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					                                                                                                          City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                             Job Description

                                                ACCIDENT RECORDS CLERK
                                                          U11

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs intermediate clerical work reporting, filing, researching traffic crash and accident records and other traffic crash and
accident related data; does related work as required. Work is performed under regular supervision.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Operates crash database information and management system
Operates standard office, data entry, and other office equipment;
Answers telephone, provides information, assists internal staff and public regarding crash data
Handles a variety of information relating to crash data; including copies of reports, copies of intersection crash diagram etc.;
Makes copies of accident and/or crash reports; enters report data into computer;
Prepare simple to intermediate accident statistics, crash diagrams, and report on trends.

RELATED TASKS:

Performs crash and accident history research, compiles, and updates records;
Prepares crash diagrams, crash reports and crash accident statistics
Processes accident reports and answers questions and processes requests for information;
Checks and reviews a variety of accident and crash related data for accuracy and completeness;
Checks and validates accident and crash record entries prior to import in crash database information and management
systems
Prepares, researches and maintains data and records regarding crashes and accidents
Assists in the preparation of periodic and special reports; including Annual Traffic Safety Reports
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

General knowledge of modern record keeping procedures and practices; general knowledge of crash data forms, particularly
Florida short and long crash report form by the Florida DHSMV (Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicle),
terminology and records; general knowledge of department programs, policies and procedures; ability to perform a
considerable volume of detailed record work; ability to maintain files; ability to type accurately at a rate of 30 WPM; ability to
operate general office and data entry equipment; ability to follow written and oral directions; ability to establish and maintain
effective working relationships with associates.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

A high school diploma, GED or equivalent degree, including or supplemented by courses in typing and some
experience in general clerical work.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

None

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Must be able to lift, carry and push articles weighing up to 20 lbs. Must be able to sit for prolonged periods working at a
computer.



MUNICIPAL SERVICES / 44-16
7/07/09
                                                                                                         City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                            Job Description

                                                        ACCOUNTANT
                                                            X32

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs intermediate professional work involving a variety of accounting tasks, maintaining records and preparing complex
financial reports; does related work as required. Work is performed under regular supervision.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Reconciles City's bank accounts;
Reviews various and daily monthly reports that support differences between the City's and bank's entries;
Prepares adjusting entries for corrections to the general ledger, monthly transfers, charges and wire transfers;
Enters adjusting journal entries and cash receipts to general ledger;
Prepares a variety of technical reports and maintains various files, accounts, ledgers, etc. pertaining to City activities
including ROW/CIP transfer, employee/dependent care, and water/sewer accounts receivable;
Prepares quarterly tax returns; prepares various other reports and remits funds held in escrow to various agencies;
Prepares detailed and complex schedules and supporting data for comprehensive annual audit and City and State annual
financial reports, budgeting and year-end closing.

RELATED TASKS:

Helps prepare cash forecast; helps invest idle funds;
Balances open purchase requisition report to ensure agreement between general ledger and purchasing system;
Prepares journal entries relating to payroll transactions;
Handles the process of accounting for all fixed assets; investigates all capital expenditures, gathers pertinent information,
enters fixed asset data into computer system and balances fixed assets reports to general ledger;
Prepares year-end schedules to account for capital expenditures made for construction in progress projects;
Records investment transactions;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

General knowledge of the theory, principles, methods, and practices of accounting; general knowledge of the laws,
ordinances, and regulations governing municipal financial matters; general knowledge of modern office methods, practices,
and equipment; ability to prepare, analyze, and evaluate financial systems; ability to establish and maintain effective working
relationships with associates; ability to express technical ideas effectively, both orally and in writing. Must have ability to
operate a computer and have working knowledge of Excel.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from an accredited college or university with major
course work in accounting and some accounting experience.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of a valid State of Florida Class “E” driver's license.




FINANCIAL SERVICES

Revised 7/28/05
                                                                                                      City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                         Job Description

                                               ACCOUNTING COORDINATOR
                                                         N19

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs intermediate clerical and technical work involving the preparation and maintenance of fiscal and accounting
records; does related work as required. Work is performed under regular supervision.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Posts, checks, balances, reconciles, and adjusts a variety of financial records and accounts relating to accounts payable;
Enters receiving information into system for payment;
Reviews invoices, checks extensions, additions, proper coding, and other pertinent data; processes for payment;
Acts as liaison between Financial Services, purchasing, and vendors regarding payment or other problems;
Prepares purchase requisitions;
Operates typewriter, calculator, computer terminal, and other standard office equipment incident to establishing, updating,
and maintaining records.

RELATED TASKS:

Gathers, assembles, tabulates, checks, and files budgetary and other financial data;
Performs a variety of accounting and bookkeeping tasks relating to accounts payable; tracks contract expiration dates;
Sets up new vendor files; tabulates travel vouchers; sets up new accounts and files; disburses petty cash and prepares
reimbursement sheet;
Sets up files for capital improvement projects; monitors expenditures;
Processes receivers when material is received; releases for payment;
Reconciles a variety of schedules to trial balances; makes journal entries; keeps investment records; balances investment
reconciliation report with general ledger;
Codes receipts and purchase orders for accounting purposes;
Files various fiscal transaction documents;
Searches documents for posting errors;
Collates, sorts, and compiles fiscal data for various monthly, quarterly and annual reports in accordance with procedures;
prepares emergency PO’s
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

Knowledge of bookkeeping terminology, methods, procedures, and equipment; knowledge of standard office procedures,
practices, and equipment; knowledge of accounting principles and related data processing equipment; skill in the use of
computer terminal and word processing equipment; ability to understand and follow oral and written directions; ability to
establish and follow detailed work procedures; ability to post accounts and to perform mathematical computations with speed
and accuracy; skills in the use of a variety of office machines and some typing ability; ability to establish and maintain
effective working relationships with associates.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school supplemented by courses in
accounting or bookkeeping and some experience in general office and accounting work.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Must possess a valid State of Florida Driver’s license.


Financial Services

5/01/03
                                                                                       City of Boca Raton
                                                                                          Job Description

                                         ACCOUNTING MANAGER
                                                 D1

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Perform a high degree of professional work involving a variety of accounting tasks, maintaining records and
preparing complex financial reports; does related work as required. Supervision is exercised over
subordinate accounting professionals. Work is performed under minimal supervision. Position is required to
exercise some initiative and independent judgment in organizing, maintaining and systematically reviewing
financial transaction records.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Responsible for daily accounting functions, including the supervision of accountants and accountant
assistant.
Responsible for the timely preparation, analysis and distribution of monthly financial statements to the City’s
department and division heads.
Significant responsibility in assisting the Deputy Director in the coordination of the annual financial audit
with external auditors.
Significant responsibility in assisting the Deputy Director in the coordination of the preparation of the
Comprehensive Financial Annual Report, Financial Advisory Board report, and other state required filings of
the City’s financial status.
Prepare detailed and complex schedules, charts and supporting data for the City’s comprehensive annual
audit, as well as, State annual financial reports, budgeting, Financial Advisory Board and year-end closing.
Review bank and other Balance Sheet reconciliations prepared by accounting staff.
Review various General Ledger entries prepared by accounting staff.
Assist in the preparation and implementation of departmental policies and programs.
Analyze financial data including revenue trends, expenditures, and water and sewer utilization.
Coordinate the preparation and review of the annual cost allocation of the City’s general services to various
departments.
Review tax returns prepared by accounting staff (sales tax).
Review analysis and reconciliation of posted ad valorem tax revenue compared to County records.
Update the State address database biannually for Communication Service Taxes.
Review and post bi-weekly payroll entries to the General Ledger.
Review Fixed Asset entries, reconciliations and rollforwards.
Review the City’s Capital Recovery Cost reserves for adequacy in meeting planned expenditures.
Assist in the department’s annual budget preparation.


RELATED TASKS:

Ensures proper accounting for fixed assets including construction in process. Ensures proper recording of
fixed assets purchased with bond funds.
Coordinates recording and utilization of bond funds expenditures with Utilities Department personnel.
Prepares a variety of technical reports and schedules pertaining to City activities.
Completes staff performance appraisals, makes employment recommendations.
Backup to the Treasury function, in the absence of the Treasurer.
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

Considerable knowledge of the theory, principles, methods, and practices of accounting; considerable
knowledge of the laws, ordinances, and regulations governing municipal financial matters including
accounting and reporting; ability to review, analyze and interpret fiscal records and to prepare accurate
financial statements; general knowledge of modern office methods, practices, and equipment; ability to
prepare, analyze, and evaluate financial systems; ability to establish and maintain effective working
relationships with associates; ability to express technical ideas effectively, both orally and in writing. Must
have ability to operate a computer and have advanced Excel spreadsheet software skills. One to three
years of supervisory experience.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Requires a Bachelor’s degree in accounting, finance, or related field; supplemented by five years of
progressively responsible accounting experience, preferably in governmental accounting; or an equivalent
                                                                                 City of Boca Raton
                                                                                    Job Description

combination of training and experience that provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities. Some
supervisory/managerial, technical, and planning skills required. CPA /MBA/CGFO preferred.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of a valid State of Florida Class “E” driver's license.




FINANCIAL SERVICES/
Revised 7/28/08 7/28/05 7/5/04
                                                                                                          City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                             Job Description
                                                  ACCOUNTING SPECIALIST
                                                          N19

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs difficult skilled clerical and responsible technical work administering payroll, purchase requisitions, receiver
notifications, personnel requisitions, and related matters; does related work as required. Work is performed under regular
supervision.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Maintains pay, leave, status change, deductions and related payroll records;
Makes changes to payroll file; updates payroll related files;
Prepares payroll records including deduction records and related payroll reports;
Compiles and processes payrolls and deductions;
Prepares bi-weekly payroll for employees; prepares payroll time sheets for signature; distributes paychecks;
Checks time sheets for accuracy, reasonableness and compliance with union contracts, Federal, State and City policies;
makes necessary corrections;
Enters leave and time earned on appropriate forms; transfers payroll exceptions and totals payroll on forms;
Prepares various tax forms relating to payroll matters;
Enters all changes, deductions, insurance, etc. into file through computer;
Tabulates trial balances for payroll; prepares payroll forms and transmits payroll deductions.

RELATED TASKS:

Prepares requisitions, special purchase orders and direct payment vouchers for purchases;
Assists with budget forecasting and preparation as needed;
Acts as backup for secretarial staff as needed with typing, giving information and answering questions on telephone or for
public;
Composes routine correspondence as needed;
Prepares letters for hiring, firing, interview requests, resignations, retirement, reprimand, etc.;
Types employee performance appraisals for the department;
May maintain department employee personnel files;
Checks and verifies items received and processes invoices for payment;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

Thorough knowledge of the payroll system and benefit program administration; thorough knowledge of bookkeeping
terminology and methods; general knowledge of accounting theory and principles and their application to the accounting
transactions; general knowledge of standard office procedures, practices and equipment; skill in the use of data processing
equipment; ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with City officials, associates, and the general
public; ability to follow detailed and written instructions; ability to type accurately at the rate of 40 WPM; must be able to pass
clerical test at time of application; ability to prepare payroll and financial records and reports.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school and considerable experience
involving the maintenance of payroll, financial, or statistical records.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of a valid State of Florida driver’s license.


FIRE/RESCUE SERVICES/25-01
RECREATION SERVICES/61-01
UTILITY SERVICES/42-01

10/10/98
                                                                                                       City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                          Job Description
                                              ACCOUNTS PAYABLE CLERK
                                                        N18

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs intermediate clerical and technical work involving the timely and accurate processing of all non-payroll
disbursements for the City of Boca Raton. Verifies and processes accounts payable, reviews procurement card transactions
and travel reimbursements. Provides information to the public, vendors and City staff and others, which requires the
explanation of City payment and procurement policies, rules or procedures and the use of tact and judgment. Work is
performed under regular supervision.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Processes vendor invoices, customer refunds, employee expenses and contract payments, including verification for
accuracy of transactions and compliance with City policies and procedures, data entry in financial system, and vendor
inquiries.
Matches purchase orders with invoices; Ensures merchandise received and receiver completed electronically before
processing invoice.
Reviews invoices, checks extensions, additions, proper coding, and other pertinent data and processes for payment.
Prepares invoice deductions as necessary.
Analyzes vendor accounts.
Generates expenditure approval listing for weekly check runs.
Prepares account analysis as required.
Sets up new vendor files; reviews and processes travel vouchers; sets up new accounts;
Operates computer terminal posting payables, receivables, and other accounting information.
Codes receipts, invoices, and purchase orders for accounting purposes.
Operates calculator, CRT, personal computer, and other standard office equipment incident to establishing, updating, and
maintaining records.

RELATED TASKS:

Ensures all data is accurate.
Prepares and prints all accounts payable reports.
Maintains all accounts payable files.
Assists in month-end and year-end closings.
Processes Field Purchase Orders.
Processes procurement card payments for all City cardholders.
Reviews and processes all travel authorizations including preparing checks to vendors and employees.
Processes and reconciles engineering and construction pay estimates;
Files various fiscal transaction documents; performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

General knowledge of bookkeeping terminology, methods, procedures, and equipment.
General knowledge of standard office procedures, practices and equipment;
General knowledge of accounting principles skill in the use of CRT;
Ability to establish and follow detailed work procedures; ability to post accounts and perform mathematical computations with
speed and accuracy; skill in the use of a variety of office machines and some typing ability; ability to type accurately at the
rate of 25 WPM; ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with associates. Must have ability to operate
a computer and have working knowledge of Excel.


EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school supplemented by courses in
accounting or bookkeeping and some experience in general office and accounting work. Four years of experience in
processing high volume accounts payable records, municipal experience preferred.




DEVELOPMENT SERVICES/12-14
FINANCIAL SERVICES
                                                                                                          City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                          Job Description

                                             ACCOUNTS PAYABLE MANAGER
                                                              X30
GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs difficult paraprofessional work maintaining a variety of accounting records and preparing financial reports.
Manages, directs, coordinates and participates in the City’s general accounting functions; provides internal accounting and
budgetary controls; coordinates the fiscal year payables closings; provides technical staff assistance to the Deputy Financial
Director; and performs related work as required. Work is performed under general supervision.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Manages the Accounts Payable Department and functions which include: processing of invoices through purchase orders,
Field Purchase Orders, and employee travel vouchers; ensures accurate entry of data into computer system; in addition,
ensures vendors are paid within the terms of the State Statutes.
Reconciles Purchasing/Inventory encumbrance report to the General Ledger GMBA system and investigates and corrects all
discrepancies.
Generates accounting reports to interface all entries from the Purchasing/Inventory software module to the GMBA; edit
reports before updating.
Runs expenditure approval list weekly and ensure check runs are coordinated and submitted to IS Department for printing on
a timely basis;
Train accounts payable staff as new computer applications and enhancements to existing systems become available; follow
up with written procedures as systems are established and utilized;
Processes the reappropriation of encumbrances from the old fiscal year into the new fiscal year; Assists the Budget Analyst
personnel with the encumbrance rollover budget adjustment for the new fiscal year;
Review vendor files and issues 1099-MISC forms to vendors that need to be reported at calendar year-end;
Processes a tax refund monthly for fuel usage; report abandoned property to the State of Florida;
Computation of outstanding checks on a monthly basis;
Generates an adjusting journal to allocate the Risk Management weekly wire transfer for the workers compensation;
Reconciles the administrator for workers compensation on a monthly basis;
Generates a schedule for citywide telecommunication billings to be allocated to all divisions;
Administers the dental and vision payments, citywide copier payments; ICMA loan payments for terminated employees.
Prepares adjusting journal entries to the general ledger to correct A/P expenditures by department that was previously
posted incorrectly.


RELATED TASKS:
Calculate retainage payable for year-end adjustment.
Maintain numerous Excel schedules; Prepares schedules and reconciles A/P for fiscal year-end audit;
Reviews invoices at year end to ensure that all City liabilities are recorded in appropriate fiscal year;
Act as a liaison to other departments regarding expense/accounts payable related items.
Create and maintain efficient and effective policies and procedures pertaining to the Accounts Payable Department to
provide documentation and necessary approval of payments.
Audits City procurement cardholders to ensure compliance with City policies.
Advise City personnel of department policies and procedures relating to the payment of bills and procurement procedures;
Responds to requests for special computer runs;
Acts as back-up person for accounts payable general ledger functions;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

Thorough knowledge of modern municipal accounting principles and practices; thorough knowledge of practices and
methods relating to accounts payable; ability to follow complex oral and written directions and to prepare fiscal reports; ability
to plan and supervise the work of others; skill in the operation of an automated accounting and Financial Services system;
ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with City officials, subordinates, associates, and the general
public.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from an accredited community college with major
course work in accounting or business administration and extensive experience in business or governmental financial
accounting.

FINANCIAL SERVICES/12-14
7/5/04
                                                                                          City of Boca Raton
                                                                                             Job Description

                                          Accreditation Manager
                                                   N32

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs intermediate and proactive work directing and conducting various planning and research activities
within the Police Services Department. Work is performed under supervision of the Commander of Professional
Standards

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
•  Conduct and oversee staff inspections of all divisions
•  Coordinates policies and procedure development and dissemination
•  Provide for the ongoing review and update of Department policies and procedures
•  Develops and maintains a system sufficient to obtain timely information from others which demonstrates
   compliance with established standards and guidelines
•  Research and analyze data, reports findings, and develop recommended solutions and courses of action
   from Department and outside agencies
•  Interacts with and attends meetings involving department units, other city departments and outside
   organizations to achieve desired management objectives
•  Maintain and update all Department forms and reports
•  Develop, revises and maintain Department Policies to maintain State and National Accreditation Standard
   Files
•  Prepare for re-accreditation on-site assessments
•  Conduct periodic roll call and/or in-service training

RELATED TASKS:
•  Maintain and update Job Task Analysis and Job Description Manual
•  Assist in conducting oral boards for sworn applicants
•  Administer the Pre-employment Video Test (B-PAD) to applicants
•  Assist in reviewing and scoring B-PAD results
•  Maintain and review the Unusual Occurrence Manual
•   Perform other functions at the direction of the Chief of Police and supervisor as required

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
The Accreditation Manager will possess extensive knowledge and an overall understanding of all organizational
functions. Must have an understanding of the workings of the following organizations: CALEA - National
Accreditation Standards -- CFA - Florida Accreditation Standards -- agencies rules and regulations manual --
knowledge of department goals, objectives and mission statement; research skills; computer skills, oral and
written skills; and interpersonal skills.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
A minimal of two (2) years college or military experience or four (4) years law enforcement experience is
required. A possession of at least an Associates degree is recommended. Experience in law enforcement
strongly recommended

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:
Work is performed under moderate levels, regularly working with light weight materials and occasionally with
heavy weights. Work performed mainly indoors, with occasional use of motor vehicle.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:
Position requires the possession of a valid Florida Drivers license with no more than 6 points within a 36
month period.

Police Services/22-11
2/28/01
                                                                                                         City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                            Job Description
                                             ACTIVITY LEADER/DIXIE MANOR
                                                         U05

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Leads children’s group activities; does related work as required. Work is performed under immediate supervision.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Leads and directs group activities; maintains order and discipline;
Assists children in development of academic and socialization skills;
Provide homework assistance to children;
Assists in the preparation of a variety of routine reports;
Assists in the collection of children’s fees;
Supervise field trips;
Help children to maintain a clean facility
Performs related tasks as required

RELATED TASKS:

Helps plan weekly activities for children
Maintain good relationship with parents
Makes copies of materials and assembles same for distribution to children;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

General knowledge of active and passive sports and games; general knowledge of child needs; ability to establish and
maintain effective working relationships with children, associates, parents and the general public; ability to understand and
follow oral and written instructions.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school including or supplemented by
experience working with school age children

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Must have a valid Florida Driver’s License. Must be able to obtain a valid State of Florida class “E” driver’s license within one
month of employment.




DEVELOPMENT SERVICES/15-62
2/4/04
                                                                                                   City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                      Job Description

                                                   ACTIVITY LEADER
                                                         U05


GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs responsible clerical work, student supervision, and related tasks in a community school; leads children’s
group activities; does related work as required. Work is performed under immediate supervision.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Leads and directs group activities; maintains order and discipline;
Assists children in development of academic and socialization skills;
Acts as receptionist, answers telephone inquiries about routine procedures and policies; relays and
dispatches messages as required;
Types letters, invoices, reports, permits, requisitions, vouchers, statistical reports, and other material from
rough drafts, or verbal instructions;
Maintains inventories and mailing lists;
Prepares a variety of routine reports;
Collects receipts and processes for reimbursement;
Operates standard office machines, word processing, and data entry equipment.
Sells beach parking permits.

RELATED TASKS:

Computes and extends figures; posts records to accounts;
Maintains files, assembles information from various sources for records and reports;
Collects fees and prepares invoices;
Makes copies of materials and assembles same for staff distribution;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

General knowledge of active and passive sports and games; general knowledge of child needs; general knowledge
of standard office practices, procedures, equipment, and clerical techniques; ability to establish and maintain
effective working relationships with children, associates, and the general public; ability to understand and follow
oral and written instructions.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school including or supplemented
by experience in facilitating youth recreational activities.




RECREATION SERVICES/61-22
DEVELOPMENT SERVICES/15-65


8/11/99
                                                                                                    City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                       Job Description

                                             ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT
                                                       U21

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs difficult skilled clerical and responsible administrative work undertaking a variety of assignments in a
municipal office; does related work as required. Work is performed under general supervision. Supervision may be
exercised over subordinate clerical personnel.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Greets visitors, takes and screens telephone calls and mail directed to the department or agency;
Gives information to the public or directs requests to appropriate person;
Handles a variety of routine administrative or technical department or agency assignments;
Processes all personnel requisitions, status forms, and evaluations, and performs associated clerical and
administrative follow-up activities; prepares payroll;
Transcribes correspondence and memoranda; keeps confidential files.
Helps prepare budget and monitor expenditures; keeps revenue and expenditure records; monitors budget line items;
Prepares payroll and maintains payroll related records and files;
Transcribes correspondence and memoranda;
Composes and types letters, memoranda, reports, and other documents independently from brief instructions in
conformance with policies;
Sets up and maintains filing systems and office procedures;
Types reports and statements; keeps confidential files.

RELATED TASKS:

Obtains price quotations and prepares purchase requisitions;
Handles and processes personnel requisitions and performs associated clerical and administrative follow up
activities;
Makes appointments for the supervisor, other personnel and members of various boards, committees, commissions,
etc.; maintains appointment calendar; makes travel arrangements;
Collects information and prepares a variety of complex reports; maintains various financial records;
Supervises and trains subordinate clerical personnel;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

Thorough knowledge of standard office practices, procedures, equipment and secretarial techniques; thorough
knowledge of department or agency functions, organization and policies; thorough knowledge of business English
and spelling; ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with City officials, associates, and the
general public; ability to organize and perform work independently; ability to lay out and type complex forms and
tables; ability to make difficult arithmetical calculations; ability to type accurately at a rate of 45 WPM; skill in the use
of a variety of standard and automated office equipment.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from an accredited community college with
major course work in office management, secretarial science, or related field and considerable experience in
secretarial work.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of valid State of Florida Driver’s license.

4-19-2006
                                                                                                    City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                       Job Description

                                             ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT
                                                       N21

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs difficult skilled clerical and responsible administrative work undertaking a variety of assignments in a
municipal office; does related work as required. Work is performed under general supervision. Supervision may be
exercised over subordinate clerical personnel.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Greets visitors, takes and screens telephone calls and mail directed to the department or agency;
Gives information to the public or directs requests to appropriate person;
Handles a variety of routine administrative or technical department or agency assignments;
Processes all personnel requisitions, status forms, and evaluations, and performs associated clerical and
administrative follow-up activities; prepares payroll;
Transcribes correspondence and memoranda; keeps confidential files.
Helps prepare budget and monitor expenditures; keeps revenue and expenditure records; monitors budget line items;
Prepares payroll and maintains payroll related records and files;
Transcribes correspondence and memoranda;
Composes and types letters, memoranda, reports, and other documents independently from brief instructions in
conformance with policies;
Sets up and maintains filing systems and office procedures;
Types reports and statements; keeps confidential files.

RELATED TASKS:

Obtains price quotations and prepares purchase requisitions;
Handles and processes personnel requisitions and performs associated clerical and administrative follow up
activities;
Makes appointments for the supervisor, other personnel and members of various boards, committees, commissions,
etc.; maintains appointment calendar; makes travel arrangements;
Collects information and prepares a variety of complex reports; maintains various financial records;
Supervises and trains subordinate clerical personnel;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

Thorough knowledge of standard office practices, procedures, equipment and secretarial techniques; thorough
knowledge of department or agency functions, organization and policies; thorough knowledge of business English
and spelling; ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with City officials, associates, and the
general public; ability to organize and perform work independently; ability to lay out and type complex forms and
tables; ability to make difficult arithmetical calculations; ability to type accurately at a rate of 45 WPM; skill in the use
of a variety of standard and automated office equipment.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from an accredited community college with
major course work in office management, secretarial science, or related field and considerable experience in
secretarial work.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of valid State of Florida Driver’s license.

DEVELOPMENT SERVICES/12-01;
CITY MANAGER/04-11, 04-05, 04-06
DEVELOPMENT SERVICES/15-12
POLICE SERVICES/22-01, 22-13, 22-11
UTILITY SERVICES/42-01, 4436;
MUNICIPAL SERVICES/44-01, 44-14, 44-15
RECREATION SERVICES/61-01, 61-11

4-19-2006
                                                                                                    City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                       Job Description
                                         ADGENDA & RECORDS SPECIALIST
                                                     N19

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs responsible clerical work undertaking a variety of typing, filing, microfilming and related tasks in the City
Clerk’s office; does related work as required. Work is performed under regular supervision.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

Extensive customer contact, answers telephone, acts as receptionist, meets the public and provides routine
information;
Prepares records for microfilming and microfilms records;
Makes copies of materials and assembles same for inclusion in reports, documents, agendas, etc.;
Compiles information from various sources and types on a variety of forms;
Checks and reviews a variety of data for completeness, accuracy, and conformance with established regulations and
procedures; prepares a variety of routine reports;
Maintains office files and keeps records; assembles information from various sources for records and reports;
Checks forms, records, reports, etc. for accuracy;
Operates standard office machines, word processing, and data entry equipment.

RELATED TASKS:

Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND, ABILITIES:

Some knowledge of standard office practices, procedures, equipment, and clerical techniques; some knowledge of
business English, spelling, and arithmetic; ability to type accurately at a rate of 35 WPM; ability to make simple
arithmetical calculations and file alphabetically; ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with
associates and the general public; ability to understand and follow oral and written instructions. Knowledge of
records management procedures preferred.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school, and two years clerical and
public contact experience.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Must be able to move articles weighing up to 40 lbs.



CITY MANAGER/04-05
10/1/02
                                                                                         City of Boca Raton
                                                                                            Job Description
                                   APPRAISER/PROPERTY SPECIALIST
                                                X37


GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs complex professional and difficult technical work in the appraising of real property and negotiations
for acquisition by the City; does related work as required. Work is performed under general supervision.
Supervision is exercised over subordinate technical and clerical personnel.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Handles the processing of special agreements and releases of unity of titles; prepares ordinances and
recommendations for special purpose easements and abandonments;
Acquires private property for public use;
Contacts property owners or their attorneys to explain the City’s Capital Improvement project;
Negotiates settlements, purchases entire properties, relocates businesses when necessary, purchases
small tracts of land for roadway widening projects, secures easement rights, raw water well sites, and right
of entries for the purpose of grading and reconstruction of existing driveways;
Coordinates the procedure necessary to conclude the purchase and acquisition including the preparation of
documents, deeds, partial releases of mortgages, settlement agreements, option agreements, resolutions,
and ordinances;
Cooperates with the City attorney in obtaining suit information for use in preparation of eminent domain
proceedings;
Contacts developers within the City and reserve area to acquire easement over their as-built waste and
sanitary sewer systems that the City is to maintain;
Prepares Analysis of Value concerning abandonment’s of special purpose easements and dedicated public
rights-of-way in accordance with the City’s right-of-way abandonment ordinance;
Reviews and certifies all appraisals prepared for the City by private independent fee appraisers;
Coordinates work schedules to maintain public records of real property, plats, subdivisions, section maps,
current ownership, and land values.

RELATED TASKS:

Collects all monies due the City under the applicable ordinances;
Provides information concerning real property to private appraisers, land surveyors, government officials,
attorneys, and all City departments;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

Comprehensive knowledge of the practices of real estate appraising and real estate principles and practices;
comprehensive knowledge of building construction practices and of building and land values;
comprehensive knowledge of the State laws, charter provisions, and municipal ordinances relating to real
property appraisal; ability to read and understand building construction plans and specifications; ability to
analyze factors which tend to influence the value of property and to exercise judgment in the determination
of property values; ability to understand and follow oral and written directions; ability to write clear and
concise reports; ability to deal effectively with City officials, attorneys, property owners, the general public,
and associates. Must possess effective presentation skills.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from an accredited college or
university with major course work in real estate, business management, or economics and extensive
experience in the appraisal of real estate.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of a valid State of Florida driver’s license. Possession of a Florida Real Estate Broker License.

DEVELOPMENT SERVICES/15-12
10/10/98
                                                                                                City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                   Job Description
                                       AQUATICS ADMINISTRATOR - POOL
                                                    X32

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs difficult paraprofessional and programmatic work supervising the operations of municipal swimming pool
facilities; does related work as required. Work is performed under general supervision. Supervision is exercised over
all pool personnel (including Aquatics Captains).

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Supervises, directs, and trains lifeguards and pool staff involved in the operation and maintenance of a municipal
swimming facility;
Plans and directs maintenance activities of staff; assigns maintenance tasks;
Prepares purchase requisitions for supplies; prepares weekly participation reports, staff schedules; approves leave
request forms;
Ensures instruction programs are properly conducted;
Develops aquatic programs to meet community needs;
Assists with pool budget preparations to facilitate forecasting of revenues and expenditures as well as capital outlay
and capital improvement items;
Schedules pool renovations, maintenance, and repairs.

RELATED TASKS:

Conducts staff meetings to disseminate information on future program schedules;
Evaluates work performance of employees;
Conducts interviews, recommends hiring and disciplinary action;
Meets and greets patrons; resolves conflicts; explains pool rules, regulations, and policies;
Prepares for and coordinates special events held at pool with other divisions, departments, or agencies;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

Comprehensive knowledge of community swimming pool operations including safety practices and procedures, pool
maintenance, lifeguard functions, and general facility maintenance; comprehensive knowledge of first-aid practices
related to water sports and activities; ability to train subordinates in proper lifeguarding techniques and methods;
ability to enforce safety rules and regulations and maintain discipline; ability to supervise the work of subordinates;
ability to prepare and maintain records; ability to perform water rescue functions.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school and extensive experience
managing a community swimming facility including some supervisory and administrative experience.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of Community CPR Instructor, First Aid, Water Safety Instructor and Lifeguard Training Instructor
certificates. Possession of Pool Operator License. Possession of a valid State of Florida driver’s license.
Possession of Emergency Medical Technician Certificate within one year of appointment to position.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Must have 20/30 corrected vision in both eyes, correct color vision and depth perception. Must be able to lift and
carry articles weighing up to 50 lbs. and push articles weighing up to 150 lbs. Must be able to wear safety glasses,
goggles, safety belt, respirator, safety shoes, gloves, and faceshield. Exposure to extreme temperatures and
weather conditions. Exposure to electricity, heights of up to 15 ft., noise, moving mechanical parts, confined spaces,
vibration, dust, vapors, fumes, poisons, animals/insects, mist, gases, irritants, asphyxiants, and bloodborne
pathogens.


RECREATION SERVICES/61-34
4/12/02
                                                                                                City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                   Job Description
                                             AQUATICS CAPTAIN/POOL
                                                      X30

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs difficult paraprofessional and responsible administrative and programmatic work managing the operation of
a municipal swimming pool facility; does related work as required. Work is performed under general supervision.
Supervision is exercised over all pool personnel.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Supervises, directs, and trains lifeguards and pool staff involved in the operation and maintenance of a municipal
swimming facility;
Plans and directs maintenance activities of staff; assigns maintenance tasks;
Prepares purchase requisitions for supplies; prepares weekly participation reports, staff schedules; approves leave
request forms;
Ensures instruction programs are properly conducted;
Develops aquatic programs to meet community needs;
Assists with pool budget preparations to facilitate forecasting of revenues and expenditures as well as capital outlay
and capital improvement items;
Schedules pool renovations, maintenance, and repairs.

RELATED TASKS:

Conducts staff meetings to disseminate information on future program schedules;
Evaluates work performance of employees;
Conducts interviews, recommends hiring and disciplinary action;
Meets and greets patrons; resolves conflicts; explains pool rules, regulations, and policies;
Prepares for and coordinates special events held at pool with other divisions, departments, or agencies;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

Comprehensive knowledge of community swimming pool operations including safety practices and procedures, pool
maintenance, lifeguard functions, and general facility maintenance; comprehensive knowledge of first-aid practices
related to water sports and activities; ability to train subordinates in proper lifeguarding techniques and methods;
ability to enforce safety rules and regulations and maintain discipline; ability to supervise the work of subordinates;
ability to prepare and maintain records; ability to perform water rescue functions.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school and extensive experience
managing a community swimming facility including some supervisory and administrative experience.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of Community CPR Instructor, First Aid, Water Safety Instructor and Lifeguard Training Instructor
certificates. Possession of Pool Operator License. Possession of a valid State of Florida driver’s license.
Possession of Emergency Medical Technician Certificate within one year of appointment to position.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Must have 20/30 corrected vision in both eyes, correct color vision and depth perception. Must be able to lift and
carry articles weighing up to 50 lbs. and push articles weighing up to 150 lbs. Must be able to wear safety glasses,
goggles, safety belt, respirator, safety shoes, gloves, and faceshield. Exposure to extreme temperatures and
weather conditions. Exposure to electricity, heights of up to 15 ft., noise, moving mechanical parts, confined spaces,
vibration, dust, vapors, fumes, poisons, animals/insects, mist, gases, irritants, asphyxiants, and bloodborne
pathogens.


RECREATION SERVICES/61-34
10/10/98
                                                                                                  City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                     Job Description
                                           AQUATICS LIEUTENANT/ POOL
                                                      B23

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs difficult protective service (pool rescue) work supervising the operation of a municipal swimming pool; does
related work as required. Work is performed under regular supervision. Supervision is exercised over lifeguards and
other swimming pool personnel.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Enforces safety regulations; observes, assists, and rescues swimmers;
Maintains pool equipment and facilities, vacuums and cleans pools and backwash filter, tests and adjusts water
chlorination, checks pool filtration and plumbing equipment, makes minor repairs or calls for service;
Closes out and balances cash register and prepares deposit;
Coordinates and supervises daily classes; substitutes for absent instructors;
Instructs swimming classes; assists with programs; special events, requalification and pre-employment testing.

RELATED TASKS:

Ensures daily activities of pool are carried out effectively;
Responds to a variety of questions concerning pool operations, instructions, policies, rules, regulations, fees, etc.
Resolves patron complaints; Maintains material and chemical supply records;
Helps hire, instruct, and supervise lifeguards;
Supervises cashier and collection activities; Secures pool at night;
Maintains time and attendance and prepares routine payroll records for pool personnel; schedules staff hours;
approves leave requests;
Conducts staff training, orientation, and review sessions on pool policy and emergency procedures;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

Thorough knowledge of community swimming pool operations including safety practices and procedures, pool
maintenance, lifeguarding functions, and general facility maintenance; thorough knowledge of first-aid practices
related to water sports and pool activities; ability to train subordinates in proper lifeguarding techniques and methods;
ability to enforce safety rules and regulations and maintain discipline; ability to supervise the work of subordinates;
ability to work with toxic chemicals safely; ability to prepare and maintain records; ability to perform water rescue
functions; ability to pass annual requalification testing and ability to maintain current certifications in minimum job
requirements.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school and considerable experience
as a lifeguard in a community swimming facility.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:
Must possess current certifications in American Red Cross Water Safety Instructor (WSI), Lifeguard Training (LGT),
CPR for the Professional Rescuer (CPR PR), Automated External Defibrillator (AED) and Oxygen Administration
(O2). Must obtain certifications in Aquatic Facility Operator (AFO) or Certified Pool Operator (CPO), American Red
Cross Lifeguard Training Instructor (LGTI) within six (6) months of hire. Completion of American Red Cross Lifeguard
Management course is preferred. Possession of a valid State of Florida diver license with no more than five (5)
points within a three (3) year period.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:
Must have 20/30 corrected vision in both eyes, correct color vision and depth perception. Must be able to lift, carry
and push articles weighing up to 150 lbs. Must be able to wear goggles, gloves, and faceshield. Exposure to
extreme temperatures and weather conditions, chemicals, animals/insects, confined spaces, heights, noise, vibration,
dust, vapors, fumes, mist, gases, smoke, poisons, irritants, asphyxiants, moving mechanical parts and bloodborne
pathogens.


RECREATION SERVICES/61-34
Revised 9/28/2005
                                                                                         City of Boca Raton
                                                                                            Job Description
                                         ASSISTANT ACCOUNTANT
                                                  N25

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs accounting work for the Administration, Accounting, Customer Service and Treasury sections of
the Financial Services Department; does related work as required.

Work is performed under regular supervision.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

Records general fixed assets of the City;
Reviews daily cash receipts entries for accuracy and proper codes;
Assists with bank reconciliation;
Prepare analysis of general ledger, expenditure or revenue accounts;
Assist with entry of journal entries;
Assist with the input of bi-weekly payroll time sheets;
Balances special assessments billings and receivables.

RELATED TASKS:

Maintains and reviews documents for posting errors and policy and procedure inconsistencies;
Serves as lien and assessment clerk; sets up cash receipts folder;
Files various fiscal transactions documents;
Prepares computer worksheets as required;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

Thorough knowledge of accounting principles and practices, general knowledge of accounting spreadsheet
programs, general knowledge of standard office procedures, practices and equipment; skill in the use of
personal computers; ability to follow oral and written directions; ability to establish and follow detailed work
procedures; ability to perform mathematical computations with speed and accuracy; ability to establish and
maintain effective working relationships with associates.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation with an associate degree from an
accredited community college or university with a major course work in accounting or general business and
some accounting experience.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of a valid State of Florida driver's license.




Financial Services
Revised 7/28/05
                                                                                                  City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                     Job Description

                                         ASSISTANT ACTIVITIES DIRECTOR
                                           CHOICES YOUTH PROGRAM
                                                     U15


GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs intermediate paraprofessional work, organizing, promoting and supervising the activities of the Choices
Youth Program at the Boca Raton Middle School, does related work as required. Work is performed under regular
supervision.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Supervises children participating in after-school program, which includes field trips, and service learning projects;
Interacts with middle school age children;
Prepares recreational activities for after-school program;
Maintains records and prepares reports;
Attends wilderness adventures;
Maintains contact with teachers and parents of participating children;
Documents behavior of students.

RELATED TASKS:

Coordinates and plans activities;
Assists director with various tasks.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

Thorough knowledge of sports activities; thorough knowledge of practices and principles of recreation and physical
education; ability to supervise children and volunteers; experience working with "at risk" youth groups; ability to
establish and maintain effective working relationships with community offices, school personnel, media volunteers
and the public. Must have the ability to maintain records and produce reports; must have ability to use all types of
sports equipment.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from an accredited community college, with
major course work in recreation and youth activities. Experience planning and supervising youth recreation program.
Experience with outward bound, project adventure, or similar experiential education program is preferred.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of a valid State of Florida driver's license.




Police Services/22-01
8/11/99
                                                                                                City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                   Job Description
                                                 ASSISTANT BUYER
                                                       U24

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs intermediate professional work assisting in procuring services, supplies, materials, and equipment; does
related work as required. Work is performed under regular supervision.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Assists with processing purchase requisitions; checks for funding, appropriate approval, and compliance with State
and City purchasing regulations and determines prices and sources of supply;
Assists in developing and researching specifications; reviews specifications for clarity, accuracy and necessary
related information;
Assists in developing and processing bids, pre-bid meetings, bid openings, award of bids, Council recommendation
letters and monitors vendor performance;
Keeps records on annual contracts listing;
Researches Florida State contracts and Intergovernmental contracts; advises City departments on procurement
procedures under contracts.

RELATED TASKS:

Assists assigned departments with purchasing activities;
Interviews vendors by the telephone and in person concerning price and availability to requisitioned items;
Maintains assigned annual contracts for various services and commodities utilized by the City Departments

Reviews bidder database and develops possible new supply sources;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

Some knowledge of business methods, markets, and purchasing practices; knowledge of Business English general
knowledge of standard office procedures, practices and equipment; ability to establish and maintain effective working
relationships with City officials, vendors, and the general public; ability to express ideas clearly and concisely both
orally and in written form; ability to handle multiple tasks and prioritize workload and ability to use Microsoft Word,
Excel & Outlook.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to an Associate Degree from an accredited Junior college
with major course work in business administration, contract management, marketing or purchasing.         Some
experience in the procurement of materials, equipment, and supplies, preferably in government.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Position is classified as part-time and working hours are negotiable, up to 39 hours per week. Position is currently
listed as temporary for a 1-2 month assignment.

8/16/04
                                                                                                  City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                     Job Description

                                            ASSISTANT CAMP DIRECTOR
                                                      U09



GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs intermediate work in organizing, directing and coordinating a summer camp; does related work as required.
Work is performed under general supervision. Supervision is exercised over part-time camp personnel.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Assists with planning, organizing, and directing summer camp; ensures safety of all participants;
Assists with scheduling games, activities, special events and field trips;
Assists with ensuring compliance with established policies and procedures;
Assists with planning and scheduling staff work assignments;
Maintains control over participants and administers discipline;
Handles complaints from parents;

RELATED TASKS:

Inventories equipment and supplies;
Keeps attendance records and makes reports;
Completes non-employee accident reports;
Assures proper guidance and supervision of participants;
Coordinates camp facility daily needs with facility administrator;
Interacts positively with participants;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

Thorough knowledge of sports, games, arts and crafts and low level recreational activities; thorough knowledge of
community resources; thorough knowledge of child development and related socialization skills; ability to plan and
schedule activities and coordinate proper assignment of subordinates; ability to establish and maintain effective
working relationships with staff, participants, and the general public; ability to communicate effective both orally and in
writing; ability to prepare and maintain records.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from an accredited community college with
major course work in education, physical education, recreation or related field and some experience in community,
group or school recreation activities.




RECREATION SERVICES/61-25
8/11/99
                                                                                               City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                  Job Description

                                           ASSISTANT CEMETERY MANAGER
                                                       U20

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs intermediate technical work assisting with supervising the administration, operation and maintenance of the
cemetery and mausoleum; does related work as required. Work is performed under regular supervision. Limited
supervision is exercised over subordinate semiskilled personnel.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Supervises grounds maintenance and cemetery care taking personnel;
Takes grave measurements;
Helps visitors locate plots;
Greets funeral processions;
Attends mausoleum entombments;
Analyzes computer records and reports;

RELATED TASKS:

Assist with budget preparation and monitoring; participates in employee evaluations;
Places flowers at gravesite;
Resolves complaints;
Oversees control of inventory items;
Supervises all cemetery operations during absence of Manager;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

Thorough knowledge of the operation and maintenance of a public cemetery and mausoleum; thorough knowledge of
clerical and financial records keeping in connection with cemetery business operations; thorough knowledge of the
financial operations of self-supporting cemetery; thorough knowledge of the occupational hazards and safety
precautions of the work and related equipment operation; thorough knowledge of State, County and local laws and
regulations pertaining to cemetery operations; ability to plan and supervise the work of maintenance personnel;
ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with associates, the bereaved, and funeral directors;
ability to read and interpret cemetery maps; tact in dealing with the public.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school and considerable experience
in cemetery operations, administration, and maintenance work.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of a valid State of Florida Class "E" driver’s license.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Ability to lift, carry, and push articles weighing over 50 lbs.




Recreation Services/62-41
8/11/99
                                                                                                 City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                    Job Description
                                            ASSISTANT CITY ATTORNEY
                                                       D4


GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Assists the City Attorney in litigation and claims; review/drafting of contracts, deeds, easements, leases, bid
documents, resolutions and ordinances. Performs difficult professional and administrative work assisting the Police
Department through the City Attorney in prosecution of forfeiture actions, city ordinance violations, civil litigation
involving police matters, representation and prosecution before related boards, legal training for police officers,
provide legal guidance and updates to the Police Department and other departments; does related work as required.
Work is performed under general supervision.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Litigation and claims, including research, drafting legal documents, attending depositions, hearings and trials;
Negotiate/draft/review of contracts, deeds, easements, leases, bid documents, resolutions and ordinances, and other
documents;
Provides legal services to other departments as directed by the City Attorney;
Prosecutes City Code violations before the Special Master and the Code Enforcement Board;
Research and prepare memoranda regarding a broad range of legal issues;
Evaluates and litigates cases involving Contraband Forfeiture Act;
Recommends disposition of seized property;
Prepares all pleadings; appears and argues all motions; conducts discovery;
Conducts trials; prepares post-trial motions and appellate briefs;
Provides legal counsel to the Police Department and other departments as requested;
Reviews, drafts, and interprets legal documents;
Provides legal training to Police personnel; and
Performs broad range of legal functions to provide comprehensive local government legal services under the
direction of the City Attorney.

RELATED TASKS:

Supervises post-seizure investigations;
Responds to police scenes/events where legal input is appropriate;
Advises operational units in ongoing investigations including internal affairs investigations;
Assists in preparation and review of arrest warrants, search warrants, and related tasks as required;
Performs research on municipal legal matters and prepares memoranda concerning same;
Attends City Council and City Board meetings and workshops when requested; and
Answers questions from public as they relate to City issues.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

Knowledge of Federal, State and City laws, rules and regulations, particularly in regard to general administrative and
regulatory functions of municipal government; judicial procedures and the rules of evidence. Thorough knowledge of
the principles, methods, practices, and references utilized in legal research; thorough knowledge of all aspects of civil
liability arising from police activities; thorough knowledge of Florida Statutes, City Code of Ordinances, law, and
administrative processes pertaining to municipalities; ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships
with City departments, boards, court officials, the public, police officers and police officials and representatives of
other law enforcement agencies and other attorneys; ability to present complex ideas effectively, orally and in writing,
and thorough knowledge of criminal and constitutional law.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Graduation from an accredited law school and considerable experience in the practice of law.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Licensed to practice law in Florida and membership in good standing in The Florida Bar. Must possess a valid State
of Florida Driver’s license.

CITY ATTORNEY/06-01
5/22/2009
                                                                                    City of Boca Raton
                                                                                       Job Description
                                         ASSISTANT CITY CLERK
                                                 X30

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs difficult skilled clerical and responsible administrative work assisting the City Clerk with the
responsibilities of the City Clerk’s Office, including City Council agenda and minutes, records management,
and election administration. Work is performed under the direction of the City Clerk. Supervision is
exercised over subordinate clerical personnel. A high degree of tact, discretion, and independent judgment
must be exercised

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Collects and assembles a variety of reports, documents, papers, etc. in the coordination and preparation of
the City Council agenda;
Sets up Council Chambers for all City Council meetings;
Attends City Council meetings;
Assists in recording and transcribing minutes of City Council meetings;
Performs follow up assignments at conclusion of meetings;
Maintains files containing contracts, agreements, letters of credit, insurance, deeds, and other assorted
documents;
Manages and maintains permanent records in accordance with City and State legal requirements;
Maintains databases for a variety of records;
Tracks and retrieves documents for other departments;
Oversees operation of records storage center;
Assists in the supervision and training of subordinate clerical personnel

RELATED TASKS:

Operates video and related equipment in the Council Chamber;
Assists with a variety of special projects as needed;
Assists in budget preparation;
Oversees operation of the switchboard, including assignment of volunteer personnel;
Responds to citizen inquiries;
Researches and compiles public records requests;
Participates in strategic planning sessions for the division;
Notarizes internal documents;
Acts as CITY CLERK when required;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

Thorough knowledge of State and City election law; public records law, the Sunshine law, and parliamentary
procedure; thorough knowledge of the functions and organization of municipal government; ;general
knowledge of the principles and techniques of office management and modern office procedures, systems
and equipment, general knowledge of business English, spelling and arithmetic; general knowledge of
cameras and equipment used in records management; general knowledge of word processing and data
management software; ability to type accurately at a reasonable rate; ability to take and transcribe dictation
at a reasonable rate of speed; ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with City
officials, employees, and the general public; ability to work independently on responsible administrative
assignments.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to an Associate’s Degree and at least five years
general office experience, three in a municipal clerk’s office. The ability to acquire Certified Municipal
Clerk’s status within five years of employment.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: Must possess a valid State of Florida Class “E” drivers license.

City Manager-04/05
5/4/06
                                                                                                         City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                            Job Description
                                                   ASSISTANT FIRE CHIEF
                                                           D5

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs difficult professional and administrative work directing a major division of the Fire Department in the overall
management of the department; does related work as required. Work is performed under general supervision. Supervision
is exercised over subordinate division personnel.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Plans, organizes, directs, and coordinates the Fire Department’s operations or administration;
Assists the Fire Chief in the management of the department including attendance at meetings, capital projects, purchasing,
budget control, and related matters;
Assists and advises the Fire Chief in planning department programs and developing department policies and procedures,
and goals and objectives;
Participates in the selection, training, and promotion of subordinate personnel;
Counsels subordinates and evaluates their work;
Oversees the preparation of records and reports relating to division activities; reviews and files reports
prepared by subordinates;
Coordinates the work of the division with that of other divisions in the department and other City departments;
Supervises and participates in the preparation of the division and department budget and monitors expenditures; helps make
budget forecasts.

RELATED TASKS:

Interprets and enforces City and department rules and procedures;
Provides for the continued technical training of division personnel;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

Thorough knowledge of the principles and practices of fire administration, suppression, and emergency medical service
operations; thorough knowledge of the department rules and regulations; thorough knowledge of operation and maintenance
of fire suppression apparatus and equipment; thorough knowledge of the principles and practices of personnel and public
management; ability to program a variety of fire suppression, fire prevention, education, and administrative activities and
implement same; ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with City officials, subordinates, and
associates; ability to effectively supervise others under emergency situations.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from an accredited college or university with a two
year degree in Business Administration, Public Administration, or Fire Service Administration or a related field. Completion
of the Executive Fire Officer Program at the National Fire Academy preferred. Four (4) years as an officer in a similar or
larger fire rescue agency.


SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Must maintain the State of Florida Minimum Standards for firefighter and the State of Florida Emergency Medical Technician
certification. State of Florida Fire Inspector Certification preferred. Possession of a valid Florida Class "E" Driver's license.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Must have correct color vision and depth perception. Must be able to lift and carry articles weighing up to 75 lbs. and push
articles weighing up to 150 lbs. Must be able to wear hard hat/helmet, safety glasses, goggles, safety belt, respirator, safety
shoes/boots, coveralls, gloves, bunker gear, and face shield. Exposure to extreme temperatures and weather conditions.
Exposure to electricity, heights of up to 100 ft., noise, moving mechanical parts, confined spaces, vibration, radiation, dust,
vapors, fumes, toxic metals, sensitizers, poisons, animals/insects, mist, gases, smoke, irritants, asphyxiates, and blood
borne pathogens.

FIRE/RESCUE SERVICES/25-11, 25-12 & 25-14
09/11/06
                                                                                                  City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                     Job Description

                                         ASSISTANT GAP CAMP DIRECTOR
                                                     U09


GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs intermediate work in organizing, directing and coordinating a camp for school holiday programs;
does related work as required. Work is performed under general supervision. Supervision is exercised over part-
time camp personnel.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Assists with planning, organizing, and directing camp; ensures safety of all participants;
Assists with scheduling games, activities, special events and field trips;
Assists with ensuring compliance with established policies and procedures;
Assists with planning and scheduling staff work assignments;
Maintains control over participants and administers discipline;
Handles complaints from parents;
Must be able to work all Palm Beach County School Board Holidays and Teacher workdays.

RELATED TASKS:

Inventories equipment and supplies;
Keeps attendance records and makes reports;
Complete non-employee accident reports;
Assure proper guidance and supervision of participants;
Coordinates camp facility daily needs with facility administrator;
Interacts positively with participants;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

Thorough knowledge of sports, games, arts and crafts and low level recreational activities; thorough knowledge of
community resources; thorough knowledge of child development and related socialization skills; ability to plan and
schedule activities and coordinate proper assignment of subordinates; ability to establish and maintain effective
working relationships with staff, participants, and the general public; ability to communicate effective both orally and in
writing; ability to prepare and maintain records.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from an accredited community college with
major course work in education, physical education, recreation or related field and some experience in community,
group or school recreation activities.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Must be able to lift and carry articles weighing up to 50 lbs.




RECREATION SERVICES/61-25
8/11/99
                                                                                                         City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                            Job Description
                                           ASSISTANT GOLF COURSE MANAGER
                                                         X28

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs difficult technical and responsible administrative and technical duties assisting in directing the management
functions of the golf facilities courses; does related work as required. Work is performed under general supervision.
Supervision is exercised over semiskilled part time employees, clerical, and volunteers.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Assists with the supervision and review of all operational and maintenance personnel;
Opens and closes golf course at appropriate hours;
Interviews, recommends for hire, and trains all part time and volunteer staff;
Meets with the independent auditors annually and discusses practices, procedures, and accountability;
Oversees and handles problems related to the concessions (food and Pro Shop);
Oversees maintenance of 80 golf carts and acts as liaison between City and cart vendor.
Supervises the collection and receipt of course fees and concessions revenues.

RELATED TASK:

Reviews the course with the Agronomists in the manager's absence;
Compiles data on all similar courses related to fees, permits, operational procedures, etc.;
Supervises and handles problems related to the men's, ladies', and all summer leagues;
Interviews, recommends for hire, and trains all part time staff;
Performs related task as required.
Oversees operation and maintenance of the tee-time system, and point of sale computers.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

Thorough knowledge of the practices, methods, policies, and environmental issues pertaining to municipal golf course
operations; thorough knowledge of the principles, methods, materials, and equipment used in the maintenance and repair of
a golf course; ability to establish and supervise the work of clerical and maintenance personnel; ability to establish and
maintain effective working relationships with City officials, course guests, interested groups and the general public; ability to
prepare, maintain, and monitor detailed financial records; ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from an accredited community college with major
course work in business administration and some golf course operation experience.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of a valid State of Florida driver's license.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Must be able to lift, carry and push articles weighing up to 75 lbs. Must be able to wear safety glasses, goggles, safety belt,
respirator, safety shoes/boots, hearing protector, gloves, and faceshield. Exposure to extreme temperatures and weather
conditions. Exposure to electricity, heights of up to 15 ft., noise, moving mechanical parts, vibration, dust, vapors, fumes,
poisons, animals/insects, mist, and irritants.



RECREATION SERVICES/63-12
4/1/99
                                                                                                         City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                            Job Description
                                      ASSISTANT GOLF COURSE SUPERINTENDENT
                                                       N27

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs intermediate technical work assisting with the maintenance of the municipal golf courses; does related work as
required. Work is performed under regular supervision. Supervision is exercised over maintenance personnel.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Supervises the operation, maintenance and repair of irrigation systems;
Tours golf courses and observes general condition and determines work to be done;
Orders necessary parts, checks pumps for pressure; repairs electrical systems;
Directs the work of employees involved with seeding, aeration, tree planting, sand trap maintenance and replacement, tree
trimming, and related golf course maintenance work;
Assigns work to maintenance personnel;
Trains new employees on use of equipment.

