operates hydraulic wheelchair lifts to assist disabled or elderly passengers as needed, insuring passengers
are buckled and hold down straps are secured. Regulates heating, lighting, and ventilating systems for
passenger comfort. Collects fares, dispenses passes and maintains an accurate accounting of receipts.
Inspects each bus at the beginning and end of each shift, checking fluid levels, battery, hoses, brakes and
brake lights, turn signal indicators, dash lights, horn, wipers and washers, fans, mirrors, wheels and tire
pressure, emergency door, fire extinguisher and first aid kit. Ensures that vehicle is clean, inside and out,
windows are not cracked, seats are not torn, and wheelchair lift works properly. Keeps time and mileage
records of pick-up and drop off of each passenger. Must be able to recognize, create and follow logical
sequences for picking up and dropping off passengers in an efficient manner. Completes daily paperwork.
Utilizes mobile base radio to receive schedule changes in passenger destinations. Assists in dispatching as
needed. Assists in cleaning the office and break room areas.
PREFERRED MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
Education and Experience
Graduation from high school or GED equivalent with prior public contact work preferred. Previous
driving experience preferred.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
(E)
(F)
(G)
(H)
Considerable knowledge of traffic laws, ordinances, rules, driving courtesies and good knowledge of
geographical area.
Ability to obtain First Aid, CPR, Defensive Driving certifications and any federal or state required
training standards.
Ability to work on Saturdays and/or ability to report to duty on short notice.
Ability to deal courteously, tactfully, and cooperatively with the public, including those who are under
stress, and who may be angry, hostile, verbally aggressive, or those who use language that would be
considered inappropriate in normal business interactions.
Ability to diffuse situations as needed.
Ability to work and relate to others in a wide variety of situations.
Ability to operate a transit vehicle in a safe manner while maintaining awareness of other vehicles,
radio traffic, and passenger conduct.
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with City Clerk’s staff and general
public.
LICENSING AND CERTIFICATIONS
(A)
Valid Class “C” CDL Driver’s License.
Apply: Human Resources Department
City of Hobbs
200 E. Broadway
Hobbs, NM 88240
Voice: (575) 397-9230
FAX: (575) 397-9212
Email: [email protected]
AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER \ SMOKE & DRUG FREE WORKPLACE
GIS Manager #410
Engineering
$25.63 per hour to $29.47 per hour (DOE) (Hiring Range)
$25.63 per hour to $42.62 per hour (Full Range)
SHIFT: 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. - Monday thru Friday
POSTED: March 10, 2014 – Position will remain open until filled and may close any time 5 days after the posting date.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES
Provides planning and direction for GIS growth to serve multiple departments and end user needs.
Coordinates and maintains the City of Hobbs Geographic Information System. Manages, evaluates and
implements City-wide GIS applications for city utilities and infrastructure. Plans, coordinates, prioritizes, and
performs GIS/GPS solutions in the operation of City-wide GIS applications. Designs, creates, edits, updates,
and maintains shared databases, shape files, geo databases, coverage’s, scripts, extensions, and metadata,
for numerous projects. Conducts technical research in GIS and other relational databases to produce
supporting documentation for use in a variety of situations. Designs and develops tools for displaying or
retrieving GIS information from relational databases using modern database utilities and software;
recommends hardware upgrades with assistance and cooperation of IT Department. Acts as a liaison to
other departments to determine current automated and manual systems, defining their needs, coordinating
system integration and defining required output and user documentation. Develops and documents GIS file
management standards. Prepares, manages and implements divisional budget.
PREFERRED MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
Education and Experience:
Bachelor's degree in geographic information systems, planning, architecture, civil engineering,
computer science or related field plus two years of experience working with geographic information
systems. An equivalent combination of education and experience may also be considered.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
(E)
(F)
(G)
(H)
(I)
(J)
(K)
Knowledge of symbols and terminology used in civil, architectural or electronic engineering drawings.
Knowledge of geography, geographical measurement, civil engineering and computer science.
Knowledge and experience with ArcINFO, ArcView, ArcEdit, and knowledge of ArcSDE, ArcIMS
software including data models, software functionality and application development environment.
Knowledge of digitizing and data manipulations procedures for geographic information systems.
Knowledge and work related experience and proficiency with GIS/CADD software and concepts, GIS
programming, and use of spatial and relational database such as Microsoft Access.
Knowledge and experience with GPS equipment and GPS field data gathering.
Working knowledge of land surveying techniques and legal descriptions.
Ability to read and use zoning maps, quarter-section maps, plat maps, land use maps, single line
maps, aerial maps, blueprints and engineering plans.
Ability to perform mathematical calculations using algebra, geometry and trigonometry.
Ability to lead and supervise working staff, as well as work independently on project design,
implementation and management.
Ability to establish and maintain an effective working relationship with other City Department staff,
contractors, surveyors, and general public.
LICENSING AND CERTIFICATIONS
(A)
Valid state issued driver’s license.
Apply: Human Resources Department
City of Hobbs
200 E. Broadway
Hobbs, NM 88240
Voice: (575) 397-9230
FAX: (575) 397-9212
Email: [email protected]
AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER \ SMOKE & DRUG FREE WORKPLACE
Golf Course Maintenance Worker #276
INTERNAL POSTING – Current City Employees Only
Full Time - Golf
$11.84 per hour to $13.62 per hour (Hiring Range)(DOE)
$11.84 per hour to $19.65 per hour (Full Range)
SHIFT: 6:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. – Monday thru Friday; some weekends; shifts vary.
POSTED: July 31, 2014 – Position will remain open until filled and may close any time 5 days after the posting date.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES
Maintains grounds for the golf course to include putting greens, tees, fairways, roughs, bunkers, open space
areas, and other related areas. Performs duties such as mowing, weed eating, edging, seeding, fertilizing,
aerating, and applying pesticides, herbicides, and fungicides. Plants turf, trees, shrubs, and flowers. Prunes
trees and disposes of large branches. Weed eats around fence lines, tee boxes, and sand bunkers.
Maintains and cleans sand bunkers. Inspects, washes and maintains ball washers, drinking fountains,
cleans bathrooms and replenishes supplies. Assists in the maintenance of sprinkler systems and the repair
and installation of sprinkler lines and heads. Assists with laying cement and cement repair, basic plumbing,
carpentry, landscaping and painting. Assists in the construction of new facilities, including clearing, grading,
drainage, plantings and foundation work. Conducts visual inspections of golf course turf and trees to
determine corrective action necessary to alleviate any problems.
Performs routine cleaning and
maintenance for assigned equipment. Operates various types of mowers, weed eaters, edgers, blowers,
hand tools, sprayers, sod cutters, chain saws, sprayers, trencher, a cement mixer and other equipment as
needed. Operates heavy equipment such as a welder and cutting torch, front-end loader, forklift, and a
backhoe. Operates tractors of various sizes and weight in loading, hauling and unloading of various
equipment and supplies. During winter months, performs preventative maintenance on golf course facilities
and equipment as needed.
