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2012 Public Employers Compensation                                                                                 10784
Includes utility positions & park and recreation positions


              Survey Forms Online                                                      Return by:
                       at
https://www.msec.org/services/surveys/Pages/
         Survey-Questionnaires.aspx                                   Monday, March 19, 2012
                                                                      (Final acceptance date – April 2, 2012)


                                Note change on Directions and Definitions page.

                                      UNDERSTANDING OF CONFIDENTIALITY

   This survey questionnaire should be completed with the understanding that:
    Organization identity and compensation or benefit information will remain confidential for non-governmental
     organizations and will not be released without advanced approval by the organization.
    The contents and the resulting survey report will not be used in collective bargaining sessions or in grievance
     proceedings by either MSEC or the organization.
    The resulting survey will be used solely to assist in guiding the effective management of compensation or benefit
     programs.



     Please make a photocopy of
           your completed
            questionnaire
          for your records                                                      1799 Pennsylvania Street ■ P.O. Box 539
                                                                                Denver, Colorado 80201-0539
                                                                                303 839 5177 (main) ■ 303 861 0135 (fax)
                                                                                surveys@msec.org (email)
                                                                      TABLE OF CONTENTS
Directions and Definitions
General Information Questionnaire

  Job                                                                                      Job
 Code Office-Clerical                                                       Page          Code Professional/Technical (contd.)                                           Page
  150    Utility Customer Service Representative ............... 1                       * 418         Long Range Planner .............................................. 6
  248    Sales/Property Tax Technician .............................. 1                    319         Planning Manager .................................................. 6
  173    Automotive Parts Technician ................................. 1                   337         Planning Director ................................................... 6
  379    Bus Driver - Public Transportation ........................ 1                     407         Sustainability Coordinator ..................................... 6
  176    Court Marshal ........................................................ 1          305         Community Development Director ....................... 6
  179    Court Clerk I .......................................................... 1        346         Economic Development Specialist ........................ 6
  365    Court Clerk II ......................................................... 1        347         Economic Development Director .......................... 6
                                                                                         * 419         Conservation Specialist ......................................... 6
         Professional/Technical                                                            307         Community Outreach Coordinator ........................ 6
   180   Municipal Court Supervisor ................................... 1                  380         Special Events Coordinator ................................... 6
   397   Court Administrator ............................................... 1             405         Event Center Coordinator ...................................... 6
   367   Affordable Housing Manager ................................ 1                     373         Volunteer Coordinator ........................................... 7
   240   Community Development Block Grant Admin ..... 1
   156   Program Specialist ................................................. 1                        County
 * 417   Legislative Liaison ................................................. 2              172      Motor Vehicle Technician ..................................... 7
   191   Assistant Attorney.................................................. 2               149      Property Transfer Technician ................................ 7
   250   Assistant Senior City/County Attorney .................. 2                           175      Motor Vehicle Branch Manager ............................ 7
 * 416   Senior Associate Attorney ..................................... 2                    101      Motor Vehicle Division Manager .......................... 7
   193   Deputy City/County Attorney ................................ 2                  *    420      Driver's License Specialist ..................................... 7
   368   City/County Attorney/Chief Legal Officer ............ 2                              364      Election Technician ............................................... 7
   192   Deputy District Attorney........................................ 2              *    421      Elections Supervisor .............................................. 7
   402   Assistant District Attorney ..................................... 2                  102      Elections Manager ................................................. 7
   403   Chief District Attorney .......................................... 2            *    422      Deputy of Elections ............................................... 7
   300   Deputy City Clerk .................................................. 3               391      Recording Technician ............................................ 7
   302   City Clerk............................................................... 3          114      Recording Manager ............................................... 8
   404   Deputy City/County Manager ................................ 3                   *    423      Chief Deputy Clerk and Recorder ......................... 8
   303   Assistant City/County Manager ............................. 3                        181      Cook, Jail ............................................................... 8
   366   City/County Manager............................................. 3                   361      Appraisal Technician ............................................. 8
** 251   Budget Manager ..................................................... 3               188      Appraiser I ............................................................. 8
   308   Sales Tax Auditor .................................................. 3          **   189      Appraiser II Residential ......................................... 8
   369   Sales Tax Auditor Supervisor ................................ 3                               (formerly Appraiser II)
   311   Finance Director .................................................... 3         * 424         Appraiser II Commercial ....................................... 8
   411   Management Analyst I ........................................... 3              ** 310        Senior Appraiser Commercial ............................... 8
   412   Management Analyst II.......................................... 4                             (formerly Senior Appraiser)
   398   Permit Technician .................................................. 4             190        Appraiser Supervisor ............................................. 8
   370   Permit Technician Supervisor ................................ 4                    309        Deputy Assessor Administration/Appraisal ........... 8
   153   Building Inspector - 1 Certification ....................... 4                  ** 399        Chief Deputy Assessor (formerly Chief Assessor). 8
   344   Building Inspector - 2 Certifications ...................... 4                     314        Chief Deputy Treasurer ......................................... 8
   345   Building Inspector - 3+ Certifications ................... 4                       103        Corrections Nurse, LPN ........................................ 8
   301   Code Enforcement Officer ..................................... 4                   197        Corrections Nurse, RN .......................................... 8
   382   Code Enforcement Supervisor ............................... 4                      198        Corrections Nurse Administrator ........................... 9
   252   Chief Building Official .......................................... 4               320        Pathology Assistant ............................................... 9
   154   Construction Inspector ........................................... 4               406        Forensic Pathologist .............................................. 9
   253   Electrical Inspector ................................................ 4         ** 339        Coroner Investigator .............................................. 9
   200   Engineering Technician ......................................... 4                 340        Chief Deputy Coroner ........................................... 9
   304   Grants Specialist .................................................... 5           321        Workforce Specialist I ........................................... 9
   203   Plans Examiner ...................................................... 5            322        Workforce Specialist II .......................................... 9
   390   Plans Examiner Senior ........................................... 5                323        Workforce Supervisor ............................................ 9
   371   Facilities Planner/Architect .................................... 5             ** 324        Workforce Administrator....................................... 9
   204   Planning Technician............................................... 5               362        Public Trustee Administrator ................................. 9
    70   Planner I ................................................................. 5
   155   Planner II ............................................................... 5                * Denotes new position in this year’s survey
   205   Senior Planner ........................................................ 5                  ** Denotes job title and/or job description change
                                                                                                          Please read job descriptions carefully
MSEC                                                               Public Employers Compensation                                                               2012
                                                                TABLE OF CONTENTS

  Job                                                                                   Job
 Code Public Works                                                    Page             Code Gas & Electric Utility                                             Page
   315   Facilities Manager - Second Line Supervisor ........ 9                      343         Executive Director - Gas & Electric .................... 13
   201   Fleet Maintenance Supervisor .............................. 10              257         Business Manager ................................................ 13
   386   Fleet Operations Supervisor ................................. 10            258         Major Account Representative ............................ 14
   202   Fleet Operations Manager .................................... 10          * 428         Regulatory and Compliance Specialist ................ 14
   326   Streets Worker (Entry) ......................................... 10         159         Electrical Engineer .............................................. 14
   327   Streets Technician (Journey) ................................ 10            259         Field Engineering Supervisor .............................. 14
   395   Streets Technician (Senior) .................................. 10           284         Chief Electrical Engineer ..................................... 14
   328   Streets Technician (Lead) .................................... 10           160         Electric Meter Technician.................................... 14
   329   Streets Foreman ................................................... 10      161         Electric Substation Worker .................................. 14
** 325   Streets Supervisor ................................................ 10      287         Electric Operations Manager ............................... 14
   330   Streets Operations Manager ................................. 10             162         Groundworker ...................................................... 14
* 425    Traffic Operations Administrator......................... 10                163         Journey Lineworker ............................................. 14
   152   Traffic Signal Technician .................................... 11           164         Line Crew Supervisor .......................................... 14
   338   Traffic Technician ................................................ 11      283         Construction Coordinator .................................... 14
   182   Solid Waste Operator ........................................... 11
   183   Solid Waste Supervisor ........................................ 11                      General Utility
   214   Public Works Operations Manager ...................... 11                      291      Utility Service Technician ................................... 14
   316   Public Works Director ......................................... 11        **   292      Utility Service Specialist ..................................... 15
   124   Stormwater Coordinator....................................... 11          **   293      Utility Service Specialist (Senior) ....................... 15
   374   Stormwater Manager ............................................ 11             294      Utility Service Supervisor.................................... 15
                                                                                   *    426      Controls Technician ............................................. 15
         Water/Water Treatment                                                          296      Utility Locator ..................................................... 15
   349   Executive Director - Water/Wastewater .............. 11                   *    427      Control Room Operator ....................................... 15
** 261   Plant Manager/Superintendent ............................. 11                  299      Maintenance Technician ...................................... 15
         (formerly Plant Mgr/Super - Dept Head)                                         256      Meter Reader ....................................................... 15
   213   Distribution/Collection Superintendent ............... 11
   199   Distribution & Collection Supervisor .................. 11                              Protective Services
   360   Distribution & Collection Foreman ..................... 11                  388         Kennel Technician Attendant .............................. 15
** 262   Operations Manager ............................................. 11         165         Animal Control Officer ....................................... 15
   263   Chief Plant Operator ............................................ 12        104         Animal Control Manager - 1st Line Supervisor .. 15
   264   Operator A License - Highest Level .................... 12                  187         Animal Control Manager - 2nd Line Supervisor . 15
   265   Operator B License .............................................. 12        174         Booking Technician ............................................. 15
   266   Operator C License .............................................. 12      * 429         Fingerprint Examiner ........................................... 15
   267   Operator D License .............................................. 12        100         Evidence Technician............................................ 16
   268   Meter Service Worker/Inspector - Water ............. 12                     111         Detention Specialist ............................................. 16
   413   Instrumentation & Controls/SCADA Programmer12                               151         Police Records Clerk ........................................... 16
   414   Instrumentation & Controls/SCADA Specialist .. 12                           207         Police/Sheriff Records Manager (Non-Sworn) .... 16
   269   Laboratory Supervisor ......................................... 12          194         Community Corrections Specialist ...................... 16
   270   Chief Chemist ...................................................... 12     384         Corrections/Detention Officer ............................. 16
   271   Analytical Chemist .............................................. 12        118         Police Community Services Officer .................... 16
   272   Master Electrician ................................................ 12      119         Crime & Data Analyst ......................................... 16
   415   Water Resources Administrator ........................... 12                113         Crime Technician ................................................ 16
   274   Regulatory Programs Manager ............................ 12                 195         Criminal Investigator ........................................... 16
   275   Process Control Specialist .................................... 13          408         Criminalist (Entry) ............................................... 17
   276   Beneficial Use Supervisor .................................... 13           196         Criminalist (Journey) ........................................... 17
   277   Beneficial Use Operator ....................................... 13          375         Victim Advocate .................................................. 17
   278   Industrial Pretreatment Manager .......................... 13               110         Victim Assistance Coordinator ............................ 17
   279   Industrial Pretreatment Specialist ........................ 13              206         Probation Officer ................................................. 17
   387   Industrial Waste Investigator ............................... 13            348         Probation Supervisor ........................................... 17
   281   Utility Maintenance Mechanic ............................. 13
   282   Plant Maintenance Mechanic ............................... 13
   383   Water Quality Manager........................................ 13
** 184   Water Services Technician .................................. 13                       * Denotes new position in this year’s survey
   185   Water Systems Worker ........................................ 13                     ** Denotes job title and/or job description change
   249   Crew Leader - Water/Wastewater ........................ 13                                 Please read job descriptions carefully



MSEC                                                          Public Employers Compensation                                                                       2012
                                                                     TABLE OF CONTENTS

  Job                                                                                     Job
 Code Protective Services (contd.)                                         Page          Code Human Services (contd.)                                             Page
  209    Warrants Technician ............................................ 17               223   Child Support Specialist/Legal Assistant (Entry) 21
  210    Warrants Supervisor............................................. 17               224   Child Support Specialist/Legal Assist (Journey) . 21
  341    Wildfire Mitigation Specialist .............................. 17                  376   Child Support Supervisor .................................... 21
  331    Emergency Services Coordinator......................... 18                      * 430   Community Support Services Manager ............... 21
  112    Emergency Services Director - Supervisor .......... 18                         ** 385   Deputy Director of Human Services .................... 21
   37    Emergency Services Director - Functional Mgr .. 18                             ** 318   Director of Human Services ................................ 21
  409    Call Taker ............................................................ 18              (formerly Human Services Director)
  169    Police/Fire Dispatcher (Non-Sworn) ................... 18                        401    Head Start Teacher .............................................. 21
  115    Dispatch Supervisor (Non-Sworn) ....................... 18                       317    Head Start Administrator ..................................... 21
  350    Communications Systems Technician ................. 18                           363    Assessment Specialist .......................................... 21
  211    Communications Center Manager ....................... 18
  170    Police Officer/Sheriff Deputy .............................. 18                         Health and Environment
  177    Police/Sheriff Deputy - Trainee ........................... 18                 ** 225   Public Health Nurse I .......................................... 21
  171    Police Sergeant .................................................... 18                 (formerly Community Health Nurse I)
  105    Deputy Chief/Under Sheriff ................................. 18                ** 226   Public Health Nurse II ......................................... 22
  117    Police Chief.......................................................... 18               (formerly Community Health Nurse II)
  106    Chief/Operations .................................................. 19         ** 227   Public Health Nurse III ........................................ 22
  107    Captain ................................................................. 19            (formerly Community Health Nurse III)
  108    Lieutenant ............................................................ 19        228   Nursing Supervisor .............................................. 22
  109    Corporal ............................................................... 19       229   Environmental Health Specialist I ....................... 22
  400    Fire Chief ............................................................. 19       230   Environmental Health Specialist II ...................... 22
  332    Fire Battalion Chief ............................................. 19             231   Environmental Health Specialist III .................... 22
  333    Fire Captain.......................................................... 19         232   Environmental Health Supervisor ........................ 22
  334    Operations Chief .................................................. 19            233   Deputy Registrar .................................................. 22
  351    Fire Lieutenant ..................................................... 19          234   Environmental Health Technician ....................... 22
  335    Fire Engineer........................................................ 20       ** 235   Case Manager (Public Health) ............................. 22
  352    Firefighter (out of academy) ................................ 20                        (formerly EPSDT Case Manager)
  353    Firefighter (2nd year) ........................................... 20             236   Nutritionist ........................................................... 22
  354    Firefighter (3rd year)............................................ 20             237   WIC Educator ...................................................... 22
  355    Firefighter (4+ years) ........................................... 20             238   Health Educator ................................................... 22
  356    Paramedic (out of academy) ................................ 20                    239   Substance Abuse Counselor II ............................. 22
  357    Paramedic (2nd year) ........................................... 20            * 431    WIC Nutrition Supervisor.................................... 23
  358    Paramedic (3rd year) ............................................ 20           ** 241   WIC Program Manager/Nutrition Manager ......... 23
  359    Paramedic (4+ years) ........................................... 20               242   Nurse Practitioner ................................................ 23
                                                                                           243   Epidemiologist ..................................................... 23
         Human Services                                                                    244   Director of Administrative Health Services ......... 23
   215   Case Aide (Entry) ................................................ 20          ** 245   Director of Public Health Services ...................... 23
   216   Case Aide (Journey) ............................................. 20                    (formerly Director of Community Health Services)
   381   Case Aide Supervisor ........................................... 20              246    Director of Environmental Health Services ......... 23
   217   Income Maintenance Tech (Entry) ...................... 20                        247    Public Health Administrator ................................ 23
   218   Income Maintenance Tech (Journey) ................... 20
   219   Income Maintenance Tech (Supervisor) .............. 20
** 220   Human Services Investigator ............................... 20
         (formerly Social Services Investigator)
** 221   Caseworker (Entry) .............................................. 20
         (formerly Social Services Case Worker Entry)
** 157   Caseworker (Journey) .......................................... 20                       * Denotes new position in this year’s survey
         (formerly Social Services Case Worker Journey)                                          ** Denotes job title and/or job description change
** 254   Caseworker (Senior/Lead) ................................... 21
                                                                                                       Please read job descriptions carefully
         (formerly Social Services Case Worker Sr’Lead)
** 222   Child/Family Supervisor ...................................... 21
         (formerly Social Services Child/Family Supervisor)
  336    Child/Family Division Manager .......................... 21
  255    Casework Manager .............................................. 21



MSEC                                                              Public Employers Compensation                                                         2012
                                                                TABLE OF CONTENTS

 Job
                                                                                   Job
Code Parks & Recreation                                              Page
                                                                                  Code Parks & Rec – Instructor/Coach                                  Page
        Parks & Recreation - General                                                 95   Cultural Arts Instructor - Part Time ..................... 26
   1    Executive Director - Parks & Recreation ............. 23                     45   Gymnastics/Tumbling Instructor - Part Time ...... 26
   2    Director of Parks & Rec - Department Head ....... 23                         46   Gymnastics Coach - Part Time ............................ 26
  212   Director of Human & Cultural Services............... 23                      47   Gymnastics Assistant - Part Time........................ 26
   15   Manager of Planning/Construction ...................... 24                   94   Dance Instructor - Part Time ............................... 26
   3    Manager of Open Space/Natural Resources ........ 24                          54   Tennis Instructor - Part Time ............................... 26
   4    Open Space Coordinator ...................................... 24             56   Art Instructor - Part Time .................................... 27
  186   Weed Control Supervisor ..................................... 24             58   Coach - Part Time ................................................ 27
  392   Weed Control Technician .................................... 24              65   Personal Trainer - Part Time ................................ 27
  178   Irrigation Technician ............................................ 24     ** 60   Fitness Coordinator - Part Time .......................... 27
  120   Landscape Architect............................................. 24       ** 81   Fitness Instructor (Non-Certified) - Part Time .... 27
   57   Bus Driver - Part Time ......................................... 24               (formerly Aerobics Instructor – Part Time)
   90   Cook - Part Time.................................................. 24     * 433   Fitness Instructor (Certified) - Part Time ............ 27
                                                                                     69   Yoga Instructor - Part Time ................................. 27
        Parks & Recreation - Parks
                                                                                  ** 99   Pilates Instructor - Part Time ............................... 27
   7    Manager of Parks ................................................. 24
                                                                                    122   Massage Therapist - Part Time ............................ 27
   8    Supervisor - Park Maintenance ............................ 24
   9    Foreman - Parks ................................................... 24            Parks & Recreation - Pool
   32   Supervisor - Forestry/Horticulture ....................... 24                53   Aquatics Manager ................................................ 27
   33   Assistant Forester ................................................. 24      51   Pool Supervisor - Year Round - Full Time .......... 27
   11   Senior Park Ranger .............................................. 24        410   Pool Supervisor - Seasonal .................................. 27
   12   Park Ranger - Full Time ...................................... 24            38   Pool Maintenance Technician.............................. 27
  389   Park Ranger - Seasonal ........................................ 24           52   Swim Instructor - Part Time ................................ 27
** 71   Resource Specialist .............................................. 25     * 432   Private Swim Instructor - Part Time .................... 27
** 72   Education Specialist ............................................. 25       394   Lifeguard - Head/Lead ......................................... 28
   64   Parks Maintenance Technician (Entry Level) ...... 25                         80   Lifeguard - Part Time .......................................... 28
   36   Parks Maintenance Technician (Intermediate) ..... 25
                                                                                          Parks & Recreation - Golf
   39   Parks Maintenance Technician (Senior/Lead) ..... 25
                                                                                    28    Manager of Golf .................................................. 28
        Parks & Recreation - Recreation                                             63    Golf Course Superintendent ................................ 28
  121   Manager of Recreation ......................................... 25          67    Head Golf Professional ........................................ 28
   18   Manager of Recreation Services/Programs .......... 25                       68    Assistant Golf Professional - Full Time .............. 28
   19   Manager of Recreation Facilities Operations ....... 25                      29    Supervisor - Golf Course Maintenance ............... 28
  123   Recreation Supv - Responsible for one facility .... 25                      30    Maintenance Specialist - Golf - Full Time .......... 28
   21   Recreation Supervisor - over multiple facilities ... 25                     31    Mechanic - Golf - Full Time ................................ 28
** 20   Assistant Recreation Supervisor - Facilities ........ 25
                                                                                          Parks & Recreation – Ice Arena
** 27   Recreation Center Front Desk Supervisor ............ 25
                                                                                    297   Ice Arena Manager / Recreation Supervisor I...... 28
   25   Recreation Supervisor - Programs ....................... 25
                                                                                    298   Ice Arena Assistant Manager / Recreation Coord 28
   5    General Recreation Coordinator - Programs ........ 26
                                                                                     82   Director of Figure Skating ................................... 28
   23   Coordinator - Cultural Art ................................... 26
                                                                                     83   Adult Hockey Coordinator/Manager on Duty ..... 28
   24   Coordinator - Individuals With Disabilities ......... 26
                                                                                     84   Ice Maintenance Tech - Full Time/Part Time ...... 28
   26   Coordinator - Senior Programs ............................ 26
   61   Customer Service Specialist - Full Time ............. 26                          Parks & Recreation – Child Care
   59   Customer Service Specialist - Part Time ............. 26                     13   Child Care Director ............................................. 29
   62   Registration Specialist ......................................... 26         89   Child Care Worker - Full Time ........................... 29
   98   Cashier - Part Time .............................................. 26        6    Child Care Worker - Part Time ........................... 29
   48   Supervisor, Athletics ............................................ 26       342   Drop In Child Care Worker ................................. 29
   49   Coordinator - Athletics ........................................ 26         295   Preschool Director ............................................... 29
   50   Athletics Assistant - Full Time ............................ 26             377   Preschool Aide ..................................................... 29
   96   Scorekeeper - Part Time....................................... 26           378   Licensed Preschool Specialist .............................. 29
   97   Sports Official Adult - Part Time ......................... 26
  393   Sports Official Youth - Part Time ........................ 26                        * Denotes new position in this year’s survey
                                                                                            ** Denotes job title and/or job description change
                                                                                                  Please read job descriptions carefully



MSEC                                                         Public Employers Compensation                                                                2012
                                DIRECTIONS AND DEFINITIONS
                            Please familiarize yourself with all instructions before filling out the questionnaire.

