City of Seattle

As a city, Seattle is known as a progressive leader in technology, innovation and the environment. As an employer, the City of Seattle is leading local government in environmental stewardship, green building and social justice, making our City what it is today and shaping our future. Our employees play an important role in making this possible.

You might be surprised by the variety and range of opportunities that are available at the City of Seattle. We have more than 1,200 job titles in 24 different departments, from the Office of Immigrant and Refugees Affairs or the Office of Arts & Culture to the Public Utilities and Department of Transportation. Our positions range from seasonal work at the City’s parks and recreation facilities to skilled trade workers, accounting, communications and information technology professionals, and middle and senior-level management. Whatever your line of work, we hope you consider the City of Seattle in your job search. We likely have the opportunity for you.

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79 job(s) at City of Seattle

City of Seattle, WA Seattle, Washington, United States
Apr 02, 2019
Full Time
Position Description Mission: To deliver a high-quality transportation system for Seattle. Vision: A vibrant Seattle with connected people, places, and products. Seattle Department of Transportation's (SDOT) portfolio of work is vast. From filling potholes to paving streets, tweaking traffic signals and helping buses and freight deliveries run on time, creating enjoyable public spaces and building out a network of bike lanes and sidewalks to serve all ages and abilities. And that's just a snapshot. In our quickly growing city, how we get around - how safe it is, how much it costs, how much time it takes, and how reliable it is - is top of mind for most of us just about every day. Our core values drive our work toward creating a safe, connected, vibrant, affordable, and innovative city for all. SDOThas an exciting opportunity to work in the Capital Projects and Roadway Structures Division in the BridgeMaintenance Unit. The Bridge Carpentry & Maintenance Lead (BCML) will coordinate and lead a crew of workers engaged in the maintenance, repair, and construction of bridges and related structures. The BCML will also perform heavy timber carpentry and maintenance of wooden/concrete bridges and other roadway structures, as well as play a crucial role as an emergency and disaster responder in support of SDOT's emergency readiness plan, goals, and objectives. This position will report to the Bridge Maintenance Crew Chief in our Concrete and Carpentry section. Job Responsibilities Lead a crew of workers engaged in wooden bridge or trestle maintenance or repair, including the rigging of scaffolding, removal of weakened members, inserting jacks, replacing caps, stringers, floor planking, guard rails, posts, cross and sash bracing, and related components. Act as a lead in the construction or repair of concrete, concrete slab, and wooden sea walls, retaining walls, barricades, rails, and stairways; design and construct wooden forms for concrete; and assist in concrete finishing. Inspect upcoming jobs to determine repair work required as well as estimated cost; inspect completed jobs for completeness and quality of workmanship. Perform rigging, rebar placement, and hazardous tree removal. Design and build complex concrete forms. Respond to emergency call outs and perform temporary repairs as needed. Operate/maintain power tools, jacks, and other specialized equipment of the trade. Drive/operate various equipment in excess of 26,000 GVW including crane trucks. Establish traffic control at work sites by setting up traffic diversion devices Respond to emergency and off-hour incidents, right of way, windstorms, earthquakes, snow, and ice, ETC. Support department goals in promoting diversity and social justice. Qualifications Minimum Qualifications: Requires three (3) years of experience in heavy timber construction or in general bridge construction, maintenance, or repair work (or a combination of education and/or training and/or experience which provides an equivalent background required to perform the work of the class). License, Certification, and Other Requirements: A valid Washington State Commercial Driver's License with the airbrake restriction removed and a valid Medical Certificate (or the ability to obtain them within 90 days of employment). Positions in this class may require a Class "A" or "B" CDL and other endorsements as required by law. A "Full Employment" Abstract of Driving Record (obtained at applicant's expense) from the State of Washington Department of Licensing. Pre-employment tests in compliance with the Federal Department of Transportation Drug and Alcohol Testing Program Requirements. A valid Washington State Flagging Card, First Aid/CPR card, and/or a defensive driving course certificate may be required within six (6) months of employment. Appropriate crane certification, as required by law, is required within six (6) months of employment. Additional Desired Qualifications: Experience running cranes with an NCCO (National Commission for the Certification of Crane Operators)certification is required within six (6) months of employment. CESCL (Certified Erosion and Sediment Control Lead)certification will need to be earned during employment. Experience developing project estimates, which include job scope, phasing, and estimated budgets for material, labor, and equipment costs. Ability to read, interpret, and apply guidelines from blueprints, drawings, construction plans, and the City of Seattle's standard plans. Experience building gang forms, large retaining walls, and working with shoring systems. Foreman, pile buck, and concrete work experience. Experience running small excavators, such as a John Deer 85D. Ability to work over water suspended or from inside of boats, and confined spaces. Experience operating an oxy acetylene torch. Experience planning and coordinating work with other agencies. Ability to teach carpentry skills andhelp troubleshoot problems with team. Ability to read, write, and communicate effectively to various staff and the public. Effectively work in a multi-cultural workplace with a diverse customer base. Additional Information Work Environment/Physical Demands: Work is performed at extreme heights, frequently while suspended from baskets, scaffolding, or safety belts (e.g. 450 feet high). Required to work with potentially hazardous equipment such as welding equipment, chainsaws, and under dangerous conditions such as high bridge structures or in small boats under piers. Work is frequently performed outdoors in all weather conditions, in heavy traffic, and with regular exposure to noise, fumes, dirt, dust, and cold. Required to climb, bend, stoop, and lift objects weighing over fifty (50) pounds. May be required to work overtime, irregular hours, holidays and weekends to respond to emergency situations. This may require being on call 24 hours a day, seven (7) days a week. Offers of employment are contingent on verification of information provided by the applicant as part of the application process, including potential background check, pre-placement physical exam, and full driver's abstract. Please note this job advertisement is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities and activities may change at any time with or without notice. This recruitment process may be used in the future depending on hiring needs to hire qualified candidates for this position. Closing Date/Time: 4/23/2019 4:00 PM Pacific
City of Seattle, WA Seattle, Washington, United States
Mar 06, 2019
Temporary
Position Description Seattle Parks and Recreation is looking for Recreation Attendants to serve as Wading Pool Attendants at our wading pools throughout Seattle Parks. If you love the water andworking with kids doing summer activities, then come work withus from mid June through early September, and with premium pay youcan earn as much as $16.92 per hour! Job Responsibilities Oversee the operation of a wading pool. Clean, fill, drain and maintain the water quality of the wading pool and surrounding area. Act as the on-site public relations representative of Parks and Recreation. Perform first aid and handle incidents as they arise. Qualifications Valid Washington State Driver's License. Submittal of a Full Driver's Abstract will be required for reviewupon offer of employment. Must be 18 years old to apply and enjoy working with the general public and small children. Desired Qualifications: American Red Cross Community CPR ( Adult, Child, and Infant CPR) and American Red Cross First Aid. Training will be provided. Additional Information Required to work evenings, weekends, irregular hours, and split shifts. Closing Date/Time: 6/11/2019 4:00 PM Pacific
City of Seattle, WA Seattle, Washington, United States
Mar 06, 2019
Temporary
Position Description Looking for a great summerpart-time jobthat pays up to $17.76 to start ($16.92 per hour plus premium pay)?! Apply to become a Seattle Parks and Recreation Lifeguard! You'll meet new people, make new friends and enjoy the pool and/or summer beaches while getting paid! The City of Seattle's Department of Parks and Recreation is actively seeking new members for a team that connects withresidents in each community across the City.Our departmentneeds positive, hard working professionals, who can continue to make Seattle Parks and Recreation an industry leader in aquatic programming. Our pools are a vital part of the culture in a city surrounded by water- where swimming is an essential life skill! This job posting is for Part-Time Temporary Lifeguards . Although considered part-time, employees in these positions can work up to 40 hours per week if needed. There are THREE WAYS TO APPLY! Preferred Method - Apply On-Line at http://www.seattle.gov/jobs and apply to job 2019 - 00194Lifeguard -Temporary, Part-Time Send a resume and cover letter, or Aquatic Application to parksaquatics@seattle.gov . You may also take your application directly to the Aquatic Center Coordinator at any Seattle Parks and Recreation indoor pool . Job Responsibilities Monitors the activities of swimmers to ensure rules and regulations are observed and that safety hazards are not created. Required to rescue persons in distress or in danger of drowning, administer first aid in the event of injury, and assist handicapped and elderly patrons in and out of the pool. Conducts instructional programs for children, adults, and special population groups; teaches private and group swimming lessons, water safety classes, diving, water polo, synchronized swimming, competitive programs, and water fitness programs to all ages and abilities. May teach first aid, CPR, AED, Lifeguard Training, and other specialized Red Cross classes. Ensures the pool meets legal requirements and policy standards for operation. Assists in water quality testing, cleaning, and maintaining the pool and related facilities. Interacts with the public, answers inquiries pertaining to the use of the pool. Maintains attendance and grading for instructional programs, and other related duties as required. Employees in these positions can work up to 40 hours per week. Qualifications Minimum Qualifications: Must be at least 16 years of age. Must pass a background check and physical. Lifeguards are required to swim a minimum of 500 yards each work day and be prepared to perform in an emergency situation. American Red Cross (ARC) approved certification for: Lifeguard Training, First Aid, and CPR/AED for the Lifeguard. Desired Qualifications: Experience as a qualified lifeguard and swim instructor. Knowledge of water hazards, lifesaving techniques, and first aid. Ability to swim with proficiency and endurance. Ability to recognize hazardous situations and adopt effective courses of action. Ability to remain calm in emergencies. Specialized training and certifications as an instructor for various water education or fitness programs including Water Fitness, Swim Coach Certification, diving, etc. Additional Information The Northwest Lifeguard Test Certification (required to pass within three months of hire.) ARC Water Safety Instructor Certification may be required (depending upon pool location.) Closing Date/Time: 6/11/2019 4:00 PM Pacific
City of Seattle, WA Seattle, Washington, United States
Mar 06, 2019
Temporary