PREFERRED MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
Education and Experience:
Graduation from high school or GED equivalent, with experience in grounds maintenance and
landscaping work preferred.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
(E)
(F)
(G)
(H)
(I)
Working knowledge of equipment, materials and supplies used in golf course turf irrigation
maintenance and landscaping, and related facilities.
Working knowledge of basic water hydraulics, turf, soil and tree water requirements.
Knowledge of pesticides/herbicide sprays used in the control of common insects, rodents and weed
pests.
Basic knowledge of carpentry, plumbing, electrical, concrete, and painting practices.
Ability to understand the dynamics of landscape irrigation systems.
Ability to work independently and to complete daily activities according to work schedule.
Ability to effectively communicate orally.
Ability to understand, follow and transmit written and oral instructions.
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with Utilities personnel, General
Services personnel, Parks and Recreation personnel, Golf Course personnel, and general public.
LICENSING AND CERTIFICATIONS
(A)
(B)
Valid state issued driver’s license.
Ability to obtain and maintain New Mexico Department of Agriculture Pesticide Applicator’s License.
Apply: Human Resources Department
City of Hobbs
200 E. Broadway
Hobbs, NM 88240
Voice: (575) 397-9230
FAX: (575) 397-9212
Email: [email protected]
AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER \ SMOKE & DRUG FREE WORKPLACE
Grant Writer #440
Executive
$21.13 per hour to $24.30 per hour (DOE) (Hiring Range)
$21.13 per hour to $35.16 per hour (Full Range)
SHIFT: 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. – Monday thru Friday
POSTED: October 30, 2014 – Position will remain open until filled and may close any time 5 days after the posting date.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES
Develop and write grant proposals to government, foundations and other grant-making organizations.
Assemble and submit grant requests, including letters, proposals, budgets, and presentations. Establish and
maintain personal contact and relationships with foundation contacts and program officers. Maintain calendar
to ensure timely submission of letters of inquiry, proposal deadlines, and reports. Conduct research on
possible grant opportunities. Prioritize projects to keep multiple projects moving in a timely manner, meet
deadlines and manage multiple proposals. Work with City departments to determine grant opportunities and
coordinate submissions. Develop and maintain educational and informative programs. Acts as the project
manager and coordinates all grant submissions throughout the city. Coordinate meetings and training
presentations with the general public. Solicit, research, and secure alternative funding sources such as
grants or donations in the promotion of public education programs. Assist in developing annual
communications budget and making purchasing recommendations. With approval of the Communications
Director, prepare, submit and present press releases and marketing information to the local media and other
outlets to promote education programs, services and activities.
PREFERRED MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
Education and Experience:
Bachelor’s Degree in communications, education, public relations, marketing or a related field and 3-5
years of relevant experience. An equivalent combination of education and experience may be
substituted on a year for year basis. Proven track record in securing new funding opportunities
required.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
(E)
(F)
(G)
(H)
Knowledge of advanced computer operations (Microsoft Office Word, Access, PowerPoint, Excel and
Publisher) and ability to learn City software
Must have excellent organizational skills and be able to produce a quality work product within tight
time constraints
Must have excellent written and oral communication skills
Must be team-oriented, with excellent interpersonal skills
Ability to evaluate and monitor educational and information programs
Ability to work under pressure and with minimal supervision
Ability to conduct and interpret research in a variety of data formats
Ability to establish effective working relationships with employees, other agencies, and the general
public
LICENSING AND CERTIFICATIONS
(A)
Valid state issued driver’s license.
Apply: Human Resources Department
City of Hobbs
200 E. Broadway
Hobbs, NM 88240
Voice: (575) 397-9230
FAX: (575) 397-9212
Email: [email protected]
AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER \ SMOKE & DRUG FREE WORKPLACE
Horticulturist #400
Parks
$15.45 per hour to $17.77 per hour (DOE) (Hiring Range)
$15.45 per hour to $25.69 per hour (Full Range)
SHIFT: 6:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. – Monday thru Friday
POSTED: October 23, 2014 - Position will remain open until filled and may close any time 5 days after the posting date.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES
Maintains approximately 12 acres of plants, flowers, shrubs, and trees such as planting, feeding,
pruning, cultivating, watering and other duties necessary to promote health and growth. Maintains a
greenhouse of approximately 25,000 flower plugs by fertilizing and applying insecticides as needed.
Removes and cleans up litter from flowerbeds, hedges, trees fence lines, and medians as needed.
Performs weed control by utilizing pre-emergent, post-emergent chemicals or spraying herbicides.
Fertilizes and performs soil conditioning, seeding, top dressing and pest control of parks, open
spaces, medians, rights-of-way, and color bed areas. Conducts visual inspections of flowerbeds and
hedges to determine corrective action necessary to alleviate any problems. Recognizes and treats
disease, fungus, or insect damage to trees, plants or hedges via soil drenching or spraying
insecticides, fungicides, herbicides and applying growth stimulants. Utilizes a variety of hand and
power-operated equipment such as mower, weed eater, edger, blower, hedge trimmers, chipper,
pruning shears, shovels, rakes, chain saw hoes, watering devices and safety equipment, shop tools,
trailer mounted sprayers and back pack sprayers. Occasionally utilizes a stump grinder, polecat and
an aerial bucket truck as needed. Performs routine maintenance on lawn and power equipment and
hand tools. Maintains assigned vehicles. Maintains and adjusts specialized equipment and tools
including sprinklers and cleans equipment using appropriate materials.
Assists Parks Maintenance personnel with mowing, edging, and weed eating. Assists in decoration of city
streets and public buildings for holiday. Assists in new additions to the parks by laying sod, cutting down
trees, or removal of debris after storms.
PREFERRED MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
Education and Experience
Graduation from high school or GED equivalent, with two years training or experience in landscape or
grounds maintenance work.
Skills, Knowledge and Abilities:
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
(E)
(F)
(G)
Working knowledge of equipment, materials and supplies used in horticulture and grounds
maintenance.
Ability to work at heights greater than 20 feet utilizing aerial bucket truck or polecat.
Ability to learn and identify common landscape plants and pests.
Ability to work independently and to complete daily activities according to work schedule.
Ability to effectively communicate orally and in writing.
Ability to understand and follow written and oral instructions.
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with Parks, Recreation, & Community
Affairs personnel and general public.
LICENSING AND CERTIFICATIONS
(A)
(B)
Valid state issued drivers license.
Ability to obtain and maintain New Mexico Department of Agriculture Pesticide Applicator’s License.