    No organization’s structure or job descriptions will match exactly the jobs outlined in this survey. It is critical that
    participating organizations match their jobs as closely as possible. Our objective is to provide survey results that accurately
    reflect competitive pay levels for jobs involving work of a similar nature and performed at a similar skill level.

   Use Data Closest to, But Not Later Than February 11, 2012.                  Established Rate Range
    If rates will change within the next 30 days, please report new rates.       Rate ranges are formally established limits of pay for a given
                                                                                 job. Exclude step progressions (wage increases granted at fixed
   Submitting Survey Data                                                       intervals based solely on length of service).
    Rate Sheet – Enter your data on the rate sheet included in the
    collection packet.                                                           Minimum - The lowest rate that can be paid to an entry-level
                                                                                 employee who is qualified to perform the minimum requirements
    Survey forms on MSEC’s website – Go to www.msec.org,
                                                                                 of the job.
    select Services, Surveys, Questionnaire and follow the
                                                                                 Maximum - The highest rate an employee can obtain in the job.
    directions to download the collection sheet and questionnaire to
    your computer.                                                              Exclude:
                                                                                  part-time employees (employees working fewer than 35
    Spreadsheet or Database – If you currently have your salary
                                                                                 hours
    data in a spreadsheet or database file, we can accept your data
                                                                                      per week, includes temporary & seasonal employees) –
    electronically without any conversion on your part. Be sure the
    file includes the MSEC job code, your job title, the salary range                 except where designated in Parks & Recreation.
                                                                                  shift premiums; overtime premiums; lead differentials
    and individual rates of pay, and how the data is reported
                                                                                  rates for unique situations, such as demotion or
    (annually, hourly, etc.). It is not necessary to include any
    additional information in your file.                                              accommodation, where an incumbent is paid more/less
                                                                                      than you would normally pay for the position
    E-Mail – You can email your data to us, whether it is in a word               temporary and seasonal employees – except where
    processing package, spreadsheet or database. As with the                          designated in Parks & Recreation Classification
    above options, be sure the file includes the MSEC job code and
    how the data is reported. Email your data to:                               Include:
    surveys@msec.org.                                                             additional compensation granted in equal amounts to all
                                                                                      employees in a job (e.g., cost-of-living accumulations)
   Review Job Descriptions
                                                                                  established rate range even if the position is vacant
    Do not merely match job titles. It is the content of the job that
    determines a good match.                                                               Definitions for Position Levels
   Note Jobs With Several Levels                                               First-Line Supervisor:
    Please read all descriptions before determining a match.                      Responsible for the production or services of the department
                                                                                     or area and directs the work of non-exempt and/or non-
   Report Only Employees Who Spend 70% Or More Of Their
                                                                                     supervisory exempt employees
    Time In The Described Function
                                                                                  Authorizes work procedures and assigns duties
   Do Not Try To Force Match Every Employee                                      Hires, fires, promotes, demotes, transfers, disciplines, and
    It is not necessary that you report all of your employees, nor is it             grants raises or effectively recommends such action
    necessary that you report for every job in the survey.                        Exempt or can qualify for exemption from overtime
                                                                                     provisions of Federal Wage-Hour Act
   Report Only FULL-TIME Regular Employees
    (employees working at least 35 hours per week or are fully                Second-Line Supervisor:
    equivalent)                                                                   Meets the same requirements as above except directs the
                                                                                     work of first-line supervisors and/or possibly a few non-
   For Parks & Recreation Classification report part time if                        exempt and/or non-supervisory exempt employees or
    designated. Report base pay only. Include temporary and                          exempt supervisors
    seasonal workers in part-time designation.                           NEW  Functional Manager:
   For Park and Recreation positions ONLY, if an employee                        This manager manages a function, not people. May have
    works multiple positions, match the employee and their rate of                   secretarial support but no functional employees
    pay in all matching positions.                                            Journey Level:
   Job Title - Please provide your organization’s job title in the               The level of skill above that of an apprentice/junior, entry
    space provided by each job. This helps us in working with job                    level and below that of a senior/master level. Typically
    matches and assists you in completing future surveys.                            referred to as an intermediate level.
                                                                                   Any questions about a job match or filling out this
   Actual Rates                                                              questionnaire should be directed to the MSEC Surveys Dept.
    Report the number of employees receiving each actual rate. Do
                                                                                at 303.839.5177 or surveys@msec.org. Please return by
    not report averages.
                                                                                                 Monday, March 19, 2012.


    MSEC                                                    Public Employers Compensation                                            2012
                                   GENERAL INFORMATION QUESTIONNAIRE
1.0
 Full Name of Organization:

 Name of Person Completing Questionnaire:

 Street Address and Zip Code (if different than on cover):

 Phone Number:                               Fax Number:                              E-mail:

2.0   Total current employment size of operation. If unable to report specific breakouts, please report Total Number
      of Employees only.
        Number of Full-Time Employees:
        Number of Part-Time Benefited Employees:
        Number of Part-Time Non-Benefited Employees:
        Number of Seasonal Employees:
        Total Number of Employees:
3.0   Population of city/county:
4.0   Do you use midpoints as a control point? 0.50      Not applicable 1.0       Yes         2.0        No
5.0   Under your compensation administrative guidelines or procedures, is it likely that employees will reach the
      maximum of their pay range?
                    0.50    Not applicable       1.0    Yes      2.0     No
6.0   Approximately what percentage of your workforce have reached the pay range maximum for their job?
7.0   Do you have a performance based bonus? 1.0         Yes    2.0     No


Police Officers
8.0   Are your police officers part of a collective bargaining agreement? 1.0     Yes     2.0        No
9.0   What type of pay plan do you have?
      1.0    Step Pay Range (wage increases granted at fixed intervals typically based on length of service)
      2.0    Traditional range – minimum and maximum with midpoint


Fire Fighters
10.0 Are your fire fighters part of a collective bargaining agreement? 1.0      Yes     2.0         No
11.0 What type of pay plan do you have?
      1.0    Step Pay Range (wage increases granted at fixed intervals typically based on length of service)
      2.0    Traditional range – minimum and maximum with midpoint

Position Questions
12.0 If you match to Fleet Operations Supervisor (code 386), is this position a 2nd-Line Supervisor?
      1.0    Yes     2.0    No
13.0 If you match Public Health Administrator (code 247), is your incumbent an M.D.?
      1.0    Yes     2.0    No



Public Employers Compensation                                                                                          2012
                                   GENERAL INFORMATION QUESTIONNAIRE (continued)
Position Questions (continued)
14.0 If you match Manager of Parks (code 07), what are they responsible for? (Check all that apply.)
      1.0    Open Space Maintenance
      2.0    Open Space Operations
      3.0    Park Planning
      4.0    Cemetery
      5.0    Other (Specify)

15.0 If you match Golf Course Superintendent (code 63), is this position responsible for a single or multiple golf
     courses?
      1.0    Single     2.0     Multiple

16.0 If you match to Water System Worker – Journey Level (code 185), what level of certification is required?
      1.0    No required certification
      2.0    Level I certification
      3.0    Level II certification
      4.0    Level III certification
      5.0    Level IV certification
17.0 If you match to Operators – levels A through D (codes 264, 265, 266, 267), and have both water and wastewater
     operators, do you pay water and wastewater operators on the same scale?
      1.0    Yes      2.0     No (please specify)
18.0 If you match Manager of Open Space/Natural Resources (code 03), what are they responsible for? (Check all
     that apply.)
      1.0    Acquisitions                              4.0   Construction – Trails & Facilities
      2.0    Planning                                  5.0   Maintenance
      3.0    Patrol                                    6.0   Application/Administration of Grants

19.0 If you do not match Special Events Coordinator (code 380)/Event Center Coordinator (405), do you contract out
     these positions?
      1.0    Yes      2.0     No
20.0 If you match Deputy Assessor Administration/Appraisal (code 309), is this position responsible for …
      1.0    Valuation Only        2.0     Administration Only   3.0    Both Valuation and Administration

Water & Wastewater
21.0 Number of water treatment plants
22.0 Number of re-used water treatment plants
23.0 Number of wastewater treatment plants




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Public Employers Compensation                                                                                      2012
                     OFFICE-CLERICAL                                                PROFESSIONAL/TECHNICAL

150    UTILITY CUSTOMER SERVICE                                     180 MUNICIPAL COURT SUPERVISOR
       REPRESENTATIVE                                               Excludes Judges. This is a First-Line Supervisor / Functional
Responsible for water, electric, or wastewater. Performs a          Manager. Administers, supervises and participates in the daily
variety of public assistance, public information and record         operations of the Municipal Court. Responsible for contracted
keeping duties associated with the maintenance of utility           services related to court security and may be responsible for
services, installation and billing. Typically requires high         direct supervision of court clerks. If you have multiple
school graduation or equivalent and at least one year of            supervisory levels, this is the first level. See Court
clerical experience with significant public contact.                Administrator (397).

248 SALES/PROPERTY TAX TECHNICIAN                                   397 COURT ADMINISTRATOR
Performs complex, technical staff support work for the              Excludes Judges. This position is the highest level in the
Revenue division. Interacts with customers, employees, staff        Municipal Court Administration and is responsible for the
and the public to resolve problems, answer questions, help fill     over-all operations of the court. May oversee probation, and
out forms, process fees, and provide information. Typically         marshal. Also see Municipal Court Supervisor (180), if you
requires high school graduation or equivalent and 2 years           only have one level, match to job code 180.
experience in finance.
                                                                    367 AFFORDABLE HOUSING MANAGER
173 AUTOMOTIVE PARTS TECHNICIAN                                     Provides one-on-one or group counseling for clients
Performs technical-clerical work in the procurement and             requesting assistance with housing situation including matters
distribution of parts and supplies for the fleet of vehicles and    such as pre-purchase, down-payment, closing cost assistance,
equipment. Assists customers over the counter with the              foreclosure prevention and reverse equity mortgage
selection of parts and issuing parts in stock. Checks prices and    counseling. May have overall program responsibilities.
availability of parts and places orders with warehouse or           Typically requires bachelor’s degree.
outside vendors. Typically requires high school graduation
and 1-2 years of experience in warehousing and customer             240     COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT
service.                                                                    ADMINISTRATOR
                                                                    Administers and coordinates the Community Development
379 BUS DRIVER – PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION                              Block Grant Program and the local affordable housing
Provides reliable, safe, and consistent public transportation       activities. Prepares and manages budget allocation processes.
service. Typically requires high school education. Requires         Ensures compliance with all federal, state, and local regulatory
CDL.                                                                requirements for housing, and CDBG. Researches and
                                                                    develops policy for CDBG grant and loan programs. Prepares
176 COURT MARSHAL                                                   and presents grant proposals. Monitors contractual compliance
Provides security for Municipal Court, operates security            of loan, grant, and fee waiver recipients. Supervises CDBG
equipment, transports prisoners, serves subpoenas, and              and Affordable Housing Division personnel. Typically reports
executes warrants within the boundaries of the city. Serves         to Development Services Director. May also be called
subpoenas, citations or restraining orders to persons called into   Community Development Block Grant Coordinator.
Municipal Court as witnesses or defendants. Responsible for
the Collections Program in the Municipal Court. Typically           156 PROGRAM SPECIALIST
requires high school diploma or equivalent and at least 2 years     Performs professional human service duties that may include
of experience in law enforcement. May carry a weapon. Valid         senior services, youth services, employment and training,
driver's license and good driving record.                           housing or in programs for low-income clients.
                                                                    Responsibilities include client intake and assessment, case
179 COURT CLERK I                                                   management, grant writing, program coordination, client
Provides in-person assistance to court customers at violations      counseling and coordination with other agencies. Typically
bureau counter. Processes fine payments and maintains               requires bachelor’s degree in social science or related field and
associated financial payment paperwork (arranges payment            two years of professional human services experience.
plans). Provides directions and instructions on court processes.
Typically requires high school diploma or equivalent and
minimum of one year in customer service related position.
Legal experience preferred.

365 COURT CLERK II
In addition to the duties of Court Clerk I, performs technical
clerical work utilizing legal terminology, procedures and
documents. May be in court. May be a lead position. Typically
requires high school education and 3 years experience. May be
called Court Technical Clerk. Excludes Judges.

2012 Public Employers Compensation Questionnaire                                                                         Page 1
                                                                    activities. Prepares, reviews and approves contracts and legal
              PROFESSIONAL/TECHNICAL (continued)
                                                                    agreements. Prepares, reviews and approves ordinances,
* New Position                                                      legislative bills, resolutions, regulations, procedures, and
                                                                    reports. Typically requires LLB or JD degree and 8 or more
417 LEGISLATIVE LIAISON
                                                                    years experience.
Positions establishes and maintains relationships through
interactions and communications with legislative bodies or          368    CITY/COUNTY ATTORNEY/CHIEF LEGAL
law-makers to promote the public policy goals directly related             OFFICER
to laws under which the organization or department programs         This is the highest level legal position in the City/County.
operate. Solicits or prepares and proposes legislation,             Directs a staff of supervisory, professional and support
identifies affected interests, lobbies for or against prospective   personnel engaged in legal matters. Oversees prosecution of
legislation, tracks and researches newly introduced laws and        civil or criminal cases. Gathers and analyzes evidence in cases
potential impact. Coordinates with Budget officer on fiscal         and reviews pertinent decisions, policies, regulations and other
impact, and may act as spokesperson for the organization or         legal matters pertaining to cases. Provides legal advice and
department. Typically requires a bachelor’s degree and 3            prepares formal legal opinions for various city/county
years of professional experience in government or legislative       departments. Typically requires LLB or JD degree and 8-10
processes.                                                          years experience practicing municipal law.
191 ASSISTANT ATTORNEY                                              192 DEPUTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY
Performs professional legal work within the office of the city      Performs complex legal duties in the prosecution of felony,
or county attorney. Drafts ordinances, contracts, easements         misdemeanor and juvenile cases. Presents evidence, argues
and leases. Assists departments with legal matters.                 motions to suppress and other technical legal motions.
Investigates claims and complaints by or against the city or        Participates in jury selection. Prepares instructions and closing
county regarding the violation of municipal ordinances.             arguments, and presents evidence in aggravation of
Interviews witnesses, prepares motions and presents cases in        sentencing. Typically requires LLB or JD degree and 3 years
court. Acts as legal advisor to boards and commissions.             of prosecution experience.
Typically requires LLB or JD degree and a minimum of 2
years experience as a practicing attorney with an emphasis in       402 ASSISTANT DISTRICT ATTORNEY
civil law. This is a non-supervisory position.                      Assists in planning, organizing, and directing the operations
                                                                    and activities of the Office of the District Attorney. Oversees
250 ASSISTANT SENIOR CITY/COUNTY ATTORNEY                           the prosecution of trial cases and resolves administrative
Assumes direct client responsibility for legal advice and           problems. Supervises the work of Deputy District Attorneys
representation of City/County department and divisions.             and other designated staff. Schedules and assigns work;
Advises City/County staff, boards, commissions on municipal         identifies training needs; provides training to new and/or less
legal matters. Performs legal research, writes briefs,              experienced County Court Deputy District Attorneys in
memoranda, and opinions of law in conjunction with litigation       arraignments, advisements, offers, pleas, sentencing, appeals,
activities. Prepares, reviews and approves contracts and legal      motions, revocations, negotiation, ethics, techniques, and
agreements. Prepares, reviews and approves ordinances,              strategies. Reviews and prepares cases for trial with
legislative bills, resolutions, regulations, procedures, and        prosecutors. May be assigned to prosecute serious felonies.
reports. Typically requires LLB or JD degree and 5 years            Typically requires LLB or JD degree and 5 years of
experience as a practicing attorney. Typically reports to           prosecution experience.
Deputy City/County Attorney.
* New Position                                                      403 CHIEF DISTRICT ATTORNEY
                                                                    SECOND IN COMMAND. Acts as District Attorney in
416 SENIOR ASSOCIATE ATTORNEY                                       his/her absence. Acts as a chief of both staff and operations for
Performs office management duties and Assists the                   the District Attorney; provides legal counsel, advice,
City/County Attorney in all matters regarding the statutory         recommendations and assistant to the District Attorney. May
and constitutional duties of the city/county, including             direct and supervise Assistant District Attorneys and all felony
representing, advising and counseling county officials,             prosecutors. Supervises investigations presented before the
departments, and boards regarding such duties. Requires             Grand Jury. Assists in planning, organizing, and directing the
demonstrated litigation experience in motions, practice,            operations and activities of the Office of the District Attorney,
discovery, and trial work in state and federal courts. May          overseeing and resolving administrative problems. Assists in
represent Police/Sheriff office issues. Typically requires LLB      planning and coordinating work programs of the Office;
or JD degree and 8-10 years experience.                             establishes and monitors controls to evaluate Office
                                                                    performance; takes appropriate actions to correct performance
193 DEPUTY CITY/COUNTY ATTORNEY
                                                                    and to adjust programs to meet requirements. Works with the
SECOND IN COMMAND. Acts as City/County Attorney in
                                                                    D.A. to establish and oversee community crime prevention
his/her absence. Assumes direct client responsibility for legal
                                                                    programs. Typically requires LLB or JD degree and 7 years of
advice and representation of City/County department and
                                                                    prosecution experience.
divisions. Advises City/County staff, boards, commissions on
municipal legal matters. Performs legal research, writes briefs,
memoranda, and opinions of law in conjunction with litigation