Position Description Seattle Parks and Recreation iscurrently looking for Recreation Leaders to serve as Boat Ramp Rangers along our City's beautiful waterwaysduring the months of May through September. Hours range from 14 to 24 hours per week and with premium pay youcan earn as much as $18.90 per hour! Job Responsibilities Oversee boat ramp operations Monitor collection of fees Direct Ramp traffic during peak hours Perform on-site public relations as a representative of Parks and Recreation Handle incidents as they arise Clean and maintain facility Qualifications Requires one year experience in a community-based recreation program and an associate degree in Recreation, Therapeutic Recreation, or related field (or a combination of education and/or training and/or ex-perience which provides an equivalent background required to perform the work). Current, valid Washington Statue Driver's License. Submittal of a Full Driver's Abstract will be required for reviewupon offer of employment. American Red Cross First Aid and Safety (includes CPR). Swimming Float Test required. Desired Qualification: Must have strong communication skills. Additional Information Saturday, Sunday and holidays are included in the regular schedule. Closing Date/Time: 6/11/2019 4:00 PM Pacific
City of Seattle, WA Seattle, Washington, United States
Mar 02, 2019
Full Time
Position Description The City of Seattle's Municipal Court (SMC) is one of the highest volume Courts of Limited Jurisdiction in the state with 7 elected Judges, 6 appointed Magistrates, and over 200 staff. The Court adjudicates misdemeanor and gross misdemeanor crimes, infractions, and civil violations. SMC is a highly innovative and progressive court with a community-based approach to judicial administration. For more information, visit us online: http://www.seattle.gov/courts/ Court Clerks work within Judicial Operations, which includes all courtroom clerks, jury operations and court records. They play a critical role in the courtroom and prepare the official record of all courtroom sessions through SMC's electronic case filing system and audio recordings. They work closely as a team with our judges, magistrates, bailiffs, defense attorneys, prosecuting attorneys, interpreters and other criminal justice partners. This is an exciting time to join the court as we work to develop a new case management system to help the court become even more innovative and efficient. We are currently accepting applications from qualified candidates who are interested in working as a Court Clerk. The ideal candidate: Enjoys working as part of a team in a fast-paced environment; Can succeed in a tense working environment; Is an active listener with good communication skills; Has an aptitude for learning new systems; and Pays attention to detail and can multi-task. The person in this role must be able to work any shift Monday through Saturday and holidays, and maintain regular, reliable and punctual attendance. The Court may consider applicants from this recruitment process for other part-time, temporary and full-time Court Clerk openings that may come available within the next six months. Job Responsibilities Accurately records and reviews details of court proceedings and a variety of case related information into a court database (ECF, FTR & MCIS). Monitors court proceedings to schedule court dates, answer questions and ensure processes happen according to policy. Handles multiple tasks including: scheduling court dates; answering questions; responding to emails; and monitoring the court proceedings. Listens and communicates information between judges, attorneys, defendants, court personnel, outside agencies and the public. Maintains confidentiality with highly sensitive information. Remains calm and professional throughout stressful court proceedings. Engages in peer training. Shares knowledge and courtroom processes/procedures with team members. Keeps current on changing court technology, policies and procedures in a constantly changing environment. Qualifications Minimum Q u alifications: Equivalent of one year of experience in a court clerk or other similarly related experience, or a combination of education, training, and/or experience which demonstrates the ability to perform the work of the position. Examples of related experience include: accurately record and maintain database entries, manage large and complex calendars, transcription (transcribing meeting minutes, faculty lectures or medical information), handle sensitive/confidential information, work with executives and the public providing guidance around rules, policies, procedures and/or laws. Desired Qualifications: 2+ years working inside or in support of a criminal courtroom. Associates Degree and/or a Bachelor's Degree, or certification from an accredited college in a Paralegal program. Experience and proficiency in criminal justice systems such as JIS, DISCIS, WASIC, SCOMIS or MCIS. Demonstrated ability to: Use Word, Excel and database computer programs with intermediate to advanced proficiency. Exercise discretion, maintain confidentiality, and interact tactfully with a diverse group of people (judges, attorneys, defendants, court personnel, outside agencies and the public). Multi-task accurately, independently and calmly under stress and pressure. Maintain flexibility and professionalism when fulfilling responsibilities for all assigned courtrooms and calendars. Additional Information Hiring Proce s s Applications are reviewed after the posting closes. Qualified candidates must submit the following to be considered. Completed NEOGOV online application. Supplemental questionnaire responses. Cover letter describing how your skills and experience align with the stated job responsibilities and qualifications. Current resume indicating relevant experience and education. Your application will not be reviewed if these items are missing or incomplete. By completing the supplemental questions, you are attesting that the information you have provided is true and accurate. The Court will review any information provided in your application package and misstatements or falsification of information will eliminate you from consideration and/or employment if discovered after selection for the position. Attaching or pasting a cover letter and resume alone is not a substitute for completing the application itself. Only those applicants selected for an interview will be contacted. A job offer is contingent upon successfully passing the court's background check. The background check includes a criminal history background review, fingerprinting and reference checks. This position is represented by an agreement between the Teamsters Local 763 union and the Seattle Municipal Court. The candidate hired, must complete a one year probationary period. The Court may consider applicants from this recruitment process for other part-time, temporary and full-time Court Clerk openings that may come available within the next six months. Closing Date/Time:
City of Seattle, WA Seattle, Washington, United States
Apr 17, 2019
Full Time
Position Description The City's consolidated IT department is a 700-person strong organization, providing professional technology services across Seattle City government. We are looking for a talented professional who has a passion for service, community and technology, to join our exciting team as theWork, Asset and Inventory IT Applications Manager. In this role, you will be provided the opportunity to establish best in class applications development and support processes that will allow our organization to scale and support multiple programs. The right candidate will possess a strong applications development background, will have demonstrated experience leading technical project teams, and be passionate about developing others. This position supervises a team of senior IT staff focused on supporting enterprise and operationally critical applications. This team provides a wide spectrum of services (i.e. designing, developing, integrating, system analysis, implementing and supporting) for Work, Asset and Inventory Management (WAI) applications citywide. We are seeking strong leadership to be part of the cross-functional team that ensures the city delivers reliable and trustworthy systems to its internal departments and public constituents. The successful candidate will partner closely with technology teams and business units to drive the engineering and delivery of advanced IT solutions. Must have a strong technical background, be detail driven, and have excellent problem solving and communication skills. This role and team will evolve to support to reflect organization's needs from enterprise priorities, integrating, transitioning, optimization of staffing and process maturity as technologies shift. You should not only be passionate about delivering leading-edge IT solutions, but should also be obsessed with contributing to the development of high-performing teams. Job Responsibilities Play a key leadership role within WAI to develop and execute a strategy that meets business objectives, enables critical decision making and supports current/future initiatives. Build the roadmap for strategic implementations of WAI applications, in partnership with the Enterprise Architecture team and Key Business Stakeholders. Build and develop a cross functional team responsible for product development and support initiatives that is innovative, adaptable, responsive and agile. Work collaboratively throughout the organization on the execution of the product portfolio vision and strategy to ensure success. Act as both internal customer and product advocate, leading and directing internal and external teams. Identify new product ideas, monitor customer trends, develop and test concepts, and measure performance. Execute product strategies and create/maintain product roadmaps that prioritize customer needs and lead to cost effective service delivery. Lead, inspire, manage and motivate a team of direct reports who develop, test, implement and support WAI technologies. Develop and manage the strategic product lifecycle, through roadmaps, Decision Papers, etc.) from opportunity assessment, initial planning phase, and tactical activities thru implementation and deployment. Larger more complex projects may require Project Manager support from the Project Management Office. Assist the IT Client Services Directors with translating business goals, feature concepts, vendor solutions and customer needs into comprehensive requirements, compelling business plans and budget workbooks. Manage scope, resources, timelines, expectations and deliverables to deliver quality and balanced products on time and budget through tools such as service ticketing system and Azure Dev Ops. Build consensus and drive collaboration across teams, stakeholders and external business partners (vendors). Articulate and drive resolution to issues and foster communication in all directions. Adeptly deliver tough messages in a way the builds partnerships and inspires action. Manage vendors, vendor software and consulting partnerships that support WAI technology. Prepare and present business cases that clearly describe strategy and tactical objectives to stakeholders and all levels executive leadership to define continual product improvement. Define and analyze comprehensive metrics to inform the success of products post implementation and ongoing strategic planning. Manage communication at all level of leadership regarding product goals and progress to goals. Build partnerships and relationships with key business stakeholders. Constantly evaluate and improve the tools and processes used to effectively deliver WAI products rapidly and cost effectively. Manage multiple annual budgets and ability to forecast expenditures each year that impact bi-annual City budgeting. Capable of handling incidents when they arise and take the lead role of Incident Commander through resolution and long-term mitigation Build and manage annual WAI Work Plan for support work efforts. Qualifications Required Qualifications : NOTE: Equivalent combinations of education and experience will be considered for the required qualifications except where specifically noted. Education: Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, Business Administration, or a closely related field, or an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience. Experience: Five+ years of proven leadership and advancement in IT Applications Management Three+ years' experience engaging with all levels of management including senior level executives Three+ years of work, asset and inventory management applications/systems, possibly something which aligns to functionality of these types of applications/systems Demonstrated experience with application development and support methodologies (i.e. ITIL, Lean, etc.) Demonstrated strong vendor management skills Proven leadership, communication, and interpersonal skills Detailed knowledge and capability of project management related to application development Demonstrated experience with Waterfall, Agile and Iterative development. Experience with enterprise applications, COTS, SaaS, PaaS and IaaS solutions and complex systems integrations Experience with service ticket applications, work prioritization and