Apply: Human Resources Department
City of Hobbs
200 E. Broadway
Hobbs, NM 88240
Voice: (575) 397-9230
FAX: (575) 397-9212
Email: [email protected]
AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER \ SMOKE & DRUG FREE WORKPLACE
Non-Certified Firefighter-EMT #2014-6
Fire
$32,120 (annual) – Academy Duration
SHIFT: Sunday thru Saturday – 24 hour shifts
24 hours on; 48 hours off (based on 2,920 hours duty time per year)
21 Week Academy
POSTED: October 22, 2014 – Position will remain open until filled and may close any time 5 days after the posting date.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES
Protects life and property by performing firefighting, rescue, emergency medical care, hazardous materials
mitigation, fire prevention and public education duties. Maintains fire and EMS equipment, apparatus, and
facilities.
PREFERRED MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
Education and Experience:
Reached the age of majority (18 years of age). Must hold a High School diploma or GED at date of hire.
Must be of good moral character; Prefer Honorable Discharge from any of the Armed Forces of the
United States (if applicable). Have not been convicted of or pled guilty to or entered a plea of nolo
contendere to any felony charge or, within the three-year period immediately preceding their application,
to any violation of any federal or state law or local ordinance relating to aggravated assault, theft, driving
while intoxicated, controlled substances or other crime involving moral turpitude and have not been
released or discharged under dishonorable conditions from any of the armed forces of the United States.
After examination by a certified psychologist, found to be free of any emotional or mental condition which
might adversely affect performance as a Firefighter and/or Paramedic or be prohibited from successfully
completing prescribed basic training.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
(E)
Ability to learn the operation of fire suppression, rescue, and other emergency equipment.
Ability to learn to apply standard firefighting, emergency aid, hazardous materials, and fire prevention
techniques.
Ability to perform strenuous or peak physical effort during emergency, training or station maintenance
activities for prolonged periods of time under condition of extreme heights, intense heat, cold or
smoke.
Ability to act effectively in emergency and stressful situations.
Ability to meet the special requirements listed below.
SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
(E)
(F)
(G)
(H)
Must possess, or be able to obtain by time of hire, a valid driver’s license without record of
suspension or revocation in any state for the past three (3) years.
Must possess or obtain, and maintain a valid state Class E driver’s license upon hire.
No felony convictions or disqualifying criminal histories within the past seven (7) years.
Must be able to read and write the English language.
Must be able to meet Department physical standards.
Maintain insurability and operate city vehicles in accordance with insurance policy.
Must be able to meet City of Hobbs Fire Department Certification and Licensure policy.
Residency requirement: See personnel rules Sec. 2.56.1030 City of Hobbs Fire Department
Administrative Policy residency requirement.
Apply: Human Resources Department
City of Hobbs
200 E. Broadway
Hobbs, NM 88240
Voice: (575) 397-9230
FAX: (575) 397-9212
Email: [email protected]
AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER \ SMOKE & DRUG FREE WORKPLACE
Non-Certified Police Officer #2014-3
Police
Certified - $22.28 per hour to $25.62 per hour (DOE) (Hiring Range)
$22.28 per hour to $28.38 per hour (Full Range)
Twelve (12) Hour Shifts; Every other Friday, Saturday, and Sunday off
Days: 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. or 7:00p.m. to 7:00a.m.
POSTED: September 4, 2014 – Position will remain open until filled and may close any time 5 days after the posting date.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES
Regular attendance is required to perform the duties of this position. Works on rotating shifts performing security patrols, traffic
control, investigation and first aid at accidents, detection, investigation and arrest of persons involved in crimes or misconduct. Works
on assigned shift using own judgment in deciding course of action, expected to handle difficult and emergency situations without
assistance. Works mandatory extra duty assignments as needed.
Maintains normal availability by radio or telephone for consultation on major emergencies or precedent. Carries out duties in
conformance with Federal, State and City laws and ordinances. Patrols city streets, parks, commercial and residential areas to
preserve the peace and enforce the law. Prevent or detect and investigate misconduct involving misdemeanors, felonies and other
law violations and to otherwise serve and protect. Responds to emergency radio calls and investigates accidents, robberies, civil
disturbances, domestic disputes, fights, drunkenness, missing children, prowlers, abuse of drugs, etc. Takes appropriate law
enforcement action. Interrogates suspects, witnesses and drivers. Preserves evidence, arrests violators, investigates and renders
assistance at scenes of vehicular accidents. Summons ambulances and other law enforcement vehicles. Takes measurements and
draws diagrams of scene.
PREFERRED MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
Education and Experience:
Graduation from an accredited high school or equivalent required. Supplemented by a two-year community college degree
or vocational school training in police science, law enforcement, criminal justice administration, public administration, or a
related field preferred; or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
(E)
(F)
(G)
(H)
(I)
(J)
General knowledge of modern law enforcement principles, procedures, techniques, and equipment.
Ability to learn the applicable laws, ordinances, and department rules and regulations.
Ability to perform work requiring good physical condition and ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing.
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with subordinates, peers and supervisors;
Ability to exercise sound judgment in evaluating situations and in making decisions;
Ability to follow verbal and written instructions.
Ability to meet the special requirements listed below.
Ability to learn the city’s geography.
Skill in operation of listed tools and equipment.
Must meet New Mexico Department of Public Safety requirements for the position.
LICENSING AND CERTIFICATIONS
(A)
(B)
(C)
Valid State issued Driver’s License
CPR/First Aid certification
Residency requirement: residing within the five (5) mile planning radius of the city.*
*See personnel manual for more details
Apply: Human Resources Department
City of Hobbs
200 E. Broadway
Hobbs, NM 88240
Voice: (575) 397-9230
FAX: (575) 397-9212
Email: [email protected]
AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER \ SMOKE & DRUG FREE WORKPLACE
Parks Construction Worker #494
Parks
$15.45 per hour to $17.77 per hour (DOE) (Hiring Range)
$15.45 per hour to $25.69 per hour (Full Range)
SHIFT: 6:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. - Monday thru Friday
POSTED: September 11 2014 – Position will remain open until filled and may close any time 5 days after the posting date.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES
Installs, repairs, maintain, and inspects various park facilities. Maintains an inventory of all
equipment, materials and supplies associated with construction projects. Estimates needed material
and equipment for construction projects. Performs carpentry, masonry, and other construction work
on minor and major park development projects including footers and walls, block walls, fence
installation, playground equipment, curbing and sidewalks, flatwork, landscape blocks, signs,
storm/drainage pipe, facility renovation/repair, steel structures, and assembles pre-fabricated
structures. Performs work in installing concrete walkways including building forms, pouring and
finishing concrete, and installing or repairing concrete structures for parks, sports fields, cemeteries,
landscapes, and golf courses. Performs minor electrical and plumbing work and cleans shop/work
areas. Operates and maintains equipment and machinery used in construction such as a bobcat,
backhoe, polecat, dump truck, forklift, transit, curb machine, jackhammer, concrete saw, welder and
torches, hand tools, powers tools and pneumatic tools on a regular basis.