RELATED TASKS:

Installs new lines, repairs broken lines, cleans screens, repairs clocks;
Applies fertilizer and pesticides when and where necessary;
Performs duties of Golf Course Superintendent when required;
Evaluates the work performance of employees;
Performs related tasks as required.
Operates all turf equipment.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

Thorough knowledge of the practices, methods, and policies used in municipal golf course maintenance; thorough
knowledge of the principles, methods, materials, and equipment used in the maintenance and repair of a golf course; ability
to plan and supervise the work of maintenance personnel; ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships
with City officials, course guests, interested groups and the general public; ability to prepare and maintain records; ability to
communicate effectively both orally and in writing.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school and considerable experience
supervising the maintenance of a golf course.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of a valid State of Florida driver’s license. Possession of a valid State of Florida Pesticide Applicator License.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Must be able to lift, carry and push articles weighing up to 75 lbs. Must be able to wear safety glasses, goggles, safety belt,
respirator, safety shoes/boots, hearing protector, gloves, and faceshield. Exposure to extreme temperatures and weather
conditions. Exposure to electricity, heights of up to 15 ft., noise, moving mechanical parts, vibration, dust, vapors, fumes,
poisons, animals/insects, mist, and irritants.


RECREATION SERVICES/63-12
10/10/98
                                                                                                        City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                           Job Description
                                      ASSISTANT HUMAN RESOURCES DIRECTOR
                                                      D2

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs difficult professional and executive administrative work coordinating several major activities of the City’s overall
human resources management program; does related work as required and assigned by the Human Resources Director.
Work is performed independently under general supervision. Supervision is exercised over professional, support and
technical employees.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Administrates, develops and interprets personnel rules, policies, and procedures;
Supervises recruitment, testing, and all employment activities;
Administers the performance of internal and external compensation studies and makes recommendations for changes;
Administers City wide training programs; prepares, engages and supervises trainer(s) or personally conducts training, as
appropriate;
Participates in collective bargaining process; Assists with data collection and the drafting of proposals; and the development
of bargaining strategies;
Administers the City's Employee Assistance Program;
Coordinates activities with the Financial Services Department to assure smooth and accurate operations related to payroll
processing and new hire paperwork;
Assists the Human Resources Director in the preparation of the Division budget;
Investigates grievances and assists in the preparation of the City’s response and the City's case before third party reviewers;
Monitors and adjusts City personnel practices to ensure compliance with City, State, and Federal law and regulation;
Administers the research and data analysis activities.
Provides administrative supervision of the FMLA process
Prepares and presents as appropriate the City’s position in administrative proceedings.
Supervises and administers the Human Resources Investigation process
Supervises the reporting of EEO data on a timely basis

RELATED TASKS:

Represents Human Resources Division on various Citywide committees;
Advises the Human Resources Director with regard to discipline, contract interpretation and administration and performance
evaluations;
Supervises the work of professional and support staff
Responds to inquiries on a variety of employment related issues
Works closely with departments on projects requiring Human Resources input.
Serves as the Division Head in the absence of the Human Resources Director.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

Thorough knowledge of the philosophies, principles, and practices of Human Resources in the public sector; thorough
knowledge of research, data analysis, and report presentation techniques; Thorough knowledge of compensation and
recruitment activities; thorough knowledge of labor relations and contract administration; thorough knowledge of current
Federal and State laws and regulations applicable to public employment; general knowledge of automated data processing
applications to personnel records; knowledge of AS-400 and its applicability to human resources data; skill in the use of
Word and Excel programs in a Windows environment; ability to establish and maintain effective relationships with City
officials, employees, and the general public; ability to communicate effectively in verbal and written forms; ability to analyze
facts and present recommendations effectively in oral and written form; ability to plan, supervise, and review the work of
technical and support employees; ability to establish, implement, and monitor operational and administrative procedures
relevant to personnel record management.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Bachelor’s Degree, Master’s Degree preferred, from an accredited college or university, with major work in Human
Resources Management, Public Administration, or related field; extensive experience in Human Resources management
preferably in the public sector. Professional Human Resources Certification preferred.


City Manager/04-11
02/15/2006
                                                                                                     City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                        Job Description
                                     ASSISTANT IT DIRECTOR, NETWORK SERVICES
                                                        D2

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs complex professional work supervising the evaluation, installation and utilization of the City’s host computer
hardware, operating system software and Personal Computer hardware and software; does related work as required. Work
is performed under general supervision.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Plans, organizes and directs the activities of the PC Systems & Networking Division of the Information Technology
Department;
Evaluates software programs and hardware equipment and recommends standards to aid Division Director in establishing a
City-wide Personal Computer policy;
Responsible for the administration of the City’s Computer Security policy.
Ensures the integrity of computer system inter-connections;
Ensures the integrity of the host computer system including peripheral hardware system, software, and auxiliary power
supplies;
Oversees the installation of associated hardware including the coordination of electrical installations;
Analyzes computer hardware needs throughout the City organization;
Monitors Personal Computer hardware and software purchases for conformity to City standards and long range plans;
Prepares City-wide budget for Personal Computers.
Supervises the City Communications Administrator

RELATED TASKS:

Installs new Personal Computer hardware and software purchases for conformity to City standards and long range plans;
Trains Personal Computer users;
Evaluates the work performance of subordinates;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

Comprehensive knowledge of the utilization of Personal Computers and software packages; comprehensive knowledge of
the principles and techniques in the installation and operation of computer programs; thorough knowledge of the operation,
uses and capabilities of installed computer and related equipment and machines; thorough knowledge of the principles and
mathematics as applied to computer operations; ability to follow oral and written instructions; ability to prepare technical
reports as required; ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with associates, superiors and other
departments; ability to plan and supervise the work of subordinate personnel; must possess manual dexterity.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from an accredited college or university with major
course work in computer science or related field and extensive experience in the use of Personal Computers, software and
computer networking including considerable supervisory experience.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Must possess a valid State of Florida driver's license.




City Manager/IS/12-32
10/31/02
                                                                                                      City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                         Job Description
                                ASSISTANT IT DIRECTOR, SYSTEMS & DEVELOPMENT
                                                      D2


GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs difficult professional work involving the analysis, selection, implementation, and maintenance of all business
application software for AS/400 and PC platforms. Responsible for all hardware and software upgrades to the AS400.
Maintains effective working relationships and open lines of communication with all user departments and staff. Supervises
programming and computer operations staff. Does related work as required. Responsibilities are performed under minimal
supervision.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Meets with department personnel to assist in the analysis, selection, and implementation of all business related software for
AS/400 and PC platforms;
Analyzes potential user departmental procedures and/or problem areas and conducts feasibility studies for the application of
electronic data processing systems;
Project manager for the scheduling, training, implementation, and maintenance of vendor software;
Supervises the programming and computer operations staff;
Systems Administrator for the AS/400 and manager of password security for all related software modules;
Schedules systems upgrades for the AS/400;
Procures and schedules hardware upgrades for the AS/400 including peripheral devices;
Works closely with Training Administrator to train personnel and staff in the operation of computer systems and software.

RELATED TASKS:

Establishes work schedules; reviews program specifications and code documentation for conformity to standards and
efficiency of operations;
Evaluates the work performance of employees; counsels and disciplines as needed;
Provides support services including assisting programmers in resolving problems with existing programs and modifications to
vendor software;
Assists user departments in the analysis, implementation, and maintenance of custom modifications to vendor software;
Produces analytical and written reports;
Assists users in the preparation of user documentation;
Coordinates training courses for programmers and computer operations staff;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

Thorough knowledge of the principles and practices used in the preparation of computer programs and appropriate
programming languages; thorough knowledge of modern techniques in system analysis and design and operation, uses and
capabilities of electronic data processing equipment; strong oral communication skills; ability to establish and maintain
effective working relationships with all professional levels of City employees with varying levels of computer knowledge;
ability to analyze methods and procedures to assist users in the selection of vendor automated information processing
systems; ability to prepare technical reports and manuals; ability to plan and supervise the work of subordinates; ability to
communicate ideas effectively both orally and in writing.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from an accredited college or university with major
course work in computer science or related field and considerable experience in computer programming and systems
analysis work; considerable experience in working with user departments.


City Manager/IS/12-31
10/31/02
                                                                                                        City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                           Job Description
                                                 ASSISTANT POLICE CHIEF
                                                           D7

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs complex professional and administrative work assisting with the management a division (Support Services or Field
Services) within the Police Services Department; does related work as required. Work is performed under general
supervision. Supervision is exercised over all department personnel in the absence of the Chief of Police.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Plans, evaluates, develops, and monitors goals and objectives for the division;
Develops budgetary requests and maintains fiscal control for the division;
Reviews orders, policies, and procedures, providing input and recommendation to the Chief of Police and Deputy Chief;
Responsible for selection, staffing, productivity, performance, and discipline of division personnel;
Assists in the planning, organizing, staffing, and supervision of all activities for the division;
Acts as primary information resource for the general public through personal contact at social functions, in civic meetings, by
phone and correspondence, and for the media through newspaper radio and television;
Prepares employee performance evaluations for division commanders and reviews training levels of all division personnel to
ensure maintenance of a high level of professionalism;
Conducts inspections as required by General Orders, and oversees all division inspections and inventories
Assumes duties of Chief of Police or Deputy Chief when directed

RELATED TASKS:

Performs the work of subordinates in protecting life and property, and apprehending criminals, when and if required;
Prepares and submits, for administrative review, a variety of technical and operational written reports;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

Thorough knowledge of the laws, rules, and court decisions relating to the administration of criminal justice and law
enforcement; comprehensive knowledge of scientific methods of crime detection, criminal identification, and radio
communication; comprehensive knowledge of federal, state, and local laws and ordinances; comprehensive knowledge of
the geography of the City and location of important buildings; demonstrated ability to lead and direct the activities of law
enforcement personnel; ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with City officials, law enforcement
agency officials, and the general public; ability to evaluate the effectiveness of the police operation and to institute
improvements; ability to prepare and review reports; resourcefulness and sound judgment in emergency; ability to
demonstrate integrity and tact; skilled in a word processing program.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from an accredited college or university with major
course work in criminal justice administration or related field and extensive operations and management experience in police
administration including extensive supervisory experience. Masters degree preferred.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of a valid State of Florida driver’s license. Must meet and maintain minimum training and experience
qualifications as established for the position by the department and/or the State of Florida Statute Chapter 943; must be a
Certified Police Officer.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Must be able to lift, carry and push articles weighing up to 100 lbs. Must be able to wear safety glasses, hard hat/helmet,
goggles, bulletproof vest, hearing protector, gloves and face shield; Exposure to extreme temperatures and blood borne
pathogens; Physical demands may change to be greater or lesser depending on the duties associated with the specific billet.


POLICE SERVICES/22-11, 22-13
11/26/01
                                                                                                         City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                            Job Description
                                                Assistant to the City Manager
                                                             X37

General Definition of Work:

Performs difficult professional and administrative work assisting the City Manager and the staff of the City Manager’s office
and providing a liaison function with various City partners. Work is performed under direct supervision of the Deputy City
Manager.

Typical Functions:

Assists the City Manager’s office in interacting with and interfacing with the elected officials
Develops, coordinates, and serves on various task forces to develop strategies for appropriate City involvement, i.e. public
television & radio; connecting citizens with appropriate resources, etc.
Provides contact and interface with City lobbyist drafting positions for review; assists with monitoring and coordination of
State and Federal lobbying efforts
Drafts, reviews, edits City Proclamations; coordinates presentations with elected officials and recipients
Researches issues, processes, and systems Citywide to make recommendations and implement solutions
Coordinates and attends meetings with various Advisory Boards. Serves as liaison between City and the Various Boards.
Assists with the preparation of City brochures, newsletters, and other publications
Attends and provides contact and liaison function with various City stakeholders, i.e. Chamber of Commerce; Homeowner
Associations, local non-profit associations, etc.
Coordinates press conferences, arranging rooms, technical equipment and ensuring media notification
Provides contact point for various public agencies, specifically the school district to insure the City’s active involvement in
education issues that impact City residents.
Serves as City Manager’s Office representative on a variety of committees, project teams, task forces, etc.

Related Tasks:

Investigates and follows up on citizen inquiries and complaints
Prepares analyses, drafts reports, and formulates recommendations
Assists with preparation and drafting of City Council agenda materials
Performs related and other assigned tasks as required

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

 Knowledge of the functions and organization of municipal government, including the functions and operations of Advisory
Boards, local agencies, other public agencies and community groups. Knowledge of media relations and the demonstrated
ability to coordinate award presentations and assist elected officials and City Manager/Designee to promote City sponsored
functions. Ability to evaluate needs of citizens, Advisory Boards and other stakeholders and make recommendations for any
problem resolution or improvements. Ability to prepare concise, informative reports and recommendations. Ability to
establish and maintain effective working relations ships with co-workers, the general public, elected officials, Advisory Board
members and other City contacts.

Education and Experience

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from an accredited college or university with a
Bachelor’s Degree in public administration or a related field and experience in working with the public and outside agencies.

Special Requirements:

Must possess a valid drivers license with no more than five (6) points in a three (3) year period.

City Manager

11/2007
                                                                                           City of Boca Raton
                                                                                              Job Description
                          ASSISTANT VEHICLE TECHNICIAN-FIRE/RESCUE SERVICES
                                                UB17


GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs intermediate semiskilled work assisting in the repair and maintenance of automotive and specialized
equipment; does related work as required. Work is performed under regular supervision.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Changes fluids and filters; checks brakes and electrical equipment; repairs as necessary;
Diagnoses problems using specialized diagnostic equipment;
Repairs hydraulics on heavy equipment; repairs air leaks and main valves;
Repairs hydraulic cylinders in trucks and lines to main valves;
Adjusts and repairs charging systems and cooling systems;
Corrects faulty air conditioning systems;
Repairs and overhauls brakes, ignition and fuel systems, transmissions, differentials, and front and rear axle
assemblies;
Performs scheduled preventive maintenance service on vehicles and equipment.

RELATED TASKS:

Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

General knowledge of the methods, tools, and equipment used in the repair of automotive passenger cars, trucks and
maintenance equipment; general knowledge of shop tools, such as drills, presses, grinders, micrometers, brake
relining, and drum grinding machines; skill in the use and the operation of tools and machinery used in automotive
repair work; ability to keep records of repairs and service operation and to make reports;

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school and some experience in
repairing automotive, construction, and specialized equipment.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of valid State of Florida Class "E" driver's license.


PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Must be able to lift, carry and push articles weighing up to 50 lbs. Must be able to wear hard hat/helmet, safety
glasses, goggles, safety belt, safety shoes, hearing protector, gloves, and welder's helmet. Exposure to noise,
moving mechanical parts, vibration, dust, vapors, fumes, toxic metals, mist, gases, and smoke.




FIRE/RESCUE SERVICES
10/10/98
                                                                                                      City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                         Job Description
                                            ASSISTANT VEHICLE TECHNICIAN
                                                        B17

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs intermediate semiskilled work assisting in the repair and maintenance of automotive and specialized equipment;
does related work as required. Work is performed under regular supervision.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Changes fluids and filters; checks brakes and electrical equipment; repairs as necessary;
Diagnoses problems using specialized diagnostic equipment;
Repairs hydraulics on heavy equipment; repairs air leaks and main valves;
Repairs hydraulic cylinders in trucks and lines to main valves;
Adjusts and repairs charging systems and cooling systems;
Corrects faulty air conditioning systems;
Repairs and overhauls brakes, ignition and fuel systems, transmissions, differentials, and front and rear axle assemblies;
Performs scheduled preventive maintenance service on vehicles and equipment.

RELATED TASKS:

Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

General knowledge of the methods, tools, and equipment used in the repair of automotive passenger cars, trucks and
maintenance equipment; general knowledge of shop tools, such as drills, presses, grinders, micrometers, brake relining, and
drum grinding machines; skill in the use and the operation of tools and machinery used in automotive repair work; ability to
keep records of repairs and service operation and to make reports;

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school and some experience in repairing
automotive, construction, and specialized equipment.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of valid State of Florida Class "B" CDL driver's license.


PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Must be able to lift, carry and push articles weighing up to 50 lbs. Must be able to wear hard hat/helmet, safety glasses,
goggles, safety belt, safety shoes, hearing protector, gloves, and welder's helmet. Exposure to noise, moving mechanical
parts, vibration, dust, vapors, fumes, toxic metals, mist, gases, and smoke.




MUNICIPAL SERVICES/44-31
10/10/98
                                                                                                      City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                         Job Description
                                            ASSISTANT VEHICLE TECHNICIAN
                                                        B17

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs intermediate semiskilled work assisting in the repair and maintenance of automotive and specialized equipment;
does related work as required. Work is performed under regular supervision.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Changes fluids and filters; checks brakes and electrical equipment; repairs as necessary;
Diagnoses problems using specialized diagnostic equipment;
Repairs hydraulics on heavy equipment; repairs air leaks and main valves;
Repairs hydraulic cylinders in trucks and lines to main valves;
Adjusts and repairs charging systems and cooling systems;
Corrects faulty air conditioning systems;
Repairs and overhauls brakes, ignition and fuel systems, transmissions, differentials, and front and rear axle assemblies;
Performs scheduled preventive maintenance service on vehicles and equipment.

RELATED TASKS:

Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

General knowledge of the methods, tools, and equipment used in the repair of automotive passenger cars, trucks and
maintenance equipment; general knowledge of shop tools, such as drills, presses, grinders, micrometers, brake relining, and
drum grinding machines; skill in the use and the operation of tools and machinery used in automotive repair work; ability to
keep records of repairs and service operation and to make reports;

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school and some experience in repairing
automotive, construction, and specialized equipment.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of valid State of Florida Class "B" CDL driver's license.


PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Must be able to lift, carry and push articles weighing up to 50 lbs. Must be able to wear hard hat/helmet, safety glasses,
goggles, safety belt, safety shoes, hearing protector, gloves, and welder's helmet. Exposure to noise, moving mechanical
parts, vibration, dust, vapors, fumes, toxic metals, mist, gases, and smoke.




MUNICIPAL SERVICES/44-31
10/10/98
                                                                                                         City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                            Job Description
                                                   ATHLETIC ASSISTANT
                                                          N15

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs intermediate paraprofessional work in organizing, directing, and promoting athletic programs and special events;
does related work as required. Work is performed under general supervision. Supervision is exercised over part-time
program personnel.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Supervises, oversees and directs a variety of athletic and special events for all age groups;
Assists in organizing and setting up special events involving athletic competition and events;
Makes routine inspections of park sites;
Verifies surveillance reports and keep records; Prepares and submits work orders;
Supervises work of all subordinates, including scorekeepers, timekeepers, game officials and volunteer coaches;
Resolves complaints from citizens who are often hostile and irate;
Assists with registrations and training of coaches; conducts player and coaching clinics;
Assigns and pays game officials and scorekeepers; Insures proper set-up and maintenance of athletic fields.

RELATED TASKS:

Distributes, collects and inventories all player equipment and ensures proper maintenance and storage;
Compiles information, keeps records, and reports on league and other activities;
Performs field maintenance tasks as needed; rakes, lines and replaces bases and plates;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

General knowledge of sports such as baseball, volleyball, rugby, lacrosse, tennis, soccer, softball, football, and basketball,
and some knowledge of other sports; general knowledge of modern principles and practices of recreation and physical
education; ability to plan and supervise the work of subordinates; ability to establish and maintain effective working
relationships with community officials, employees, media personnel, volunteer groups, and the general public; ability to
prepare technical and financial reports; ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing; ability to prepare and
maintain records; ability to make unpopular decisions relative to calling off games and other activities due to adverse
weather conditions or unruly behavior by participants and/or spectators.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from an accredited community college with major
course work in recreation, physical education or related field and some experience in community or group recreation
activities in athletics and program administration.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of a valid State of Florida driver's license. Position may require additional special licenses and certificates by
NRPA and FRPA. Must be available to be on call 7 days a week, 24 hours a day.



RECREATION SERVICES/61-31, 64-13, 64-12
10/10/98
                                                                                                 City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                    Job Description

                                                  ATHLETIC LEADER
                                                   UNCLASSIFIED
                                                        U05

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs responsible semiskilled work in the supervision of athletic programs and related special events; does
related work as required. Work is performed under regular supervision.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Checks on and inspects for safety athletic programs, facilities, and equipment;
Completes facility maintenance checklist;
Completes attendance and non-employee accident reports;
Enforces facility rules and regulations;
Umpires games and keeps score; maintains adequate records.

RELATED TASKS:

Makes sure half field lights are on/off as needed;
Drags lines and rakes fields;
Checks facility use permits;
Replaces nets, bases, and plates;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

Some knowledge of team sports and related rules; ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships
with community officials, employees, volunteer groups, and the general public;

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of a valid State of Florida driver's license.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Must be able to lift and carry articles weighing up to 50 lbs., and push articles weighing up to 165 lbs. Must be able to
wear helmet, boots, and gloves.




RECREATION SERVICES/61-31, 64-12, 64-13, 64-14, 64-15
8/11/99
                                                                                           City of Boca Raton
                                                                                              Job Description

                  COMMUNITY SERVICE OFFICER-DETAINEE PROCESSING OFFICER
                                           N21



GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs responsible protective service work investigating accidents, enforcing parking regulations and
performing a variety of community service activities in the Police Department; does related work as
required. Work is performed under regular supervision.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Investigates traffic accidents and minor crimes; issues citations, if applicable, and testifies in court;
Directs traffic at intersections when necessary;
Helps with traffic control at special events;
Enforces parking regulations; issues citations for illegally parked cars:
Takes reports of stolen property, suspicious incidents and minor crimes over telephone;
Follows up on investigations of hit and run accidents;
Assists motorists with disabled vehicles;

RELATED TASKS:

Checks abandoned and disabled vehicles;
Transports police fleet vehicles to maintenance garage for servicing;
Directs traffic at intersections when necessary;
Acts as school crossing guard when necessary;
Performs office related tasks.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

General knowledge of traffic and parking ordinances; general knowledge of traffic laws and regulations;
ability to investigate traffic accidents and to determine causes of accidents; ability to enforce parking
regulations fairly and impartially; ability to handle people under stressful situations; ability to handle a variety
of record keeping functions; ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing, must be able to take and
pass community service officer aptitude examination at time of applying.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of a valid State of Florida driver’s license.




Police Services
6/01/06
                                                                                                      City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                         Job Description
                                          ATHLETIC PROGRAMS COORDINATOR
                                                        N20

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs difficult professional work in planning, organizing, and promoting athletic programs and special events; does
related work as required. Work is performed under general supervision. Supervision is exercised over subordinate full and
part-time program personnel.

ESSENTIAL FUNTIONS:

Plans, directs coordinates, schedules, promotes and evaluates athletic programs, and organizes leagues for various age
groups and other special programs;
Plans, organizes, and promotes special events involving City wide athletic competition;
Recommends and administers policies with respect to scheduling, safety, registration of participants, fee collections payment
of game officials, safety, and insurance; coordinates athletic field maintenance schedules and facilities; maintenance
schedule;
Keeps records and makes reports on game results, standings, participant rosters, and other activities;
Recommends all athletic budget requests and purchases of athletic equipment.

RELATED TASKS:

Composes routine correspondence;
Supervises games and competitions on site;
Publicizes upcoming athletic events and programs through the media;
Receives and responds to citizen complaints and inquiries on athletic programs and competitions;
Recommends for hire, trains, and supervises Athletic Supervisors and Recreation
Leaders; evaluates employee work performance;
Participates in public relations programs; attends community group meetings and social functions;
Inventories all player equipment and insures proper maintenance and storage;
Makes periodic inspections of competitive activities and evaluates programs;
Administers certification clinics for youth sport coaches;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

Comprehensive knowledge of major sports such as softball, football, and basketball and some knowledge of other sports;
comprehensive knowledge of modern principles and practices of recreation and physical education; ability to plan and
supervise the work of a staff of full and part time workers; thorough knowledge of turf maintenance and pesticide application
techniques; ability to establish and maintain effective working relationship with program participants and community officials,
employees, media personnel, volunteer groups, and the general public; ability to prepare technical and financial reports;
ability to communicate effectively, orally, and in writing; ability to prepare and maintain records.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from an accredited college or university with major
course work in recreation, physical education or related field and considerable professional experience in community or
group recreation activities in athletics.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of a State of Florida Class E Driver’s License. Position may require additional special licenses and certificates
by NRPA and FRPA or the ability to possess within one year of date of appointment to position.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Physically able to stand, walk, sit, climb, balance, stoop, crouch, reach, handle, speak, hear and see with correct color vision
and depth perception. Ability to lift and carry articles weighing up to 95 lbs. Ability to push articles weighing up to 165 lbs.
Ability to wear gloves. Exposure to extreme weather temperatures, electricity, heights up to 12 ft, dust, animals/insects, and
blood borne pathogens.


RS/600-3310
8/12/02
                                                                                                      City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                         Job Description

                                                 ATHLETIC SPECIALIST
                                                         U05

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs responsible semiskilled work in the operations and maintenance of a recreational facility; does related work as
required. Work is performed under regular supervision.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

Performs inspections of facility and grounds; completes daily maintenance checklist;
Opens and closes facility; ensures cleanliness of building;
Answers telephone inquiries about routine programs, procedures, and policies; relays and dispatches messages as required;
Maintains court and skating areas;
Sells passes, collects fees and registrations;
Operates cash register; handles money and makes change accurately;
Prepares daily/weekly/monthly cash sheets and reports; prepares daily deposits;

RELATED TASKS:

Performs routine custodial care of facility; sweeps and mops;
Gathers and disposes of trash and debris; cleans restrooms daily;
Assures cleanliness of grounds adjacent to building and court areas;
Assists with court, bench, and cue repairs or replacements;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

Some knowledge of recreational facility operations and general office techniques. Ability to operate cash register and make
simple arithmetical calculations. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with associates and the
general public and follow oral and written instructions. Knowledge of sports and ability to work with all age groups,
organizing, supervising and teaching some athletic skill. Knowledge of cleaning methods.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school and some experience in general
office procedures.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Must be able to lift and carry articles weighing up to 30 lbs., and push articles weighing up to 100 lbs. Exposure to extreme
temperatures and weather conditions, dust and electricity, heights of up to 10 feet.


Recreation Services/61-32
8/11/99
                                                                                                         City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                            Job Description
                                                  ATHLETIC SUPERVISOR I
                                                           N23

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs intermediate paraprofessional work in organizing, directing, and promoting athletic programs and special events at
a shuffleboard and skating facility, ball fields, or a field house; does related work as required. Work is performed under
general supervision. Supervision is exercised over part-time program personnel.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Plans, organizes, promotes and directs athletic and special events for all age groups involving competition;
Checks on programs and ensures compliance with established policies and procedures;
Works with youth organizations and other departments/divisions during programs and special events;
Plans and schedules work assignments; Forecasts budget requirements for programs;
Makes routine inspections of competitive activities and evaluates programs; prepares and submits work orders;
Recommends purchases of athletic equipment and solicits bids;
Hires, trains, assigns and monitors work of subordinates, including scorekeepers, timekeepers and umpires;
Develops new programs and leagues to meet needs of community;
Keeps records, researches and analyzes data and prepares reports and recommendations;
Resolves complaints from citizens.

RELATED TASKS:

Develops new programs and leagues to meet needs of community;
Inventories all player equipment and ensures proper maintenance and storage;
Calculates and recommends fee schedule for leagues; Keeps records and makes reports on league and other activities;
Performs field maintenance tasks as needed; Rakes, lines and replaces bases and plates;
Publicizes upcoming athletic events and programs; Negotiates with community schools for use of facilities;
Supervises work of vendors performing maintenance and repairs; Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

Thorough knowledge of sports such as baseball, volleyball, rugby, roller hockey, tennis, soccer, softball, football, and
basketball, and some knowledge of other sports; thorough knowledge of modern principles and practices of recreation and
physical education; ability to plan and supervise the work of subordinates; ability to establish and maintain effective working
relationships with community officials, employees, media personnel, volunteer groups, and the general public; ability to
prepare technical and financial reports; ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing; ability to prepare and
maintain records; ability to make unpopular decisions relative to calling off games and other activities due to adverse
weather conditions or unruly behavior by participants and/or spectators. Knowledge of shuffleboard and/or
skateboarding/rollerblading is preferred

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from an accredited community college with major
course work in recreation, physical education or related field and some experience in community or group recreation
activities in athletics and program administration.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of a valid State of Florida driver's license. Position may require additional special licenses and certificates by
NRPA and FRPA. Must be available to be on call 7 days a week, 24 hours a day.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Must be able to lift and carry articles weighing up to 50 lbs., and push articles up to 165 lbs. Must be able to wear helmet,
safety glasses, safety belt, safety shoes/boots, and gloves. Exposure to temperature extremes, noise, electricity, heights up
to 12 ft., dust, animals/insects, and bloodborne pathogens.


RECREATION SERVICES/61-31 & 64-12 & 64-13
10/10/98
                                                                                                           City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                              Job Description
                                                  ATHLETIC SUPERVISOR II
                                                           N28


GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs difficult professional and administrative work planning, organizing, scheduling and evaluating athletic leagues and
programs; does related work as required.

Work is performed under general supervision.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Plans, organizes, schedules and evaluates athletic leagues and programs for various age groups, coordinates the
maintenance, operation and repairs of the gymnasium Field House, In-line/Basketball courts and 6 baseball fields;
Schedules athletics staff for programs and special events, training, performance evaluations;
Prepares and administrates the athletic components of the BTD/Sugar Sand Park budget, purchases supplies and
equipment, collects fees for leagues and instructors;
Develops new programs and special events for participants, makes community contacts, recruits instructors, officials and
scorekeepers, determines fee and schedules, prepares news releases;
Maintains records (i.e. participation, revenue, expenditures) and prepares reports relating to athletic activities, writes related
correspondence;
Recommends and administers policies with respect to scheduling, safety, registration of participants , fee collection, payment
of game officials and other independent contractors.

RELATED TASKS:

Makes recommendations for hire, trains and supervises staff;
Prepares budget for athletic components of Sugar Sand Park
Composes routine correspondence;
Makes periodic inspections of competitive activities and evaluates programs;
Oversees the collection and processing of collected revenue;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

Thorough knowledge of sports such as basketball, in-line hockey, softball, baseball, volleyball, badminton, and some
knowledge of other sports. Comprehensive knowledge of modern principles and practices of recreation and physical
education; ability to plan and supervise the work of full and part time staff; ability to establish and maintain effective working
relationship with program participants and community officials, employees, media personnel, volunteer groups, and the
general public; ability to prepare technical and financial reports; ability to communicate effectively, orally, and in writing;
ability to prepare and maintain records. Ability to operate computer, portable radio, fax, ballfield/facility lights and timers.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Graduation from an accredited college or university with major course work in recreation, physical education or related field
and at least 2 years full-time experience operating and/or supervising athletic activities and facilities.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of valid State of Florida driver's license. Position may require licenses and certificates by NRPA and FRPA or
the ability to possess within one year of date of appointment to position.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Must be able to lift and carry articles weighing up to 50 lbs., and push articles up to 165 lbs. Must be able to wear helmet,
safety glasses, safety belt, safety shoes/boots, and gloves. Exposure to temperature extremes, noise, electricity, heights up
to 12 ft., dust, animals/insects, and bloodborne pathogens.




RECREATION SERVICES/64-13
10/10/98
                                                                                                  City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                     Job Description
                                          AUTOMOTIVE SUPERINTENDENT
                                                     X37

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs difficult, technical, and responsible administrative work supervising the servicing, maintenance and repair of
automotive equipment at the City's equipment repair shop; does related work as required. Work is performed under
general supervision. Supervision is exercised over all automotive maintenance personnel.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Plans, schedules, directs, and supervises the work of mechanics engaged in the repair and maintenance of municipal
automotive equipment;
Provides technical advice to subordinates; evaluates the work performance of employees;
Oversees operation of the automotive fuel system, keeping abreast with current government regulations;
Prepares garage budget estimates and other regular and special reports;
Supervises the data collection for all automotive maintenance operational records;

RELATED TASKS:

Supervises the keeping of an inventory of spare automotive parts and supplies;
Diagnoses problems, writes repair orders, and supervises and inspects the major repair, overhaul, and maintenance
of automotive equipment;
Evaluates municipal fleet requirements, recommends purchase of new automotive equipment and of shop equipment
and supplies;
Trains technical and service staff; recommends promotion, demotion, and disciplinary action;
Oversees the preparation of new vehicles before routing to department;
Assists in developing operational policies and procedures;
Provides technical assistance to other departments for specialized equipment;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

Thorough knowledge of the principles and practices of automotive repair shop management; thorough knowledge of
the characteristics and maintenance needs of a wide variety of automotive and mechanical equipment; thorough
knowledge of the principles of operation of gasoline and diesel engines and/or of the repair and maintenance
characteristics of a variety of earth moving and other construction and special equipment; thorough knowledge of
business practices applicable to garage management; general knowledge of business or public administration; ability
to plan and supervise the work of an automotive maintenance operation; ability to maintain an effective working
relationship with City officials, associates, and the public.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school or vocational school
supplemented by course work in heavy and light equipment maintenance and extensive experience in the
maintenance and repair of automotive and/or construction equipment including considerable supervisory experience.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of valid State of Florida driver's license, (State of Florida Class “B” CDL driver’s license preferred).

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Must be able to lift, carry and push articles weighing up to 50 lbs. Must be able to wear hard hat/helmet, safety
glasses, goggles, safety belt, safety shoes, hearing protector, gloves, and welder's helmet. Exposure to noise,
moving mechanical parts, vibration, dust, vapors, fumes, toxic metals, mist, gases, and smoke.

MUNICIPAL SERVICES/44-31
2/28/05
                                                                                                       City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                          Job Description
                                                 Background Investigator
                                                          X33

General Description of Duties

Under the general direction of the Captain, Professional Standards, this position performs specialized technical work
conducting comprehensive background investigations in order to determine the moral character and eligibility of potential
employees.

Typical Functions

Performs complete, thorough, and comprehensive background investigations and reviews for potential employees
Determines applicants suitability by confirming and analyzing information provided and/or discovered during the background
investigation
Conducts and reviews credit and criminal history checks through FCIC/NCIC/BCIC
Contacts law enforcement agencies in areas where individual currently or formerly resided
Reviews applicant’s files, and contacts former employers and references for the purpose of determining and recommending
applicants’ eligibility for employment/hire.
Uses investigative skills to uncover and follow-up on leads, which may indicated and applicant’s ethical and moral suitability
for employment.
Coordinates and administers candidate testing, including the T.A.B.E., C.J.B.A.T., B-Pad, video and oral tests, etc.
Travels out of area to conduct personal reference checks as needed
Attends job fairs and other recruitment activities
Administers polygraph to applicants and makes recommendations based on analysis of results

Related Tasks

Maintains departmental records and updates related documents, as applicable to the background investigation function
Other duties as assigned

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

Knowledge of analytical research techniques
Thorough knowledge of Federal, State, and Local employment laws and regulations with respect to recruitment.
Ability to effectively interview people and obtain confidential information
Ability to select pertinent data from a variety of source materials
Ability to express ideas in present factual information effectively, verbally and in writing
Ability to interpret and explain laws, ordinances and regulations to the public and those making application for employment.
Ability to make sound recommendations concerning employment
Ability to understanding follow verbal and written instructions of a simple or complex nature
Ability to prepare and submit complete and concise work products
Ability to attend job fairs and other recruitment functions
Skill in the operation of technical polygraph instruments
Ability to read and interpret results from polygraph to determine candidate’s moral and ethical suitability for employment.
Ability to exercise independent discretion.
Skill in the use of a city operated vehicle

Education and Experience

Any experience equivalent to graduation from an accredited college with an Associates Degree in Business Administration,
Criminal Justice, Human Resources Management or related field, and a minimum three (3) years of experience in
conducting comprehensive background investigations, to include reviewing applicant files, conducting criminal history checks
and interviewing former employers and references; previous law enforcement and/or polygraph experience preferred.

Special Requirements

Position of a valid State of Florida Drivers License. May work irregular hours to conduct reference checks or make contact
with witnesses on off business hours or weekends. Some out of area travel required (approximately 15%).

Police Services 22/01
6/1/04
                                                                                                        City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                           Job Description
                                               BATTALION / DIVISION CHIEF
                                                           F7

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs responsible supervisor or administrative work in fire operations, fire prevention, emergency medical services, or fire
fighting activities. Responsible for the continuity of operations and coordination of a shift; does related work as required.
Work is performed under general supervision. Supervision is exercised over subordinate staff.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

The Battalion / Division Chief supervises subordinate personnel assigned to fire stations on an assigned shift;
The Battalion / Division Chief assigns apparatus and personnel for most efficient and effective operations;
The Battalion / Division Chief assigns and coordinates daily work schedules for shift companies;
The Battalion / Division Chief responds to multi unit emergency calls as commander during twenty-four hour shift;
The Battalion / Division Chief supervises and evaluates on-going EMS activities;
The Battalion / Division Chief coordinates with City's Medical Director;
The Battalion / Division Chief coordinates the utilization of staff and auxiliary services at the platoon level;
The Battalion Chief acts as Department Training Officer, conducting specialized courses of instruction, preparing training
materials, implementing a physical training program etc.
The Battalion / Division Chief supervises and coordinates special operations for the department;
The Battalion / Division Chief supports and assists the Fire Chief in the operation of the Fire Rescue Services Department

RELATED TASKS:

The Battalion / Division Chief evaluates performance, and recommends discipline;
The Battalion / Division Chief represents the Department at service and professional meetings;
The Battalion / Division Chief interfaces with fire dispatchers and procedures.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

The Battalion / Division Chief has knowledge and experience in planning, organizing, and directing multiple station fire
service operations;
The Battalion / Division Chief assists in policy development and implementation in specialized phases of fire sciences;
The Battalion / Division Chief has the ability to determine and direct the proper development of companies at the scene of an
emergency to efficiently utilize manpower and equipment.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Must have a minimum of three (3) years as a Captain/EMS Captain on the local force, with a minimum of twenty-one (21)
college credits in Fire Science at an accredited college offering a degree program in Fire Engineering or Fire Science fields.
Or must be certified by the State of Florida as a Fire Officer II. Personnel receiving State Certified Paramedic bonus may
apply three (3) credits toward the Fire Science criteria.

MEDICAL REQUIREMENTS:

Must comply with NFPA 1582 Standard on Comprehensive Occupational Medical Program for Fire Departments, 2007
Edition, or most current Edition.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Must possess a State of Florida Firefighter and Paramedic Certification along with a valid State of Florida Driver's license.
Effective for all employees hired on or after 10/01/1990: The employee must be a non-smoker / non-user of tobacco (any
form) for at least one (1) year prior to application, remain smoke free during employment/application process and agree not
to smoke or use tobacco (in any form) on or off duty during the tenure of their employment.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Must have the use of sensory skills in order to effectively communicate and interact with other employees and the public
through the use of the telephone and personal contact as normally defined by the ability to see, read, talk, hear, handle or
feel objects and controls.
Physically capable to effectively use and operate various items of office related equipment, such as, but not limited to a
telephone, fire radio, personal computer, calculator, copy machine and fax machine.
Must have the physical capability to bend, stoop, stretch, climb (including ladders), and crawl into confined spaces while
wearing protective clothing and equipment.
                                                                                                    City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                       Job Description
Must have the ability to perform tasks requiring balance, motor-coordination and dexterity.
Must have correct color vision and depth perception as noted in NFPA 1582.
Must be able to lift and carry articles weighing up to 75 lbs. and push articles weighing up to 150 lbs.
Must be able to wear hard hat/helmet, face-shield, safety glasses, goggles, safety belt, respirator, safety shoes/boots,
coveralls, gloves, bunker gear, and other Body Substance Isolation gear (BSI).
Must be able to endure exposure to extreme temperatures and weather conditions.
Must be able to work safely around energized electrical equipment, heights, noise, moving mechanical parts, confined
spaces, vibration, radiation, dust, vapors, fumes, toxic metals, sensitizers, poisons, animals/insects, mist, gases, smoke,
irritants, asphyxiants, and blood-borne pathogens utilizing necessary safety equipment.

FIRE/RESCUE SERVICES/25-12

11/2006
                                           Battalion Chief’s Administrative Aide
                                                            U23

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

The Battalion Chiefs’ administrative aid shall be responsible for the administrative coordination of scheduling issues, the
movement of paperwork to and from stations, maintaining the vacation and leave schedules, hiring of overtime personnel to
meet staffing needs and shortages, moving vehicles for maintenance issues, and assisting the Battalion Chief with other
administrative work as necessary.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

The Battalion Chiefs’ Aid is responsible for maintaining the daily shift roster with the appropriate adjustments as necessary.
The shift roster must be completed each morning by 0700 and faxed to all stations.
The Battalion Chiefs’ Aid is responsible for coordinating the daily shift training with the operational units and notifying the
stations of the training schedule.
The Battalion Chiefs’ Aid is responsible for maintaining the leave schedules for the operational shift personnel.
The Battalion Chiefs’ Aid is responsible for maintaining the station’s TAPIRS manuals, Rules and Regulations, and station
files with the appropriate forms and papers.
The Battalion Chiefs’ Aid will assist in the transfer of units from one vehicle to another for the purposes of maintenance or
repairs. During the transfer, the aid will assure that the unit is operationally ready with the required equipment. The aid will
record any equipment removed from a unit to complete an inventory. The aid will maintain a status board with a list of all
equipment and the current status of the equipment.
The Battalion Chiefs’ Aid will assist the mechanics to move apparatus to and from repair shops, secure tools, equipment and
drugs from the units prior to the repair, and maintain control of the equipment while it is out of service.
The Battalion Chiefs’ Aid will perform weekly status and maintenance checks on Water Rescue 53.

RELATED TASKS:

The Battalion Chief’s Aid will receive communications from the Fire Stations and manage daily issues with the field.
The Battalion Chiefs’ aid will coordinate with the Fire Mechanic and the Department Training Officer to manage the daily
schedule of events for the Battalion Chief.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

The Battalion Chiefs’ Aid must have specific knowledge of the TAPIRS, Standard Operating Procedures, Rules and
Regulations of the Department as well as the city.
The Battalion Chiefs’ Aid must have local knowledge of the city streets, addresses, and location of the vendors with witch the
city does business.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Must have specific knowledge of the administrative operations of the Battalion Chiefs’ office.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of a valid State of Florida Class "E". (Recommend a Commercial Drivers License – CDL. The CDL will require
drug testing in accordance with Federal Regulations)
Effective for all employees hired on or after 10/01/1990: The employee must be a non-smoker / non-user of tobacco (any
form) for at least one (1) year prior to application, remain smoke free during employment/application process and agree not
to smoke or use tobacco (in any form) on or off duty during the tenure of their employment.
The Battalion Chiefs aid must undergo and pass a background check.



FIRE/RESCUE SERVICES
11/28/05
                                                                                                               City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                                  Job Description
                                         BEAUTIFICATION OPERATIONS SUPERVISOR
                                                          X34

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs complex technical and intermediate administrative work supervising beautification maintenance and renovation in the City;
does related work as required. Work is performed under supervision. Supervision is exercised over all division personnel.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Plans, organizes, directs, and schedules work projects and assigns staff and equipment;
Oversees monitoring of maintenance contracts on City roadway medians;
Oversees the propagation of plants by cuttings, seeding and grafting;
Supervises the planting of turf, trees, shrubs and ground covers in roadway medians;
Inspects all supplies delivered to ensure proper quality and condition;
Supervises the work of assigned crew and trains new employees in planting, spraying, pruning and propagation of plants;
Supervises contract maintenance supervisor’s inspections;
Makes tours to inspect and determine the condition of roadway medians to determine their needs for horticulture maintenance;
Checks projects for progress and for conformance to work plans and orders;
Coordinates the use of available equipment, materials and personnel to obtain maximum effectiveness and economy;
Evaluates the work performance of employees; counsels employees;
Prepares a variety of reports on activities;
Prepares beautification program maintenance budget forecasts; budgets and monitors same.

RELATED TASKS:

Coordinates permits with County and/or State officials to renovate of place new plantings and irrigation equipment in roadways;
Supervises roadway mapping system inventory for accurate accountings of plant material;
Inspects major irrigation systems breaks and coordinates repairs;
Maintains records; estimates time requirements for projects; prepares requisitions for materials and supplies;
Oversees the maintenance of daily attendance records and payroll time cards;
Works in coordination with the Landscape Architect/Municipal Services to design and construct and/or renovate medians;
Receives requests for emergency and unscheduled work and coordinates completion of tasks;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

Comprehensive knowledge of the methods and practices of, and the equipment and tools used in the repair and/or maintenance of
roadway medians and related City facilities and the City’s Comprehensive Beautification Program; thorough knowledge of the
occupational hazards and safety precautions or the work and related equipment operation; skill in the use of the equipment and
tools of the trade; ability to prepare plans and detailed reports; ability to plan and supervise the work of semiskilled, and unskilled
workers; ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with associates, contractors, and the general public.
Knowledge of budget preparation, forecasting and administration of financial accounting systems.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Bachelor degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in park management, horticulture, forestry or
related field and 10 years experience supervising, planning, organizing, and maintaining all types of landscape settings and familiar
with native plant installation best suited for roadway median use.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of a valid State of Florida Class “E” driver’s license. Registration as a Florida Certified Nursery Professional and
Certified Landscape Inspector.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Must be able to lift, carry and push articles weighing up to 50 lbs. Must be able to wear hard hat/helmet, safety glasses, safety belt,
safety shoes/boots, hearing protector, respirator, face shield, gloves, and safety harness. Exposure to extreme temperatures and
weather conditions, electricity, heights (up to 20 ft.), noise, moving mechanical parts, dust, vapors, fumes, poisons, confined
spaces, toxic metals, and animals/insects




RECREATION SERVICES/62-31
11/26/01
                                                                                                     City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                        Job Description
                                              BENEFITS ADMINISTRATOR
                                                        X30


GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs intermediate paraprofessional work relative to the administration and servicing of various employee benefit
programs. Work is performed under regular supervision.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Administers and coordinates the operation of the City’s fully insured health plan and other employee benefit plans;
Assists in establishing procedures for assigned programs and revises procedures, pamphlets, and forms as necessary;
Develops written explanations; gives oral presentations to employee groups;
Counsels individual employees relative to various employee benefit plans, employee health insurance, wellness programs,
universal life insurance, 457 deferred compensation, 401(a) money purchase plan, Roth IRA plan, Retiree Health Savings
(RHS) plan, Section 125, dependent daycare plan, health, COBRA plan, etc.; advises management of plan design problems
and recommends corrective actions;
In-house data entry for all benefit plans;
On-line data entry for all benefit vendors;
Ensures that the City benefit programs are administered in accordance with applicable laws, contracts, policies, and
procedures;
Assist in the design, development, and administration of the City's Wellness Program.

RELATED TASKS:

Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

General knowledge and experience in employee benefit programs and concepts including office terminology procedures and
equipment. Must have the ability to clearly and concisely communicate both orally and in writing with employees with
reference to their benefits. Knowledge of and ability to maintain various benefit records and prepare reports from such
sources. Must have the ability to make decisions in accordance with laws, ordinances, regulations, and established policies
on all employee benefits. Ability to use computers with related software. Knowledge of research methods and sources of
relevant benefit data. Ability to analyze data and to prepare clear and concise reports. Ability to establish and maintain
effective relationships with supervisors, managers, directors, other employees, and the general public.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from an accredited community college and
considerable experience in the administration of employee benefit programs. Must have a Class E driver’s license.




FINANCIAL SERVICES/12-44
1/9/2007
                                                                                               City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                  Job Description

                                              BOARD SECRETARY
                                            UNCLASSIFIED – ON-CALL
                                                     U15



GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs responsible clerical work creating and maintaining public records including taking and transcribing minutes
for board or committee meetings. Work is performed under regular supervision.


TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Takes minutes at assigned board or committee meetings;
Transcribes minutes of board or committee meetings.

RELATED TASKS:

Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

General knowledge of standard office practices, procedures, equipment, and secretarial techniques; general
knowledge of business English and spelling; ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with City
officials, associates, and the general public; ability to organize and perform work independently; ability to type
accurately at 40 WPM; ability to take and transcribe dictation at a reasonable rate of speed; skilled in the use of a
word processing program.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school with some experience in
transcription work.




CITY MANAGER /04-06
6/3/03
                                                                                               City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                  Job Description
                                                 BUDGET ANALYST
                                                      X33


GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs intermediate professional work in the preparation and analysis of the City's operating and capital
improvement budgets; does related work as required. Work is performed under regular supervision.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Coordinates in the preparation of the City's annual budget document;
Compiles special reports or summaries affecting various segments of the budget;
Coordinates the preparation of the City’s 5-Year Capital Improvements Program document;
Assists in the maintenance of the database and related reports of the City’s annual budget forecasting model which
projects revenues and expenses over a 3 year period;
Prepares fiscal impact statements on all ordinances and resolutions presented to Council for action;
Performs a variety of budgetary support services;
Lays out, reproduces, and assembles all proposed budget documents and final CIP and Annual Budget documents;
Assists in Truth in Millage (TRIM) compliance procedures;
Monitors and maintains project account functions

RELATED TASKS:

Analyzes financial data presented by all departments to determine its accuracy and compliance with
budgeting procedures;
Confers with department heads and/or division heads to obtain additional information when required;
Conducts annual surveys of surrounding municipalities and other taxing authorities regarding proposed and final
mileage rates, water rates, utility service taxes, and garbage fees;
Works with non-profit organizations that formally request funding from the City by collecting information from them
required by Council to make their decisions;
Budget review and approval of all capital purchase requests.
Serves as Budget Director when required;
Answers questions in regards to proposed and final tax bills;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

General knowledge of the theories, principles, practices, and techniques of municipal FINANCIAL SERVICES and
budgeting;
general knowledge of the State laws and local ordinances applicable to budget preparation, approval, and
administration; general knowledge of the functions and operation of City agencies; ability to analyze and develop
budget estimates; ability to conduct detailed research and prepare reports and findings; ability to establish and
maintain effective working relationships with City officials and associates; skill in the operation of personal
computers, data processing equipment, copy machine, and punch and binding machines; ability to operate all
office equipment.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from an accredited college or university
with major course work in accounting, public financial services or related field and some professional experience in a
municipal budget office.




CITY MANAGER/04-21
2/11/02
                                                                                                       City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                          Job Description
                                                   BUDGET ASSISTANT
                                                         N24


GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:
Performs intermediate clerical and technical work assisting in the preparation of the City's annual budget; does related work
as required. This position reports directly to the Budget Analyst. Work is performed under general supervision.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:
Handles a variety of routine administrative and technical divisional assignments;
Composes and types letters, memoranda, reports, and other documents independently from brief instructions in
conformance with policies;
Maintains division staff calendar and schedules;
Opens and distributes staff mail;
Prepares and maintains division files;
Enters budget data into spreadsheets, databases, and other documents;
Assists in the processing of budget transfers
Assists in preparation of the City's annual budget document;
Compiles basic reports or summaries affecting various segments of the budget;
Assists in preparation of the City's 5-year Capital Improvements Program Document;
Assists in preparing fiscal impact statements on ordinances and resolutions presented to Council for action;
Assists in layout, reproduction and assembly of all proposed budget documents and final CIP and Annual Budget
documents;
Performs a variety of basic budgetary support services.

RELATED TASKS:
Analyzes budget and CIP documents presented by all departments to determine their compliance with budgeting procedure
formats;
Conducts annual surveys of surrounding municipalities and other taxing authorities regarding proposed and final millage
rates, water rates, utility service taxes, garbage fees and other information that may be necessary;
Provides training to user departments regarding budget and CIP procedures and formats;
Provides budget and CIP technical assistance;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:
General knowledge of municipal finance and budgeting; general knowledge of the functions and operation of City agencies,
ability to conduct research and prepare reports and findings; ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships
with City officials and associates; extensive skill in the operation of personal computers, copy machine, various computer
software applications; ability to operate all office equipment. Ability to type 35 WPM or better. Working knowledge of
Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Access.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school, experience in a municipal budget
office, and extensive knowledge and experience in operating personal computers and related software.



CITY MANAGER/OMB/04-21
2/9/03
                                                                                               City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                  Job Description
                                          BUILDING INSPECTOR (on-call)
                                                      U33

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs technical work in the inspection of building plans and construction for compliance with the building code;
does related work as required. Work is performed under regular supervision.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Reviews building plans and inspects buildings in the process of construction, alteration or repair for compliance with
City, County, State, and Federal building code requirements;
Checks quality of materials and methods of construction;
Checks footings and slab for proper setback requirements;
Makes inspections on existing building for hazardous conditions; checks sheeting, roofing, framing, insulation,
exterior, and interior lath, structural failures, or improper uses; follows-up on same;
Makes final inspections;
Where construction is not being made in compliance with regulations as to methods and/or materials, issues warning
and stop-work orders as necessary;
Testifies in court on code violation cases;

RELATED TASKS:

Answers telephone inquiries from the public regarding codes and ordinances;
Answers questions from citizens, contractors, and builders; checks plans to determine compliance with codes;
Prepares reports and maintains records of work performed;
Investigates complaints and takes appropriate action; follows up on same;
Testifies in Court;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

General knowledge of all types of building construction materials, methods, and stages of construction when possible
violations and defects may be most easily observed and corrected; general knowledge of City building code and
related laws and ordinances; ability to detect poor workmanship, inferior materials and hazards of fire and collapse;
ability to read and interpret plans, specifications and blueprints of ordinary complexity quickly and accurately and to
compare them with construction in process; ability to contact building owners, contractors and the public and effect
satisfactory working relationships; firmness and tact in enforcing building ordinances and codes.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school and considerable experience
in the building construction trade. Possession of General, Building, or Residential Contractors License or Licensed
as an Architect, Engineer of Special Inspector valid in the State of Florida preferred.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of a valid State of Florida driver’s license. Possession of a valid Standard Building Certification as an
inspector from the Department of Business and Professional Regulation in accordance with the requirements of
Florida Statute Chapter 468, or ability to obtain same within 12 months of employment.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Must be able to lift, carry and push articles weighing up to 20 lbs. Must be able to wear hard hat/helmet, safety
glasses, safety shoes, and gloves. Exposure to extreme temperatures, electrical hazards, noise, heights, and dust.