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                                                                   ** Job Description Change
             PROFESSIONAL/TECHNICAL (continued)
                                                                   251 BUDGET MANAGER
300 DEPUTY CITY CLERK                                              This is the highest supervisory level in the budget area.
Performs duties of the City Clerk in their absence.                Supervises and is responsible for the preparation and
Responsible for the preparation of council agenda and              administration of the annual operating budget, enterprise funds
planning calendars. Attends city council meetings and              and capital improvement plans. Directs and coordinates
prepares minutes. Assists City Clerk with liquor license,          activities of personnel responsible for formulation, monitoring
elections, etc.                                                    and presentation of budgets for controlling funds to implement
                                                                   program objectives. Typically reports to the Finance Director.
302 CITY CLERK
Provides services for the City Council as it relates to            308 SALES TAX AUDITOR
ordinances, resolutions, and elections. Serves as custodian of     This is a journey level position. Commutes to taxpayer offices
official records. Provides the public with information and/or      both locally and out-of-town to obtain taxpayer records to
assistance on matters related to elections, licenses, City codes   perform fieldwork of businesses. Communicates audit results
and City publications. Typically requires bachelor’s degree or     to taxpayer or taxpayer's representative both orally and in
equivalent experience.                                             writing. Communicates audit procedures and results to hearing
                                                                   officer at informal meetings, hearings and in court. Evaluates
404 DEPUTY CITY/COUNTY MANAGER                                     audit practices and procedures so as to simplify process,
THIRD IN COMAND. This is a Department Head level                   increase revenue collection efficiency, and proposes
position reporting to the City/County Manager. Work involves       procedural changes. Typically requires bachelor’s degree.
overall administration and coordination of the several
divisions and offices. Work is also comprised of special           369 SALES TAX AUDITOR SUPERVISOR
projects as assigned by the City/County Manager. Acts as           Responsible for overseeing the implementation, collection,
project manager for a variety of major special projects            enforcement and reporting of the sales tax program.
involving capital improvements, public-private ventures and        Administers the sales tax auditing and taxpayer services
multi-jurisdiction projects. Supervises or participates in the     functions.     Responsible for planning, organizing, and
collection, examination, analysis, and compilation of a wide       supervising sales tax work activities to ensure an effective and
range of reports and studies; prepares agendas, and makes          efficient operation. Provides education and counseling on sales,
arrangements for hearing of meetings. Plans, administers, and      use and opt taxes for management and auditing purposes.
directs overall operations of one or more of the following:        Advises businesses concerning their tax liability for sales, use,
Building Operations and Maintenance, Fleet Maintenance,            lodgers, and occupational privilege taxes. Responsible for
Municipal Court, Purchasing, Contract Services, City Clerk’s       planning work assignments, reviewing work, training, staff
Office, Volunteer Program, Human Resources, Risk                   development, and performance evaluations of the sales tax
Management, building security and other internal support.          staff. Typically requires bachelor’s degree and 3-4 years of
Assists in the development of administrative activities,           progressively responsible accounting experience.
departmental budgeting, and strategic planning. Typically
requires master’s degree and 3 years experience.                   311 FINANCE DIRECTOR
                                                                   Highest level. May be responsible for accounting, sales tax,
303 ASSISTANT CITY/COUNTY MANAGER                                  purchasing, and budget.
SECOND IN COMMAND. Assists the City/County Manager
in planning, organizing, coordinating and maintaining a            411 MANAGEMENT ANALYST I
comprehensive program of activities designed to maximize the       This is a journey level position. Performs advanced technical
effective operations and services provided by the City/County.     work conducting and assisting in the direction of
Confers with department heads on addressing staffing,              comprehensive studies designed to analyze organizational
organization, budgeting, and other aspects of administration.      units and managerial, technical and clerical processes.
Coordinates and assists in City-wide budget preparation            Determines the feasibility of management policies and
including preparing revenue estimates and reviewing                prepares reports on organizational activities. Assists in
department budgets. Typically requires master’s degree and 5       installation of new methods and provides technical advice.
years experience.                                                  Work is performed independently and is reviewed by
                                                                   administrative superiors. Typically requires bachelor’s degree
366 CITY/COUNTY MANAGER                                            and less than 2 years experience.
This is the top person in the city/town/county. Assists in
budget development. Conveys council/board policy to
departments. Prepares council/board agenda items. Provides
information to council/board.




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             PROFESSIONAL/TECHNICAL (continued)                   301 CODE ENFORCEMENT OFFICER
                                                                  Responsible for securing and maintaining compliance with
412 MANAGEMENT ANALYST II                                         applicable City/County ordinances. Investigates citizen
This is a senior level position. Performs high-level              complaints of code violations. Self initiates investigations in
professional, administrative and technical work in assisting an   the field of suspected code violations. Typically requires high
assigned department with minimal instruction. May be              school graduation or equivalent. For organizations with
responsible for one or all of the following activities: conduct   multiple levels, this is the journey level.
special research and analysis, complete administrative projects
and memorandums, provide public information, department           382 CODE ENFORCEMENT SUPERVISOR
budget      preparation,      active     involvement       with   Plans, coordinates and supervises the code enforcement staff
intergovernmental     functions,     the   development      and   and enforcement activities for City/County codes and
maintenance of assigned departments performance measures,         ordinances. Receives complaints, contacts citizens and assigns
and reviewing and updating the assigned department’s              investigations. Reviews applicable codes and ordinances;
strategic plans. Work is performed independently and is           recommends revisions and updates in response to community
reviewed by administrative superiors. Typically requires          needs and/or changes in statutory law. Typically requires 2
bachelor's degree and 2+ years of experience.                     years of college course work in a related field and 3-4 years of
                                                                  inspection or enforcement experience.
398 PERMIT TECHNICIAN
Performs routine and complex clerical work in the daily           252 CHIEF BUILDING OFFICIAL
operations of building permit issuance and official records       Performs a variety of professional services including directing,
maintenance for the Building Division. Explains policies,         planning, managing, supervising and coordinating the work
codes, ordinances and regulations. Typically requires a high      and services of the Building Inspection Division. Typically
school diploma or two years experience.                           requires 5 years experience in the building construction field
                                                                  supplemented by course work in Engineering. Must have
370 PERMIT TECHNICIAN SUPERVISOR                                  ICBO certification.
Plans, coordinates and supervises the permit counter staff in
reviewing and issuing City permits, calculating and collecting    154 CONSTRUCTION INSPECTOR
of fees, and maintaining documents and records in compliance      Performs technical work including inspection and testing of
with City code requirements and department policies and           water, sewer and storm drainage installation, soils, aggregates,
procedures. Explains codes and permit process requirements        asphalt pavements and concrete structures in the public right-
to contractors and citizens in matters pertaining to building     of-way.     Typically requires considerable knowledge of
permits, certificates of occupancy, and contractor licensing.     materials, procedures and equipment used in analyzing soils,
Researches questions and resolves problems regarding code         aggregates, concrete and asphalt materials. Typically requires
compliance. Prepares a variety of statistical and analytical      high school graduation or equivalent, supplemented by college
reports. Documents and evaluates performance of assigned          level coursework and two years of experience inspecting or
staff. Generally requires bachelor’s degree and three years       supervising concrete work, pipe installation or asphalt work.
experience in building construction or code compliance. May
                                                                  253 ELECTRICAL INSPECTOR
require ICC certification as a Permit Technician.
                                                                  Conducts inspections of complex electrical systems of
BUILDING INSPECTOR                                                industrial, commercial, and residential buildings at various
Performs technical and specialized structural, electrical,        stages of construction, alteration, and repair to ensure
mechanical, and plumbing inspection work to ensure                compliance with codes, plans, specifications, and department
compliance with established standards and ordinances, codes,      regulations. May also complete plan reviews. Requires a
rules and regulations. Prepares correspondence, records and       Journey or Master’s Electrical License and three years
reports. Typically requires graduation from high school or        experience.
equivalent, supplemented by training in general construction,
                                                                  200 ENGINEERING TECHNICIAN
blueprint reading, industrial arts and several years experience
                                                                  Performs journey-level technical and paraprofessional
as a skilled crafts worker in building trades, building
                                                                  engineering work in the evaluation, design, construction and
construction or building code enforcement. Must have
                                                                  project management phases of public works and utility
ICBO/ICC certification. May require an electrician’s license.
                                                                  projects. Typically a non-exempt position requiring 2 years
Include all certification(s) for matching. See also Electrical
                                                                  experience.
Inspector.
153 Building Inspector – 1 Certification
344 Building Inspector – 2 Certifications
345 Building Inspector – 3+ Certifications




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                                                                    workshop/public meeting coordination, major document
              PROFESSIONAL/TECHNICAL (continued)
                                                                    production, displays and newspaper inserts and ads. May
                                                                    coordinate development review application processing and
304 GRANTS SPECIALIST
                                                                    distribution of requests. Typically requires bachelor’s degree
Under limited supervision, performs professional work
                                                                    in related field and 2 years of related experience.
administering federal block grants in support of community
development, community services and criminal justice                70     PLANNER I
planning. Prepares departmental budget and justifies funds          Performs entry level planning duties under general supervision
requested and expended. Develops comprehensive grants               by coordinating the preparation and maintenance of a
compliance monitoring and reporting systems for ensuring            comprehensive plan or coordinating the current planning
compliance with federal and state regulations. Typically            development review process. Typical duties include reviewing
requires bachelor’s degree and 1-2 years experience.                and making recommendations on development proposals;
                                                                    research, data collection and statistical analysis; update and
203 PLANS EXAMINER
                                                                    maintenance of computerized land use inventory; and
Under general supervision, performs technical research in
                                                                    preparation of reports on land use and growth development.
support of the Building Department. Checks residential and
                                                                    Typically requires master’s degree in city or regional
commercial construction documents to ensure compliance
                                                                    planning, architecture, or closely related field. May also do
with established building codes. Denies or approves building
                                                                    park planning.
permits on the basis of plans submitted by homeowners,
builders, contractors, architects, etc. Performs research as        155 PLANNER II
requested and communicates with affected parties regarding          At the journey level, performs professional level planning
permit approval and denial. Prepares and maintains related          duties by coordinating the preparation and maintenance of a
records and reports. Typically requires high school graduation      comprehensive plan or coordinating the current planning
and 3 to 5 years experience.                                        development review process. Typical duties include reviewing
                                                                    and making recommendations on complex development
390 PLANS EXAMINER SENIOR
                                                                    proposals; research, data collection and statistical analysis;
Conducts complex, multi-discipline plan reviews of
                                                                    update and maintenance of computerized land use inventory;
construction drawings and specifications for new and
                                                                    and preparation of reports on land use and growth
remodeled residential, commercial and industrial building
                                                                    development. May provide technical supervision to lower
projects before permits are issued. Researches problems and
                                                                    level staff. Typically requires master’s degree in city or
complaints regarding commercial and residential buildings,
                                                                    regional planning, architecture, or closely related field and 2
and assists building inspectors on difficult or unusual code
                                                                    years of experience. May also do park planning.
requirements for major structures. Maintains related records
and reports, including records of all code interpretations. May     205 SENIOR PLANNER
assign or monitor the work of other Plans Examiners.                Performs professional senior-level planning duties in
Typically requires high school graduation or equivalent and 5       accordance with the city or county comprehensive planning
years of experience in construction or building code plan           and zoning ordinances. Reviews and evaluates major, complex
review. Typically requires at least two specialty certifications    project proposals including ensuring compliance with
or licenses.                                                        applicable regulations, policies and guidelines. Coordinates
                                                                    multi-department and board review process. Negotiates with
371 FACILITIES PLANNER/ARCHITECT
                                                                    applicants and mediates conflicts. Documents agreements and
Performs skilled work in planning, design, space utilization
                                                                    monitors project implementation with approved proposals.
for city/county facilities. Manages the design of projects from
                                                                    Acts as liaison with the public, developers, city or county
conceptual ideas to final design drawings. Develops and
                                                                    departments, and boards regarding land use issues, regulations
maintains the long-range facilities plan; identifies future space
                                                                    and development review process. Prepares and reports
needs. Draws design layout and specifications, showing
                                                                    analyses for city or county and citizens. May administer
location of furniture, equipment, doorways, electrical and
                                                                    growth management permit allocation process, administer sign
telephone outlets, and other facilities. Reviews drawings by
                                                                    or zoning codes, or participate in long-range planning.
outside consultants for compliance. Develops cost estimates
                                                                    Typically requires master’s degree in city or regional
and project budgets. Typically requires bachelor’s degree and
                                                                    planning, architecture or closely related field and 4 years of
6 to 7 years experience.
                                                                    professional planning experience. May train and direct the
204 PLANNING TECHNICIAN                                             work of lower level employees. May also do park planning.
Provides research, data collection, public communications,
technical support and other activities. Provides information
and technical assistance to applicants and the public.
Participates as a team member on professional planning
projects. Researches, evaluates, verifies and presents
background information and data. Prepares and monitors
statistical tabulations, computations, charts, reports and graphs
to illustrate planning studies. May prepare communication
products such as public involvement plans, presentations,

2012 Public Employers Compensation Questionnaire                                                                       Page 5
             PROFESSIONAL/TECHNICAL (continued)                    347 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR
                                                                   Responsible for the activities associated with the economic
* New Position                                                     well-being of the organization. Sustains and builds the
                                                                   strength of the community, business retention and expansion,
418 LONG RANGE PLANNER
                                                                   new business development, marketing and advertising,
Plans and coordinates the programs and activities of the Long
                                                                   training and assistance for businesses, and capital formation
Range Planning within the Planning Department. Prepares and
                                                                   for businesses. Typically requires a bachelor’s degree and a
presents current land use cases as needed. Coordinates the
                                                                   minimum of 5 years of economic development experience.
development and maintenance of the city or county’s land use.
Provides written comments on development proposals with            * New Position
regard to Long Range Planning. Typically requires master’s
degree and 3 years experience. May exercise some supervision       419 CONSERVATION SPECIALIST
of the long range planning staff.                                  Develops, implements and manages plans and programs that
                                                                   support the organization’s conservation goals. Provides
319 PLANNING MANAGER                                               expertise to the community and the organization regarding
DIVISION HEAD. Supervises, plans, and coordinates the              energy efficiency, water conservation, and/or environment.
programs and activities of the Long Range Planning or              Plans and coordinate events and seminars. Prepares technical
Development Review Division within the Planning                    and other educational information. Promotes new regulations
Department; to coordinate assigned activities with other           to promote conservation. May conduct presentations in the
divisions, outside agencies and the general public. Typically      community. Typically requires bachelor’s degree and 3-6
requires master’s degree with major course work in urban and       years relevant experience.
regional planning and 4-6 years of increasingly responsible
experience in professional urban planning and development          307 COMMUNITY OUTREACH COORDINATOR
including 3 years of supervisory responsibility. Reports to        Plans, organizes, implements and coordinates programs and
Planning Director.                                                 activities associated with neighborhood outreach, liaison to
                                                                   neighborhoods, education relating to city programs and
337 PLANNING DIRECTOR                                              policies, and/or preventive measures. Coordinates and
This is the highest level in the planning division, oversees all   schedules neighborhood meetings. May interact with
planning functions. Not responsible for building inspection or     businesses to educate them on city programs. Typically
areas outside of planning.                                         requires a bachelor’s degree and 2 years experience in
                                                                   municipal government, community advocacy, or human
407 SUSTAINABILITY COORDINATOR                                     services. May act as a facilitator and may require proficiency
Provides strategic recommendations for implementation of           in Spanish or another language. This is a professional level
energy efficient facilities and practices. Ensures coordination    position.
of efforts with all departments in the implementation of
projects and programs. Develops measurement standards to           380 SPECIAL EVENTS COORDINATOR
identify the return on investment to the community of any          Does not include venue events. Responsible for event planning
projects and/or programs undertaken. Identifies and develops       including development, implementation and evaluation of
external funding opportunities, including funding from grants      programs and services. Solicits and coordinate vendors,
and incentive programs. Typically requires bachelor’s degree       musicians, nonprofits and outside event managers to produce
and 2 years of experience.                                         special events. Develops contracts with facility users and
                                                                   service providers and monitors delivery of contracted services.
305 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR                                 May be a supervisor position. Typically requires bachelor’s
Plans, organizes, directs and evaluates the activities of the      degree and 3 years experience in public relations, marketing or
community development         department. May include              communications.
engineering, building, zoning and planning. Ensures that
established policies, procedures and programs are                  405 EVENT CENTER COORDINATOR
implemented in accordance with laws and regulations.               Coordinates public and special event utilization of a venue’s
Responsible for annual budget proposals for programs, grants,      facilities and buildings. Assists in marketing efforts of the
economic development, and CIP engineering. Typically               events and activities. Meets with customers and potential
requires bachelor’s degree and 8-10 years of experience,           customers to coordinate and assist with event planning
including senior level management.                                 including, equipment, food and beverage services, and facility
                                                                   equipment.      Coordinates     logistical,    technical   and
346 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT SPECIALIST                                administrative support and activities for events held in the
Researches, updates, and maintains information on local            venue. Provides assistance and guidance for special effects,
businesses including demographics, and information about           stage and set design elements for use in performances.
local real estate. Develops marketing strategies with members      Determines work priorities and develops work schedules to
of the business community to promote programs, services and        provide adequate staff coverage. Typically requires bachelor’s
assistance available to new and existing businesses. Typically     degree and 3 years experience in public relations, marketing or
requires a bachelor’s degree and 2 years of economic               communications.
development experience.


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              PROFESSIONAL/TECHNICAL (continued)                      * New Position
                                                                      420 DRIVER’S LICENSE SPECIALIST
373 VOLUNTEER COORDINATOR                                             Performs a variety of clerical and customer service work
Include Park and Recreation Coordinators. Plans, supervises,          assisting the public with issuance of driver’s licenses,
organizes, develops, and coordinates a program for volunteer          identification cards, motorcycle endorsements, name and
involvement to support and enhance special events. Develops           address changes and motor vehicle record searches. Typically
and maintains a well-organized volunteer staff recruitment            requires high school education and 1 year office environment
plan which may include creating marketing materials,                  experience.
developing and maintaining activity descriptions, evaluating,
implementing and refining methods for recruiting volunteers,          364 ELECTION TECHNICIAN
preparing advertisements and activity announcements, and              Registers voters and provides information regarding election
developing and maintaining recruitment, screening and                 procedures and regulations to the general public and political
background check policies and evaluation material. In addition        parties and candidates. Provides assistance on one or more
this position works in conjunction with community agencies to         specific election areas, such as election judges, absentee
address volunteer needs. Typically requires bachelor’s degree         voters, polling places, or record maintenance. Performs
and 2 years experience in volunteer programs.                         clerical tasks in support of department operations. Typically
                                                                      requires a high school diploma.

                            COUNTY                                    * New Position
                                                                      421 ELECTIONS SUPERVISOR
                                                                      Exercises direct supervision of policies, employees, operations
172 MOTOR VEHICLE TECHNICIAN
Under general supervision, performs a variety of clerical and         and activities within the election area. Organizes and
public contact work in support of the Motor Vehicles Division         maintains all areas of the election operations team including
within the Clerk and Recorder. Responsible for the collection         early voting, vote centers, election judge procurement and
                                                                      training, absentee, voter registration, vote system tabulation,
of ownership tax, license fees and sales tax. Assists the public
                                                                      and vote system equipment. Maintains the election cycle
with inquiries, researching and solving various motor vehicle,
title, and registration-related problems. Typically requires high     calendar to ensure compliance with all deadlines and job
school graduation and a minimum 1 year of experience in               assignments. Typically requires high school diploma and 6
clerical or data entry work. This is a journey level position.        years election procedures experience.