PREFERRED MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
Education and Experience:
Graduation from high school or GED equivalent, with two years of experience in construction
maintenance, landscape design and/or general facilities maintenance preferred.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
(E)
(F)
(G)
Considerable knowledge of equipment, materials and supplies used in parks construction and
maintenance of parks, grounds, and related facilities.
Knowledge of carpentry, plumbing, electrical, concrete, and painting practices.
Ability to read blue prints and utilize a transit.
Ability to work independently and to complete daily activities according to work schedule.
Ability to effectively communicate orally and in writing.
Ability to understand, follow and transmit written and oral instructions.
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with Parks, Recreation, & Community
Affairs personnel, Street Department personnel, and general public.
LICENSING AND CERTIFICATIONS
(A)
Valid state issued driver’s license.
Apply: Human Resources Department
City of Hobbs
200 E. Broadway
Hobbs, NM 88240
Voice: (575) 397-9230
FAX: (575) 397-9212
Email: [email protected]
AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER \ SMOKE & DRUG FREE WORKPLACE
Parks Maintenance Lead Worker #330
Parks
$13.63 per hour to $15.67 per hour (Hiring Range)(DOE)
$13.63 per hour to $22.69 per hour (Full Range)
SHIFT: 6:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. - Monday thru Friday
POSTED: July 3, 2014 – Position will remain open until filled and may close any time 5 days after the posting date.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES
Serves in a lead role to assigned personnel. Duties include installing, repairing, and maintaining turf for parks, sports
fields, cemeteries, and tree lines citywide. Provides training for new employees. Performs duties such as mowing,
weed eating, edging, seeding, fertilizing, aerating, laying sod, and applying pesticides and herbicides. Picks up trash
barrels and litter from all city parks. Cleans park bathrooms and replenishes supplies. Assembles, repairs, replaces,
and maintains park equipment as needed including the removal of graffiti. Assists in preparing, setting up and taking
down equipment for various park and recreation programs or special events. Assists in the construction of new park
facilities, including clearing, grading, drainage, plantings and foundation work. Operates trucks and tractors of various
sizes and weight in loading hauling and unloading of various equipment and supplies. Performs routine repairs and
maintenance for assigned vehicles and equipment. Completes checklists for any vehicles utilized. Operates mowers,
weed eaters, edgers, blowers, spreaders, chippers, hand tools and pneumatic tools, steam cleaners, sprayers, sod
cutters, cement mixer and other equipment as needed. Operates heavy equipment such as a sandblaster, manlift,
jackhammer, welder and cutting torch, bobcat front-end loader, tractors, compactor and occasionally a polecat or an
aerial bucket truck. Conducts visual inspections of turf and trees to determine corrective action necessary to alleviate
any problems. During inclement weather, shovels snow and lays salt on sidewalks as needed.
PREFERRED MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
Education and Experience:
Graduation from high school or GED equivalent, with two years of experience in grounds maintenance and
landscaping work, including some experience in landscape design and/or general facilities maintenance.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
(E)
(F)
(G)
(H)
(I)
(J)
(K)
Working knowledge of equipment, materials and supplies used in turf irrigation maintenance and landscaping,
construction and maintenance of parks, grounds, and related facilities.
Working knowledge of basic water hydraulics, turf, soil and tree water requirements.
Knowledge of pesticides/herbicide sprays used in the control of common insects, rodents and weeds.
Basic knowledge of carpentry, plumbing, electrical, concrete, and painting practices.
Ability to understand the dynamics of landscape irrigation systems.
Ability to work at heights greater than 15 feet utilizing aerial bucket truck or polecat.
Ability to learn and identify common landscape plants and pests.
Ability to work independently and to complete daily activities according to work schedule.
Ability to effectively communicate orally and in writing.
Ability to understand, follow and transmit written and oral instructions.
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with Parks, Recreation, & Community Affairs
personnel, Street maintenance personnel, and general public.
LICENSING AND CERTIFICATIONS
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
Valid state issued driver’s license.
Ability to obtain and maintain New Mexico Department of Agriculture Pesticide Applicator’s
license.
Ability to obtain forklift certification.
Ability to obtain backhoe certification.
Apply: Human Resources Department
City of Hobbs
200 E. Broadway
Hobbs, NM 88240
Voice: (575) 397-9230
FAX: (575) 397-9212
Email: [email protected]
AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER \ SMOKE & DRUG FREE WORKPLACE
Parks Maintenance Lead Worker Golf #897
Golf
$13.63 per hour to $15.67 per hour (Hiring Range)(DOE)
$13.63 per hour to $22.69 per hour (Full Range)
SHIFT: 6:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. - Monday thru Friday; some weekends as needed
POSTED: October 10, 2014 – Position will remain open until filled and may close any time 5 days after the posting date.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES
Serves in a lead role to assigned personnel. Duties include installing, repairing, and maintaining turf for parks, sports
fields, cemeteries, and tree lines citywide. Provides training for new employees. Performs duties such as mowing,
weed eating, edging, seeding, fertilizing, aerating, laying sod, and applying pesticides and herbicides. Picks up trash
barrels and litter from all city parks. Cleans park bathrooms and replenishes supplies. Assembles, repairs, replaces,
and maintains park equipment as needed including the removal of graffiti. Assists in preparing, setting up and taking
down equipment for various park and recreation programs or special events. Assists in the construction of new park
facilities, including clearing, grading, drainage, plantings and foundation work. Operates trucks and tractors of various
sizes and weight in loading hauling and unloading of various equipment and supplies. Performs routine repairs and
maintenance for assigned vehicles and equipment. Completes checklists for any vehicles utilized. Operates mowers,
weed eaters, edgers, blowers, spreaders, chippers, hand tools and pneumatic tools, steam cleaners, sprayers, sod
cutters, cement mixer and other equipment as needed. Operates heavy equipment such as a sandblaster, manlift,
jackhammer, welder and cutting torch, bobcat front-end loader, tractors, compactor and occasionally a polecat or an
aerial bucket truck. Conducts visual inspections of turf and trees to determine corrective action necessary to alleviate
any problems. During inclement weather, shovels snow and lays salt on sidewalks as needed.
PREFERRED MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
Education and Experience:
Graduation from high school or GED equivalent, with two years of experience in grounds maintenance and
landscaping work, including some experience in landscape design and/or general facilities maintenance.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
(E)
(F)
(G)
(H)
(I)
(J)
(K)
Working knowledge of equipment, materials and supplies used in turf irrigation maintenance and landscaping,
construction and maintenance of parks, grounds, and related facilities.
Working knowledge of basic water hydraulics, turf, soil and tree water requirements.
Knowledge of pesticides/herbicide sprays used in the control of common insects, rodents and weeds.
Basic knowledge of carpentry, plumbing, electrical, concrete, and painting practices.
Ability to understand the dynamics of landscape irrigation systems.
Ability to work at heights greater than 15 feet utilizing aerial bucket truck or polecat.
Ability to learn and identify common landscape plants and pests.