DEVELOPMENT SERVICES/15-13
10/10/98
                                                                                                          City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                             Job Description
                                                   BUILDING INSPECTOR I
                                                           N33

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs technical work inspecting building construction for compliance with approved plans and applicable city and state
codes. Does related work as required. Work is performed under regular supervision. A “Building Inspector I” is sub-classified
as to trade qualifications as either “Structural”, “Electrical”, “Plumbing” or “Mechanical”. This is an entry-level position.
Previous inspection experience is desirable but not mandatory.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Inspects buildings in the process of construction, alteration or repair for compliance with applicable City, County, and State
code requirements;
Insures that materials are installed and that buildings are built in substantial compliance with approved plans and
specifications;
Makes inspections on existing building for hazardous conditions; where it is determined that hazardous conditions exist,
issues appropriate notices and follows up to insure that the conditions are abated in accordance with the applicable codes
and regulations.
Makes final inspections; issues warning and stop-work orders as necessary where construction is not being made in
compliance with regulations as to methods and/or materials;
Testifies in court on code violation cases;

RELATED TASKS:

Answers telephone inquiries from the public regarding codes and ordinances;
Answers questions from citizens, contractors, and builders;
Prepares reports and maintains records of work performed;
Investigates complaints and takes appropriate action; follows up on same;
Performs other related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

General knowledge of all types of building construction, building construction materials, construction methods and at least
one area of technical expertise in either the structural, electrical, mechanical or plumbing fields; general knowledge of City
and State building codes and related laws and ordinances; ability to detect poor workmanship, inferior materials and hazards
that endanger life and property; ability to read and interpret plans, specifications and blueprints of ordinary complexity quickly
and accurately and to compare them with construction in process; the ability to read, understand and interpret building
codes; the ability to communicate effectively with building owners, contractors, other city employees and the general public;
the ability to enforce codes and regulations with firmness and tact; the ability to organize and write reports and to maintain
paper and computer based records.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school. Considerable experience in one or
more of the building construction trades. The preferred candidate will possess a State of Florida certification or registration
as a contractor qualified to supervise and perform construction work in one or more of the technical sub-classifications or
possess current licensure as an Architect or Professional Engineer in the State of Florida. Candidates must be able to
demonstrate sufficient experience to qualify for and obtain provisional licensure as an inspector in the appropriate sub-
category from the State of Florida, Building Code Administrators and Inspectors Board within 90 days of employment or,
possess Standard Certification as an inspector in the appropriate sub-category at the time of employment.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of a valid State of Florida driver’s license. Possession of a valid Standard Inspector Certification in an
appropriate sub-category from the State of Florida, Department of Business and Professional Regulation, Building Code
Administrators and Inspectors Board in accordance with the requirements of Florida Statute Chapter 468, or the ability to
obtain provisional certification within 90 days of employment. Individuals employed as provisional inspectors shall remain in
a probationary employment status until such time as Standard Certification is obtained or for a period of one year, whichever
is longer.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:
Must be able to lift, carry and push articles weighing up to 25 lbs. Must be able to wear hard hat/helmet, safety glasses,
safety shoes, and gloves. Exposure to extreme temperatures, electrical hazards, noise, heights, and dust are common.
Must be able to climb ladders and must have the physical agility to be able to enter into and inspect hazardous locations.
DEVELOPMENT SERVICES/15-11
10/01/04
                                                                                                         City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                            Job Description
                                                   BUILDING INSPECTOR II
                                                            N34

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs advanced technical work inspecting building construction for compliance with approved plans and applicable city
and state codes; assists in the review and evaluation of plans for compliance with applicable codes; does related work as
required. Work is performed under regular supervision. A “Building Inspector II” is sub-classified as to trade qualifications as
“Structural”, “Electrical”, “Plumbing” or “Mechanical”. An applicant for this position must meet all of the education and
experience requirements for the “Building Inspector I” position, hold or be eligible for additional license classifications and
have additional inspection work experience, all as noted below.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Inspects buildings in the process of construction, alteration or repair for compliance with applicable City, County, and State
code requirements;
Insures that materials are installed and that buildings are built in substantial compliance with approved plans and
specifications;
Makes inspections on existing building for hazardous conditions; Where it is determined that hazardous conditions exist,
issues appropriate notices and follows up to insure that the conditions are abated in accordance with the applicable codes
and regulations.
Makes final inspections; issues warnings and stop-work orders as necessary where construction is not being made in
compliance with regulations as to methods and/or materials;
Assists in the review and evaluation of plans for compliance with applicable city and state codes;
Testifies in court on code violation cases.

RELATED TASKS:

Answers telephone inquiries from the public regarding codes and ordinances;
Answers questions from citizens, contractors, and builders;
Prepares reports and maintains records of work performed;
Investigates complaints and takes appropriate action; follows up on same;
Assists in the review and evaluation of building plans for compliance with all applicable codes;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

General knowledge of all types of building construction, building construction materials, construction methods and at least
one area of technical expertise in either the structural, electrical, mechanical or plumbing fields; general knowledge of City
and State building codes and related laws and ordinances; ability to detect poor workmanship, inferior materials and hazards
that endanger life and property; ability to read and interpret plans, specifications and blueprints of ordinary complexity quickly
and accurately and to compare them with construction in process; the ability to read, understand and interpret building codes
and to assist in the evaluation of building permit application documents for compliance with those codes; the ability to
communicate effectively with building owners, contractors, other city employees and the general public; the ability to enforce
codes and regulations with firmness and tact; the ability to organize and write reports and to maintain paper and computer
based records.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school. Considerable experience in one or
more of the building construction trades and at least one year of professional employment as an inspector employed by an
agency with building code regulatory authority. The preferred candidate will possess a State of Florida certification or
registration as a contractor qualified to supervise and perform construction work in one or more of the technical sub-
classifications or current licensure as an Architect or Professional Engineer in the State of Florida. Applicants must possess
standard licensure as an inspector, in one or more of the appropriate sub-categories, from the State of Florida Building Code
Administrators and Inspectors Board at the time of application. Provisional certification may not be substituted for this
requirement. Applicants must possess standard certification as a Plan Examiner in one or more of the appropriate sub-
categories at the time of employment or, in the alternative, the applicant shall demonstrate, to the satisfaction of the Chief
Code Administrator, that the applicant meets or exceeds all of the current criteria utilized by the State of Florida, Department
of Business and Professional Regulation, Building Code Administrator’s and Inspector’s Board for the granting of a
provisional plan examiners license.
                                                                                                     City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                        Job Description
SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of a valid State of Florida driver’s license. Possession of one or more valid Standard Inspector Certifications in
an appropriate sub-category from the State of Florida, Department of Business and Professional Regulation, Building Code
Administrator’s and Inspector’s Board in accordance with the requirements of Florida Statute Chapter 468, and one or more
Standard Certifications, or the applicant must apply for and obtain a provisional certification within 90 days of employment,
as a Plan Examiner in an appropriate sub-category from the same board. Probationary employees who fail to obtain requisite
provisional licensure within 90 days of employment may be terminated upon a determination by the Chief Code Administrator
that provisional licensure is not forthcoming. Individuals employed on the basis of their ability to obtain one or more
provisional plan examiners licenses shall remain in a probationary employment status until such time as at least one
Standard Certification as a Plan Examiner is obtained or for a period of one year, whichever is longer.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Must be able to lift, carry and push articles weighing up to 40 lbs. Must be able to wear hard hat/helmet, safety glasses,
safety shoes, and gloves. Exposure to extreme temperatures, electrical hazards, noise, heights, and dust are common.
Must be able to climb ladders and must have the physical agility to be able to enter into and inspect hazardous locations.


DEVELOPMENT SERVICES/15-11
10/01/04
                                                                                                         City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                            Job Description
                                                  BUILDING INSPECTOR III
                                                           N35

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs advanced technical work inspecting building construction for compliance with approved plans and applicable city
and state codes; assists in the review and evaluation of plans for compliance with applicable codes; does related work as
required. Work is performed under regular supervision. A “Building Inspector III” is sub-classified as to trade qualifications as
“Structural”, “Electrical”, “Plumbing” or “Mechanical”. An applicant for this position must meet all of the education and
experience requirements for the “Building Inspector II” position, hold or be eligible for additional license classifications and
have additional inspection work experience, all as noted below.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Inspects buildings in the process of construction, alteration or repair for compliance with applicable City, County, and State
code requirements;
Insures that materials are installed and that buildings are built in substantial compliance with approved plans and
specifications;
Makes inspections on existing building for hazardous conditions; Where it is determined that hazardous conditions exist,
issues appropriate notices and follows up to insure that the conditions are abated in accordance with the applicable codes
and regulations.
Makes final inspections; issues warnings and stop-work orders as necessary where construction is not being made in
compliance with regulations as to methods and/or materials;
Assists in the review and evaluation of plans for compliance with applicable city and state codes;
Assists and provides backup to the Deputy Building Official as required;
Testifies in court on code violation cases.

RELATED TASKS:

Answers telephone inquiries from the public regarding codes and ordinances;
Answers questions from citizens, contractors, and builders;
Prepares reports and maintains records of work performed;
Investigates complaints and takes appropriate action; follows up on same;
Assists in the review and evaluation of building plans for compliance with all applicable codes;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

General knowledge of all types of building construction, building construction materials, construction methods and at least
one area of technical expertise in either the structural, electrical, mechanical or plumbing fields; general knowledge of City
and State building codes and related laws and ordinances; ability to detect poor workmanship, inferior materials and hazards
that endanger life and property; ability to read and interpret plans, specifications and blueprints of ordinary complexity quickly
and accurately and to compare them with construction in process; the ability to read, understand and interpret building codes
and to assist in the evaluation of building permit application documents for compliance with those codes; the ability to
communicate effectively with building owners, contractors, other city employees and the general public; the ability to enforce
codes and regulations with firmness and tact; the ability to organize and write reports and to maintain paper and computer
based records.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school. Extensive experience in one or
more of the building construction trades at least 3 years of which consists of professional employment as an inspector
employed by an agency with building code regulatory authority. The preferred candidate will possess a State of Florida
certification or registration as a contractor qualified to supervise and perform construction work in one or more of the
technical sub-classifications or current licensure as an Architect or Professional Engineer in the State of Florida. Applicants
must possess Standard Certification as an inspector, in one or more of the appropriate sub-categories, from the State of
Florida Building Code Administrators and Inspectors Board at the time of application. Provisional certification may not be
substituted for this requirement. Applicants must possess Standard Certification as a Plan Examiner, in one or more of the
appropriate sub-categories, from the State of Florida Building Code Administrators and Inspectors Board at the time of
application. Provisional certification may not be substituted for this requirement. Applicants must possess standard
certification as a Building Code Administrator at the time of employment or promotion or, in the alternative, the applicant shall
demonstrate, to the satisfaction of the Chief Code Administrator, that the applicant meets or exceeds all of the current criteria
utilized by the State of Florida, Department of Business and Professional Regulation, Building Code Administrator’s and
Inspector’s Board (BCAIB) for the granting of a provisional Building Code Administrator license. Applicants hired or promoted
on the basis of this provisional licensure alternative must be found eligible to take the Building Code Administrator
                                                                                                     City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                        Job Description
examination by the BCAIB within 90 days of being hired or promoted and must obtain Standard Licensure within 24 months
of hire or promotion. Failure to meet either of these requirements will result in automatic demotion to Building Inspector II
until Standard Licensure is obtained.



SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of a valid State of Florida driver’s license is required. Possession of one or more valid Standard Inspector
Certifications and one or more Standard Plan Examiner Certifications in an appropriate sub-category from the State of
Florida, Department of Business and Professional Regulation, Building Code Administrator’s and Inspector’s Board in
accordance with the requirements of Florida Statute Chapter 468. Additionally, a Standard Certification from the BCAIB as a
Building Code Administrator or the applicant must apply for and be found qualified by the BCAIB to take the Building Code
Administrator exam within 90 days of employment and subsequently take and pass that examination within 24 months of hire
or promotion. Probationary employees who fail to obtain the requisite test qualification within 90 days of employment may be
terminated or demoted upon a determination by the Chief Code Administrator that “qualified” status is not forthcoming from
the BCAIB. Should the employee fail to pass the examination and obtain Standard Licensure within 24 months, demotion to
Building Inspector II is automatic.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Must be able to lift, carry and push articles weighing up to 40 lbs. Must be able to wear hard hat/helmet, safety glasses,
safety shoes, and gloves. Exposure to extreme temperatures, electrical hazards, noise, heights, and dust are common.
Must be able to climb ladders and must have the physical agility to be able to enter into and inspect hazardous locations.


DEVELOPMENT SERVICES/15-11
1/8/07
                                                                                                        City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                           Job Description
                                                    BUILDING OFFICIAL
                                                           D2


GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs advanced technical and administrative work overseeing the administration and enforcement of the building,
electrical, mechanical and plumbing codes; does related work as required. Work is performed under general supervision.
Supervision is exercised over all section personnel.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Plans, coordinates, and supervises building, electrical, mechanical and plumbing inspection activities with responsibility for
enforcing the laws, ordinances, and codes relating to the construction and alteration of buildings; Approves the issuance of
Certificates of Occupancy and notices of violation relating to construction; Monitors the efficiency and effectiveness of
subordinates’ activities. Plans and oversees plans examination, inspection activities and reviews all major permit
applications; Hears and makes investigations of complaints of inspection activities and takes appropriate action; Prepares
evidence and testifies on code violation cases; Maintains liaison with Federal, State, and local officials in the interest of
promoting uniform interpretation and enforcement of laws and regulation. Prepares amendments and additions to City Codes
related to Building Codes and Inspections Participates at the Emergency Operations Center during emergency situations
and oversees implementation of preparedness and recovery plans.

RELATED TASKS:

Prepares a variety of reports and correspondence on building code inspection compliance matters;
Presents cases to Builder’s Board of Adjustment and Appeals; Gives public addresses to professional and business groups
regarding the duties and objectives of the office; Coordinates inspection activities with the Permitting/Licensing section.
Prepares and administers the section budget; evaluates employee performance; Performs other tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

Comprehensive knowledge of the principles and practices of plan review and inspection issues relating to building, electrical,
and plumbing code enforcement; comprehensive knowledge of building, construction, engineering, and structural
engineering principles and practices; comprehensive knowledge of pertinent Federal, State, and local laws regarding
building code enforcement; ability to plan, direct, and coordinate the various phases of inspection services; ability to
supervise and evaluate the work of subordinates, ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with
employees, City, State, and Federal officials, and the general public; ability to present facts and recommendations effectively
in oral and written form; firmness and tact in enforcing building codes.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school and extensive experience in
building, electrical, and plumbing inspection work.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of a permanent State of Florida driver’s license. Possession of a valid Standard Certificate as Building Code
Administrator from the Department of Business and Professional Regulation, in accordance with the requirements of Florida
Statute Chapter 468.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:
Physically able to stand, walk, sit, stoop, crouch, reach, speak, hear and see. Must be able to lift and carry articles weighing
up to 25 pounds.


DEVELOPMENT SERVICES/15-13
10/1/01
                                                                                                     City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                        Job Description
                                          BUILDING MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR
                                                         N31

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs difficult paraprofessional and responsible administrative work supervising the servicing, maintenance and repair of
City-owned building and facilities; does related work as required.

Work is performed under general supervision. Supervises shop personnel.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

Plans, schedules and supervises the work of trades people engaged in the repair and maintenance of municipal buildings,
facilities and related equipment. Supervises the keeping of inventory of spare parts and supplies. Diagnoses problems,
writes repair orders and supervises and inspects the major repair, overhaul of maintenance of buildings and equipment.
Provides technical advise to trades people; evaluates the work performance of employees. Helps evaluate municipal
facilities; recommends purchase of new building equipment and shop equipment and supplies. Participates in the
preparation of the Facilities Maintenance budget. Prepares estimates and other special reports.

RELATED TASKS:

Maintains and supervises maintenance of cost and other records. Trains technical and service staff; recommends
promotion, demotion and disciplinary action. Maintains all building maintenance, preventive maintenance and equipment
files. Schedule vacation, leave of absence etc. for subordinates.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILL, AND ABILITIES:

Comprehensive knowledge of the principles and practices of building maintenance, thorough knowledge of the
characteristics and maintenance needs of a wide variety of building and mechanical equipment; comprehensive knowledge
of the hazards and safety precautions of large scale remodeling and repair of buildings and building related systems;
comprehensive knowledge of computerized building management systems and a computer based maintenance
management system; ability to maintain inventory control at minimum/maximum levels. Recommend addition or deletion of
stock item based on usage and availability.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school or vocational school supplement of
course work in computer based maintenance and building management systems; must have supervisory experience in
building maintenance or construction trades. Must have ability to read and interpret blue prints.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of a valid State of Florida Class “E” driver’s license.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Must be physically able to stand, walk, sit, climb, balance, stoop, crouch, reach, handle, speak, hear and see with correct
color vision and depth perception. Must be able to lift, carry and push articles weighing up to 50 lbs. Must be able to wear
hard hat/helmet, safety glasses, goggles, safety shoes, hearing protectors and gloves. Exposure to noise, vibration, dust,
vapors, fumes, toxic metals, gases and smoke.


MUNICIPAL SERVICES/44-14
                                                                                               City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                  Job Description
                                                        BUYER I
                                                          X31

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs intermediate professional work procuring a variety of services, supplies, materials, and equipment; does
related work as required. Work is performed under regular supervision.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Processes purchase requisitions and issues Purchase Orders; verifies available funding, and utilizes procurement
process in compliance with State and City purchasing regulations;
Develops and researches specifications; reviews specifications for clarity, accuracy and necessary related
information;
Develops and processes bids, request for proposals, quotations and compliance checklists;
Solicits, receives, and analyzes competitive bids, request for proposals and quotations;
Develops council recommendation letters for award and monitors vendor performance and assists the departments in
contract management;
Conducts bid openings, pre-bids and other meetings in accordance with the Sunshine law;
Act as chairperson for selection committees and assist Department in contract negotiations;
Researches a variety of sources, documents, etc. to ensure adequacy of specification in terms of clarity, precision,
and related criteria;
Meets and confers with department representatives regarding the preparation for bid packages, bid analysis,
evaluation, and award;
Monitors and updates status of annual contracts listing;
Researches and obtains Florida State contracts and Intergovernmental contracts;
Review and research of sole source procurement submittals from Departments;
Advises City departments and Vendor Community on procurement policies and procedures.

RELATED TASKS:

Assists assigned departments with purchasing activities;
Seeks new methods and practices to improve operational efficiency and effectiveness;
Issue purchase orders or contracts as applicable after award approval;
Keeps abreast of changes in policies, regulations and directives to determine effect on overall operations;
Provide training and develop solutions to contractual problems;
Develop plans for accomplishment of assigned functions to meet priorities, deadlines and implementation of goals
established by management;
Maintains assigned annual contracts for various services and commodities utilized by the City Departments;
Reviews small dollar procurements and develops possible new supply sources and possible new term contract;
Reviews bidder database and develops possible new supply sources;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

Able to exercise discretion and judgment in performing the procurement function; General knowledge of business
methods, markets, and purchasing practices; general knowledge of the laws relating to public purchasing; ability to
write clear and concise specifications; general knowledge of various grades and qualities of a variety of materials,
supplies and equipment used by the City; general knowledge of standard office procedures, practices and equipment;
ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with City officials, vendors, and the general public;
ability to express ideas clearly and concisely both orally and in written form; ability to handle multiple tasks and
prioritize workload; thorough knowledge and ability to use Microsoft Word, Excel & Outlook and ability to learn and
effectively utilize the City financial software (Sungard) and electronic bidding software (Ionwave).

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from an accredited college or university with
major course work in business administration, contract management or purchasing and some experience in the
procurement of materials, equipment, and supplies, preferably in government.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of a valid State of Florida Class “E” driver’s license

Financial Services/12-21
9/09
                                                                                               City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                  Job Description
                                                      BUYER II
                                                        X33

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs intermediate professional work procuring a variety of services, supplies, materials, equipment and
construction; does related work as required. Work is performed under regular supervision.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Processes purchase requisitions and issues Purchase Orders; verifies available funding, and utilized procurement
process in compliance with State and City purchasing regulations;
Develops and researches specifications; reviews specifications for clarity, accuracy and necessary related
information;
Develops and processes bids, request for proposals, quotations and compliance checklists;
Solicits, receives, and analyzes competitive bids, request for proposals and quotations;
Develops council recommendation letters for award and monitors vendor performance and assists the departments in
contract management;
Conducts bid openings, pre-bids and other meetings in accordance with the Sunshine law;
Act as chairperson for selection committees and assist Department in contact negotiations;
Researches a variety of sources, documents, etc. to ensure adequacy of specification in terms of clarity, precision,
and related criteria;
Meets and confers with department representatives regarding the preparation for bid packages, bid analysis,
evaluation, and award;
Monitors and updates status of annual contracts listing;
Researches and obtains Florida State contracts and Intergovernmental contracts;
Review and research of sole source procurement submittals from Departments;
Advises City departments and Vendor Community on procurement policies and procedures.

RELATED TASKS:

Assists assigned departments with purchasing activities;
Seeks new methods and practices to improve operational efficiency and effectiveness;
Issue purchase orders or contracts as applicable after award approval;
Keeps abreast of changes in policies, regulations and directives to determine effect on overall operations;
Provide training and develop solutions to contractual problems;
Develop plans for accomplishment of assigned functions to meet priorities, deadlines and implementation of goals
established by management;
Maintains assigned annual contracts for various services and commodities utilized by the City Departments;
Reviews small dollar procurements and develops possible new supply sources and possible new term contract;
Reviews bidder database and develops possible new supply sources;
Handles unique procurements;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

Able to exercise discretion and judgment in performing the procurement function; thorough knowledge of business
methods, markets, and purchasing practices; general knowledge of the laws relating to public purchasing; ability to
write clear and concise specifications; thorough knowledge of various grades and qualities of a variety of materials,
supplies and equipment used by the City; general knowledge of standard office procedures, practices and equipment;
ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with City officials, vendors, and the general public;
ability to express ideas clearly and concisely both orally and in written form; ability to handle multiple tasks and
prioritize workload; thorough knowledge and ability to use Microsoft Word, Excel & Outlook and ability to learn and
effectively utilize the City financial software (SunGard) and electronic bidding software (IonWave).

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from an accredited college or university with
major course work in business administration, contract management or purchasing and some experience in the
procurement of materials, equipment, and supplies, preferably in government.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of CPPB or equivalent procurement certification or possession of within 12 months of appointment.
Possession of a valid State of Florida Class “E” driver’s license

Financial Services/12-21 9/09
                                                                                                       City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                          Job Description
                                                  CAD ADMINISTRATOR
                                                         X31

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

The Incumbent in this position will be responsible for the performance of difficult technical work in a variety of civil
engineering design assignments. In conjunction with the management responsibilities of the Computer Aided Drafting (CAD)
system.


TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Implement and maintain consistent CAD standards and standard drawing methods;
Evaluate, recommend and Install CAD software and hardware;
Provide technical support and training on all CAD applications;
Maintain the CAD file system on the server;
Diagnose CAD system software problems, and implement solutions to ensure the systems appropriate operation;
Implements and maintains engineering design standards
Provide Engineering Services data for the Geographic Information System (GIS) project.
Designs and prepares roadway, drainage, water, reclaimed water, sanitary sewer. force mains, traffic signal, and pavement
marking construction plans utilizing CADD;
Design construction drawings for storm water utility management projects to meet compliance with Environmental Protection
Agency and National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System;
Prepares engineering cost estimates for capital improvement projects;
Performs mathematical computations to plot coordinates and alignments;
Prepares contract documents for Capital Improvement Projects;
Implement drawings to meet compliance with the safety guidelines of construction and traffic design standards.
Prepares correspondence pertaining to a variety of matters relating to construction projects;
Prepares necessary permit applications as required by Army Corps of Engineer, South Florida Water Management District,
Department of Environmental Protection, Palm Beach County Health Unit, Lake Worth Drainage District, Florida Department
of Transportation, Palm Beach County Land Development, Environmental Protection Agency and National Pollutant
Discharge elimination System:

RELATED TASKS:

Coordinate with information services on the Geographic Information System GIS;
Prepares construction plans for bridges, seawalls, culverts, pavement resurfacing and dredge and fill projects;
Performs field inspections on ongoing construction projects along with field inspection for verification of on-site drainage
systems;
Implements drawings to meet compliance with the safety guidelines of roadway, traffic and utility design standards, Supplies
public with information concerning on-going construction projects;
Attends reconstruction meetings with contractors to cover issues centered around design and construction of water, sewer
transpiration and drainage elements of a given project;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

Advanced knowledge of Autocad, and CADD management principles;
Thorough knowledge of basic construction and civil engineering principles, practices, and techniques: thorough knowledge
of engineering and business mathematics, surveying, and drafting thorough knowledge of standard Office procedures,
practices, and equipment; ability to operate computer and automated draining equipment and related software: general
knowledge of the principles and terminology of the legalities of real estate acquisition: general knowledge of the City
ordinances related to land improvement, ability to prepare technical engineering reports: ability to establish and maintain
effective working relationships with other employees, public and private agency officials, and the general public.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from an accredited community college with major
course work in engineering and considerable experience (5 to 7 years.) in water, sewer' roadway, drainage; Advance
knowledge of Autocad and CAD management techniques.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of a valid State of Florida Class 'E" driver's license.


Municipal Services/44-16
10/1/02
                                                                                                       City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                          Job Description
                                                CADD/GIS TECHNICIAN
                                                        X31

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs difficult technical work in a variety of engineering design assignments utilizing Computer-Aided.Design/Drafting
(CADD) and Geographical Information Systems (GIS) in support of City development activities; does related work as
required. Work is performed under regular supervision.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Maintains active communication with contractors, engineers, surveyors, government agencies and the general public for any
engineering or construction issues;
Operates computer workstation to update maps as new data is received relative to new subdivisions, developments, capital
improvement projects, and other projects;
Maintains and updates databases using GIS computer aided drafting and other software;
Develops and maintains links between various databases;
Prepares comments for and attends Project Advisory Review Committee meetings pertaining to proposed
engineering/construction projects;
Updates and maintains GIS maps of residential, commercial and governmental developments and properties;
Maintains documentation of engineering data and assists utility crews and the general public to locate utility lines and
easements;
Performs routine AutoCad and computer software maintenance and troubleshooting; maintains updated working and
technical knowledge of all enhancements and procedural changes to software and hardware applications; evaluates new
software to improve functionality, efficiency and performance of departmental operations;
Reviews plans and prepares comments for civil engineering projects for Public Works meeting; attends Public Works
meeting;

RELATED TASKS;

Supplies public with information concerning on-going construction projects;
Participates in the Utilities GIS mapping project;
Creates maps using GIS and AutoCAD software;
Coordinates with Information Services on the Geographic Information System GIS mapping;
Implements and maintains consistent CAD standards and standard drawing methods;
Evaluates, recommends and Installs CAD software and hardware;
Maintains the CAD file system on the server;
Implements and maintains engineering design standards
Ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing, maintains good working relationship, exercises initiative and sound
judgment.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

Thorough knowledge of basic construction and civil engineering principles, practices, and techniques; thorough knowledge
of engineering and business mathematics, surveying, and drafting; thorough knowledge of standard office procedures,
practices, and equipment; ability to operate computer and automated drafting equipment and related software; general
knowledge of the City ordinances related to land improvement, ability to prepare technical engineering reports; ability to
establish and maintain effective working relationships with other employees, public and private agency officials, and the
general public.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from an accredited community college with major
course work in civil engineering and considerable experience (5 to 7 years.) in water, sewer, roadway, drainage and CADD
engineering work, advanced knowledge of Autocad and CAD management techniques and experience in GIS, such as
ArcView and ArcGIS applications. This position requires knowledge of and proficiency in the use of computers and operating
systems, graphic workstations and input/output devices such as large format scanners and plotters.

UTILITY SERVICES/
8/28/07
                                                                                              City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                 Job Description

                                                   CAMP DIRECTOR
                                                        U15

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs intermediate work in organizing, directing and coordinating a summer camp; does related work as required.
Work is performed under general supervision. Supervision is exercised over part-time camp personnel.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Plans, organizes and directs summer camp; ensures safety of all participants;
Schedules games, activities, special events and field trips;
Ensures compliance with established policies and procedures;
Plans and schedules staff work assignments;
Maintains control over participants and administers discipline;
Recommends purchases of equipment and supplies;
Handles complaints from parents;

RELATED TASKS:

Inventories equipment and supplies;
Keeps attendance records and makes reports;
Complete non-employee accident reports;
Assures proper guidance and supervision of participants;
Coordinates camp facility daily needs with facility administrator;
Interacts positively with participants;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

Thorough knowledge of sports, games, arts and crafts and low level recreational activities; thorough knowledge of
community resources; thorough knowledge of child development and related socialization skills; ability to plan and
schedule activities and coordinate proper assignment of subordinates; ability to establish and maintain effective
working relationships with staff, participants, and the general public; ability to communicate effectively both orally
and in writing; ability to prepare and maintain records.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from an accredited community college with
major course work in education, physical education, recreation or related field and some experience in community,
group or school recreation activities.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Must be able to lift and carry articles weighing up to 50 lbs.



RECREATION SERVICES/61-25
8/11/99
                                                                                                  City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                     Job Description

                                                     CARPENTER
                                                        UB30

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs carpentry, repair, remodeling, and park maintenance services and assists with new additions and
alterations. Repairs damages in and around park buildings and recreational facilities such as hanging new doors,
renewing formica, replacing glass, and repairing office furniture;
Repairs all parks and recreational facilities such as lifeguard towers;
Provides lock repair and installation;
Builds bike racks, dumpster enclosures; replaces wood in boardwalks;
Builds custom made furniture for Park buildings and recreational facilities;
Performs shop work such as constructing cabinets and recreation equipment; repairs playground equipment.

RELATED TASKS:

Constructs bulletin boards for City offices/Parks and Recreational facilities and affixes paneling;
Keeps records and processes work orders;
Records and maintains work orders;
Orders parts, supplies, and equipment;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

General knowledge of common hand tools used in carpentry work; general knowledge of the carpentry trade; skill in
the use of carpentry tools, ability to work from sketches, drawings, and blueprints; ability to maintain records, logs,
and reports; ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with associates.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school and considerable experience
in park maintenance work.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of a valid State of Florida Class "D" driver's license.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Must be able to lift, carry and push articles weighing up to 50 lbs. Must be able to wear hard hat/helmet, safety
glasses, goggles, respirator, hearing protectors, safety shoes, and gloves. Exposure to heights, extreme
temperatures, moving mechanical parts, vibration, noise, fumes, and dust.




MUNICIPAL SERVICES/44-14
RECREATION SERVICES/64-13, 62-21
10/10/98
                                                                                                           City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                              Job Description
                                                          CARPENTER
                                                             B30


GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs carpentry, repair, remodeling, and park maintenance services and assists with new additions and alterations.
Repairs damages in and around park buildings and recreational facilities such as hanging new doors, renewing formica,
replacing glass, and repairing office furniture;
Repairs all parks and recreational facilities such as lifeguard towers;
Provides lock repair and installation;
Builds bike racks, dumpster enclosures; replaces wood in boardwalks;
Builds custom made furniture for Park buildings and recreational facilities;
Performs shop work such as constructing cabinets and recreation equipment; repairs playground equipment.

RELATED TASKS:

Constructs bulletin boards for City offices/Parks and Recreational facilities and affixes paneling;
Keeps records and processes work orders;
Records and maintains work orders;
Orders parts, supplies, and equipment;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

General knowledge of common hand tools used in carpentry work; general knowledge of the carpentry trade; skill in the use
of carpentry tools, ability to work from sketches, drawings, and blueprints; ability to maintain records, logs, and reports; ability
to establish and maintain effective working relationships with associates.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school and considerable experience in park
maintenance work.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of a valid State of Florida Class "E" driver's license.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Must be able to lift, carry and push articles weighing up to 50 lbs. Must be able to wear hard hat/helmet, safety glasses,
goggles, respirator, hearing protectors, safety shoes, and gloves. Exposure to heights, extreme temperatures, moving
mechanical parts, vibration, noise, fumes, and dust.




MUNICIPAL SERVICES/44-14
RECREATION SERVICES/64-13, 62-21
10/10/98
                                                                                                      City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                         Job Description
                                                   CARPENTER
                                        SUGAR SAND PARK COMMUNITY CENTER
                                                      B30


GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs carpentry, repair, remodeling, and park maintenance services and assists with new additions and alterations.
Repairs damages in and around park buildings and recreational facilities such as hanging new doors, renewing Formica,
replacing glass, and repairing office furniture;
Repairs all parks and recreational facilities such as science playground and science explorium;
Provides lock repair and installation;
Builds bike racks, dumpster enclosures; replaces wood in boardwalks;
Builds custom made furniture for Park buildings and recreational facilities;
Performs shop work such as constructing cabinets and recreation equipment; repairs playground equipment.

RELATED TASKS:

Constructs bulletin boards for City offices/Parks and Recreational facilities and affixes paneling;
Keeps records and processes work orders;
Records and maintains work orders;
Inventories tools and supplies on a weekly basis;
Orders parts, supplies, and equipment;
Drive and back up large trucks and trailers;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

General knowledge of common hand tools used in carpentry work; general knowledge of the carpentry trade; skill in the use
of carpentry tools, operation of park maintenance tools, ability to work from sketches, drawings, and blueprints; ability to
maintain records, logs, and reports; ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with associates.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school and considerable experience in park
maintenance work.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of a valid State of Florida Class "E" driver's license. Essential employee during declared storm emergency.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Must be able to lift, carry and push articles weighing up to 50 lbs. Must be able to wear hard hat/helmet, safety glasses,
goggles, respirator, hearing protectors, safety shoes, and gloves. Exposure to heights, extreme temperatures, moving
mechanical parts, vibration, noise, fumes, and dust. Must be able to walk long distances. Must be able to work long hours in
roadways and medians.




RECREATION SERVICES/64-13
2/09
                                                                                                     City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                        Job Description
                                            CEMETERY/MASOLEUM MANAGER
                                                       X30


GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs difficult technical and administrative work overseeing the operation and maintenance of the cemetery and
mausoleum; does related work as required. Work is performed under general supervision. Supervision is exercised over
subordinate semiskilled personnel.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Supervises and schedules the maintenance of the cemetery and mausoleum and related amenities;
Keeps records of lot sales, burials, location of graves; sells burial plots and memorials;
Supervises, plans and schedules maintenance activities such as planting and trimming hedges and shrubs, grading and
sodding graves, seeding, watering fertilizing, mowing and related work;
Meets with funeral directors and families in scheduling funerals, opening of graves, and making other funeral arrangements;
Checks grave markers list and supervises the placing of markers and monuments;
Handles complaints and grievances from the public;
Schedules staff for mausoleum entombment;
Prepares budget and revenue sources and projections.

RELATED TASKS:

Escorts funeral procession to grave site and mausoleum chapel;
Provides assistance during the ceremony;
Orders cemetery supplies and equipment;
Compiles a variety of reports pertaining to cemetery operations;
Evaluates the work performance of employees;
Markets the operation of the City Cemetery and its amenities;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

Comprehensive knowledge of the operation and maintenance of a public cemetery and mausoleum; comprehensive
knowledge of clerical and financial records keeping in connection with cemetery business operations; thorough knowledge of
the financial operations of self-supporting cemetery; thorough knowledge of the occupational hazards and safety precautions
of the work and related equipment operation; thorough knowledge of State, County, and local laws and regulations
pertaining to cemetery operations; ability to plan and supervise the work of maintenance personnel; ability to establish and
maintain effective working relationships with associates, the bereaved and funeral directors; ability to read and interpret
cemetery map; tact in dealing with the public.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from a junior or community college with major course
work in administrations and extensive experience in cemetery operations administration and maintenance work, including
considerable supervisory and administrative experience.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of a valid State of Florida Class "E" driver's license.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Must be able to lift, carry and push articles weighing up to 50 lbs. Must be able to wear safety belt and safety shoes.
Exposure to extreme temperatures.



RECREATION SERVICES/62-41
11/26/01
                                                                                                          City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                             Job Description
                                                  CEMETERY CARETAKER
                                                         B13


GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs intermediate semiskilled work in the care and maintenance of buildings and grounds and the preparation of graves
entombment at the cemetery; does related work as required. Work is performed under regular supervision.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Prepares gravesites for scheduled funerals;
Assists Sexton in measuring grave; removes sod, digs grave, sets up tent and prepares for entombments and equipment for
service and removal of needed equipment to storage;
Backfills graves, replaces sod and flowers; cleans up around gravesite;
Plants flowers and fertilizes flowerbeds; applies insecticides, herbicides, and pesticides;
Picks up branches, limbs and debris from around cemetery and hauls to disposal site;
Trims shrubs and bushes;
Maintains walkways and grounds;
Raises sunken grave markers.

RELATED TASKS:

Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

General knowledge of general building and grounds maintenance work; general knowledge of the preventative maintenance,
use, and safe operation of power tools; ability to perform heavy manual labor; ability to meet and assist the public; skill in the
use of power tools required in the work; ability to work independently.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school and some semiskilled maintenance
experience.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of a valid Sate of Florida Class "E" driver's license. Possession of a Pesticide Applicator License issued by the
State of Florida, or the ability to obtain such license within one year of employment. Occasionally required to wear facial
protection gear in the application of chemicals.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Must be able to lift, carry and push articles weighing up to 50 lbs. Must be able to wear hard hat/helmet, safety glasses,
goggles, safety belt, respirator, safety shoes, and gloves. Exposure to extreme temperatures, noise, moving mechanical
parts, confined spaces, dust, vapors, insects, and irritants.




RECREATION SERVICES/62-41
10/10/98
                                               Cemetery/Mausoleum Caretaker
                                                           B13


GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs intermediate semiskilled work in the care and maintenance of buildings and grounds and the preparation
of mausoleum entombment; does related work as required. Work is performed under regular supervision.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Prepares mausoleum for scheduled entombment;
Assists Sexton in setting up or preparing for entombment in mausoleum and equipment for service and removal of needed
equipment to storage;
Cleans up around mausoleum buildings;
Prepares crypts for entombment;
Applies lettering to crypt front;
Places flowers and fertilizes flowerbeds; applies insecticides, herbicides, and pesticides;
Picks up branches, limbs, and debris from around mausoleum grounds and hauls to disposal site;
Trims shrubs and bushes;
Maintains walkways and mausoleum grounds;
Repairs crypt and niche lettering.

RELATED TASKS:

Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

General knowledge of general building and grounds maintenance work; general knowledge of the preventative maintenance
and use and safe operation of power tools; ability to perform heavy manual labor; ability to meet and assist the public; skill in
the use of power tools required in the work; ability to lift articles weighing 50 pounds; ability to work independently; ability to
work outdoor in unfavorable weather conditions (e.g. extreme heat).

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school and some semiskilled maintenance
experience.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of a valid State of Florida Class D driver's license. Possession of a Pesticide Applicator License issued by the
State of Florida, or the ability to obtain such license within one year of employment. Occasionally required to wear facial
protection gear in the application of insecticides, pesticides, or herbicides.


RECREATION SERVICES/62-41
                                                                                                       City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                          Job Description
                                              CHIEF CODE ADMINISTRATOR
                                                         D4


GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs difficult professional and administrative work managing the City’s Building Inspection, Code Enforcement,
Compliance, and Permitting/Licensing activities. Assists the Director of Development Services in a variety of administrative
and operational matters; does related work as required.

Work is performed under general supervision. Supervision is exercised over all Building Inspection, Code Compliance and
Permitting/Licensing sections.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

Manages and directs the personnel and programs of Building Inspection, Code Enforcement and Compliance, and
Permitting/Licensing under the guidance of the Development Services Director. Works with the Development Services
Director on the development of department and division policies and procedures; Oversees and coordinates the activities of
the Building Inspection, Code Compliance, and Permitting/Licensing sections. Monitors the efficiency and effectiveness of
divisional services and establishes and maintains productivity and quality improvement programs; Recommends and
implements changes to improve operations and directs their implementation; Develops and coordinates with the
Development Services Director the divisions’ annual budgets. Oversees the design and implementation of citizen education,
complaint response, and code inspection, compliance, and enforcement programs. Oversees the design, implementation
and continuous improvement of processing systems and programs. Oversees the development, implementation and
adoption of amendments and additions to the City Code of Ordinances. Participates at the Emergency Operations Center
during emergency situations and oversees implementation of preparedness and recovery plans.

RELATED TASKS:

Advises the Development Services Director on division organizational issues, functions and operations;
Oversees the preparation and dissemination of reports of staff activity and required regulatory documentation; Recommends
hiring and promotional decisions, disciplinary actions and policy decisions and evaluates the work performance of
subordinates; Performs other tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

Comprehensive knowledge of the principles and practices of public administration and modern management; ability to plan,
direct, and review the work of employees; ability to supervise a diverse staff of professional, paraprofessional, technical,
skilled clerical, semi-skilled and unskilled personnel; ability to interpret community needs for inspection and compliance;
comprehensive knowledge of modern code administration principles and practices; ability to formulate comprehensive
operational policies and procedures; ability to prepare complex technical reports; ability to prepare and analyze
comprehensive and detailed ordinances and technical code amendments; ability to establish and maintain effective working
relationships with City Officials, other public officials and associates, employees, and a diverse cross-section of the general
public; ability to communicate with comprehensive effectiveness both orally and in writing.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from an accredited college or university with major
course work in public or business administration and significant experience in administration and management of employees
and business systems, including extensive supervisory experience. Extensive progressively responsible experience in public
administration, including extensive experience in regulatory enforcement and code interpretation and inspection programs, is
highly desirable.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of a valid State of Florida Class “E” Driver’s License. Position requires that incumbent be on call 24 hrs. per day.


Development Services 15/13
10/1/01
                                                                                                          City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                             Job Description
                                            CHIEF CONSTRUCTION INSPECTOR
                                                        X32


GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs difficult professional work inspecting a variety of public works and utility facilities; does related work as required.
Work is performed under regular supervision. Supervision is exercised over subordinate technical personnel.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Plans, organizes, and directs personnel responsible for inspecting construction projects for compliance with City standards,
legal requirements, plans, specifications, etc.;
Ensures that plans have been reviewed and permits obtained;
Sees that materials meet shop drawing specifications;
Helps solve complex problems that arise as projects develop;
Acts as liaison with City officials, employees, other City departments, and engineering firms;
Makes and approves final inspections;
Meets with inspector, developers, and engineering representatives to ensure thorough inspection is made.

RELATED TASKS:

Reviews utility installations, paving, and drainage to ensure improvements comply with plans and specifications;
Reviews subdivision, site and construction plans and specifications for conformance to established department standards,
policies and sound engineering principles;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

Thorough knowledge of the principles and practices of civil engineering as related to the inspection of construction projects
for compliance with standards, plans, and specifications; thorough knowledge of the modern methods and techniques as
applied to the design, construction, and maintenance of public works and utility projects; thorough knowledge of land and
engineering survey systems, methods, and techniques; ability to instruct subordinate personnel in proper work methods and
to supervise their work; ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with City officials, employees,
contractors, and the general public; ability to express ideas clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing; ability to prepare
technical reports.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from an accredited college or university with major
course work in civil engineering and considerable experience in professional engineering work.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of a valid State of Florida driver’s license. Possession of certification to operate nuclear density gauge.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Must be able to lift, carry and push articles weighing up to 50 lbs. Must be able to wear hard hat/helmet, safety glasses,
safety vest, safety shoes, and gloves. Exposure to extreme temperatures, heights up to 20 ft., noise, moving mechanical
parts, confined spaces, vibration, radiation, dust, vapors, fumes, animals/insects, mist, gases, smoke and irritants.



MUNICIPAL SERVICES/44-18
10/10/98
                                                                                                        City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                           Job Description
                                          CHIEF HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATOR
                                                        N25


GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs difficult skilled work in the regular operation of heavy and complex automotive and construction equipment; does
related work as required. Work is performed under regular supervision. Supervision may be exercised over subordinate
operators and maintenance workers.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Operates heavy equipment including graders, front-end loaders, back-hoes, scrapers and crane-dragline;
Performs and/or supervises the preventive maintenance on equipment;
Oversees and trains new operators on heavy equipment;
Supervises subordinate workers and operators.

RELATED TASKS:

Assists other equipment operators as needed;
Investigates complaints received from citizens and other City departments, visits job sites and reports findings to supervisor;
Services and makes repairs and adjustments on equipment;
When not operating heavy equipment, operates lighter equipment or trains other operators;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

Thorough knowledge of the principles and practices of operating and servicing heavy construction equipment; thorough
knowledge of the traffic laws and regulations governing equipment operation; thorough knowledge of the occupational
hazards involved and the safety precautions necessary to the proper operation of varied construction and maintenance
equipment; skill in the use of equipment to which assigned; ability to understand and follow oral and written directions;
mechanical aptitude; ability to make minor repairs and adjustments to equipment; ability to establish and maintain effective
working relationships with associates.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school and extensive experience in
operation and maintenance of heavy motorized equipment.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of valid State of Florida Class "A" CDL driver's license.


PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Must be able to lift, carry and push articles weighing up to 50 lbs. Must be able to wear hard hat/helmet, safety glasses,
goggles, safety vest, safety shoes/boots, hearing protectors, welder's helmet, faceshield, and gloves. Exposure to extreme
temperatures, electricity, noise, moving mechanical parts, confined spaces, vibration, dust, vapors, fumes, toxic metals (i.e.
lead) poisons, animals/insects, mist, gases, smoke and irritants.



MUNICIPAL SERVICES/44-12
10/10/98
                                                                                                        City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                           Job Description
                                                     CHIEF INSPECTOR
                                                            X41


GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs advanced technical and administrative work overseeing the scheduling and coordination of building and related
inspection activities; does related work as required. Work is performed under general supervision.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Plans, schedules, and coordinates, the City’s building and related inspection activities and coordinates inspection activities
with the development application plan review process under the supervision of the Building Official. Responsible for
scheduling, coordination of inspection staff, and resolution of conflicts regarding plan review, inspection, and construction in
the field. Coordinates the processing of inspections required for Certificates of Occupancy and issuance of notices of
violation relating to construction (“red tags”); Coordinates various phases of inspection activities with plan review personnel
and permit and licensing technicians; Monitors the efficiency and effectiveness of inspection scheduling processes; advises
the Building Official on inspection personnel activities. Plans and oversees day-to-day inspection scheduling and related
functions; coordinates inspection activities with plans examination activities. Investigates complaints concerning inspection
activities when assigned and makes appropriate related recommendations to the Building Official Under the supervision of
the Building Official, promotes uniform interpretation and enforcement of laws and regulations in the conduct of inspection
activities in the City. Provides recommendations to the Building Official regarding amendments to City Codes related to
Building Inspections.

RELATED TASKS:

Prepares a variety of reports and correspondence on building code inspection matters;
Provides input to the Building Official on the job performance of inspection personnel; performs other tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

Comprehensive knowledge of the principles and practices of plan review and inspection processes relating to building,
electrical, and plumbing code enforcement; extensive knowledge of building, construction, engineering, and structural
engineering principles and practices; knowledge of pertinent Federal, State, and local laws regarding building code
enforcement; ability to plan and coordinate the various phases of inspection services; ability to establish and maintain
effective working relationships with co-workers, City, State, and Federal officials, and the general public; ability to present
facts and recommendations effectively in oral and written form; firmness and tact in enforcing building codes.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school plus extensive experience in
building, electrical, mechanical or plumbing inspection and plan review work; a minimum of five (5) years of professional field
experience as a plumbing, electrical, building or mechanical inspector, inspecting for a government agency with building
code enforcement responsibility; some professional plan review experience in one or more of the trade areas for a
government agency with building code enforcement responsibility; State of Florida; or certification as a General, Electrical,
Plumbing, Mechanical or Building Contractor with documented field supervisory experience or registration as an Architect or
Professional Engineer with documented project management experience preferred.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of a permanent State of Florida driver’s license. Possession of valid Certificates as a Standard Building
Inspector and as a Standard Plans Examiner in accordance with the requirements of Florida Statute Chapter 468 or, the
ability to obtain provisional certifications within 90 days of being hired. Important Note: An Appointment made on the basis of
provisional certification shall remain in a probationary status until such time as Standard Certifications are obtained. Failure
to convert the “Provisional Certifications” to “Standard Certifications” within the time allowed by F.S. 468 may result in
demotion or dismissal as the incumbent would no longer be qualified to fulfill the major responsibilities of the position in
accordance with the Florida Statutes.



DEVELOPMENT SERVICES/15-13
07/23/2007
                                                                                                           City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                              Job Description
                                       CHIEF OF DESIGN/STORMWATER MANAGER
                                                        X38


GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs difficult professional work in the design of public works and utility facilities; does related work as required.
Work is performed under regular supervision. Supervision is exercised over subordinate technical personnel.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Reviews plans of municipal or private developments submitted by architects, engineers and consultants for the City that
require a permit or approvals;
Ensures that the practical applications of all applicable State, County, City, and departmental design criteria and City Codes
are adhered to with respect to transportation including, but not limited to highway and street design, driveway connection,
parking lots, etc.;
Reviews master plans, subdivision, site plans, roadway construction plans, parking structure plans, signing, pavement
making plans, and landscaping plans;
Conducts meetings with developers and their architects and engineers to resolve complicated issues centered around
design and construction of transportation elements of a given project;
Designs roadway, intersection, and drainage improvements funded through the City’s Capital Improvements projects;
Oversees the preparation of in house construction drawings;
Prepares CIP construction specifications and contract documents;
Contracts administration of in house CIP; tracks department's projects;
Develops and prioritizes the work of subordinates and establishes goals and objectives.

RELATED TASKS:

Develops and assists in the development of the City's construction standards, Code of Ordinances, and department policy
regarding matters that affect the construction, maintenance and safety within or contiguous to City streets;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

Thorough knowledge of modern principles and practices of civil engineering as related to the preparation of plans and
specifications; thorough knowledge of the modern methods and techniques as applied to the design, construction and
maintenance of public works and utility projects; thorough knowledge of land and engineering survey systems, methods and
techniques; thorough knowledge of the principles, practices, and techniques of engineering drafting; ability to instruct
subordinate personnel in proper work methods and to supervise their work; ability to establish and maintain effective working
relationships with City officials, employees, contractors, and the general public; ability to express ideas clearly and concisely,
orally and in writing; ability to prepare technical reports.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from an accredited college or university with major
course work in civil engineering and considerable experience in professional engineering work.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of a valid State of Florida driver’s license.


MUNICIPAL SERVICES/44-19
11/26/01
                                                                                                          City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                             Job Description
                                                CHIEF OF DESIGN - UTILITIES
                                                           X38


GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs difficult professional work in the design of public utilities facilities. Performs difficult technical work review
construction plans for compliance with City, local and State standards; does related work as required.

Work is performed under general supervision. Supervision is exercised over subordinate technical personnel.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

Reviews plans of municipal or private developments submitted by architects, engineers and consultants in the city that
require a permit or approval;
Ensures the practical applications of all applicable State, County, City and departmental design criteria and City
Codes are adhered to with respect to public utilities including, but not limited to water, reclaimed water, sanitary sewer, force
main and lift station design;
Reviews master plans, subdivision, site plans and water and sewer construction plans;
Conducts meetings with developers and their engineers to resolve complicated issues centered around design and
construction of water and sewer elements of a given project;
Designs water mains, reclaimed water mains, sanitary sewer systems, force mains, lift stations and well field improvements
funded through the City’s Capital Improvements projects;
Oversees the preparation of plans for new construction, repair, adjustment, relocation, or modification of utility systems;
Prepares contract documents/specifications and administer contracts;
Secures permits, prepare bid packages, and helps evaluate bids;
Reviews shop drawings and prepares change orders and coordinates work of contractor;
Develops and prioritizes the work of subordinates and establishes goals and objectives.

RELATED TASKS:

Authorizes approval of County Health Department and DER permit applications;
Authorizes sanitary sewer television and lift station inspections and bacteriological testing;
Authorizes connection of projects to existing systems and installation of meters;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

Thorough knowledge of modern principles and practices of civil engineering as related to the preparation of plans and
specifications; thorough knowledge of the modern methods and techniques as applied to the design, construction and
maintenance of public utilities projects; thorough knowledge of land and engineering survey systems, methods and
techniques; thorough knowledge of the principles, practices, and techniques of engineering drafting; ability to instruct
subordinate personnel in proper work methods and to supervise their work; ability to establish and maintain effective working
relationships with City officials, employees, professional engineers & architects, contractors, and the general public; ability to
express ideas clearly and concisely, orally and in writing; ability to prepare technical reports; Valid Drivers’ License with no
more than 3 points in a 5 year period

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from an accredited college or university with major
course work in civil engineering and considerable experience in professional engineering work.



UTILITY SERVICES/42-01
10/1/02
                                                                                                       City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                          Job Description
                                                   CHIEF PARK RANGER
                                                           X34


GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs responsible park patron service and responsible administrative work supervising personnel involved in the
enforcement of park rules and regulations; does related work as required. Work is performed under regular supervision.
Supervision is exercised over subordinate park personnel and seasonal employees.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Supervising assigned Park Rangers for patrol of park system;
Schedules the work of full and part-time employees;
Assigns subordinates to parks and special events;
Handles unusual situations involving rangers or patrons;
Oversees revenue collection activities from City park facilities;
Investigates vandalism and break-ins;
Oversees the training of rangers;
Prepares annual budget for section and monitors expenditures;
Prepares a variety of reports on activities.

RELATED TASKS:

Approves leave requests;
Arranges delivery of materials to Parks and Recreation Board members, City Council, and the Beach Tax District meetings;
Screens applications, checks references, and recommends for hire;
Evaluates the work performance of employees, enforces discipline, counsels employees;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

Thorough knowledge of the City ordinances governing park and recreational areas, general knowledge of basic bookkeeping
techniques and mathematics; ability to plan and supervise the work of subordinates; ability to enforce rules and regulations
in a firm but courteous manner, ability to prepare detailed reports; ability to establish and maintain good relations with park
visitors and guests; ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Associates Degree from an accredited community college with major course work in parks and recreation management,
public relations, or related field, and considerable supervisory experience in a related field.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of a valid State of Florida driver’s license. Possession of CPR, First Aid, and Parking Enforcement Certificates
within six months of appointment is required.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Must be able to lift, carry and push articles weighing up to 50 lbs. Must be able to wear hard hat/helmet, safety belt, CPR
mask, rubber gloves, and safety vest. Exposure to extreme temperatures, moving mechanical parts, animals/insects, and
bloodborne pathogens.




RECREATION SERVICES/62-24
11/26/01
                                                                                                            City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                               Job Description
                                            CHIEF TRAFFIC SIGNAL TECHNICIAN
                                                          X37


GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs difficult technical work participating with and supervising a crew engaged in the installation, repair, and
maintenance of traffic signals and related control devices; does related work as required. Work is performed under regular
supervision. Supervises subordinate technical personnel.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Prepares, inspects, and plans for the repair, maintenance, modification, and installation of the traffic signal system including
microcomputer signal equipment;
Repairs and replaces detectors, signal heads, wiring, control cabinets, and related equipment;
Phases, times, and wires traffic control devices;
Performs street light wiring, installation, and maintenance;
Repairs and replaces control equipment components in shop or field;
Coordinates activities with other work crews;
Plans daily work schedule;
Estimates time and materials required for proposed projects;
Responds to emergency calls for service;
Inventories shop materials and equipment and materials installed in the field and maintains records; orders necessary
supplies and equipment.

RELATED TASKS:

Helps plan new projects or modifications to existing systems;
Helps determine the requirements and specifications of traffic signal materials and supplies;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

Thorough knowledge of the methods, materials, and equipment used in the installation, repair, and maintenance of
electronic traffic control equipment; thorough knowledge of the basic principles and theories of electricity and the operation of
electronic equipment; thorough knowledge of microcomputer repair; thorough knowledge of the occupational hazards and
necessary safety precautions related to the electrical trade; ability to plan and supervise the work of technicians and to
establish repair priorities; ability to read and interpret blueprints and specifications; ability to establish and maintain effective
working relationships with associates.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school and extensive experience in the
repair and maintenance of electrical systems or electronic control devices and microcomputers.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of a valid State of Florida CDL Class “B” driver's license. Possession of IMSA and electronics certification.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Must be able to lift, carry and push articles weighing up to 50 lbs. Must be able to wear hard hat/helmet, safety belt, safety
glasses, safety belt, safety shoes/boots, gloves, faceshield, and safety harness. Exposure to extreme temperatures, noise,
electricity, heights up to 40 feet, moving mechanical parts, confined spaces, dust, vapors, fumes, poisons, animals/insects,
and irritants.



MUNICIPAL SERVICES/44-16
10/10/98
                                                                                                         City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                            Job Description
                                                    CITY CIVIL ENGINEER
                                                             D4


GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs difficult professional and intermediate administrative work in the design and inspection of a variety of capital
improvements; does related work as required. Work is performed under general supervision. Supervision is exercised over
all division personnel.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Supervises employees responsible for the preparation of a variety of estimates, designs, and specifications for a variety of
capital improvements projects conducted by in-house staff and consultants;
Reviews and approves subdivision, site and construction plans, and specifications for codes conformance to established
departmental standards, policies and sound engineering principles;
Approves major change orders to construction projects;
Participates in and reviews work of subordinates in the preparation of specifications, maps, plans, profiles, field notes, and
designs of capital improvement projects;
Serves as project engineer on capital improvement construction projects;
Prepares, authorizes, and monitors construction permit compliance by private developers, inspects projects, prepares cost
estimates, and initiates action for noncompliance;
Directs work of consulting engineers, other municipal departments, and governmental agencies with that of the department;
Assists in the preparation of long-range plans for needed capital improvements;
Coordinates the activities of City, State, and the Federal agencies, private contractors, and others involved with City projects.