149 PROPERTY TRANSFER TECHNICIAN                                      102 ELECTIONS MANAGER
Under general supervision, performs moderately complex                Performs specialized administrative, technical, professional
                                                                      and supervisory work in directing the operations of the
technical-clerical working the Technical Support Division of
                                                                      Election Division within the Clerk and Recorder. Typically
the Assessor’s Department. Records the transfer of real
property ownership per recorded documents for tax purposes.           requires a bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience and a
Responsible for examining deeds and researching titles for            minimum of 3 years of progressively responsible experience
legal description, signatures, dates, etc., of properties; drafting   in the Elections Division including supervisory experience.
legal descriptions on maps; dividing property ownerships to           * New Position
records changes; and utilizing computerized data entry
equipment to record transfers of ownership. Examines new              422 DEPUTY OF ELECTIONS
recorded plats and drafts new plat lines on maps; assigns tax         Supervises and directs the managers in elections in the
and parcel numbers; and records data. Prepares monthly                planning, coordination and implementation of all duties and
statistical reports, and assists taxpayers and answers                responsibilities for the administration of all regular and special
telephones as needed.                                                 elections. Participates in the development of the annual
                                                                      elections budget and the elections contingency budget.
175 MOTOR VEHICLE BRANCH MANAGER                                      Typically requires a bachelor’s degree and 8 years of election
Performs supervisory and administrative work in overseeing            related experience.
clerical activities of Motor Vehicle Branch within the Clerk
and Recorder. Typically requires Associate's degree in                391 RECORDING TECHNICIAN
secretarial science or business management and 3-5 years of           Assists the public in providing information, processing
progressively responsible clerical experience. This is the top        information requests and handling various recording functions.
position at a Branch.                                                 Maintains appropriate files, images, records and databases.
                                                                      Exercises no supervision. Typically requires high school
101 MOTOR VEHICLE DIVISION MANAGER                                    graduation or equivalent.
Performs specialized administrative, technical, professional
and supervisory work in directing the operations of the Motor
Vehicle Division within the Clerk and Recorder. Typically
requires a bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience and a
minimum of 3 years of progressively responsible experience
in the motor vehicle branch including supervisory experience.

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                                                                     ** Job title and description change
                       COUNTY (continued)
                                                                     310 SENIOR APPRAISER COMMERCIAL
114 RECORDING MANAGER                                                At a higher level, performs a variety of professional duties
Performs specialized administrative, technical, professional         associated with the collection and analysis of descriptive data
and supervisory work in directing the operations of the              relating to commercial and industrial property and land.
Recording Division within the Clerk and Recorder. Typically          Designs, performs, analyzes, interprets, and documents
requires a bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience and a          appraisal studies of commercial properties for assessment
minimum of 3 years of progressively responsible experience           purposes. Handles the most complex commercial property.
in the Recording Division including supervisory experience.          Provides guidance to lower level appraisers. Typically
                                                                     requires bachelor’s degree and 3-5 years of experience.
* New Position                                                       License required.
423 CHIEF DEPUTY CLERK AND RECORDER
                                                                     190 APPRAISER SUPERVISOR
Performs administrative and supervisory duties to facilitate the
                                                                     Performs complex, technical and supervisory work including
daily operations of the Clerk and Recorder’s Office. Assists
                                                                     supervision of commercial, land, residential or personal
the Clerk and Recorder with the preparation and monitoring of
                                                                     property staff appraisers. Responds to appraisal inquiries and
the budget. Assists the general public with explanations of
                                                                     explains applicable laws and codes. Performs complex field
Clerk and Recorder policies and procedures. Typically
                                                                     audits, appraisals and appraisal analysis.
requires high school diploma.
                                                                     309     DEPUTY ASSESSOR ADMINISTRATION/
181 COOK, JAIL
                                                                             APPRAISAL
Journey level position. Performs a variety of food preparation
                                                                     Under limited supervision of the Assessor, performs
duties in the jail, including the supervision of kitchen trusties.
                                                                     administrative and supervisory work. Plans, organizes, and
Prepares food to be served at meals in the jail according to the
                                                                     directs the valuation and re-valuation of all real and personal
operational schedule. Maintains standards of sanitation in the
                                                                     property for tax purposes. Plans, organizes and directs the
kitchen and when serving food.
                                                                     activities of the Administrative Support Division. Supervises
361 APPRAISAL TECHNICIAN                                             a professional and appraisal staff and provides training in
Performs on site inspections of properties, including review of      appraisal policy and procedures Typically requires a
building construction plans, measurements, and classification        bachelor’s degree and 1-2 years of supervisory experience.
by type. Photographs properties, calculates square footage,          ** Job title change
and records, edits, files, organizes and enters all data
                                                                     399 CHIEF DEPUTY ASSESSOR
necessary for appraisal and assessment operations. Typically
                                                                     Plans, directs, and coordinates all aspects of valuation and
requires a high school diploma.
                                                                     administration related activities of the Department of
188 APPRAISER I                                                      Assessment. Oversees, manages and coordinates the
Entry level position. Performs field audits. Gathers and             preparation and finalization of the annual assessment roll.
analyzes descriptive data to determine the value of real             Supervises the maintenance of the land and tax map which
property for assessment purposes. Uses a variety of references       designates all parcels of real estate within the county. This is
to compute assessed value. Typically requires one year of            the highest level position beneath the Elected Assessor.
appraisal, real estate or construction experience and license.
                                                                     314 CHIEF DEPUTY TREASURER
** Job title and description change                                  Under direct supervision of the Treasurer, performs a variety
189 APPRAISER II RESIDENTIAL                                         of administrative, supervisory, managerial and complex
Journey level position. Performs technical duties associated         professional work for the Treasurer’s Department. Typically
with the collection and analysis of descriptive data, and in         requires a bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience in
determining the value of residential property and vacant land.       accounting, business administration, public relations, and
Typically requires 2 years experience. License required.             supervision and 7 years of experience.

* New Position                                                       103 CORRECTIONS NURSE, LPN
424 APPRAISER II COMMERCIAL                                          Under supervision of a RN, performs routine health care and
Journey level position. Performs a variety of professional           basic nursing duties for inmate health care. This is a
duties associated with the collection and analysis of                paraprofessional position and requires a LPN license.
descriptive data relating to commercial and industrial property
                                                                     197 CORRECTIONS NURSE, RN
and vacant land. Designs, performs, analyzes, interprets, and
                                                                     Performs professional health care and nursing duties for
documents appraisal studies of commercial properties for
                                                                     inmates in the jail. Consults with health care authority on
assessment purposes. Typically requires 2 years experience.
                                                                     treatment issues. Monitors inmates with particular health
License required.
                                                                     problems. Requires RN license.




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                      COUNTY (continued)                           321 WORKFORCE SPECIALIST I
                                                                   Assists employment center clients in job search activities
198 CORRECTIONS NURSE ADMINISTRATOR                                including job match, referral, placement, and retention
Performs supervisory and professional health care duties in the    services and other activities designed to develop employment
coordination of inmate health care. Schedules health care staff    opportunities to provide employment services. Writes job
coverage. Functions as liaison between jail administration and     orders documenting employment information. Interviews
health care team. Coordinates the efforts of community             clients in order to match clients with jobs. Assesses
agencies, private physicians, and hospitals that treat jail        customer’s abilities, skills, education, training and interest.
inmates. Requires RN license and typically 4 years of              Typically requires 3 years clerical experience.
medical/psychiatric nursing experience, including one year in
a supervisory capacity.                                            322 WORKFORCE SPECIALIST II
                                                                   Develops employment and/or training opportunities for
320 PATHOLOGY ASSISTANT                                            employment center program customers and provides
Assists the pathologist in the performance of autopsy              employers with recruitment and needed services. Coordinates
procedures including preparation of body for autopsy,              and evaluates services provided to employers. Implements job
fingerprinting, and taking photographs as directed. Maintains      orders, job match, referrals, placement, and retention services.
morgue in state of readiness including routing maintenance of      Typically    requires     2     years    of    experience     in
equipment used in the performance of autopsies and ordering        vocational/educational counseling.
and restocking of supplies. May assist with routine death
investigations as directed by the investigative staff. Typically   323 WORKFORCE SUPERVISOR
requires an associate’s degree.                                    Supervises, assigns, reviews and participates in the work of
                                                                   staff responsible for providing programs and services within
406 FORENSIC PATHOLOGIST                                           the employment center. Researches, writes, develops, designs,
Assists in the operations and activities of the County             modifies, and coordinates plans and grants. Monitors and
Coroner’s office. Performs medical/legal autopsies in              evaluates assigned program services, activities, and contracts
accordance with accepted standards in forensic pathology.          for compliance with applicable laws, regulations, and program
Orders and interprets necessary diagnostic tests to aid in the     effectiveness. Typically requires 3 years management
diagnosis of disease and non-natural pathology to determine        experience.
the cause of death. Gives testimony as to cause of death and
renders expert opinions in a variety of legal forums. Typically    ** Job description change
requires graduation from an approved school of medicine plus       324 WORKFORCE ADMINISTRATOR
completion of post-graduate training approved by the               This is the highest level in the workforce center. Directs,
American Board of Pathology.                                       manages, supervises, and coordinates the programs and
                                                                   activities of the employment center. Plans, directs,
** Job description change                                          coordinates, and reviews the work plan for the employment
339 CORONER INVESTIGATOR                                           center. Typically requires bachelor’s degree and 5 years of
Conducts investigations of reportable deaths and assists in the    human services experience.
determination of the cause of death. Investigates the
circumstances and medical history surrounding assigned             362 PUBLIC TRUSTEE ADMINISTRATOR
deaths. Typically requires associate’s degree in law               Communicates/educates the public and staff regarding the
enforcement or medical and 3-5 years experience.                   foreclosure process. Interprets complex foreclosure issues
                                                                   such as bankruptcy timing, junior lienors, etc. Researches
340 CHIEF DEPUTY CORONER                                           statutes and provides information and recommendations to the
Under general supervision, performs administrative,                Revenue Manager regarding foreclosure issues. Typically
supervisory and investigative work under the jurisdiction of       requires a high school diploma and three years of accounting
the county coroner's office. Oversees the operation of the         experience.
coroner's office and morgue. Responsible for determining the
appropriate route for completing investigations into deaths,
preparing appropriate documentation and collecting evidence                               PUBLIC WORKS
for investigations. Identifies deceased persons and issues
surrounding deaths, ensuring compliance with statutes
                                                                   315    FACILITIES MANAGER – SECOND-LINE
regarding appropriate coroner cases, transfer of jurisdiction,
                                                                          SUPERVISOR
scene responsibilities, release of information and disposition
                                                                   Plans, organizes, and supervises comprehensive facilities
of the deceased; educating and obtaining information from a
                                                                   management services. Provides professional and technical
variety of agencies and individuals; and counseling families
                                                                   staff assistance. Supervises and directs assigned maintenance
and friends of decedents. Reports to the Coroner. Typically
                                                                   and custodial staff. Typically requires bachelor's degree and 6
requires a bachelor’s degree and 3-5 years experience.
                                                                   years of experience involving repair and maintenance of
                                                                   complex structured facilities, including supervising general
                                                                   construction work.


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                   PUBLIC WORKS (continued)                          395 STREETS TECHNICIAN (SENIOR)
                                                                     In addition to the duties of Streets Technician (Journey), must
201 FLEET MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR                                     be able to operate all equipment, including heavy equipment.
Performs supervisory, technical and administrative work in the       Requires a CDL and typically requires 4 years experience. See
maintenance and repair of a fleet of light, medium and/or            also Construction Equipment Operator (701) in Benchmark
heavy duty vehicles for the Fleet Department. Manages and            Compensation Survey.
supervises the activities of fleet maintenance shop and fueling
facility. Assigns, schedules and coordinates the activities of       328 STREETS TECHNICIAN (LEAD)
employees. Evaluates vehicles for transfer or replacement and        In addition to the duties of the Streets Technician (Senior),
inspects new units. Reports to the Fleet Operations Manager.         performs skilled street maintenance duties in a lead worker
Typically requires high school graduation and 6-9 years of           capacity. Operates the largest six heavy equipment. Requires a
experience in vehicle repair shop operations, including              CDL.
administrative and supervisory experience.
                                                                     329 STREETS FOREMAN
386 FLEET OPERATIONS SUPERVISOR                                      A first-line working supervisor responsible for supervising the
Supervises fleet maintenance operations and fleet staff.             operations of an assigned Streets unit. Coordinates unit's
Responsible for responding to customer issues and concerns,          activities with those of other units/divisions within the
and managing operations, inventory, and budget. Technical            department or those of other departments. May operate
knowledge of complex automotive systems including                    equipment used in the division such as backhoe, tractor, and
maintenance, vendor repairs, and warranties. Typically               street sweeper. Assigns work to subordinate personnel.
requires bachelor’s degree and 5 years experience in fleet           Instructs subordinates in new and existing techniques.
services operations. Colorado Driver's license required.             Typically requires high school graduation or equivalent.
                                                                     ** Job description change
202 FLEET OPERATIONS MANAGER
Highest level Manager in Fleet Operations. Performs a variety        325 STREETS SUPERVISOR
of complex administrative duties and provides technical              Performs supervisory, technical and administrative work in the
program assistance for the Fleet Services Department. Assists        maintenance and repair of streets. Assigns, schedules and
Director in planning and managing the activities of fleet            coordinates the activities of employees. Requires CDL and
operations, ensuring adherence to safety rules and regulations,      typically 5+ years experience. This is not the top position. May
analyzing cost effectiveness of operations, assists with             be a second-line supervisor.
preparing the annual budget. Recommends procedures to
                                                                     330 STREETS OPERATION MANAGER
improve efficiency. Approves and monitors expenses. Obtains
                                                                     Plans, organizes, directs, coordinates and reviews crews
equipment replacement costs and prepares specifications for
                                                                     engaged in road/bridge/street construction/maintenance and
purchase of equipment. Typically requires bachelor’s degree
                                                                     sign maintenance. Provides highly responsible & technical
in engineering, business or other related field and 6-9 years of
                                                                     support staff. Typically requires bachelor’s degree or
experience in vehicle repair shop operations, including
                                                                     equivalent experience in public administration or related field,
administrative and supervisory experience. Typically reports
                                                                     and 6 years of public works experience, construction,
to Public Works Director.
                                                                     maintenance/repair work with at least 3 years supervisory
326 STREETS WORKER (ENTRY)                                           experience or equivalent. Typically reports to the Public
This entry-level position performs street maintenance duties         Works Director. May be called Road and Bridge
including patching and overlay; right-of-way maintenance;            Director/Superintendent.
storm drainage cleaning and repair; alley repairs; sign              ** New Position
preparation, installation and repair; street striping and painting
                                                                     425 TRAFFIC OPERATIONS ADMINISTRATOR
of curbs, crosswalks, street sweeping; plowing and sanding;
                                                                     Plans, organizes and supervises the traffic signal control
and traffic control. With instruction and guidance, operate
                                                                     system, pavement marking services, and street sign services
construction and maintenance equipment. Typically requires
                                                                     and fabrication within the Traffic Section of Public
high school graduation or equivalent. May require CDL within
                                                                     Works. Manages all services and activities of the Traffic
6 months.
                                                                     Section, including traffic control system maintenance and
327 STREETS TECHNICIAN (JOURNEY)                                     operations. Develops and implements goals, objectives,
In addition to the duties of the Streets Worker (Entry),             policies and priorities for assigned programs including long
operates construction and maintenance equipment at the               range traffic planning, traffic control device installation and
journey level. May operate bulldozers, loaders, graders and          maintenance. Maintains and monitors central computerized
scrapers to excavate foundations, construct roads, berms, dams       traffic signal system. Oversees the supervision of both the
and to contour land. May include the blading of hot asphalt.         maintenance and operations units for the Traffic
May provide on-site direction to lower level employees.              Section. Typically requires an engineering degree and 5-7
Requires a CDL and 2 years experience. See also Construction         years experience. May also be called Traffic Engineer.
Equipment Operator (701) in Benchmark Compensation
Survey.


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                   PUBLIC WORKS (continued)
                                                                                   WATER/WATER TREATMENT
152 TRAFFIC SIGNAL TECHNICIAN
Performs skilled journey level work in the construction,           349 EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR – Water/Water Treatment
maintenance and repair of traffic control and signal systems.      This is the top position/CEO in a Water/Wastewater District.
Times signals and tests and maintains signal systems. May          Plans, develops and implements long range plans to meet
adjust master controller for entire system. Typically requires     community demands for future facilities. Develops the budget,
high school graduation and two years of increasingly               monitors/approves expenditures, and makes investment
responsible traffic system repair and maintenance experience.      decisions. Represents and promotes the plant operation with
Typically requires certification. Excludes traffic maintenance     the community and governmental entities. Typically reports to
workers who are responsible for road signs and street lines.       the Board of Directors. May also be called District Manager.
338 TRAFFIC TECHNICIAN                                             ** Job title and description change
This is a journey level position. Responsible for road signs and
street markings. Typically requires high school graduation. If     261 PLANT MANAGER/SUPERINTENDENT
your position is responsible for both road signs and traffic       Highest level in Water/Wastewater Treatment plant. Manages
signals, match to Traffic Signal Technician (code 152).            the strategic operations and personnel of a water         or
                                                                   wastewater treatment plant. Plans, develops and implements
182 SOLID WASTE OPERATOR                                           long range plans to meet community demands for future
Operates automated and semi-automated refuse collection            facilities.  Develops    the    budget,    monitors/approves
equipment along assigned route, such as solid waste and            expenditures, and makes investment decisions. Represents and
recycling collection vehicles and related equipment. Requires      promotes the plant operation with the community and
commercial driver’s license.                                       governmental entities. May be a department head.

183 SOLID WASTE SUPERVISOR                                         213    DISTRIBUTION & COLLECTION
Plans, coordinates and supervises the refuse collection                   SUPERINTENDENT
function and it’s employees. Responsible for budget                Directs the operation and maintenance of water distribution
preparation and monitoring. First-level administrative and         systems and/or wastewater collection system. Oversees the
field supervisor, not a lead worker.                               planning, policies and programs related to installation, repair
                                                                   and maintenance of water and/or wastewater systems. Second-
214 PUBLIC WORKS OPERATIONS MANAGER                                level supervisory position. Also see Distribution & Collection
Plans, organizes and directs the work of the solid waste, street   Supervisor.
maintenance and storm drainage administrative functions,
including the implementation of new programs. Supervises           199 DISTRIBUTION & COLLECTION SUPERVISOR
first- and second-level supervisors.                               Skilled supervisory position responsible for overseeing and
                                                                   directing water distribution and wastewater collection
316 PUBLIC WORKS DIRECTOR                                          maintenance and repair. Supervises crews engaged in using
Top level in Public Works department. May be responsible for       heavy construction equipment and camera trucks to locate and
engineering, utilities, water, wastewater, and fleet. Reports to   correct water line and main problems. First-level supervisor,
the City/County Manager.                                           exempt position, not a lead worker. Also see Distribution &
                                                                   Collection Superintendent.
124 STORMWATER COORDINATOR
Provides technical, professional, and administrative support to    360 DISTRIBUTION & COLLECTION FOREMAN
the Superintendent in the implementation and supervision of        A first-line working supervisor responsible for supervising the
the jurisdiction’s approved National Pollution Discharge           operations of an assigned Distribution & Collection unit.
Elimination System (NPDES) stormwater program. Typically           Coordinates unit's activities with those of other units/divisions
requires bachelor’s degree in management, environmental            within the department or those of other departments. May
sciences, chemistry, or related field and 3 years of               operate equipment used in the division. Assigns work to
progressively responsible experience in stormwater, industrial     subordinate personnel. Instructs subordinates in new and
pretreatment, wastewater or water quality management.              existing techniques. Typically requires high school graduation
                                                                   or equivalent.
374 STORMWATER MANAGER
                                                                   ** Job description change
Directs, manages, supervises and coordinates the activities and
operations of the programs associated with the stormwater          262 OPERATIONS MANAGER
division. Responsible for the program budget, financial            Responsible for the effective, efficient and safe management
management, and overall effectiveness of the program, which        and day-to-day operation of the overall plant operation.
includes maintenance and operations. Typically requires 4-6        Directs the development, maintenance, and utilization of the
years experience.                                                  plant process control system based on management and
                                                                   control needs and government standards on effluent discharge,
                                                                   pretreatment, and beneficial use regulations. Typically reports
                                                                   to the Plant Manager.