Ability to work independently and to complete daily activities according to work schedule.
Ability to effectively communicate orally and in writing.
Ability to understand, follow and transmit written and oral instructions.
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with Parks, Recreation, & Community Affairs
personnel, Street maintenance personnel, and general public.
LICENSING AND CERTIFICATIONS
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
Valid state issued driver’s license.
Ability to obtain and maintain New Mexico Department of Agriculture Pesticide Applicator’s
license.
Ability to obtain forklift certification.
Ability to obtain backhoe certification.
Apply: Human Resources Department
City of Hobbs
200 E. Broadway
Hobbs, NM 88240
Voice: (575) 397-9230
FAX: (575) 397-9212
Email: [email protected]
AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER \ SMOKE & DRUG FREE WORKPLACE
Parks Maintenance Worker Golf #251
Golf
$11.84 per hour to $13.62 per hour (DOE) (Hiring Range)
$11.84 per hour to $19.65 per hour (Full Range)
SHIFT: 6:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. - Monday thru Friday; some weekends possible
POSTED: August 21, 2014 – Position will remain open until filled and may close any time 5 days after the posting date.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES
Installs, repairs, and maintains turf for parks, cemeteries, and tree lines citywide. Performs duties such as
mowing, weed eating, edging, seeding, fertilizing, laying sod, aerating, and applying pesticides and
herbicides. Picks up trash barrels and litter from all city parks. Cleans park bathrooms and replenishes
supplies. Assembles, repairs, replaces, and maintains park equipment as needed including the removal of
graffiti. Assists in the construction of new park facilities, including clearing, grading, drainage, plantings and
foundation work. Operates trucks, and tractors of various sizes and weight in loading hauling and unloading
of various equipment and supplies. Performs routine repairs and maintenance for assigned vehicles and
equipment. Completes checklists for any vehicles utilized. Operates mowers, weed eaters, edgers, blowers,
chippers, spreaders, hand tools, pneumatic tools, steam cleaners, sprayers, sod cutters, cement mixers and
other equipment as needed. Operates heavy equipment such as a sandblaster, man lift, jackhammer,
welder, bobcat front-end loader, tractor, compactor and occasionally a polecat or an aerial bucket truck.
Conducts visual inspections of turf and trees to determine corrective action necessary to alleviate any
problems. During inclement weather, shovels snow and lays salt on sidewalks as needed. Posts the
reservations of park permits.
PREFERRED MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
Education and Experience:
Graduation from high school or GED equivalent, with some experience in grounds maintenance,
landscaping work and general facilities maintenance preferred.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
(E)
(F)
(G)
(H)
(I)
(J)
(K)
Working knowledge of equipment, materials and supplies used in turf irrigation maintenance and
landscaping, construction and maintenance of parks, grounds, and related facilities.
Working knowledge of basic water hydraulics, turf, soil and tree water requirements.
Knowledge of pesticides/herbicide sprays used in the control of common insects, rodents and weeds.
Basic knowledge of carpentry, concrete, and painting practices.
Ability to understand basic dynamics of landscape irrigation systems.
Ability to work at heights greater than 15 feet utilizing aerial bucket truck or polecat.
Ability to learn and identify common landscape plants and pests.
Ability to work independently and to complete daily activities according to work
schedule.
Ability to effectively communicate orally and in writing.
Ability to understand and follow written and oral instructions.
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with Parks, Recreation, & Community
Affairs personnel, Street maintenance personnel, and general public.
LICENSING AND CERTIFICATIONS
(A)
(B)
Valid state issued driver’s license.
Ability to obtain and maintain New Mexico Department of Agriculture Pesticide Applicator’s
License.
Apply: Human Resources Department
City of Hobbs
200 E. Broadway
Hobbs, NM 88240
Voice: (575) 397-9230
FAX: (575) 397-9212
Email: [email protected]
AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER \ SMOKE & DRUG FREE WORKPLACE
Pesticide Technician #376
Parks
$13.63 per hour to $15.67 per hour (DOE) (Hiring Range)
$13.63 per hour to $22.26 per hour (Full Range)
SHIFT: 6:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. – Monday thru Friday
POSTED: October 23, 2014 – Position will remain open until filled and may close any time 5 days after the posting date.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES
Performs duties such as mowing, weed eating, and applying pesticides and herbicides to un-landscaped turf
for city easements, medians, lots, cemeteries, water towers, rights-of-ways, curb lines, around signs and
water towers. Conducts visual inspections of rights-of-way to determine whether to mow, weed eat, or apply
chemicals. Removes any trees or shrubs from rights-of-ways. Performs vector control, as needed,
throughout the city. Sets light traps or gravid traps so that samples can be sent to lab in order to determine
any diseases hazardous to humans. Exterminates all City buildings. Collects and disposes of large pieces
of trash/litter from rights-of-ways. Performs inspections, routine repairs and maintenance to assigned
mowing equipment or pesticide application devices. Operates mowers, weed eaters, hedge trimmers,
chippers, spreaders, various types of sprayers, sod cutters, chain saw, hand and power tools and other
equipment as needed. Operates heavy equipment such as a backhoe, dump truck, welder and cutting
torches, bobcat, tractor, and brush hog.
PREFERRED MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
Education and Experience:
Graduation from high school or GED equivalent, with one year of experience in tractor operation
and/or maintenance or agricultural related work.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
(E)
(F)
(G)
(H)
Working knowledge of equipment, materials and supplies used in grounds and right of way
maintenance.
Knowledge of pesticides/herbicide sprays and safety measures used in the control of common
insects, rodents and weed pests.
Knowledge of environmental conditions appropriate for pesticide applications.
Ability to identify primary and secondary weeds, insects and rodents in order to apply appropriate
pesticides.
Ability to work independently and to complete daily activities according to work schedule.
Ability to effectively communicate orally.
Ability to understand, follow and transmit written and oral instructions.
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with Parks, Recreation, &
Community Affairs personnel, and general public.
LICENSING AND CERTIFICATIONS
(A)
(B)
(C)
Valid state issued driver’s license.
Ability to obtain and maintain New Mexico Department of Agriculture Pesticide Applicator’s License.
Ability to obtain forklift certification.
Apply: Human Resources Department
City of Hobbs
200 E. Broadway
Hobbs, NM 88240
Voice: (575) 397-9230
FAX: (575) 397-9212
Email: [email protected]
AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER \ SMOKE & DRUG FREE WORKPLACE
Project Manager (Engineering) #202
Engineering
$25.63 per hour to $29.47 per hour (DOE) (Hiring Range)
$25.63 per hour to $42.62 per hour (Full Range)
SHIFT: 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. – Monday thru Friday
POSTED: July 31, 2014 – Position will remain open until filled and may close any time 5 days after the posting date.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES
Develops and implements projects dealing with City staff and external contractors and/or consultants, managing cost controls and
administering projects. Performs project management from the initial planning stages of construction through completion.