break-down Demonstrated experience managing small projects, O&M support work and incident management for proper resource allocation. Capability : Ability to build trust and engagement with executives, customers, peers and team. Seizes opportunities to learn. Understands the importance of teamwork, building relationships and facilitation. Ability to produce high quality deliverables while maintaining schedule commitments. Experience creating strong working relationships with co-workers in business units, technology teams and across all levels of the organization. Demonstrated ability to work independently and as part of a project team. Strong oral and written communication skills to convey technical information to non-technical staff or customers, commitment to excellent customer service and outstanding customer relationship skills. Proven ability to proactively solve problems and recommend solutions. Strong analytical and critical thinking skills. Process orientation with strong attention to detail. High energy; able to deal with demanding pace and changing priorities with the ability to remain calm under pressure. Ability to maintain confidentiality and a sense of humor, use good judgment and discretion, and interact with diverse workforce within the City and customer base. Desired Qualifications: Master's degree in Computer Science, Business Administration, Human Resources and/or specialization in Work, Asset & Inventory Management or Project Management Experience with Managed Services Contracts, Service Level Agreements and Vendor Contracts Working knowledge of Oracle (include APEX) and, Microsoft applications and systems Government/public sector experience Experience with Oracle Utilities platform of applications (i.e.WAMS), IBMMaximo, Hansen Technologies, ABB Asset Suite Experience implementing enterprise applications with complexintegrations Additional Information Special Conditions : Ability to work non-business hours when necessary Ability to work On-call and handle incidents for WAI applications Occasional travel to offsite facilities and remote locations may be necessary. Closing Date/Time: 4/30/2019 4:00 PM Pacific
City of Seattle, WA Seattle, Washington, United States
Apr 17, 2019
Full Time
Position Description The Office of Economic Development (OED) is a Mayor's Executive Office, responsible for working with the Mayor and City Council develop, analyze and implement policies and programs that support the City's economic development agenda. As well, our organization is committed to creating equitable and inclusive work environments to support the success of the full range of our employees. We believe that employees who feel valued and respected will create policies, programs, practices and services to effectively meet the needs and exceed the expectations of our diverse community. As a diverse staff, OED supports the City's economic agenda by delivering programs that support local talent development, provide technical assistance and financing opportunities, support Seattle's neighborhood business districts, and develop policies supportive of an equitable and diverse economy. These programs include the work of the Small Business Development Team, Workforce Development Team, the Neighborhood Business District Team, Startup Seattle, and Entrepreneurship and Industry (E&I) Team. The Startup/IT Advocate is part of our E&I Team and reports to the E&I Team Director. The Startup/IT Advocate is tasked with addressing the changing needs of Seattle's Startup/IT sectors, as well as developing deep relationships across this community.OED's Startup/IT Advocate position is focused on thesemain elements: Identifying public-private partnerships that further OED's mission to advance access to economic opportunity for businesses and communities in Seattle by thinking and operating through the lenses of youth empowerment, equity, and race and social justice, and serving as a liaison regionally, nationally, and internationally. Tracking trends in Startup/IT industries - primarily jobs, policies, and applications across sub-sectors (cloud, AI, and e-commerce), in emerging industries (blockchain, mixed reality, etc.), and across other industry verticals (healthcare, manufacturing, etc.). Creating and managing programs that serve Seattle youth, and serve technology startup founders, workers, and investors, as well as technology startup community leaders and organizations. Job Responsibilities Here is more about what you will be doing: Work with stakeholders to inform policy decisions and long-term strategies that promote opportunity and remove barriers for youth, workers, and businesses. Work with community partners and cross-functional teams within OED and the City of Seattle. Take a consultative and customer service-oriented approach to entrepreneurial problem-solving. Support local and regional workforce initiatives to create a robust and coordinated workforce strategy in support of family-wage career pathways. What you will need to be successful in this position: Youwill be successful if you feel passionate about: Working towards equity by addressing disproportionality within Startup/IT industries. Putting Seattle on the global map of innovation and becoming known as the best place in the world to start a technology company. Shortening entrepreneurs' paths to success (and discovery). Listening to innovators in order to inform policy decisions, that in turn promote entrepreneurial success. Working with the community and doing outreach to promote entrepreneurship in startup / IT industries. Your effectiveness in this role will depend on your ability to: Have a deep understanding of the challenges faced by businesses and entrepreneurs, particularly those from racially and ethnically diverse communities Communicate effectively, orally and in writing across broad audiences, while working in a political and fast-paced environment on a cross-functional team. Create, nurture, and leverage deep relationships inside the City of Seattle, the IT industry, and the business community-at-large. Implement programming sensitive to the needs of diverse clients in a culturally competent framework. Take a consultative and customer service-oriented approach to entrepreneurial problem-solving. Work effectively with diverse cultural, business and technical groups and individuals from the full range of differences reflected in our community, including but not limited to: ableness/disability, age, economic/social class, English proficiency, ethnicity, family status, gender identity and expression, national origin/citizenship status, race, religion/spiritual expression, and sexual orientation. Successfully manage competing priorities. You will feel prepared to take on this role if you have experience in: Public/private partnerships Running and/or supporting technology startups as either a founder or CEO. Coaching/screening/advising startups, particularly in the areas of marketing, financing, and leadership. Understanding of key economic success factors and ability to analyze and communicate trends. Developing and implementing programs, services, courses, etc., that are designed to meet the needs of our diverse population. Collaborating and partnering with colleagues and partners from diverse backgrounds and the full range of experiences and identities. Qualifications In addition to the ability to complete the tasks mentioned above, you will need to possess the below required qualifications or show equivalency with a combination of education, training, or experience: A Bachelor's degree (arts or sciences) or equivalent work, education or training experience At least five years of progressively responsible experience in professional-level technology, investment, entrepreneurial or economic development organizations. Additional Information This position is classified as aStrategic Advisor I - Exempt. To be considered for this position, please submit your complete application, resume, and cover letter at https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/seattle no later than 4:00 PM Pacific Time on Tuesday April 30, 2019 .In your cover letter, please clearly describe how your knowledge, skills, and abilities prepare you for the job responsibilities and qualifications outlined inthis job announcement. Incomplete applications will not be considered. Who may apply: The City encourages people of all backgrounds to apply, including people of color, immigrants, refugees, women, LGBTQ, people with disabilities, veterans, and those with diverse life experience.This position is open to all qualified candidates that meet the minimum qualifications. The City of Seattle values diverse perspectives and life experiences. Applicants will be considered regardless of race, color, creed, national origin, ancestry, sex, marital status, disability, religious or political affiliation, age, sexual orientation, or gender identity. Questions? Please contact Nicolette Hornbeck at Nicolette.Hornbeck@seattle.gov To learn more about the Office of Economic Development, please visit: https://www.seattle.gov/economicdevelopment ? Closing Date/Time: 4/30/2019 4:00 PM Pacific
City of Seattle, WA Seattle, Washington, United States
Apr 17, 2019
Full Time
Position Description Human Services, a department of the City of Seattle, funds and operates programs and services that meet the basic needs of the most vulnerable people in our community - families and individuals with low incomes, children, domestic violence and sexual assault victims, homeless people, seniors, and persons with disabilities. We invest in programs that help people gain independence and success. This position will perform professional nutrition specialist duties, monitoring and assessing nutrition services to licensed family child care providers who contract with the City of Seattle Child Care Nutrition Program (CCNP). This job requires the ability to monitor and train family child care providers so they remain in compliance with program guidelines as outlined by the United States Department of Agriculture's (USDA) Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP), the State of Washington Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction's (OSPI), and the Division of Early Learning's (DEL) minimum licensing requirements. This position performs activities to promote community involvement and participation in the CCNP program and activities. This position will report to the Human Services Program Supervisor. Job Responsibilities Reviews menu and attendance records submitted by family child care providers for payment Provides technical assistance and corrective action information directly to providers Plans and conducts on-site meal reviews and training for approximately 45 family child care providers Requires knowledge of and ability to interpret various child nutrition mandates and licensing capacity requirements Identifies specific problem areas of individual child care providers through home and menu reviews, and documents meal observations Provides realistic suggestions to ensure provider consistently meets USDA requirements Monitors the quality of meal service and meal compliance with USDA guidelines Provides menu planning information based on USDA guidelines Prepares and presents program orientations at workshops, conferences, or fairs Recruits new family child care providers to participate in the Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) with the City of Seattle Trains and orients new providers on the rules and regulations of the CACFP Reviews and amends handouts and handbooks to include new USDA regulations Assists with developing and implementing trimester training topics for child care providers Prepares monthly reports and correspondence Assists in the preparation of a program newsletter Conducts on-site meal reviews and provider trainings that are frequently held in the evening and occasionally during the weekend Other duties as assigned Qualifications Education: Bachelor's degreein Social Sciences, Human Services, Business Administration, Public Administration, or a related field is required (or a combination of education and/or training and/or experience which provides an equivalent background required to perform the work of the class). Experience: Requires one year of experience in human services administration, service delivery, community organizing, contract administration. Certification/License: Current State of Washington driver's license or evidence of equivalent mobility. Additional Information Desired Qualifications: Experience in the child care field, early learning service delivery, child care nutrition and/or contract administration. Highly organized, motivated and a self-starter Experience monitoring the Child and Adult Food Program or other USDA funded programs Experience working with children in a family home child care setting or other child care setting Ability to work effectively with persons from culturally, socio-economically and ethnically diverse backgrounds Knowledge of nutrition, menu planning, and food safety Ability to work with minimum supervision Detail oriented Ability to adapt to changing situations Able to meet deadlines Excellent oral and written communication skills Experience training individuals and/or in group settings Creative problem solving and conflict resolution skills Ability to identify program needs and plan and implement solutions Working experience in Minute Menu or similar database and Microsoft Office products Second language fluency such as Somali, Russian, Ukranian, Arabic, or Spanish A commitment to providing culturally competent services Job offers are contingent on the verification of credentials and other information required by the employment process including the completion of a background check which includes criminal history and driving history review. Some positions also require a pre-employment exam. For more information on the Human Services Department, please visit: www.seattle.gov/humanservices. Closing Date/Time: 4/23/2019 4:00 PM Pacific