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              WATER/WATER TREATMENT (continued)                      269 LABORATORY SUPERVISOR
                                                                     Responsible for the operation of a water and wastewater
263 CHIEF PLANT OPERATOR                                             district laboratory ensuring quality standards of applicable
Directs plant operators regarding process and operations of a        regulations. Performs complex laboratory studies such as
water treatment/wastewater plant. Responsible for operating,         bacteriological analysis. Produces and maintains required
monitoring, controlling, testing and troubleshooting the plant       reports. Prepares the laboratory budget. Typically requires a
along with the management of the overall effective, efficient        bachelor’s degree in a biological science or a closely related
and safe plant operations. Class A license operator. Typically       field and a Class A license operator.
a nonexempt position.
                                                                     270 CHIEF CHEMIST
OPERATORS                                                            Supervises testing and analyses in the laboratory. Documents
Operates, monitors, controls, tests, and troubleshoots a             and updates laboratory techniques and analyses. Analyzes and
water/wastewater treatment plant utilizing thorough technical        interprets test results; diagnoses problems in results and data
and scientific knowledge and skills to independently perform         and recommends solutions. Supervises laboratory personnel,
activities within prescribed operations and safety guidelines        including scheduling and staffing levels, performance
and procedures.                                                      assessments, hiring recommendations, and disciplinary action.
                                                                     Typically requires a bachelor’s degree in biology, chemistry,
264       OPERATOR A LICENSE – Highest Level
                                                                     or related science and 4 years analytical laboratory experience.
265       OPERATOR B LICENSE
266       OPERATOR C LICENSE                                         271 ANALYTICAL CHEMIST
                                                                     Performs a broad range of laboratory tests, including testing
267       OPERATOR D LICENSE
                                                                     and analyzing samples, chemical preparation and
268    METER SERVICE WORKER/INSPECTOR –                              inventorying, and statistical data gathering for regulatory
       WATER                                                         reporting. Typically requires a bachelor’s degree in chemistry,
Records water meter readings for billing purposes. Installs,         biology, or related science and 2 years analytical laboratory
maintains, and repairs water meters; inspects water and sewer        experience.
service line installations and locates lines and valves. If duties
also include gas and electric, see Meter Reader (256) in             272 MASTER ELECTRICIAN
General Utility Section.                                             Responsible for the electrical operation, repair and
                                                                     maintenance of the water/wastewater equipment and facilities
413    INSTRUMENTATION & CONTROLS/SCADA                              and installation of new electrical devices. Master Electrician’s
       PROGRAMMER                                                    license required.
Responsible for the design, development and implementation
of Instrumentation and Control (I&C) systems. Performs daily         415 WATER RESOURCES ADMINISTRATOR
administration, maintenance and troubleshooting of I&C /             Manages and supervises the division’s activities associated
SCADA. Programs and maintains new and existing PLC’s,                with raw water supply operations. Acquires new water
RTU’s, and Data Acquisition/Telemetry Systems according to           supplies and negotiates raw water supply contracts and leases.
changing District needs. Develops and maintains Human                Directs work efforts related to water supply operations, water
Machine Interfaces (HMI) using district owned development            supply development and water supply and water protection.
packages. Typically requires bachelor’s degree in computer           Attends/participates in organization and community meetings,
science and 4+ years of experience.                                  negotiates with opposing parties in settlement discussions to
                                                                     protect district’s water rights, and provides and/or directs
414    INSTRUMENTATION & CONTROLS/SCADA                              expert witness testimony at trial. Develops or oversees the
       SPECIALIST                                                    water system accounting documentation as required by the
Provides high-level technical research, review and guidance          city and state. Typically requires bachelor’s degree in civil
on electronic and I&C issues. Analyzes and resolves complex          engineering and 3-5 years experience in water rights
technical issues. Ensures accuracy of I&C wiring diagrams,           administration.
schematics and other related site documentation. Evaluates
technical skills of I&C staff and provides training. Performs        274 REGULATORY PROGRAMS MANAGER
skilled shop and field tasks including the installation,             Responsible for discharge, biosolids, air quality, stormwater
calibration, maintenance, testing, troubleshooting, tuning and       and water quality regulatory programs. Manages and
repair of electronic/electro-mechanical equipment and                coordinates permitting activities. Analyzes state and federal
telemetry, communications, control, SCADA, instrumentation           environmental regulations and legislation to determine impact
and protective relay systems. Evaluates, installs, tunes and         on the facility. Represents the facility to regulatory agencies
calibrates microprocessor based instrumentation and control          regarding positions and proposals. Typically requires a
system components; performs programming of automated                 bachelor’s degree in chemical, civil, or environmental science,
process control equipment, PLC’s, RTU’s, and SCADA                   biology, or chemistry with 4-5 years technical management
system devices. Typically requires bachelor’s degree in              and analysis.
electronic engineering and 4+ years of experience.



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             WATER/WATER TREATMENT (continued)                    282 PLANT MAINTENANCE MECHANIC
                                                                  Maintains, repairs, calibrates and installs equipment used in
275 PROCESS CONTROL SPECIALIST                                    the water or wastewater treatment process at various company
Monitors and manages major plant processes. Provides              locations. This is a journey level position.
technical analyses and troubleshooting. Recommends process
changes and development activities. Typically requires 5 years    383 WATER QUALITY MANAGER
on-site wastewater operating experience. Class A license          Responsible for the direction, supervision, administration and
operator.                                                         operations of the water quality division, including sampling
                                                                  and laboratory operations. Ensures protection of water quality
276 BENEFICIAL USE SUPERVISOR                                     and water quality-related environmental/public health issues.
Responsible for coordinating, planning, organizing,               Requires a bachelor’s degree and 4 years experience in
delegating, scheduling and supervising the Beneficial Use         environmental regulatory program administration.
employees. Determines land suitability, compiles necessary
information, negotiates and prepares documentation required       ** Job description change
to obtain Beneficial Use permits. Requires advanced working       184 WATER SERVICES TECHNICIAN
knowledge of wastewater residuals management, monitoring          Installs, repairs, maintains, calibrates and tests water meters
data collection and analyses.                                     and backflow control devices. Work may be performed in the
                                                                  field as well as a shop environment. Performs inspections of
277 BENEFICIAL USE OPERATOR                                       meters and backflow installations. May perform building
Responsible for the safe transportation and application of        permit sign-offs. Typically requires high school education and
wastewater biosolids. Operates heavy equipment and 10 yard        2 years relevant experience.
dump trucks. Performs corrective and preventive maintenance
on heavy equipment. Minimum 1 year experience driving             185 WATER SYSTEMS WORKER – Journey Level
tractor-trailer trucks and using heavy equipment.                 At the journey level, performs installation, maintenance and
                                                                  repair of water and sewer lines and mains, locates and repairs
278 INDUSTRIAL PRETREATMENT MANAGER                               breaks. Operates heavy equipment and performs manual labor.
Develops and manages Pretreatment Division policies, goals,       Requires appropriate class of distribution and collections
objectives and annual budget. Assures and enforces industry       license/certificate.
compliance with local, state, and federal regulations. Directs
staff investigations of illegal and accidental discharges from    249 CREW LEADER – WATER/WASTEWATER
industries and recommends and participates in enforcement         Lead worker in Water and/or Wastewater distribution and
and legal actions. Typically requires a bachelor’s degree in      collection operations and maintenance functions. May include
environmental or technical management, chemistry,                 scheduling and assigning of work, operating a variety of heavy
environmental or civil engineering or environmental sciences      equipment, performing skilled maintenance, inspection and
and 3 years experience in an industrial pretreatment program.     repair of distribution and collection systems. Requires CDL
                                                                  and Class III or IV Water Distribution and Wastewater
279 INDUSTRIAL PRETREATMENT SPECIALIST                            Collection certificate. Typically a nonexempt position.
Responsible for overseeing industrial user permits. Formulates
detailed, legally defensible, company specific permits and
prepares all correspondence pertaining to those permits.                           GAS & ELECTRIC UTILITY
Performs all industry inspections and sampling associated with
permits. Typically requires a bachelor’s in biology, chemistry    343 EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR – Gas & Electric
or environmental science and 2 years experience in an             This is the highest level in a utility department. Plans,
industrial pretreatment program.                                  develops and implements long range plans to meet community
                                                                  needs. Develops the budget, monitors/approves expenditures,
387 INDUSTRIAL WASTE INVESTIGATOR                                 and makes investment decisions. Represents and promotes the
Performs a variety of tasks involving permitting, monitoring,     plant operation with the community and governmental entities.
inspection, surveillance, and investigation of industrial waste   Typically reports to the City Manager. May also be called
discharges to the sanitary sewer system. Conducts and reviews     District Manager.
on-site inspections of industrial facilities. Assists in the
preparation and review of routine Industrial Waste Discharge      257 BUSINESS MANAGER
Permits. Typically requires bachelor’s degree and 2 years         Oversees budget, federal compliance reporting, business
experience with industrial and/or wastewater treatment            development, business statistical analysis, performance
processes.                                                        measurement and reporting, trend analysis, competitive
                                                                  assessment, long-range financial planning and customer
281 UTILITY MAINTENANCE MECHANIC                                  information system interface with utility billing and
Performs semi-skilled and skilled duties incidental to the        information systems divisions. Typically requires a bachelor’s
maintenance and orderliness of company equipment, grounds         degree and five years increasingly responsible experience.
and buildings.



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               GAS & ELECTRIC UTILITY (continued)                   161 ELECTRIC SUBSTATION WORKER
                                                                    Performs journey level work in the construction, maintenance
258 MAJOR ACCOUNT REPRESENTATIVE                                    and operation of electrical substation equipment and facilities.
This is the primary utility contact for major account customers     Typically requires graduation from high school plus
and performs duties such as energy audits, energy efficiency,       completion of two to four years of training experience in
power quality, rate analysis and development, product               electrical construction and maintenance.
development and sales, database management and customer
service issues resolution. Acts as customer liaison with the        287 ELECTRIC OPERATIONS MANAGER
utility and other departments to provide a high level of            Plans, organizes and schedules work for the Electric
customer service for major customers. Requires a bachelor’s         Operations Division. Supervises the construction, maintenance
degree.                                                             and repair of the electric distribution system including
                                                                    overhead and underground lines. Supervises departmental
* New Position                                                      safety program and lineworker apprenticeship training
                                                                    program. Typically requires a high school diploma, journey
428 REGULATORY AND COMPLIANCE
                                                                    lineworker certificate, and five years of advanced level
SPECIALIST
                                                                    experience including supervisory duties.
Responsible for oversight of all National Electric Reliability
Corporation (NERC) mandatory reliability standards. Leads           162 GROUNDWORKER
efforts to analyze and respond during proposed standard             Under supervision, assists line worker from the ground in the
comment periods. Coordinates self-assessment, self-                 construction and maintenance of overhead and underground
certification and event review activities with the specified        electrical distribution and transmission lines. Duties include
functional area. Typically requires bachelor’s degree and 7         hauling poles, digging holes, framing and setting poles, and
years of analytical experience in the energy and utilities          operating trenchers, backhoes and digger trucks. Typically
industry.                                                           requires high school graduation and equivalent training.
159 ELECTRICAL ENGINEER                                             163 JOURNEY LINEWORKER
Performs project engineering, administrative and public             Performs journey level construction and maintenance,
relations duties in electrical distribution and substations under   installation and repair work on primary and secondary
the general supervision of senior engineering staff members.        overhead electrical distribution and transmission lines and
Performs work order design and cost estimating for overhead         underground distribution lines. Typically requires graduation
and underground distribution lines. May perform fuse                from high school plus completion of four years of training
coordination, fault studies and voltage drop analyses.              experience as a ground worker and apprentice line worker.
Typically requires bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering
and 2 years of electrical engineering experience.                   164 LINE CREW SUPERVISOR
                                                                    Supervises line workers, apprentice line workers and ground
259 FIELD ENGINEERING SUPERVISOR                                    workers in the construction and maintenance of overhead and
Supervises the Field Engineering work required for the design,      underground electrical transmission lines. Performs line work
cost estimating, and system analysis of the electric distribution   as required.
system and the street lighting system. Plans, organizes, and
assigns personnel to field engineering projects and CAD             283 CONSTRUCTION COORDINATOR
projects. Requires an associate’s degree and 5 years                Provides supervision to distribution crews involved in
experience in field engineering.                                    maintenance, construction, and operations of electrical
                                                                    distribution systems. Coordinates projects with crews,
284 CHIEF ELECTRICAL ENGINEER                                       developers, and engineering staff to ensure accurate and
Plans, schedules and supervises the work of the Electrical          efficient construction activities. Requires Journey Lineworker
Engineering Division. Serves as project manager on major            certificate and supervisory experience.
projects. Develops and implements the long-term construction
and maintenance work plan. Supervises distribution system
studies and analysis. Requires a bachelor’s degree in electrical                          GENERAL UTILITY
engineering, registration as a professional engineer and three
years of advanced level experience.
                                                                    291 UTILITY SERVICE TECHNICIAN
160 ELECTRIC METER TECHNICIAN                                       Responsible for disconnecting, setting, reconnecting, and
Performs technical work involved in the maintenance, repair         exchanging electric and water meters. Disconnects gas meters.
and installation of electric meters, as well as a variety of        Performs gas and water meter loop inspections in preparation
related duties to ensure proper operation of electric meters.       for a meter set.
Typically requires high school graduation or equivalent and
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                  GENERAL UTILITY (continued)
                                                                                    PROTECTIVE SERVICES
** Job description change
292 UTILITY SERVICE SPECIALIST                                    388 KENNEL TECHNICIAN ATTENDANT
At the journey level. is responsible for electric and water       Performs a variety of animal care, custodial, and maintenance
meter maintenance, repair, installs, exchanges, upgrades,         work to provide humane care and treatment of animals in the
disconnects and reconnects. Works under general supervision.      Animal Care Shelter. Assists in the selling and reclaiming of
Typically requires high school education and 2 years              animals. Impounds, inoculates, and euthanizes animals. No
experience.                                                       supervisory responsibilities. Typically requires high school
** Job description change                                         graduation or equivalent, experience in the care and handling
                                                                  of animals, certificate to euthanize animals, and a CDL.
293 UTILITY SERVICE SPECIALIST (SENIOR)
At a senior level, responsible for electric and water meter       165 ANIMAL CONTROL OFFICER
maintenance, repair, installs, exchanges, upgrades, disconnects   Responds to a wide variety of animal related calls. Enforces
and reconnects. Investigate gas leaks and carbon monoxide         municipal/state animal ordinance. Issues citations for
issues. Typically requires high school education and 5 years      violations observed. Responds to complaints and questions
experience.                                                       from the public. May mediate to resolve complaints. May use
                                                                  chemical capture techniques and/or euthanize animals. Non-
294 UTILITY SERVICE SUPERVISOR
                                                                  sworn position; driver’s license required.
Responsible for supervising, scheduling, and assigning the
work of Utility Service Technicians and Specialists. Evaluates    ANIMAL CONTROL MANAGER
and resolves problems, contributes to the development of          Performs administrative and supervisory work in the
training programs, and responds to on-site emergency              enforcement of ordinances and statutes related to the control
situations.                                                       of animals for the Animal Control Section. Typically requires
* New Position                                                    bachelor’s degree in business or public administration or
426 CONTROLS TECHNICIAN                                           related field.
Responsible for intermediate level work in the installation,      104 This Position is a:        First-Line Supervisor
calibration, maintenance, and troubleshooting of electronic       Highest Level Supervised:      Non-Exempt/Non-Supv.
and electromechanical equipment to insure proper operation.                                      Exempt Employees
Troubleshoots and repairs control systems and electrical
power failures. Typically requires high school diploma or         187 This Position is a:        Second-Line Supervisor
GED with 4 years related experience.                              Highest Level Supervised:      First-Line Supervisors
                                                                  174 BOOKING TECHNICIAN
296 UTILITY LOCATOR                                               Performs specialized clerical and law enforcement work in
Locates and marks underground utilities for homeowners,           booking detainees into the detention facility. Determines and
contractors, and other customers as requested.                    applies bonds to charges and processes warrant checks. Relays
* New Position                                                    information on inmates to department personnel, other
427 CONTROL ROOM OPERATOR                                         agencies, courts and the general public. Typically requires
Responsible for monitoring operations on computer control         high school graduation and 2 - 3 years of clerical or computer-
system, troubleshooting control problems and electronic           based data entry experience, preferably in a corrections
failures. Monitors and adjusts computerized combustion            environment.
control equipment. Tracks readings and maintains logs and         * New Position
plant records of plant processes, power produced and used,        429 FINGERPRINT EXAMINER
and fuel consumption. Provides assistance and information to      Reviews arrest reports and fingerprint cards in response to
plant personnel. Typically requires 2 years of plant system       both criminal and civil record requests for consistency,
operation or boiler-turbine operation experience.                 integrity, and positive identification. Operates the Automated
                                                                  Fingerprint Identification System (AFIS) to find potential
299 MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
Performs a wide variety of maintenance activities in the          fingerprint matches. Typically requires high school diploma
support of journey-level skilled maintenance classes.             and 1 year experience processing fingerprint records. Requires
                                                                  working knowledge of the NCIC, CCIC and AFIS computer
256 METER READER                                                  systems, procedures, and regulations.
Responsible for establishing routes and accurately reading
electric, gas, and water readings. Logs meter information for
residences, commercial, and industrial accounts. Maps hard to
locate meters for future reference as necessary. If duties
pertain only to water see Meter Service Worker/Inspector-
Water (268) under the Water/Water Treatment Classification.