Researches records, maps, and other data to obtain information to develop acquisition and right-of-way documents. Contacts
property owners, financial institutions, and attorneys to negotiate and execute right-of-way purchase and/or acquisition. Completes
the required documentation and executes process to ensure compliance with State and Federal agency guidelines. Prepares
contract documents and technical specifications for capital improvement projects such as roadway and utility construction, fencing,
electrical, traffic signals, paving and concrete work. Prepares and/or reviews proposal requests for various outside professional
services provided to the City such as engineering, surveying, architectural, and landscaping services. Oversees and/or performs
duties of other staff members engaged in project management, inspection, surveying and material testing analysis. Develops and
reviews project records, pay estimates, change orders and negotiations, processes invoices and/or monthly pay estimates for
payment. Performs field inspections ensuring compliance with specifications and plans. Attends and/or conducts project
development meetings with private consulting firms, private companies and City departments to establish and implement design
elements, coordination efforts and timeline specifics for a variety of capital improvement projects. Communicates with the general
public, state agencies, consultants, businesses, and firms to address issues regarding on-going projects, concerns, problems or
complaints.
PREFERRED MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
Education and Experience:
Graduation from an accredited college or university with a Bachelor’s degree in engineering, engineering technology,
construction technology, environmental science or related field plus four (4) years of professional experience in public
works, planning or development, right-of-way, or related professional duties. An equivalent combination of experience and
higher education may also be considered.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
(E)
(F)
(G)
(H)
(I)
(J)
(K)
(L)
Thorough knowledge of civil engineering principles and practices applied to public works and utilities design and
construction.
Thorough knowledge of principles and practices of project management applicable to managing engineering design and
construction projects to meet completion deadlines.
Thorough knowledge of survey principles, techniques, mathematics and procedures; principles and practices of public
administration, including budgeting, contracting and program management.
Ability to gain knowledge of local, state, and federal grants and regulations.
Ability to gain knowledge of applicable City, state and federal policies, laws and regulations.
Working knowledge of the construction and engineering field and office work, including drafting and surveying.
Knowledge of problem-solving techniques used in construction, engineering, inspection and compliance processes.
Knowledge and experience with AutoCAD, GIS, and standard Microsoft software.
Ability to manage and oversee the design and construction of multiple, diverse engineering projects, through staff and
outside consultants, to meet project completion deadlines.
Ability to prepare and interpret plans and specifications and to perform or supervise the engineering inspection of contract
construction.
Ability to effectively negotiate and interact with a variety of consultants, contractors, agencies and others to interpret, explain
and apply complex rules, regulations, laws and ordinances.
Ability to establish and maintain an effective working relationship with other City departments, contractors, developers,
property owners, consultants, other governmental agencies, and the general public.
LICENSING AND CERTIFICATIONS
(A)
Valid state issued driver’s license.
Apply: Human Resources Department
City of Hobbs
200 E. Broadway
Hobbs, NM 88240
Voice: (575) 397-9230
FAX: (575) 397-9212
Email: [email protected]
AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER \ SMOKE & DRUG FREE WORKPLACE
Records Technician #349
Police
$12.33 per hour to $14.18 per hour (DOE) (Hiring Range)
$12.33 per hour to $20.49 per hour (Full Range)
SHIFT: 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. – Monday thru Friday
POSTED: October 13, 2014 – Position will remain open until filled and may close any time 5 days after the posting date.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES
Performs data entry and reviews criminal reports, arrests, citations, warrants, supplements, and field
interviews ensuring all data is accurate and complete. Copies arrest reports, supplements, and criminal
incidents (CI) for the courts, probations, and internal processing. Scans arrest reports into appropriate
report. Maintains copies of departmental arrest files. Utilizes Uniform Crime Reports (UCR’s) in order to
code criminal incidents (CI) to track offenses. Codes and files fingerprint cards and those that are sent off to
the state for reporting purposes, ensuring that pertinent information is complete. Verifies active warrants,
performs research for warrant validation list, researching inconsistencies and making corrections. Verifies
that every document linked to any given case is correctly scanned, in appropriate order, accurate and
complete. Processes reports for filing or archiving. Rescinds recalled warrants and purged citations on a
daily basis in accordance with policies and procedures. Copies, scans, and logs misdemeanor citations and
traffic citations. Copies, scans, and distributes warning citations to appropriate internal staff.
PREFERRED MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
Education and Experience:
Graduation from high school or GED equivalent, with previous public contact experience preferred.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
(E)
(F)
(G)
Knowledge of Standard Microsoft Software, WordPerfect, and Quattro Pro.
Ability to learn Application Extender software.
Ability to obtain knowledge of police procedures, rules, and regulations.
Ability to communicate effectively both verbally or in writing with citizens.
Ability to maintain confidentiality of matters related to the department at all times.
Ability to perform duties with a high degree of attention to detail with a high degree of accuracy.
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with Police staff, various other
agencies and general public.
LICENSING AND CERTIFICATIONS
(A)
(B)
Valid state issued driver’s license.
Ability to obtain NCIC and NMCIC certification.
Apply: Human Resources Department
City of Hobbs
200 E. Broadway
Hobbs, NM 88240
Voice: (575) 397-9230
FAX: (575) 397-9212
Email: [email protected]
AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER \ SMOKE & DRUG FREE WORKPLACE
Utility Maintenance Uncertified, I, II, III, or IV #268
Utilities
$13.63 per hour to $31.72 per hour (Full Range)
SHIFT: 6:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. – Four (4) day work week
POSTED: October 10, 2014 – Position will remain open until filled and may close any time 5 days after the posting date.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES
Performs labor involved in construction and maintenance of distribution and collection systems. Duties include manhole
and sewer line cleaning, pavement cutting, ditch digging, and pipe repair, laying, cutting, fitting, tapping, backfilling, and
tamping. Installs, maintains, and flushes sewer lines and drinking water mains, repairing or replacing gate valves,
fittings, and pumps. Installs and services fire hydrants. Shuts off broken sections of water mains. Performs meter
repair, meter box repair or replacement. Repairs leaks and changes valves to water laterals or replaces the lateral.
Maintains and operates sewer lift stations. Sets forms and pours concrete to replace sidewalks, driveways, etc., after
completion of system repairs. Inspects and maintains streets, drainage systems and sewer system frequently to insure
that all aspects of collection and distribution are functioning properly. Responds to complaints regarding water leaks,
pressure loss or no water; evaluates situation; explains findings to supervisor. Insures proper maintenance of
equipment and tools by cleaning and checking equipment and tools after use. Maintains and operates high velocity
trucks to clear and maintain collection systems. Operates dump truck and lowboy float to haul backhoe and debris to
and from job sites. Operates a backhoe and/or serves as a spotter to determine the locations of gas, telephone, power,
cable, water and sewer lines from the appropriate sources prior to excavation. Completes daily work orders relating to
inspections and maintenance activity. Engages in necessary traffic control, setting up work zone safety. Conducts on-call
duties as assigned performing emergency repairs after normal duty hours, weekends, and holidays.