RELATED TASKS:

Interviews, screens, and hires employees and evaluates their work;
Provides contractors and general public with technical information relating to engineering projects;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

Comprehensive knowledge of the principles and practices of civil engineering as related to the preparation of plans and
specifications; comprehensive knowledge of modern methods and techniques as applied to the design, construction, and
maintenance of public works and utility projects; thorough knowledge of land and engineering survey systems, methods, and
techniques of engineering drafting; ability to instruct personnel in proper work methods and to plan and supervise their work;
ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with City officials employees, contractors, and the general
public; ability to express ideas clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing; ability to prepare technical reports.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from an accredited college or university with major
course work in civil engineering and considerable experience in professional engineering work including some supervisory
experience.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Registration as a Professional Engineer in the State of Florida. Possession of a valid State of Florida driver’s license.




MUNICIPAL SERVICES/44-18
10/10/98
                                                                                                   CITY OF BOCA RATON
                                                                                                      JOB DESCRIPTION
                                                         CITY CLERK
                                                             D2


GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Under direction of the Deputy City Manager or Designee of the City Manager, this position performs difficult administrative
work in the overall supervision of public records maintenance, elections, and documentation of city council and board
meetings. Supervision is excersized over professional, paraprofessional and clerical staff.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Undertakes and fulfills the responsibilities of Section 2-328(s), City Code of Ordinances
Supervises, directs and evaluates assigned staff, processing employee concerns and problems, directing working,
counseling, discipline and completing employee appraisals.
Serves as custodian of public records for the City of Boca Raton
Prepares and administers City Clerk Budget
Coordinates the preparation of City council agendas
Attends City Council meetings
Oversees the coordination of various City boards and committees
Composes correspondence, memos, and management reports; maintains various logs, indexes, and calendars; prepares
notices for public hearings, ordinances, and bid openings
Attests, certifies, files, and retrieves documents and legal papers of the City including contracts, agreements, resolutions,
ordinances, proclamations, and others; provides authentications of all ordinances, resolutions, and transcripts of municipal
functions; reviews, signs, and attests various permit, deeds and orders
Coordinates and processes various notices of hearing, required advertising, and other forms of public notice
Administers the City’s records management program and coordinates the logging, filing, and microfilming of municipal
records and files; oversees the preparation of documents for storage and purging; insures the safekeeping of records in
compliance with applicable laws and City policies and the ability to retrieve documents as needed
Manages the operations of municipal elections on an annual basis; Acts as Supervisor of City elections

RELATED TASKS:

Responds to inquires, problems and complaints from general public
Administers oath of office to elected and appointed members of boards and council
Provides information to city council and city staff members regarding document filings and compliance with election laws,
statements of financial interest, quarterly gift disclosures, and related matters

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

Knowledge of City, federal and state laws, statutes, rules, regulations, ordinances and codes related to public entitle
codification, maintenance, storage, retrieval, and destruction of public documents; Knowledge of City, federal and state laws
related to public elections; Knowledge of file maintenance/records keeping practices and procedures; Knowledge of general
office machines and procedures; Skill in utilizing written and verbal communication in the development and preservation of
reports presentations and directions. Skill in utilizing customer services/public relations when responding to inquiries and
complaints; Skill in prioritizing and handling multiple tasks simultaneously. Skill in accurately maintaining public records and
documents; Skill in researching and retrieving information from a variety of sources. Ability to establish and maintain
effective working relationships

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
Bachelor’s degree from an accredited university with major course work in public administration or similar field, and five (5)
years of progressively responsible administrative work in the supervision and retention of public records including one (1)
year of supervisory experience, or any equivalent combination of experience required. Local government experience
strongly preferred. Certified Municipal Clerk status preferred.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:
Must be able to obtain certified Municipal Clerk status with in six (6) months from date of hire




City Clerk 04-08
1/16/2009
                                                                                                  City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                     Job Description

                                                    CLERK TYPIST
                                                        U11


GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs intermediate clerical work undertaking a variety of typing, filing, and related tasks in a municipal office; does
related work as required. Work is performed under regular supervision.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Types letters, reports, bulletins, statements, charts, questionnaires, requisitions, and other materials from rough
drafts or clean copy;
Compiles information from various sources and types on a variety of forms;
Checks and reviews a variety of data for completeness, accuracy and conformance with established regulations and
procedures; prepares a variety of routine reports;
Answers telephone, files, communicates and corresponds with the public and provides routine information; accounts
for basic assignment filing;
Makes copies of materials and assembles same for inclusion in reports, documents, agendas, etc.;
Operates standard office machines, word processing, and data entry equipment;
Accounts for daily revenues.

RELATED TASKS:

Maintains office files and keeps records; assembles information from various sources for records and reports;
Acts as receptionist and answers phone;
Relays and records messages as required;
Checks forms, records, reports, applications, etc. for accuracy;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND, ABILITIES:

General knowledge of standard office practices, procedures, equipment, and clerical techniques; some knowledge of
business English, inventory control, spelling, and arithmetic; ability to type accurately at a rate of 35 WPM; ability to
make simple arithmetical calculations and file alphabetically; ability to establish and maintain effective working
relationships with associates and the general public; ability to understand and follow oral and written instructions.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school including or supplemented
by a course in typing.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

May require a valid State of Florida driver's license.




DEVELOPMENT SERVICES/15-13
RECREATION SERVICES/62-41, 64-12, 64-17
8/11/99
                                                                                                         City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                            Job Description

                                         CODE COMPLIANCE OFFICER (ON CALL)
                                                       U25


GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs intermediate technical work in the enforcement of zoning regulations, housing code, license requirements, and
related codes City, County, State and Federal codes; does related work as required. Work is performed under regular
supervision.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Investigates and resolves complaints regarding violations of City, County or State codes;
Advises violators of administrative remedies concerning violations;
Patrols assigned area looking for violations; gives verbal warning where appropriate;
Issues Field Notices of violation and Citations where appropriate;
Makes on-site inspections of businesses applying for an occupational license;
Advises business owner as to follow-through procedures to complete licensing such as permits, State licensing, etc;
Investigates complaints on violations of environmental codes such as junk and abandoned vehicles;
Prepares cases and testifies in court on code violations.

RELATED TASKS:

Meets with citizens, City personnel, businesses, homeowners and attorneys to exchange information, initiate negotiation and
resolve conflicts;
Verifies property ownership; reviews files for previous violations;
Inspects vacant lots for violation of lot clearing ordinances;
Interviews business owners to obtain and verify information;
Answers questions from citizens, contractors, and builders concerning ordinance provisions and enforcement regulations;
Makes reports, takes photographs and maintains records regarding inspections and evidence of violations
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

Thorough knowledge of the zoning ordinance, sign ordinance, housing code, building code, occupational license and
business regulations and related environmental codes; thorough knowledge of the methods and procedures used in code
enforcement; ability to detect code violations; ability to read and interpret plans; ability to contact property owners,
contractors and the public and effect satisfactory working relationships; firmness and tact in enforcing ordinances and codes.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school and considerable experience in
code enforcement or other regulatory enforcement. Certification in Code Enforcement and Licensing Preferred. Regular
work hours may include some evenings and weekends.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of a valid State of Florida Driver’s license, before date of hire, with no more than 6 points within a 3 year period.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Must be able to wear hard hat/helmet and safety shoes/boots. Exposure to extreme temperatures and animals/insects.



Development Services/15-11
                                                                                                         City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                            Job Description
                                               CODE COMPLIANCE OFFICER
                                                        N25


GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs intermediate technical work in the enforcement of zoning regulations, housing code, license requirements, and
related codes City, County, State and Federal codes; does related work as required. Work is performed under regular
supervision.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Investigates and resolves complaints regarding violations of City, County or State codes;
Advise violators of administrative remedies concerning violations;
Patrols assigned area looking for violations; gives verbal warning where appropriate;
Issues Field Notices of violation and Citations where appropriate;
Makes on-site inspections of businesses applying for an occupational license;
Advises business owner as to follow-through procedures to complete licensing such as permits, State licensing, etc;
Investigates complaints on violations of environmental codes such as junk and abandoned vehicles;
Prepares cases and testifies in court on code violations.

RELATED TASKS:

Meets with citizens, City personnel, businesses, homeowners and attorneys to exchange information, initiate negotiation and
resolve conflicts;
Verifies property ownership; reviews files for previous violations;
Inspects vacant lots for violation of lot clearing ordinances;
Interviews business owners to obtain and verify information;
Answers questions from citizens, contractors, and builders concerning ordinance provisions and enforcement regulations;
Makes reports, takes photographs and maintains records regarding inspections and evidence of violations
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

Thorough knowledge of the zoning ordinance, sign ordinance, housing code, building code, occupational license and
business regulations and related environmental codes; thorough knowledge of the methods and procedures used in code
enforcement; ability to detect code violations; ability to read and interpret plans; ability to contact property owners,
contractors and the public and effect satisfactory working relationships; firmness and tact in enforcing ordinances and codes.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school and considerable experience in
code enforcement or other regulatory enforcement. Certification in Code Enforcement and Licensing Preferred. Regular
work hours may include some evenings and weekends.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of a valid State of Florida Driver’s license, before date of hire, with no more than 6 points within a 3 year period.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Must be able to wear hard hat/helmet and safety shoes/boots. Exposure to extreme temperatures and animals/insects.



Development Services/15-11
                                                                                        City of Boca Raton
                                                                                           Job Description
                                     CODE COMPLIANCE SPECIALIST
                                                N19

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs intermediate skilled clerical and technical work involving violation of zoning regulations, housing
code, building code, license requirements and related City, County, State and Federal codes; does related
work as required. Work is performed under regular supervision.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Types notice of violation letters compliant reports and notices to appear before administrative board/special
master;
Receives and assignees compliant inquiries to appropriate inspector, supervisor or Chief;
Coordinates with County Circuit Court on processing of citations;
Acts as receptionist, answers telephone inquiries about routine procedures and policies, relays and
dispatches messages as required; uses base station radio; uses portable phone system.
Maintain legal files, checks and reviews files for accuracy and compliance F.S. Chapter 162 requirements;
Composes routine correspondence; prepares a variety or routine reports;
Collects fees and prepares lot clearing and related invoices; verifies account balances on computer;
Operates standard office machines, word processing, and data entry equipment;
Makes copies of materials and assembles same for inclusion in reports, documents, agendas, etc.
Processes citations and coordinates citation program;
Processes special event permits;
Performs clerical functions including typing letters, invoice requisitions, reports, statistical documents,
vouchers, etc. from rough draft, copy or verbal instruction;
Checks and reviews a variety of data
Opens, sorts and distributes mail;
Operates word processing and other office automation equipment;

RELATED TASKS:

Composes routine correspondence independently or from supervisor’s notes;
Maintain various records and files, including confidential files, photographs and evidence of violations
Answers questions from citizens, contractors, and builders concerning ordinance provisions and
enforcement regulations;
Prepares requisitions, types purchase orders, maintains files; orders supplies and equipment;
Maintains appointment calendar; sets up appointments for supervisor and other personnel;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

General knowledge of city, County and State regulations relative to taking complaints and directing them to
the appropriate staff. General knowledge of standard office practices, procedures, equipment, and clerical
techniques; general knowledge of business English, spelling, and arithmetic; ability to type accurately at a
rate of 40 WPM; ability to make arithmetical calculations and file alphabetically; ability to establish and
maintain effective working relationships with associates and the general public; ability to understand and
follow oral and written instructions.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school including or
supplemented by a course in typing and considerable clerical and typing experience. Certification in Code
Enforcement Level I preferred


10/17/00
DEVELOPMENT SERVICES/15-11
                                                                                                          City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                             Job Description
                                           CODE COMPLIANCE SUPERVISOR
                                                       X37

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs difficult and responsible supervisory work administering the City’s Code Enforcement programs and the enforcement
of city codes; does related work as required. Work is performed under general supervision. Supervision is exercised over all
code enforcement personnel.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Plans, organizes, and directs the enforcement of city codes, ordinances, provision, rules, and regulations;
Coordinates inspection activities to ensure compliance with applicable codes and proper distribution of work loads;
Supervises, reviews, and directs the response to complaints and inquiries;
Oversees the issuance of citations and notice of violation, and the preparations of cases to be hearing by the Code
Enforcement Board, Special Master, related boards, and county court;
Assists the Chief Building Code Administrator with problem solving of sensitive issues and oversight of the field and
inspections activities;
Conducts field inspections;
Testifies on code violations as necessary;
Approves and issues Special Event Permits;
Analyzes cases for legal aspects and compliance with all required procedures;
Interprets code provisions and makes recommendations for improvements.

RELATED TASKS:

Answers questions from the public concerning city codes;
Reviews code cases;
Coordinates work with other departments and agencies;
Prepares reports on code enforcement activity;
Recommends allocations for and provides routine administration of unit budget;
Provides detailed reviews of all violation cases with emphasis on legal aspects of F.S. 162;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

A through knowledge of City Codes, Ordinances, and Regulations; thorough knowledge of Chapter 162 of Florida Statutes and
related state statutes; through knowledge of the City’s Minimum Housing Code and related Federal, State and County
regulations; thorough knowledge of the geography of the City; ability to coordinate complaint inspection services and
enforcement techniques; ability to conduct inspections in a thorough and efficient manner; ability to interpret plans; ability to
prepare accurate and informative reports containing findings, conclusions, and recommendations; excellent written and oral
communication skills; ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with property owners, employees, and
other governmental officials, attorneys and the general public; ability to plan and supervise the work of subordinates; ability to
enforce codes, ordinances, and regulations with firmness, tact, and impartiality.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

An Associate’s Degree in Public, Business Administration, Criminal Justice, Urban Planning, Engineering or related field;
considerable experience in regulatory enforcement, zoning interpretation, home construction maintenance and/or repair;
supervisory experience or any equivalent combination of education and experience.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of a valid State of Florida Class “E” Driver’s License, before date of hire, with no more than 6 points within a 3 year
period. Possession of Florida and/or SBCCI Certification as a residential housing inspector, building inspector, builder or
contractor. Possession of a valid Code Enforcement Level III Certification from the Florida Association of Code Enforcement
or the ability to obtain same within the first year of Employment.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Must be able to wear hard hat/helmet and safety shoes/boots. Exposure to extreme temperatures and animals/insects.

DEVELOPMENT SERVICES/15-11
                                                                                                City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                   Job Description
                                        COMMUNICATIONS ADMINISTRATOR
                                                    X37


GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs difficult technical work supervising the City’s telecommunications activities; does related work as required.
Work is performed under general supervision.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Manages the City’s telecommunications systems;
Resolves telecommunication problems;
Oversees the purchase, installation and maintenance of all telecommunications systems and cellular,
mobile and coin operated phones;
Maintains the user phone mail system;
Oversees outside cable and in-house wire;
Responds to any major telecommunication problem;
Plans, orders and oversees the installation of new equipment;
Supervises the installation of conduit, cable and lines and designs same;
Keeps abreast of new technology and current standards so that compatibility of computer and telecommunication
equipment can be maintained;
Prepares division budget for the annual telecommunication budget for all other departments and division;
Develops and maintains the telecommunication long range and emergency preparedness plans.

RELATED TASKS:

Moves, adds, and changes telecommunication equipment;
Establishes and maintains data bases for system control and monitoring;
Reprograms or reconfigures station equipment or trunks to meet user needs;
Performs tests to ensure proper working order of cable, switches, and station equipment;
Estimates capital improvement and capital outlay costs for telecommunication equipment over a seven year period;
Monitors vendor compliance with Public Utility Tax Ordinance;
Provides group training and refresher courses on the operation of telecommunication equipment;
Develops and recommends policies and procedures related to the utilization of telecommunication equipment;
Develops and conducts workshops on telephone techniques and telephone etiquette;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

Thorough knowledge of the operation, adjustments, uses and capabilities of telecommunications equipment;
thorough knowledge of the operation and basic care of telecommunications systems; thorough knowledge of the
methods, principles, and practices used in installing and maintaining telecommunications equipment; ability to
develop maintenance procedures for all municipal telecommunications operations; ability to establish and maintain
effective working relationships with associates, vendors, and user department officials.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from an accredited community college with
major course work in telecommunications or related field and considerable telecommunications experience.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of a valid State of Florida driver’s license.



DEVELOPMENT SERVICES/12-33
11/26/01
                                                                                                            City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                               Job Description

                                             COMMUNITY CENTER ASSISTANT
                                                        U05

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs responsible clerical and custodial work undertaking a variety of filing, and related tasks in a municipal office; does
related work as required. Work is performed under regular supervision

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

Assists with room set-ups and breakdowns.
Prepares and checks forms, records, and applications for accuracy, completeness and conformity with established
procedures.
Acts as receptionist, answers telephone inquiries about routine procedures and policies, relays and dispatches messages as
required.
Operates standard office machines, word processing, and data entry equipment.
Sells beach and boat permits.

RELATED TASKS:

Type letters, invoices, reports, permits, requisitions, vouchers, statistical reports, and other material from rough drafts or
verbal instructions.
Computes and extends figures; posts records to accounts.
Maintains files.
Collects fees.
Makes copies of materials and assembles same for staff distribution.
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

Some knowledge of standard office practices, procedures, equipment, and clerical techniques; general knowledge of
computer software, business English, spelling, and arithmetic; ability to make arithmetical calculations and file alphabetically’
ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with associates and the general public; ability to understand
and follow oral and written instructions; ability to lift articles weighing 50 pounds.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Must be able to lift and carry articles weighing up to 50 lbs., and push articles weighing up to 100 lbs.

11/22/02
                                                                                                    City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                       Job Description
                                      COMMUNITY CENTERS ADMINISTRATOR
                                                    X37

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs difficult professional and intermediate administrative work supervising the educational, recreational, cultural,
and social activities and business affairs of the recreation centers; does related work as required. Work is performed
under general supervision. Supervision is exercised over all center personnel.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Plans, organizes, and coordinates the activities of the activities of three recreation centers, including annexes, a
science playground and science center that houses exhibits. Each center accommodates 10-20 ongoing programs
and approximately 100 scheduled events per year;
Manages and reviews programming for Sugar Sand Science Playground;
Manage total operation of summer/gap camps;
Liaison between Recreation Services Department and Community Schools, requiring administration of part-time
employees working at the schools in various clerical and recreation activities;
Develops and administers $2,200,000 budget;
Oversees purchases of equipment, materials, and supplies within approved budget;
Formulates plans for future development of the centers’ programs and continued full use of facilities;
Selects, trains, supervises, and evaluates full-time and part-time subordinates.

RELATED TASKS:

Provides in-service training to personnel;
Promotes and publicizes the image and the activities of the centers throughout the community;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

Comprehensive knowledge of modern principles and practices of recreation administration as related to recreation
centers management and science programming; comprehensive knowledge of modern principles and practices of
public recreation; thorough knowledge of public relations techniques; thorough knowledge of office practices and
procedures; ability to plan, organize, and direct the activities of professional staff members; ability to take initiative in
building a program of responsiveness to community needs; ability to establish and maintain effective working
relationships with City officials, associates, and the general public.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Graduation from an accredited college or university with major course work in recreation administration of related
field. Minimum 10 years experience, with at least 5 years in a supervisory or management level position in recreation
services.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of a valid State of Florida driver’s license. Ability to obtain NRPA and FRPA professional certification
within two years from date of appointment.



RECREATION SERVICES/61-21
4/15/99
                                                                                                  City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                     Job Description
                                  COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENT ADMINISTRATOR
                                                  U37

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs complex professional and responsible administrative work directing the City's Community Development
Block Grant (CDBG) and State Housing Initiative Partnership (SHIP) programs; does related work as required. Work
is performed under the general direction of the Development Services Director. Supervision is exercised over
subordinate technical and clerical personnel.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Plans, organizes, directs and implements the City's CDBG and SHIP programs in accordance with HUD and State
regulations;
Prepares complex planning documents required by the State and Federal governments;
Conducts research and analysis of socioeconomic statistical data;
Prepares a variety of financial and performance reports;
Develops program policies and procedures, and trains, monitors, and confers with staff regarding same;
Prepares project scopes of services and reviews consultant proposals, recommends selection and supervises
consultant contracts;
Prepares and processes legal agreements between City and CDBG subrecipient agencies, and monitors subrecipient
performance;
Reviews and approves the processing of applicant files by a subordinate.

RELATED TASKS:

Prepares and monitors division budget;
Coordinates with City, State and Federal personnel who audit and monitor program compliance;
Supervises housing rehabilitation program;
Coordinates environmental reviews and assessments for CDBG activities;
Prepares agenda item packages for submittal to City Council;
Responsible for citizen participation process in relation to CDBG activities;
Attends meetings; serves on committees as needed; makes speeches or presentations;
Maintains a comprehensive, current knowledge of applicable laws/regulations, maintains an awareness of new trends
and advances in the profession, reads professional literature, maintains professional affiliations, attends workshops and
training sessions as appropriate;
Supervises and evaluates the work performance of employees;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

Comprehensive knowledge of community development and housing programs, and the State and Federal regulations
governing them; advanced knowledge of research methodology and of standard statistical procedures, including
demographic statistics; skill in communicating ideas effectively both orally and in writing; ability to read and interpret
complex regulations, and develop appropriate strategies for implementing them; ability to establish and maintain
effective working relationships with associates, City officials, State and Federal government agencies, other
professionals, staff, program recipients, contractors, lenders, realtors, and community groups; ability to use personal
computer and word processing and spreadsheet software; ability to supervise the work of subordinates.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education or experience equal to graduation from an accredited four-year college or university
with a Bachelor’s Degree in the Social Sciences, Planning, Business Administration or a related field. A minimum of
two years of experience working with Federal and/or State grant programs, particularly in community development
and/or housing is preferred; experience in urban planning, real estate, or mortgage lending also helpful. A minimum
of two years of supervisory experience is preferred.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of a valid State of Florida driver's license.

DEVELOPMENT SERVICES/15-60
                                                                                                  City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                     Job Description
                                  COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENT ADMINISTRATOR
                                                  X37

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs complex professional and responsible administrative work directing the City's Community Development
Block Grant (CDBG) and State Housing Initiative Partnership (SHIP) programs; does related work as required. Work
is performed under the general direction of the Development Services Director. Supervision is exercised over
subordinate technical and clerical personnel.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Plans, organizes, directs and implements the City's CDBG and SHIP programs in accordance with HUD and State
regulations;
Prepares complex planning documents required by the State and Federal governments;
Conducts research and analysis of socioeconomic statistical data;
Prepares a variety of financial and performance reports;
Develops program policies and procedures, and trains, monitors, and confers with staff regarding same;
Prepares project scopes of services and reviews consultant proposals, recommends selection and supervises
consultant contracts;
Prepares and processes legal agreements between City and CDBG subrecipient agencies, and monitors subrecipient
performance;
Reviews and approves the processing of applicant files by a subordinate.

RELATED TASKS:

Prepares and monitors division budget;
Coordinates with City, State and Federal personnel who audit and monitor program compliance;
Supervises housing rehabilitation program;
Coordinates environmental reviews and assessments for CDBG activities;
Prepares agenda item packages for submittal to City Council;
Responsible for citizen participation process in relation to CDBG activities;
Attends meetings; serves on committees as needed; makes speeches or presentations;
Maintains a comprehensive, current knowledge of applicable laws/regulations, maintains an awareness of new trends
and advances in the profession, reads professional literature, maintains professional affiliations, attends workshops and
training sessions as appropriate;
Supervises and evaluates the work performance of employees;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

Comprehensive knowledge of community development and housing programs, and the State and Federal regulations
governing them; advanced knowledge of research methodology and of standard statistical procedures, including
demographic statistics; skill in communicating ideas effectively both orally and in writing; ability to read and interpret
complex regulations, and develop appropriate strategies for implementing them; ability to establish and maintain
effective working relationships with associates, City officials, State and Federal government agencies, other
professionals, staff, program recipients, contractors, lenders, realtors, and community groups; ability to use personal
computer and word processing and spreadsheet software; ability to supervise the work of subordinates.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education or experience equal to graduation from an accredited four-year college or university
with a Bachelor’s Degree in the Social Sciences, Planning, Business Administration or a related field. A minimum of
two years of experience working with Federal and/or State grant programs, particularly in community development
and/or housing is preferred; experience in urban planning, real estate, or mortgage lending also helpful. A minimum
of two years of supervisory experience is preferred.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of a valid State of Florida driver's license.

DEVELOPMENT SERVICES/15-60
                                                                                                 City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                    Job Description
                                     COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENT ASSISTANT
                                                   N20

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs difficult skilled clerical, administrative and technical work in the City’s Community Improvement section
processing and handling SHIP and CDBG applications; does related work as required. Work is performed under
general supervision.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Answers telephones and responds to requests for information from walk-in visitors;
Receives applications for SHIP programs, verifying accuracy and completeness;
Assists applicants in completing applications and requests for information;
Reviews and processes applications, updates computer system;
Qualifies applications and prepares necessary response;
Creates, maintains, and audits records, logs, spreadsheets and reports;
Performs third party checks on income, assets, etc. of new applicants;
Performs arithmetic calculations necessary to determine applicants’ eligibility for SHIP or CDBG programs;
Conducts briefing sessions of eligible SHIP applicants, which requires an oral presentation;
Conducts closing sessions with individual applicants who purchase homes with SHIP funds;
Works closely with applicants, lenders, realtors, title companies and City Financial Services staff to coordinate timely
real estate closings for SHIP first-time homebuyers;
Files all paperwork and maintains personnel files;
Calls or E-Mails (through the Internet) newspapers and/or related publications regarding advertising;
Coordinates all purchasing related functions including purchase orders, receivables, acts as a liaison for all vendors,
Prepares requisitions and purchase orders for purchases;
Checks and verifies items received and processes invoices for payment;
Assists in preparation and monitoring of budget.

RELATED TASKS:

Gives information to the public or directs requests to appropriate department;
Opens, reads, copies, and distributes incoming mail and faxes; composes routine responses independently;
Operates word and data processing equipment;
Handles a variety of routine administrative or technical assignments;
Under direction, plans and arranges meetings; schedules appointments;
Makes travel arrangements;
Works in conjunction with Financial Services and Development Services administrative staff on a regular basis to
perform regular job functions;
Assists Community Improvement Administrator;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

Knowledge of State rules on SHIP program; Familiarity with FSS 119 with regards to records retention; Knowledge of
Federal regulations on income calculation; General knowledge of standard office practices and procedures; ability to
plan, lay out, and conduct clerical operations involving transactions requiring effective accountability and accurate
control; ability to present ideas clearly and effectively both orally and in written form; thorough knowledge of business
English usage and spelling; ability to use business math and to make basic arithmetical calculations; ability to file
accurately; ability to type accurately at a rate of 50 WPM; skill in the operation of word processing, spreadsheets,
and desktop publishing programs; ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with City officials,
supervisors, associates, applicants, bank personnel, realtors, and the general public.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school; and some experience in
clerical and/or personnel work. Experience in the lending industry or in housing and community development
programs is desirable.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS

Possession of a valid State of Florida Class “E” driver’s license.



DEVELOPMENT SERVICES
8/12/05
                                                                                                         City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                            Job Description
                                 COMMUNITY RESOURCES AND AFFAIRS SPECIALIST
                                                   X32


GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs complex professional work developing, organizing, and coordinating a variety of recreation programs, activities,
and special community events; does related work as required.

Work is performed under general supervision.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Plans, organizes, conducts, and Implements a variety of special events for the community Including concerts, parades, art
exhibits, arts and crafts shows, and similar events and activities;
Corresponds and coordinates with other City departments, citizens, volunteers, C.R.A., City Manager, Chamber of
Commerce, Downtown Merchants, Historical Society, F.A.U. and other groups, organizations and foundations, regarding the
use of specialized equipment, property and sponsorship needs;
Updates application forms, designs fliers, and programs;
Prepares related public announcements and media relations functions regarding event publicity; Recruits sponsors for
events, and coordinates sponsorship opportunities with marketing strategies;
Prepares, updates, and evaluates the budget for each event Including revenue and expenditure projections;
Plans, programs, coordinates, and evaluates the use of recreation and parks facilities;
Cooperates with other staff members in coordinating community wide events and work groups to determine recreation
interests and needs of all ages.

RELATED TASKS:

Prepares manual for each event;
Corresponds with print shop, etc.;
Obtains necessary equipment and supplies; coordinates pickup and delivery of same;
Coordinates contract signings and admission to events;
Coordinates registration and helps register participants;
Evaluates all special event programs with other appropriate staff; Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

Thorough knowledge of the principles and practices of recreation programming; comprehensive knowledge of methods of
working with a variety of groups; thorough knowledge of a variety of public recreation activities; knowledge of desktop
publishing; ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with City and other government agency officials,
associates, non-profit groups, community organizations, businesses and citizens of all ages; ability to make decisions
concerning community activities; skill In the direction of a variety of recreational and athletic activities.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from an accredited college or university with major
course work in recreation administration, marketing program planning, or related field and considerable experience with
planning, organizing and marketing recreation programs.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of a valid State of Florida driver’s license. Must obtain FRPA professional certification within two years from date
of appointment.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Must be able to lift and carry articles weighing up to 50 lbs. Exposure to extreme temperatures, noises and dust.




RECREATION SERVICES/61-01
2/2/02
                                                                                       City of Boca Raton
                                                                                          Job Description
                              COMMUNITY SERVICE OFFICER SUPERVISOR
                                              N27


GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK

Performs challenging work recruiting, training, and overseeing the work of subordinate Community Service
Officers and school crossing guards in crash investigations, traffic control and related fields. Work is
performed under regular supervision.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS

Recruits, hires, and trains Community Service Officers and School Crossing Guards;
Supervises School Crossing Guards and Community Service Officers involved in crash investigations;
Evaluates the performance of all Community Service Officers and School Crossing Guards;
Assists with the Department’s involvement in special events (i.e. parades, races, enforcement/education
campaigns, etc.);
Coordinates with Florida Highway Patrol to keep the City in compliance with state traffic crash forms;
Receives and remedies traffic problems brought to the Department’s attention;
Reviews crash reports and other documentation as submitted by Special Operations Unit officers and
Community Service officers;
Perform other duties assigned by supervisor.

RELATED TASKS

Ensures the maintenance of an ample supply of traffic citations and crash forms;
Coordinates the maintenance/repair of assigned and fleet vehicles;
Offers assistance to all members of this Department in the areas of traffic investigation and special traffic
problems;

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES

Ability to plan, supervise, and train others; General knowledge of traffic and parking ordinances; general
knowledge of traffic laws and regulations; ability to investigate traffic accidents and to determine causes of
accidents; ability to enforce parking regulations fairly and impartially; ability to handle people under stressful
situations; ability to handle a variety of record keeping functions; ability to communicate effectively orally and
in writing; ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with associates and the general
public.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school. Successful
completion of Community Service Officer Aptitude examination. Must score 12.9 on the TABE in Reading,
Writing and Language.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS

Possession of a valid Florida Driver’s License



POLICE SERVICES/22-13
11/26/01
                                                                                                     City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                        Job Description
                                            COMMUNITY SERVICE OFFICER
                                                       N21

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs responsible protective service work investigating accidents, enforcing parking regulations and performing a
variety of community service activities in the Police Department; does related work as required. Work is performed
under regular supervision.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Investigates traffic accidents and minor crimes; issues citations, if applicable, and testifies in court;
Directs traffic at intersections when necessary;
Helps with traffic control at special events;
Enforces parking regulations; issues citations for illegally parked cars:
Takes reports of stolen property, suspicious incidents and minor crimes over telephone;
Follows up on investigations of hit and run accidents;
Assists motorists with disabled vehicles;

RELATED TASKS:

Checks abandoned and disabled vehicles;
Transports police fleet vehicles to maintenance garage for servicing;
Directs traffic at intersections when necessary;
Acts as school crossing guard when necessary;
Performs office related tasks.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

General knowledge of traffic and parking ordinances; general knowledge of traffic laws and regulations; ability to
investigate traffic accidents and to determine causes of accidents; ability to enforce parking regulations fairly and
impartially; ability to handle people under stressful situations; ability to handle a variety of record keeping functions;
ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing, must be able to take and pass community service officer
aptitude examination at time of applying.


EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school. Must pass TABE with a
score of 12.9 in Math, Reading and Language.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of a valid State of Florida driver’s license.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Ability to lift and carry articles weighing up to 50 lbs. Ability to push articles weighing up to 100 lbs. Must be able to
wear safety vest and gloves. Exposure to extreme temperatures and animals/insects.




POLICE SERVICES/22-11, 22-13
11/26/01
                                                                                     City of Boca Raton
                                                                                     Job Description
                                 COMPUTER ANALYST/PROCESS CONTROL
                                               X34

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs technical tasks in process control systems for the water, wastewater and reclaimed water systems of
the City; does related work as required. Work is performed under regular supervision.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

•   Maintenance, customization and programming of process control systems and related software
•   Troubleshoot daily process control operation and make necessary changes/reprogramming to accommodate
    changes in reporting needs and on-screen graphics
•   Integration of process control additions to the water, wastewater and reclaimed water systems, ensuring quality and
    consistency of new process control systems and seamless integration with the existing systems.
•   Maintenance of real-time and historical databases; ensure accuracy of detailed documentation for the complete
    process control and telemetry system infrastructure
•   Complete inquires and queries to the databases, and modify reports required for internal daily process control
•   Performing routine maintenance and tape backups for all process control computer systems and subsystems
•   Responding to emergency cal relating system malfunctions, perform diagnosis and problem resolution
•   Administers and maintains the Utility Services Department computer network
•   Installs, maintains and troubleshoots network communications hardware and software
•   Provides training and technical support for Department employees
•   Installs computer software and hardware
•   Provides technical support on computerized maintenance and work order software

RELATED TASKS:

•   Troubleshoots software and hardware problems including memory, databases, spreadsheets, and operating system
•   Provides technical support to wireless technology
•   Installs microcomputer hardware and software
•   Performs related tasks as required

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

Thorough knowledge of telemetry and process control systems, concepts and utilization, as well as project management
concepts and techniques, thorough knowledge of water and wastewater treatment process; thorough knowledge of
Intellution software, Windows NT operating systems, SOL database management, data communication protocols,
access methods and architecture, considerable knowledge of computer hardware, internal components, peripheral
devices, network systems, diagnostic tools and methods; considerable knowledge of electronic instrumentation,
systems, and components, ability to follow oral and written instructions; ability to establish and maintain effective
working relationships with associates, superiors and other departments; must have manual dexterity.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Associates Degree in Computer Science or related field, appropriate certification, and two years experience in utilizing
process control for automation of water and wastewater treatment systems, or equivalent combination of education and
experience.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Must posses a valid State of Florida Driver’s license.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Must be able to lift, carry and push articles weighing up to 50 lbs. Exposure to electrical hazards, confined spaces,
radiation, and moving mechanical parts.

UTILITY SERVICES 42/01

4/04
                                                                                                  City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                     Job Description
                                            COMPUTER OPERATOR II (IT)
                                                      U19

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs intermediate technical work in the operation of electronic data processing equipment; does related work as
required. Work is performed under regular supervision.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Operates electronic data processing equipment in the production of a variety of reports concerning activities, financial
status and related matters;
Monitors, controls and operates the computer system; ensures system and related equipment is operating efficiently;
Determines equipment setting, and operating instructions and performs necessary input maintenance during
production runs;
Prepares peripheral equipment with forms, cards, tapes or disk files;
Train users on display stations, keyboards and printers;
Responds to questions from users and assists users with operational problems;
Performs all required backup procedures;
Monitors equipment and program performance during processing to detect errors in operations;
Notifies supervisor or vendor of equipment of program malfunction and takes corrective action if required; places
service calls when necessary;
Prepares and maintains run-time checklists;
Prints and distributes reports via miscellaneous printers;
Perform electronic transfers via modem to financial institutes and outside printing vendors;
Responds to user inquiries and complaints concerning report systems and/or problems.

RELATED TASKS:

Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

Extensive knowledge of data processing center operation, uses and capabilities of electronic data processing main
and peripheral equipment; extensive knowledge of I.B.M. OS400 operating system command line access; some
knowledge of general office practices and equipment; ability to understand and carry out complex written and oral
instructions; ability to establish effective working relationships with the staffs of user departments and with associates;
skill in the use of electronic data processing equipment.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school supplemented by a
recognized course in data processing and a minimum of 1 year experience in the operation of complex computer
equipment.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Ability to lift, carry and push articles weighing up to 50 lbs. Manual dexterity required.



CITY MANAGER/IT/04-31
05/03/2006
                                                                                                 City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                    Job Description
                                            CONSTRUCTION INSPECTOR
                                                     N29

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs difficult technical work inspecting construction projects for specification compliance; does related work as
required. Work is performed under regular supervision.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Inspects a variety of private and public construction projects for compliance with approved plans, specifications,
standards, policies, procedures, and legal requirements;
Keeps progress records; prepares reports and submits to appropriate authority;
Informs contractor of deviations or errors and advises as to corrective action;
Takes samples of materials and tests for quality in field or at shop;
Reviews permit requirements, inspection standards, testing requirements, and related information with developer,
contractor and engineer of records;
Studies residential construction plans to determine code compliance;
Inspects residential construction sites to determine acceptability of design features;
Inspects road projects, utility projects, sidewalks, drainage elevations, and construction projects for compliance with
plans, specifications, and standards with regard to proper materials, grading elevations, work quality, and safety
precautions;
Inspects material received by contractors at project site to determine whether or not they meet the required
specifications;
Checks footings and slabs for proper width and depth, checks for size, placement, and setback regulations;
Testifies in Court on code violations cases;
Issues warnings for non-compliance;
Makes final inspections;
Coordinates the City's participation in the National Flood Insurance Program.

RELATED TASKS:

Advises supervisor on major discrepancies;
Responds to citizen complaints concerning construction project inconveniences and other property owners;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

Thorough knowledge of construction practices, techniques, materials and equipment related to capital improvement
projects; thorough knowledge of engineering plans, specifications, and drawings; ability to read and interpret plans,
specifications, and blueprints and to compare them with various aspects of construction in progress; ability to detect
errors in construction projects; ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with officials,
contractors, property owners, and associates to effect satisfactory compliance with specifications and standards;
ability to maintain accurate records.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school and considerable experience
in subprofessional engineering or construction inspection work.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of a valid State of Florida driver’s license.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Must be able to lift, carry and push articles weighing up to 20 lbs. Must be able to wear hard hat/helmet, safety
glasses, safety shoes, and gloves. Exposure to extreme temperatures, electrical hazards, noise, heights, and dust.


MUNICIPAL SERVICES/44-18, 44-19
10/10/98
                                                                                                               City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                                  Job Description

                                            Construction Project Coordinator
                                                          X34

General Definition of Work:

Performs day to day supervision and coordination between contactor and architect/engineer for completion of utility and
construction projects to meet deadlines; monitors budget and established construction standards, performs inspections for
specifications compliance. Work is performed under regular supervision.

Typical/Essential Functions:

Assists with the procurement of construction services and contractors for new construction and renovations;
Reviews construction plans, shop drawings and record drawings;
Analyzes project costs and reviews invoices for payment recommendations;
Serves as facilitator between contractor, architect/engineer, and officials;
Prepares status reports on projects;
Recommends effective solutions to construction related problems;
Inspects a variety of private and public construction projects for compliance with approved plans and specifications; Informs
contractor of deviations or errors and advises as to corrective action;
Reviews permit requirements, inspection standards, testing requirements, and related information;
Inspects utility projects and construction projects for compliance with plans and standards with regard to proper materials,
grading elevations, work quality, and safety precautions;
Responds to citizen and property owner complaints concerning construction project issues;

Related Tasks:

Responsible for monitoring construction budget and schedule;
Verifies monthly progress reports and pay request and recommends payment to Financial Services Dept.
Recommends and processes change orders for City Council approval;
Responsible for close out of project;
Maintains progress records; prepares reports and submits to appropriate authority;
Advises supervisor on major discrepancies;
Inspects commercial properties within the City for back flow prevention devices on water service lines;
Takes samples of materials and tests for quality in field or at shop;
Studies residential construction plans to determine code compliance;
Inspects residential construction sites to determine acceptability of design features;
Inspects materials received by contractors at project site to determine if they meet the required specifications;
Takes pressure readings at buildings, checks service lines and water meters to make sure they are working properly;
Video tapes all projects before construction starts;
Hangs door hangers notifying the public of construction projects or boil water alerts;
Performs related tasks as required.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

Thorough knowledge of construction project management and municipal policies and procedures; thorough knowledge of
construction practices, techniques, materials, and equipment relating to capital improvement projects; thorough knowledge of
engineering plans and specification; ability to read and interpret plans and specifications and to compare them with various
aspects of construction in progress; ability to detect errors in construction projects; ability to establish and maintain effective
working relationships with officials, engineers, contractors, and property owners; ability to maintain accurate records.

Education and Experience:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from an accredited college or university with major
course work in construction management, engineering, business, or public administration and 3 years experience or 10 plus
years of combined experience as an Engineering Inspector and Project Manager with water/sewer infrastructure related
experience.

Special Requirements:

Possession of a valid State of Florida driver’s license.
                                                                                                      City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                         Job Description


Physical Demands:

Must be able to lift, carry and push articles weighing up to 50lbs. Must be able to wear hard hat/helmet, safety glasses,
safety shoes, and gloves. Exposure to extreme temperatures, electrical hazards, noise, heights and dust.

Utility Services 42/01
01/08
                                                                                                  City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                     Job Description
                                       CONSTRUCTION PROJECT MANAGER
                                                    X34

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs day to day supervision and coordination between contractor and architect/engineer for completion of
construction projects to meet deadlines, monitors budget and established construction standards. Work is performed
under supervision of department director.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Analyses Project costs;
Serves as facilitator between contractor and architect/engineer and between contractor, architect/engineer and City
staff;
Recommends effective solutions to construction problems;
Verifies work is in compliance with City standards, codes, and permit requirements;
Assists with the procurement of construction services and contractors for new construction and renovations to
existing facilities;
Oversees project and makes appropriate comments and recommendations..

RELATED TASKS:

Prepares daily reports on construction in progress including comments and recommendations;
Responsible for construction budget and schedule;
Prepares weekly status reports on projects;
Verifies monthly progress reports and pay requests and recommends payment to FINANCIAL SERVICES
Department;
Recommends and processes all change orders for City Council approval;
Responsible for close out of project;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

Thorough knowledge of construction standards and construction project management; thorough knowledge of
municipal policies and procedures; skill in negotiating; skill in problem solving; ability to communicate effectively both
orally and in writing.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from an accredited college or university with
major course work in construction management, engineering, business, or public administration and two years
experience or seven (7) years of combined experience as a Project Manager or General Contractor. Certification as
a Uniform Building Code Inspector and governmental experience preferred.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of a valid State of Florida driver’s license.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Must be able to lift, carry and push articles weighing up to 50 lbs. Must be able to wear hard hat/helmet, safety
glasses, safety shoes, and gloves. Exposure to extreme temperatures, electrical hazards, noise, heights, and dust.




RECREATION SERVICES/61-01
10/10/98
                                                                                                     City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                        Job Description

                                            CONTRACT ADMINISTRATOR
                                                     N29

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs paraprofessional/technical work inspecting and monitoring facility maintenance contracts, such as pest control,
custodial, elevator maintenance, plant maintenance, Fire Alarm Monitoring and Maintenance contracts; Generator
Maintenance contract, etc.; does related work as required. Work is performed under minimum supervision.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Initiates, coordinates, manages, monitors and/or evaluates all activities of assigned contracts. Assumes project or lead-
worker responsibility for administering, monitoring, or evaluating the activities and operations of a contract.
Inspect and monitor performance of maintenance contractors to ensure all vendors are in compliance with contracts
Reviews and monitors compliance to contract requirements in annual contracts; requests vendor to provide documentation
to verify compliance.
Conducts field inspections of vendor and monitors departmental contract performance; notifies parties of any contract
violations.
Recommends contract specifications
Review specifications for Bids, Requests for Quotes, Requests for Proposal; research tasks to be performed.
Compiles documents relating to project bidding process.
Prepares contract documents, Notices of Award, Notices to Proceed.
Creates accurate and thorough project reports and submits to Operations Manager and Facilities Manager.
Supervises Day Porters for custodial contractor, dispatching them as needed
Monitors Contractor projects, maintaining contract records, scheduling work, coordinating with staff as needed.
Coordinates with representatives from other departments to ensure timely and accurate contract administration and problem
resolution
Contacts vendors regarding job completion and invoice payment; coordinates invoicing, payments and charge-backs with
Finance, Purchasing, and Vendors
Investigates and resolves complaints from City staff regarding performance of maintenance contracts
Assists Facilities Manager with Budget development and monitoring
Monitors Capital Improvement Project requests.
Initiates special amendments/change orders to contracts.
Assists in the development of projects, programs and contracts policies, procedures and schedules.
Performs analysis of contracts; prepares statistical reports, project reports and related data.
Provides professional level staff assistance to an administrative superior, division or department head in specially assigned
areas of operation; assists and advises on matters pertaining to contracts assigned.
Reviews, interprets and analyzes contract terms and conditions and other contract documents.

RELATED TASKS:

Monitors equipment and supplies being used by contracts and maintains related specification manuals
Evaluates and reviews the needs of projects and assesses and orders supplies/materials for use by the Contractor
Maintains Building Inventory, updating as new buildings are added and/or improvements to City buildings are completed.
Maintains Access Control program, preparing reports as needed, programming cards, adding and deleting users.
Monitors contracts associated with access control operations and maintenance
Completes Vendor Performance reports and other forms as needed.
Compiles and assembles reports received.
Designs standard forms for daily operations, contract controls and for reports.
Coordinates new building systems with other sections.
Investigate and resolve customer complaints and requests.
Update computer database.
May assist in planning, coordinating and directing the work of subordinates as required by work assignment
Writes and processes work orders
Prepares requisitions for supplies and services
Maintains logs of work assignments and inspection areas
                                                                                                      City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                         Job Description

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

Strong knowledge of the City’s procurement code, purchasing practices; thorough knowledge of standard office practices,
procedures, equipment; thorough knowledge of City policies and procedures, functions and organization; ability to establish
and maintain effective working relationships with City officials, associates, vendors and contractors. Ability to communicate
effectively both orally and in writing. Considerable knowledge of the standard practices in the fields of local government,
budgeting, procurement and accounting. Considerable knowledge of contract administration. Ability to create and prepare
complex reports and maintain records; ability to organize and perform work independently; ability to type accurately at a rate
of 60 WPM; skilled in the use of a variety of standard and automated office equipment; knowledge of Word, Excel, and
Access, MP2 and Johnson Controls P-2000 System.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from an accredited community college, with major
course work in business administration, office management, contract administration and project management.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of a valid State of Florida driver’s license.


MUNICIPAL SERVICES
3/17/06
                                                                                                  City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                     Job Description

                                            COURSE RANGER/STARTER
                                                     U01


GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs intermediate semiskilled work in the daily maintenance and running of the golf course; does related work as
required. Work is performed under regular supervision.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Organizes and directs tee off area for golfers;
Supervises and maintains the flow of golfers to carts and movement around the course;
Monitors speed of play and takes necessary action to correct any problems.

RELATED TASKS:

Cleans starter area;
Moves ropes, applies paint, markers or signs where needed;
Applies fire ant chemicals;
Handles complaints from the public;
Repairs ball marks and divots on the course;
Picks up trash on the course;
Maintains water coolers on the course;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

General knowledge of the methods, materials, and practices used in golf course operations; ability to establish and
maintain effective working relationships with City officials, employees, course guests, and the general public; ability to
prepare reports and keep records; skill in the operation of golf course maintenance equipment; ability to operate golf
cart and paint sprayer; ability to work weekends and holidays approximately 20 hours per week.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school. Strong knowledge of or
playing experience in the game of golf preferred.


PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Exposure to extreme temperatures and weather conditions, and animals/insects.



RECREATION SERVICES/63-12
09/06/2007
                                                                                               City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                  Job Description
                                         CRIME INTELLIGENCE ANALYST
                                                     N24

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs intermediate protective service work analyzing crime patterns in the City; does related work as required.
Work is performed under regular supervision.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Analyzes police incident reports by type of crime, suspect(s) description, geographical location, time of occurrence,
method of operation, vehicles and type of stolen property;
Runs criminal history checks on subjects who were field interviewed by officers and people arrested for criminal
activity;
Prepares intelligence reports;
Provides recommendations or strategies to be used for apprehending criminals in the form of directed patrol
recommendations; extra surveillance, stakeouts, etc.;
Responds to investigative requests for analytical examination of data;
Responds to personnel requests for area analysis studies; background studies; statistical information and any other
studies on demand.

RELATED TASKS:

Runs computer checks on auto tags, driver's licenses, wanted checks, etc.;
Prepares and distributes wanted person reports and statistical reports;
Monitors pawnshop activity and possible flow of stolen property through shops;
Establishes, maintains and coordinates contacts with various local, State, and Federal law enforcement agencies to
facilitate a productive information exchange network;
Maintains special "M.O." (method of operation) files on subjects arrested in City and surrounding cities;
Assists in developing and updating old databases to identify crime patterns;
Attends and participates in Patrol and Detective Bureau briefings;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

General knowledge of police investigative practices, techniques, and procedures; general knowledge of analytical
techniques; general knowledge of statistics and analytical techniques; general knowledge of the methods used to
determine crime patterns; ability to collect and analyze crime trend information; ability to use standard office and
crime information network equipment; ability to analyze data and draw conclusions; ability to keep accurate and
detailed records, analyze complex data, and prepare reports; skill in the operation of a personal computer; ability to
establish and maintain effective working relationships with other police personnel and the general public.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school and some experience in
police work, preferably in the area of crime analysis.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of a valid State of Florida driver’s license. Possession of a FCIC and NCIC certificate.




POLICE SERVICES/22-11
10/1/03
                                                                                                City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                   Job Description
                                             CRIME LAB SUPERVISOR
                                                      N30

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs difficult protective service work overseeing the operations of the crime laboratory and the evidence/property
room processing crime scenes for evidence and securing obtained evidence; does related work as required. Work is
performed under regular supervision.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Supervises and evaluates crime laboratory employees;
Supervises and manages evidence control room;
Plans, schedules, evaluates, and counsels laboratory staff on work performance to ensure compliance with
department policies and procedures;
Trains laboratory personnel;
Responsible for purchasing and maintenance of Lab supplies and equipment;
Responsible for Lab safety requirements;
Responds to major scenes to supervise analysis of evidentiary material and laboratory examinations.

RELATED TASKS:

Testifies in court as an expert witness;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

Thorough knowledge of the rules and regulations of the Police Department; thorough knowledge of police
investigative techniques and techniques of identification; thorough knowledge of evidentiary procedures; thorough
knowledge of the techniques of processing crime scenes and maintaining the security of evidence; ability to analyze
evidence; ability to gather and secure evidence; ability to keep detailed records and prepare reports; thorough
knowledge in photography and latent print development and darkroom procedures; ability to utilize AFIS technology
and perform related work as necessary.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to a 2 year degree in Forensic Science or equivalent
specialized training in Forensic Science courses and minimum 6 years experience in a full-time crime scene
Investigation and laboratory experience as a level recognized as an expert witness. Completion of basic and
advanced FBI Fingerprint courses. Supervisory experience preferred.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of Crime Scene certification with International Association for Identification or ability to become certified
within 1 year. Possession of a valid State of Florida driver’s license.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Must be able to lift and carry articles weighing up to 25 lbs., and push articles weighing up to 75 lbs. Must be able to
wear safety glasses, goggles, respirator, safety shoes/boots, coveralls, gloves, safety harness, mask, and biohazard
suit. Exposure to extreme temperatures, electrical hazards, noise, heights, confined spaces, vibration, radiation,
dust, vapors, fumes, toxic metals, poisons, animals/insect bites, mist, gases, asphyxiants, and bloodborne
pathogens.




POLICE SERVICES/22-11
11/26/01
                                                                                              City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                 Job Description
                                             CRIME SCENE TECHNICIAN
                                                      N22

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs intermediate protective service work processing crime scenes for evidence and securing obtained evidence;
does related work as required. Work is performed under regular supervision.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Processes crime scenes in the field;
Gathers physical evidence, dusts for fingerprints; photographs crime scene; videotapes crime scene;
Sketches diagrams of crime scene areas and measures crime scene areas; preserves evidence;
Operates photo lab and maintains photo lab equipment;
Maintains detailed records and prepares reports on activities.

RELATED TASKS:

Gathers and marks evidence;
Maintains chain of custody of evidence gathered and photographs taken at crime scene;
Makes plaster casts; works in the crime lab; processes evidence brought into crime lab;
Helps train police officers in basic crime scene work;
Sorts evidence into chronological order and records evidence into custody; files evidence onto appropriate shelves or
bins;
Prepares and transports evidence to County crime lab;
Locates owners of lost property turned into evidence room;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

Thorough knowledge of the rules and regulations of the Police Department; thorough knowledge of police
investigative techniques and techniques of identification; thorough knowledge of rules of evidence and laws of search
and seizure; thorough knowledge of the techniques of processing crime scenes and maintaining the security of
evidence; ability to analyze evidence; ability to gather and secure evidence; ability to keep detailed records and
prepare reports; skill in the use of photography equipment and the operation of an automobile.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school and some experience
processing crime scenes.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of a valid State of Florida driver’s license.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Must be able to lift, carry and push articles weighing up to 25 lbs. Must be able to wear hard hat/helmet, safety
glasses, goggles, respirator, safety shoes/boots, coveralls, gloves, face shield, safety harness, mask, and biohazard
suit. Exposure to extreme temperatures, electrical hazards, noise, heights, moving mechanical parts, confined
spaces, vibration, radiation, dust, vapors, fumes, toxic metals, poisons, animals/insect bites, mist, gases, smoke,
irritants, asphyxiants, and bloodborne pathogens.




POLICE SERVICES/22-11
11/26/01
                                                                                                 City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                    Job Description
                                                 CUSTODIAL WORKER
                                                       UB11

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs responsible unskilled work in the care and cleaning of City buildings, equipment, and facilities; does related
work as required. Work is performed under regular supervision.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Washes windows, walls, woodwork, and venetian blinds;
Vacuums, sweeps, and dust mops floors;
Waxes and uses buffers on floors; wipes bleachers and furniture;
Gathers and disposes of trash and debris;
Picks up paper and trash from grounds; empties trash containers;
Cleans and supplies rest rooms daily;
Sets up and breaks down rooms for conferences and meetings;
Picks up and delivers tables and chairs;
Assures cleanliness of grounds adjacent to building entrance and walkways.

RELATED TASKS:

Dusts and/or polishes chairs, tables, shelves, and other furniture or equipment;
Informs supervisor of necessary cleaning and housekeeping supplies;
Picks up cleaning supplies and maintains janitorial inventory;
Delivers newsletters and brochures;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

Some knowledge of cleaning methods, materials, and equipment; ability to understand and follow simple oral and
written directions; ability to get along well with others; ability to follow oral and written instructions.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of a valid State of Florida driver’s license.
.
PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Must be able to lift and carry articles weighing up to 50 lbs. Must be able to push articles weighing up to 300 lbs. Must
be able to wear goggles, safety belt, safety shoes/boots, gloves, and seat belt. Exposure to extreme temperatures,
noise, heights, vibration, insects, poisons, and irritants.



RECREATION SERVICES/61-21, 64-12, 64-13
10/10/98
                                                                                                 City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                    Job Description
                                                 CUSTODIAL WORKER
                                                        B11

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs responsible unskilled work in the care and cleaning of City buildings, equipment, and facilities; does related
work as required. Work is performed under regular supervision.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Washes windows, walls, woodwork, and venetian blinds;
Vacuums, sweeps, and dust mops floors;
Waxes and uses buffers on floors; wipes bleachers and furniture;
Gathers and disposes of trash and debris;
Picks up paper and trash from grounds; empties trash containers;
Cleans and supplies rest rooms daily;
Sets up and breaks down rooms for conferences and meetings;
Picks up and delivers tables and chairs;
Assures cleanliness of grounds adjacent to building entrance and walkways.