City of Seattle, WA Seattle, Washington, United States
Apr 17, 2019
Full Time
Position Description Are you looking to join a team of talented, skilled, and dedicated professionals who are committed to providing excellent service? As stewards and regulators of land and buildings, the Department ofConstruction and Inspections is dedicated to preserving and enhancing the equity, livability, safety, and health in our communities. We are very pleased to announce an opportunity to join the SDCI team as an Elevator Inspector, Journey. Each inspector independently conducts the required inspections on elevators, escalators, and conveyance equipment within an assigned geographic area. Inspections are performed on all new and altered conveyance installations and annual certification inspections of over 6600 existing conveyances are performed. Job Responsibilities You will feel prepared to take on this role if youcan : Use your independent judgment and ability to interpret and apply the relevant code requirements to evaluate the safety and compliance features of widely varied installations. Resolve problems and assist contractors with technical advice on equipment changes or alterations concerning code compliance and take equipment out of service as determined to be appropriate. Communicate effectively with contractors, repair and maintenance personnel, owners, and the public to resolve property violations and non-compliance, and provide advice and interpretation of regulations. Check and test elevator equipment upon completion of construction of major installations or alterations to determine compliance with ASME and other applicable codes and regulations and may lead a team of inspectors in such inspections. Inspect existing installations to ensure proper operating condition and safety of equipment. Perform follow-up inspections of installations placed out of service to determine compliance and suitability to be placed back into service. Maintain files on new installations, major modifications, and annual certifications. Write annual reports on code violations and potentially unsafe conditions. Review new technology relating to elevators and similar equipment for compliance with codes. Review proposed new codes for adoption. Observe and evaluate safety tests performed by elevator maintenance contractors for approval. Inform owners, operators, and contractors regarding applicable code provisions and violations. Post such notices as "Unsafe" and "Stop Work" as necessary. Remove unsafe conveyances from service when required. Perform fire service tests, life safety tests, and emergency power tests for elevators and related equipment. Enter inspection information electronically. Your effectiveness and ability to succeed in this position will be enhanced by your : Ability to work independently and under limited supervision. Ability to interpret and apply guidelines and specifications to resolve complex elevator issues and problems. Your excellent customer service and strong writing and communication skills. Your basic knowledge of computers and MS Outlook and Word and your project management and leadership skills. Qualifications Minimum Qualifications: Four years of experience as a Journey level elevator mechanic (two years equivalent to an elevator inspector entry level and two additional years of progressively responsible and recent experience), or as an elevator inspector for a public sector organization enforcing elevator safety codes in relation to a wide variety of equipment. Any other combination of equivalent education, training and experience providing the necessary knowledge, skills and abilities will be considered. Work Environment/Physical Demands: Must exercise caution in working at heights in elevator shafts or open hoist ways, inspecting silent moving equipment, climbing ladders to gain access to roof-top machine rooms, and crawling into hoist way pit areas. Climb near and work around very high (480) voltage, wiring and equipment. Sometimes exposed to hazardous/toxic chemicals and materials. Desired Qualifications: Attend certification for QEI within 12 months of hire date. Learn and perform SDCI plan review and permitting process and assist when needed Occasional overtime may be required. Additional Information Job offers are contingent on the verification of credentials and other information required by the employment process including a pre-employment physical, a driving abstract, and a background check of conviction and arrest records in compliance with Seattle's Fair Chance Employment Ordinance, SMC 14.17. Applicants will be provided an opportunity to explain or correct background information. The Seattle Department of Construction and Inspections is a proud participant in the Race and Social Justice Initiative, a citywide effort to realize the vision of racial equity. We require a strong commitment to customer service and a demonstrated ability to work effectively with individuals from diverse communities and cultures. The City of Seattle values diverse perspectives and life experiences; people of color, women, LGBTQ, people with disabilities, and veterans are encouraged to apply. Closing Date/Time: Continuous
City of Seattle, WA Seattle, Washington, United States
Apr 17, 2019
Full Time
Position Description Mission: To deliver a high-quality transportation system for Seattle. Vision: A vibrant Seattle with connected people, places, and products. Seattle Department of Transportation's (SDOT) portfolio of work is vast. From filling potholes to paving streets, tweaking traffic signals and helping buses and freight deliveries run on time, creating enjoyable public spaces and building out a network of bike lanes and sidewalks to serve all ages and abilities. And that's just a snapshot. In our quickly growing city, how we get around, how safe it is, how much it costs, how much time it takes, and how reliable it is - is top of mind for most of us just about every day. Our core values drive our work toward creating a safe, connected, vibrant, affordable, and innovative city for all. Position Summary: Work in the Urban Forestry unit of the Maintenance Operations division of the Seattle Department of Transportation performing skilled and complex work in propagation, planting, soil preparation, pruning, fertilizing, weeding, and caring for annuals, perennials, shrubs, trees, and turf areas within the city of Seattle. The gardener teams with other gardeners in close proximity to the public, performing work in SDOT landscapes located within the right-of-way (ROW). This position reports to the Landscape Supervisor. Job Responsibilities Work independently and occasionally lead small crews of intermittent and regular laborers and assistant gardeners; Evaluate conditions and situations in the field and take appropriate action without direct supervision on a regular basis; Utilize Integrated Pest Management (IPM) practices in order to control invasive and noxious weeds; Operate and perform minor maintenance of small hand and power tools such as hedge trimmers, string trimmers, edgers, mowers, and chainsaws; Plant, transplant, weed, prune, and care for annuals, perennials, shrubs, trees and turf areas; maintain landscaped areas along high-volume transportation corridors where traffic control measures are required to protect the safety of the work crew and the public; Estimate, plan, and coordinate work for safety and efficiency; Prescribe and oversee the management of traffic control set-ups as well as the transport of materials and equipment to and from worksites; Implement projects to install new or renovate existing landscaped areas based on work instructions and project plans; Responsible for the proper use of safety gear and work practices to ensure safety for all work activities including work in highly urban areas where it is common to encounter refuse for which specific safety measures, handling, and disposal techniques are required; Communicate effectively with the public and community groups and oversee volunteer-supported efforts; Respond to emergencies in the ROW involving vegetation, landslides, or other weather-caused events Work in a multicultural work place and with diverse customers, emphasizing communication for cooperation, collaboration, and inclusiveness in support of department goals to promote diversity and social justice. These responsibilities are only a summary of typical functions of the job and are not intended to be an exhaustive or comprehensive list of all possible job responsibilities, tasks, and duties. May perform other duties as assigned. Qualifications Minimum Qualifications: Two years' work experience in landscape construction or maintenance or in the propagation and maintenance of flowers, plants, shrubs, and trees at a conservatory, greenhouse, or nursery. (Or other combinations of education, training, and/or experience that provide an equivalent background required to perform the work of the class may be evaluated on an individual basis for comparability). Desired Qualifications: One-year lead experience overseeing the maintenance of landscaped areas along high-volume transportation corridors or similar sites where pedestrian and traffic control measures are required for work operations; Six months experience operating commercial riding mowers; One-year experience in the prescription and implementation of Integrated Pest Management strategies for the management of invasive weed species and other pests specific to Pacific NW plant materials; Experience in the interpretation of work instructions including landscaping plans; Class B CDL with tanker endorsement and airbrake restriction removed; ISA Certified Arborist. WSNLA CPH (Certified Professional Horticulturalist). Required Certifications/Licenses : Current Washington State driver's license WA State Public Pesticide operator's license and Flager Certification are required within one year of appointment. Work Environment/Physical Demands: Required to stand, walk, or bend for extended periods of time. Required to lift objects that weigh 50 pounds or less. Handles or works with toxic/hazardous substances. Required to work outdoors in all types of weather. Required to work in areas of high vehicular or pedestrian traffic. Additional Information Your application will not be reviewed if these items are missing or incomplete. Hiring Process Applications are reviewed after the posting closes. Qualified candidates must submit the following to be considered: Completed NEOGOV online application. Supplemental questionnaire responses. Current résumé indicating relevant experience and education. Offers of employment are contingent on verification of information provided by the applicant as part of the application process, including potential background check, pre-placement physical exam, and full driver's abstract. In addition to filling the vacancy advertised, this recruitment may be used to fill additional, short term assignments on a temporarybasis as needed for up to six months. Closing Date/Time: 4/23/2019 4:00 PM Pacific
City of Seattle, WA Seattle, Washington, United States
Apr 17, 2019
Full Time