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                PROTECTIVE SERVICES (continued)                    194 COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS SPECIALIST
                                                                   Facilitates the review of the cases of convicted adult and
100 EVIDENCE TECHNICIAN                                            juvenile offenders for possible placement in community
Responsible for the receipt, storage, safekeeping, release and     Justice Services facilities. Prepares a variety of reports and
disposal of all property/evidence placed into the custody of the   other documents for use by review board and other agencies in
department. Maintains accurate and complete records of all         the review of offenders' cases. Presents cases and
property and evidence requiring a high level of security and       recommendations to the Board. Notifies appropriate
confidentiality. Maintains a safe and secure environment to        authorities regarding identities of offenders and reviews
ensure property is not lost, contaminated, stolen or damaged.      decisions made by the various boards. Typically requires
Inventories, files and traces all found property cases. Disposes   bachelor's degree in criminal justice, criminology, justice
of property following department guidelines. Transports            services, social sciences or a related field, and 3 - 5 years of
evidence to other laboratories. Testifies in court validating      related experience.
chain of custody of the evidence. Releases evidence to the
public and other law enforcement agencies. In absence of           384 CORRECTIONS/DETENTION OFFICER
laboratory personnel, is required to photograph and fingerprint    Provides security to booking, pod and floor in the jail.
applicants and employees for identification cards. Generally       Responsible for maintaining the health, safety, security and
requires high school diploma or GED. Associates in criminal        welfare of staff, inmates and visitors. Supervises inmate
justice preferred with knowledge of property and evidence as       activities within housing area. Must have strong
related to law enforcement.                                        communication and interpersonal skills. Must have knowledge
                                                                   of laws pertaining to inmates and jails. Typically requires a
111 DETENTION SPECIALIST                                           high school education or equivalent. May or may not be post-
Performs administrative, detention and clerical tasks. Collects    certified.
information, computes statistics and inmate funds, verifies and
maintains official department records. Updates inmate file         118 POLICE COMMUNITY SERVICES OFFICER
data. Involves some direct inmate contact. Takes inmate            Patrols the City, responding to and investigating non-
fingerprints. Assists with inmate visitations, operates jail       emergency calls and complaints involving automobile
security devices controlling inmate movement. Typically            accidents, abandoned and junked automobiles, criminal
requires high school diploma or GED and 2 years of general         trespasses, burglaries, criminal mischief, vandalism, theft,
office work. Experience in law enforcement preferred.              harassment, fraud and forgeries, and driving/traffic
                                                                   complaints. This is a non-sworn police position and does not
151 POLICE RECORDS CLERK                                           carry a gun.
Under general supervision, performs a variety of general
support and records management duties for the Police               119 CRIME & DATA ANALYST
Department. Operates a computer terminal and printer to type,      Researches, complies, and analyzes data such as crime reports,
enter, modify and distribute reports, citations and other          census, economic and demographic information, and data
materials. Assists police officers and the public by providing     from outside agencies to identify and recommend methods to
requested information. Typically requires high school              address criminal activity in the jurisdiction. Provides
graduation or equivalent and a minimum of one year clerical        information to the public and other public agencies. Typically
experience. Must be NCIC certified or ability to become            requires a bachelor’s degree and 3 years of experience.
certified.
                                                                   113 CRIME TECHNICIAN
207    POLICE/SHERIFF RECORDS MANAGER                              Performs a variety of para-professional and professional crime
       (NON-SWORN)                                                 laboratory, forensic analysis duties to establish and identify
Directs and coordinates the Records Division. Directs and          evidence related to crime scenes. Examines crime scenes to
coordinates research and recommends technology upgrades            discover, identify and preserve evidence. Takes photographs
necessary for the department’s records management needs.           and sketches scene data. Collects, classifies, compares and
Develops and administers a disaster recovery plan for Police       identifies fingerprints. Processes evidence for latent
Records. Researches and interprets laws pertaining to records      fingerprints. Appears in court as expert witness. Typically
release. Coordinates the archival and destruction of records.      requires high school diploma or GED, Associates degree
Develops and manages the budget for Police Records. Direct         preferred and 2 years related experience.
supervision of assigned staff. Typically requires a bachelor’s
degree in business administration and 3 years of related           195 CRIMINAL INVESTIGATOR
experience including supervision. Report non-sworn                 Performs original investigative work to support prosecution
employees only.                                                    activities of the District Attorney’s Department. Works closely
                                                                   with prosecutors in preparing criminal actions for courtroom
                                                                   presentation and testifying in court. Typically requires
                                                                   Associates degree in law enforcement or a related field, and 1
                                                                   to 2 years of responsible law enforcement investigative
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                PROTECTIVE SERVICES (continued)                      206 PROBATION OFFICER
                                                                     Under general supervision, supervises and monitors adults and
408 CRIMINALIST (ENTRY)                                              juveniles on probation. Develops and implements treatment
This is a non-sworn position. Performs complex technical             plans. Prepares reports and recommendations for the court.
investigative and criminalistic work for law enforcement.            Typically requires a bachelor’s degree.
Exams physical evidence and performs various tests and
analysis on evidence for latent fingerprints, bloodstain             348 PROBATION SUPERVISOR
patterns, trace evidence, arson residue, drug content, explosive     Supervises, assigns, reviews and participates in the work of
residue, firearms ID/ballistics, handwriting/questioned              staff responsible for providing case management and
document, computer analysis, etc., to develop facts pertinent        investigatory services in the probation program. Ensures work
to criminal investigations. Directs, plans and implements            quality and adherence to established policies and procedures.
crime scene investigations and reconstruction of events at           Responsible for the operation of the volunteers in the
crime scenes, collecting and preserving evidence. Prepares           probation program and the supervision of its participants.
court exhibits and provides testimony. Typically requires a          Typically requires a bachelor’s degree.
bachelor’s degree in forensic science, chemistry, physics or a
                                                                     209 WARRANTS TECHNICIAN
closely related field and less than 2 years experience.
                                                                     Under general supervision, performs a variety of clerical and
196 CRIMINALIST (JOURNEY)                                            data entry tasks in the collection, maintenance and
This is a non-sworn position. Performs complex technical             preservation of criminal justice records. Utilizes computer-
investigative and criminalistic work for law enforcement.            based data entry programs to maintain warrant files. Assists
Exams physical evidence and performs various tests and               the general public, department personnel and other law
analysis on evidence for latent fingerprints, bloodstain             enforcement agency personnel. Performs other general office
patterns, trace evidence, arson residue, drug content, explosive     duties, such as sending and receiving documents, preparing
residue, firearms ID/ballistics, handwriting/questioned              outgoing mail and answering telephones. Reports to a
document, computer analysis, etc., to develop facts pertinent        Warrants Unit Supervisor. Typically requires high school
to criminal investigations. Directs, plans and implements            graduation and 2-3 years of experience in computer-based data
crime scene investigations and reconstruction of events at           entry and clerical work.
crime scenes, collecting and preserving evidence. Prepares
                                                                     210 WARRANTS SUPERVISOR
court exhibits and provides testimony. Typically requires a
                                                                     Under limited supervision, performs supervisory and
bachelor’s degree, certification and 2+ years experience.
                                                                     administrative work in planning, organizing and directing the
375 VICTIM ADVOCATE                                                  activities the Warrants Unit. Supervises assigned personnel,
Assists the coordinator in the daily assignments of the program.     monitoring and resolving law enforcement and public request
Provides crisis intervention and assistance to victims of crime      issues, verifying and correcting computer entries, maintenance
and survivors of victims in order to help victims regain             of warrant documentation and processing of deceased files.
physical and mental well being by means of immediate                 Responsible for personnel administration activities, attending
intervention and advocacy. Assists in preparing and                  various meetings, ordering supplies and resolving equipment
maintaining lists of community resources and makes referrals         problems. Reports to the Detention Division Administrative
to these resources. Assists with filing and statistical systems to   Lieutenant. Typically requires high school graduation and 3-5
ensure that victim information and assistance for periodic           years of experience in records management.
reports of accomplishments. Typically requires bachelor’s
                                                                     341 WILDFIRE MITIGATION SPECIALIST
degree or extensive training and experience with victim issues
                                                                     Plans, coordinates, and implements a Public Awareness and
and the criminal justice system.
                                                                     Education Program for wildfire mitigation techniques,
110 VICTIM ASSISTANCE COORDINATOR                                    including public, industry and interagency presentations,
Develops and coordinates the Victim Assistance Program.              publication and brochure development and media relations.
Supervises victim assistance team, section staff and program         Works with local, state and federal agencies in prescribed fire
volunteers. Prepares and presents in-house and community             activities as a county/city resource. Researches and prepares
education. Acts as a liaison between victims and the criminal        all documentation for possible grant availability. Typically
justice system. Ensures victim’s rights. Prepares monthly and        requires a bachelor’s degree.
annual statistical reports. Make grant/budget recommendations
regarding program. Coordinates recruitment and training of
volunteers. Accompanies victims of crime to court
appearances. Coordinates the on-call crisis intervention
program and implements new procedures to ensure efficiency.
Knowledge of state and federal laws pertaining to victims of
crime. Typically requires bachelor’s degree in human services,
criminal justice or related field and 3 years experience
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                                                                   safety equipment. Operates two-way radio/telephone
                PROTECTIVE SERVICES (continued)
                                                                   communications equipment and other computer terminals.
331 EMERGENCY SERVICES COORDINATOR
Responsible for assisting in the planning, developing, and
implementing the programs and projects of the emergency
management operations. Identifies potential city/county
emergency hazards. Develops and implements appropriate
strategies, training and action plans for incident command
plans and disaster response and recovery. Coordinates and
participates in multi-agency fire/medical incidents. Assists in
the coordination and balancing of emergency management
activities with those of other divisions or departments,
governmental agencies, or community organizations.
Typically requires bachelor’s degree and 3-5 years experience
in emergency service functions. This is a Non Supervisory
position.

112 EMERGENCY SERVICES DIRECTOR -
Supervisor
HIGHEST LEVEL POSITION. This is a supervisory position.
This position is responsible for managing the emergency
management plan and its employees. The department is
responsible for emergency events related to reducing the risk
of injury, loss of life or damage to property or the environment
as a result of natural or human caused events or actions.
Duties include developing the strategic plan and operating
procedures, coordinating issues relating to emergency services
with all county, state and federal agencies, providing on-call
and all-hazard emergency services support to complex or
extended incidents. Position develops and coordinates wild
land fire. Typically has a bachelor’s degree and five year’s
experience in emergency services.
37     EMERGENCY SERVICES DIRECTOR -
Functional
FUNCTIONAL MANAGER. This position is responsible for
managing the emergency management plan. The department is
responsible for emergency events related to reducing the risk
of injury, loss of life or damage to property or the environment
as a result of natural or human caused events or actions.
Duties include developing the strategic plan and operating
procedures, coordinating issues relating to emergency services
with all county, state and federal agencies, providing on-call
and all-hazard emergency services support to complex or
extended incidents. Position develops and coordinates wild
land fire. Typically has a bachelor’s degree and five year’s
experience in emergency services.

409 CALL TAKER
Answers incoming emergency, non-emergency and electronic
911 calls. Receives information from callers, enters relevant
data into computer and transmits information to dispatcher.
May be trained in dispatching and have limited opportunity to
dispatch emergency personnel; however, this is not their
primary responsibility. Operates two-way radios, telephones,
and computers, including computer aided dispatch programs.

169 POLICE/FIRE DISPATCHER (NON-SWORN)
Under general supervision, dispatches emergency police, fire,
EMS, ambulance mobiles and other non-emergency public


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115 DISPATCH SUPERVISOR (NON-SWORN)
First-line supervisor over dispatch employees. Monitors the
handling of emergency calls and compliance with department
policies. Coordinates work schedules. Assumes dispatcher
duties as needed. Reports to higher level Dispatch Manager.
Not a lead worker.

350 COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS TECHNICIAN
Performs analysis, upgrades, modifications, maintenance, and
repair work on electronic and electrical systems including
specialized hardware and firmware. Troubleshoots equipment
operation to isolate problem area. Installs electronic, radio,
and mobile data equipment in vehicles. Typically requires
high school graduation and 3 years experience in maintenance
and repair of communication systems and equipment.

211 COMMUNICATIONS CENTER MANAGER
Responsible for the overall operation of the computer based
911 communications center, including design, configuration
and operation of the E911 CAD system. Second-level
supervisor over shift supervisors. This is a non-sworn position.

170 POLICE OFFICER/SHERIFF DEPUTY
Under supervision, patrols an assigned area to enforce laws
and regulations, prevent crime, and protect life and property.
This is a sworn position, not including corporals, sergeants or
equivalent promotional ranks or cadet ranks. This is a non-
supervisory, post-certified position. Excludes correction/
detention officers and Jail Deputies.

177 POLICE/SHERIFF DEPUTY – Trainee
This is an entry level, nonpost-certified position.

171 POLICE SERGEANT
Under the direction of higher ranking officers, assigns, directs
and supervises the activities of line staff within assigned
division. Inspects equipment and appearance of line personnel.
Disseminates and interprets special orders and information.
Reviews records and reports submitted by line staff for
accuracy and conformance to regulations. Performs
management duties in the absence of a superior officer.
Prepares necessary records and reports. Evaluates line staff.
Typically requires high school diploma or GED and two years
of experience as a certified peace officer.

105 DEPUTY CHIEF/UNDER SHERIFF
Serves as the chief administrative officer of the administration
bureau, comprised of communications, jail, professional
standards, civil and emergency preparedness divisions.
Assumes command of the department only in the absence of
the sheriff/chief. Reports directly to the sheriff/chief.
Administers directives for staff. Responsible for budgeting,
and purchasing in assigned divisions. Responsible for
personnel and employee relations in assigned divisions.
Requires broad working knowledge of law enforcement
management and practices and graduation from an accredited
four-year college. Criminal justice administration degree
preferred.

117 POLICE CHIEF
Top person in Law Enforcement.

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                                                                  variety of statistical and narrative reports relative to division
               PROTECTIVE SERVICES (continued)
                                                                  operations and special assignments. Prepares work scheduling
                                                                  of personnel. High school diploma or GED required; college
106 CHIEF/OPERATIONS
                                                                  course work in police science or related field highly desired.
Serves as chief line officer of the operations bureau. Directs
                                                                  Typically requires two years of experience as a sergeant.
and supervises staff of investigations, patrol, reserves, and
community relations. Administers directives and personnel         109 CORPORAL
and employee relations issues for staff in assigned divisions.    Same as Deputy plus acts as shift supervisor in absence of
Directs and reviews preparation of Operations budget.             sergeant. Performs all duties of sergeant when acting as
Develops, implements and reviews policies and procedures.         sergeant. May be assigned as an investigator responsible for
Communicates and interprets department vision statements.         conducting in-depth inquiries into criminal cases. Requires
Prepares annual budget and allocation of personnel to meet        high school diploma or GED and three years as a peace
staffing requirements. Evaluates and recommends training for      officer.
staff and line personnel. Develops long-range programs to
accomplish department goals and objectives. Reviews job           400 FIRE CHIEF
performance evaluations. Conducts ongoing research of new         This is the top appointed position in the Fire Department.
laws, methods and technological advancements as relates to        Functions as the chief administrative officer and reports
the operation of the division. Reviews, investigates and          directly to the Board of Directors, Mayor, or City Council.
resolves complaints concerning personnel and day-to-day           Responsible for providing administrative leadership to the
operations. Develops and promotes productive working              department and serves as the principal advisor to the Board of
relations with other criminal justice and community agencies.     Directors, Mayor, or City Council regarding the overall
Requires broad working knowledge of federal, state and local      policies, goals and direction for the Department.
laws and regulations in regard to the law enforcement field.
Typically requires a minimum five years experience in middle      332 FIRE BATTALION CHIEF
management for a law enforcement agency and graduation            Responsible for the management of all line personnel on duty
from an accredited four-year college. Criminal justice field      during a given shift making them the Shift Commander.
preferred.                                                        Provides emergency responses to the public by enduring
                                                                  proper selection and training of personnel and the proper
107 CAPTAIN                                                       functioning of equipment. Duties also include responsibilities
Administers directives for staff in assigned division.            for all stations on a given shift as well as completion of special
Responsible for the administration of personnel and employee      projects and functional assignments.
relations in the division. Directs and reviews preparation of
budget. Develops, implements and reviews policies and             333 FIRE CAPTAIN
procedures. Communicates and interprets department vision         Supervises multiple engine companies including day-to-day
statements. Approves and monitors all expenditures for the        management of a fire station and the equipment assigned to
division. Prepares annual budget and allocation of personnel to   that station and commands one company in multi-company
meet staffing requirements. Evaluates and recommends              station on assigned shift.      Responsible for emergency
training for staff and line personnel. Reviews job performance    operations, inspections, staff training, maintenance, and
evaluations. Conducts ongoing research of new laws, methods       administration of station on shift. At emergency incident
and technological advancements as relates to the operation of     scene, coordinates suppression and rescue companies unless
the division. Reviews, investigates and resolves complaints       relieved by higher authority. Positions in fire suppression
concerning personnel and day-to-day operations. Develops          typically work a twenty-four hour shift.
and promotes productive working relations with other criminal
justice and community agencies. Requires broad working            334 OPERATIONS CHIEF
knowledge of federal, state and local laws and regulations in     Serves as a member of the Department’s management team
regard to the law enforcement field. Typically requires six       and is responsible for managing the operations division within
years experience including supervisory experience and             the department. Serves as the primary advisor to the Fire Chief
graduation from an accredited four-year college. Must be          on operational issues within the division. Oversees and
certified intermediate or higher by Colorado POST.                manages fire suppression and operational functions including
                                                                  staffing, training and budgeting, to provide resources to ensure
108 LIEUTENANT                                                    efficient and effective goal fulfillment. May also be called
Performs a variety of technical, administrative and supervisory   Assistant/Deputy Chief.
work within the assigned division. Coordinates and directs the
activities at the rank of sergeant, deputy, detective, and        351 FIRE LIEUTENANT
civilian personnel. Responds to citizen complaints and            This is a first level supervisory position. Supervises a single
determines if further action should be taken. Initiates           company. Duties include supervision of career personnel and
disciplinary action and recommends to supervisor appropriate      volunteers in fire suppression, emergency medical response,
actions as required. Initiates and conducts training/briefing     fire prevention, public education, training and administrative
sessions with supervisory staff and personnel. Prepares and       duties. Positions in fire suppression typically work a twenty-
reviews evaluations. Participates in the development of the       four hour shift.
division budget and new policies and procedures. Prepares a

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               PROTECTIVE SERVICES (continued)                    217 INCOME MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN (ENTRY)
                                                                  Entry level position. Performs technical duties in a training
335 FIRE ENGINEER                                                 capacity and within defined limits, in determining initial and
Functions as a firefighter and performs the following             ongoing eligibility for public assistance programs provided by
additional duties of Engineer. Serves as primary driver           Human Services. Typically requires high school diploma with
operator of fire apparatus, regulates water pressure from         1 year experience working with the public in a public
pumper in accordance with principles of hydraulics, safely        assistance program.
operates aerial devices, positions apparatus in order to gain
safe and expeditious access, raises and climbs ladders, and       218    INCOME MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
uses other related fire equipment and apparatus. Responsible             (JOURNEY)
for routine and minor maintenance of apparatus.                   Highest journey level position, not lead. Performs complex
                                                                  technical duties in determining initial and ongoing eligibility
FIREFIGHTER                                                       for public assistance programs provided by Human Services.
This classification consists of all non-supervisory line          Typically requires high school diploma and 2 years experience
personnel. Incumbents perform tasks necessary to preserve the     working with the public in a public assistance program.
health and safety of the public in fire and non-fire situations
including providing basic life support to patients who are        219   INCOME MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
victims of trauma and medical emergencies. Firefighters                 (SUPERVISOR)
typically work a twenty-four hour shift. (If you only have 2      Supervisory level position. Performs supervisory and highly
levels, report job codes 352 and 355.)                            complex technical duties with responsibility for planning,
                                                                  organizing and directing the work of a unit of Income
352       Firefighter (out of academy)                            Maintenance Technicians. Typically requires high school
353       Firefighter (2nd year)                                  diploma with 5 years experience in a public assistance
354       Firefighter (3rd year)                                  program.
355       Firefighter (4 + years)                                 ** Job title change
PARAMEDIC                                                         220 HUMAN SERVICES INVESTIGATOR
Performs basic to specialized life saving functions including     Journey level position. Performs a variety of complex
triage diagnosis, treatment of patients, communications with      technical investigative duties in preventing, detecting and
local hospitals on advanced treatment for patients,               investigating fraud and ineligibility in Human Services
transportation determination and priority setting for multiple    Assistance Payments programs. Requires a thorough
patient incidents. (If you only have 2 levels, report job codes   understanding of Human Services operations and legal
356 and 359.)                                                     requirements and ability to function with a high degree of
                                                                  independence. Typically requires 2 years of college in the
356       Paramedic (out of academy)
                                                                  criminology field and 2 years investigation experience.
357       Paramedic (2nd year)
358       Paramedic (3rd year)                                    ** Job title change
359       Paramedic (4 + years)                                   221 CASEWORKER (ENTRY)
                                                                  Entry level position. Typically nonexempt. Performs a variety
                                                                  of Human Services professional duties within established
                     HUMAN SERVICES                               guidelines. Areas of involvement may include child abuse and
                                                                  neglect, youth-in-conflict, adults unable to protect their
                                                                  interests, and family resources. Typically required bachelor’s
215 CASE AIDE (ENTRY)                                             degree in human/social science.
Entry level position. Performs routine casework services to
Human Services clients in support of case plans.                  ** Job title change
                                                                  157 CASEWORKER (JOURNEY)
216 CASE AIDE (JOURNEY)                                           Journey level caseworker performing a variety of complex
Journey level position. Performs complex paraprofessional         professional social work duties in a Human Services Program.
casework services to Human Services clients in support of         Includes areas such as child abuse and neglect, youth-in-
case plans. Typically requires high school diploma with 3         conflict, adults unable to protect their own interests,
years of human services experience.                               recruitment and supervision of foster homes, and placement
                                                                  into foster and adoptive homes. Typically requires bachelor’s
381 CASE AIDE SUPERVISOR                                          degree in social work or related field and two years of
Supervises staff that provides support to the intake, ongoing     professional social casework experience.
and permanency sections through utilization reviews,
supervised visitation programs, transportation, child care and
other supportive services as requested. Typically requires
bachelor’s degree and 3-5 years experience.