RELATED TASKS:

Dusts and/or polishes chairs, tables, shelves, and other furniture or equipment;
Informs supervisor of necessary cleaning and housekeeping supplies;
Picks up cleaning supplies and maintains janitorial inventory;
Delivers newsletters and brochures;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

Some knowledge of cleaning methods, materials, and equipment; ability to understand and follow simple oral and
written directions; ability to get along well with others; ability to follow oral and written instructions.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of a valid State of Florida driver’s license.
.
PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Must be able to lift and carry articles weighing up to 50 lbs. Must be able to push articles weighing up to 300 lbs. Must
be able to wear goggles, safety belt, safety shoes/boots, gloves, and seat belt. Exposure to extreme temperatures,
noise, heights, vibration, insects, poisons, and irritants.


RECREATION SERVICES/61-21, 64-12, 64-13
10/10/98
                                                                                                 City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                    Job Description
                                             CUSTODIAL WORKER
                                     SUGAR SAND PARK COMMUNITY CENTER
                                                   UB11

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs responsible unskilled work in the care and cleaning of buildings, equipment, and facilities; does related work
as required. Work is performed under regular supervision.

TYPICAL JOB FUNCTIONS:

Washes windows, walls, woodwork, and blinds;
Vacuums, sweeps, and dust mops floors;
Waxes and uses buffers on floors; wipes bleachers and furniture;
Gathers and disposes of trash and debris;
Picks up paper and trash from grounds; empties trash containers;
Cleans and supplies rest rooms daily;
Maintains cleanliness of community center rooms, theatre, carousel and Science Explorium;
Sets up and breaks down rooms for conferences, events, classes and meetings;
Picks up and delivers tables and chairs;
Assists with the daily operations of the carousel;
Assures cleanliness of grounds adjacent to building entrance and walkways.

RELATED TASKS:

Provides quality customer care;
Dusts and/or polishes chairs, tables, shelves, and other furniture or equipment;
Informs supervisor of necessary cleaning and housekeeping supplies;
Picks up cleaning supplies and maintains janitorial inventory;
Delivers newsletters and brochures;
Assists with special events and programs;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

Some knowledge of cleaning methods, materials, and equipment; ability to understand and follow oral and written
directions; ability to communicate with the public in a courteous and professional manner; ability to establish and
maintain effective working relationships with associates.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school. Two years experience as a
custodian. Customer service experience.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of a valid State of Florida driver’s license.
.
PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Must be able to lift and carry articles weighing up to 50 lbs. Must be able to push articles weighing up to 300 lbs. Must
be able to wear hard hat/helmet, safety glasses, goggles, respirator, safety shoes/boots, hearing protectors, welders
helmet, face shield, safety harness, safety vest, and gloves. Exposure to extreme temperatures, animals/insects,
electrical hazards, confined spaces, heights, noise, vibration, dust, vapors, fumes, mist, smoke, toxic metals, poisons,
and irritants and moving mechanical parts. Ability to stand and walk for up to six hours at a time.


RECREATION SERVICES/64-13
02/09
                                                                                                    City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                       Job Description
                                        CUSTOMER ASSISTANCE SPECIALIST
                                                     N16

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs intermediate skilled clerical work involving customer service activities and the preparation and/or
maintenance of related records; does related work as required. Work is performed under regular supervision.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Receives customer inquiries, Development Services requests, and complaints by telephone;
Acts as receptionist on call-in telephone system answering telephone and advising customers and contractors on
permit information, code enforcement and licensing;
Advises customers on automated and computerized building inspection procedures;
Records data entry of permit pick-up information
Assists customers on the use of the VRU (Voice Response Unit); Performs a variety of filing and record keeping
duties associated with permitting, licensing and code enforcement activities Researches permit and property history
records and provides general assistance to customers
Relays and records messages as required.

RELATED TASKS:

Provides high volume telephone customer assistance and service for the various sections of the Code Compliance
Division including screening for proper call routing in a diplomatic and professional manner;
Operates call-in telephone system (Seimens HiPath ProCenter Agile experience preferred), personal computer and
other standard office equipment essential to maintaining records;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

General knowledge of, a call-in telephone system (Seimens HiPath ProCenter Agile experience preferred) and
considerable experience communicating with the public in a high volume call-center environment including knowledge
of call center, methods, procedures, and equipment; general knowledge of standard office procedures, practices, and
equipment; general knowledge of building, code enforcement and licensing procedures desirable but we will train
individuals with substantial call center experience; ability to understand and follow oral and written directions; ability to
establish and follow detailed work procedures; skill in the use of a variety of office machines and computer
equipment; ability to pass Math and clerical tests at time of application; ability to establish and maintain effective
working relationships with citizens and customers.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school and considerable public
contact experience.


DEVELOPMENT SERVICES/12-12, 12-15
1/4/07
                                                                                                     City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                        Job Description
                                       CUSTOMER SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE
                                                     U16


GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs intermediate skilled clerical work involving customer service activities and the preparation and/or
maintenance of related records; does related work as required. Work is performed under regular supervision.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Receives customer inquiries, service requests, and complaints by telephone or in person;
Advises customers on billing, collection, and service procedures;
Records and collects parking ticket and false alarm fees;
Receives utility payments through mail, bank, and in person and posts to proper account;
Assists customers in establishing new service accounts, closing or transferring accounts;
Performs a variety of filing and record keeping duties associated with utility billing and collection activities;
Researches and corrects errors in customer accounts;
Collects money for new services and deposits;
Collects money for other City departments.

RELATED TASKS:

Mails water bills; researches high bills and ensures billing is correct;
Ensures cash and checks received balance with bill stubs, receipts; closes cash register;
Counts and rings up money received by other departments;
Writes work orders to re-check meters and cut-off for customers who are moving;
Must operate calculator, personal computer and other standard office equipment essential to maintaining records;
Responsible for transactions related to hand-held meter reading and radio frequency that are transferred between
personal computer and the City's main frame;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

General knowledge of bookkeeping terminology, methods, procedures, and equipment; general knowledge of
standard office procedures, practices, and equipment; general knowledge of utility service connection and termination
procedures, billing, collecting, and adjustments; ability to understand and follow oral and written directions; ability to
establish and follow detailed work procedures; skill in the use of a variety of office machines and computer
equipment; ability to pass 10 Key, Math and clerical tests at time of application; ability to establish and maintain
effective working relationships with citizens and customers.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school and considerable public
contact experience.



6/29/04 - update
                                                                                                     City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                        Job Description
                                       CUSTOMER SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE
                                                     N16

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs intermediate skilled clerical work involving customer service activities and the preparation and/or
maintenance of related records; does related work as required. Work is performed under regular supervision.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Receives customer inquiries, service requests, and complaints by telephone or in person;
Advises customers on billing, collection, and service procedures;
Records and collects parking ticket and false alarm fees;
Receives utility payments through mail, bank, and in person and posts to proper account;
Assists customers in establishing new service accounts, closing or transferring accounts;
Performs a variety of filing and record keeping duties associated with utility billing and collection activities;
Researches and corrects errors in customer accounts;
Collects money for new services and deposits;
Collects money for other City departments.

RELATED TASKS:

Mails water bills; researches high bills and ensures billing is correct;
Ensures cash and checks received balance with bill stubs, receipts; closes cash register;
Counts and rings up money received by other departments;
Writes work orders to re-check meters and cut-off for customers who are moving;
Must operate calculator, personal computer and other standard office equipment essential to maintaining records;
Responsible for transactions related to hand-held meter reading and radio frequency that are transferred between
personal computer and the City's main frame;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

General knowledge of bookkeeping terminology, methods, procedures, and equipment; general knowledge of
standard office procedures, practices, and equipment; general knowledge of utility service connection and termination
procedures, billing, collecting, and adjustments; ability to understand and follow oral and written directions; ability to
establish and follow detailed work procedures; skill in the use of a variety of office machines and computer
equipment; ability to pass 10 Key, Math and clerical tests at time of application; ability to establish and maintain
effective working relationships with citizens and customers.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school and considerable public
contact experience.



DEVELOPMENT SERVICES – 12/12, 15

Revised 6/04
                                                                                                          City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                             Job Description

                                        CUSTOMER SERVICES REPRESENTATIVE II
                                                       N21


GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs intermediate skilled clerical work involving customer service activities and the preparation and/or maintenance of
related records maintaining timely billing of utility accounts, processing public safety alarm registrations, billing alarm
violations, follows up on collection of past due accounts, does related work as required. Work is performed under regular
supervision.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Maintains timely billing of 36,000 accounts;
Provides meter personnel with rechecks;
Prepares turn off lists for delinquent utility services;
Provide hands-on training for new incumbents;
Assists customers in establishing new service accounts, closing or transferring accounts;
Receives customer inquiries, service requests, and complaints by telephone or in person;
Advises customers on billing, collection, and service procedures;
Performs a variety of filing and record keeping duties associated with utility billing and collection activities;
Researches and corrects errors in customer accounts;
Establishes false alarm registration process; bills false alarms for public safety violations;
Follow up on collection of bad debts to the City; submits delinquent accounts to collection agency;
Establishes accounts for hydrant water meters; acts as liason to developers to calculate fees and establish new utility
accounts;
Prepares pro-rated final billings for change in service; for our side of City, determines charges for new service accounts;
Assists Customer Service Representatives with difficult account resolution issues;
Takes escalated customer service calls.

RELATED TASKS:

Mails utility bills; researches high bills and ensures billing is correct;
Follows up on delinquent accounts;
Mails public safety false bills, researches unusual bills;
Writes work orders to re-check meters and cut-off for customers who are moving;
Must operate calculator, personal computer and other standard office equipment essential to maintaining records;
Responsible for transactions related to hand-held meter reading and radio frequency that are transferred between personal
computer and the City's main frame;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

General knowledge of bookkeeping terminology, methods, procedures, and equipment; general knowledge of standard office
procedures, practices, and equipment; general knowledge of utility service connection and termination procedures, billing,
collecting, and adjustments; ability to understand and follow oral and written directions; ability to establish and follow detailed
work procedures; skill in the use of a variety of office machines and computer equipment; ability to pass clerical examination
at time of application; ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with citizens and customers, general
knowledge of overall City services, knowledge of passport requirements.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school and considerable public contact
experience.



FINANCIAL SERVICES/12-12
05/24/2007
                                                                                                        City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                           Job Description

                                     DEPUTY FINANCIAL SERVICES DIRECTOR
                                                     D5

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs difficult professional and administrative work assisting in the planning, organizing, and operation of the Financial
Services Department; does related work as required. Work is performed under general supervision. Supervision is
exercised over subordinate professional, technical, and clerical personnel.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Assists the Financial Services Director in the establishment of goals and objectives for the department and coordinates work
of the department to achieve the goals and objectives;
Helps prepare the department's budget and monitors the expenditure of funds;
Directs the scheduling, coordination, and completion of the City's annual financial report on a timely basis;
Directs the accounting staff in the preparation of financial statements;
Supervises the completion of schedules and work papers for the annual audit;
Assists the Financial Services Director in the development of financing mechanisms for the City; directs the preparation of all
debt schedules for the City or any additional debt information required by the general public, officials or the rating agencies;
Assists the City Manager's office with the prioritizing, scheduling, and funding of all City projects;
Provides the accounting for various departments for specialized programs such as the motor pool, the self-insurance funds,
the golf course, and the cemetery.

RELATED TASKS:

Directs the work efforts of the accounting staff in the analysis of the General Ledger accounts;
Prepares the reporting and cash flow estimates for all capital projects;
Oversees the completion of the Capital Improvement element of the City's Comprehensive Plan;
Provides the financing mechanism and demonstrates the financial feasibility of the plan;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

Thorough knowledge of general laws and administrative policies governing municipal financial practices and procedures;
thorough knowledge of the principles and practices of accounting and budgeting in government; ability to evaluate complex
financial systems and efficiently formulate and install accounting methods, procedures, forms and records; ability to prepare
informative financial reports; ability to plan, organize, direct, and evaluate the work of subordinate employees; ability to
establish and maintain effective working relationships with City officials and associates.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from an accredited college or university with major
course work in accounting or business administration and extensive experience in public financial services administration.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Certified Public Accountant. Possession of a valid State of Florida driver’s license.


FINANCIAL SERVICES/12-11
10/10/98
                                                                                                          City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                             Job Description
                                                     DEPUTY FIRE CHIEF
                                                            D6

GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF WORK:

Performs difficult professional and responsible administrative work assisting the Fire Chief in all aspects of the administration
and management of the Fire Department; does related work as required. Work is performed under general supervision.
Supervision is exercised over professional and subordinate personnel.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Oversees the management and administration of all emergency operations, support services, training, and fire prevention
programs;
Plans, organizes, and coordinates programs, projects, and activities; assigns tasks to Division level subordinate managers;
Reviews and evaluates Fire Department operations to determine effectiveness and efficiency of services;
Assists Fire Chief and administrative staff with budget preparation and administration, recruitment and promotions;
Promulgates and maintains department rules and regulations;
Develops, reviews, and revises standard operating procedures;
Directs and participates in committees and task forces;
Addresses day-to-day issues concerning labor relations;
May assume command and control of major emergency activities, and may assume command of the Fire Department when
directed by the Fire Chief.

RELATED TASKS:

Recommends the hiring, transfer, suspension, layoff, recall, promotion, and discharge of employees;
Completes performance evaluations and counsel employees;
Works closely with the Medical Director in the development and implementation of emergency medical programs and
policies.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

Thorough knowledge of emergency medical services, fire suppression, heavy rescue, training, fire prevention, hazardous
materials, and public safety education; thorough knowledge of comprehensive risk and safety goals; thorough knowledge of
the Incident Command System; thorough knowledge of recruitment, retention, selection guidelines, contract administration,
and labor laws; knowledge of computer systems and ability to apply new technology; possession of strong analytical and
organizational skills; possession of interpersonal skills; ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing; skill in
budgetary development and administration.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation form an accredited four year college or university with
a Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration, Public Administration, or Fire Service Administration or a related field.
Completion of the Executive Fire Officer Program at the National Fire Academy, highly desired. Four (4) years as an officer
in a similar or larger fire rescue agency.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Must maintain the State of Florida Minimum Standards for firefighter and the State of Florida Emergency Medical Technician
certification. State of Florida Fire Inspector Certification Preferred. Possession of a valid State of Florida Class "E" driver's
license.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Must have correct color vision and depth perception. Must be able to lift and carry articles weighing up to 75 lbs. and push
articles weighing up to 150 lbs. Must be able to wear hard hat/helmet, safety glasses, goggles, safety belt, respirator, safety
shoes/boots, coveralls, gloves, bunker gear, and face shield. Exposure to extreme temperatures and weather conditions.
Exposure to electricity, heights of up to 100 ft., noise, moving mechanical parts, confined spaces, vibration, radiation, dust,
vapors, fumes, toxic metals, sensitizers, poisons, animals/insects, mist, gases, smoke, irritants, asphyxiates, and blood
borne pathogens.


FIRE/RESCUE SERVICES/25-01
11/26/01
                                                                                                      City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                         Job Description

                                      DEPUTY RECREATION SERVICES DIRECTOR
                                                      D4

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs complex professional and difficult administrative work assisting with the management of the City’s Recreation
Services Department; does related work as required. Work is performed under general supervision. Supervision is
exercised over department personnel.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Plans, organizes, and leads the activities of division heads and section heads in order to provide a wholesome family and
individual leisure and recreation program;
Participates in the City’s Leadership initiative;
Assumes a leadership role in the RSD’s cross-functional teams;
Coordinates and attends meetings with key staff members to plan programs, identify issues, and improve services;
Trains division heads and section heads in policies and procedures and budget issues;
Investigates citizen and employee complaints and resolves complex problems;
Prepares, justifies, and administers the department’s operating and capital improvement budgets;
Develops revenue and expenditure forecasts; participates in long-range fiscal planning for the department;
Attends and provides staff assistance, and gives recommendations to the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board and the
Greater Boca Raton Beach and Park District (a special tax district);
Responds to citizen inquiries on activities or need for services.

RELATED TASKS:

Interviews applicants for vacant positions and recommends selection;
Counsels and disciplines employees and evaluates their work performance;
Undertakes special projects as assigned; oversees the maintenance of records on department activities;
Provides liaison with other City departments on related activities;
Assumes overall control of department during Director’s absence;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

Comprehensive knowledge of the principles, practices, equipment, tools, and materials used in park maintenance and
construction and public recreation programs and facilities; thorough knowledge of human behavior of individuals and groups.
Ability to effectively plan and supervise the work of subordinates; ability to establish and maintain effective working
relationships with City officials, associates, and the general public; knowledge of forestry, landscaping, and horticulture as
applied to parks and grounds areas; knowledge of general building, equipment, repair and maintenance; ability to prepare
reports and maintain records.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Bachelor’s Degree in park and recreation administration, public administration, business, landscape architecture or related
field or any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from an accredited college or university.
Extensive professional experience in community park and recreational activities. A minimum of ten (10) years experience in
progressively responsible supervisory positions. Master’s degree preferred.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of a valid State of Florida driver’s license. Professional Certification by the NRPA and FRPA desirable.



RECREATION SERVICES/61-01
Revised 8/05
                                                                                               City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                  Job Description
                                                 DESIGN DRAFTER
                                                       N27

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs difficult technical work performing a variety of engineering design assignments; does related work as
required. Work is performed under regular supervision.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Designs and prepares roadway, drainage, water, reclaimed water, sanitary sewer, force mains, traffic signal, and
pavement marking construction plants utilizing CADD;
Design construction drawings for storm water utility management projects to meet compliance with Environmental
Protection Agency and National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System;
Plots roadway cross sections, drainage and excavation purposes;
Prepares engineering cost estimates for capital improvement projects;
Performs mathematical computations to plot coordinates and alignments;
Prepares contract documents for water and sewer installations;
Implements drawings to meet compliance with the safety guidelines of construction and traffic design standards.
Prepares correspondence pertaining to a variety of matters relating to construction projects;
Prepares necessary permit applications as required by Army Corps of Engineer, South Florida Water Management
District, Department of Environmental Protection, Palm Beach County Health Unit, Lake Worth Drainage District,
Florida Department of Transportation, Palm Beach County Land Development, Environmental Protection Agency and
National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System;
Process applications for storm water utility fund credits.

RELATED TASKS;

Prepares construction plans for bridges, seawalls, culverts, pavement resurfacing and dredge and fill projects;
Performs field inspections on ongoing construction projects along with field inspection for verification of on-site
drainage systems;
Implements drawings to meet compliance with the safety guidelines of roadway, traffic and utility design standards;
Supplies public with information concerning on-going construction projects;
Participates in the map digitizing project;
Attends reconstruction meetings with contractors to cover issues centered around design and construction of water,
sewer transpiration and drainage elements of a given project;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

Thorough knowledge of basic construction and civil engineering principles, practices, and techniques; thorough
knowledge of engineering and business mathematics, surveying, and drafting; thorough knowledge of standard office
procedures, practices, and equipment; ability to operate computer and automated drafting equipment and related
software; general knowledge of the principles and terminology of the legalities of real estate acquisition; general
knowledge of the City ordinances related to land improvement, ability to prepare technical engineering reports; ability
to establish and maintain effective working relationships with other employees, public and private agency officials,
and the general public.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from an accredited community college with
major course work in engineering and considerable experience (5 to 7 years.) in water, sewer, roadway, drainage
and CADD engineering work.


MUNICIPAL SERVICES - 44/19
8/99
                                                           DESIGN INTERN

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs basic technical work on a variety of Landscape Architecture design assignments; does related work as required.
Work is performed under regular supervision.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Designs plans for landscape architectural improvements to public facilities, parks, recreation facilities, roadway
beautification, environmentally sensitive lands, open space, bicycle and pedestrian linkages;
Prepares site design plans for grading, drainage and paving on public facilities;
Plots architectural, electrical, structural and site furniture elements on Landscape Architectural plans;
Operates computer or automated drafting equipment and related software in the performance of duties;
Performs mathematical computation on design quantities, alignments and hydraulic design;
Supplies public with information concerning on-going construction projects;
Performs field surveys to determine the condition of existing facilities;
Prepare working drawings and specifications describing technical details for construction contract work to
be accomplished by contractors/installers;
Periodically visits construction site to review progress and work quality in accordance with contract documents .

RELATED TASKS:

Develops computerized drawings to serve as a basis for design and maintenance of facilities;
Prepares correspondence pertaining to a variety of matters relating to construction projects;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

Basic knowledge of construction and landscape architecture principles, practices and techniques; basic knowledge of
landscape and irrigation design, site engineering and business math, land surveying, methods and technology used to
interpret design, basic knowledge of office procedures, practices, and equipment; basic knowledge of the principles and
terminology of related architectural/engineering disciplines; ability to investigate City ordinances related to land improvement;
ability to prepare technical landscape architecture reports; ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships
with other employees, public and private agency officials and the general public; skill in the use of drafting instruments and
computer technology; ability to present ideas in graphic form, ability to analyze facts and exercise judgment in arriving at
conclusions; ability to manage projects through design, drafting, bid and construction.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school, plus current or past enrollment in
an accredited college or university with major course work in Landscape Architecture or related field. Prior experience in
design, drafting, and project management is preferred.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of a valid State of Florida driver's license.
                                                                                                          City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                             Job Description
                                         DIESEL ENGINE/GENERATOR SPECIALIST
                                                         B30

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs difficult and skilled work in the maintenance and repair of diesel engines and power generators; includes both
portable and stationary generator systems; does related work as required. Work is performed under regular supervision.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Inspects, troubleshoots and/or makes repairs to diesel engines, power generators, controls, and ancillary equipment
Performs regular preventive maintenance functions on diesel engines
Exercises equipment and conducts load bank tests on generators
Inspects and maintains fuel tanks, fuel burners, and electrical wiring
Changes oil filters and fuel filters
Prepares parts lists for ordering
Coordinates outside vendor tasks
Monitors diesel fuel quality and quantity in portable units and serving stationary systems
Prepares accurate work records and reports.

RELATED TASKS:

Uses hand, bench, and machine tools in the repair and maintenance of machinery and equipment
Operates air compressors and pneumatic tools
Reviews control schematics and wiring diagrams to troubleshoot equipment
Repairs and replaces worn out parts; ensures an adequate supply of parts and materials
Uses painting and preparation equipment to maintain systems
Conduct inspections and ensures all mechanical equipment is operating properly
Uses computers for maintenance management, interactive online training programs, and e-mail
Trains other employees on maintenance functions and operation of equipment
Performs manual cleaning or preventive maintenance duties as assigned, and related tasks as assigned.
Responds during emergency situations, such as hurricanes or other declared emergencies.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

Extensive knowledge of standard practices, methods, tools, and materials of the mechanical trades; detailed knowledge of
diesel engine maintenance and repair and related mechanical trades operations; knowledge of the occupational hazards
connected with general maintenance operations and ability to follow appropriate safety precautions; knowledge in the
maintenance of electrical power generators; ability to work from sketches or blueprints to close tolerances and to
understand; ability to carry out oral and written instructions; ability to coordinate the work of vendors, ability to establish and
maintain effective working relationships with associates; skill in the use and care of bench and hand tools, machines, and
equipment of the mechanical trades; must be able to climb ladders; ability to use a computer; ability to order parts and
materials; ability to understand and follow written work orders to conduct routine maintenance on equipment.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school and two years experience in
maintenance work involving diesel engine repair and installations along with generator service, preferably in a municipal
utility environment. Vocational training in basic diesel engine repair required

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of a valid State of Florida Commercial Driver License (CDL) Class B is required to operate trailers with a
capacity of 5 tons or less; Employee is required to wear a respirator while performing certain tasks. Employee must pass a
respirator user medical exam and not have any facial hair or other condition that prevents a good respirator face piece seal.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Must be able to lift, carry and push articles weighing up to 50 lbs. Must be able to wear hard hat/helmet, safety glasses,
goggles, respirator, safety belt, safety shoes/boots, hearing protectors, welder's helmet, face shield, safety vest, gloves,
safety harness and enclosure. Exposure to extreme temperatures, animals/insects, electrical hazards, confined spaces,
heights, noise, vibration, dust, vapors, fumes, mist, smoke, irritants, moving mechanical parts, asphyxiates and blood borne
pathogens.

UTILITY SERVICES – 42/25
12/05
                                                                                                         City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                            Job Description

                                                 DISTRICT SUPERVISOR
                                                          X34

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs difficult technical and intermediate administrative work supervising the maintenance and repair of City parks and
facilities in a district; does related work as required. Work is performed under regular supervision. Supervision is exercised
over all district personnel.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Plans, organizes, directs, and schedules work projects and assigns staff and equipment;
Inspects maintenance, repair, and installation sites and gives technical advice and assistance to personnel; Trains and
instructs personnel as necessary;
Checks projects for progress and for conformance to work plans and orders;
Receives requests for emergency and unscheduled work and coordinates completion of tasks;
Prepares a variety of reports on activities; prepares and monitors budgets;
Coordinates the use of available equipment, materials and personnel to obtain maximum effectiveness and economy.

RELATED TASKS:

Maintains daily attendance records; prepares payroll time cards;
Evaluates the work performance of employees; counsels employees;
Purchases necessary supplies, materials, and equipment; interviews vendors;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

Comprehensive knowledge of the methods and practices of , and the equipment and tools used in, the repair and/or
maintenance of parks and related facilities; thorough knowledge of the occupational hazards and safety precautions or the
work and related equipment operation; knowledge of budget preparation, forecasting and administration of financial
accounting systems; skill in the use of the equipment and tools of the trade; ability to prepare plans and detailed reports;
ability to plan and supervise the work of semiskilled, and unskilled workers; ability to establish and maintain effective working
relationships with associates, contractors, and the general public.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Bachelor degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in park management or related field and
extensive experience in park maintenance, turf management, irrigation system operations, and landscape material planting,
care and maintenance. Considerable supervisory experience. Position may require additional licenses and certificates from
NRPA and FRPA.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of a valid State of Florida Class “E” driver’s license. Possession of Florida Pesticide Applicator License within 90
days of appointment.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Must be able to lift, carry and push articles weighing up to 50 lbs. Must be able to wear hard hat/helmet, safety glasses,
safety belt, safety shoes/boots, gloves, and safety vest. Exposure to extreme temperatures and weather conditions,
electricity, heights, noise, moving mechanical parts, dust, vapors, fumes, poisons, and animals/insects



RECREATION SERVICES/64-12
11/26/01
                                                                                                    City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                       Job Description

                                           BATTALION / DIVISION CHIEF
                                                       F7

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs responsible supervisor or administrative work in fire operations, fire prevention, emergency medical
services, or fire fighting activities. Responsible for the continuity of operations and coordination of a shift; does
related work as required. Work is performed under general supervision. Supervision is exercised over subordinate
staff.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

   The Battalion / Division Chief supervises subordinate personnel assigned to fire stations on an assigned shift;
   The Battalion / Division Chief assigns apparatus and personnel for most efficient and effective operations;
   The Battalion / Division Chief assigns and coordinates daily work schedules for shift companies;
   The Battalion / Division Chief responds to multi unit emergency calls as commander during twenty-four hour shift;
   The Battalion / Division Chief supervises and evaluates on-going EMS activities;
   The Battalion / Division Chief coordinates with City's Medical Director;
   The Battalion / Division Chief coordinates the utilization of staff and auxiliary services at the platoon level;
   The Battalion Chief acts as Department Training Officer, conducting specialized courses of instruction, preparing
    training materials, implementing a physical training program etc.
   The Battalion / Division Chief supervises and coordinates special operations for the department;
   The Battalion / Division Chief supports and assists the Fire Chief in the operation of the Fire Rescue Services
    Department

RELATED TASKS:

   The Battalion / Division Chief evaluates performance, and recommends discipline;
   The Battalion / Division Chief represents the Department at service and professional meetings;
   The Battalion / Division Chief interfaces with fire dispatchers and procedures.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

   The Battalion / Division Chief has knowledge and experience in planning, organizing, and directing multiple
    station fire service operations;
   The Battalion / Division Chief assists in policy development and implementation in specialized phases of fire
    sciences;
   The Battalion / Division Chief has the ability to determine and direct the proper development of companies at the
    scene of an emergency to efficiently utilize manpower and equipment.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

   Must have a minimum of three (3) years as a Captain/EMS Captain on the local force, with a minimum of twenty-
    one (21) college credits in Fire Science at an accredited college offering a degree program in Fire Engineering or
    Fire Science fields.
   Or must be certified by the State of Florida as a Fire Officer II. Personnel receiving State Certified Paramedic
    bonus may apply three (3) credits toward the Fire Science criteria.

MEDICAL REQUIREMENTS:

   Must comply with NFPA 1582 Standard on Comprehensive Occupational Medical Program for Fire Departments,
    2007 Edition, or most current Edition.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

   Must possess a State of Florida Firefighter and Paramedic Certification along with a valid State of Florida Driver's
    license.
   Effective for all employees hired on or after 10/01/1990: The employee must be a non-smoker / non-user of
    tobacco (any form) for at least one (1) year prior to application, remain smoke free during
    employment/application process and agree not to smoke or use tobacco (in any form) on or off duty during the
    tenure of their employment.
                                                                                                  City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                     Job Description

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

   Must have the use of sensory skills in order to effectively communicate and interact with other employees and
    the public through the use of the telephone and personal contact as normally defined by the ability to see, read,
    talk, hear, handle or feel objects and controls.
   Physically capable to effectively use and operate various items of office related equipment, such as, but not
    limited to a telephone, fire radio, personal computer, calculator, copy machine and fax machine.
   Must have the physical capability to bend, stoop, stretch, climb (including ladders), and crawl into confined
    spaces while wearing protective clothing and equipment.
   Must have the ability to perform tasks requiring balance, motor-coordination and dexterity.
   Must have correct color vision and depth perception as noted in NFPA 1582.
   Must be able to lift and carry articles weighing up to 75 lbs. and push articles weighing up to 150 lbs.
   Must be able to wear hard hat/helmet, face-shield, safety glasses, goggles, safety belt, respirator, safety
    shoes/boots, coveralls, gloves, bunker gear, and other Body Substance Isolation gear (BSI).
   Must be able to endure exposure to extreme temperatures and weather conditions.
   Must be able to work safely around energized electrical equipment, heights, noise, moving mechanical parts,
    confined spaces, vibration, radiation, dust, vapors, fumes, toxic metals, sensitizers, poisons, animals/insects,
    mist, gases, smoke, irritants, asphyxiants, and blood-borne pathogens utilizing necessary safety equipment.


FIRE/RESCUE SERVICES
11/06
                                                                                                      City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                         Job Description

                                                   DREDGE DECK HAND I
                                                          B15

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs responsible skilled work performing a variety of tasks in connection with the City’s dredging operation; does related
work as required. Work is performed under regular supervision.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Checks and prepares tugboat, barge, and dredge for dredging operations;
Hooks up cables and pipeline for dredging;
Secures all equipment in preparation for dredging;
Places pins in spuds; sets anchors and cables for dredging;
Prepares pipeline on beach; adds extra pipes and ropes when necessary;
Clean out cutter; cleans out drain pipes on sand sucker;
Disassembles and moves equipment after dredging operation;
Secures and closes tug at dock.

RELATED TASKS:

Chips, grinds, paints, and sandblasts dredge, tugboat, pontoons, etc.;
Changes oil; repairs and replaces parts on dredge and tugboat;
Refuels dredge and tugboat; cleans bilge;
Checks bolts on pipe to beach; replaces defective bolts;
Enters water for various reasons from time to time;
Assists with street maintenance work when required;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

Some knowledge of the maintenance, repair, and manual tasks involved in dredging operations; some knowledge in the use
of common and specialized tools required in the work; some knowledge of the safe use and operation and preventive
maintenance of dredging equipment required in the work; ability to understand and follow oral and written instructions.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school and some experience as a
semiskilled worker in a maintenance, repair and/or construction activity.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of a valid State of Florida Class “E” driver’s license.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Must be able to swim. Must be able to lift, carry and push articles weighing up to 50 lbs. Must be able to wear safety
glasses, goggles, safety belt, respirator, safety shoes/boots, hearing protectors, welder's helmet and gloves. Exposure to
extreme temperatures and weather conditions, noise, moving mechanical parts, dust, vapors, fumes, confined spaces,
vibration, and smoke. Must have ability to perform heavy manual labor for long periods of time.


MUNICIPAL SERVICES – 44/13
10/98
                                                                                                       City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                          Job Description
                                                   DREDGE DECK HAND II
                                                          N17

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs intermediate skilled work performing a variety of tasks in connection with the City’s dredging operation; does
related work as required. Work is performed under regular supervision.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Checks and prepares tugboat, barge, and dredge for dredging operations;
Hooks up cables and pipeline for dredging;
Secures all equipment in preparation for dredging;
Places pins in spuds; sets anchors and cables for dredging;
Prepares pipeline on beach; adds extra pipes and ropes when necessary;
Clean out cutter; cleans out drain pipes on sand sucker;
Disassembles and moves equipment after dredging operation;
Secures and closes tug at dock.

RELATED TASKS:

Chips, grinds, paints, and sandblasts dredge, tugboat, pontoons, etc.;
Assists in changing oil; repairs and replaces parts on dredge and tugboat;
Refuels dredge and tugboat; cleans bilge;
Checks bolts on pipe to beach; replaces defective bolts;
Enters the water from time to time for various reasons;
Assists with street maintenance work when required;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

General knowledge of the maintenance, repair, and manual tasks involved in dredging operation; general knowledge in the
use of common and specialized tools required in the work; thorough knowledge of the safe use and operation and preventive
maintenance of dredging equipment required in the work; ability to understand and follow oral and written instructions.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school and considerable experience as a
semiskilled worker in a maintenance, repair and/or construction activity.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of a valid State of Florida driver’s license.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Must be able to lift, carry and push articles weighing up to 50 lbs. Must be able to wear safety glasses, goggles, safety belt,
respirator, safety shoes/boots, hearing protectors, welder's helmet and gloves. Exposure to extreme temperatures and
weather conditions, noise, moving mechanical parts, dust, vapors, fumes, confined spaces, vibration, and smoke. Must have
ability to perform heavy manual labor for long periods of time.


MUNICIPAL SERVICES – 44/13
10/10/98
                                                                                                       City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                          Job Description
                                                    DREDGE OPERATOR
                                                          N27

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs complex skilled work in the operation of dredging equipment; does related work as required. Work is performed
under regular supervision. Supervision may be exercised over a small group of subordinate skilled personnel.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Moves and assembles dredging equipment in the preparation for dredging operation;
Checks and prepares tugboat at dock; pilots tugboat from dock to dredge;
Prepares dredge for towing;
Positions dredge cables and prepares for dredging;
Cleans out cutter, strings cables, places pins in spuds;
Maintains tugboat and dredge; adds oil; repairs and replaces parts;
Performs electrical work; maintains pumps; pipelines and pontoons;
Dredges and cleans drainage pipes; dives into pipe to clean out sand and debris.

RELATED TASKS:

Performs a variety of tasks while dredge is operating;
Checks belts, hoses, and mechanical parts for proper operation;
Chips and grinds dredge and barge in preparation for painting;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

General knowledge of the principles and practices of operating and servicing dredging equipment; thorough knowledge of
the laws and regulations governing dredging equipment operation; thorough knowledge of the occupational hazards involved
and the safety precautions necessary to the proper operation of dredging equipment; skill and care in the operation of
dredging equipment; skill in the use of diving equipment; ability to understand and follow oral and written directions; ability
to solve problems within scope of responsibility; mechanical aptitude; ability to make repairs and adjustments to equipment.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school and considerable experience in the
operation of dredging equipment.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of a valid State of Florida Class "E" driver's license.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Must be able to lift, carry and push articles weighing up to 50 lbs. Must be able to wear safety glasses, goggles, safety belt,
respirator, safety shoes/boots, hearing protectors, welder's helmet and gloves. Exposure to extreme temperatures and
weather conditions, noise, moving mechanical parts, dust, vapors, fumes, confined spaces, vibration, and smoke. Must have
ability to perform heavy manual labor for long periods of time.




MUNICIPAL SERVICES – 44/13
10/98
                                                                                                City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                   Job Description

                                             ELECTRICAL SUPERVISOR
                                                      X34

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs difficult technical and responsible administrative work in the installation, maintenance, and repair of
electrical control and power distribution systems in water and wastewater treatment facilities; does related work as
required. Work is performed under general supervision. Supervision is exercised over Plant Electricians.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Supervises the electrical work throughout the utility complex and utility installations throughout the City;
Assigns work and supervises the activities of the staff in carrying out assignments properly and expeditiously; checks
productivity;
Oversees installation and maintenance; assists in troubleshooting of all electrical equipment up to 5,000 volts;
Consults with equipment manufacturers and engineers for design of new projects; reviews and comments on
submittals.

RELATED TASKS:

Attends maintenance meetings and develops priorities and work schedule;
Oversees record keeping; uses computerized work order system; documents all activities; organizes filing system;
Determines electrical needs; maintains spare parts inventory; contacts vendors and purchases materials;
Performs system safety inspections and implements corrective measures;
Sets up electrical test stations and establishes performance parameters; sets up electrical workshops;
Monitors and implements preventive maintenance program for all existing electrical equipment;
Develops bid specifications for equipment purchases;
Conducts employee performance evaluations; resolves personnel problems within division;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

Thorough knowledge of the design, installation, repairs and maintenance of electrical control systems; thorough
knowledge of NEC and local electrical codes and ordinances; thorough knowledge of the occupational hazards and
necessary safety precautions of the work; skill in the use and care of tools of the trade; knowledge of VFD’s solid
state starters, motor control centers, emergency power equipment, power distribution boards, and energy
management systems; ability to diagnose and repair equipment malfunctions; some knowledge and experience in the
use of computerized maintenance management systems; ability to plan, assign, supervises and instruct skilled,
semiskilled, and unskilled employees; ability to prepare detailed reports and submit recommendations for improved
operations.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to a journeyman electrician and extensive experience in
electrical systems and installations, repair, troubleshooting, and maintenance. Experience in an industrial setting.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of a valid State of Florida Class “E” driver’s license.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Must be able to lift, carry and push articles weighing up to 50 lbs. Must be able to wear hard hat/helmet, safety
glasses, goggles, safety belt, safety shoes/boots, hearing protectors, face shield, bunker gear, safety vest, gloves,
safety harness and enclosure. Exposure to extreme temperatures, animals/insects, electrical hazards, confined
spaces, heights, noise, vibration, dust, vapors, fumes, mist, smoke, toxic metals, sensitizers, poisons, irritants,
moving mechanical parts, asphyxiates and blood borne pathogens.

UTILITY SERVICES – 42/12

01/08
                                                                                                          City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                             Job Description
                                                        ELECTRICIAN
                                                            B30

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs difficult electrical work in the maintenance, repair, and modification of City buildings and related equipment; does
related work as required. Work is performed under regular supervision.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Installs and maintains electrical systems and services;
Troubleshoots single and three phase systems;
Installs and maintains street and parking lot lighting;
Performs electrical preventative maintenance on low and high voltage systems.

RELATED TASKS:

Provides materials lists for projects;
Maintains records and processes work orders;
Orders parts and equipment;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

General knowledge of common hand tools used in electrical system maintenance work; general knowledge of the electrical
trade; skill in the use of tools; ability to work from sketches, drawings, blueprints and schematics; ability to maintain records,
logs, and reports; ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with associates.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school; certificate of completion of
Electrician Trade School or completion of a recognized apprenticeship; three years’ experience at journeyman level.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of a valid State of Florida driver’s license. Possession of Florida County issued Journeyman Electrician’s
Certificate.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Must be able to lift, carry and push articles weighing up to 50 lbs. Must be able to wear hard hat/helmet, safety glasses,
goggles, safety belt, safety shoes/boots, and gloves. Exposure to extreme temperatures, electrical hazards, moving
mechanical parts, and confined spaces.


MUNICIPAL SERVICES/44-14
10/10/98
                                                                                                        City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                           Job Description
                                        ELECTRONICS & TELEMETRY TECHNICIAN
                                                        N29

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs difficult technical work in the installation, modification, maintenance, and repair of remote telemetry equipment;
does related work as required. Work is performed under regular supervision.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Coordinates necessary factory maintenance on computer or its terminals;
Undertakes a series of physical and electrical checks on monitoring equipment;
Maintains proper operation of computer interface, remote current loop, and base radio;
Performs general system troubleshooting and maintains response on all Remote Telemetry Units (RTU’s);
Makes all status and alarm checks; test and repairs faulty electronic equipment;
Makes periodic RTU inspections and checks command/data/status accuracy; Makes necessary repairs/adjustments of RTU
systems;
Checks accuracy of run time counters and makes necessary adjustments;
Check control circuits for proper operation, and replace circuit boards as needed;
Maintains antennae for telemetry system; installs antennae;
Replaces floats and alarms;
Changes faulty pressure switches and flow monitors;
Installs and maintains RTU antennae, transmission lines, wires and re-wires RTU’s;
Modifies wiring and makes additions to RTU installations;
Configure software and hardware on RTU systems.

RELATED TASKS:

Checks and adjusts radios in compliance with Federal Communications Commission on all RTU radios and spares;
Updates computer software as systems are added or monitored differently;
Performs periodic system backups;
Performs office duties such as technical writing of procedures and reports;
Performs related tasks as required;
Respond to call-outs after normal working hours;
Assists with treatment plant instrumentation troubleshooting.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

General knowledge of the standard practices, tools and terminology of the electronic trade; general knowledge of electronic
circuitry; thorough knowledge of two-way FM radio communications and digital computer logic; thorough knowledge of the
safety hazards of the work and the necessary safety precautions; ability to make repairs to complicated wiring, fixtures and
equipment; ability to perform manual work over extended periods of time; skill in the use of necessary maintenance and
repair equipment.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school with a minimum 6 months electronic
technical school including the study of electronics including transistors, ICs, and general schematic components. Experience
in electronic and radio equipment repair and maintenance.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of a valid State of Florida driver's license.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Must be able to lift, carry and push articles weighing up to 50 lbs. Must be able to wear hard hat/helmet, safety glasses,
goggles, safety belt, safety shoes/boots, and gloves. Bloodborne pathogen and respirator training will be provided; ability to
wear respirator will be required. Exposure to extreme temperatures, electrical hazards, moving mechanical parts, and
confined spaces.

Utility Services/42-12
8/99
                                                                                                    City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                       Job Description
                                                    Engineering Intern
                                                          U00

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK

Under general supervision of a Professional Engineer, performs miscellaneous engineering work in the development and
review of plans, designs and specifications for utility projects. Work may also include computer modeling, drafting, hydraulic
analysis, GIS, process research and investigation, and related tasks. Work will be completed in both office and field
environments.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS

Reviews engineering designs and specifications associated with utility projects.
Develop plans and specifications for minor projects using Computer Aided Design and drafting tools and other software.
Develop models of hydraulic systems, pump stations and water distribution lines. Develops bid packages for small projects
Assists in the development and implementation of the GIS system.
Develops information on treatment processes.
Gathers field information and data for analysis and/or for engineering and construction projects.

RELATED TASKS

Preparation of reports and/or result summaries.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES

Knowledge of fundamentals of engineering
General knowledge of mechanical equipment and materials used in utility systems
Ability to use a computer for modeling, drafting and office purposes
Ability to make engineering and related mathematical computations
Ability to tolerate variable weather conditions
Willingness to learn about the utility industry

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE

Junior/ Senior at an accredited university pursuing a degree in Civil Engineering with a focus on Environmental Engineering.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS

Possession of a valid State of Florida Driver’s License

PHYSICAL DEMANDS

Must be able to lift, carry and push articles weighing up to 50 pounds. Must be able to wear hard hat/helmet, safety glasses,
goggles, safety shoes and gloves. Exposure to extreme temperatures, animals/insects, electrical hazards, heights, noise,
vapors, fumes, moving mechanical parts and blood borne pathogens. Must be able to use computer.

Utility Services 42/01
3/17/04
                                                                                                     City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                        Job Description

                                    ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATIONAL INSTRUCTOR
                                                    U04

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs Intermediate paraprofessional work coordinating and conducting environmental educational programs for summer
camp children.

Work Is performed under general supervision of the Manager of the Gumbo Limbo Environmental Complex.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Presents environmental programs to summer camp children;
Researches and plans the summer camp programs presented at the Gumbo Limbo Environmental Complex;
Prepares, organizes, and maintains statistics, data , documentation, and reports regarding the summer camp program;
Prepare, clean and store equipment for programs;

RELATED TASKS:

Designs bulletin boards;
Clean cages and feed animals;
Perform daily inventory of equipment.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

General knowledge of flora and fauna indigenous to South Florida, general knowledge of the various ecosystems of South
Florida; ability to care and handle live specimens; ability to maintain records and prepare reports; ability to establish and
maintain effective working relationships with officials, program participants, and the general public; ability to operate a
computer.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school, plus college level course work in
education and/or biological sciences. Some experience interacting with young children.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Ability to lift and carry articles weighing up to 50 lbs. Must be able to walk in sand and wade in water. Exposure to
temperature extremes, heights up to 40 ft, dust , animals and Insects, and poisonous plants.




RECREATION SERVICES/64-11
10/30/98
                                                                                                  City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                     Job Description
                                             ENVIRONMENTAL OFFICER
                                                      N30


GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs intermediate professional work inspecting residential and non-residential project sites for compliance with
approved environmental permit requirements; does related work as required. Work is performed under regular
supervision.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Makes on-site inspections of residential and non-residential properties and processes environmental permit
applications;
Inspects construction sites for compliance with approved plans;
Performs landscape maintenance site checks, processes notices to property owners;
Investigates complaints regarding noise and air pollution, hazardous trees, and improper lighting;
Assists with reviews, implementation, and the update of various elements of the Comprehensive Plan relating
to environmental issues;
Acts as liaison between Planning Advisory Board and Environmental Advisory Board;
Inspects and determines the condition of residential and non-residential properties to determine their compliance with
approved landscape plans;
Acts as liaison between City, Federal and State agencies on environmental issues;
Prepares or reviews management plans for environmentally sensitive lands.

RELATED TASKS:

Assists contractors, property owners requesting information regarding environmental permits and issues same;
Plans, coordinates, and implements the Arbor Day Program;
Responds to calls regarding displaced or injured wildlife;
Presents cases before the Code Enforcement Board;
Performs other duties as assigned by Director.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

Must possess excellent written and oral communication skills; General knowledge of forestry, landscaping, and
horticulture as applied to medians, parks and grounds; thorough knowledge of construction practices, techniques,
materials, and equipment; thorough knowledge of engineering plans, specifications, and drawings; thorough
knowledge of landscape and irrigation design; general knowledge of surveying and drafting techniques; ability to read
and interpret plans, specifications, and blueprints and to compare them with various construction projects; ability to
establish effective working relationships with officials, contractors, property owners, and others to effect satisfactory
compliance with specifications and standards; must develop full knowledge of environmental related land
development regulations; ability to maintain accurate records.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from a four year college or university with
major course work in environmental science, horticulture, forestry, landscape Architecture or related field and
considerable experience in land management work.

Ability to obtain certification from the International Society of Arboriculture; Landscape Inspectors Associations of
Florida Inc., and become a Florida Certified Nursery Professional within one year of employment.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of a valid State of Florida driver’s license.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Exposure to animals/insects, extreme temperatures and weather conditions.

DEVELOPMENT SERVICES/15-12
5/6/05
                                                                                                  City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                     Job Description
                                   ENVIRONMENTAL PROGRAM COORDINATOR
                                                   N24

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs difficult professional work coordinating, scheduling and overseeing environmental programs at the Gumbo-
Limbo Environmental Complex. Does related work as required. Work is performed under general supervision of the
Manager of the Gumbo-Limbo Environmental Complex.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Assist in the budget preparation and monitors expenditures as related to the Gumbo Limbo Environmental Complex;
Develops, maintains, and implements environmental programs;
Schedules and coordinates tours of the facility and surrounding park property for visitors and students from local
schools;
Prepares and presents lectures to local audiences on indigenous flora and fauna;
Schedules staff to assist with environmental programming needs;
Assists the Exhibits Coordinator in the implementation of design and care of exhibits and displays including live
specimens i.e. reptiles, bees, fish, plants, etc. for public programs;
Responsible for developing and coordinating staff training and workshops for volunteers;
Responsible for coordination of beach, dune, and intracoastal community "Clean Up" project.

RELATED TASKS:

Provides assistance with special projects;
Acts as liaison between manager and volunteer staff;
Oversees the activities of the volunteers while at the center;
Informs the public of program through the media, newsletters, and other avenues.
Files and keeps records of correspondence, permits, mailing lists, and database information;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

Thorough knowledge of flora and fauna indigenous to South Florida; thorough knowledge of the various types of
ecosystems of South Florida; thorough knowledge of the operation of local government; thorough knowledge of the
proper care and handling of live specimens; thorough knowledge of the hazards and safety precautions of the work;
ability to maintain records and prepare reports; ability to plan and supervise the work of volunteers; ability to establish
and maintain effective working relationships with officials, subordinate employees, programs participants, and the
general public.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from an accredited college or university with
major course work in environmental science or related field and some experience in operating a nature center and
developing environmental education programs.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of a valid State of Florida Class “E” driver’s license.




RECREATION SERVICES/64-11
10/10/98
                                                                                                         City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                            Job Description
                                         EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE SPECIALIST
                                                       N30

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs difficult technical work in the maintenance and repair of specialized heavy fire equipment and apparatus; does
related work as required. Work is performed under regular supervision. Supervision is exercised over subordinate
semiskilled personnel.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Diagnoses, adjusts, repairs, troubleshoots, and services a variety of medium and heavy duty fire and pump apparatus, aerial
truck hydraulic systems, and firefighting equipment;
Repairs, overhauls, and maintains specialized fire equipment;
Overhauls, fabricates and services assemblies and accessories such as hydraulic, compressed air, vacuum and electric
controls, systems, and components;
Develops apparatus specifications for new and replacement equipment and refurbishes existing equipment.

RELATED TASKS:

Performs preventive maintenance as required;
Develops and implements a preventive maintenance program;
Supervises and schedules work of subordinate staff; checks work for accuracy and quality; evaluates work performance of
subordinates;
Orders parts for inventory and maintains control over inventory;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

Comprehensive knowledge of the construction, design, repair, and adjustment of a wide variety of specialized fire
equipment, pumps, and apparatus; thorough knowledge of the usual types of tools and equipment, as well as the special
tools, gauges, machinery, and shop equipment used in the repair, servicing, and maintenance of diesel driven fire or other
specialized equipment; ability to detect by inspection any worn, defective, or improperly adjusted part of the assembly; ability
to supervise and participate in the work of subordinate personnel; ability to lift articles weighing 50 pounds; ability to follow
oral and written instructions and to keep records of repair and service operations.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school supplemented by training in pumps,
hydraulic systems, diesel engines, and apparatus and extensive experience in repairing fire equipment.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of all NIASE certifications. Must attain Fire Apparatus Mechanic Certification I-V through the International
Association of Fire Chiefs. Possession of a valid State of Florida Class "A" CDL driver's license.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Must be able to lift, carry and push articles weighing up to 50 lbs. Must be able to wear hard hat/helmet, safety glasses,
goggles, safety belt, safety shoes/boots, hearing protectors, faceshield, and gloves. Exposure to extreme temperatures,
electrical hazards, noise, vibration, dust, vapors, fumes, mist, smoke, and moving mechanical parts.


FIRE/RESCUE SERVICES/25-11
10/10/98
                                                                                                       City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                          Job Description
                                                   EQUIPMENT MECHANIC
                                                          B29

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs intermediate skilled work on a variety of small engine equipment, mowers, and other specialized equipment; does
related work as required. Work is performed under regular supervision.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Repairs two and four cycle engines, mowers, tractors, and other equipment used in maintenance of park and public building
areas;
Changes oil and lubricates mowers, tractors, and small equipment;
Removes reels from mowers, checks height, sharpens reels and bed knives;
Greases fittings, checks bushings and rollers;
Tests equipment for proper operation after repairs are completed;
Rebuilds and repairs transmissions; repairs and replaces hydraulic components;
Diagnoses problems and repairs electrical systems; performs welding tasks;
Repairs and rebuilds reel mowers; tunes-up equipment;
Orders necessary parts and supplies and maintains an inventory.

RELATED TASKS:

Keeps maintenance shop neat and orderly and clear of debris;
Takes in work, picks up work, and delivers complete work;
Schedules equipment repairs;
Performs related tasks as required;
Monitors allocated budget for equipment and maintenance.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

General knowledge of the methods, tools, and equipment used in the repair of small engine, and small maintenance
equipment; skill in the use and operations of tools and machinery used in automotive repair work; ability to detect by
inspection any worn or broken automotive part; ability to keep records of repairs and service operations and to make reports;
ability to adapt available tools and repair parts to specific repair problems; ability to follow oral and written instructions
accurately.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school and some experience in repairing
small engine, automotive, and power driven equipment.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of a valid State of Florida Class "E" driver's license.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Must be able to lift, carry and push articles weighing up to 50 lbs. Must be able to wear hard hat/helmet, safety glasses,
goggles, safety belt, safety shoes/boots, hearing protectors, faceshield, and gloves. Exposure to extreme temperatures,
electrical hazards, noise, vibration, dust, vapors, fumes, mist, smoke, and moving mechanical parts.



RECREATION SERVICES/62-23, 64-13
10/10/98
                                                                                                     City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                        Job Description

                             EQUIPMENT OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR
                                                   N27

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs difficult technical and skilled work supervising equipment operators and the maintenance and repair of heavy
equipment; does related work as required. Work is performed under regular supervision. Supervision is exercised over
skilled and semiskilled personnel.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Directs operators and occasionally operates heavy equipment in the building and maintaining of streets, sidewalks, bike
paths, right-of-ways, sea walls, canals, and storm drains;
Supervises the repair and maintenance of light and heavy equipment;
Trains employees in the operation of new equipment and techniques;
Coordinates work activities with other departments and government agencies as well as private contractors;
Helps determine equipment needed by the section and writes specifications for their purchase.

RELATED TASKS:

Investigates citizen complaints to determine necessary equipment and personnel needed to correct the situation;
Maintains account records and performs routine clerical work regarding activities;
Reviews and writes evaluations on employees and makes recommendations on hiring and promotions;
Investigates accidents and writes recommendations to help prevent their recurrence;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

Thorough knowledge of the principles and practices of the operation, repair, and/or maintenance of maintenance equipment;
thorough knowledge of management principles, practices, and techniques; ability to maintain records and prepare plans and
detailed reports; ability to plan and supervise the work of equipment operators; ability to establish and maintain effective
working relationships with City officials, subordinate employees, and the general public.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school and considerable experience in
equipment operation and maintenance including some supervisory experience.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of valid State of Florida Class "A" CDL driver's license.




MUNICIPAL SERVICES/44-12
10/10/98
                                                                                                City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                   Job Description
                                             EQUIPMENT OPERATOR I
                                                     B16

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs intermediate semiskilled work in the operation of motorized equipment; does related work as required.
Work is performed under regular supervision.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Operates a dump truck and other equipment in connection with the transportation of dirt, sand, stone, gravel, asphalt,
rock, and supplies;
Operates a light truck in carrying tools, equipment, and supplies to and from jobs;
Operates roller in the repair of streets and roadways;
Operates tractor cutting grass, edges bike paths, trims trees, and patches drainpipes.

RELATED TASKS:

Operates medium to heavy equipment;
Performs maintenance and construction work as necessary;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

General knowledge of the principles and practices of operating and servicing trucks and related light motorized
construction and maintenance equipment; general knowledge of the traffic laws and regulations governing equipment
operations; some knowledge of the occupational hazards involved and the safety precautions necessary to the proper
operation of construction and maintenance equipment; ability to understand and follow oral and written directions;
mechanical aptitude; ability to make minor repairs and adjustments to equipment; ability to establish and maintain
effective working relationships with associates.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to completion of the tenth grade and some experience in the
operation of motorized equipment.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of valid State of Florida Class "B” CDL driver's license.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Must be able to lift, carry and push articles weighing up to 50 lbs. Must be able to wear safety glasses, goggles,
safety belt, safety shoes/boots, hearing protectors, face shield, safety harness, safety vest, and gloves. Exposure to
extreme temperatures, animals/insects, electrical hazards, heights, noise, vibration, dust, vapors, fumes, mist,
smoke, confined spaces and moving mechanical parts.