Position Description The Seattle Office for Civil Rights (SOCR) envisions a city of liberated people where communities historically impacted by racism, oppression, and colonization hold power and thrive. SOCR's mission is to end structural racism and discrimination through accountable community relationships and anti-racism organizing, policy development, and civil rights enforcement. The SOCR advances civil rights and removes barriers to equity by enforcing illegal discrimination laws in Employment, Housing, Public Places, Fair Contracting, Title VI and ADA Title II in the City of Seattle. We also work to realize the vision of racial equity by leading the City of Seattle's Race and Social Justice Initiative. The Civil Rights Investigator is responsible for receiving complaints, investigating, and negotiating settlements involving Seattle's non-discrimination and civil rights laws. This role is responsible for enforcing non-discrimination under local and federal laws in employment, housing, public places, and contracting. The position enforces local civil rights protections such as Seattle's all-gender restroom ordinance, the ban on providing conversion therapy to minors ordinance, and the fair chance housing ordinance. In addition to carrying a caseload, the Civil Rights Investigator conducts trainings, participates in outreach, and provides technical assistance to educate the public on civil rights. This role reports to the Civil Rights Supervisor and is part of the Enforcement Division. Job Responsibilities Here is more about what you will be doing: Intake, Investigations, and Settlement Negotiations: Conduct intake interviews to gather information to support filing a complaint; Conduct party information searches to identify correct businesses and individuals for service; Draft charges based on the reported allegations in accordance with local and federal law; Process signed complaints for case investigation; Investigate complex and systemic complaints of discrimination that begins with planning case strategy; Interview parties and witnesses and prepare statements and affidavits; Conduct fact-finding and settlement conferences; negotiate predetermination settlements and conciliation agreements; Collect and analyze evidence. Write findings of fact. Apply legal theories of discrimination; Maintain case files and manage a caseload. The work product of the Enforcement Division is ultimately subject to judicial scrutiny and must meet procedural and technical standards to withstand challenge. Trainings, Outreach, and Technical Assistance Facilitate trainings on civil rights laws to businesses and community; Participate in outreach events that educate and promote civil rights and equity; Provide information and technical assistance on civil rights laws to City departments, private employers, housing providers, businesses, community organizations, and members of the public. Race and Social Justice Initiative Adhere to and apply RSJ competencies to intake, investigations, trainings, and other enforcement duties.Use RSJ tools and resources and support RSJI activities throughout the city. You will be successful in this role if you have experience in: Investigating discrimination complaints and enforcing non-discrimination laws and civil rights law. Community outreach and training. Settlement negotiation. Legal and/or human resources background. Civil Rights, social justice and/or advocacy background. You will be prepared to taken on this role if you have: Strong people skills with a high level of empathy and emotional intelligence for the parties involved. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Strong attention to detail for documentation and report writing. Strong legal analysis skills. Interviewing skills. Knowledge of discrimination laws. Strong critical thinking and analytical skills. Demonstrated ability to effectively manage stressful situations. The ability to contribute positively to a diverse working environment. Proficiency in in Microsoft Office 2000 or later (Word, Access, PowerPoint, Excel), Skype for Business, and Adobe Connect. Qualifications In addition to the ability to perform the tasks described above, you will need to possess the following required qualifications: Education: Bachelor's degree in Public or Business Administration, Human Resources Management, Industrial Relations,Political Science or closely related field.Law degree (JD) is desired. Experience: Two (2) years of professional experience with major work assignments emphasizing civil rights law enforcement, equal employment opportunity, complaint investigation, affirmative action program implementation, personnel administration, labor relations, mediation, or work in a related analytical discipline Or Equivalency : A combination of education, training, or experience which provides an equivalent background required to perform this job will be evaluated. License: Current Washington State driver's license or evidence of equivalent mobility. Additional Information This position is classified as a Civil Rights Analyst.It is an overtime eligible, full time status position. To be considered for this position, please submit your complete application, resume, and cover letter at https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/seattle no later than 4:00 PM Pacific Time on Tuesday April 23, 2019 .In your cover letter, please clearly describe how your knowledge, skills, and abilities prepare you for the job responsibilities and qualifications outlined in this job announcement. Incomplete applications will not be considered. Who may apply: This position is open to all qualified candidates that meet the minimum qualifications. The City of Seattle values diverse perspectives and life experiences. Applicants will be considered regardless of race, color, creed, national origin, ancestry, sex, marital status, disability, religious or political affiliation, age, sexual orientation, or gender identity. The City encourages people of all backgrounds to apply, including people of color, immigrants, refugees, women, LGBTQ, people with disabilities, veterans, and those with diverse life experience. Questions? Please contact Nicolette Hornbeck at Nicolette.Hornbeck@seattle.gov To learn more about the Office for Civil Rights, please visit: https://www.seattle.gov/civilrights Closing Date/Time: 4/23/2019 4:00 PM Pacific
City of Seattle, WA Seattle, Washington, United States
Apr 17, 2019
Full Time
Position Description Mission: To deliver a high-quality transportation system for Seattle. Vision: A vibrant Seattle with connected people, places, and products. Seattle Department of Transportation's (SDOT) portfolio of work is vast. From filling potholes to paving streets, tweaking traffic signals and helping buses and freight deliveries run on time, creating enjoyable public spaces and building out a network of bike lanes and sidewalks to serve all ages and abilities. And that's just a snapshot. In our quickly growing city, how we get around - how safe it is, how much it costs, how much time it takes, and how reliable it is - is top of mind for most of us just about every day. Our core values drive our work toward creating a safe, connected, vibrant, affordable, and innovative city for all. Position Overview Maintenance Operations Division is seeking a qualified Construction & Maintenance Equipment Operator. The position excavates, installs, maintains, and repairs City facilities and roadways while operating specific types of motorized construction and maintenance equipment and allied attachments. In addition, execute specific instructions and take complete responsibility for the safe operation of heavy construction and maintenance equipment. The position requires application of appropriate guidelines, such as the operating procedures, to the specific equipment used. Knowledge of the operation of construction and maintenance equipment is required, as well as, the ability to operate motorized construction and maintenance equipment and their accessories, and heavy trucks for transporting construction and maintenance equipment. Job Responsibilities Operate mobile sweepers to clean streets on designated routes, clean up spills in the street, and support regional water quality initiatives. Operate rubber tire loaders to move materials, equipment, and supplies. Operate backhoe in Right-of-Way (ROW) on street restoration or other types of work. Operate road graders during emergency responses such as Snow and Ice storms, or to reset Jersey Barriers or to grade streets. Operates tractor mowers to cut vegetation in the ROW. Operates rollers and related paving equipment. Support department goals in promoting diversity and social justice. Maintains, troubleshoots, and cleans equipment. Checks oil, water, and tire pressure. Washes windows and washes off dirt and grease. Inspect job assignments for overhead obstructions and hazardous conditions. Drive trucks and truck/trailer combinations to and from job sites, or to move materials, equipment, and supplies. Ensures that safety measures are observed when loading and unloading material. Required to act in a lead capacity at job sites where all other activities are secondary to equipment operation. Required to be a working member of the team. Document daily activities, inspections, and accomplishments. Support department goals in promoting race, diversity, and social justice. These responsibilities are only a summary of typical functions of the job and are not intended to be an exhaustive or comprehensive list of all possible job responsibilities, tasks, and duties. May perform other duties as assigned. Maintains, troubleshoots, and cleans equipment. Checks oil, water, and tire pressure. Washes windows and washes off dirt and grease. Inspect job assignments for overhead obstructions and hazardous conditions. Drive trucks and truck/trailer combinations to and from job sites, or to move materials, equipment, and supplies. Ensures that safety measures are observed when loading and unloading material. Required to act in a lead capacity at job sites where all other activities are secondary to equipment operation. Required to be a working member of the team. Document daily activities, inspections, and accomplishments. Support department goals in promoting race, diversity, and social justice These responsibilities are only a summary of typical functions of the job and are not intended to be an exhaustive or comprehensive list of all possible job responsibilities, tasks, and duties. May perform other duties as assigned. Qualifications Minimum Qualifications: One-year experience in heavy equipment operation and maintenance orcompletion of a recognized course in construction and maintenance equipment operation, including practical operating experience and instruction in mechanical principles and general construction and maintenance procedures (combination of education, training, and experience will be evaluated on an individual basis for comparability). Work Environment/Physical Demands Works outdoors in all weather. Exposed to dust, dirt, high noise levels, diesel and gas fumes, and engine exhaust. Moderate physical exertion required to operate equipment. Standing, bending, stooping, and lifting in excess of 50 pounds sometimes required. License, Certification and Other Requirements Current Washington State Commercial Class A driver's license with the Air Brake restriction removed. Desired Qualifications: Experience operating mechanical and regenerative mobile sweepers preferred. Experience driving truck and trailer with equipment loaded a plus. Ability to be flexible within a fast-pacedteam environment. Excellent communication skills and a strong commitment to dealing with all issues and people fairly, consistently and equitably. Knowledge of state and federal safety regulations. Good work history and positive attendance. Demonstrates safety record and leadership classes. Additional Information Your application will not be reviewed if these items are missing or incomplete. Hiring Process Applications are reviewed after the posting closes. Qualified candidates must submit the following to be considered: Completed NEOGOV online application. Supplemental questionnaire responses. Current résumé indicating relevant experience and education. Offers of employment are contingent on verification of information provided by the applicant as part of the application process, including potential background check, pre-placement physical exam, and full driver's abstract. This recruitment process may be used as needed for up to six months, depending on hiring needs to hire qualified candidates for this position. Closing Date/Time: 4/23/2019 4:00 PM Pacific
City of Seattle, WA Seattle, Washington, United States
Apr 16, 2019
Full Time