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                                                                    program delivery and services. Typically requires bachelor’s
                  HUMAN SERVICES (continued)
                                                                    degree in human services and 6-9 years experience.
** Job title change                                                 ** Job description change
254 CASEWORKER (SENIOR/LEAD)                                        385 DEPUTY DIRECTOR OF HUMAN SERVICES
Has ongoing lead work responsibility for professional               Oversees the day-to-day general operations and staff of the
caseworkers or performs specialized complex professional            Human Services. Works with Administrators and Managers to
casework duties involving intensive treatment on a regular          ensure effective communication, allocation of resources and
basis. Typically requires MSW plus experience.                      quality of services provided. Typically requires master’s
** Job title change                                                 degree in social work (MSW) or a master's degree in public
                                                                    administration (MPA) and 5+ years administrative experience
222 CHILD/FAMILY SUPERVISOR
                                                                    in human services.
First-line supervisor. Directly supervises the caseworkers.
Typically requires a bachelor’s degree and 3-5 years                ** Job title and description change
professional social casework experience.                            318 DIRECTOR OF HUMAN SERVICES
                                                                    This is the highest level in human services. Provides
336 CHILD/FAMILY DIVISION MANAGER                                   leadership; plans, organizes, directs, and administers the
Oversees the entire child/family program. Reports to the            programs and services of the Human Services Department.
Director.                                                           Works in cooperation with the State Department of Human
                                                                    Services and Health Care Policy and Financing Department.
255 CASEWORK MANAGER                                                Typically requires master's degree in human/social science,
Second-Line Supervisor. Performs supervisory and highly
                                                                    social work (MSW), public administration or related field and
complex casework duties with responsibility for planning,
                                                                    5+ years of experience in human services programs with 3
organizing and directing the work of one or more unit(s) of
                                                                    years in an administrative role.
Social Caseworkers. Typically requires a bachelor’s degree
and 5 years of professional social casework experience.             401 HEAD START TEACHER
                                                                    Plans and implements instructional and recreational activities
223    CHILD SUPPORT SPECIALIST/LEGAL                               appropriate for the needs and skills of the children for the
       ASSISTANT (ENTRY)                                            Head Start Program. Participates in curriculum design and
Entry level position. Performs duties associated with
                                                                    application. Evaluates each child’s activity, performance,
processing of Child Support payments, enrollment and
                                                                    behavior and development. Screens children in all areas of
monitoring. Typically requires high school diploma and 2
                                                                    development (language, hearing, vision, and diagnostic
years of administrative support experience.
                                                                    screener). Schedules and conducts home visits and
224    CHILD SUPPORT SPECIALIST/LEGAL                               parent/teacher conferences with families, as well as maintains
       ASSISTANT (JOURNEY)                                          on-going contact with parents. Typically requires 2 years
Highest journey level position, not lead. Performs duties           experience in early childhood education and associate’s
associated with processing of Child Support payments,               degree. This is a 12 month position.
enrollment and monitoring. Typically requires high school
                                                                    317 HEAD START ADMINISTRATOR
diploma and 4 years of clerical/office experience.
                                                                    Manages, supervises, and coordinates the programs and
376 CHILD SUPPORT SUPERVISOR                                        activities of the Head Start Program. Typically requires
Oversees a staff responsible for the enforcement of child           bachelor’s degree and 7 years of increasingly responsible
support obligations and the collection of child support             experience in education or human services programs.
payments. Has thorough knowledge of child support rules,
                                                                    363 ASSESSMENT SPECIALIST
regulations, legal statues, the administrative process, and court
                                                                    Conducts screening interviews and completes assessment
rules and procedures as they apply to child support. Develops
                                                                    utilizing a standardized tool. Addresses the needs and barriers
and monitors staff goals. Consults with other units, the State
                                                                    in determining the various resources available through
Child Enforcement office, Family Support Registry and other
                                                                    community partners as well as sponsored programs. Typically
agencies to assure adherence to regulations and standard
                                                                    requires a minimum of an associate’s degree in a related field.
practice.
* New Position
430 COMMUNITY SUPPORT SERVICES MANAGER
                                                                                   HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENT
Directs the Community Support Services Division (CSS) of
the Department of Human Services in medical, financial, and         ** Job title change
food assistance. Reviews plans and program design for               225 PUBLIC HEALTH NURSE I
projects to ensure they meet federal, state legal requirements,     Entry level position. Performs limited and well-defined public
and county policy specifications. Assists in budgeting, and         health nursing duties under close supervision. Typically
setting goals and objectives. Recommends short and long             requires bachelor’s degree in Nursing and up to one year of
range planning for the Division. Investigates and resolves          public health nursing experience.
customer and public relation problems between the County,
individual citizens, and other service groups regarding
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             HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENT (continued)                    232 ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH SUPERVISOR
                                                                   Professional level position. Supervises a section of
** Job title change                                                environmental health (i.e., water quality, restaurant inspection,
                                                                   air quality). Directs and evaluates the work of specialists.
226 PUBLIC HEALTH NURSE II
                                                                   Develops and recommends policies and procedures. Reports to
Journey level position. Performs public health nursing duties
                                                                   the director of Environmental Health. Typically requires a
with a high degree of independence. Promotes and maintains
                                                                   bachelor’s degree in environmental health or related field and
health through teaching, counseling, assessment and
                                                                   4 years related experience, including supervisory duties.
appropriate preventive and rehabilitative measures. Typically
requires a bachelor’s degree in Nursing and 2 years experience     233 DEPUTY REGISTRAR
in public health nursing.                                          Journey level position. Performs vital statistics documents and
                                                                   responds to public inquiries regarding vital statistics
** Job title change
                                                                   procedures. Typically required high school graduation and 2
227 PUBLIC HEALTH NURSE III                                        years related experience.
Professional level position. Performs specialized and highly
complex public health nursing duties. May be the only nurse        234 ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH TECHNICIAN
handling a particular function and, therefore, expected to be      Journey level position. Performs paraprofessional and
expert in the area. May have administrative responsibility for a   technical environmental health work such as routine
small program. Typically requires a bachelor’s degree in           investigation of environmental health conditions. Typically
Nursing and 4 years related professional experience in public      requires high school graduation and 2 years related
health nursing.                                                    experience.

228 NURSING SUPERVISOR                                             ** Job title and description change
Professional    level   position.    Performs   supervisory/       235 CASE MANAGER (PUBLIC HEALTH)
administrative duties. Develops and monitors budgets,              Journey level position. Monitors the Healthy Communities
collaborates and works closely with other programs and             program (previously EPSDT). Provides information to clients
community agencies. May have responsibility for multiple           and tracks case information. Typically requires high school
programs. Typically requires a bachelor’s degree in Nursing        graduation and 2 years clerical experience.
(master’s preferred) and 5 years public health experience,
including supervisory duties and program management.               236 NUTRITIONIST
                                                                   Journey level position. Provides nutritional counseling to
229 ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH SPECIALIST I                              clients. Evaluates education materials concerning nutrition and
Entry level position. Under close supervision, performs            provides nutrition education to WIC clerks. Typically requires
limited and well-defined inspections and investigations of         a bachelor’s degree in nutrition and 2 years experience as a
water, food, wastewater, solid waste, air quality, zoonotic        Nutritionist.
disease, emergency response, and public nuisance to ensure
compliance with local and state health and safety codes.           237 WIC (Women, Infant & Child) EDUCATOR
Typically requires bachelor’s degree in environmental health       Journey level position. Provides nutrition information to WIC
or related field and up to one year related professional           clients. Typically requires high school graduation and 2 years
experience.                                                        related experience.
230 ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH SPECIALIST II                             238 HEALTH EDUCATOR
Journey level position. Performs professional environmental        Journey level and professional position. Assesses community
health duties, which may include: inspections and                  needs and develops educational approaches to address public
investigations of water, food, wastewater, solid waste, air        health issues. Conducts educational programs and is a resource
quality, zoonotic disease, emergency response, and public          on assigned topics. Works with other agencies to provide
nuisance, with a high degree of independence. Performs             services. Typically requires a bachelor’s degree in health
technical investigations. Interprets and enforces regulations.     education and 2 years related professional experience.
Typically requires a bachelor’s degree in environmental health
and 2 years experience related professional experience.            239 SUBSTANCE ABUSE COUNSELOR II
                                                                   Journey level and professional position. Performs intake
231 ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH SPECIALIST III                            evaluations. Facilitates group, marital and family counseling.
Professional level position. Performs specialized and highly       Provides education to the community and clients. May
complex professional environmental health duties, which may        conduct psychological testing. Typically requires a master’s
include: inspections and investigations of water, food,            degree in counseling or related field plus 2 years professional
wastewater, solid waste, air quality, zoonotic disease,            counseling experience and CACII certification.
emergency response, and public nuisance. May be the only
specialist working on a particular function or may have
administrative responsibility for a small program. Typically
requires a bachelor’s degree in environmental health or related
field and 4 years related professional experience.

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                                                                    nursing and 6-9 years progressively responsible experience in
             HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENT (continued)
                                                                    public health, including considerable supervisory experience.
* New Position
                                                                    246    DIRECTOR OF ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH
431 WIC (Women, Infant & Child) NUTRITION                                  SERVICES
      SUPERVISOR                                                    Performs specialized administrative, technical, professional
Professional level position. Supervises multiple nutrition and      and supervisory work in directing the operations of the
WIC field clinics and programs. Develops and implements             Environmental Health Services programs. Typically requires
related policies and procedures for nutrition programs.             master’s degree in environmental health sciences, public
Evaluates community-based health promotion, disease                 health, or public administration with 6-9 years of
prevention, and food and nutrition programs. Assists in             progressively responsible experience in public health,
preparing division budget and monitors expenses. Typically          including considerable supervisory experience.
requires a bachelor’s degree and 5 years public health
experience. Registered dietician. If position is responsible for    247 PUBLIC HEALTH ADMINISTRATOR
all WIC operations, see WIC Program Manager/Nutrition               Under limited supervision, serves as administrative head of the
Manager (241).                                                      Health Department. Typically requires master’s degree in
                                                                    public health, public health administration or a related field
** Job description change                                           with 6-9 years of progressively responsible experience in
241 WIC (Women, Infant & Child) PROGRAM                             public health administration and/or medical training. May be
      MANAGER/NUTRITION MANAGER                                     required to have current Colorado medical license.
Professional level position. Manages WIC operations,
nutrition services, health promotions and budget. Monitors
federal, state, local regulations, WIC R.C.S., educators,                        PARKS & RECREATION - General
clerical and supervisory staff. Typically requires a bachelor’s,
registered dietician, master’s or master’s of public health and
                                                                    01 EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR – Parks & Recreation
5 years public health experience, including supervisory duties
                                                                    This is the top position/CEO in a Park District. Directs the
and program management. If responsibility is for nutrition
                                                                    development and implementation of long and short-range
only, see WIC Nutrition Supervisor (431).
                                                                    strategic objectives, operating business plans, policies, budgets
242 NURSE PRACTITIONER                                              and programs for the Parks & Recreation district/division.
Professional level position. Performs physical assessments,
                                                                    02   DIRECTOR OF PARKS & RECREATION –
diagnosis and treatment under protocol for clients. Refers
                                                                         Department Head
clients and maintains client records, usually in a clinical
                                                                    This is the highest level in a public parks and recreation
setting. Typically requires a bachelor’s degree in Nursing
                                                                    department. Typically reports to City or County Manager.
(master’s preferred), completed a recognized practitioner’s
program and 5 years clinical experience.                            212    DIRECTOR OF HUMAN AND CULTURAL
                                                                           SERVICES
243 EPIDEMIOLOGIST
                                                                    Directs, administers, and manages the leisure activities which
Performs advanced research and evaluation work for various
                                                                    may include the Cultural, Library, and Recreational Services
public health programs. Plans and participates in data
                                                                    areas in support of organizational policies, goals, and
collection activities and evaluating health-related information.
                                                                    objectives. Directs short and long range plans. Responsible for
Typically requires master’s degree in epidemiology, public
                                                                    budget. Develops and implements procedures and policies.
health or statistics and 3-5 years experience in health statistic
                                                                    Ensures programs, projects, and operations are carried out in
compilation or public health work.
                                                                    compliance with applicable local, state, and federal regulations
244   DIRECTOR OF ADMINISTRATIVE HEALTH                             and laws. Typically requires bachelor’s degree plus 8-10 years
      SERVICES                                                      experience at senior management level.
Performs specialized administrative, technical, professional        /Technical classification.
and supervisory work in directing the operations of the
                                                                    15 MANAGER OF PLANNING/CONSTRUCTION
Administrative Services division. Typically requires master’s
                                                                    Manages planning and/or construction in a Park & Recreation
degree in public administration, public health administration,
                                                                    District Department. Responsible for the development,
or business administration with 6-9 years progressively
                                                                    coordination, management, administration and planning of
responsible supervisory, budget and personnel administration
                                                                    major projects. Manages capital projects, prepares budgets,
experience.
                                                                    and coordinates the design and construction of such projects.
** Job title and description change                                 For Planners, see the three levels of Planners under
                                                                    Professional
245 DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICES
Performs specialized administrative, technical, professional
and supervisory work in directing the operations of the Public
Health Services programs. Typically requires master’s degree
in nursing, public health, or public administration with BS in

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              PARKS & RECREATION - General (cont)                  90 COOK – Part Time
                                                                   Prepares food and ensures health standards are met.
15 MANAGER OF PLANNING/CONSTRUCTION
Manages planning and/or construction in a Park & Recreation
District Department. Responsible for the development,                            PARKS & RECREATION - Parks
coordination, management, administration and planning of
major projects. Manages capital projects, prepares budgets,        07 MANAGER OF PARKS
and coordinates the design and construction of such projects.      Responsible for the total operation of the Parks Department.
For Planners, see the three levels of Planners under               Formulates, implements, and administers a broad public parks
Professional                                                       program, including parks maintenance, forestry/horticulture,
                                                                   open space maintenance, open space operations, park
03   MANAGER OF OPEN SPACE/NATURAL                                 planning, cemetery, and/or fleet maintenance.
      RESOURCES
Responsible for the total operation of the Open Space              08 SUPERVISOR – PARK MAINTENANCE
Program. Develops and implements community open space              Reports to Parks Department Manager. Plans, organizes and
program goals, objectives, policies and priorities. May be         directs day-to-day turf, natural open space, and irrigation
responsible for acquisition of open space, planning, patrol,       maintenance operations. Supervises work of full-time and
construction-trails & facilities, maintenance, and/or              seasonal crews. Typically an exempt position.
application/administration of grants.
                                                                   09 FOREMAN – PARKS
04 OPEN SPACE COORDINATOR                                          This is a non-exempt position. Reports to Supervisor – Parks
Assists in the development and implementation of community         Maintenance. Responsible for supervision and coordination of
open space program goals, objectives, policies and priorities.     seasonal or full-time crews engaged in the operation/
Researches and makes recommendations regarding potential           maintenance/repair of one or more of the following areas:
open space sites.                                                  athletic fields/courts, playgrounds, shelters, trails, turf,
                                                                   irrigation system, and grounds. Typically a working
186 WEED CONTROL SUPERVISOR                                        supervisor.
Develops, implements, maintains and reviews an integrated
weed management program on public and private lands.               32 SUPERVISOR – FORESTRY/HORTICULTURE
Identifies and controls noxious weed infestations. Typically       Reports to Manager of Parks. Schedules, coordinates, and
requires valid driver’s license and herbicide Applicator’s         evaluates projects and personnel associated with
Certification.                                                     comprehensive and progressive urban forestry and horticulture
                                                                   program. Typically requires a degree.
392 WEED CONTROL TECHNICIAN
Responsible for the application of herbicides to control           33 ASSISTANT FORESTER
noxious weed in county, open space and right of way.               Reports to Forestry/Horticulture Supervisor.       Schedules,
Typically requires valid driver’s license and may require          coordinates, assigns and evaluates projects and personnel
herbicide Applicator’s Certification.                              associated with plant health care, insect and disease control
                                                                   programs, scheduled inspections, and problem diagnosis and
178 IRRIGATION TECHNICIAN                                          treatment.
Oversees, maintains and provides technical support for the
computerized irrigation controller system for parks, athletic      11 SENIOR PARK RANGER
fields, golf courses and/or landscape medians to ensure the        Responsible for managing and supervising the park ranger
most efficient use of water resources and staff.                   program and general park maintenance. Supervises and
                                                                   participates in resource management, activities, fieldwork,
120 LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT                                            inspections, and patrols. Acts as liaison to public and visitors.
Provides landscape architectural planning, design and              Typically requires an associate’s degree or higher.
construction administration, including site development
related to capital projects, review of plans and specifications,   12 PARK RANGER – Full Time
and making recommendations related to landscape                    Responsible for work in wildlife management, environmental
construction to private developers. Requires a bachelor’s          education, public relations, enforcement of District’s parks
degree in landscape architecture or related field, and 3 years     rules and regulations and maintenance as required.
experience in landscape architectural design. Requires a
license in landscape or architecture. This is a non-supervisory    389 PARK RANGER – Seasonal
position.                                                          Responsible for work in wildlife management, environmental
                                                                   education, public relations, enforcement of District’s parks
57 BUS DRIVER – Part Time                                          rules and regulations and maintenance as required.
Drives 15-passenger vans and busses. CDL’s required in
some instances but not necessary for van drivers. Daytime and
weekend work. Drives seniors to the mountains and other
locations. Transports disabled to various locations.

