The City of Sanibel, an environmentally sensitive, sanctuary island is located in southwest Florida, with 24 miles of shoreline, of which 11 miles are along the beautiful emerald green waters of the Gulf of Mexico. Incorporated in 1974, the City has a current population of 6,591 residents, with a seasonal fluctuation around 33,000. The City of Sanibel has more than 25 miles of paved shared use paths and has earned the distinguished "Gold" designation as a Bicycle Friendly Community by the League of American Bicyclists.  The average temperature on Sanibel Island is a beautiful 74 degrees.    

5 job(s) at City of Sanibel

City of Sanibel Sanibel, FL, United States
May 17, 2019
Full Time
Description Under the general supervision of a Sergeant, performs a wide variety of police, law enforcement, and investigative duties including the protection of life and property, crime detection, traffic enforcement, emergency management, and other public safety responsibilities. Duties may also include special assignments in areas such as the detective bureau, information and records processing, and supervision of support staff as designated by the Police Chief. Performs other work as requested. Duties Responds to calls regarding public disturbances, criminal, civil, or emergency situations. Responds as requested to provide back-up for Sheriff's office. Detects and prevents criminal activities by surveillance of assigned business and residential areas. Notes possible criminal occurrences and takes steps to prevent criminal actions. Promotes crime prevention by initiating contact with businesses and residents including explaining applicable laws, soliciting cooperation in crime reporting, and otherwise creating a good rapport with area citizens. Investigates crime scenes or accidents. Protects evidence, takes testimony, contacts witnesses, and assists in the investigation. Inspects alcoholic beverage businesses and enforces laws and ordinance relating to consumption of alcoholic beverages. Enforces traffic laws and vehicle codes and promotes traffic safety. Notes illegal or unsafe driving practices and advises or makes arrests as appropriate. Directs traffic, reports unsafe road conditions, and otherwise promotes vehicular and pedestrian safety. Patrols back roads and beach areas to detect smuggling activities. Prepares a variety of daily and other reports related to crimes, accidents, and other duties. Maintains logs, completes forms, and prepares disposition and speed reports as requested. Provides a variety of related services. Transports and fingerprints prisoners, provides assistance to motorists, resolves domestic disturbances, and gives talks before civic groups. Attends depositions and court and testifies as required. Responds to calls from citizens regarding nuisance or wild animals. Assists Coast Guard in responding to distress calls from boater in the Sanibel area. Supervises support staff in records management, information processing, and traffic control. Supervises shift in Sergeant's absence as designated by operations Commander. Operates computer and supervises information processing section. Operates special equipment such as police boat and motorcycle. Provides backup to dispatchers and assumes dispatch responsibilities in dispatcher's absence. Functions as D.A.R.E. (Drug, Abuse, Resistance, Education) Officer and School Resource Officer when qualified and assigned. Trains new officer when qualified and assigned as field training officer. NOTE: The examples of essential functions as listed in this class specification are not necessarily descriptive of any one position in the class. The omission of an essential function does not preclude management from assigning specific duties not listed herein if such functions are a logical assignment to the position. Required Education, Experience, License, Registration, and Certification Qualifications High school diploma, GED, or equivalent certificate of competency required. **MUST HAVE** Current certification as a law enforcement officer in the State of Florida by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE). Must possess a valid Florida Driver's License. Requires shift, holiday and weekend work. Supplemental or Additional Information Knowledge of the principles, practices, and techniques of modern law enforcement. Knowledge of applicable state, local, and federal laws and ordinances. Knowledge of emergency medical and first aid practices. Ability to observe and detect potential criminal activities. Ability to coordinate activities in emergency situations. Ability to investigate situations and to prepare written reports. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with other City departments, public agencies, and the general public. Ability to communicate effectively, orally and in writing. Skill in operating motor vehicles in hazardous situations. Skill in the use of firearms and other police equipment.
City of Sanibel Sanibel, FL, United States
Apr 29, 2019
Full Time
Description Under the direction of the Community Services Director/City Engineer,responsible for overseeing Wastewater, Stormwater andTransportation Engineering Projects. Incumbent is responsible for the development of designs and plans for public improvements including wastewater and stormwater projects;construction supervision of all public works project improvements; and ensuring City code compliance for transportation engineering of private projects. Assists the City Engineer in administrating City Land Development Codes applicable to Public Works in existing and proposed facilities; assists the public in projects related to the City Land Development Code. Performs other work as requested. Duties Leads crew in making surveys for the design phase of a project. Designs plans for public improvements, directs Engineering Technicians and supervises the preparation of specifications for bidding by private contractors or for construction by City employees. Ensures capital improvement projects are planned, designed, and built according to acceptable engineering standards. Reviews all private applications for development to assure compliance with City code and they are in accordance with acceptable engineering standards. As Project Manager of Public Works projects, directs field surveys and inspections, road improvements, and other public works projects. Obtains permit application approval for municipal projects from the appropriate local, state and federal agencies. Serves as City Engineer whenCommunity Services Directoris absent. Required Education, Experience, License, Registration, and Certification Qualifications Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with a major in civil engineering; or possess certification as a Registered Professional Engineer in the State of Florida; or an equivalent combination of training and experience. Supplemental or Additional Information Knowledge of modern engineering methods and practices. Knowledge of the design of stormwater drainage systems, transportation engineeringand sanitary sewer facilities. Ability to work effectively with public organizations and citizens. Ability to design engineering plans and specifications for construction projects. Ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing.