Position Description Mission: To deliver a high-quality transportation system for Seattle. Vision: A vibrant Seattle with connected people, places, and products. Seattle Department of Transportation's (SDOT) portfolio of work is vast. From filling potholes to paving streets, tweaking traffic signals and helping buses and freight deliveries run on time, creating enjoyable public spaces and building out a network of bike lanes and sidewalks to serve all ages and abilities. And that's just a snapshot. In our quickly growing city, how we get around, how safe it is, how much it costs, how much time it takes, and how reliable it is - is top of mind for most of us just about every day. Our core values drive our work toward creating a safe, connected, vibrant, affordable, and innovative city for all. The Mobility Services SA2 reports to the Mobility Services Manager in the Transit and Mobility Division of the Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT). This position is responsible for leading strategic and innovative transportation program development and implementation, including advancing a visionary mobility program to address emerging mobility technologies and transportation demand management. The position assists SDOT in proactively tracking evolving transportation technologies, including shared mobility and Shared Mobility Hubs, First Mile/Last Mile strategies, Mobility as a Service, autonomous vehicles and transportation electrification, that meet the City's transportation equity and Race and Social Justice goals. Job Responsibilities Lead and manage implementation of ongoing projects and pilots related to Electric Vehicle and Autonomous Vehicle policy, regulatory framework and deployment; Shared Mobility Hub Electrification; First and Last Mile Strategies and Solutions. Serve as a program lead to develop and manage an integrated framework for innovative mobility that support and aligns with adopted plans and SDOT priorities. Apply an entrepreneurial, adaptable mindset and support a culture of innovation, evaluation, and continuous improvement at SDOT. Lead internal cross divisional efforts. Coordinate across Department and working groups to obtain common strategic objectives. Experience working on implementing technological advances that increase the use of travel options and/or enhances user convenience. Advance local deployment of smart mobility and other emerging urban mobility solutions including working with multiple public/private non-traditional transportation providers and seek grant opportunities. Demonstrate a commitment to equity and sustainability. Ensure that various transportation options, including shared mobility, are available to all, and that the policy, programmatic, and regulatory efforts further equity goals. Develop and implement programs and strategies that address all ages, abilities, incomes and equitably serve all people and neighborhoods in Seattle. Identify trends and best practices to develop new initiatives and projects that are integrated with and support other City programs and policies. Represent the Department and the Division before a wide variety of internal and external audiences; prepare and deliver presentations other agencies, elected officials, transportation stakeholders and other related groups. Qualifications Minimum Qualifications: Education: Bachelor's Degree in Engineering, Transportation Planning, Urban Planning or related field (or a combination of education and/or training and/or experience which provides an equivalent background required to perform the work of the class) Experience: Five years of professional experience leading and developing multi-modal transportation programs, including public engagement processes. DesiredQualifications: Masterdegree in relevant subject area At least three years' experience performing significant work with elected officials, members of the public and public agencies; communication skills (written and oral) that are effective and persuasive with a wide diversity of people Experience implementing personalized transportation services, including use of behavioral economics practices/behavior change program experience Experience implementing technological advances that increase use of travel options and/or user convenience Demonstrated success is creating partnerships and managing stakeholders with sometimes conflicting interests Ability to analyze data; define problems; identify potential solutions; develop implementation strategies; and evaluate outcomes Demonstrated ability to independently set workload priorities, manage multiple funding sources and lead multidisciplinary teams across organizational lines; and demonstrated ability to work with demanding and competing deadlines Experience negotiating agreements and problem-solving in a resource constrained environment Experience building partnerships with private and government entities Demonstrated ability to work under pressure and manage demanding and competing deadlines Ability to handle sensitive issues with diplomacy and poise Ability to effectively work in a multi-cultural workplace with a diverse customer base. Work Environment/Physical Demands: Work is usually performed in an office environment. Other Requirements: Ability to work occasional nights and weekends as required Current Washington State driver's license or evidence of equivalent mobility may be required for some positions. Additional Information Your application will not be reviewed if these items are missing or incomplete. Hiring Process Applications are reviewed after the posting closes. Qualified candidates must submit the following to be considered: Completed NEOGOV online application. Supplemental questionnaire responses. Cover letter describing how your skills and experience align with the stated job responsibilities and qualifications. Current résumé indicating relevant experience and education. Offers of employment are contingent on verification of information provided by the applicant as part of the application process, including potential background check, pre-placement physical exam, and full driver's abstract. This recruitment process may be used as needed for up to six months, depending on hiring needs to hire qualified candidates for this position. Closing Date/Time: 5/7/2019 4:00 PM Pacific
City of Seattle, WA Seattle, Washington, United States
Apr 13, 2019
Full Time
Position Description Whether it's ensuring public health and safety; providing clean drinking water and environmentally responsible electricity services; connecting people, places and products via a high-quality transportation system; creating welcoming and safe places to play and build community; or acting upon opportunities to meet the challenges of a growing and vibrant city -City of Seattle employees make our community a better place every day. At Seattle Human Resources (SHR), our work promotes an equitable and engaging work environment so employees can do their best work and make a difference for the people and communities we serve. The mission of our department is toprovide strategic and operational human resources services that advance Workforce Equity to meet the City's workforce and organizational needs. Our values reflect our best thinking of how we want to act and interact with customers, consumers, stakeholders and each other: respect, excellence, integrity, equity, adaptability, integration and accountability. As a Senior Labor Relations Strategic Analyst, you will report directly to the Labor Relations Director and have extensive contact with all levels of City management, including elected City Officials, representatives from other governmental, regulatory, and administrative agencies, labor union representatives, and their legal counsel. You will be tasked with overseeing the analysis of all proposals in support of bargaining; representing the City in labor-management problem resolution and resolving complex problems of a legal nature which may be politically sensitive and have substantial cost implications for the City. Job Responsibilities Here's more of what you'll be doing: Performing specialized, professional labor relations activities of a highly sensitive and confidential nature. Formulating strategy and coordinating resources to present the City's interest in labor negotiations, mediation, arbitration, grievances and grievance arbitration, unfair labor practices, and state and federal agency proceedings. Negotiating labor contracts and Memorandum of Understandings with unions that represent City employees. Interpreting collective bargaining agreements and negotiating mid-term agreements. Representing Labor Relations on various committees and workgroups throughout the department and citywide, working closely with the City Budget Office, Central Payroll, HR Policy and the HRIS group. Perform high level analytics in support of negotiations including costing complex proposals, performing research and surveys, writing executive summaries and contract proposals for audiences including the Mayor's Office and City Council. Supervising Labor Relations Analyst staff. Providing oversight of proposed contract language prior to legislation for consistency and accuracy. Engaging with a lens of Race and Social Justice and Workforce Equity. You will be successful in this role if you have experience in: 4 or more years in contract negotiations/administration and complex costing/analysis. Working on contract proposals. Working in a large public organization. Working collaboratively with a diverse workforce. Supervising employees or being a a team lead is highly desired. You will be prepared to take on this role if you have: Knowledge and/or experience in Employment Law. Knowledge of Washington State Regulations governing labor relations. Exceptionally strong analytical skills. Qualifications In addition to the ability to complete the tasks mentioned above, you will need to possess the below required qualifications: Bachelor's Degree in Labor Relations, Public or Business Administration, Economics, or a related field 3 years of professional experience in a labor and/or employee relations environment, including experience in labor contract negotiations and administration, employment law or as a Labor Relations or Budget analyst. Equivalency : A combination of education, training, or experience which provides an equivalent background required to perform this job will be evaluated on an individual basis. License: Current Washington State driver's license or evidence of equivalent mobility. In addition, all potential Human Resources team members are evaluated for the following competencies: Customer Service - the ability to work effectively with internal customer and/or clients to satisfy their service or product expectations Communication - the ability to take part in effective communication, which is characterized by skills and understandings that enable communication utilizing the Department's values Job Knowledge - the degree to which employees have job-specific knowledge necessary to provide the appropriate quality and quantity of work in a timely and efficient manner Accountability - the ability to demonstrate responsibility for personal and professional conduct, which contributes to the overall goals and objectives of the Department Interpersonal Skills - the ability to interact effectively with others to establish and maintain smooth working relationships Additional Information This position is classified as aStrategic Advisor III - General Government. To be considered for this position, please submit your complete application, resume, and cover letter at https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/seattle no later than 4:00 PM Pacific Time on Tuesday April 30, 2019 .In your cover letter, please clearly describe how your knowledge, skills, and abilities prepare you for the job responsibilities and qualifications outlined inthis job announcement. Incomplete applications will not be considered. This hiring process involvesa driving history review and a background check of conviction and arrest records in compliance with Seattle's Fair Chance Employment Ordinance, SMC 14.17.Applicants will be provided an opportunity to explain or correct background information. Who may apply: This position is open to all qualified candidates that meet the minimum qualifications. The City of Seattle values diverse perspectives and life experiences. Applicants will be considered regardless of race, color, creed, national origin, ancestry, sex, marital status, disability, religious or political affiliation, age, sexual orientation, or gender identity. The City encourages people of all backgrounds to apply, including people of color, immigrants, refugees, women, LGBTQ, people with disabilities, veterans, and those with diverse life experience. Questions? Please contact Nicolette Hornbeck at Nicolette.Hornbeck@seattle.gov To learn more about Seattle Human Resources, please visit: https://www.seattle.gov/personnel/ Closing Date/Time: 4/30/2019 4:00 PM Pacific
City of Seattle, WA Seattle, Washington, United States
Apr 13, 2019
Full Time