PREFERRED MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
Education and Experience – Utility Maintenance - $13.63 - $15.67 per hour (DOE) (Hiring Range)
Graduation from high school or GED equivalent, prefer one year of experience relating to construction, maintenance or
repair, or any equivalent combination of education and experience.
Education and Experience – Utility Maintenance I - $15.45 - $17.77 per hour (DOE) (Hiring Range)
Graduation from high school or GED equivalent. Must possess and maintain NM Water Systems I or Distribution Systems I
and Collections Systems I, which requires 1 year of utility experience plus 10 training credits.
Education and Experience – Utility Maintenance II - $15.45 - $17.77 per hour (DOE) (Hiring Range)
Graduation from high school or GED equivalent. Must possess and maintain NM Water Systems II or Distribution Systems
II and Collections Systems II, which requires 2 years of utility experience plus 30 training credits.
Education and Experience – Utility Maintenance III - $17.26 - $19.85 per hour (DOE) (Hiring Range)
Graduation from high school or GED equivalent. Must possess and maintain NM Water Systems III or Distribution Systems
III and Collections Systems II, which requires 4 years of utility experience plus 50 training credits.
Education and Experience – Utility Maintenance IV - $19.06 - $21.92 per hour (DOE) (Hiring Range)
Graduation from high school or GED equivalent. Must possess and maintain NM Water Systems IV and Collections
Systems II, which requires one year as a level III certificate holder plus 80 training credits.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
(E)
(F)
(G)
(H)
(I)
(J)
(K)
(L)
Working knowledge of equipment, facilities, materials, methods and procedures used in maintenance, construction and
repair activities.
Knowledge of operating light to medium/heavy equipment with skill and safety.
Knowledge of traffic laws, ordinances and regulations pertaining to operations of motorized equipment.
Ability to gain knowledge of gas detection and monitoring.
Ability to gain knowledge of municipal water and sewer services.
Ability to understand and read gauges, GIS maps, and operation or service manuals.
Ability to perform heavy manual tasks for extended periods of time.
Ability to work after hours, weekends, and holidays.
Ability to work independently and to complete daily activities according to work schedule.
Ability to effectively communicate orally and in writing.
Ability to understand, follow and transmit written and oral instructions.
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with Utility personnel, Street personnel and general public.
LICENSING AND CERTIFICATIONS
(A)
(B)
Valid state issued driver’s license.
CDL endorsement or ability to obtain within six (6) months of employment
Apply: Human Resources Department
City of Hobbs
200 E. Broadway
Hobbs, NM 88240
Voice: (575) 397-9230
FAX: (575) 397-9212
Email: [email protected]
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Utility Superintendent #285
Utilities
$31.10 per hour to $35.76 per hour (DOE) (Hiring Range)
$31.10 per hour to $51.70 (Full Range)
Shift Hours: Monday – Friday: 8:00am – 5:00pm
POSTED: September 4, 2014– Position will remain open until filled and may close any time 5 days after the posting date.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES
Under general supervision from the Utilities Director maintains responsibility for the management and operation of the
water production, distribution and sewer collection systems. Plans, organizes, budgets, directs, instructs, sets
standards, reviews, trains, counsels/disciplines employees, and performs other personnel management functions.
In consultation with the Utilities Director formulates short and long-range plans and goals for the water production, water
distribution and sewer collection functions. Works with various city boards. Maintains responsibility for programs such
as the water line replacement program, providing initial design and bidding of projects. Provides inspection of all utility
projects. Prepares cost estimates for water and/or sewer taps, line charges, etc. Prepares first draft of the annual
budget request for consideration by the Utilities Director, who reviews and submits to the City Manager and the City
Commission. Maintains responsibility for water, sewer, productions and joint utility construction fund budgets.
PREFERRED MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
Education and Experience:
Bachelor’s degree in civil or sanitary engineering or related field, plus eight (8) years of experience in a
supervisory capacity with a water or wastewater utility or related field. Or an equivalent combination of
education and experience.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
(E)
(F)
Considerable knowledge of the materials, methods, processes and equipment used in the operation,
maintenance and repair of water production and distribution systems and of sewer collection systems.
Considerable knowledge of the principles and practices of civil and sanitary engineering.
Ability to perform technical work on complex operational and maintenance problems, interpret results and
recommend appropriate action.
Ability to manipulate data with the use of various computer programs.
Ability to organize, coordinate and evaluate the operations of a public water utility.
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with the Utilities Director, city boards and
commissions, subordinate staff, developers, local business people and the general public.
LICENSING AND CERTIFICATIONS
(A)
(B)
Valid state issued drivers license.
Possess and maintain Water Systems IV and Wastewater Systems III certifications.
Apply: Human Resources Department
City of Hobbs
200 E. Broadway
Hobbs, NM 88240
Voice: (575) 397-9230
FAX: (575) 397-9212
Email: [email protected]
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Golf Operations Coordinator #478
Regular Part Time - Golf
$11.20 per hour to $12.88 per hour (DOE) (Hiring Range)
$11.20 per hour to $18.63 (Full Range)
Shift Hours: Monday – Friday: 8:00am – 1:00pm
POSTED: August 21, 2014– Position will remain open until filled and may close any time 5 days after the posting date.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES
Complete daily sales and tee sheet reconciliation, daily and monthly sales reports and daily bank drop.
Assist with golf shop inventory management including assisting with golf shop purchasing, merchandise
displays and maintaining proper inventory counts and levels. Assist with the check in of golfers,
merchandise sales and tee sheet reservations. Provide feedback and coaching to all employees regarding
golf shop procedures. Perform other duties as requested by the General Manager.
PREFERRED MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
Education and Experience:
High school diploma or equivalent required. Experience with cash reconciliations and daily
transaction reports. Experience with inventory management and merchandising. Must be proficient
with Excel, Word and some experience with Publisher.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
Excellent interpersonal and sales skills.
Excellent oral and written skills and telephone etiquette skills.
Ability to handle money transactions accurately.
Self-motivated, enthusiastic, flexible, patient, and ability to multi-task.
LICENSING AND CERTIFICATIONS
(A)
Valid state issued driver’s license. .
Apply: Human Resources Department
City of Hobbs
200 E. Broadway
Hobbs, NM 88240
Voice: (575) 397-9230
FAX: (575) 397-9212
Email: [email protected]
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Golf Shop Clerk #472
Regular Part Time - Golf
$8.95 per hour to $10.29 per hour (DOE) (Hiring Range)
$8.95 per hour to $14.87 (Full Range)
Shift Hours: Wednesday – Sunday: 7:00am – 12:00pm
POSTED: August 21, 2014– Position will remain open until filled and may close any time 5 days after the posting date.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES
Responsible to continually monitor, implement and adhere to all company goals, policies, procedures and
controls. Check in of golfers and maintain a properly functioning tee sheet and pace of play. Assist with
receiving merchandise and adhere to purchase order procedures. Assist with the rotation of shop displays.