MUNICIPAL SERVICES/44-11
RECREATION SERVICES/62-23
10/10/98
                                                                                              City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                 Job Description
                                             EQUIPMENT OPERATOR II
                                                     B19


GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs difficult semiskilled and responsible skilled work in the regular operation of heavy and complex automotive
and construction equipment; does related work as required. Work is performed under regular supervision.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Operates beach cleaning unit and tractors in the maintenance and raking of beaches, and operates large mowers in
parks, recreation areas, etc.;
Operates back-hoe, and front-end loader in the performance of maintenance and repair tasks;
Performs construction, maintenance and repair duties when not operating equipment;
Operates lighter equipment;
Operates large mowers and tractors in the maintenance and raking of beaches, parks, recreation areas, etc.;
Operates boom truck with chipper; operates street sweeper;
Operates special lift truck for special services such as tree trimming and hanging holiday decorations.

RELATED TASKS:

Operates large mowers and tractors in the maintenance and raking of beaches, parks, recreation areas, etc;
Operates spraying equipment in the application of pesticides, herbicides, and insecticides;
Operates lighter equipment;
Trains other operators;
Service and makes repairs and adjustments to equipment;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

General knowledge of the principles and practices of operating and servicing construction equipment; general
knowledge of the traffic laws and regulations governing equipment operation; general knowledge of the occupational
hazards involved and the safety precautions necessary to the proper operation of varied construction and
maintenance equipment; skill in the use of equipment to which assigned; ability to understand and follow oral and
written directions; mechanical aptitude; ability to make minor repairs and adjustments to equipment; ability to
establish and maintain effective working relationships with associates.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school and considerable experience
in operation of motorized equipment.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of a valid State of Florida Class "B" CDL driver's license.


PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Must be able to lift, carry and push articles weighing up to 50 lbs. Must be able to wear safety glasses, goggles,
safety belt, safety shoes/boots, hearing protectors, face shield, safety harness, safety vest, and gloves. Exposure to
extreme temperatures, animals/insects, electrical hazards, heights, noise, vibration, dust, vapors, fumes, mist,
smoke, confined spaces and moving mechanical parts.




UTILITY SERVICES/42-33, 42-22
RECREATION SERVICES/62-21, 62-23
MUNICIPAL SERVICES/44-11, 44-12
10/10/98
                                                                                                  City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                     Job Description
                                                EVIDENCE CUSTODIAN
                                                       N24


GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs intermediate protective service work securing, storing, and documenting obtained evidence; does related
work as required. Work is performed under regular supervision.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Checks in, documents and stores evidence;
Runs serial numbers on property to locate owners;
Researches court files for disposition of evidence;
Prepares items for City auction;
Lists found property in the newspaper;
Transports evidence to lab for testing;
Contacts owners of property to be returned;
Maintains property reports for evidentiary chain of custody;
Meets with attorneys for viewing of evidence;
Testifies in court on chain of custody of evidence.

RELATED TASKS:

Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

Thorough knowledge of the rules and regulations of the Police Department; thorough knowledge of evidentiary
procedures; thorough knowledge of Statutes relating to the custody of evidence and property; thorough knowledge of
police investigative techniques and techniques of identification; ability to organize, keep detailed records and prepare
reports; skill in the use of a computer; ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with the general
public and attorneys.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school
PLUS
One (1) year of experience working in a police evidence room OR one (1) year of training in evidence and property
procedures.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of a valid State of Florida driver’s license. Must obtain FCIC Certification within 6 months.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Must be able to lift and carry and push articles weighing up to 25 lbs., and push articles weighing up to 50 lbs. Must
be able to wear gloves, safety glasses, goggles, respirator, and safety shoes/boots. Exposure to dust, mist, vapors,
gases, fumes, irritants, blood borne pathogens, poisons, and toxic metals.




POLICE SERVICES/22-12

06/09/05 Revised; Supercedes JD approved on 11/26/01
                                                                                                      City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                         Job Description
                                                   EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT
                                                           U21


GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs difficult skilled clerical work assisting with clerical and administrative support services in the Office of the City
Council; does related work as required. Work is performed under general supervision.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Screens visitors, telephone calls and mail directed to the City Council;
Takes and transcribes dictation and uses a dictaphone to type a variety of documents, technical and statistical reports, and
other material where a knowledge of format and presentation is necessary;
Composes and types letters, memoranda and proclamations in conformance with City policies independently from brief
instructions;
Makes appointments for the Mayor and City Council;
Types reports and statements; types weekly agenda for Mayor;
Maintains and monitors City Council’s budget, line items, and accounts;
Collects information and prepares complex and confidential reports;
Operates word processing and data processing equipment.

RELATED TASKS:

Gives information to the public or directs requests to appropriate department;
Handles a variety of routine administrative or technical assignments;
Under direction, plans and arranges meetings and conferences; maintains calendar for Mayor;
Opens, reads, copies, and distributes incoming mail; composes routine responses independently;
Types reports and minutes of meetings; makes travel arrangements for Mayor and City Council;
Maintains confidential files;
Schedules items for City Council meetings;
May act as department timekeeper;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

Thorough knowledge of standard office practices, procedures, equipment and secretarial techniques; thorough knowledge of
City functions, organization and policies; thorough knowledge of business English and spelling; ability to establish and
maintain effective working relationships with City officials, other government officials, associates and the general public;
ability to organize and perform work independently; ability to lay out and type complex forms and tables; ability to type
accurately at a rate of 60 WPM and to take and transcribe dictation at a reasonable rate of speed; skill in the operation of
Microsoft Word and Excel.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school and extensive experience in
secretarial work.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of a valid State of Florida driver’s license.



10/10/98
                                                                                                    City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                       Job Description
                                                EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT
                                                        N21


GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs difficult skilled clerical work assisting with clerical and administrative support services in the Office of the
City Council; does related work as required.

Work is performed under general supervision.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Screens visitors, telephone calls and mail directed to the City Council;
Takes and transcribes dictation and uses a dictaphone to type a variety of documents, technical and statistical
reports, and other material where a knowledge of format and presentation is necessary;
Composes and types letters, memoranda and proclamations in conformance with City policies independently from
brief instructions;
Makes appointments for the Mayor and City Council;
Types reports and statements; types weekly agenda for Mayor;
Maintains and monitors City Council’s budget, line items, and accounts;
Collects information and prepares complex and confidential reports;
Operates word processing and data processing equipment.

RELATED TASKS:

Gives information to the public or directs requests to appropriate department;
Handles a variety of routine administrative or technical assignments;
Under direction, plans and arranges meetings and conferences; maintains calendar for Mayor;
Opens, reads, copies, and distributes incoming mail; composes routine responses independently;
Types reports and minutes of meetings; makes travel arrangements for Mayor and City Council;
Maintains confidential files;
Schedules items for City Council meetings;
May act as department timekeeper;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

Thorough knowledge of standard office practices, procedures, equipment and secretarial techniques; thorough
knowledge of City functions, organization and policies; thorough knowledge of business English and spelling; ability
to establish and maintain effective working relationships with City officials, other government officials, associates and
the general public; ability to organize and perform work independently; ability to lay out and type complex forms and
tables; ability to type accurately at a rate of 45 WPM and to take and transcribe dictation at a reasonable rate of
speed; skill in the operation of Microsoft Word and Excel.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school and extensive experience in
secretarial work.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of a valid State of Florida driver’s license.




CITY MANAGER/04-01
10/10/98
                                                                                                 City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                    Job Description

                                           EXECUTIVE OFFICE MANAGER
                                                      N26


GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Plans, assigns, supervises, and personally performs skilled clerical and responsible administrative work providing
clerical and administrative support services in the Office of the City Manager; does related work as required. Work is
performed under general supervision. Supervision is exercised over subordinate clerical personnel.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Supervises the clerical staff in the Office of the City Manager;
Coordinates and provides support to the Deputy City Manager, Assistant City Manager, and serves as direct support
to the City Manager;
Answers telephone calls, processes citizen requests, complaints, or service requests;
Handles a variety of responsible administrative or technical assignments including summarizing reports and
transcripts, conducting research, and preparing reports;
Coordinates the public information function, including tracking of Department follow-ups
Plans and arranges meetings and conferences;
Transcribes correspondence and memoranda from original or machine dictation;
Composes and types letters and memoranda in conformance with City policies independently or from brief
instructions;
Types reports, minutes and other materials using specialized formats and/or legal forms;
Establish and oversee office procedures;
Reviews correspondence and reports for sufficiency and accuracy; obtains corrections as needed from originating
Departments.
Maintains confidential personnel and related files;
Attends meetings where confidential matters are discussed requiring discretion;
Prepares and reviews the preparation of the department payroll; maintains leave records;
Operates word processing and data processing equipment.

RELATED TASKS:

Receives, screens, and provides visitors with information or directs to appropriate person;
Opens, reads, copies and distributes incoming mail;
Schedules appointments for City Manager’s office staff upon request;
Sets up and maintains complex filing systems; makes travel arrangements;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

Thorough knowledge of standard office practices, procedures, equipment, and secretarial techniques; thorough
knowledge of the City's functions, organization, and policies; thorough knowledge of business English and spelling;
ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with City officials, other government officials,
associates, and the general public; ability to lay out and type complex forms and tables; ability to type accurately at a
rate of 45 WPM and to take and transcribe dictation at a reasonable rate of speed; ability to use discretion and
judgment in the possession of confidential information; skill in the operation of Microsoft Word and Excel.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school and extensive secretarial
experience and considerable administrative experience in a major municipal function.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of a valid State of Florida driver’s license.




CITY MANAGER/04-01
Revised 4/19/06
                                                                                                 City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                    Job Description
                                              EXHIBITS COORDINATOR
                                                        N24

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs difficult technical work designing, implementing, and maintaining all exhibits and signage at the Gumbo
Limbo Environmental Complex. Work involves the care and display of live marine and terrestrial animals and their
environmental habitats along with plant exhibits and other mounted or touch and feel displays; does related work as
required. Work is performed under regular supervision of the Manager of Gumbo Limbo Environmental Complex.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Produces exhibits, signage and print text & graphics using appropriate computer applications;
Designs, implements, and maintains indoor and outdoor signage and displays and exhibits including but not limited to
mounted specimens; touch and feel displays, plants, animals, and organisms; habitats; and audio visual
presentations;
Performs work to develop and arrange programs related to displays and exhibits; assists in conducting such
programs as a leader, guide, or interpreter;
Maintains exhibits;
Works in cooperation with the Manager of Gumbo Limbo Environmental Complex and other staff to develop written,
audio, computer, and video
presentations as exhibits;
Works with the Marine Conservationist to develop and maintain marine environment exhibits, displays, related
programs, and activities;
Assists other staff in the production of newsletters, schedules and other materials involving graphic display.

RELATED TASKS:

Performs other tasks as assigned by the Gumbo Limbo Environmental Complex;
Cares for live specimens, i.e. reptiles, bees, fish, and supervises volunteers and staff engaged in their care;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

General knowledge of the local environment, ecosystems, plants and care of both warm and cold-blooded animals;
knowledge of local natural history; ability to be creative and artistic in the design, implementation and maintenance of
a broad scope of physical displays and living plant and animal exhibits; ability to use microcomputers, photographic
equipment, research information, and other materials to prepare and present displays and exhibits to the public and
students; ability to work productively with environmental center staff and volunteers, and serve as host, leader, guide,
or interpreter.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from an accredited college or university with
major course work in computer science, biology, graphic arts, or related fields and some experience with the care
and handling of plants, marine life, and local cold-blooded animals. Extensive experience in environmental education
programs, exhibits, and displays may substitute for major college work.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of a valid State of Florida driver’s license.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Must be able to lift, carry and push articles weighing up to 50 lbs.              Exposure to extreme temperatures,
animals/insects, poisonous plants, and heights.



RECREATION SERVICES/64-11
11/14/99
                                                                                                   City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                      Job Description
                                             EXHIBITS COORDINATOR
                                         CHILDRENS SCIENCE EXPLORIUM
                                                       N24

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs difficult technical work designing, implementing, and maintaining all exhibits and signage at the Children’s
Science Explorium. This position plans new permanent exhibits and arranges with other vendors for travelling
exhibition leases. Work involves the care of physical science-related exhibits, their electronic and computer
components, and maintaining a well-stocked workshop; does related work as required. Work is performed under
general supervision.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Ensures proper maintenance and state of repair for exhibits, advises Science Center Coordinator of potential
hazards;
Maintains and updates the Explorium long-term exhibit plan, including scheduled maintenance and implementation of
new exhibits;
Conducts research to prepare and plan for permanent and travelling exhibits and makes recommendations; reviews
contracts; provides staff with written protocols on exhibit operations and care; including training as necessary;
promotes exhibits online and onsite;
Plans, organizes and coordinates activities during installation and construction of museum exhibits;
Write signage text and lays out graphics; and maintains graphic standards for the museum;
Assists teaching staff with technical aspects of science programs; maintains and repairs teaching aids;
Work in cooperation with the Science Center Curator and other staff to develop written, audio, computer, and video
presentations as exhibit and web components;
Maintains workshop supplies and tools;
Assists other staff in the production of newsletters and other materials involving graphics.

RELATED TASKS:

Assists with special events;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

General knowledge of the physical sciences; strong customer service skills; ability to be creative in the design,
implementation, and maintenance of a broad scope of interactive science exhibits; ability to use computers,
photographic, and video equipment, computer graphics programs, Adobes Dreamweaver, ability to use and care for
hand and power tools and equipment used in museum exhibit preparation; ability to research information and present
exhibits to the public and students; ability to work productively with Explorium and Community Center staff and
volunteers.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from an accredited college or university with
major course work in sciences, museum studies, computer science, graphic arts, or related field; and some
experience with exhibit maintenance. Experience in exhibits, displays and trades. Experience with welding, acrylic
fabrication, painting, or electrical work, forklifts, and/or scissor lifts is preferred. Must have extensive experience with
Microsoft applications, and customer service experience.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of a valid State of Florida driver’s license.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Must be able to lift and carry articles weighing up to 50 lbs. Must be able to push articles weighing up to 300 lbs. Must
be able to wear hard hat/helmet, safety glasses, goggles, respirator, safety shoes/boots, hearing protectors, welders
helmet, face shield, safety harness, safety vest, and gloves. Exposure to extreme temperatures, animals/insects,
electrical hazards, confined spaces, heights, noise, vibration, dust, vapors, fumes, mist, smoke, toxic metals, poisons,
and irritants and moving mechanical parts. Ability to stand and walk for up to six hours at a time.


RECREATION SERVICES/64-13
02/09
                                                                                                             City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                                Job Description
                                                     Facilities Manager
                                                              D2

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs difficult technical and administrative work supervising the City’s facilities maintenance and repair; does related work
as required. Generates performance standards for city facilities and monitor compliance; Administer service contracts
throughout the City. Informs department of repaired equipment and schedules for preventative maintenance.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Recommend & review modifications to the City of Boca Raton building design standards; oversee & approve the preparation of
engineering designs, cost estimates, plans & specifications for repair, alteration, remodeling & new construction; evaluate bids
& recommends award of construction contracts.
Review contact documents for new construction for analysis of quality & compatibility with established building design
standards; Creates, reviews, recommends and administers service contracts for the city facilities.
Generates performance standards for the Facilities Maintenance Office and monitor compliance with such standards;
recommends hiring, evaluates performance of subordinates and establishes training programs; prepares annual and long-term
budgets.
Building management analysis including preventative maintenance programs and annual inspections.
Supervise the administration of construction contracts and performance of construction contractors.
Provide the city an efficient means of managing the cities facilities. Provide the city with one point of coordination for
construction, renovation, access control, energy management, service contacts, etc.

RELATED TAKS:

Maintains service manual library.
Assists in the scheduling of the work related to the maintenance and repair of City facilities;
Evaluate citywide space requirements. Review and recommend space planning throughout city facilities. Planning, reviewing
and managing facilities. Coordinate work and activities with other departments. Coordinating the physical workplace with the
people and work of the organization.
Directs, plans and implements facilities policies and objectives in accordance with city policies.
Combining, evaluating and reasoning with information and data to make decisions and solve problems.
Develop, implement and monitor City facilities for energy efficiency.
Budget forecasting for any maintenance required.
Facility construction and renovation development and implementation;
Performs related tasks as trained and assigned.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

Substantial knowledge of access control, security systems and telecommunications integration.
Substantial knowledge of construction techniques and methods including reconstruction practices. Substantial knowledge of
engineering and construction, including estimating.
Knowledge of energy conservation strategies.
Knowledge of asbestos and other hazardous materials handling

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from an accredited college or university with major
course work in General Contracting or Engineering.        Substantial experience in facility management, construction
administration, project management (8 years) 5 years minimum in a middle management/supervisory level. Demonstrated
experience in the management of building systems and possess knowledge of advanced building engineering principles.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Must have good organization skills as well as good communication skills. Possession of valid State of Florida Class “E”
driver’s license with no more than five (6) points within the previous three (3) years.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Must be able to lift, carry and push articles weighing up to 50 lbs. Must be able to wear safety glasses, safety shoes, and
gloves. Exposure to noise, dust, vapors, fumes, gases, smoke and moving mechanical parts.

Municipal Services/44-14
06/06/2006
                                                                                                      City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                         Job Description

                                               FIELD OPERATIONS MANAGER
                                                          D1

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs difficult technical and administrative work overseeing the maintenance and repair of the City’s water and
wastewater distribution and collection systems including contract administration; does related work as required. Work is
performed under general supervision. Supervision is exercised over all division personnel.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Plans, oversees, directs, and coordinates the repair and maintenance of water and sewer lines;
Determines maintenance priorities; surveys and evaluates network for repairs and preventive maintenance needs;
Recommends needed capital improvements; develops specifications for new equipment and tools;
Prepares budget and monitors expenditures; prepares and monitors bids.
Develops long-term planning for utility infrastructure.

RELATED TASKS:

Develops and implements projects, programs and initiatives;
Coordinates operational activities;
Establishes operating policies, procedures, goals, and objectives;
Researches and recommends operational changes;
Responds to inquiries and complaints; determines necessary staff and equipment to complete project;
Inspects work for progress and conformity to standards;
Coordinates with developers for water and sewer line installation;
Implements the backflow prevention program;
Oversees personnel administration and evaluates personnel; recommends hiring, discipline, promotion and termination’s;
Oversees purchasing for operations;
Performs design related activities;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

Thorough knowledge of the Public Utilities Department organization and operation; thorough knowledge of the materials,
methods, practices, and equipment used in the operation, maintenance and repair of distribution and collection systems;
thorough knowledge of the practices of civil engineering as applied to utility system construction and maintenance; ability to
establish and maintain effective working relationships with City officials, employees and the general public; ability to plan,
assign, and coordinate the work of maintenance personnel; ability to prepare clear and comprehensive technical studies and
reports; ability to communicate ideas effectively both orally and in writing.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Bachelor’s Degree or any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from an accredited college or
university with major course work in public administration, engineering or related field and considerable experience in the
public utility field with some supervisory experience.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of a valid State of Florida driver’s license.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Must be able to lift, carry and push articles weighing up to 50 lbs. Must be able to wear hard hat/helmet, safety glasses,
goggles, respirator, back supports, safety belt, safety shoes/boots, hearing protectors, safety harness, and gloves. Exposure
to extreme temperatures, animals/insects, electrical hazards, confined spaces, heights, noise, vibration, dust, vapors, fumes,
mist, smoke, toxic metals, sensitizers, poisons, gases, irritants, asphyxiants, moving mechanical parts, and bloodborne
pathogens.


UTILITY SERVICES/42-01
Revised 8/22/05
                                                                                                 City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                    Job Description
                                            FINANCIAL ADMINISTRATOR
                                                       X35

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs intermediate professional, technical and administrative work encompassing a variety of complex financial
services and budget analyses and special projects relating to financial services and budget issues.

Work is performed under regular managerial supervision. Supervision is exercised over subordinate clerical and para-
technical personnel.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Assists with preparation of annual departmental budget; 3-year budget forecast for expenditures and revenues;
and 6 year capital improvement budget.
Reviews monthly expenditures and revenue reports, researches and explains variances from projections.
Supervises preparation and maintenance of records and statistics.
Coordinates the development of new programs within the Department.
Serves as the City’s Solid Waste Authority liaison and recycling coordinator.
Exercises considerable initiative and independent judgment on a regular basis.
Supervises clerical and para-technical staff, including writing performance evaluations and making employment
recommendations.
Provides support to divisions and sections as requested.

RELATED TASKS:

Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

General knowledge of the principles and practices of a multi-functional Municipal Services Department. Considerable
knowledge of financial services and budgeting. Advanced spreadsheet software skills, preferably MS Excel. Excellent
analytical skills. Detail oriented. Ability to conduct detailed research and analyze results. Ability to establish and
maintain working relationships with City officials, associates, consultants and the general public.


EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from an accredited college or university with
major course work in accounting, public administration, or a related field. One to three years supervisory experience.



MUNICIPAL SERVICES/44-01

Revised 3/10/06
                                                                                   City of Boca Raton
                                                                                      Job Description
                                        FINANCIAL ADMINISTRATOR
                                                   X35

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs complex professional and administrative work managing and supervising the Budget, Grants and
Payroll of the Police Department. Does related work as required. Work is performed under general
supervision. Supervision is exercised over specific division personnel.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Manages and supervises the daily administration of the Department budget, grants and payroll;
Develops goals, policies and procedures regarding the Department Budget, Grants and Payroll;
Coordinates and administers the department budget as developed by other division commanders and
evaluates work of subordinates;
Prepares evaluations;
Reviews complaints regarding the service provided by assigned subordinates.

RELATED TASKS:

Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

General knowledge of the operation of computers and related equipment; ability to analyze complex
problems and situations, and develop solutions; general knowledge of budgeting systems and experience in
developing budgets; ability to lead/manage personnel and various functions effectively; knowledge of
Federal/State trust fund laws; knowledgeable about future trends in budgeting and grants management.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Bachelor degree in a related field required as well as five years of public sector/municipal budgeting
experience. Master's degree is preferred. Skill as a manager/supervisor with progressively responsible
work experience. Experience in grant writing and administration. Experience in budget preparation and
administration. Law enforcement experience is not necessary. Experience with public sector budgeting is
required

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of a valid State of Florida driver’s license.




POLICE SERVICES/22-16
2/17/05
                                                                                                       City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                          Job Description

                                                   FINANCIAL MANAGER
                                                           X37

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs difficult professional and responsible administrative tasks including the preparation of the Recreation Services
Department (RSD) budget, grants, and payroll. Supervision is exercised over subordinate clerical personnel. Work is
performed under general supervision.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Manages and supervises the daily administration of the General Fund, Beautification Fund, Beach and Park District Fund,
Cemetery/Mausoleum Enterprise Fund, Golf Course Enterprise Fund, grants and payroll;
Establish training modules for Recreation Services Department timekeepers;
Manages and coordinates the activities of the Administration Division staff;
Prepares and administers the Recreation Services Department budget, based on input from the RSD Director and Deputies;
Prepares and monitors the RSD capital improvement program, based on input from the RSD Director and Deputies;
Coordinates RSD’s FEMA requirements/response;
Coordinates and oversees the RSD procurement process;
Reviews monthly expenditures and revenue reports and make recommendations for remedial actions;
Tracks expenditures and submits reports for grant funds;
Prepares User Fee Schedule, based on input from the RSD Director and Deputies;
Prepares reports and recommendations;
Responsible for capital asset tracking program;
Coordinates financial accounting information with Financial Services staff;
Evaluates the work of subordinates;
Prepares evaluations;
Develops departmental goals and objectives;
Develops departmental policies and procedures;
Develops departmental performance measures.

RELATED TASKS:

Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

General knowledge of Government Accounting and Budgeting; operation of computers, related equipment; ability to analyze
complex problems and situations, and develop solutions. General knowledge of budgeting systems and experience in
developing budgets; ability to lead/manage personnel and various functions effectively; ability to conduct detailed research
and prepare reports and findings; ability to develop and analyze revenue and expenditure estimates knowledgeable about
future trends in budgeting and grants management.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to a Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university in
business administration or related field, and five years of progressively responsible professional experience in local
government budgetary process. A minimum of two years of supervisory experience is required.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of a valid State of Florida driver’s license.




Financial Services
06/27/07
                                                                                                City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                    Job Description

                                                    FINANCIAL MANAGER
                                                            X37

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs difficult professional and responsible administrative tasks including the preparation of complex financial and
budgetary reports, analyses, and special projects. Supervision is exercised over subordinate clerical and technical
personnel. Work is performed under general supervision.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Plans, organizes, and directs financial accounting and reporting functions;
Manages and coordinates the activities of the Administration Division staff;
Prepares and monitors departmental budget;
Projects future expenditures and revenues;
Prepares and monitors capital improvement program information;
Monitors revenue bond expenditures;
Tracks expenditures and submits reports for grant funds;
Coordinates financial accounting information with Financial Services staff
Coordinates and oversees establishment and payment of requisitions;
Prepares reports and recommendations;
Directs and coordinates rate and feasibility studies;
Develops departmental goals and objectives;
Develops policies and procedures

RELATED TASKS:

Tracks water usage, consumption patterns, revenue and expenditures; performs trending analyses;
Coordinates departmental inventory system;
Administers the backflow prevention and private fire hydrant inspection programs;
Develops presentations and reports;
Completes staff performance appraisals;
Coordinates and oversees human resources functions within the department;
Resolve problems with system customers;
Prepare recommendations on damage claims resulting from utility system damage;
Reviews monthly expenditures and revenue reports and makes recommendations for remedial actions;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

Comprehensive knowledge of the theories, principles, and techniques of municipal finance and budgeting; thorough
knowledge of the State laws and local ordinances applicable to budget preparation, approval, and administration; knowledge
of the functions and operation of municipal utility systems; ability to develop and analyze revenue and expenditure estimates;
ability to conduct detailed research and prepare reports and findings; ability to supervise the work of subordinates; ability to
use personal computer and financial, word processing, spreadsheet, presentation, and other software; ability to establish
and maintain effective working relationships with City officials, associates, consulting engineers, and the general public.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in
accounting, finance, business administration or related field, and five years of progressively responsible professional
experience in public utility and/or local government accounting. A minimum of two years of supervisory experience is
preferred.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of a valid State of Florida driver’s license.

UTILITY SERVICES/42-01
3/09/04
                                                                                                        City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                           Job Description

                                                       FIRE CAPTAIN
                                                            F5

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs technical, administrative and inspection work in the areas of fire investigation, hazardous materials,
communications, and fire prevention; does related work as required. In addition, performs supervisory work in the direction
of the activities of a fire company during an assigned shift.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

   The Captain supervises, coordinates, and participates in emergency medical services;
   The Captain directs the operations and training activities of the department on a shift;
   The Captain responds to fire and EMS alarms, determining what apparatus and equipment is needed;
   The Captain makes decisions as to the best methods of extinguishing fires and directs all emergency operations until
    relieved by a superior officer;
   The Captain participates in the inspection of building premises and building structures for fire hazards and conformance
    with fire prevention ordinances;
   The Captain investigates fires to determine their source and to detect their cause.
   The Captain prepares and presents public education programs on fire prevention and safety.
   The Captain Serves as Station Officer and Supervises all personnel assigned to the station.

RELATED TASKS:

   The Captain inspects personnel and personal protective equipment;
   The Captain transmits orders and information to personnel;
   The Captain evaluates performance of subordinates;
   The Captain handles routine complaints and questions from the public;
   The Captain prepares and submits reports and studies and maintains records;
   The Captain coordinates Emergency Medical Services.
   The Captain maintains discipline;

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

   The Captain has knowledge of and skill in the operation and maintenance of the various types of apparatus and
    equipment used in firefighting activities, together with the ability to supervise the effective use of such equipment and
    apparatus.
   The Captain has knowledge of emergency medical treatment principles and methods and skill in their application.
   The Captain has knowledge of fire prevention methods and City ordinances on Fire Prevention.
   The Captain has the ability to lead effectively and maintain discipline.
   The Captain has knowledge of all phases of Fire Rescue activities.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

   Minimum of five (5) years on the local force and be a permanent Firefighter/Driver on the local force and a certified
    Paramedic, and shall have completed specialized medical training including, but not limited to advanced airway training,
    and be eligible to perform duties as a Lieutenant by the Department Medical Director within (2) years of test closing
    date.
   Minimum of five years (5) on the local force, be a permanent Lieutenant, and maintain driver engineer proficiency
    package within (2) years of test closing date or be a permanent Fire Inspector assigned to the Fire and Life Safety
    Division and maintain driver engineer proficiency package within (2) years of test closing date and be a certified
    Paramedic, and shall have completed specialized medical training including, but not limited to advanced airway training,
    and be eligible to perform duties as a Lieutenant by the Department Medical Director.
   All candidates shall have earned at least fifteen (15) college credits in Fire Science at an accredited college offering a
    degree program in Fire Engineering or Fire Science, or must be certified by the State of Florida as a Fire Officer I.
   Personnel may use the Florida State Fire College Fire Tactics and Strategy I (FFP 1810) and Company Officer (FFP
    2720) taught by the department in lieu of the Fire Tactic and Strategy I (FFP 1810) and Company Officer (FFP2720)
    course taught at an accredited Community College. This does not change the requirements for fifteen (15) total college
    credits.
   Personnel receiving State Certified Paramedic bonus may apply three (3) credits toward the Fire Science criteria.
   All candidates who are hired into Fire and Life Safety Division from outside of the department shall have a minimum of
    two (2) years assigned to the Operations Division.
                                                                                                      City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                         Job Description



MEDICAL REQUIREMENTS:
  Must comply with NFPA 1582 Standard on Comprehensive Occupational Medical Program for Fire Departments, 2007
   Edition, or most current Edition.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:
  Must possess and maintain a State of Florida Firefighter and Paramedic Certification along with a valid State of Florida
   Driver's license.
  Effective for all employees hired on or after 10/01/1990: The employee must be a non-smoker / non-user of tobacco
   (any form) for at least one (1) year prior to application, remain smoke free during employment/application process and
   agree not to smoke or use tobacco (in any form) on or off duty during the tenure of their employment.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:
  Must have the use of sensory skills in order to effectively communicate and interact with other employees and the
   public through the use of the telephone and personal contact as normally defined by the ability to see, read, talk, hear,
   handle or feel objects and controls.
  Physically capable to effectively use and operate various items of office related equipment, such as, but not limited to a
   telephone, fire radio, personal computer, calculator, copy machine and fax machine.
  Must have the physical capability to bend, stoop, stretch, climb (including ladders), and crawl into confined spaces while
   wearing protective clothing and equipment.
  Must have the ability to perform tasks requiring balance, motor-coordination and dexterity.
  Must have correct color vision and depth perception as noted in NFPA 1582.
  Must be able to lift and carry articles weighing up to 75 lbs. and push articles weighing up to 150 lbs.
  Must be able to wear hard hat/helmet, face-shield, safety glasses, goggles, safety belt, respirator, safety shoes/boots,
   coveralls, gloves, bunker gear, and other Body Substance Isolation gear (BSI).
  Must be able to endure exposure to extreme temperatures and weather conditions.
  Must be able to work safely around energized electrical equipment, heights, noise, moving mechanical parts, confined
   spaces, vibration, radiation, dust, vapors, fumes, toxic metals, sensitizers, poisons, animals/insects, mist, gases, smoke,
   irritants, asphyxiants, and blood-borne pathogens utilizing necessary safety equipment.


FIRE/RESCUE SERVICES/25-12
11/03/2006
                                                                                              City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                 Job Description

                                                  EMS CAPTAIN
                                                      F5B

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

The EMS Captain shall be responsible for the supervision of all Emergency Medical Services (EMS) activities related
to the delivery of EMS on a twenty-four hour shift. They shall be responsible for the overall EMS supervision and
training of the EMT’s and Paramedics assigned to the shift. The EMS Captain may also function as an Incident
Commander when arriving first at an emergency incident and may assume command of any medical related incident,
including mass casualty incidents (MCI). The EMS Captain will coordinate with the shift Battalion Chief, the Division
Chief of EMS, and the department Medical Director. The EMS Captain will review all medical reports for quality
assurance issues and serve on the department’s quality assurance committee. Work is performed under the
guidance of the departmental medical standing orders, rules and regulations and standard operating procedures
(SOPs).

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

   The EMS Captain is responsible for ensuring the readiness of the equipment, replacing missing equipment, and
    retrieving equipment left at local hospitals.
   The EMS Captain is responsible for ensuring readiness of all Department ALS permitted vehicles and taking the
    necessary steps to correct deficiencies.
   The EMS Captain performs rescue, emergency medical treatment, and firefighting duties.
   The EMS Captain is responsible for cleaning, maintaining, and minor repairs and adjustment to the assigned
    vehicle.
   The EMS Captain is responsible for reviewing all medical reports submitted by the shift for accuracy, and
    adherence to medical protocols, standing orders, and the accepted standard of care.
   The EMS Captain will participate in the training of shift EMT’s and Paramedics, and provide input to the Battalion
    Chief for the purpose of performance evaluations.
   The EMS Captain will interface with hospital personnel to identify and correct interface problems between the
    hospital and the department.

RELATED TASKS:

   The EMS Captain is responsible for coordinating emergency responses to emergency medical calls within the
    city.
   The EMS Captain is responsible for evaluating, and documenting the initial and on-going EMS training to EMT’s,
    paramedics and new members of the department.
   The EMS Captain maintains a list of equipment, tools, and apparatus used during the shift, report maintenance
    issues through the chain of command to the fire administration and retrieve missing equipment prior to the end of
    the shift.
   The EMS Captain will be assigned to serious medical calls involving trauma alerts, pedestrians hit by vehicles,
    water rescue emergencies, and multiple victims.
   The EMS Captain participates in drills and training as required by the department and assists in the cleaning and
    maintenance of Fire Department quarters.
   The EMS Captain participates in the Medical Quality Assurance process by reviewing all reports, reporting
    service delivery issues, and participating in quality assurance meetings with the EMS Division Chief and the
    Medical Director.
   The EMS Captain performs advanced medical delivery skills including administering selected medications,
    reading and interpreting 12 Lead EKGs, and performing advanced airway skills including RSI protocols.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

   The EMS Captain must be a Florida State Certified Firefighter (FSS 633.33-35) and perform the illustrated duties
    as outlined in NFPA 1001 for Firefighter I and II. The EMS Captain must maintain the Knowledge, Skills and
    Abilities (KSAs) the ability to perform those duties by participating in department training.
   The EMS Captain must be a Florida certified Paramedic as outlined in Florida State Statute Chapter 401 and
    Rule of the Department of Health (FAC 64E-2) and perform the duties and responsibilities of a Paramedic as
    outlined in the state requirements.
   The EMS Captain must possess a working knowledge of all tools, equipment and assigned medic unit and
    assure the readiness of the equipment, tools, and equipment on a daily basis. The EMS Captain must possess
    the physical ability to function independently to lift, move and operate all of the assigned equipment.
   The EMS Captain must be able to fairly and objectively evaluate the performance of subordinates and prepare
    written evaluations and incremental training reports regarding paramedics in training.
                                                                                                City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                   Job Description
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

   Minimum of five (5) years on the local force, be a permanent Captain or a minimum of twenty four (24)
    consecutive months as permanent Lieutenant, maintain driver engineer proficiency package within (2) years of
    test closing date, and must complete specialized medical training, including but not limited to RSI, and be eligible
    to perform duties as EMS Captain by the Department Medical Director.
   All candidates must complete Departmental basic training requirements and maintain State of Florida Firefighter
    and Paramedic certification, and be an instructor in one of the following classes CPR, ACLS, BTLS, or PALS.
   All Candidates shall complete a course of instruction in Course Delivery or Methods and Techniques of
    instruction.
   All candidates shall have earned at least fifteen (15) college credits in the major study area at an accredited
    college offering a degree program in Fire Engineering or Fire Science and have Paramedic Certification or must
    be certified by the State of Florida as a Fire Officer I.
   Personnel receiving State Certified Paramedic bonus may apply three (3) credits toward the Fire Science criteria.


MEDICAL REQUIREMENTS:

   Must comply with NFPA 1582 Standard on Comprehensive Occupational Medical Program for Fire Departments,
    2007 Edition, or most current Edition.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

   Must possess a State of Florida Firefighter and Paramedic Certification along with a valid State of Florida Driver's
    license.
   Effective for all employees hired on or after 10/01/1990: The employee must be a non-smoker / non-user of
    tobacco (any form) for at least one (1) year prior to application, remain smoke free during
    employment/application process and agree not to smoke or use tobacco (in any form) on or off duty during the
    tenure of their employment.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

   Must have the use of sensory skills in order to effectively communicate and interact with other employees and
    the public through the use of the telephone and personal contact as normally defined by the ability to see, read,
    talk, hear, handle or feel objects and controls.
   Physically capable to effectively use and operate various items of office related equipment, such as, but not
    limited to a telephone, fire radio, personal computer, calculator, copy machine and fax machine.
   Must have the physical capability to bend, stoop, stretch, climb (including ladders), and crawl into confined
    spaces while wearing protective clothing and equipment.
   Must have the ability to perform tasks requiring balance, motor-coordination and dexterity.
   Must have correct color vision and depth perception as noted in NFPA 1582.
   Must be able to lift and carry articles weighing up to 75 lbs. and push articles weighing up to 150 lbs.
   Must be able to wear hard hat/helmet, face-shield, safety glasses, goggles, safety belt, respirator, safety
    shoes/boots, coveralls, gloves, bunker gear, and other Body Substance Isolation gear (BSI).
   Must be able to endure exposure to extreme temperatures and weather conditions.
   Must be able to work safely around energized electrical equipment, heights, noise, moving mechanical parts,
    confined spaces, vibration, radiation, dust, vapors, fumes, toxic metals, sensitizers, poisons, animals/insects,
    mist, gases, smoke, irritants, asphyxiants, and blood-borne pathogens utilizing necessary safety equipment.




FIRE/RESCUE SERVICES/25-12
11/03/2006
                                                                                                      City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                         Job Description
                                                      FIRE INSPECTOR
                                                             F6

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs technical, administrative and inspection work in the areas of fire investigation, hazardous materials,
communications, and fire prevention; does related work as required

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Perform fire inspections as required;
Review and approve building/fire permit submittals;
Conduct fire investigations;
Conduct public fire safety education programs;
Respond to fire and EMS alarms as required;
Attend mandatory training.

RELATED TASKS:

Transmit orders and information to personnel;
Handle routine complaints and questions from the public;
Prepare and submit reports and maintain records;
Supervise Fire Prevention Officers as required;

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

Knowledge of NFPA codes, Florida Statutes, Florida Administrative Rules, and City Codes pertaining to fire prevention.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

After serving a minimum of 13 consecutive months as a Fire Prevention Officer, with a positive recommendation from the
Assistant Chief in charge of the Fire & Life Safety Division and having passed a competency exam, the Fire Chief may
promote the employee to Fire Inspector. Competency exams will be offered in the first week of April and October each year
if needed. Fire Prevention Officers that meet the 13 consecutive month requirement may retake the competency exam every
6 months until they pass it.

MEDICAL REQUIREMENTS:

Must comply with NFPA 1582 Standard on Comprehensive Occupational Medical Program for Fire Departments, 2007
Edition, or most current Edition.


PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Must have the use of sensory skills in order to effectively communicate in English and interact with other employees and the
public through the use of the telephone and personal contact as normally defined by the ability to see, read, talk, hear,
handle or feel objects and controls. Physical capability to effectively use and operate various items of office related
equipment, such as, but not limited to a telephone, fire radio, personal computer, calculator, copy machine and fax machine.
Must have the physical capability to bend, stoop, stretch, climb (including ladders), and crawl into confined spaces while
wearing protective clothing and equipment. Ability to perform tasks requiring balance, motor-coordination and dexterity.

Must have correct color vision and depth perception as noted in NFPA 1582. Must be able to lift and carry articles weighing
up to 75 lbs. and push articles weighing up to 150 lbs. Must be able to wear hard hat/helmet, safety glasses, goggles, safety
belt, SCBA, safety shoes/boots, coveralls, gloves, bunker gear, and faceshield. May be subject to exposure to extreme
temperatures and weather conditions, electricity, heights of up to 300 ft., noise, moving mechanical parts, confined spaces,
vibration, radiation, dust, vapors, fumes, toxic metals, sensitizers, poisons, animals/insects, mist, gases, smoke, irritants,
asphyxiants, and bloodborne pathogens.
                                                                                                        City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                           Job Description
SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS & RESTRICTIONS:

Possess a valid State of Florida Class "E" license. Certified as a State of Florida Firefighter and Fire Inspector. Must
successfully meet all requirements for State of Florida EMT certification and CPR Certification, within the first year of
employment. Must have ability to swim and be tested within the first year of employment.

Effective for all employees hired on or after 10/01/1990: The employee must be a non-smoker / non-user of tobacco (any
form) for at least one (1) year prior to application, remain smoke free during employment/application process and agree not
to smoke or use tobacco (in any form) on or off duty during the tenure of their employment.

Lateral transfer is permitted only at the entry level, either Firefighter or Fire Prevention Officer. This does not preclude the
Chief’s right to temporarily assign anyone of any rank in any Division. There is a minimum 3-year time in the Fire & Life
Safety Division requirement before a Fire Prevention Officer hired from the outside can request a lateral transfer. There is
no minimum time in the Fire & Life Safety Division for Fire Prevention Officers that transfer in having served as a Firefighter,
and wishing to return to the Firefighter position. Fire Prevention Officers may compete for the Firefighter/Driver position,
after having been transferred to the Operations Division as a Firefighter for a minimum of 12 consecutive months and
meeting the requirements for the Firefighter/Driver position.


FIRE/RESCUE SERVICES/25-14
8/14/03
                                                                                                             City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                                Job Description
                                                     Facilities Manager
                                                              D2

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs difficult technical and administrative work supervising the City’s facilities maintenance and repair; does related work
as required. Generates performance standards for city facilities and monitor compliance; Administer service contracts
throughout the City. Informs department of repaired equipment and schedules for preventative maintenance.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Recommend & review modifications to the City of Boca Raton building design standards; oversee & approve the preparation of
engineering designs, cost estimates, plans & specifications for repair, alteration, remodeling & new construction; evaluate bids
& recommends award of construction contracts.
Review contact documents for new construction for analysis of quality & compatibility with established building design
standards; Creates, reviews, recommends and administers service contracts for the city facilities.
Generates performance standards for the Facilities Maintenance Office and monitor compliance with such standards;
recommends hiring, evaluates performance of subordinates and establishes training programs; prepares annual and long-term
budgets.
Building management analysis including preventative maintenance programs and annual inspections.
Supervise the administration of construction contracts and performance of construction contractors.
Provide the city an efficient means of managing the cities facilities. Provide the city with one point of coordination for
construction, renovation, access control, energy management, service contacts, etc.

RELATED TAKS:

Maintains service manual library.
Assists in the scheduling of the work related to the maintenance and repair of City facilities;
Evaluate citywide space requirements. Review and recommend space planning throughout city facilities. Planning, reviewing
and managing facilities. Coordinate work and activities with other departments. Coordinating the physical workplace with the
people and work of the organization.
Directs, plans and implements facilities policies and objectives in accordance with city policies.
Combining, evaluating and reasoning with information and data to make decisions and solve problems.
Develop, implement and monitor City facilities for energy efficiency.
Budget forecasting for any maintenance required.
Facility construction and renovation development and implementation;
Performs related tasks as trained and assigned.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

Substantial knowledge of access control, security systems and telecommunications integration.
Substantial knowledge of construction techniques and methods including reconstruction practices. Substantial knowledge of
engineering and construction, including estimating.
Knowledge of energy conservation strategies.
Knowledge of asbestos and other hazardous materials handling

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from an accredited college or university with major
course work in General Contracting or Engineering.        Substantial experience in facility management, construction
administration, project management (8 years) 5 years minimum in a middle management/supervisory level. Demonstrated
experience in the management of building systems and possess knowledge of advanced building engineering principles.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Must have good organization skills as well as good communication skills. Possession of valid State of Florida Class “E”
driver’s license with no more than five (6) points within the previous three (3) years.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Must be able to lift, carry and push articles weighing up to 50 lbs. Must be able to wear safety glasses, safety shoes, and
gloves. Exposure to noise, dust, vapors, fumes, gases, smoke and moving mechanical parts.

Municipal Services/44-14
06/06/2006
                                                                                                 City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                   Job Description

                                                  FIRE LIEUTENANT
                                                         F3


GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

The Lieutenant shall be responsible for the supervision of the crew assigned to a Medic Unit each shift. They shall be
responsible for ensuring that the appropriate medical practices are applied to each patient and responsible for
ensuring that each patient is appropriately treated and if necessary, transported to the appropriate facility in a timely
manner. They also function under the direct supervision of the assigned Captain, Battalion Chief, or Incident
Commander and they do related work as required. Work is performed under the guidance of the departmental
medical standing orders, rules and regulations and standard operating procedures (SOPs).

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

   The Lieutenant is responsible for ensuring the readiness of the equipment, Medic Unit and crew assigned each
    shift.
   The Lieutenant is responsible for ensuring the compliance of all city and department policies.
   The Lieutenant is responsible for supervising rescue operations, emergency medical treatment, and firefighting
    operations.
   The Lieutenant is responsible for the cleaning, maintaining, and minor repairs and adjustment to their assigned
    Medic Unit.
   The Lieutenant is responsible for documenting quality assurance issues that are noted during patient treatment.
   The Lieutenant will review all medical reports for the completeness and accuracy, and, if necessary, have the
    appropriate corrections made prior to further processing.

RELATED TASKS:

   The Lieutenant is responsible for providing initial and on-going EMS training to paramedics and new members
    that are assigned under their supervision.
   The Lieutenant inspects equipment, tools, and Medic Unit at the beginning of the shift and report maintenance
    issues through the chain of command to the fire administration.
   The Lieutenant ensures the completeness and accuracy of each medical report that is generated by their
    assigned crew.
   The Lieutenant is responsible for the efficient operation of the Medic Unit and monitors the time utilization of the
    unit during daily activities.
   The Lieutenant evaluates performance of subordinates.
   The Lieutenant participates in drills and training as required by the department and assists in the cleaning and
    maintenance of Fire Department quarters.
   The Lieutenant participates in the Medical Quality Assurance process by reviewing all reports created by the
    assigned unit, reporting service delivery issues, and participating in quality assurance meetings with the EMS
    Captain and the Medical Director.
   The Lieutenant performs advanced medical delivery skills including administering selected medications, reading
    and interrupting 12 Lead EKGs, and performing advanced airway skills including RSI protocols. (Individuals not
    possessing this qualification at assignment must successfully complete the required training.)
   The Lieutenant conducts in-service training programs for new members and shift personnel on equipment and
    procedures relating to emergency medical service delivery.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

   The Lieutenant must be a Florida State Certified Firefighter (FSS 633.33-35) and perform the illustrated duties as
    outlined in NFPA 1001 for Firefighter I and II. The must demonstrate the ability to perform those duties as
    required in FAC 4A-62.
   The Lieutenant must be a Florida certified Paramedic as outlined in Florida State Statute Chapter 401 and Rule
    of the Department of Health (FAC 64E-2) and perform the duties and responsibilities of a Paramedic as outlined
    in the state requirements.
   The Lieutenant must possess a working knowledge of all tools, equipment and assigned Medic Unit and assure
    the readiness of the equipment, tools, and equipment on a daily basis. The will inspect the equipment and
    assure its readiness prior to the end of shift and convey the status of all assigned equipment to the oncoming
    shift.
   The Lieutenant will evaluate the readiness of assigned personnel for duty and assure that the assigned
    personnel work in compliance of all city policies and procedures. This includes reviewing all reports and
    paperwork for completeness and accuracy prior to being submitted for processing.
                                                                                                City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                  Job Description

   The Lieutenant must be able to fairly and objectively evaluate the performance of subordinates and prepare
    written evaluations and incremental training reports regarding paramedics in training.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

   Minimum of three years (3) of service with the local force as a Department certified Paramedic, and shall have
    completed specialized medical training including, but not limited to advanced airway training, RSI and be certified
    as eligible by the Department Medical Director.
   Candidates shall have earned at least twelve (12) college credits in Fire Science or Emergency Medical Services
    (EMS) at an accredited college offering a degree program in EMS, Fire Science or have an Associates of
    Science Degree in EMS or Fire Science.
   Must successfully complete departmental basic training requirements and maintain State Firefighter and
    Paramedic certifications, CPR, ACLS, BTLS, and PALS certifications.
   Personnel receiving State Certified Paramedic bonus may apply three (3) credits toward the college credit
    criteria.
   Personnel may use the Florida State Fire College Fire Service Course Delivery (FFP1740) and Company Officer
    (FFP2720) taught by the department in lieu of the Fire Service Course Delivery (FFP1740) and Company Officer
    (FFP2720) course taught at an accredited Community College. This does not change the requirements for twelve
    (12) total college credits.

MEDICAL REQUIREMENTS:

   Must comply with NFPA 1582 Standard on Comprehensive Occupational Medical Program for Fire Departments,
    2007 Edition, or most current Edition.


SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

   Must possess a State of Florida Firefighter and Paramedic Certification along with a valid State of Florida Driver's
    license.
   Effective for all employees hired on or after 10/01/1990: The employee must be a non-smoker / non-user of
    tobacco (any form) for at least one (1) year prior to application, remain smoke free during
    employment/application process and agree not to smoke or use tobacco (in any form) on or off duty during the
    tenure of their employment.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

   Must have the use of sensory skills in order to effectively communicate and interact with other employees and
    the public through the use of the telephone and personal contact as normally defined by the ability to see, read,
    talk, hear, handle or feel objects and controls.
   Physically capable to effectively use and operate various items of office related equipment, such as, but not
    limited to a telephone, fire radio, personal computer, calculator, copy machine and fax machine.
   Must have the physical capability to bend, stoop, stretch, climb (including ladders), and crawl into confined
    spaces while wearing protective clothing and equipment.
   Must have the ability to perform tasks requiring balance, motor-coordination and dexterity.
   Must have correct color vision and depth perception as noted in NFPA 1582.
   Must be able to lift and carry articles weighing up to 75 lbs. and push articles weighing up to 150 lbs.
   Must be able to wear hard hat/helmet, face-shield, safety glasses, goggles, safety belt, respirator, safety
    shoes/boots, coveralls, gloves, bunker gear, and other Body Substance Isolation gear (BSI).
   Must be able to endure exposure to extreme temperatures and weather conditions.
   Must be able to work safely around energized electrical equipment, heights, noise, moving mechanical parts,
    confined spaces, vibration, radiation, dust, vapors, fumes, toxic metals, sensitizers, poisons, animals/insects,
    mist, gases, smoke, irritants, asphyxiants, and blood-borne pathogens utilizing necessary safety equipment.


FIRE/RESCUE SERVICES/25-12
11/03/2006
                                                                                   City of Boca Raton
                                                                                      Job Description

                                  CIVILIAN PLANS EXAMINER-FIRE
                                               N33

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs difficult technical work reviewing and checking building and site plans for compliance with
pertinent fire codes and ordinances; does related work as required. Work is performed under regular
supervision.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Performs detailed reviews of all fire & life safety plans, fire alarm plans, fire sprinkler plans, fire
suppression systems, etc., and specifications for major building projects.
Reviews and examines the more complex plans and specifications to determine their compliance with
provisions of City construction and fire codes.
Makes suggestions for corrections of defects or inadequacies found in structural soundness and requires
corrections be made to meet the requirements of pertinent city codes and engineering standards.
Confers with architects and engineers relating to plan design data, code interpretations, and solution of
design problems under code provisions.

RELATED TASKS:

Maintains, reviews and updates files, inspection reports, code violations, product approval standards, and
department policies and procedures.
Answers questions relating to the City fire codes over the telephone and at the office.
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

Thorough knowledge of building codes, fire codes and life safety codes. The ability to read and interpret
blueprints, site plans, and architectural designs. Ensure compliance with appropriate codes and
ordinances. Has the ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with contractors,
architects, the general public and associates.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

High School graduate or possession of an acceptable equivalency diploma, plus two years of college in
fire prevention or protection. Five years of combined college and practical experience in fire protection
and life safety. State of Florida Municipal Fire Safety Inspector Certification or be able to obtain
certification within one year of employment. A comparable amount of training and education or
experience may be substituted for minimum qualifications.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of a valid State of Florida Class “E” Driver’s license before date of hire, with no more than 6
points within a 3 year period.


Fire Rescue Services
10/01/00
                                                                                                        City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                           Job Description

                                              FIRE PREVENTION OFFICER
                                                        F4

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Professional fire inspection duties of a varied nature. Work is performed under general supervision. Does related work as
required.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Perform fire inspections as required;
Assist/review and approval of building/fire permit submittals;
Conduct/assist with fire investigations;
Conduct/assist with public fire safety education programs;
Respond to fire and EMS alarms as required;
Attend mandatory training

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

Knowledge of NFPA codes, Florida Statutes, Florida Administrative Rules, and City Codes pertaining to fire prevention.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Must be 18 years of age. Graduation from high school or equivalency.

MEDICAL REQUIREMENTS:

Must comply with NFPA 1582 Standard on Comprehensive Occupational Medical Program for Fire Departments, 2007
Edition, or most current Edition.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possess a valid State of Florida Class “E” Driver’s license. Certified as a State of Florida Firefighter and Fire Inspector.
Must successfully meet all requirements for State of Florida EMT certification and CPR Certification, within the first year of
employment.

Effective for all employees hired on or after 10/01/1990: The employee must be a non-smoker / non-user of tobacco (any
form) for at least one (1) year prior to application, remain smoke free during employment/application process and agree not
to smoke or use tobacco (in any form) on or off duty during the tenure of their employment.

LATERAL TRANSFERS:

Lateral transfer is permitted only at the entry level, either Firefighter or Fire Prevention Officer. This does not preclude the
Chief’s right to temporarily assign anyone of any rank in any Division. There is a minimum 3-year time in the Fire & Life
Safety Division requirement before a Fire Prevention Officer hired from the outside can request a lateral transfer. There is
no minimum time in the Fire & Life Safety Division for Fire Prevention Officers that transfer in having served as a Firefighter,
and wishing to return to the Firefighter position. Fire Prevention Officers may compete for the Firefighter/Driver position,
having been transferred to the Operations Division as a Firefighter for a minimum of 12 consecutive months and meeting the
requirements for the Firefighter/Driver position.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Must have the use of sensory skills in order to effectively communicate in English and interact with other employees and the
public through the use of the telephone and personal contact as normally defined by the ability to see, read, talk, hear,
handle or feel objects and controls. Physical capability to effectively use and operate various items of office related
equipment, such as, but not limited to a telephone, fire radio, personal computer, calculator, copy machine and fax machine.
Must have the physical capability to bend, stoop, stretch, climb (including ladders), and crawl into confined spaces while
wearing protective clothing and equipment. Ability to perform tasks requiring balance, motor-coordination and dexterity.

Must have correct color vision and depth perception as noted in NFPA 1582. Must be able to lift and carry articles weighting
up to 75 lbs. and push articles weighing up to 150 lbs. Must be able to wear hard hat/helmet, safety glasses, goggles, safety
belt, SCBA, safety shoes/boots, coveralls, gloves, bunker gear, and face shield. May be subject to exposure to extreme
temperatures and weather conditions, electricity, heights of up to 300 ft., noise, moving mechanical parts, confined spaces,
vibration, radiation, dust, vapors, fumes, toxic metals, sensitizers, poisons, animals/insects, mist, gases, smoke, irritants,
asphyxiants, and blood borne pathogens.