Position Description We are looking for a talented professional with a passion for service, community, and technology to join our exciting team! The City of Seattle is seeking qualified candidates for an Information Security Engineer position, in Seattle Information Technology's Security, Risk, & Compliance Office. This position serves as a technical security engineer on the Information Security team.It's missionis to ensure a safe and secure technology environment and assure trusted service delivery to customer departments and the City of Seattle. Seattle IT provides technology leadership for the City enterprise, developing common standards, architectures, and business solutions; focused on developing scalable, sustainable solutions that enable departments to deliver City services more efficiently and effectively to constituents. Seattle IT harnesses the power of technology and telecommunications to facilitate City government serving Seattle's residents and businesses. Seattle IT is responsible for Citywide technology governance, strategic planning and policy development, and programs that promote technology literacy and public access to government information. The City's consolidated IT operation is 700 strong, providing professional technology services across City government and beyond. Job Responsibilities Operate technology systems and procedures for real-time security threat monitoring, such as intrusion detection/prevention (IDS/IPS), and PCAP. Support continuous development and maintenance of incident response plans, protocols, and procedures to continuously improve the security team's ability to detect and respond to potential security incidents. Work collaboratively to build incident response playbooks for common incidents Support City Departments with security questions and security testing. Participate in development and execution of cybersecurity incident response tabletop exercises across City Departments. Review and correlate system monitoring logs with real-time threat information and bulletins from external sources. Respond to incidents to contain, investigate, and remediate threats while following incident response procedures. Keep abreast of technological advancements and information assurance best practices. Conduct occasional penetration tests and phishing campaigns. Perform periodic technical security audits of access control, segmentation, and endpoint security. Perform varied job tasks as assigned commensurate with IT Professional B level. Qualifications Required Qualifications: NOTE: Equivalent combinations of education and experience will be considered for the required qualifications. Five years' progressively responsible experience in information assurance, security operations, systems engineering, network engineering, forensics, endpoint security, and/or security tool administration and use. Ability to plan, manage, and execute multiple tasks and projects within defined timelines. Excellent analytical ability, problem-solving, and leadership skills. Excellent verbal, written, and presentation communication skills and ability to remain calm under pressure while interacting with all levels of staff across City Departments. Ability to quickly assimilate the configurations and operations of information security infrastructure. Proven experience at least two of the following: in application, server, endpoint, cloud, and network security. Ability to analyze logs and packet captures to identify anomalies and threat indicators Ability to work in fast-paced government technology environment; to work as a productive member of a professional team, as well as initiative to be a self-starter; ability to work under pressure, multi-task, and rapidly change priorities. Experience with Windows and Linux command line tools and administration. Desired Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, Business Administration, or a closely related field, or an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience. Current, relevant professional certification, such as GPEN, GCIA, GCIH, CISSP, CEH, or equivalent Prior experience in public sector/government IT organization. Background in IT operations to include networking and/or system administration Familiarity with common scripting languages such as Python, PowerShell, or Bash.Experience with cloud security, including cloud access security brokers, O365 security, and data loss prevention controls. Exposure to compliance regulations such as PCI-DSS, NERC, CJIS, and others Experience with any or all of the following: FireEye tools, O365 Security and Compliance Center, Websense, vulnerability scanning tools, Elasticsearch, VirusTotal, Metasploit, and Burpsuite. Additional Information NOTE: Submit cover letter & resume along with NeoGov application. NOTE: Employment contingent upon successful completion of comprehensive background investigation. Closing Date/Time: 4/30/2019 4:00 PM Pacific
City of Seattle, WA FAS Warehouse 3807 2nd Avenue South, Washington, United States
Apr 11, 2019
Temporary
Position Description TheFinance and Administrative Services Department is seeking qualified applicants for a temporary Warehouser position within the Facilities Operations Division. This is the entry-level class in the Warehouser series and works under the direction of two senior warehouser staff. The Warehouser position is responsible for receiving, issuing and delivery of copy paper, City records, surplus property, interdepartmental mail, US mail and auto parts between City departments and various warehouse locations. In addition to working with a variety of material handling equipment such as hand trucks, pallet jacks, scissor lifts and forklifts, this position will also be responsible for pickups and deliveries using a van and delivery truck (25,000 GVW.) This position is also required to work directly with City department personnel and the public in the sale of surplus items. This temporary position is expected to last six months. Job Responsibilities Receives incoming stock, checks and counts items received against invoices, packing slips or bills of lading, inspects the materials for quality and damage, documents receipts, stores stock shipments. Performs routine recordkeeping and related clerical duties. Keeps storage area of warehouse neat and order to maintain a safe work environment. Drives a 25,000 GVW truck or delivery van to transport materials. Operates a variety of warehouse equipment and machinery including forklift, pallet jack, scissor lift, hand trucks. Performs other related duties of a comparable level and type as assigned. Qualifications Minimum Qualifications: Requires a minimum of six months of warehousing experience or related clerical experience (or a combination of education and/or training and/or experience which provides an equivalent background required to perform the work of the class.) Must possess or obtain Washington State Driver's License and Washington State Forklift and Scissor Lift Operations Certification within 30 days of employment. Other Requirements: This position requires you to stand, climb, walk or bend, squat, kneel, or work overhead, for extended periods of time. Required to frequently lift objects up to 50 pounds. Requires occasional outdoor service work in all types of weather. Desired Qualifications: At least two years of warehousing experience. At least two years of experience with a variety of material handling equipment including forklifts, powered pallet jacks and scissor lifts. Self-starter with the ability to work well independently and as a member of a team. Strong communication skills and the ability to work effectively with the public and a diverse work force. Additional Information Note: This position will require successful completion of a pre-employment physical and background clearance in order to work in specific government buildings. Closing Date/Time: 4/23/2019 4:00 PM Pacific
City of Seattle, WA Seattle, Washington, United States
Apr 11, 2019
Full Time
Position Description The Department of Finance and Administrative Services has a rare opportunity for a Risk Management Analyst) to join its Risk Management team. This position is responsible for permit insurance reviews and interacts primarily with the Seattle Department of Construction & Inspections (SDCI). The position requires a working knowledge of the principles of Risk Management, commercial insurance, and risk transfer as they relate to Public Entity exposures. Job Responsibilities Building Permits - Assist and guide owners, contractors, and insurance brokers/agents through the permit insurance collection and approval process. When owners or architects apply for building permits in the City, an SDCI reviewer determines if insurance is required for the building project. If insurance is required, the Permit Analyst determines the proper insurance and the required documentation for final approval and sign-off in the SDCI system (previously Hansen and now Accela). Side Sewer Permits - Assist and guide owners, contractors, and insurance brokers/agents through the permit insurance requirements and approval process, ensuring completion of all necessary documentation for final approval and delivery to the SDCI side sewer department. All Registered Side Sewer Contractors must maintain current insurance in order to obtain permits. Provide excellent customer service and communicate effectively on various risk management topics. Communicate with outside entities, insurance professionals, other public agencies and the general public. Negotiate skillfully, pay close attention to details and periodically provide training presentations to client staff regarding insurance requirements, appropriate evidence of insurance and indemnification provisions. Assist in the review and processing of Risk Management Checklists that are sent to Risk Management for review, coverage considerations and sign-off. Assist with other permit and risk management issues as needed. Qualifications Education Bachelor's degree in risk management, business, public administration, finance or a related field. Experience Three years of experience in insurance, risk management, or government contracts including work involvingcontractual risk transfer for a public entity and risk analysis and assessment. Demonstrated strong project management and organizational skills, including ability to multi-task, prioritize projects, identify issues and resolve problems in a timely and effective manner with minimal supervision. Excellent oral and written communication skills as well as outstanding ability to interact, collaborate and work with individuals and groups across business units Detail oriented, self-motivated, highly organized, enjoy working collaboratively and effectively as a team member with excellent customer service skills. Proficiency in Microsoft Office 365 Microsoft Word and RMIS system management. Equivalency: Applications will be reviewed for acombination of experience, training, and education that provides an equivalent background required to perform the job. The most successful candidates will possess: Five or moreyears of experience in insurance, risk management, or government contracts Professional designation such as CPCU, ARM, or CRM Experience with Public Disclosure processes Additional Information Please submit a resume and cover letter outlining your qualifications for this position, in addition to your online application. A job offer is contingent on the verification of credentials and completion of a background check which includes criminal history. Awriting sample will be requested and a working test will be administered as part of the selection process for this position. Closing Date/Time: 4/23/2019 4:00 PM Pacific
City of Seattle, WA Seattle, Washington, United States
Apr 11, 2019
Temporary