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              PARKS & RECREATION - Parks (cont)                    Level II: Management
                                                                   18 MANAGER OF RECREATION SERVICES/
** Job description change                                                PROGRAMS
71 RESOURCE SPECIALIST                                             Responsible for formulating, implementing and administering
Plans, administers and participates in resource management         a broad public recreation program including, sports and
and facility development of park and open space areas. Assists     athletics, child care and youth services, adult and senior
with plan development, outreach and education, grants              recreation programming, cultural arts, ADA and other
preparation, project development, and administration. Prepares     recreation functions. Typically reports to the highest level
and maintains records, reports, plans, and resource inventories.   Recreation position.
Trains, supervises and reviews work of volunteers and special
groups working with the park. Typically requires a bachelor’s      Level II: Management
degree in biology, zoology, botany, or resource management         19 MANAGER OF RECREATION FACILITIES
and 2 years experience.                                                 OPERATIONS
                                                                   Responsible for the direction of the recreation and facility
** Job description change                                          scheduling and maintenance, aquatics, and fitness facility.
72 EDUCATION SPECIALIST                                            Reports to the highest level Recreation position.
Develops, implements, and conducts programs in the natural
sciences emphasizing the fields of zoology, botany, and            Level III: Supervisor
natural history. Develops curriculum guides, educational           RECREATION SUPERVISOR – FACILITY
materials and resource guides for use by paid and volunteer        Responsible for the smooth operation of the recreation center.
staff when planning and conducting outreach educational            Supervises full-time and part-time staff. May coordinate
activities for the public within the park. May supervise           fitness, recreational and center programming, and maintenance
volunteers and/or part-time staff. Typically requires bachelor’s   to ensure proper upkeep of one or more facilities. Prepares
degree in biological sciences, natural resources, education,       budget.
interpretation or a related field.                                 123       Responsible for one facility.
64   PARKS MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN (ENTRY) –                        21        Responsible for multiple facilities.
      Full Time                                                    Level IV: Coordinator
Under direct supervision, performs maintenance technician
duties at the entry level.                                         ** Job description change
                                                                   20 ASSISTANT RECREATION SUPERVISOR–
36    PARKS MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN                                        FACILITIES
      (INTERMEDIATE) – Full Time                                   Reports to the Supervisor/Manager. Responsible for
Under general supervision, is responsible for acquiring and        supervising and scheduling front desk staff, hiring and training
performing various skills associated with accepted                 staff, scheduling of the facility and possibly a pool. Assists
maintenance practices for one or more of the following areas:      with special events. If position is responsible for front desk
turf, grounds, trails, irrigation system, parking lots, and        only, see Recreation Center Front Desk Supervisor (27).
landscape planting and maintenance.
                                                                   ** Job description change
39     PARKS MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN                                27 RECREATION CENTER FRONT DESK
       (SENIOR/LEAD) – Full Time                                         SUPERVISOR
Reports to Foreman. Functions as a lead and is responsible for     Responsible for all operations, policies and procedures for
accomplishing various skilled tasks associated with one or         recreation facility front desk. Supervises other front desk
more of the following: maintenance of athletic fields/courts,      receptionists. Meets and handles customer relations. If position
trails, natural open space areas, turf management, landscape       is also responsible for programs, see Assistant Recreation
maintenance, and parking lots. This is a nonexempt position.       Supervisor-Facilities (20).

                                                                   Level III: Supervisor
           PARKS & RECREATION - Recreation
                                                                   25 RECREATION SUPERVISOR – PROGRAMS
                                                                   Responsible for one or more of the following; cultural arts,
For the hirearchy of Recreation positions in this                  children’s programs, adult special interest activities,
             survey, please see page 30.                           therapeutic recreation, senior programs, fitness & wellness,
                                                                   outdoor recreation and environmental education.

Level I: Executive/Top Management
121 MANAGER OF RECREATION
Responsible for the overall recreation programs and facilities.
This is the highest level recreation position.



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            PARKS & RECREATION - Recreation (cont)                 Level IV: Coordinator
                                                                   49 COORDINATOR – ATHLETICS
Level IV: Coordinator                                              Reports to Athletics Supervisor. Responsible for planning,
05 GENERAL RECREATION COORDINATOR –                                organizing, promoting, and supervision of programs. Active
      PROGRAMS                                                     in fundraising for tournaments and special events. Trains,
Under the direction of the Recreation Supervisor, assists in       assigns and evaluates instructors, coaches, part-time staff, and
select phases of recreation programs and/or facility operations.   officials.
These may include program development, implementation and
evaluation; facility custodial and maintenance operations; staff   50 ATHLETICS ASSISTANT – Full Time
recruitment, development and supervision. Also see                 Reports to Recreation Coordinator. Responsible for assisting
Recreation Supervisor Programs (25).                               in planning, organizing, promoting and supervising athletic
                                                                   programs.
Level IV: Coordinator
                                                                   96 SCOREKEEPER – Part Time
23 COORDINATOR – CULTURAL ARTS                                     Sets up all equipment needed for the game. Keeps score, time
Reports to Recreation Supervisor. Responsible for overall          and penalties as needed. Puts away all equipment.
development, management, and evaluation of cultural arts
programs: dance, theatre, visual arts, drama, music, and dance     97 SPORTS OFFICIAL ADULT – Part Time
fitness. Supervises part-time staff.                               Officiates adult games. Must have an excellent knowledge of
                                                                   the rules and the ability to communicate with people of all
Level IV: Coordinator                                              ages. Typically a certified official in the sport they officiate.
24 COORDINATOR – INDIVIDUALS WITH
      DISABILITIES                                                 393 SPORTS OFFICIAL YOUTH – Part Time
Reports to Recreation Supervisor. Responsible for working          Officiates youth games. Must have an excellent knowledge of
with individuals with disabilities to provide and promote          the rules and the ability to communicate with people of all
recreation opportunities.                                          ages. Typically a certified official in the sport they officiate.

Level IV: Coordinator
26 COORDINATOR – SENIOR PROGRAMS                                          PARKS & RECREATION - Instructor/Coach
Reports to Recreation Supervisor. Responsible for planning
recreation, sport, fitness, special events, classes and            95 CULTURAL ARTS INSTRUCTOR – Part Time
workshops for senior citizens.                                     Plans and teaches a cultural arts program. Includes
                                                                   photography, clay arts, music, fly fishing, etc.
61 CUSTOMER SERVICE SPECIALIST – Full Time
Manages incoming phone calls, greets and directs walk-in           45    GYMNASTICS/TUMBLING INSTRUCTOR –
customers, processes class registrations, and provides general           Part Time
clerical and office administration. May include cashier duties.    Instructs age groups 3-17 years in beginning through advanced
                                                                   levels on all apparatus.
59 CUSTOMER SERVICE SPECIALIST – Part Time
Manages incoming phone calls, greets and directs walk-in           46 GYMNASTICS COACH – Part Time
customers, processes class registrations, and provides general     Trains gymnasts in optional and compulsory (U.S.G.F. and
clerical and office administration. May include cashier duties.    C.A.R.A.) routines for recreational competition. Must be able
                                                                   to demonstrate skills and communicate well with children and
62 REGISTRATION SPECIALIST                                         parents. Administers paperwork and meets preparation work.
Coordinates and processes District’s class registrations.
Primary responsibility for ensuring and maintaining an             47 GYMNASTICS ASSISTANT – Part Time
accurate and proficient class registration system.                 Reports to Gymnastics Recreation Coordinator. Responsible
                                                                   for assisting in planning, organizing, training, and promoting
98 CASHIER – Part Time                                             gymnastics program. Also assists in coordinating classes and
Responsible for collecting, recording and safekeeping of           instructors.
monies taken in at various facilities.
                                                                   94 DANCE INSTRUCTOR – Part Time
Level III: Supervisor                                              Plans and teaches dance for all ages.
48 SUPERVISOR, ATHLETICS
Reports to Department Manager. Responsible for operation of        54 TENNIS INSTRUCTOR – Part Time
athletics division, planning and directing, and evaluation of      Teaches classes. Must have knowledge of all skills and be
programs including leagues, tournaments, and instructional         able to pass on that knowledge to students. Must be familiar
programs. Hires, trains, evaluates and oversees full- and part-    with products sold in pro shop. Two to three years teaching
time staff.                                                        experience desired.



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          PARKS & RECREATION – Instructor/Coach (cont)
                                                                                 PARKS & RECREATION - Pool
56 ART INSTRUCTOR – Part Time
Instructs art classes; must have knowledge of all skills and be    Level III: Supervisor
able to pass on knowledge to students. Two to three years of
teaching experience desired.                                       53 AQUATICS MANAGER
                                                                   Supervises all aquatic areas and Pool Supervisor. Oversees all
58 COACH – Part Time                                               aquatic programs, including instructional swim, staff hiring
Required to attend a coaches’ training clinic. Teaches             and scheduling, special event coordination, and pool
fundamental skills and rules of games as well as teamwork          maintenance. Assists in operation and staffing of outdoor pool,
and sportsmanship.                                                 including coordinating programs.

65 PERSONAL TRAINER – Part Time                                    Level IV: Coordinator
Provides a safe and effective exercise program that meets the      51 POOL SUPERVISOR – YEAR ROUND - Full Time
client’s fitness goals. Performs baseline tests. Maintains         Reports to Aquatics Manager. Responsible for entire operation
current and accurate client files. Typically requires degree in    of pool/facility, hiring, scheduling and training. Must possess
exercise physiology or certification.                              current WSI, First Aid and CPR certifications. Three years of
                                                                   experience at pool with one year of supervisory
** Job description change                                          responsibilities. Lifeguard training desired. May also be called
60 FITNESS COORDINATOR – Part Time                                 Indoor Pool Manager.
Supervises and coordinates classes and instructors, training for
aerobics, specialty classes and aqua fitness.                      Level IV: Coordinator
                                                                   410 POOL SUPERVISOR – SEASONAL
** Job title and description change                                Reports to Aquatics Manager. Responsible for entire operation
 81 FITNESS INSTRUCTOR (NON-CERTIFIED) -                           of pool/facility, scheduling and training. Must possess current
      Part Time                                                    WSI, First Aid and CPR certifications. Three years of
Instructs and conducts scheduled fitness workouts at various       experience at pool with one year of supervisory
levels and capacities on a regular basis. Maintains class          responsibilities. Lifeguard training desired. May also be called
participation records as required. Enforces organization           Outdoor Pool Manager.
regulations as required.
                                                                   38     POOL MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
* New Position                                                     Under general supervision, performs standard performance,
                                                                   semi-skilled work in the operation of swimming/therapy pools
433 FITNESS INSTRUCTOR (CERTIFIED) - Part Time
                                                                   including maintaining, repairing, and replacing mechanical,
This is a certified instructor. Instructs and conducts scheduled
                                                                   chemical, or hardware. Inspects pools to ensure safety and
fitness workouts at various levels and capacities on a regular
                                                                   appropriate appearances. Prepares outdoor pools and pool
basis. Maintains class participation records as required.
                                                                   buildings for summer operation and winter shutdown. Handles
Enforces organization regulations as required.
                                                                   hazardous chemicals such as chlorine and bromine for pool set
69 YOGA INSTRUCTOR – Part Time                                     ups. Repairs and replaces defective electrical parts such as
Instructs yoga classes; must have knowledge of skill and be        wiring, fuses, outlets, switches, breakers, and sensors.
able to pass on knowledge to students.                             Oversees and trains pool staff in regard to mechanical and
                                                                   chemical operation of pools. Coordinates activities of
** Job description change                                          contractors hired for pool projects. Maintains records and
                                                                   prepares reports. Typically requires high school diploma or
99 PILATES INSTRUCTOR – Part Time
                                                                   GED and 2 years experience in construction, mechanical,
Instructs Pilates for various ages and skill levels. Requires
                                                                   chemical, and building maintenance. Must be a certified Pool
certification and CPR.
                                                                   Operator.
122 MASSAGE THERAPIST – Part Time
                                                                   52 SWIM INSTRUCTOR – Part Time
Provides guests with a variety of therapeutic massages.
                                                                   Responsible for safety of patrons and instruction of assigned
                                                                   swim classes. Must have current WSI and CPR and First Aid
                                                                   certificates. Also requires Lifeguard and/or Basic Life
                                                                   guarding.

                                                                   ** New Position
                                                                   432 PRIVATE SWIM INSTRUCTOR – Part Time
                                                                   Responsible for safety of patrons and instruction of private
                                                                   swim lessons. Must have current WSI and CPR and First Aid
                                                                   certificates. Also requires Lifeguard and/or Basic Life
                                                                   guarding.


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              PARKS & RECREATION – Pool (cont)
                                                                              PARKS & RECREATION - Ice Arena
394 LIFEGUARD - HEAD/LEAD
Responsible for maintaining daily operations of pool(s)           297     ICE ARENA MANAGER / RECREATION
including monitoring staff and patrons to ensure optimum                  SUPERVISOR I
safety and accident prevention.     May work under the            Responsible for the planning, organizing, scheduling,
supervision of Aquatic Manager or Pool Supervisor. May            promoting, maintenance, and direct supervision of the Ice
establish Lifeguard rotation and breaks. Must have current        Arena and a variety of ice skating programs to meet the
certificates in CPR and First Aid Training.       Requires        recreation and competitive needs of the community.
Lifeguard training and may be responsible for routine pool        Responsible for all full and part-time and contractual staff
maintenance.                                                      working at the Ice Arena. Thorough knowledge of all aspects
                                                                  of a community ice skating program including operation,
80 LIFEGUARD – Part Time
                                                                  maintenance, and programming. Knowledge of emergency
Responsible for lives and safety of patrons. Must have current
                                                                  first aid procedures. Typically requires 3 years experience at a
certificates in CPR and First Aid Training.          Requires
                                                                  full service Ice Arena or a combination of education and
Lifeguard training and/or Basic Lifeguarding.
                                                                  experience.

              PARKS & RECREATION - Golf                           298     ICE ARENA ASSISTANT                  MANAGER /
                                                                          RECREATION COORDINATOR
                                                                  Responsible primarily during normal business hours, for duty
28 MANAGER OF GOLF                                                as the Ice Arena Assistant Manager including overall
Manages all aspects related to golf activity and facilities       operation of the ice arena: facility scheduling, mechanical
including golf course maintenance, pro shop operations, and       maintenance, custodial care, customer service and supervision
food and beverage operations.                                     of the staff, to ensure the proper operation of the facility and
                                                                  its programs. Includes but is not limited to hiring
63 GOLF COURSE SUPERINTENDENT                                     recommendations, supervision, training, monitoring and
Oversees maintenance of one or multiple golf courses.             performance evaluation of the arena’s part-time staff.
Typically reports to Manager of Golf.                             Schedules, assigns and supervises the work of the community
                                                                  service personnel. Typically requires high school diploma or
67 HEAD GOLF PROFESSIONAL                                         equivalent and 2 years experience in an ice arena or recreation
Provides leadership and supervision of the golf instructional     facility as a supervisor.
programs. Assists Manager of Golf in overall operation of
course, pro shop, driving range, and junior golf instructional    82 DIRECTOR OF FIGURE SKATING
program.                                                          Responsible for administrating the activities of the Figure
                                                                  Skating Program at the Ice Arena. Responsible for managing
68 ASSISTANT GOLF PROFESSIONAL – Full Time                        all skating instructional programs and skating coaches.
Provides assistance to the Golf Professional in the supervision   Requires membership in the PSA and Master rating from
of the golf instructional programs. Assists Manager of Golf in    Professional Skaters Association (PSA).
overall operation of the course, driving range, and pro shop.
                                                                  83    ADULT HOCKEY COORDINATOR /
29 SUPERVISOR – GOLF COURSE MAINTENANCE                                 MANAGER ON DUTY (MOD)
Reports to Golf Course Superintendent. Responsible for golf       Responsible for cohesive operation and ice maintenance on a
maintenance and preparation for play. Supervises the              daily (nightly) basis. Develops, maintains and runs all aspects
maintenance staff for the course.                                 of Adult Recreational Hockey (AAHL) including promotion,
                                                                  scheduling, registration, tournaments, and clinics. Typically
30 MAINTENANCE SPECIALIST - GOLF – Full Time
                                                                  requires associate degree or equivalent.
Reports to Golf Course Maintenance Supervisor. Responsible
for accomplishing various skilled and unskilled labor tasks       84    ICE MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN – Full Time/
associated with turf grass maintenance and golf course                  Part Time
maintenance.                                                      Responsible for upkeep and maintenance of ice rink surfaces
                                                                  and surrounding facilities (player benches, locker rooms,
31 MECHANIC - GOLF – Full Time
                                                                  Zamboni garages, walkways, glass, boards, etc.) while
Reports to Golf Superintendent. Responsible for preventative
                                                                  keeping events on time according to the ice events schedule.
mechanical repairs on variety of gasoline and diesel powered
                                                                  May also have opening or closing responsibilities. Typically
equipment as well as specialized golf course equipment.
                                                                  requires high school diploma or equivalent and 6 months
                                                                  experience in Ice rink related work or 1 year experience in
                                                                  maintenance work. Requires valid driver’s license and clean
                                                                  driving record.




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                                                                 295 PRESCHOOL DIRECTOR
          PARKS & RECREATION - Child Care                        Responsible for the planning, development, implementation,
                                                                 supervision and evaluation of        the preschool program.
                                                                 Provides leadership, guidance, team development, customer
13 CHILD CARE DIRECTOR                                           service and support to staff and participants of the program
Responsible for the planning, development, implementation,       and facility. Typically requires bachelor’s degree and
supervision and evaluation of children’s programs within a       minimum 2-3 years experience in a formal preschool
child care center. Provides leadership, guidance, team           curriculum. Requires state licensing in accordance with State
development, customer service and support to staff and
                                                                 Licensing Child Care regulations.
participants of the program and facility. Typically requires
bachelor’s degree and minimum 2-3 years experience in child      377 PRESCHOOL AIDE
care management. Requires state licensing in accordance with     Responsible for assisting with early childhood education and
State Licensing Child Care regulations.                          socialization skills for children 2-1/2 to 5 years old. Works in
                                                                 partnership with other employees, departments/divisions,
89 CHILD CARE WORKER – Full Time                                 agencies and the public in delivering effective and innovative
Works directly with children and families of the Children’s      services. Typically requires high school education and current
Program on a daily basis. Develops, implements, and
                                                                 and valid First Aid/CPR Certification.
evaluates a safe recreational and educational based program
appropriate for the developmental needs of children. This may    378 LICENSED PRESCHOOL SPECIALIST
include Day Camp Workers. Does not include Drop-Off              Responsible for implementing an early childhood education
Childcare.                                                       program to children ranging from 2 ½ to 7 years of age.
                                                                 Provides a creative learning environment, prepares program
06 CHILD CARE WORKER – Part Time                                 activities and creates age appropriate lesson plans and assists
Works directly with children and families of the Children’s
                                                                 children in socialization and learning skills. Provides feedback
Program on a daily basis. Develops, implements, and              to the parents. Assists in maintaining children’s files and
evaluates a safe recreational and educational based program      complies with State Licensing Child Care regulations
appropriate for the developmental needs of children. This may    including completing appropriate paperwork. Requires
include Day Camp Workers. Does not include Drop-Off              associate’s degree in early childhood education, child
Childcare.                                                       development or related field and 1 year experience.
342 DROP IN CHILD CARE WORKER
Works directly with children on an hourly basis while families
are utilizing facility. Contacts family when assistance is
needed.




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                LEVELS OF RECREATION POSITIONS IN SURVEY

          Level I: Executive/     Survey Job Code/Title
           Top Management         121     Manager of Recreation


          Level II: Management    Survey Job Code/Title
                                  18     Manager of Recreation Services/Programs
                                  19     Manager of Recreation Facilities Operations


          Level III: Supervisor   Survey Job Code/Title
                                  25     Recreation Supervisor – Programs
                                  123    Recreation Supervisor – Over one facility
                                  21     Recreation Supervisor – Over multiple facilities
                                  48     Supervisor, Athletics
                                  53     Aquatics Manager


          Level IV: Coordinator   Survey Job Code/Title
                                  5      General Recreation Coordinator – Programs
                                  23     Coordinator – Cultural Art
                                  24     Coordinator – Individuals With Disabilities
                                  26     Coordinator – Senior Programs
                                  49     Coordinator – Athletics
                                  51     Pool Supervisor – Year Round– Full Time
                                  410    Pool Supervisor – Seasonal – Full Time
                                  20     Assistant Recreation Supervisor – Facilities




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