FIRE/RESCUE SERVICES/25-14
06/04/2001
                                                    FIREFIGHTER
                                                        F1/F2


GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Professional firefighting/EMT duties of a varied nature. Work is performed under general supervision. Does related
work as required.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Responds to fire alarms with a fire company;
Connects and operates hoses; Ventilates burning buildings
Enters burning building buildings; Removes and rescues persons from danger;
Operates hand fire extinguishers; administers medical treatment to afflicted persons;
Performs salvage operations; Attends training sessions on a routine basis;
Performs physical cleaning and maintenance of departmental buildings, including bathrooms;
Performs hydrant testing and maintenance;
Makes fire inspections as required;

RELATED TASKS:

May drive ladder trucks, pumper trucks and emergency trucks in responding to fire and medical emergency alarms;
Operates pumps to maintain an adequate water volume and pressure;
May act as tillerman.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

Knowledge of City of Boca Raton street locations, geography and types of construction in the City; knowledge of
emergency medical procedure, practices and techniques, knowledge of the various types of fire hazards of the City;
knowledge and skill in the use of emergency medical treatment practices; knowledge of firefighting techniques,
polices, procedures and practices; ability to learn and perform many and varied firefighting techniques and
procedures; ability to understand and follow orders and written instructions; ability to perform prolonged and arduous
work under adverse conditions; skill in the use and maintenance of firefighting equipment.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Must be 18 years of age. Graduation from high school or equivalency.

MEDICAL REQUIREMENTS:

Must comply with NFPA 1582 Standard on Comprehensive Occupational Medical Program for Fire Departments,
2007 Edition, or most current Edition.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possess a valid State of Florida Class "D" Driver's license, with an "E" endorsement. Certified as a State of Florida
Firefighter. Must successfully meet all requirements for State of Florida EMT certification and CPR Certification,
within the first year of employment. Must have ability to swim and be tested within the first year of employment.

Effective for all employees hired on or after 10/01/1990: The employee must be a non-smoker / non-user of tobacco
(any form) for at least one (1) year prior to application, remain smoke free during employment/application process
and agree not to smoke or use tobacco (in any form) on or off duty during the tenure of their employment.


PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Must have the use of sensory skills in order to effectively communicate in English and interact with other employees
and the public through the use of the telephone and personal contact as normally defined by the ability to see, read,
talk, hear, handle or feel objects and controls. Physical capability to effectively use and operate various items of
office related equipment, such as, but not limited to a telephone, fire radio, personal computer, calculator, copy
machine and fax machine. Must have the physical capability to bend, stoop, stretch, climb (including ladders), and
crawl into confined spaces while wearing protective clothing and equipment. Ability to perform tasks requiring
balance, motor-coordination and dexterity.

Must have correct color vision and depth perception as noted in NFPA 1582. Must be able to lift and carry articles
weighing up to 75 lbs. and push articles weighing up to 150 lbs. Must be able to wear hard hat/helmet, safety
glasses, goggles, safety belt, respirator, safety shoes/boots, coveralls, gloves, bunker gear, and faceshield.
Exposure to extreme temperatures and weather conditions. Exposure to electricity, heights, noise, moving
mechanical parts, confined spaces, vibration, radiation, dust, vapors, fumes, toxic metals, sensitizers, poisons,
animals/insects, mist, gases, smoke, irritants, asphyxiants, and bloodborne pathogens.

FIRE/RESCUE SERVICES/25-12
06/07/2002
                                                                                                       City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                          Job Description
                                                 FIREFIGHTER/DRIVER
                                                         F3

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs technical and specialized firefighting work involving the driving and operation of Fire Department apparatus and
other motorized apparatus and general firefighting equipment; does related work as required. Work is performed under
general supervision.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

   The Firefighter/Driver drives fire apparatus to and from fire scenes and other emergency scenes.
   The Firefighter/Driver operates pumping equipment in accordance with proper procedures.
   The Firefighter/Driver performs rescue, emergency medical treatment, and firefighting duties.
   The Firefighter/Driver cleans maintains, and makes minor repairs and adjustments to fire apparatus.

RELATED TASKS:

   The Firefighter/Driver participates in drills and training as required.
   The Firefighter/Driver assists in the maintenance of Fire Department quarters.
   The Firefighter/Driver makes fire inspections as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

   The Firefighter/Driver has knowledge of modern firefighting principles, practices and procedures including hydraulics.
   The Firefighter/Driver has knowledge of, and skill in the operations and maintenance of various types of apparatus and
    equipment used in firefighting activities.
   The Firefighter/Driver has knowledge of emergency medical principles and skill in their application.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

   Minimum of thirty-six (36) consecutive months of service with the local force.
   Certification as eligible by the Department Training Division within two years of taking exam.
   Shall have earned at least nine (9) college credits in Fire Science at an accredited college offering a degree program in
    Fire Engineering or Fire Science, Six (6) of which must be in Fire Apparatus and Equipment, and Fire Service
    Hydraulics or must be certified by the State of Florida as a Driver Engineer.
   Personnel receiving State Certified Paramedic bonus may apply three (3) credits towards the Fire Science criteria.
   Personnel may use the Florida State Fire College Apparatus and Equipment course and Fire Service Hydraulics taught
    by the department in lieu of the Apparatus and Equipment and and Fire Service Hydraulics course taught at an
    accredited Community College. This does not change the requirements for nine (9) total college credits.


MEDICAL REQUIREMENTS:

   Must comply with NFPA 1582 Standard on Comprehensive Occupational Medical Program for Fire Departments, 2007
    Edition, or most current Edition.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

   Must possess a State of Florida Firefighter and Paramedic Certification along with a valid State of Florida Driver's
    license.
   Effective for all employees hired on or after 10/01/1990: The employee must be a non-smoker / non-user of tobacco
    (any form) for at least one (1) year prior to application, remain smoke free during employment/application process and
    agree not to smoke or use tobacco (in any form) on or off duty during the tenure of their employment.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

   Must have the use of sensory skills in order to effectively communicate and interact with other employees and the public
    through the use of the telephone and personal contact as normally defined by the ability to see, read, talk, hear, handle
    or feel objects and controls.
   Physically capable to effectively use and operate various items of office related equipment, such as, but not limited to a
    telephone, fire radio, personal computer, calculator, copy machine and fax machine.
                                                                                                       City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                          Job Description
   Must have the physical capability to bend, stoop, stretch, climb (including ladders), and crawl into confined spaces while
    wearing protective clothing and equipment.
   Must have the ability to perform tasks requiring balance, motor-coordination and dexterity.
   Must have correct color vision and depth perception as noted in NFPA 1582.
   Must be able to lift and carry articles weighing up to 75 lbs. and push articles weighing up to 150 lbs.
   Must be able to wear hard hat/helmet, face-shield, safety glasses, goggles, safety belt, respirator, safety shoes/boots,
    coveralls, gloves, bunker gear, and other Body Substance Isolation gear (BSI).
   Must be able to endure exposure to extreme temperatures and weather conditions.
   Must be able to work safely around energized electrical equipment, heights, noise, moving mechanical parts, confined
    spaces, vibration, radiation, dust, vapors, fumes, toxic metals, sensitizers, poisons, animals/insects, mist, gases, smoke,
    irritants, asphyxiants, and blood-borne pathogens utilizing necessary safety equipment.


FIRE/RESCUE SERVICES/25-12
11/03/2006
                                                                                                 City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                    Job Description
                                             SENIOR FIRE INSPECTOR

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs responsible technical, supervisor and administrative work in the areas of inspections, fire investigation,
public education, and other fire prevention activities in the Fire & Life Safety Division; does related work as required.
Work is performed under general supervision. Supervision is exercised over subordinate staff.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

        The Senior Fire Inspector performs fire inspections as required;
        The Senior Fire Inspector prepares schedules of fire inspection activities;
        The Senior Fire Inspector reviews and approve building/fire permit submittals;
        The Senior Fire Inspector reviews building/fire permit submittals approved by subordinate personnel;
        The Senior Fire Inspector conducts fire investigations;
        The Senior Fire Inspector supervises subordinate personnel assigned to their work group
        The Senior Fire Inspector supervises and evaluate the on going activities or the division
        The Senior Fire Inspector provides supervision of investigators at large fire losses;
        The Senior Fire Inspector prepares and conduct public fire safety education programs;
        The Senior Fire Inspector responds to fire and EMS alarms as required;
        The Senior Fire Inspector attends mandatory training

RELATED TASKS:

        The Senior Fire Inspector transmits orders and information to personnel;
        The Senior Fire Inspector evaluates performance and recommends discipline;
        The Senior Fire Inspector represents the department at service and/or professional meetings;
        The Senior Fire Inspector interfaces with building officials, contractors, business owners
        The Senior Fire Inspector handles routine complaints and questions from the public;
        The Senior Fire Inspector prepares and submit reports and maintain records;
        The Senior Fire Inspector supervises Fire Prevention Officers and Fire Inspectors;
        The Senior Fire Inspector enforces Department Rules & Regulations, and TAPIRS;
        The Senior Fire Inspector participates in committees and planning groups;
        The Senior Fire Inspector performs all other related duties as assigned.
        The Senior Fire Inspector writes commendations or counseling as necessary
        The Senior Fire Inspector writes performance evaluations as necessary


KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

        The Senior Fire Inspector has knowledge of NFPA codes, Florida Statutes, Florida Administrative Rules,
         and City Codes pertaining to fire prevention.
        The Senior Fire Inspector has knowledge of fire protection and fire alarm systems.
        The Senior Fire Inspector has knowledge of fire investigation methods and techniques.
        The Senior Fire Inspector has knowledge and experience in planning, organizing, and directing.
        The Senior Fire Inspector has extensive knowledge of departmental policies, procedures, purchasing and
         inventory control practices.
        The Senior Fire Inspector has knowledge of general management practices and principles, as well as
         supervision and public relations.
        The Senior Fire Inspector has the ability to effectively communicate verbally and in writing, and to supervise
         and direct the activities of others in routine and emergency operations.
        The Senior Fire Inspector has the ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

        Must currently possess a State of Florida Inspector’s certification.
        Must hold an Inspector’s certification for the past two years 2 years.
        Must have served for 2 consecutive years in the Fire and Life Safety Division.
        Must have a minimum of 5 years fire service experience.
        Posses a minimum of 18 college credits at an accredited college offering a degree program in Fire Science
         or related fields. The employee will be eligible to compete for the position of Senior Fire Inspector, if an
         opening is available.
                                                                                                   City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                      Job Description
MEDICAL REQUIREMENTS:

Must comply with NFPA 1582 Standard on Comprehensive Occupational Medical Program for Fire Departments,
2007 Edition, or most current Edition.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Must have the use of sensory skills in order to effectively communicate in English and interact with other employees
and the public through the use of the telephone and personal contact as normally defined by the ability to see, read,
talk, hear, handle or feel objects and controls. Physical capability to effectively use and operate various items of
office related equipment, such as, but not limited to a telephone, fire radio, personal computer, calculator, copy
machine and fax machine. Must have the physical capability to bend, stoop, stretch, climb (including ladders), and
crawl into confined spaces while wearing protective clothing and equipment. Ability to perform tasks requiring
balance, motor-coordination and dexterity.

Must have correct color vision and depth perception. Must be able to lift and carry articles weighing up to 75 lbs. and
push articles weighing up to 150 lbs. Must be able to wear hard hat/helmet, safety glasses, goggles, safety belt,
SCBA, safety shoes/boots, coveralls, gloves, bunker gear, and faceshield. May be subject to exposure to extreme
temperatures and weather conditions, electricity, heights of up to 300 ft., noise, moving mechanical parts, confined
spaces, vibration, radiation, dust, vapors, fumes, toxic metals, sensitizers, poisons, animals/insects, mist, gases,
smoke, irritants, asphyxiants, and bloodborne pathogens.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS & RESTRICTIONS:

Possess a valid State of Florida Class "D" Driver's license, with an "E" endorsement. Certified as a State of Florida
Firefighter, and Fire Inspector. Must successfully meet all requirements for State of Florida EMT certification and
CPR Certification, within the first year of employment. Must have ability to swim and be tested within the first year of
employment.

Effective for all employees hired on or after 10/01/1990: The employee must be a non-smoker / non-user of tobacco
(any form) for at least one (1) year prior to application, remain smoke free during employment/application process
and agree not to smoke or use tobacco (in any form) on or off duty during the tenure of their employment.

Lateral transfer is permitted only at the entry level, either Firefighter or Fire Prevention Officer. This does not preclude
the Chief’s right to temporarily assign anyone of any rank in any Division. There is a minimum 3-year time in the Fire
& Life Safety Division requirement before a Fire Prevention Officer hired from the outside can request a lateral
transfer. There is no minimum time in the Fire & Life Safety Division for Fire Prevention Officers that transfer in
having served as a Firefighter, and wishing to return to the Firefighter position.

FIRE/RESCUE SERVICES/25-14
05/2008
                                                                                                         City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                            Job Description

                                               Fleet Operations Manager
                                                          X32

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

This position is responsible for assisting administratively and managing the maintenance and repair of a wide variety of light
and heavy automotive equipment and specialized equipment.

Responsibilities include compiling and analyzing data on equipment usage and maintenance, comparing repair and
replacement costs, recommending the purchasing of equipment and supplies, coordinating and managing the maintenance
of all equipment. Position includes direct communication with customers, preparing work orders with accurate information,
and contact with outside vendors. Work involves assisting in the preparation of the annual budget for the Motor Pool / Fleet
Maintenance Section, writing specifications for new equipment, and developing programs and procedures for preventive
maintenance on equipment. Work is performed under the direct supervision of the Fleet Maintenance Superintendent with
work being reviewed in the form of evaluations, conferences, reports submitted, and results achieved. Supervision and
management is exercised over employees engaged in the maintenance and repair of Fleet vehicles.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

•   Communicating with customers and preparing accurate work orders.
•   Able to establish and maintain effective working relationships with customers, co-workers, subordinates, and the general
    public.
•   Reviewing and assuring correct use of purchase orders for all vendor purchases.
•   Communicate with the City vendors regarding the repairs and maintenance of equipment.
•   Manage the fuel inventory operation, record keeping and maintenance program.
•   Able to operate a personal computer using program applications appropriate to Fleet management.
•   Maintains correct and accurate data collection for maintenance operational records.
•   Checks newly purchased equipment to ensure conformance with specifications.
•   Assists in budget preparation for equipment replacement, maintenance, and costs.
•   Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing.
•   Prepare reports and maintain records.
•   Assists in determining equipment needs and requirements for each department.
•   Provides direct assistance to the Fleet Superintendent with all Fleet projects and procedures.

RELATED TASKS:

•   Assists in the plans, schedules, directions, and manages the technician’s daily activities.
•   Oversees and assists parts staff to assure the availability of parts and supplies.
•   Maintains a service manual library, distributes and monitors current technical service bulletins.
•   Performs minor service tasks as needed.
•   Recommends the purchase of new equipment and supplies.
•   Provides technical advice to departments for recommended equipment requirements and maintenance.
•   Oversees the preparation of new vehicles before routing to each department.
•   Recommends necessary material, parts and supplies to maintain and repair equipment and fueling facilities.
•   Ability to determine effectiveness of maintenance and repair programs and procedures.
•   Performs related work as required.

KNOWLEDGE SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

Comprehensive knowledge of the principles and practices of automotive repair shop management; knowledge of the hazards
and safety precautions of large scale shop operations; general knowledge of the repair and maintenance of automotive
equipment; general knowledge of standard office procedures; ability to type accurately; ability to operate standard office
equipment; ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with associates and the general public; ability to
communicate effectively orally and in writing.
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school and supplemented by a 2 years
experience in the automotive repair field.




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                                                                                                      City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                         Job Description

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Must have good organization skills as well as good communication skills.    Possession of valid State of Florida Class “E”
driver’s license.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Must be able to lift, carry and push articles weighing up to 50 lbs. Must be able to wear safety glasses, safety shoes, and
gloves. Exposure to noise, dust, vapors, fumes, gases, smoke and moving mechanical parts.


Municipal Services




                                                            2
                                                                                                       City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                       Job Description

                                    FLEET QUALITY ASSURANCE SPECIALIST
                                                    N26

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs difficult and complex maintenance and mechanical repair work on diversified gasoline and diesel vehicles including
heavy equipment. Serves as a lead worker and directs the daily activities of Automotive Technicians. Position includes direct
communication with customers, preparing work orders with accurate information, contact with outside vendors and
scheduling the work of technicians by planning, scheduling, directing, and managing the technician’s daily activities.
Exercises considerable initiative and independent judgment in completing assigned duties to ensure the safety and
operability of City-owned equipment. Duties are performed under supervision of the Fleet Operations Manager.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

   Performs all duties of a Master Automotive Technician, as required.
   Participates in and assists in the maintenance repair, and modification of City-owned vehicles and equipment.
   Ensures adherence to established maintenance schedules for City equipment.
   Drafts work orders for service and reviews completed work orders for accuracy.
   Quality control checks repairs selected on a random basis.
   Oversees the scheduling and coordinates between user departments and the shop to ensure speedy, cost-efficient
    repairs.
   Coordinates with parts staff to assure the availability of automotive parts and supplies.
   Provides technical assistance and direction to technicians on difficult or unusual problems involving repairs.
   Provides input to the Fleet Operation Manager on technician work performance and completes the annual performance
    evaluations.
   Performs advisory and technical work in the operation of the City vehicles and equipment maintenance program.
   Coordinates and administers skills testing for Commercial Driver License.
   Maintains records and coordinates activities with Florida Division of Motor Vehicles.
   Maintains shop compliance with all risk management programs, ensuring compliance with all applicable rules and
    regulations.
   Prepares and conducts technical training and safety meetings.
   Attends training programs to maintain knowledge of troubleshooting and repair of gasoline, and diesel vehicles and
    heavy equipment.
   Performs work safely in accordance with departmental safety procedures and the City’s Safety Program.
   Operates equipment safely and notifies supervisor of any unsafe work condition or practice.
   Provides testing for City employees as needed.

RELATED TASKS:

   Researches and prepares specifications for new tool and equipment purchases.
   Assists in the scheduling of the work of mechanics engaged in the repair and maintenance of municipal automotive
    equipment.
   Performs technical service tasks as needed.
   Acts in the absence of the Fleet Operations Manager.
   Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

   Thorough knowledge and skill in the repair and maintenance of gasoline and diesel engines.
   Knowledge of service procedures pertaining to air, hydraulic, vacuum, and electric braking systems.
   Knowledge of operational and safety procedures in operating heavy and light duty towing vehicles.
   Knowledge of hydraulic system repairs to include hose fabrication, pump overhaul, control valve service, and circuitry.
   Skill in removal and installation of major unit components (engines, transmissions, axles, etc) and ability to repair as
    required.
   Ability to provide guidance and direction to others.
   Ability to understand and carry out detailed oral and written instructions.
   Ability to use and safely operate a wide variety of hand and power tools associated with the automobile/heavy
    equipment trade.
   Ability to plan and conduct job related training.
   Ability to perform computer data entry to account for repair time spent and flat rates charged.
   Ability to formulate, fabricate and maintain special vehicles and equipment to fill the needs of user departments.
   Knowledge of personal computer operating systems.




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                                                                                                     City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                     Job Description
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school and supplemented by course work
in automotive and construction equipment repair.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Must possess or obtain a valid State of Florida Class "B" CDL driver's license and a minimum of five (5) current ASE
certifications within twelve (12) months of the date of hire. Must supply own hand tools consistent with this classification.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Must be able to lift, carry and push articles weighing up to 50 lbs. Must be able to wear hard hat/helmet, safety glasses,
goggles, safety belt, safety shoes, hearing protector, gloves, and welder's helmet. Exposure to noise, moving mechanical
parts, vibration, dust, vapors, fumes, toxic metals, mist, gases, and smoke.


MANUCIPAL SERVICES




                                                             2
                                                                                                            City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                               Job Description
                                                      GIS COORDINATOR
                                                            X37



GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs responsible administrative and difficult technical work planning, implementing and coordinating the City wide
geographic information system; does related work as required. Work is performed under the direction of the Systems and
Development Manager


TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Provides direction in the development of detailed system design specification and standard for element of the GIS Enterprise
database to ensure overall system compatibility and functionality;
Coordinates GIS system procurement, data preparation, verification and conversion with departments and with the public,
other municipalities, and private sector entities;
Coordinates research, examination, and selection of software systems needed for creation, implementation and
maintenance of the GIS to ensure compatibility with existing systems and standards;
Assists GIS users in maximizing their utilization of system capabilities; coordinates and/or conducts GIS training;
Maintains security of GIS Enterprise database and controls user security systems in accordance with standards;
Coordinates system demonstration for representatives of other jurisdictions and other interested groups;
Responds to requests for GIS information
Promotes public and private partnerships
Interacts with selection GIS vendors to communicate needs and future direction of Citywide GIS.
Develops, budge and manages funds allocated to Citywide GIS effort.

RELATED TASKS:

Specifies computer hardware, software, and networking equipment related to GIS;
Performs needs assessments identifying potential GIS application for development;
Performs related duties as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITY:

Extensive knowledge of data processing with emphasis on client server environments, digitizers, plotters and other
peripherals pertaining to graphics and imaging use on computers;
Extensive knowledge of geography and cartography;
Considerable knowledge of GIS software;
Knowledge of relational database software packages;
Knowledge of operating systems and programming languages;
Ability to communication effectively both orally and in writing
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationship at all levels
Ability to exercise initiative and sound judgement;
Ability to manage multiple projects;
Ability to administer contracts.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Bachelor’s degree in Engineering, Computer Science, Geography or Cartography; Minimum of (3) three to (5) five years
experience with geographic information systems; three (3) years managerial experience to include two (2) years of public
relations experience; or any equivalent combination of related training and experience.


ESSENTIAL PHYSICAL SKILLS:

Ability to lift articles weighing up to fifty (50) pounds; must have depth perception, and have ability to distinguish colors;
Exposure to electrical hazards and moving mechanical parts.



DEVELOPMENT SERVICES/IS-12-31
10/3/00
                                                                                                              City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                                 Job Description
                                                          GIS Intern
                                                             U00

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

The successful candidate will operate a GIS workstation to implement analysis and generate map products for a variety of
projects. This position reports to the GIS Coordinator.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Maintains GIS land based parcel data.
Creates maps and layers using ESRI software.
Conduct mapping research in the field and the office.
Implements GIS software specialization and modification as requested.

RELATED TASKS

Develops reports and maps using GIS software.
Assists in conducting planning studies as directed by the Coordinator.
Work with various city departments to support GIS related projects.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES

This position requires knowledge of and proficiency in the use of computers and Microsoft operating systems.

Knowledge of and proficiency with ESRI’s ArcGIS, ArcView and/or ArcInfo. Knowledge of Microsoft Access database is
required.

Position requires the ability of learning GIS software and data development procedures from tutorials and personal
instruction.

Ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing, maintain good working relationship, exercise initiative and sound
judgment.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

This position requires a one (1) to two (2) years of experience working with geographic information systems. A degree or
equivalent course work at a technical or vocational school in Geographical Information Systems, Civil Engineering, Computer
Science or a related field.

ESSENTIAL PHYSICAL SKILLS:

Ability to lift articles weighing up to 50 pounds; must have depth perception, and have the ability to distinguish colors.

CITY MANAGER/INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
March 15, 2004
                                                                                                              City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                                 Job Description
                                                      GIS SPECIALIST
                                                            X33

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

This position is responsible for development, implementation and production of applications for the Geographic Information
System (GIS). The GIS Specialist also provides technical support for GIS application and software. This position reports to
the GIS Coordinator.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Assists the GIS Coordinator in the assessment of future GIS needs and the development of future GIS related products.
Implements GIS software specialization and modification.
Provides technical support for GIS related projects as requested by the GIS Coordinator.
Provides application and database development.
Assists in the training and support of departmental staff.
Advises the Coordinator on systems activities.

RELATED TASKS

Develops reports and maps using GIS software.
Assists in conducting planning studies as directed by the Coordinator
Instructs other City personnel in the operation of GIS system

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES

This position requires knowledge of and proficiency in the use of computers and operating systems, with emphasis on
microcomputers, minicomputers, graphic workstations and input/output devices such as digitizers and plotters.

Thorough knowledge of and proficiency with GIS technology, CAD and/or database design and at least one of the following
workstation/server/mainframe based software packages: AutoCAD, ARCINFO, ArcView. Knowledge of Oracle database is
desirable.

Familiarity with ORACLE, Powerbuilder, Visual Basic, or Visual C++ and experience with Windows NT operating system and
Intel-based hardware is desirable.

Ability to understand technical concepts and requirements and to customize GIS products to meet the projects needs is
required.

Ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing, maintain good working relationship, exercise initiative and sound
judgment.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

This position requires a Bachelors degree in survey / mapping, engineering, geography, computer science or related field
and minimum of two (2) years experience in GIS applications (and/or Oracle) is required. A comparable amount of training
and experience may be substituted for the minimum qualifications.

ESSENTIAL PHYSICAL SKILLS:

Ability to lift articles weighing up to 50 pounds; must have depth perception, and have the ability to distinguish colors.

DEVELOPMENT SEVRICES/IS-12-31
10/3/00
                                                                                                  City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                     Job Description
                                        GOLF ADMINISTRATIVE SPECIALIST
                                                     N20

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs skilled clerical and administrative work assisting the in the operations of a municipal golf office; does related
work as required. Work is performed under regular supervision.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Answers telephones and responds to requests for information;
Creates, maintains, and audits records, logs, and reports;
Calculates math and processes forms, verifying accuracy and completeness;
Files all paperwork and maintains personnel files;
Prepares and maintains payroll
Schedules appointments for Golf Course Manager
Calls or E-Mails, (through the Internet) newspapers and/or related publications regarding advertising.

RELATED TASKS:
Prepares special correspondence as needed;
Assist in Pro Shop as needed
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

General knowledge of standard office practices and procedures; ability to plan, lay out, and conduct clerical
operations involving transactions requiring effective accountability and accurate control; ability to present ideas
clearly and effectively both orally and in written form; thorough knowledge of business English usage and spelling;
ability to use business math and to make basic arithmetical calculations; ability to file accurately; ability to type
accurately at a rate of 50 WPM; skill in the operation of word processing, spreadsheets, and desktop publishing
programs; ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with City officials, supervisors, associates,
applicants, and the general public. Possession of a valid State of Florida drivers license

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school; and at least three (3) years
experience in clerical and/or personnel work. Experience in desktop publishing preferred.

Recreation Services
10/1/03
                                                                                                  City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                     Job Description

                                              GOLF CART ATTENDANT
                                                      U01

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs responsible semiskilled work in the daily organization and running of the golf course; does related work as
required. Work is performed under regular supervision.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Cleans, washes, and prepares cart fleet;
Retrieves practice balls from driving range;
Provides electric and/or pull carts to the public;
Organizes and logs the schedule of golfers to carts and movement around the course;

RELATED TASKS:

Cleans rest rooms, cart building, and surrounding walk areas;
Empties trash from cart facility;
Makes minor repairs to carts and cart chargers, changes tires, and makes note of damage or repairs on appropriate
forms;
Maintains cart fleet building, including rest rooms and surrounding work areas;
Fills vending machines; changes light bulbs throughout the golf course buildings;
Assembles rakes for use on golf course;
Cleans starter area;
Paints cart markers on the course; moves ropes, marks, or signs where needed;
Applies fire ant chemicals;
Handles complaints from the public;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

General knowledge of the methods, materials, and practices used in golf course operations; ability to establish and
maintain effective working relationships with City officials, employees, course guests, and the general public; ability to
prepare reports and keep records; ability to lift articles weighing 50 pounds; ability to work outdoors in extreme
weather conditions (e.g. heat); skill in the operation of golf course maintenance equipment; ability to work weekends
and holidays approximately 20 hours per week.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Exposure to extreme temperatures and weather conditions, and animals/insects.



RECREATION SERVICES/63-12
12/8/97
                                                                                              City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                 Job Description
                                            GOLF COURSE MANAGER
                                                     D2


GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs complex technical and difficult administrative work planning and overseeing the operation and maintenance
of the municipal golf courses; does related work as required. Work is performed under general supervision of Deputy
Recreation Services Director (Parks and Golf). Supervision is exercised over all division personnel.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Plans, assigns, supervises, and reviews the work of all maintenance and operational golf course personnel;
Supervises the collection and receipt of course fees and concession revenues;
Supervises control of all funds collected at the golf courses and does supervisory work necessary in
collecting, accounting, and recording these funds; prepares and maintains budget; forecasts revenues and
expenditures; specifies and authorizes purchases of golf course materials, equipment, and supplies;
Maintains and prepares a variety of records and reports relating to golf course operations;
Supervises the maintenance of golf course grounds, fairways, tees and greens, irrigation and water systems involving
general grass cutting, brush and bush clearing, cutting, aeration, dressing and watering and sprinkler systems, and
the preparation and application of specialized chemicals, fertilizers, and soil enrichment materials;
Oversees the setting up and running golf tournaments and promotes program and general use of facilities.

RELATED TASKS:

Develops and recommends rules of conduct for employees and rules and regulations for the public and enforces
same;
Evaluates the work performance of employees;
Recommends disciplinary action, hiring, and termination;
Monitors functions and operations of computer tee time system;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

Thorough knowledge of the practices, methods, and policies used in municipal golf course operations; thorough
knowledge of the principles, methods, materials, and equipment used in the maintenance and repair of a golf course;
ability to plan and supervise the work of technical, clerical, and maintenance personnel; ability to establish and
maintain effective working relationships with City officials, course guests, interested groups and the general public;
ability to prepare, maintain, and monitor detailed technical and financial records; ability to communicate effectively
both orally and in writing.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from an accredited college or university with
major course work in business or golf course administration and extensive experience supervising a golf course
operation. Masters degree preferred.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS;

Possession of a valid State of Florida driver's license. Certification as Leisure Professional by NRPA and FRPA.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Exposure to extreme temperatures, animals/insects, dust, vapors, fumes, and poisons.




RECREATION SERVICES/63-12
10/1/00
                                                                                                  City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                     Job Description
                                              GOLF COURSE MECHANIC
                                                      B27

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs intermediate skilled work on a variety of small engine equipment used in the maintenance of
a golf course.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

Repairs and rebuilds reel mowers; tunes up equipment; removes reels from mowers checks height; sharpens reels;
Greases fittings, checks bushings and rollers; change soil and lubricates mowers, tractors and small equipment;
Repairs two and four cycle engines, mowers, tractors and other equipment used in the maintenance of golf courses;
Orders necessary parts and supplies and maintains an inventory; schedules equipment repairs.

RELATED TASKS:

Diagnoses problems and repairs electrical systems; performs welding tasks;
Tests equipment for proper operation after repairs are completed.
Keeps maintenance shop neat and orderly and clear of debris;
Receives and delivers work;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

General knowledge of the methods, tools and equipment used in the repair of small engine, golf course and small
maintenance equipment, skill in the use and operations of tools and machinery used in automotive repair work; ability
to detect by inspection any worn or broken automotive part; ability to keep records of repairs and service operations
and to make reports; ability to adapt available tools and repair parts to specific repair problems; ability to follow oral
and written instructions accurately.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education an experience equivalent to graduation from high school and some experience in
repairing small engines, and automotive and power driven equipment.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of a valid State of Florida driver’s license.


PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Must be able to lift, carry and push articles weighing up to 50 lbs. Must be able to wear safety glasses, goggles,
respirator, safety belt, safety shoes/boots, hearing protectors, welder's helmet, faceshield, safety harness, safety
vest, and gloves. Exposure to extreme temperatures, animals/insects, electrical hazards, heights, noise, vibration,
dust, vapors, fumes, mist, smoke, confined spaces and moving mechanical parts.




RECREATION SERVICES/63-12
10/10/98
                                                                                                          City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                             Job Description
                                             GOLF COURSE SUPERINTENDENT
                                                         X37

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs difficult technical and responsible administrative work overseeing the maintenance of the municipal golf courses;
does related work as required. Work is performed under regular supervision. Supervision is exercised over all golf course
maintenance personnel.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Assists with preparation of budget;
Formulates and implements golf course work maintenance schedules in accordance with prescribed standards;
Makes recommendations for purchase and ordering of all golf course materials and equipment;
Trains and supervises personnel as golf course equipment operators;
Coordinates landscape improvement (trees, sod, flowers, etc.).

RELATED TASKS:

Oversees irrigation functions and system repairs when necessary;
Applies pesticides and fertilizers;
Assists mechanic with repairs and preventive maintenance program;
Operates machinery when required;
Assists greenskeepers in general grounds maintenance;
Keeps records of time worked for payroll purposes;
Makes termination and promotional recommendations;
Evaluates the work performance of employees;
Recommends hiring of maintenance personnel;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

Thorough knowledge of the practices, methods, and policies used in municipal golf course maintenance; thorough
knowledge of the principles, methods, materials, and equipment used in the maintenance and repair of a golf course; ability
to plan and supervise the work of maintenance personnel; ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships
with City officials, course guests, interested groups, and the general public; ability to prepare and maintain records; ability to
communicate effectively both orally and in writing,

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from an accredited community college with major
course work in turf management, horticulture, and/or golf course management and extensive experience supervising the
maintenance of a golf course.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of a valid State of Florida driver’s license. Possession of a valid State of Florida Pesticide Applicator License.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Must be able to lift, carry and push articles weighing up to 50 lbs. Must be able to wear safety glasses, goggles, respirator,
safety belt, safety shoes/boots, hearing protectors, welder's helmet, faceshield, safety harness, safety vest, and gloves.
Exposure to extreme temperatures, animals/insects, electrical hazards, heights, noise, vibration, dust, vapors, fumes, mist,
smoke, toxic metals, and moving mechanical parts.




RECREATION SERVICES/63-12
10/10/98
                                                                                                      City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                         Job Description
                                             GOLF OPERATIONS ASSISTANT
                                                       N14

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK

Performs intermediate skilled work supervising the non-maintenance operation of the Red Reef golf course; does related
work as required. Work is performed under general supervision. Supervision is exercised over non–maintenance part time
golf attendants.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Oversees and assists with the operation of golf course administrative functions;
Collects daily receipts from participants;
Prepares daily participation and revenue accountability reports;
Provides information about the golf courses to the general public;
Enters daily revenue and participation data into computer system;
Maintains inventory of non-maintenance golf operations supplies for resupply purchasing and payment;
Schedules, directs and monitors the work of part-time golf attendants;
Assists with the supervision of all non-maintenance operations personnel;
Opens and closes facility.

RELATED TASKS:

Prepares bank deposits;
Explains golf course rules, regulations, fees, policies, and procedures;
Prepares payroll time sheets and related records;
Coordinates and issues golf course permits and ID cards;
Assists with tee time and front desk operations;
Assists with golf attendant duties in cart facility, starting, and ranging;
Performs related tasks as required;

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

General knowledge of the methods, materials, and practices used in golf course operations; ability to establish and maintain
effective working relationships with City officials, employees, course guests, and the general public; ability to plan and
supervise the work of subordinates; ability to prepare reports and maintain records; skill in the operation of standard office
equipment.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school and considerable clerical or general
office experience.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Exposure to extreme temperatures, animals/insects, dust, vapors, fumes, and poisons.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of a valid State of Florida Class “E” Driver’s License.

Recreation Services
10/1/02
                                                                                                  City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                     Job Description
                                          GOLF OPERATIONS SUPERVISOR
                                                     N23

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs intermediate skilled work supervising the operation of the municipal golf course; does related work as
required. Work is performed under regular supervision. Supervision may be exercised over part time golf attendants.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Oversees and assists with the operation of golf course administrative functions;
Collects daily receipts from participants;
Prepares daily participation and revenue accountability reports;
Provides information about the golf courses to the general public;
Enters daily revenue and participation data into computer system;
Assists with purchasing of and payment for golf course materials;
Directs and monitors the work of part-time golf attendants.
Assists with the supervision of all operations personnel;
Opens and closes facility.

RELATED TASKS:

Prepares bank deposits;
Explains golf course rules, regulations, fees, policies, and procedures;
Opens and closes facility;
Helps with payroll time sheets and related records;
Assists with tee time and front desk operations;
Assists with golf attendant duties in cart facility, starting, and ranging;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

General knowledge of the methods, materials, and practices used in golf course operations; ability to establish and
maintain effective working relationships with City officials, employees, course guests, and the general public; ability to
plan and supervise the work of subordinates; ability to prepare reports and maintain records; skill in the operation of
standard office equipment.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school and considerable clerical or
general office experience.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Exposure to extreme temperatures, animals/insects, dust, vapors, fumes, and poisons.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of a valid State of Florida Class “E” driver’s license.



RECREATION SERVICES/63-12
10/10/98
                                                                                                      City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                         Job Description
                                                       GREENSKEEPER
                                                            B13

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs responsible semiskilled work in the maintenance of municipal golf courses; does related work as required.
Work is performed under regular supervision.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Works as a member of a crew engaged in the maintenance, repair, and improvement of a golf course;
Participates in the propagation, planting, and transplanting of appropriate trees, shrubs, and flowers for the development and
maintenance of the golf courses;
Maintains greens, tees, fairways and golf course facilities;
Mows, waters, weeds, aerates and fertilizes greens, tees, and fairways on the golf courses;
Seeds and sods turf areas;
Performs preventive maintenance and general repair of golf course equipment;
Maintains and repairs irrigation systems, tools, structures, machinery and equipment;
Operates mowers, tractors, front-end loaders, trenchers, and similar equipment in the performance of maintenance tasks.

RELATED TASKS:

Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

General knowledge of the methods, materials, and practices used in golf course maintenance; general knowledge of the
equipment used to maintain a golf course and its safe operation; ability to establish and maintain effective working
relationships with associates, course guests, and the general public; skill in the operation of golf course maintenance
equipment.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school and some general maintenance
experience.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of a valid State of Florida driver’s license.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Must be able to lift, carry and push articles weighing up to 75 lbs. Must be able to wear safety glasses, goggles, respirator,
safety belt, safety shoes/boots, hearing protectors, welder's helmet, faceshield, safety harness, safety vest, and gloves.
Exposure to extreme temperatures, animals/insects, electrical hazards, heights, noise, vibration, dust, vapors, fumes, mist,
smoke, toxic metals, and moving mechanical parts.




RECREATION SERVICES/63-11, 63-12
10/10/98
                                                                                                City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                   Job Description

                                                  GREENSKEEPER
                                                       B13

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs responsible semiskilled work in the maintenance of municipal golf courses; does related work as required.
Work is performed under regular supervision.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Works as a member of a crew engaged in the maintenance, repair, and improvement of a golf course;
Participates in the propagation, planting, and transplanting of appropriate trees, shrubs, and flowers for the
development and maintenance of the golf courses;
Maintains greens, tees, fairways and golf course facilities;
Mows, waters, weeds, aerates and fertilizes greens, tees, and fairways on the golf courses;
Seeds and sods turf areas;
Performs preventive maintenance and general repair of golf course equipment;
Maintains and repairs irrigation systems, tools, structures, machinery and equipment;
Operates mowers, tractors, front-end loaders, trenchers, and similar equipment in the performance of maintenance
tasks.

RELATED TASKS:

Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

General knowledge of the methods, materials, and practices used in golf course maintenance; general knowledge of
the equipment used to maintain a golf course and its safe operation; ability to establish and maintain effective working
relationships with associates, course guests, and the general public; skill in the operation of golf course maintenance
equipment.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school and some general
maintenance experience.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of a valid State of Florida driver’s license.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Must be able to lift, carry and push articles weighing up to 75 lbs. Must be able to wear safety glasses, goggles,
respirator, safety belt, safety shoes/boots, hearing protectors, welder's helmet, faceshield, safety harness, safety
vest, and gloves. Exposure to extreme temperatures, animals/insects, electrical hazards, heights, noise, vibration,
dust, vapors, fumes, mist, smoke, toxic metals, and moving mechanical parts.




RECREATION SERVICES/63-11, 63-12
10/10/98
                                                                                                        City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                           Job Description
                                               GREENSKEEPER/OPERATOR
                                                        B16

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs intermediate semiskilled and responsible skilled work in the regular operation of turf equipment in the maintenance
of municipal golf courses; does related work as required. Work is performed under regular supervision.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Operates turf mowing equipment and tractors in the maintenance of the municipal golf course;
Works as a member of a crew engaged in the maintenance, repair and improvement of a golf course;
Participates in the propagation, planting, and transplanting of appropriate trees, shrubs, and flowers for the development and
maintenance of the golf courses;
Maintains greens, tees, fairways, and golf course facilities;
Mows, waters, weeds, aerates, and fertilizes greens, tees, and fairways on the golf courses;
Seeds and sods turf areas;
Maintains and repairs irrigation systems, tools, structures, machinery, and equipment;
Operates mowers, tractors, front-end loaders, trenchers, and similar equipment in the performance of maintenance tasks.

RELATED TASKS:

Services and makes minor repairs to equipment;
Performs construction, maintenance and repair duties when not operating equipment;
Performs preventive maintenance and general repair of golf course equipment; Sharpens and adjusts golf course mowing
equipment;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

General knowledge of the principles of operating and servicing construction equipment; general knowledge of the methods,
materials, and practices used in golf course maintenance; general knowledge of the equipment used to maintain a golf
course and its safe operation; general knowledge of the occupational hazards involved and the necessary safety precautions
applicable to the operation to which assigned; mechanical aptitude; ability to make minor repairs; ability to establish and
maintain effective working relationships with associates, course guests, and the general public; skill in the operation of golf
course maintenance equipment.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school and some general maintenance
experience.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of a valid State of Florida driver’s license. May require restricted Florida Pesticide Applicator License.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Must be able to lift, carry and push articles weighing up to 50 lbs. Must be able to wear safety glasses, goggles, respirator,
safety belt, safety shoes/boots, hearing protectors, welder's helmet, faceshield, safety harness, safety vest, and gloves.
Exposure to extreme temperatures, animals/insects, electrical hazards, heights, noise, vibration, dust, vapors, fumes, mist,
smoke, toxic metals, and moving mechanical parts.


RECREATION SERVICES/63-12
10/10/98
                                                                                               City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                  Job Description

                                 GROUNDS MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR I
                                               N23

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs intermediate skilled work supervising and participating in the maintenance and repair of City Utility Services
Department grounds and related facilities; does related work as required. Work is performed under regular
supervision. Limited supervision is exercised over a small crew of unskilled and semiskilled workers.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Oversees landscape maintenance contractors, container waste contractors, schedules work projects and orders
assigns staff and equipment;
Installs and repairs irrigation systems, including sprinkler heads, pipelines and control systems
Inspects maintenance, repair and installation sites and gives technical advice and assistance to personnel;
participates in work of crew;
Receives requests for emergency and unscheduled work and coordinates completion of task;
Operates and directs the use of available equipment, materials, and personnel to obtain maximum effectiveness and
economy;
Operates backhoe, trencher, and other heavy equipment;
Operates large and small turf equipment.

RELATED TASKS:

Writes and performs employee evaluations
Mows grass; paints structures; cutes trees and grass around lift stations; maintains building and grounds;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

General knowledge of the methods and practices of and the equipment and tools used in the repair and/or
maintenance of landscape and related facilities; thorough knowledge of turf conditions related to irrigation and water
requirements; thorough knowledge of the operation of large and small turf equipment; thorough knowledge of the
occupational hazards and safety precautions of the work and related equipment operation; skill in the use of the
equipment and tools of the trade; ability to prepare detailed reports; ability to supervise the work of semiskilled or
unskilled workers; ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with associates.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school and considerable experience
in landscape maintenance work.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of a valid State of Florida Class "E" driver's license. Possession of Florida State Pesticide Applicator
License. Position may require other special licenses or certificates.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Must be able to lift, carry and push articles weighing up to 50 lbs. Must be able to wear hard hat/helmet, safety
glasses, goggles, respirator, safety belt, safety shoes/boots, hearing protectors, welder's helmet, faceshield, safety
harness, safety vest, and gloves. Exposure to extreme temperatures, animals/insects, electrical hazards, confined
spaces, heights, noise, vibration, dust, vapors, fumes, mist, smoke, toxic metals, poisons, irritants, and moving
mechanical parts.


UTILITY SERVICES/42-11
11/26/01
                                                                                                     City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                        Job Description
                                                  GROUNDSKEEPER
                                                      UB13

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs intermediate semiskilled work in the installation, repair, maintenance and care of parks, grounds and related
structures and equipment; does related work as required. Work is performed under regular supervision.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Repairs and maintains park areas and buildings;
Collects trash and garbage and disposes of same;
Operates trucks, small power equipment and machinery in grounds preparation and maintenance work;
Performs minor building, custodial, repair, and maintenance work;
Trims hedges, prunes trees, plants, and flowers;
Mows grass in parks, cuts weeds, edges;
Performs plant maintenance and care tasks;
Lays sod, applies grass seed, fertilizer, insecticides, pesticides, and herbicides;
Rakes leaves and spreads mulch; waters plants;
Repairs grills, tables, and benches; replaces light bulbs;

RELATED TASKS:

Marks off athletic fields and courts to prescribed standards; prepares fields and courts for play;
Helps repair pipes; fixes sprinkler heads; assists with some irrigation repairs;
Washes and cleans tools and equipment;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

General knowledge of the tools, materials, and equipment used in general maintenance work; general knowledge of
the materials, equipment, tools, and techniques of the standard building trades; general knowledge of safety
precautions applicable to the duties of the class; ability to understand and follow oral and written directions; ability to
use common hand tools; ability to operate simple machinery; ability to perform manual labor for extended periods.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of a valid State of Florida Class "E" driver's license. Occasionally required to wear facial protection gear
in the application of chemicals. Position may require possession of a Florida Restricted Use Pesticide license.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Must be able to lift, carry and push articles weighing up to 50 lbs. Must be able to wear hard hat/helmet, safety
glasses, goggles, respirator, safety belt, safety shoes/boots, hearing protectors, welder's helmet, face shield, safety
harness, safety vest, and gloves. Exposure to extreme temperatures, animals/insects, electrical hazards, confined
spaces, heights, noise, vibration, dust, vapors, fumes, mist, smoke, toxic metals, poisons, irritants, and moving
mechanical parts.

RECREATION SERVICES/UTILITY SERVICES/DEVELOPMENT SERVICES

8/11/99
                                                                                                       City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                          Job Description
                                                     GROUNDSKEEPER
                                                          B13

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs intermediate semiskilled work in the installation, repair, maintenance and care of parks, grounds and related
structures and equipment; does related work as required. Work is performed under regular supervision.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Repairs and maintains park areas and buildings;
Collects trash and garbage and disposes of same;
Operates trucks, small power equipment and machinery in grounds preparation and maintenance work;
Performs minor building, custodial, repair, and maintenance work;
Trims hedges, prunes trees, plants, and flowers;
Mows grass in parks, cuts weeds, edges;
Performs plant maintenance and care tasks;
Lays sod, applies grass seed, fertilizer, insecticides, pesticides, and herbicides;
Rakes leaves and spreads mulch; waters plants;
Repairs grills, tables, and benches; replaces light bulbs;

RELATED TASKS:

Marks off athletic fields and courts to prescribed standards; prepares fields and courts for play;
Helps repair pipes; fixes sprinkler heads; assists with some irrigation repairs;
Washes and cleans tools and equipment;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

General knowledge of the tools, materials, and equipment used in general maintenance work; general knowledge of the
materials, equipment, tools, and techniques of the standard building trades; general knowledge of safety precautions
applicable to the duties of the class; ability to understand and follow oral and written directions; ability to use common hand
tools; ability to operate simple machinery; ability to perform manual labor for extended periods.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of a valid State of Florida Class "E" driver's license. Occasionally required to wear facial protection gear in the
application of chemicals. Position may require possession of a Florida Restricted Use Pesticide license.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Must be able to lift, carry and push articles weighing up to 50 lbs. Must be able to wear hard hat/helmet, safety glasses,
goggles, respirator, safety belt, safety shoes/boots, hearing protectors, welder's helmet, face shield, safety harness, safety
vest, and gloves. Exposure to extreme temperatures, animals/insects, electrical hazards, confined spaces, heights, noise,
vibration, dust, vapors, fumes, mist, smoke, toxic metals, poisons, irritants, and moving mechanical parts.

RECREATION SERVICES/61-35, 62-21, 62-23, 62-31, 64-11, 64-12, 64-13, 64-17
UTILITY SERVICES/42-11
DEVELOPMENT SERVICES/15-64
8/11/99
                                                                                                                 City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                                        Job Description


                                                     GUEST SERVICES ASSOCIATE
                                                               U05

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs responsible clerical and customer service work undertaking a variety of tasks in a municipal office; does related work as
required. Work is performed under regular supervision.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

Provides quality customer service;
Relays accurate information to the public;
Acts as receptionist, answers telephone inquiries about routine procedures and policies, relays and dispatches messages as required;
Operates standard office machines, word processing, and data entry equipment;
Sells beach, boat, and dog park permits;
Reserves pavilions;
Completes class registrations;
Maintains files;
Maintains customer records;
Completes box office ticket sales transactions;
Assist with all front-of-house theatre operations including ushering, ticket-taking, and overseeing will call;
Collects fees and maintains cash drawer;
Promotes classes, events, and theatre performances;

RELATED TASKS:

Prepares and checks forms, records, and applications for accuracy, completeness and conformity with established procedures;
Type’s letters, invoices, reports and other material from rough drafts or verbal instructions;
Creates flyers, signs, and other promotional materials;
Completes research projects as needed;
Assists with special events;
Assists with room set-ups and breakdowns;
Performs related tasks as required;

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

Knowledge of standard office practices, procedures, equipment, and clerical techniques; general knowledge of computer software,
business English, spelling, and arithmetic; ability to make arithmetical calculations and file alphabetically; ability to establish and
maintain effective working relationships with associates and the general public; ability to understand and follow oral and written
instructions.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school. Customer service experience; Experience
with cash handling and Microsoft applications.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of a valid State of Florida driver’s license.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Must be able to lift and carry articles weighing up to 25 lbs., and push articles weighing up to 100 lbs. Exposure to extreme
temperatures, insects, noise, dust, heights, dark and confined spaces; ability to stand and walk for up to six hours at a time.


RECREATION SERVICES
11/22/02
1/09
                                                                                                       City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                          Job Description

                                               GUEST SERVICES SPECIALIST
                                                         U13

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs intermediate paraprofessional clerical work and assists with the daily operations of the community center and box
office; provides customer service in a municipal office setting. Work is performed under general supervision.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

Completes lead work in box office and at front desk;
Provides exceptional customer service;
Provides research and analysis of various programs;
Implements customer service training programs;
Resolves customer issues;
Processes customer refunds and cancellations;
Handles token machine cash outs and money collection;
Relays accurate information to the public;
Acts as a receptionist, answers telephone inquiries;
Operates standard office equipment;
Provides tours to new staff and to the public;
Provides back-up for ride operators;
Creates spreadsheets to track attendance figures;
Completes daily deposits;
Maintains and updates customer records.


RELATED TASKS:

Prepares and checks forms, records, and applications for accuracy, completeness, and conformity to established standards;
Creates flyers, signs, posters, and other promotional materials as needed;
Assists with special events;
Assists with room set-ups and breakdowns;
Performs related tasks as related.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

Knowledge of standard office practices, procedures, equipment, and clerical techniques; intermediate knowledge of
computer software including Microsoft Office programs, business English, spelling and arithmetic; ability to make arithmetical
calculations and file alphabetically; ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with associates and the
general public; ability to understand and follow oral and written instructions; ability to operate basic video and audio
equipment; ability to learn new computer programs,.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school; Experience with Microsoft
applications. Experience with cash handling; Customer service and office work experience.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS

Possession of a valid State of Florida driver’s license.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Must be able to lift, carry and push articles weighing up to 25 lbs., and push articles weighing up to 100 lbs. Exposure to
extreme temperatures, insects, noise, heights, dark and confined spaces; ability to stand and walk for up to six hours at a
time.



RECREATION SERVICES/64-13
02/09
                                                                                                       City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                          Job Description
                                              HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATOR
                                                         B22


GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs difficult semi-skilled and intermediate skilled work in the regular operation of heavy and complex automotive and
construction equipment; does related work as required. Work is performed under regular supervision. Supervision may be
exercised over subordinate operators and maintenance workers.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Operates hydraulic crane, dragline, back-hoe, forklift, and ditch witch;
Operates grader, dozer, and front-end loader;
Operates scraper and tractor trailer;
Loads and unloads heavy equipment;
When not operating heavy equipment, operates lighter equipment or trains other operators;
Supervises subordinate workers and operators assisting in the work.

RELATED TASKS:

Fabricates and welds new equipment parts and repairs existing parts;
Locates and orders repair parts;
Performs construction, maintenance, and repair duties when not operating equipment;
Services and makes repairs and adjustments on equipment;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

Thorough knowledge of the principles and practices of operating and servicing heavy construction equipment; thorough
knowledge of the traffic laws and regulations governing equipment operation; thorough knowledge of the occupational
hazards involved and the safety precautions necessary to the proper operation of varied construction and maintenance
equipment; skill in the use of equipment to which assigned; ability to understand and follow oral and written directions;
mechanical aptitude; ability to make minor repairs and adjustments to equipment; ability to lift articles weighing 50 pounds;
ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with associates; must be able to climb ladders and scaffolds,
and be able to pull and operate a fire hose; ability to use a shovel, sledgehammer, and air hammer.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school and extensive experience in
operation and maintenance of heavy motorized equipment.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of a valid State of Florida Class "A" driver's license, as required.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Must be able to lift, carry and push articles weighing up to 50 lbs. Must be able to wear hard hat/helmet, safety glasses,
goggles, respirator, safety belt, safety shoes/boots, hearing protectors, welder's helmet, face shield, safety harness, safety
vest, and gloves. Exposure to extreme temperatures, animals/insects, electrical hazards, confined spaces, heights, noise,
vibration, dust, vapors, fumes, mist, smoke, toxic metals, poisons, irritants, and moving mechanical parts.




UTILITY SERVICES/42-25
MUNICIPAL SERVICES/44-11, 44-12
10/10/98
                                                                                                City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                   Job Description

                                         HORTICULTURIST/ARBORIST
                                                   N31

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs intermediate professional work overseeing the care and improvement of public grounds and beautification
program medians, shrubs, trees and plants; does related work as required. Work is performed under general
supervision. Supervision is exercised over subordinate technical skilled and semiskilled personnel.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Supervises the planting, transplanting, fertilizing, trimming, spraying and general care of plants and trees in roadway
medians and parks and on City owned and maintained properties;
Oversees the propagation of plants by cuttings, seeding and grafting; supervises the planting of flowers and
shrubbery beds in roadway medians and assists in other City owned properties;
Oversees monitoring of maintenance contracts on City roadway medians and irrigation systems;
Inspects all supplies delivered to ensure proper quality and condition;
Supervises the work of assigned crew and trains new employees in planting, spraying, pruning and propagation of
plants; supervises maintenance contractor inspections;
Makes tours to inspect and determine the condition of roadway medians and other areas of City park use to
determine their need for horticulture maintenance;
Prepares beautification program maintenance budget forecast; budgets and monitors same.

RELATED TASKS:

Inspects major irrigation systems breaks and coordinates repairs in roadway medians;
Maintains records and prepares reports; estimates time requirements for projects; prepares requisitions for materials
and supplies;
Responds to calls from citizens regarding private irrigation system breaks; Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

General knowledge of forestry, landscaping, and horticulture as applied to medians, parks and grounds; general
knowledge of the principles, practices and methods of landscaping, turf grass maintenance and tree pruning; general
knowledge of seeds, fertilizers, pesticides, mulches, trees, shrubs and other materials used in landscape work;
thorough knowledge of the species of grass, flowers, shrubs and trees grown in the area, their planting time and their
environmental requirements; ability to plan and supervise the work of subordinates; ability to prepare reports and
maintain records.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from an accredited college or university with
major course work in horticulture, forestry or related field and considerable experience in land management work.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of a valid State of Florida driver’s license. Possession of Florida Pesticide Applicator License. Ability to
obtain certification from the International Society of Arboriculture; Landscape Inspectors Associations of Florida Inc.,
and become a Florida Certified Nursery Professional within one year of employment.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Must be able to lift, carry and push articles weighing up to 50 lbs. Must be able to wear hard hat/helmet, safety
glasses, goggles, respirator, safety belt, safety shoes/boots, hearing protectors, welder's helmet, faceshield, safety
harness, safety vest, and gloves. Exposure to extreme temperatures, animals/insects, electrical hazards, confined
spaces, heights, noise, vibration, dust, vapors, fumes, mist, smoke, toxic metals, poisons, irritants, and moving
mechanical parts.