Position Description Seattle City Light, a department of the City of Seattle, is one of the nation's largest municipally owned utilities in terms of the number of customers served. Over the years we have worked very hard to keep Seattle's electricity affordable, reliable, and environmentally sound. Today, City Light is a recognized national leader in energy efficiency and environmental stewardship. The ConservationEnergy Solutions (CES)Division is recruiting for atemporary Contracting & DataSpecialist (Research & Evaluation Assistant)position. In this role, they willwork with creating and processing contracts and other legal documents for Seattle City Light energy programs. They contribute to the success ofCES Divisionthrough database management, record keeping, data collection activities and reporting. The position prepares analytical and narrative reports that provide information on program status and budget. The duration of the assignment is until March 2020 and will report to the Contracting & Data Analytics Supervisor. Job Responsibilities Track and process commercial and industrial incentive contracts using Adobe Sign, Digital Contracting, Microsoft Office Suite, Access, and other software solutions. Act as an administrator for a contracting database. Generate high-quality, error free contract applications, offers, executions, and payments. Conduct quality control for all energy conservation contracts and rebates in compliance with federal, state, local, and departmental regulations while ensuring that all CES procedures and policies are adhered to. Process incoming paperwork from field staff, ensuring that documents meet compliance standards. Maintain documents/records, including customer contracts and rebate records, in accordance with applicable laws, regulations, and City of Seattle policies. Work with SCL customers to collect data and information needed to enroll in energy programs. Coordinate financial transactions with Accounts Payable and coordinate with SCL partners. Prepare reports, provide data cleanup, and statistical analysis of programmatic milestones. Qualifications Education: One year of college level course work in research methodology, and data and mathematical/statistical analysis. Experience: Two years of experience in data gathering and general analysis, statistical analysis, technical research or a closely related field along with knowledge of computer software and database management techniques. Desired Qualifications: Experience using Access and large volume database administration. Experience in digital asset management, standardizing metadata, and indexing. Must be able to create quality documents which are error free for contracting or other legal processes. Experience in records management for audit purposes and effectively managed a high volume of projects. Experience providing research and analysis support on a variety of issues. Ability to work collaboratively to coordinate work with other City sections. Ability to communicate clearly orally and in writing. Ability to ask questions and make suggestions diplomatically. Experience creating work instructions, teaching technical concepts, or has experience providing technical resources to non-technical staff. Demonstrated ability to manage multiple competing priorities simultaneously. Previously participated in continuous improvement processes that enhance procedures/processes to ensure system efficiency. Additional Information Job offers are contingent on the verification of credentials and other information required by the employment process including the completion of a background check which includes criminal history and driving history review. Want to know more about Seattle City Light? Check out our web page: http://www.seattle.gov/light/ . Closing Date/Time: 4/23/2019 4:00 PM Pacific
City of Seattle, WA Seattle, Washington, United States
Apr 11, 2019
Full Time
Position Description Seattle City Light, a department of the City of Seattle, is one of the nation's largest municipally owned utilities in terms of the number of customers served. Over the years we have worked very hard to keep Seattle's electricity affordable, reliable, and environmentally sound. Today, City Light is a recognized national leader in energy efficiency and environmental stewardship. We are seeking to fill the Real Estate Services Manager to serve as a key member of the management team of City Light by providing management and leadership direction for City Light's real property acquisition and disposition, and property management functions for the Utility. The Real Estate Manager oversees a budget of $8 million and a professional staff of six. The Real Estate Manager supports and sustains City Light as a high-performance organization by contributing to excellent organizational performance and customer service. This is an excellent opportunity to work in an influential role with a diverse group of skilled workers and other professions within the Utility. We are looking for a leader with an in-depth knowledge of real estate laws, property management, and rights-of-way issues. This position will report to the Director of Environmental Management and Real Estate. Job Responsibilities Make critical and strategic decisions regarding the Utility's real property, property rights, and property management issues. Plan and oversee the acquisition and disposition of City Light properties, negotiating with a broad range of constituents and providing skilled, professional service. Communicate clearly and effectively with the public and other City Departments regarding land use, acquisitions, dispositions, easements, and use permits. Provide consultation and internal customer service in the area of property rights and property management in support of the Utility's operational needs. Oversee an annual budget of approximately $8 million. Review staff work products for compliance with Utility and professional standards. Provide clear expectations and direction to a team of six professional and administrative personnel, offering coaching and counseling as needed and supporting their professional development. Administer and monitor human resource policies and programs consistently and in support of utility-wide practices to recognize diversity and commitment to racial and social justice. Administer labor contracts fairly and consistently. Demonstrate commitment to and involvement in activities that create and sustain a workforce free of racism and discrimination, and value multiculturalism and diversity as a workforce and community asset. Exhibit personal and professional integrity at all times, consistent with the City's vision, mission, and values. Serve on and provide support to Citywide or Utility strategic oversight councils. Qualifications Education: Bachelor's degree in Business Administration, Real Estate, Urban Planning, Public Administration or related field (other combinations of education, training, and experience will be evaluated on an individual basis for comparability). Experience: Substantial professional experience in real estate management, preferably in the utility or public sectors, including in-depth knowledge of real estate laws and practices, as well as rights-of-way issues. This experience is typically gained through four or more years of relevant, progressively responsible assignments, including at least two years as a manager or supervisor in a large, complex multicultural and diverse organization. Certification/License: Driver's License Desired Qualifications: Knowledge of real estate policies/issues, utility industry real estate practices, labor union contracts, ethics standards, workplace expectations, and guidelines. Knowledge of public sector organizational practices. Skilled in written and oral communications and negotiation with multiple constituencies including employees, customers, and other stakeholders. Skilled in the negotiation of complex, politically sensitive, highly visibly acquisitions, sales, and leases. Skilled in hiring practices, which support the City of Seattle's diversity initiatives. Skilled in implementing safe work practices. Ability to think critically and strategically. Ability to foster and model an effective customer service ethic. Ability to coach, counsel, motivate and develop employees. Knowledge of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and data management systems. Experience in preparing legislation and the legislative process Ability to provide leadership in an environment of change; willingness to make difficult and challenging decisions. Ability to provide clear expectations and directions. Additional Information Job offers are contingent on the verification of credentials and other information required by the employment process including the completion of a background check which includes criminal history and driving history review. Want to know more about Seattle City Light? Check out our web page: http://www.seattle.gov/light/ . Closing Date/Time: 5/7/2019 4:00 PM Pacific
City of Seattle, WA Seattle, Washington, United States
Apr 11, 2019
Full Time
Position Description Seattle Center is seeking qualified professionals for the position of HVAC Technician. This position is part of a team responsible for keeping the central plant boiler systems, chillers, heat pumps, AC units operational in the buildings and facilities. This HVAC Engineering unit is part of the Division of Technical Facilities Management. This position reports to the HVAC Crew Chief. A City of Seattle Grade I Steam License or Grade II Steam License is REQUIRED; however, we are accepting applications from applicants with a Grade III City of Seattle Steam Engineers license, with the condition that they must obtain a City of Seattle Grade II Steam Engineers license, within one month of employment. Job Responsibilities Operate, maintain and repair central plant high pressure, fire tube boilers and chillers and low pressure package boilers, both steam and hot water and associated equipment. Operate, maintain and repair 2 central plant Centrifugal Chillers and associated equipment. Perform inspections, installation, repair and preventive maintenance on existing equipment including valves, pumps, air compressors and associated equipment Troubleshoot and repair A/C Units, Heat pumps and appliances. Operate, install, troubleshoot and repair HVAC computerized control system. Operate and maintain back-up diesel generator systems Monitor and reset fire control panels. Repair and maintain hydraulic systems on compactors and truck ramps. Monitor and record readings of all equipment, prepare maintenance records of repair work. Respond to routine emergency calls. Perform, chemical test and treatment for boilers, cooling towers and Hydronic and chilled water loop systems. Qualifications Minimum Qualifications: A current City of Seattle Grade I or II Steam Engineers License. Requires two years of experience in the operation and maintenance of HVACR systems or two years of technical school HVACR coursework (or a combination of education and/or training and/or experience which provides an equivalent background required to perform the work of the class). Desired Qualifications: Preference will be given for applicants who possess the Desired Qualifications: The ability to work within a diverse workforce. Demonstrated ability to work effectively in a team setting or alone. Demonstrated ability to follow verbal or written instructions. Demonstrated ability to organize work, solve medium to complex problems and manage competing priorities and inflexible deadlines. Work experience in maintaining and operating digital control systems. License, Certification, and Other Requirements: A current City of Seattle Grade I or II Steam Engineers License. A valid Washington Driver License Ability to obtain a City of Seattle Refrigeration Operator's License within 90 days of employment. Obtain CFC Universal Refrigeration Certificate within 18 months of employment. Work Environment/Physical Demands: Stand, walk, climb, climb ladders or bend for extended periods of time. Lift up to 50 lbs. (up to 75 lbs. with assistance) safely and effectively. Working at heights and in restricted areas using precautions and attention to safety procedures/equipment. Exposure to excessive noise and requires taking safety precautions around equipment. Additional Information Seattle Center is a 24/7 - 365 operation. HVAC Technicians work various shifts, including days, nights, weekends and holidays. This position is a standalone position, while on duty there are frequently no other engineers to provide assistance in case of equipment problems. This demands an incredibly broad base of knowledge about all our heating and air conditioning systems and the ability to troubleshoot and repair those systems to ensure ongoing support to events. How to Apply: Applications are reviewed after the posting closes. Submit the following items to be considered for these vacancies: NEOGOV online (or paper) application Supplemental questionnaire Your application may be rejected if these items are missing or incomplete. Note, simply providing a cover letter and résumé is not a substitute for completing the application itself. Successful candidates will be required to pass a pre-employment physical . Selected candidates will be required to submit a Complete Driver's Abstract (at your own expense) that demonstrates a good driving record. In compliance with the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986, all persons offered employment are required to provide proof of identity and authorization to work in the United States at time of hire. About Seattle Center: With over 12 million visitors each year, the Seattle Center is one of the top tourist attractions in Seattle. The various venues and event types happening on campus reflect the rich diversity of our community. Seattle Center employees directly impact the way people see, understand and experience the City of Seattle and the Pacific Northwest region. This position offers the opportunity to work in a dynamic environment performing a critical function that offers complexity, variety and fun - all while contributing to the legacy of an iconic Seattle community asset. For additional information about Seattle Center, please visit our website: www.seattlecenter.com Closing Date/Time: Continuous