Maintain a functional stock room and assist the buyer and other shop assistants with stock and golf shop
cleanliness. Assist with pricing of merchandise. Assist with maintaining proper inventory counts and levels.
PREFERRED MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
Education and Experience:
High school diploma or equivalent preferred. Experience in golf operations and/or with POS systems
preferred.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
Excellent interpersonal and sales skills.
Excellent oral and written skills and telephone etiquette skills.
Ability to handle money transactions accurately.
Self-motivated, enthusiastic, flexible, patient, and ability to multi-task.
LICENSING AND CERTIFICATIONS
(A)
Valid state issued driver’s license.
Apply: Human Resources Department
City of Hobbs
200 E. Broadway
Hobbs, NM 88240
Voice: (575) 397-9230
FAX: (575) 397-9212
Email: [email protected]
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Player’s Service Attendant #475
Regular Part Time - Golf
$8.95 per hour to $10.29 per hour (DOE) (Hiring Range)
$8.95 per hour to $14.87 (Full Range)
Shift Hours: Wednesday – Saturday: 12:00pm – 7:00pm
POSTED: August 21, 2014– Position will remain open until filled and may close any time 5 days after the posting date.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES
Responsible to continually monitor, implement and adhere to all company goals, procedures and controls.
Must be a leader in total customer service and satisfaction. Assist fellow player service staff in maintaining a
clean and professional practice facility. Assist fellow player service staff in the daily requirements of
maintaining a professional golf car fleet. Shall always represent the player services department in an
exemplary manner. Maintain a clean and professional appearance in each other and the workplace. Shall
be cooperative in performing any other duties deemed reasonable by the Supervisor and General Manager.
PREFERRED MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
Education and Experience:
High school diploma or equivalent required.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
(A)
(B)
Self-motivated and ability to multi-task.
Outgoing personality and excellent customer service skills preferred.
LICENSING AND CERTIFICATIONS
(C)
Valid state issued driver’s license.
Apply: Human Resources Department
City of Hobbs
200 E. Broadway
Hobbs, NM 88240
Voice: (575) 397-9230
FAX: (575) 397-9212
Email: [email protected]
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Seasonal Golf General Laborer #785
Seasonal – Golf
$8.50 per hour to $9.85 per hour (DOE)
SHIFT: 6:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. – Monday thru Friday; some weekends; shifts vary.
POSTED: July 31, 2014 – Position will remain open until filled and may close any time 5 days after the posting date.
GENERAL DESCRIPTIONS
Performs a variety of skilled and semi-skilled tasks in the maintenance and operation of the golf course.
PREFERRED MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
Education and Experience:
Any combination of education and experience equivalent to 10th grade or GED or currently enrolled in
high school. Must possess a valid state issued driver’s license.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
(E)
Working knowledge of equipment and tools used in building, maintaining and repairing fine turf and
all structures on the golf course.
Working knowledge of first aid and applicable safety precautions.
Ability to work under supervision.
Ability to complete tasks according to a work schedule.
Ability to establish effective working relationships with employee, supervisors, and public.
TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT USED
Turf care and landscaping equipment, including tractors, movers, airfier, chain saw, edgers, weed
trimmers, pumps, sprinklers, irrigation systems, miscellaneous hand and power tools for turf
maintenance, carpentry, painting, plumbing, electrical, and cement finishing work.
LICENSING AND CERTIFICATIONS
(A)
Valid state issued driver’s license.
Apply: Human Resources Department
City of Hobbs
200 E. Broadway
Hobbs, NM 88240
Voice: (575) 397-9230
FAX: (575) 397-9212
Email: [email protected]
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Wastewater General Laborer #867
Seasonal - Utilities
$8.50 per hour to $9.85 per hour (DOE)
SHIFT: 7:00 a.m. 4:00 p.m. - Monday thru Friday, some weekends (or as needed).
POSTED: September 25, 2014 – Position will remain open until filled and may close any time 5 days after the posting date
GENERAL DESCRIPTION
Performs a variety of semi-skilled work in the upkeep of the wastewater treatment facilities and grounds.
PREFERRED MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
Education and Experience
Prefer six (6) months experience in performing maintenance tasks, such as, painting, grounds
keeping and small tool operation.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
(A)
(B)
(C)
Ability to follow verbal and written instructions and directions, including the reading and
comprehension of equipment operation manuals, paint application rates, and safety equipment
usage.
Ability to work with cramped quarters, elevated heights and walkways, on top of scaffolding, and in
various weather conditions.
Knowledge in the operation of various painting and grounds keeping tools and equipment.
TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT USED
Motor vehicle, grinders, mixers, sand blaster, airless painters, lawn mowers, weed eaters, hand tools,
respirators, safety harnesses, small hand and power tools including shovels, hoes and rakes. Some
use of concrete repair and finishing tools.
LICENSING AND CERTIFICATIONS
(A)
Valid state issued driver’s license.
Apply: Human Resources Department
City of Hobbs
200 E. Broadway
Hobbs, NM 88240
Voice: (575) 397-9230
FAX: (575) 397-9212
Email: [email protected]
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Water Production General Laborer #320
Seasonal – Utilities
$8.50 per hour to $9.85 per hour (DOE)
SHIFT: 7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. – Monday thru Friday (Schedule varies as needed)
POSTED: July 18, 2014 – Position will remain open until filled and may close any time 5 days after the posting date.
GENERAL DESCRIPTION
Performs a variety of semi-skilled maintenance work, and operates a variety of equipment in the
construction, operation, repair, maintenance, and replacement of City water, sewer, street, and storm
drainage facilities and systems.
PREFERRED MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
Education and Experience:
Some high school or GED, prefer six (6) months experience in performing maintenance tasks, such
as painting, grounds keeping and small power tool operation.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
(E)
(F)
(G)
Some knowledge of equipment, facilities, materials, methods and procedures used in maintenance,
construction and repair activities.
Ability to perform heavy manual tasks for extended periods of time.
Ability to work safely.
Ability to communicate effectively verbally and in writing.
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with employees, other departments
and the public.
Ability to understand and carry out written and oral instructions.
Skill in operation of some of the listed tools and equipment.
SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS
Residency requirement: See personnel rules Sec. 2.56.1030 for more details.
TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT USED
Motorized vehicles and equipment, including pickup truck, utility truck, manlift, tamper, plate compactor,
saws, pumps, compressors, sanders, generators, common hand and power tools, shovels, wrenches,
detection devices, mobile radio, phone.
Apply: Human Resources Department
City of Hobbs
200 E. Broadway
Hobbs, NM 88240
Voice: (575) 397-9230
FAX: (575) 397-9212
Email: p[email protected]
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