City of Sanibel Sanibel, FL, United States
Apr 02, 2019
Full Time
Description Under general direction, responsible for the day-to-day functions of the dispatch operations. Performs all duties of a Telecommunications and 911 Operator. Position is responsible for directing the receipt, processing, and dissemination of life safety, and routine information in an accurate and timely manner to provide expeditious response to emergencyand non-emergency situations. Employees in this class perform considerable record maintenance functions requiring specialized knowledge of departmental rules, state law, and city regulations and must be able to apply acute attention to detail. Due to the sensitive and confidential nature of information processed, employees in this class must exercise acute levels of discretion concerning duties performed. Duties Receives all incoming telephone calls, screens, transmits information to proper City/County police, fire, emergency or other appropriate personnel oragencies; records and logs all messages. Maintains constant radio contact with City/County law enforcement, fire, and emergency units; receives and transmits messages, maintains records and logs or these contacts. Prepares, types, files, copies and maintains a wide variety of departmental papers such as identification cards, General Offense and Arrest Reports, dark house reports, warrants and parking permits. Handles public walk-in inquiries at police department. Disseminates to public information regarding general police or specific crime information, informs City merchants on area crime schemes. Monitors, sends, receives and distributes teletype information. Performs routine checks on emergency and general alarm equipment, activates alarm systems. Required Education, Experience, License, Registration, and Certification Qualifications High school diploma or GED; supplemented by the possession of a State of Florida, 911 Public Safety Telecommunicator certification and FCIC / NCIC certification.Must be able to work holidays, weekends and nights. Supplemental or Additional Information Knowledge of Public Safety communication practices and procedures. Knowledge of computerized dispatching procedures with functional capabilities concerning large volume traffic management ensuring life safety, accuracy, efficiency and optimal results. Knowledge of computerized FCIC / NCIC policies and procedures. Knowledge of report and record keeping principles and techniques. Written and oral communications skills for effective expression and clarity in task assignment. Skilled in the use of computers, modern office equipment and specialized departmental equipment. Ability to handle a multitude of diverse tasks simultaneously while maintaining an attention to detail for the purpose of ensuring accuracy in taskperformance. Ability to exercise discretion in matters of a sensitive and confidential nature.
City of Sanibel Sanibel, FL, United States
Mar 29, 2019
Part Time
Description Under general supervision, the purpose of the position is to perform lifeguard services, general maintenance activities, and assisting with children's activities. Work involves exercising preventative safety measures to ensure the safety of patrons and to repair and maintain the recreational facilities and equipment. Other duties may be performed relating to summer program/after-school program activities, receptionist functions at the front counter and/or routine custodial operations. Duties Performs responsible protective service work ensuring the safe use of the swimming facility by patrons.Aids in water rescue as needed and CPR or first aid treatment to injured or ill patrons. Observes actions of swimmers, and maintains discipline in and around pool facilities. Enforces pool and water safety rules in a tactful and effective manner. Assists with children's activities such as after-school programs, summer program, arts and crafts, and swimming programs. Performs general maintenance of the pool and surrounding areas; checks water make-up and adjusts pool chemicals; maintains recreational facilities and equipment. Performs other duties as required. Required Education, Experience, License, Registration, and Certification Qualifications High School diploma or GED; supplemented by one (1) year of responsible experience in recreation programs. Possession of a Red Cross Lifeguarding CertificationWater Safety Instructor Certification desired CPR and first aid professional rescuer certification required Supplemental or Additional Information To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.Knowledge of life-saving methods and practices Knowledge of pool maintenance and proper chemical make-up of pool water Knowledge of the principles, practices and techniques of public recreation programs Skill in leading and/or instructing recreational activities Ability to instruct swimming and water safety classes Knowledge of general building and facility maintenance practices Ability to add and subtract two digit numbers and to multiply and divide with 10's and 100's Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with other employees and the public Ability to perform rigorous exercises and keep in top physical condition
City of Sanibel Sanibel, FL, United States
Mar 29, 2019
Part Time
Description Under general supervision of the Recreation Program Specialist, assists in coordinating, conducting and leading youth recreational/athletic activities. Duties also include maintenance of grounds and facilities and equipment. Performs other work as requested. Duties Assists children's activities, i.e. after-school, summer program, arts and crafts, swimming programs. Maintains equipment inventory necessary for children's programs. Performs maintenance on equipment and clean-up duties at facilities as necessary. NOTE: The examples of essential functions as listed in this class specification are not necessarily descriptive of any one position in the class. The omission of an essential function of work does not preclude management from assigning specific duties not listed herein if such functions are a logical assignment to the position. Required Education, Experience, License, Registration, and Certification Qualifications Age 17 or older. Must be a High School senior; orhave High school diploma, or GED or other certificate of competency; supplemented by six (6) months experience as a youth counselor in recreational programs desired; or an equivalent combination of training and experience. Must meet all current H.R.S. requirements. Must be able to work flexible work shifts. Supplemental or Additional Information Knowledge of principles, practices and techniques of public recreation programs.Knowledge of facility operation, maintenance, equipment and supplies. Skill in leading and/or instructing recreational activities. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with officials, general public and co-workers. Ability to understand and carry out oral and written instructions. Ability to prepare and maintain written records and reports.