|4/11/2017||Maintenance Worker II (1 Position)||
Sammamish Public Works Department is recruiting one (1) Maintenance Worker II position for the Parks division. Candidates should possess strong customer service ethics, be team-oriented, enjoy working outdoors and be enthusiastic about joining a busy Public Works Department Maintenance and Operations team. Under supervision of the Infrastructure Maintenance Manager, performs general and specialized grounds maintenance duties at assigned parks and other city infrastructure and facilities. Operates a range of medium and heavy equipment. Provides support for special events. May perform duties of similar complexity in other maintenance areas as required or assigned. Technical support for parks related work tasks is provided by the Parks Maintenance Supervisor
The City currently has a team approach to its maintenance activities. While this position is primarily active in parks maintenance the overall maintenance priorities will provide the opportunity to participate in Public Works functions. Provides work direction and train seasonal workers. Technical and field leadership provided by the Maintenance Leads.
This is a journey level position which will constructs small Parks and Public works capital improvement projects. Because of the small size of the City Staff, each staff member is expected to perform a wide range of office and field duties, at a high level, as may be required from time to time.
Applications first reviewed on April 28, 2017.
Provides support to the Webmaster position in the Information Technology Services Division of the Finance and Information Technology Services Department located at Sammamish City Hall. Applicant will work in a team setting under the supervision of the Sr. Information Systems Manager. The ideal candidate will have a broad interest in Municipal Government and/or web based technology and have experience updating website content, writing user documentation, working with Adobe Creative Cloud products and providing quality customer service to City staff and public.
This position is planned to be a up-to 4-month position. Hours may vary based on workload demands, up to 40 hours per week. This particular position is designed to provide entry-level, hands-on work experiences for college students enrolled in technical programs related to website administration and/or web development.
First Review of Candidates: April 20,2017.
The City of Sammamish is recruiting an intern to work in each of the following areas for a total of three (3) positions: storm water, capital projects such as roadway resurfacing projects, and traffic engineering/maintenance and operations. These positions will provide a variety of support to the Public Works’ Engineering and Maintenance and Operations Divisions. Please indicate in your letter if you have a preference for one of the positions. The intern will be required to work in a team setting under the supervision of either the City Engineer or the Deputy Public Works Director. The ideal candidate will have a broad interest in Municipal Government and/or Civil Engineering.
We are hiring three temporary seasonal full-time positions to work at the Sammamish City Hall, 801 228th Ave SE, Sammamish, WA 98075. Work hours are anticipated to be 20 to 40 hours a week up to an equivalent of four months full time. Hours vary on an “as-needed” basis and may include weekends, evenings, and/or holidays.
First Review of Candidates: April 14, 2017
|3/20/2017||Parks Stormwater Intern - Up to 4 months||
The City of Sammamish Parks Department is recruiting for a Seasonal Stormwater Intern to work up to four (4) months under the direction of the Volunteer Coordinator. This position provides varied support services to volunteer events related to stormwater. The stormwater intern will work in City parks and open spaces performing a variety of tasks including tree maintenance, plant installation and maintenance, and invasive plant control. All work must ensure safety, integrity, cleanliness and aesthetic appeal, as well as meet customer needs and City standards. The work requires excellent communication and customer services skills due to considerable public contact.
Work hours may be up to 30 hours per week, vary on an "as-needed" basis and may include split shifts, weekends, evenings and/or holidays.
|3/14/2017||Seasonal Maintenance Workers - Up to 4 Months||
The City of Sammamish is recruiting for Seasonal Maintenance Workers to work up to four (4) months in Parks. All employees will be under the supervision of the Parks Maintenance Supervisor. Technical and field leadership is provided by the full-time lead Parks Maintenance Worker.
Because of the small size of the city staff, each staff member is expected to perform a wide range of field duties as may be required from time to time. This position is eligible to earn overtime for hours worked over forty (40) per workweek.
Below is the specific job description.
|3/8/2017||Maintenance Worker I-Parks||
The City of Sammamish is accepting applications for full time Maintenance Workers I in the Parks Department.
The incumbents will perform general and specialized grounds maintenance duties at assigned parks and other city infrastructure and facilities. Operates a range of equipment including but not limited to city vehicles, machinery, and a variety of hand and power tools. Provides support for special events. May perform duties of similar complexity in other maintenance areas as required or assigned. This position is eligible to earn overtime.
Applications first reviewed on March 31, 2017.
Applications second reviewed April 28, 2017.
This position will serve as the Electrical Inspector for a wide range of electrical construction on residential and commercial projects. The Electrical Inspector is responsible for plan review and inspections for compliance with the National Electrical Code and the Washington Cities Electrical Code as well as other State laws and City of Sammamish ordinances and policies as indicated in the approved construction documents. This involves reviewing and approving construction documents prior to permit issuance and reviewing approved documents while performing electrical inspections, proper interpretation and application of adopted codes. This position assists the public at the Permit Center as well as by telephone and e-mail. This position will be responsible for the daily maintenance and operation of electrical inspection files and permit Inspection data entry.
Because of the small size of the City staff, each staff member is expected to perform a wide range of field and office duties including building inspections from time to time. This is a full-time professional position, requiring knowledge of an advanced type. The position serves at-will at the pleasure and discretion of the City.
The applicant should be able to develop an effective working relationship with employees, city officials, other municipal and state agency officials, contractors, developers, and the general public.
SUPERVISION: The Electrical Inspector works under the direct supervision of the Building Official. The Electrical Inspector will not supervise other staff.
Works in a team setting under the supervision of the Beach Front Manager and/or the Assistant Beach Front Manager to provide a safe swimming environment for the public. The work requires excellent communication and customer services skills due to considerable public contact. Required classes start as early as March 2017, and the season ends on Labor Day. We are recruiting for Jr. Lifeguards, and regular Lifeguards.
GENERAL FUNCTIONS: This position will be primarily supervising individuals or groups who rent indoor facilities. The schedule is flexible but the majority of the hours available are during weekends and events throughout the year.
SUPERVISION: Works under the direct supervision of Recreation Supervisor.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
Serve as a site or event coordinator for various special events, activities, and programs.
Assist in specific recreation program areas such as camps, classes, or special events.
Assist, as needed, with event set up and take down.
Provides quality customer service.
Opens and secures the facilities as needed.
Other duties as assigned.
NECESSARY KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
Ability to positively and effectively communicate with all customers, service groups and staff
Maintain accurate records
Maintain equipment and grounds
Enforce rules and regulations with rental group, their guests and park users