RECREATION SERVICES/62-31
11/26/01
                                                                                                          City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                             Job Description
                                       HOUSING CODE COMPLIANCE OFFICER
                                                     N30


GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs intermediate technical work inspecting existing housing for compliance with the City’s minimum housing code; does
related work as required. Work is performed under regular supervision.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Conducts systematic and comprehensive inspection of existing housing for compliance with minimum housing codes;
Inspects and evaluates condition of structures in need of rehabilitation;
Coordinates with contractor and property owners to explain work to be accomplished and alert contractors of any potential
problem areas.
Provides technical assistance to property owners on the different phases of construction;
Maintains records of inspection activity in relation to projects; compiles data and prepares progress reports.
Conducts re-inspections to ascertain compliance with notice of violation and reports findings.
Responds to all complaints of sub-standard housing construction;
Investigates and resolves complaints regarding violations of City, County, or State Codes;
Advises violators of administrative remedies concerning violations.
Issues notices of violation to property owners, filed notices of violation and citations where appropriate;
Advises property owners of rights and responsibilities relative to hearing;
Provides testimony and presents all evidence pertinent to case before Code Enforcement Board, Special master and in
County Court.
Completes reports of complaints and issues Notice of Violation as appropriate.

RELATED TASKS:

Researches property records to determine ownership, legal description and property tax identification;
Collects evidence consisting of photographs, reports, permits, site-plans, and all applicable codes;
Seeks information on all housing subsidy program and their application to property owners;
Coordinates activities with Development Services for application of available Federal Housing subsidies;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

General knowledge of building construction materials, methods, and practices; thorough knowledge of the City’s Minimum
Housing Code and related Federal, State, and County regulations; ability to inspect structures in a thorough and efficient
manner; ability to interpret plans, sketches and locate exits, windows, sanitary facilities, etc.; ability to prepare accurate and
informative reports containing findings, conclusions, and recommendations; ability to establish and maintain effective
working relationships with property owners, associates and the general public; ability to estimate repair and construction
costs.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school and considerable experience in
home construction maintenance and/or repair.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of a valid State of Florida driver’s license, before date of hire, with no more than 6 points within a 3 year period.
Possession of Florida certification as a residential housing rehabilitation inspector, builder, or contractor Certification in Code
Enforcement Level I and Level II preferred

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Must be able to wear hard hat/helmet and safety shoes/boots. Exposure to extreme temperatures and animals/insects.


DEVELOPMENT SERVICES/15-11
                                                                                                          City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                             Job Description
                                              HUMAN RESOURCES ANALYST
                                                        X31

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs difficult professional work interpreting and implementing the City’s personnel ordinances and regulations,
processing personnel transactions and performing a variety of other assignments; does related work as required. Work is
performed under regular supervision. Supervision is exercised over clerical assistants.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Interprets City rules and regulations, policies and procedures, and bargaining agreements;
Administers pay and compensation plan by analyzing, creating and/or updating job descriptions;
Assists in conducting City wide training programs;
Researches and prepares recommendations for position reclassifications;
Oversees position control;
Manages recruitment process for City;
Assists with the hiring process relating to the proper procedures to follow;
Prepares ads and decides where and when to advertise open positions;
Assigns work and supervises HR Assistants and spot checks for accuracy;
Supervises temporary secretaries, volunteers, and community service workers;
Reviews and signs-off on all employee performance evaluations;
Responsible for FMLA (Family Medical Leave Act) administration;
Conducts surveys and responds to survey requests;
Compiles monthly and annual statistical reports and other reports;
Administers and coordinates the maintenance of the personnel data base;
Reviews personnel status forms for completeness and accuracy;
Conducts exit interviews;
Responds to unemployment claims including attendance at hearings representing City at appeals hearings;
Participates in the preparation of division budget;
Assists with negotiations, with regard to research, and statistical information;
Prepares annual EEO report;
Responds to inquiries from the public and employees;

RELATED TASKS:

Acts as liaison between other department administrative staffs and the Human Resource Division;
Counsels employees with regards to any problems they may have, including career and educational goals;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

Thorough knowledge of the City's personnel rules, regulations and ordinances; general knowledge of the basic methods,
practices and objectives of public personnel administration; general knowledge of federal and state employment law;
knowledge and skill in the use of computer applications software including word processing, spreadsheets, desktop
publishing, and electronic data processing; ability to compile and report technical and statistical data; ability to establish and
maintain accurate records; ability to present ideas effectively orally and in written form; ability to establish and maintain
effective working relationships with associates, job applicants, and the general public.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with a major in Business Administration, Public Administration,
Psychology, Human Resources, or related field is required. Two (2) years related Human Resources experience, or
equivalent combination of educational achievement and experience. Experience with software applications including Excel,
desktop publishing, data entry, and Microsoft Office required. Knowledge of current Human Resources “Best Practices”
preferred.

City Manager/04-11
10/01/05
                                                                                                 City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                    Job Description
                                          HUMAN RESOURCES DIRECTOR
                                                     D4

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Under supervision of the Assistant City Manager, performs difficult professional and administrative work managing
the city's overall human resources program.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Oversees all aspects of the hiring process, e.g. advertising, recruiting, interviewing, selection and orientation;
Maintains and administers the classification plan of the City;
Investigates and adopts a compensation system that rewards objectively verifiable contributions to increased
productivity;
Monitors the City's performance evaluation system for effectiveness and makes recommendations for improvement;
Develops and implements a training program for Human Resources division liaisons with emphasis on City policies
and procedures, and personnel rules and regulations and organizational culture;
Establishes and administers programs that enhance employee satisfaction and motivation;
Administers Federal programs related to personnel functions; e.g. FMLA, ADA, etc.

RELATED FUNCTIONS:

Supervises the Human Resources staff in all aspects of Human Resources services;
Reviews and updates the Human Resources policies and procedures and rules and regulations as needed;
Oversees the administration of employee benefits programs, excluding those related to Risk Management;
Supervises the City's volunteer program and employee newsletter;
Develops and administers the human resources budget.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

Thorough knowledge of the philosophies, principles and practices of public human resources management; thorough
knowledge of current Federal and State laws and regulations applicable to public employment; ability to establish and
maintain effective relationships with City officials, employees and the general public; ability to plan, supervise and
review the work of technical and clerical subordinates; ability to communicate effectively in both oral and written form;
and ability to establish, implement and monitor programs and procedures relevant to the human resources function.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Bachelor's degree in human resources, public administration or related field and five years related and supervisory
experience. Master's degree desired.


City Manager/04-11
5/22/98
                                                                                                                City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                                Job Description

                                            HUMAN RESOURCES GENERALIST
                                                       X25


GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs professional work administering and coordinating the employment and promotional testing programs for the City;
provides assistance and support to the Departments in the City in their recruitment efforts; designs interview questions and
sits on interview teams; oversees the citywide intern program; coordinates employee motivational activities; Human
Resources contact for employee training and development. Prepares and administers annual employee training and policy
updates. Reviews, maintains and updates City policies and procedures as directed. Assists with Infinium system and
serves as backup to other HR staff; Qualifies applicants in the ELABOR system; performs other Human Resources functions
as assigned; performs related work as required. Work is performed under general supervision.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Plans, organizes and administers pre-employment and promotional examinations; grades exams and maintains records.
Designs and presents employee training and annual policy training updates. Coordinates the employee leave process for the
City; oversees FMLA and other leave requests.
Reviews and qualifies applicants. Establishes, develops, implements, and administers Intern programs, including the
recruitment and screening of interns, and acts as a liaison between the colleges and City departments to ensure interns’ and
City’s needs are being met.
Oversees administration and tracking of City policy manuals.
Drafts new policies and revisions and distributes revisions, and insures accuracy of policy manuals Citywide.
Conducts orientation of new employees and supervises the completion of all Federal, State and City mandated forms, i.e.
I9’s etc; administers, supervises, and maintains records for the court appointed Community Service Program;
coordinates existing and initiates new employee annual events and other departmental incentive and motivational activates.
Administers the tuition reimbursement program.
Conducts monthly Driver’s license check by contacting Department of Motor Vehicles and checking employee-driving
records.
Coordinates annual safety shoe and sunglass payments; responds to verbal and written requests for employment
verifications and inquiries from the public and other employees.

RELATED TASKS:

Coordinates and administers support programs; such as food drives and blood drives
Assists HR analytical, technical, clerical and professional staff as needed and assigned;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

Considerable knowledge of administering, scheduling, implementing and maintaining records of programs and testing;
general knowledge of the basic methods, practices and objectives of public personnel administration; general knowledge of
federal and State employment law; knowledge and skill in the use of computer applications software including word
processing and spreadsheets; ability to establish and maintain accurate records; ability to compile, analyze and report
technical and statistical data; ability to present ideas effectively orally and in written form; ability to act as a liaison; ability to
establish and maintain effective working relationships; ability to coordinate City-wide review of policy manuals and
distribution current policies. Experience with software applications including Excel, desktop publishing, data entry, and
Microsoft Office required. Must type 35 wpm, and take typing test and computer software tests in Word and Excel before
submission of application. Knowledge of current Human Resources “Best Practices” preferred.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE

Any combination of education and/or experience that provides the equivalence of graduation from an accredited College or
University in public administration, human resources or related field. Three (3) years of Human Resources Generalist
experience required.

Possession of a valid State of Florida driver’s license with no more than five (6) points within a three (3) year period.


City Manager – 04/11
10/11/05
                                                                                                       City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                          Job Description

                            HUMAN RESOURCES SYSTEM INFORMATION ANALYST
                                               X35


GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Responsible for the implementation, maintenance and periodic updates of the Human Resources Information System
Infinium. Responsible with coordinating with IT and OMB the technical aspects of the HRIS system and the position control
function. Under general supervision, the incumbent must exercise strategic planning and judgment in addressing the various
HR functions of the City. Performs additional duties, as assigned.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Administers the HRIS function for the City
Administers the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) program for the City
Assists with administration of pay and compensation plan by analyzing, creating and/or updating job descriptions.
Oversees position control.
Recommend various HR actions such as design of policies and procedures.
Interprets City rules and regulations, policies and procedures, and bargaining agreements.
Implement and train individuals on all employment laws;
Represent HR division on various task forces.
Assists with city wide training programs.
Researches and prepares recommendations for position reclassifications.
Assists with the hiring process relating to the proper, technical procedures to follow;
Conducts surveys and responds to survey requests.
Compiles monthly and annual statistical reports and other reports.
Oversees the administration of the personnel database.
Reviews personnel status forms for completeness and accuracy;
Conducts exit interviews.
Responds to unemployment claims including attendance at appeal hearings representing City at appeals hearings.
Participates in the preparation of division budget.
Assists with negotiations, with regard to research, and statistical information.
Prepares annual EEO report.
Responds to inquiries from the public and employees.

RELATED TASKS:

Works with the various departments in assisting them with statistical reports and other HRIS functions. Assists IT and OMB
in the regular reporting of statistical data. Responds to employees with regards to any problems they may have, including
career and educational goals.
Performs related tasks as required. Supervises subordinate professional and support staff

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

Thorough knowledge of the City's personnel rules, regulations and ordinances; general knowledge of the basic methods,
practices and objectives of public personnel administration; general knowledge of federal and state employment law;
knowledge and skill in the use of HRIS functions and various computer applications and recruitment and hiring software.
Also must be proficient with word processing, spreadsheets, desktop publishing, and electronic data processing; ability to
compile and report technical and statistical data; ability to establish and maintain accurate records; ability to present ideas
effectively orally and in written form; ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with associates, job
applicants, and the general public.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with a major in Business Administration, Public Administration,
Psychology, Human Resources, or related field is required. One to three (3) years’ related Human Resources experience
required. Professional Human Resource certification preferred. Knowledge of current Human Resources “Best Practices”.

City Manager/04-11
05/2007
                                                                                                         City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                            Job Description


                                 HUMAN RESOURCES TECHNICIAN SUPERVISOR
                                                 N25

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs supervisory and difficult skilled clerical and technical work in the City’s Human Resources Division; Supervises,
trains and conducts performance appraisal for two (2) subordinate Human Resources Assistants. Acts as the HR liaison to
the payroll department. Performs related tasks as assigned under regular supervision.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Enters all personnel actions and updates the Human Resource Information System;
Performs mass updates as scheduled;
Assists Human Resource Analyst with position control and updates as necessary;
Trains Plans, organizes, and directs daily work of the HR Assistants.
Answers telephone and responds to requests for information from employees and applicants;
Assists walk-in applicants in completing online applications and requests for information; administers preemployment tests;
Creates, maintains, and audits records, logs, and payroll reports;
Calculates scores and processes all employee evaluation forms, verifies accuracy and completeness;
Performs background checks on worker's compensation, driver's license, criminal background, and educational background
for new employees; sets up physical and psychological appointments, as needed, and establishes start date;
Creates flyers, posters, reports, etc. using desktop publishing;
Maintains and files all paperwork in the employee human resource files.
Types reports and statements.

RELATED TASKS:

Verifies employment information from various external sources including salary and job history;
Contacts applicants to extend employment offers
Assists with special events and other projects;
Collects money for special events i.e Dress down day;
Distributes printed personnel information to departments; ;
Performs EEO research as needed;
Provides information to the public or directs requests to appropriate staff member;

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

General knowledge of standard office practices and procedures; ability to plan, organize, and conduct clerical operations
involving personnel transactions; Must be accurate with data input, accountable for transactions and able to maintain control
of workflow. Ability to present ideas clearly and effectively both orally and written; thorough knowledge of business english
and spelling; ability to use business math and to make basic arithmetic calculations; ability to file accurately; ability to type
accurately at a rate of 50 WPM; Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Word, Pagemaker, and AS400; Experience in Excel and
Access; ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with City officials, supervisors, associates,
applicants, and the general public.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school and 3 years experience in clerical
and/or work in human resources.. Strong experience in processing HR actions, HR reporting, word processing and desktop
publishing.


City Manager/04-11
04/07
                                                                                                           City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                              Job Description
                                           HUMAN RESOURCES TECHNICIAN
                                                      N19

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs difficult skilled clerical and technical work in the City’s overall personnel program; does related work as required.
Work is performed under regular supervision.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Answers telephones and responds to requests for information;
Assists walk-in applicants in completing applications and requests for information; administers typing test;
Enters all personnel actions and updates computer system; performs mass updates; updates position control;
Qualifies applications; lists and sends to requisitioning department;
Acts as liaison to respective departments during hiring process;
Creates, maintains, and audits records, logs, and reports;
Prepares ads for and types and distributes Job Opportunity Announcements, and TDD.
Calculates math and processes all employee evaluation forms, verifying accuracy and completeness;
Performs checks on Worker's Compensation, driver's license and criminal background for new employees; sets up physical
and psychological appointments and establishes start date;
Assists community service patrons and assigns work;
Files all paperwork and maintains personnel files; Proofreads.
Calls or E-Mails, (through the Internet) newspapers and/or related publications regarding advertising.

RELATED TASKS:

Verifies employment information for various inquiries including credit and job history;
Assists with special events and other projects;
Calls newspapers and/or related publications regarding advertising; Collects money for special events;
Distributes printed personnel information to departments; prints mailing labels and stuffs envelopes;
Performs EEO research as needed;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

General knowledge of standard office practices and procedures; ability to plan, lay out, and conduct clerical operations
involving transactions requiring effective accountability and accurate control; ability to present ideas clearly and effectively
both orally and in written form; thorough knowledge of business English usage and spelling;
ability to use business math and to make basic arithmetical calculations; ability to file accurately; ability to typeaccurately at a
rate of 45 WPM; skill in the operation of word processing (Microsoft Word), spreadsheets (Microsoft Excel), and desktop
publishing programs; ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with City officials, supervisors,
associates, applicants, and the general public.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school; and some experience in clerical
and/or personnel work. Experience in desktop publishing preferred.


City Manager – 04/11
02/07
                                                                                                City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                   Job Description

                                       INSTRUMENTATION SUPERVISOR
                                                  X34


GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs difficult technical and responsible administrative work in the installation, maintenance, and repair of process
measurement and control systems in water and wastewater treatment facilities; does related work as required.

Work is performed under general supervision. Supervision is exercised over subordinate technical personnel.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Supervises the instrumentation and telemetry, throughout the utility complex and installations throughout the City;
Assigns work and supervises the activities of the staff in carrying out assignments properly; checks productivity;
Oversees installation and maintenance; assists in troubleshooting of all instrumentation equipment;
Consults with equipment manufacturers and engineers for design of new projects to utilities complex.

RELATED TASKS:

Attends maintenance meetings and develops priorities and work schedule;
Oversees record keeping; uses computerized work order system; documents all activities; keeps and organizes
Division's filing system;
Determines instrument needs; maintains spare parts inventory;
Contacts vendors and purchases materials;
Sets up test and calibration stations and establishes performance parameters; sets up instrumentation workshops;
Monitors and implements preventive maintenance program for all existing instrumentation equipment;
Develops and reviews bid specifications for all equipment purchases;
Conducts employee performance evaluations; resolves personnel problems within Division;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

Thorough knowledge of the design, installation, repairs and maintenance of instrumentation systems; thorough
knowledge in the use of programmable logic controllers and various software programs, such as RSLogix, RSLinx ,
Telepace, radio communication software and AB Drive Explorer; thorough knowledge in the design and
troubleshooting of PID loops; thorough knowledge of the occupational hazards and necessary safety precautions of
the work; knowledge of RTU’s and SCADA equipment; skill in the use and care of tools of the trade; ability to
diagnose and repair equipment malfunctions; ability to plan, assign, supervise and instruct skilled, employees; ability
to prepare detailed reports and submit recommendations for improved operations.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from an accredited community college with
major course work in electronics or related field and extensive experience in control system installation, repair,
troubleshooting, and maintenance.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of a valid State of Florida Class “E” driver’s license.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Must be able to lift, carry and push articles weighing up to 50 lbs. Must be able to wear hard hat/helmet, safety
glasses, goggles, safety belt, safety shoes/boots, hearing protectors, face shield, safety vest, gloves, safety harness
and enclosure. Exposure to extreme temperatures, animals/insects, electrical hazards, confined spaces, heights,
noise, vibration, dust, vapors, fumes, mist, smoke, toxic metals, sensitizers, poisons, irritants, moving mechanical
parts, asphyxiates and blood borne pathogens.


UTILITY SERVICES – 42/12
1/08
                                                                                                   City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                      Job Description
                                   INSTRUMENTATION/COMPUTER TECHNICIAN
                                                   N31

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs difficult technical work in the maintenance, repair and installation of process measurement and control
instrumentation and data distribution systems; does related work as required. Work is performed under regular
supervision.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Installs, tests, calibrates, repairs, and maintains instrument control and electronic equipment;
Maintains all telemetry radio systems;
Performs general preventive maintenance on electronic equipment;
Performs diagnostic calculations and tests on electronic instrumentation.

RELATED TASKS:

Analyzes problems and takes appropriate action to resolve;
Performs programming, file maintenance and general computer operations relating to process control;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

Thorough knowledge of the installation and maintenance of electronic and pneumatic components of instrumentation;
thorough knowledge of electronic circuitry; thorough knowledge of computers and programmable controllers;
thorough knowledge of the occupational hazards and necessary safety precautions; of the work; skill in the use and
care of tools of the trade; ability to determine improper operation of equipment and to take proper remedial action;
ability to follow oral and written directions; ability to read and understand blueprints, schematics, computer listings
and diagrams; ability to work under adverse weather conditions; ability to establish and maintain effective working
relationships with associates; ability to troubleshoot equipment while energized.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school supported by technical
training in instrumentation, electrical or electronics and extensive experience in installation, repair, troubleshooting
and maintenance of instrumentation and/or electrical equipment.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of a valid State of Florida driver’s license.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Must be able to lift, carry and push articles weighing up to 50 lbs. Must be able to wear safety glasses. Exposure to
extreme temperatures, electrical hazards, confined spaces, noise, vibration, dust, vapors, fumes, mist, smoke, and
moving mechanical parts.


UTILITY SERVICES/42-12
10/10/98
                                                                                                   City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                      Job Description
                                              IRRIGATION ELECTRICIAN
                                                        B30

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs skilled electrical work in the maintenance, repair and modification of City median irrigation systems and
related equipment; does related work as required. Work is performed under regular supervision.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Installs and maintains irrigation electrical systems and services;
Troubleshoots single and three phase systems.

RELATED TASKS:

Provides material lists for projects;
Maintains records and processes work orders;
Orders parts and equipment;
Responds to call backs;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

Thorough knowledge of common hand tools used in irrigation system maintenance work, general knowledge of the
electrical trade; skill in the use of tools; ability to work from sketches, drawings, blueprints, and schematics; ability to
maintain records logs, and reports; ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with associates.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school; certificate of completion of
Electrical Trade School or completion of a recognized apprenticeship; three years experience at journeyman level.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of a valid State of Florida Class “E” driver’s license.
Possession of a Palm Beach County Journeyman Electrician's License.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Must be able to lift, carry and push articles weighing up to 50 lbs. Must be able to wear hard hat/helmet, safety
glasses, goggles, respirator, safety belt, safety shoes/boots, hearing protectors, welder's helmet, faceshield, safety
harness, safety vest, and gloves. Exposure to extreme temperatures, animals/insects, electrical hazards, confined
spaces, heights, noise, vibration, dust, vapors, fumes, mist, smoke, toxic metals, poisons, irritants, and moving
mechanical parts.


RECREATION SERVICES – 62/31
10/98
                                                                                                         City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                            Job Description
                                            IRRIGATION SYSTEM MANAGER
                                                        X34

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs difficult technical and intermediate administrative work supervising the maintenance and repair of City parks and
facilities, irrigation systems throughout the entire park system and other City property work; and supervises beautification
irrigation personnel, related staff; does related work as required. Work is performed under regular supervision. Supervision
is exercised over all district irrigation and beautification irrigation personnel.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Plans, organizes, directs, and schedules work projects and assigns staff and equipment
Inspects maintenance, repair, and installation of irrigation systems and provides technical advice and assistance to
personnel; trains and instructs personnel as necessary
Checks projects for progress and for conformance to work plans and orders
Receives requests for emergency and unscheduled work and coordinates completion of tasks
Prepares a variety of reports on activities
Prepares and monitors budgets
Coordinates the use of available equipment, materials and personnel to obtain maximum effectiveness and economy.
Monitors controllers and automatic system
Troubleshoots system malfunctions; locates systems leaks
Monitors watering time and cycles on controllers

RELATED TASKS:

Oversees the maintenance of daily attendance records and payroll time cards.
Evaluates the work performance of employees; counsels employees.
Purchases necessary supplies, materials and equipment; interviews vendors.
Works in coordination with the Landscape Architect/Utility Services to design, construct and renovate irrigation systems.
Inspects backflow prevention valves as necessary.
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITY:

Comprehensive knowledge of the methods and practices of, and the equipment and tools used in, the repair and/or
maintenance of irrigation systems; thorough knowledge of the occupational hazards and safety precautions or the work and
related equipment operation; knowledge of budget preparation, forecasting and administration of financial accounting
systems; skill in the use of the equipment and tools of the trade; ability to prepare plans and detailed reports; ability to plan
and supervise the work of semiskilled, and unskilled workers; ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships
with associates, contractors, and the general public.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Bachelor degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in park management or related field and
extensive experience in maintenance, turf management, irrigation system operations, and landscape material planting, care
and maintenance or equivalent education and experience. Considerable supervisory experience. Position may require
additional licenses and certificates from NRPA and FRPA.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of a valid State of Florida Class “E” driver’s license.
Possession of Backflow Prevention license within 90 days of appointment.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Must be able to lift, carry and push articles weighing up to 50 lbs. Must be able to wear hard hat/helmet, safety glasses,
safety belt, safety shoes/boots, gloves, hearing protector, face shield, safety harness, welding helmet, and safety vest.
Exposure to extreme temperatures and weather conditions, electricity, heights, noise, moving mechanical parts, dust,
vapors, fumes, poisons, toxic metals, irritants, smoke, and animals/insects.


RECREATION SERVICES/62-25
11/26/01
                                                                                                            City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                            Job Description

                                           IRRIGATION SYSTEM SUPERVISOR
                                                        N29

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs difficult skilled and intermediate technical work supervising the maintenance and repair of irrigation systems on City
medians and related roadway; irrigation systems, wells and pumps; does related work as required. Work is performed under
general supervision. Supervision is exercised over a crew of semiskilled and skilled workers.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Supervises and participates in the installation, repair, and maintenance of irrigation systems and grounds keeping activities;
Repairs irrigation system controllers and minor plumbing problems;
Replaces seals and impellers on centrifugal pumps; maintains irrigation system pumps;
Monitors controllers and automatic system;
Schedules daily work of crew;
Troubleshoots system malfunctions; locates system leaks;
Monitors watering time and cycles on controllers.
Monitor daily the Motorola Central Computer for malfunctions in the irrigation system.
Troubleshoots Motorola Controllers to assist Irrigation Technicians on a daily basis.

RELATED TASKS:

Assist with budget preparation and monitoring
Trains personnel and evaluates employee work performance;
Performs related tasks as required.
Available for call back because of irrigation problems, i.e.: breaks, leaks, etc., or to security required staff.
Schedules plumber and electrician’s daily assignments.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

Comprehensive knowledge of Motorola Computerized System’s new technology, ICC Programming of the Central Computer,
and Troubleshooting Motorola Controllers. Knowledge repairing Motorola Controllers, Installation of Motorola Controllers,
Operation and programming controllers, and knowledge of troubleshooting controllers UHF radios for controllers. Knowledge
of operating, troubleshooting, Variable Frequency Drive (VFD) pumping stations. Ability to train Irrigation Technicians on the
operation of wire tracer equipment, voltage tester, and checking low voltage. Ability to train technicians on the operation of
the Motorola Central Computer. Make recommendations to Municipal Services/Engineering Division on new projects on
what type of Motorola equipment is required for the construction projects in the roadways, buildings and parks. Knowledge
of EPA regulations for reclaim water irrigation systems. Thorough knowledge of the occupational hazards and safety
precautions of the irrigation tasks and related equipment operation; skill in the use of the equipment and tools of the trade.
Ability to prepare plans and detailed reports; ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with other
departmental staff, contractors and general public. Knowledge of effective supervisory principles and methods. Skilled in
organization to effectively plan, assign, supervise and review the work of subordinate personnel. Ability to read and interpret
landscape blueprints, as-builts, and plans. Ability to maintain accurate records and to submit comprehensive reports and
orally and in writing. Ability to assist on budget preparation. Ability to maintain irrigation equipment inventory. Ability to
exercise South Florida Water Management District Water Restriction Regulations.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school and considerable experience in
irrigation system or general maintenance work.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of a valid State of Florida Class “E” driver’s license.
Possession of certificate in the design and installation of irrigation systems.
Possession of a State Certification license for Backflow Tester.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Must be able to lift, carry and push articles weighing up to 50 lbs. Must be able to wear hard hat/helmet, safety glasses,
goggles, respirator, safety belt, safety shoes/boots, hearing protectors, welder's helmet, face shield, safety harness, safety
vest, and gloves. Exposure to extreme temperatures, animals/insects, electrical hazards, confined spaces, heights, noise,
vibration, dust, vapors, fumes, mist, smoke, toxic metals, poisons, irritants, and moving mechanical parts.

RECREATION SERVICES/62-31, 62-25
   7/10/03
                                                                                                    City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                       Job Description

                                       IRRIGATION SYSTEM TECHNICIAN I
                                                    UB18

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs intermediate skilled work in the repair, maintenance, and care of irrigation system and pumps; does related
work as required. Work is performed under regular supervision. Limited supervision is exercised over subordinate
workers.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Operate wire-tracking device locating irrigation wires
Operate trencher and knowledge of operating procedures
Repairs and maintains irrigation systems and pumps;
Digs ditches for irrigation lines;
Helps disassemble pumps, replaces defective parts, and reassembles pump;
Checks all pump stations for leaks and ensures proper operation;
Check all pump stations for proper operation and troubleshooting
Checks drinking fountains for leaks, faulty or missing handles; makes necessary repairs and ensures proper
operations;
Checks showers for broken lines, leaks, missing handles and shower heads and makes needed repairs;
Checks clocks, timers, valves, and heads;
Replaces missing heads; repairs broken lines.
Repair hydraulic Irrigation system
Operate and troubleshoot Motorola Computerized Controllers
Monitors Central Computer for operation of field satellites
Programs Central Computer as needed
Operates and troubleshoots field satellites

RELATED TASKS:

Make monthly inspection of areas using reclaim water per EPA guidelines
Responds to calls after hours;
Two-week rotation on standby for callback for emergency service
Makes list of necessary supplies, parts, equipment, and tools to be stocked on repair truck;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

General knowledge of the tools, materials, and equipment used in irrigation system maintenance and repair work;
thorough knowledge of the materials, equipment, tools, and techniques of irrigation system repair and maintenance;
some knowledge of safety precautions applicable to the duties of the job; ability to understand and follow oral and
written instructions; ability to use common hand tools; ability to operate required machinery and equipment; ability to
perform manual labor for extended periods; ability to direct the work of others; skill in the operation, maintenance, and
repair of electric irrigation controllers; ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with associates.
Basic computer operation knowledge

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school and some experience in
pump maintenance or irrigation system work.
Basic Irrigation Design Certificate
Basic computer experience

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of a valid State of Florida Class “E” driver’s license.
Position may require other special licenses or certificates.
State Backflow Certification License
                                                                                               City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                  Job Description

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Must be able to lift, carry and push articles weighing up to 50 lbs. Must be able to wear hard hat/helmet, safety
glasses, goggles, respirator, safety belt, safety shoes/boots, hearing protectors, welder's helmet, face shield, safety
harness, safety vest, and gloves. Exposure to extreme temperatures, animals/insects, electrical hazards, confined
spaces, heights, noise, vibration, dust, vapors, fumes, mist, smoke, toxic metals, poisons, irritants, and moving
mechanical parts.

RECREATION SERVICES
8/8/03
                                                                                                           City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                           Job Description

                                           IRRIGATION SYSTEM TECHNICIAN I
                                                        B18

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs intermediate skilled work in the repair, maintenance, and care of irrigation system and pumps; does related work
as required. Work is performed under regular supervision. Limited supervision is exercised over subordinate workers.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Operate wire-tracking device locating irrigation wires
Operate trencher and knowledge of operating procedures
Repairs and maintains irrigation systems and pumps;
Digs ditches for irrigation lines;
Helps disassemble pumps, replaces defective parts, and reassembles pump;
Checks all pump stations for leaks and ensure proper operation;
Check all pump stations for proper operation and troubleshooting
Checks drinking fountains for leaks, faulty or missing handles; makes necessary repairs and ensures proper operations;
Checks showers for broken lines, leaks, missing handles and shower heads and makes needed repairs;
Checks clocks, timers, valves, and heads;
Replaces missing heads; repairs broken lines.
Repair hydraulic Irrigation system
Operate and troubleshoot Motorola Computerized Controllers
Monitors Central Computer for operation of field satellites
Programs Central Computer as needed
Operates and troubleshoots field satellites

RELATED TASKS:

Make monthly inspection of areas using reclaim water per EPA guidelines
Responds to calls after hours;
Two-week rotation on standby for callback for emergency service
Makes list of necessary supplies, parts, equipment, and tools to be stocked on repair truck;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

General knowledge of the tools, materials, and equipment used in irrigation system maintenance and repair work; thorough
knowledge of the materials, equipment, tools, and techniques of irrigation system repair and maintenance; some knowledge
of safety precautions applicable to the duties of the job; ability to understand and follow oral and written instructions; ability to
use common hand tools; ability to operate required machinery and equipment; ability to perform manual labor for extended
periods; ability to direct the work of others; skill in the operation, maintenance, and repair of electric irrigation controllers;
ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with associates. Basic computer operation knowledge

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school and some experience in pump
maintenance or irrigation system work.
Basic Irrigation Design Certificate
Basic computer experience

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of a valid State of Florida Class “E” driver’s license.
Position may require other special licenses or certificates.
State Backflow Certification License

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Must be able to lift, carry and push articles weighing up to 50 lbs. Must be able to wear hard hat/helmet, safety glasses,
goggles, respirator, safety belt, safety shoes/boots, hearing protectors, welder's helmet, face shield, safety harness, safety
vest, and gloves. Exposure to extreme temperatures, animals/insects, electrical hazards, confined spaces, heights, noise,
vibration, dust, vapors, fumes, mist, smoke, toxic metals, poisons, irritants, and moving mechanical parts.



Recreation Services – 62/31, 64/12, 62/25, 64/13, 64/12
8/8/03
                                                                                              City of Boca Raton
                                                                                              Job Description


                                                   IT Project Manager
                                                           X37

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Manages computer projects including the project definition, work plan and implementation. Coordinates work with vendors
and I.T. resources. Performs difficult technical work in daily computer hardware operation and in the preparation of computer
programs; does related work as required. Work is performed under regular supervision.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Plan, coordinate and execute project plans. Designs and develops computer system applications and utilities; drafts system
design specifications;
Prepares code using systems developments software; writes system control language (SCL) statements;
Compiles, debugs, and tests programs; initiates and inspects job streams and other tasks into job queue or command mode;
Diagnoses and corrects problems that develop during operations;

RELATED TASKS:

Works in conjunction with public safety personnel defining systems;
Reviews and modifies program specifications; develops benchmark test data;
Trains department personnel in execution of programs;
Operates computers; Operates electronic data processing equipment in the production of a variety of reports concerning
activities, financial, status, and related matters;
Monitors the print spool queue to ensure each report is printed on the proper form;
Monitors the operation of the computer and responds to action messages in the console mode;
Functions as security monitor; files daily backup reports, procedures, and programs;
Upgrades documentation; performs computer support services;
Prepares and maintains all operations run schedules;
Determines equipment setting, operating instructions, and performs necessary input maintenance during production runs;
Verifies critical data is backed up and tests tapes routinely;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

Extensive knowledge of the operation of installed computer and related equipment and machines; general knowledge of the
principles and techniques of computer programming, general knowledge of the principles and mathematics as applied to
computer operations; general knowledge of appropriate programming languages; ability to follow oral and written
instructions; ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with associates, superiors, and other
departments; skill in the operation of data processing equipment.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from an accredited community college with major
course work in computer science or related field and considerable experience in computer operations and some
programming experience.


Information Technology/12-31
12/10/01
                                                                                                          City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                             Job Description

                                                 I.T. Training Administrator
                                                             X35

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:


Provides City of Boca Raton personnel general and customized training in the effective use of computer systems. Develop
course curriculum or adapt commercial curricula for the required programs and provide a user assessment tracking system to
monitor the training results. Support training efforts by responding to training related calls routed from Field Service staff.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Provides classroom training for groups of employees whenever new or substantially modified software is installed on City
computer systems. Where possible, utilize course materials provided by the software developer.
Provides specialized training for groups of employees with specialized needs, e.g. Advanced spreadsheet training for
accountants.
Provides introductory training for general-use commercial software that is supported on the City’s computer systems, such as
office and e-mail applications.
Serves as liaison with software vendors to ensure that vendor-provided training efforts are consistent with City needs,
augmenting vendor courseware with in-house materials where required.
Trains and serves as resource to departmental specialists in computer systems.
Develops appropriate course curricula including examples and hands-on exercises to be used in the classroom when
commercial training materials are not available to cover the subject matter.
Provides one-on-one instruction for users having special needs or who are experiencing difficulty in a particular area of
computer usage.

RELATED TASKS:

Participates in new employee orientation to explain the importance of password security, Internet and e-mail use policies and
related issues.
Assists the Assistant Director, Systems and Development in the evaluation of new software products being considered for
installation in the City.
Assists in assessing needs and developing training programs for computer systems specific to departmental needs.
Administers self-paced training in computer skills, providing assistance to students where needed.
Evaluates new training techniques and courses as they become available in the marketplace, for possible use by the City.
Participates in functional analysis of proposed procedural changes to enable development of suitable training material.
Other duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

Thorough knowledge of the software systems including financial, purchasing, utility billing, fixed assets, and land management.
Knowledge of Sungard HTE, Inc. Municipal Government Systems preferred.
Knowledge of municipal government practices and procedures preferred.
Proficient in the use of Microsoft Office applications.
General understanding of the IBM iSeries and PC based computer networks.
Ability to manage multiple projects.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Bachelor’s degree in computer systems, municipal government or equivalent experience plus three years of computer systems
experience, including two years of experience training computer users on complex systems. Must have experience using
various training techniques; such as classroom, video, computer, or CD based courses.




City Manager – 04/31

02/03/2005
                                                                                                 City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                    Job Description
                                               JET TRUCK OPERATOR
                                                       B20


GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs difficult semiskilled work supervising and participating in cleaning and televising sewer lines; does related
work as required. Work is performed under regular supervision. Limited supervision is exercised over subordinate
semiskilled personnel.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Jets the line for T.V. inspection equipment;
Assist with sewer line repair and maintenance work;
Responds to calls about overflowing manholes or sewer back-up;
Determines if back-up is a City of owner problem; resolves problem if City is responsible;
Unplugs sewer lines and determines cause of stoppage;
Cleans sewer lines of roots.

RELATED TASKS:

Cleans trucks and equipment and makes minor repairs;
May be required to work overtime and/or be on call;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

General knowledge of the operation of closed circuit television equipment, video tape machines and high pressure
sewer cleaning equipment; general knowledge of the occupational hazards of the work and of necessary safety
precautions; ability to oversee the work of subordinate personnel; ability to operate equipment safely; ability to follow
oral and written instructions; ability to read and use gravity system maps; ability to operate power rodding, vapor-
rooter, vactor trucks, and related equipment; ability to operate technical electronic equipment used in flow monitoring
and line televising; ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with fellow employees.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school and considerable experience
in the maintenance, repair and/or construction of utility lines.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of a valid State of Florida Class "B" driver's license, with N (Tanker) endorsement, before date of hire,
with no more than 6 points within a 3 year period.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Must be able to lift, carry and push articles weighing up to 50 lbs. Must be able to wear hard hat/helmet, safety
glasses, goggles, respirator, safety belt, safety shoes/boots, hearing protectors, welder's helmet, faceshield, safety
harness, safety vest, and gloves. Exposure to extreme temperatures, animals/insects, electrical hazards, confined
spaces, heights, noise, vibration, dust, vapors, fumes, mist, smoke, toxic metals, poisons, irritants, and moving
mechanical parts.



UTILITY SERVICES – 42/33
10/10/98
                                                                                                       City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                          Job Description
                                                LAB SUPERVISOR/ CHEMIST
                                                         X33

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs difficult professional technical work supervising and participating in the operation of the water and wastewater
laboratory. Work is performed under general supervision. Supervision is exercised over Quality Control Analyst and
Laboratory Technicians.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Plans, organizes, and directs laboratory activities in the water and wastewater plants.
Supervises and/or performs routine and special chemical analysis to include advanced analytical methods of atomic
absorption; spectrophotometry and gas chromatography;
Interprets test results and formulates recommendations to correct any abnormal drinking water or environmental conditions;
Supervises and assigns work to subordinates; trains as required.

RELATED TASKS:

Investigates and mediates customer complaints and inquiries;
Assigns and/or performs special field sampling;
Maintains uninterrupted operation of laboratories by stocking adequate supplies and replacement equipment;
Conducts employee performance appraisals; performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

Thorough knowledge of the principles of organic and inorganic chemistry including qualitative and quantitative analysis;
thorough knowledge of modern chemical laboratory procedures, techniques and equipment and skill in their use; thorough
knowledge of Federal, State and local laws, codes and regulations pertaining to water quality and hazardous waste
management; thorough knowledge of physics, physical chemistry and biochemistry; ability to perform research work on
problems of a chemical nature, ability to prepare clear and accurate problems of a chemical nature; ability to prepare clear
and accurate scientific reports including suitable graphic representations; must be able to drive a 4 wheel drive vehicle;
must be able to work with laboratory information management software; ability to establish and maintain effective working
relationships with associates, subordinates, and the general public.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

A bachelor of science degree with major course work in chemistry or 10 years of extensive laboratory experience in lieu of
the degree. A minimum of 3 years of analytical laboratory, instrumentation and supervisory experience.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of a valid State of Florida driver's license.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Must be able to lift, carry and push articles weighing up to 50 lbs. Must be able to wear safety glasses, goggles, safety shoes
and gloves. Exposure to extreme temperatures, electricity, vapors, fumes, toxic metals, poisons, gases, irritants and
bloodborne pathogens.



UTILITY SERVICES - 42/26
11/26/02
                                                                                                    City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                       Job Description
                                                   LABORATORY ANALYST
                                                          B29


GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs intermediate technical work performing laboratory analysis of a water and wastewater effluent; does related work
as required. Work is performed under regular supervision.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Tests samples of water and wastewater;
Performs a variety of chemical analysis on samples collected;
Monitors sampling of monitor wells around underground fuel storage tanks;
Performs chemical and physical analysis on samples of water and wastewater effluent, influent, aeration basins, digesters,
clarifiers, etc.;
Maintains records on analyses performed and samples prepared;
Ensures proper lab condition and appearance;
Prepares reagents, sterilizes glassware, and maintains instruments;
Makes calculations and records results on log sheet;
Prepares and calibrates equipment for sample analysis.

RELATED TASKS:

Collects water and wastewater samples on and off site;
Samples monitoring wells on treatment plant site for reuse water impact on groundwater;
Initiates and maintains quality control program in conjunction with mandates;
Helps develop new tests as required for plant process control and government regulations;
Carries out environmental monitoring studies as required for special projects;
Performs analysis necessary for laboratory certification;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

General knowledge of analytical principles of chemistry and/or microbiology as applied to water and wastewater treatment;
general knowledge of laboratory methods, procedures, and terminology; skill in the use of laboratory equipment; ability to
independently perform a variety of laboratory tests and analyses; ability to maintain detailed records and prepare reports;
ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with associates.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Graduation from an accredited college (minimum AA degree) with major course work in chemistry, biology or environmental
sciences. Preference given for considerable experience in water and wastewater analysis and instrumentation skills
(spectrophotometry, chromatography).

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of a valid State of Florida driver’s license.


PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Must be able to lift, carry and push articles weighing up to 50 lbs. Must be able to wear hard hat/helmet, safety glasses,
goggles, respirator, safety shoes/boots, faceshield, and gloves. Exposure to extreme temperatures, animals/insects,
electrical hazards, confined spaces, heights, noise, vibration, dust, vapors, fumes, mist, smoke, toxic metals, poisons,
irritants, bloodborne pathogens and moving mechanical parts.



UTILITY SERVICES/42-26
10/1/03
                                                                                                 City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                    Job Description
                                      LAND DEVELOPMENT COORDINATOR
                                                   U32

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs difficult technical work reviewing plans for compliance with approved site plan and coordinating staff review
of land development plans; does related work as required. Work is performed under general supervision. Limited
supervision is exercised over subordinate technical employees.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Coordinates the staff review of engineering plans, tentative plats, final plats, waiver of plats, zoning changes, master
plans, and ordinance amendments of capital improvements for land development projects;
Prepares written comments and marks plans with committee’s comments;
Chairs the Public Works Review Committee; coordinates PWRC process to ensure its completion and that all
applicable governing agencies have granted permits or approvals;
Reviews Zoning Board of Adjustment cases; prepares and transmits department responses;
Represents department on the Planning Advisory Committee and Zoning Board of Adjustment meetings;
Reviews land development site plans for conformance with City Code.

RELATED TASKS:

Distributes plans for the projects, chairs meetings, and takes minutes;
Checks to assure conformance with staff comments;
Helps evaluate the work performance of employees;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

Thorough knowledge of basic construction and civil engineering principles, practices, and techniques; thorough
knowledge of engineering and business mathematics, surveying, and drafting; thorough knowledge of standard office
procedures, practices, and equipment; thorough knowledge of the City ordinances related to land improvement;
ability to prepare technical engineering reports; ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with
associates, public and private agency officials, and the general public; ability to communicate effectively in oral and
written form; skill in the operation of automated drafting equipment.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from an accredited community college with
major course work in engineering technology and considerable experience in engineering or land development work.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of a valid State of Florida Driver’s license, before date of hire, with no more than 6 points
within a 3 year period.

Physical Demands
Must be able to wear hardhat/helmet and safety shoes/boots.               Possible exposure to extreme temperatures,
construction site materials and debris.


DEVELOPMENT SERVICES
3/18/05
                                                                                                City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                   Job Description
                                      LAND DEVELOPMENT COORDINATOR
                                                   X32

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs difficult technical work reviewing plans for compliance with approved site plan and coordinating staff review
of land development plans; does related work as required. Work is performed under general supervision. Limited
supervision is exercised over subordinate technical employees.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Coordinates the staff review of engineering plans, tentative plats, final plats, waiver of plats, zoning changes, master
plans, and ordinance amendments of capital improvements for land development projects;
Prepares written comments and marks plans with committee’s comments;
Chairs the Public Works Review Committee; coordinates PWRC process to ensure its completion and that all
applicable governing agencies have granted permits or approvals;
Reviews Zoning Board of Adjustment cases; prepares and transmits department responses;
Represents department on the Planning Advisory Committee and Zoning Board of Adjustment meetings;
Reviews land development site plans for conformance with City Code.

RELATED TASKS:

Distributes plans for the projects, chairs meetings, and takes minutes;
Checks to assure conformance with staff comments;
Helps evaluate the work performance of employees;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

Thorough knowledge of basic construction and civil engineering principles, practices, and techniques; thorough
knowledge of engineering and business mathematics, surveying, and drafting; thorough knowledge of standard office
procedures, practices, and equipment; thorough knowledge of the City ordinances related to land improvement;
ability to prepare technical engineering reports; ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with
associates, public and private agency officials, and the general public; ability to communicate effectively in oral and
written form; skill in the operation of automated drafting equipment.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from an accredited community college with
major course work in engineering technology and considerable experience in engineering or land development work.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of a valid State of Florida Driver’s license, before date of hire, with no more than 6 points within a 3 year
period.

Physical Demands
Must be able to wear hardhat/helmet and safety shoes/boots.               Possible exposure to extreme temperatures,
construction site materials and debris.


DEVELOPMENT SERVICES -15/12
3/18/05
                                                                                                                 City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                                    Job Description
                                  LAND RECORDS PROPERTY SPECIALIST/ASSISTANT
                                                    N21

GENERAL DEFINTION OF WORK:

Performs difficult clerical, technical, administrative and research work related to securing, maintaining and updating City real estate
land records through various means (research, assemble and summarize information and documents form a variety of sources) in a
municipal office. Work involves both the accurate maintenance of records and the dissemination of that information to the public
and to other municipal entities. Work also involves assisting in the preparation and monitoring of real estate related petition cases
to be forward to City Council.

Work is performed under general supervision. Supervision may be exercised over subordinate clerical personnel.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

Takes telephone calls and mail directed to Land Records;
Transcribes correspondence and memoranda;
Composes and types letters, memoranda, reports, legal documents and other documents in conformance with policies,
independently, from brief instructions;
Sets up and maintains filing systems and office procedures;
Provides land records information over the telephone and in person to the Public and other City/County departments or directs
requests to appropriate person;
Prepares land record and interdepartmental documents for recording at the County Courthouse;
Maintains log of all recorded documents for appropriate City departments and forwards copies of recorded instruments to City Clerk,
property owners and respective City departments;
Maintains plats and subdivision files;
Assists in preparation and monitoring of paperwork for petition case files and forwarding to City Council;
Maintains street atlas map and assigns street addresses and name changes including notification of Post Office, emergency
services, franchised utilities and City departments;
Works closely with the City Building Department, Code Enforcement Department, Police and Fire Rescue Services providing
address and ownership information;
Prepares mailing labels for various City departments by accurately researching and verifying ownership/parcel control numbers from
maps, generating a list of verified ownership, downloading information and printing labels. Label preparation is time consuming and
requires concentrated attention to detail.

RELATED TASKS:

Assists Property Specialist/Appraiser;
Operates word and data processing equipment;
Collects money for various items and maintains various financial records;
Works in conjunction with Planning & Zoning Division/Department Services staff including overload customer service and telephone
responsibilities.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

Through knowledge of standard office practices, procedures, equipment and secretarial techniques; thorough knowledge of
department functions, organization and policies; thorough knowledge of business English and spelling; ability to establish and
maintain effective working relationships with City officials, associates, and the general public; ability to organize and perform work
independently’ ability to lay out and type complex forms and tables; ability to make difficult arithmetical calculations; skill in the use
of a variety of standard and automated office equipment; skilled in a word process program. Ability to read and understand plats,
maps, surveys, sketches, plans and legal descriptions (metes and bounds/lot and block) and to utilize an engineers’ scale. Basic
knowledge of real estate and legal terminology and forms. Knowledge of City documents (such as Ordinances and Resolutions)
and familiarity with THE, GIS and Excel a plus. Ability to recommend and implement new procedures and to recognize and solve
problems. Must possess strong organizational skills.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from an accredited community college with major course
work in office management, secretarial science or related field and considerable experience in secretarial or technical work.
Possession of a Florida Real Estate Salesman or Broker License or any other evidence or real estate experience including (but not
limited to) the successful completion of any basic or specialty/advanced courses offered by a recognized professional real estate
organization, such as (but not limited to) the Appraisal Institute or the International Right-of-Way Association; Position of a Valid
State of Florida Driver’s License with no more than five (6) points in a three (3) year period.
DEVELOPMENT SERVICES – 15/12
3/12/04
                                                                                                      City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                         Job Description
                                                    LAND SURVEYOR
                                                          D2

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs complex professional and Intermediate administrative work supervising the surveying and property acquisition
activities; does related work as required. Work is performed under general supervision. Supervision is exercised over all
division personnel.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Oversees the daily operation of the Survey Section and the Property/Land Record Section;
Schedules and directs several continuing projects for departments within the City concerning surveys and land transaction of
the City;
Researches public records for the preparation of stakeout sheet for the setting and location of control points for boundary,
topographic, as-built, underground utilities, and lot surveys according to surveying standards and The Manual of Instruction
for the Surveying of the Public Lands of the U.S., DOT Survey Manual;
Prepares division budget and monitors expenditures;
Reviews field notes, plots, prepares survey sketches, legal descriptions right-of-way acquisition, water and sewer easements
and lot surveys in accordance with the Minimum Technical Standards of the Florida Administrative Code;
Reviews plans, legal descriptions, plats, and surveys for compliance with City code, Planning and Zoning Board, and
Community Appearance Board requirements and State statutes;
Maintains and updates City benchmark map for publication for private sector use.

RELATED TASKS:

Makes calculations involved with the preparation of construction plans, right-of-way maps, and final surveys;
Evaluates the work performance of employees;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

Comprehensive knowledge of surveying and drafting instruments and methods; comprehensive knowledge of the principles
and practices of land surveying; thorough knowledge of engineering mathematics; thorough knowledge of the principles and
practices of civil engineering as related to assignments; thorough knowledge of the materials, methods, and techniques of
capital improvements construction; ability to plan, assign, and supervise the work of subordinates; skill in the use of
surveying and drafting instruments and related equipment.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from an accredited college or university with major
course work in mathematics or land surveying or related field and extensive experience in land surveying work including
some supervisory experience.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Registration as a professional Land Surveyor in the State of Florida.



MUNICIPAL SERVICES – 44/17
10/10/98
                                                                                                  City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                     Job Description

                                 LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT/ PARK PLANNER
                                               X37

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs and supervises difficult professional work in landscape architecture and construction project management
for the Parks and Recreation Department and other City departments; does related work as required. Work is
performed under general supervision. Supervision is exercised over subordinate professional and technical
personnel.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Plans and manages professional design activities from consulting surveyors, architects, civil, structural, electrical, and
mechanical engineers; preserves and manages the City's natural open space;
Performs special projects as assigned including bikeway planning, City beautification, City building renovations, and
Comprehensive Plan review;
Prepares and supervises the development of landscape, irrigation, and building plans for parks, public facilities, and
municipal right-of-ways; drafts specifications, prepares bid documents, and seals design documents;
Provides public presentations, reports, graphics, and displays on projects for City Council, Commissions, and Boards;
Determines goals, objectives, and program elements for design efforts;
Prepares Capital Improvement Program budget, assembles grants, operating budget for section, and monitors the
expenditures;
Design drawing, drafting and scanning; organization and transmittal of project files; project site visits.

RELATED TASKS:

Obtains project permits with the Federal, State, County, and City agencies and boards;
Coordinates projects with utility companies and establishes new water and electric service;
Maintains records of complete park facilities and City facilities to perform coordinated renovation and maintenance to
architectural, engineering, and site improvements;
Assesses impact fees for new development and addresses community recreation needs;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

General knowledge of environmental awareness of native ecosystems, sustainable landscapes, and xeroscape
principles; thorough knowledge of the principles, practices, and methods of landscape architecture design and
planning; thorough knowledge of design and construction contract administration and management, environmental
assessment, land planning and development regulations, beautification, recreation, open space, and capital
budgeting; thorough knowledge of seeds, fertilizers, pesticides, mulches, trees, shrubs, and other materials used in
landscape work; ability to plan and supervise the work of subordinates; ability to use judgment and initiative to
complete work assignments with minimal supervision; ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships
with City officials, contractors, departments, associates, and the general public; ability to speak in front of large
groups. Use of drafting equipment and scanning equipment.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from an accredited college or university with
major course work in landscape architecture or related field and extensive landscape architecture and park planning
experience.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of a valid State of Florida driver’s license. Possession of Landscape Architect license.


MUNICIPAL SERVICES – 44/18
1/18/00
                                                                                                     City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                        Job Description
                                       LANDSCAPE DESIGNER/PROJECT MANAGER
                                                       N27


GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Leads difficult technical work on a variety of landscape design assignments; does related work as required under governing
laws. Work is performed with professional approval within the City Landscape Architecture/Park Planning Section.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Designs plans for landscape design improvements to public facilities, parks, recreation facilities, roadway beautification,
environmentally sensitive lands, open space, bicycle and pedestrian linkages;
Prepares site design plans for grading, drainage and paving on public facilities;
Plots architectural, electrical, structural and site furniture elements on Landscape Architectural plans;
Operates computer or automated drafting equipment and related software in the performance of duties;
Performs mathematical computation on design quantities, alignments and hydraulic design;
Supplies public with information concerning on-going construction projects;
Performs field surveys to determine the condition of existing facilities;
Prepare working drawings and specifications describing technical details for construction contract work to
be accomplished by contractors/installers;
Periodically visits construction site to review progress and work quality in accordance with contract documents .

RELATED TASKS:

Develops computerized drawings to serve as a basis for design and maintenance of facilities;
Prepares correspondence pertaining to a variety of matters relating to construction projects;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

Thorough knowledge of basic construction and landscape design principles, practices and techniques; thorough knowledge
of landscape and irrigation design, familiar with site engineering and business math, land surveying, methods and
technology used to interpret design, thorough knowledge of office procedures, practices, and equipment; general knowledge
of the principles and terminology of related architectural/engineering disciplines; general knowledge of the City ordinances
related to land improvement; ability to prepare technical reports; ability to establish and maintain effective working
relationships with other employees, public and private agency officials and the general public; skill in the use of drafting
instruments and computer technology; ability to present ideas in graphic form, ability to analyze facts and exercise judgment
in arriving at conclusions; ability to manage projects through design, drafting, bid and construction.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from an accredited college or university with major
course work in Landscape Architecture or considerable related field experience in landscape design, drafting, and project
management.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of a valid State of Florida driver’s license.


MUNICIPAL SERVICES – 44/18
5/11/04
                                                                                                           City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                              Job Description
                                             LATENT FINGERPRINT TECHNICIAN
                                                          N27


GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs difficult technical work involving all phases of identification, classification, evaluation, and filing of fingerprints and
latent; does related work as required. Work is performed under regular supervision.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Gives dispositions and testifies in court;
Evaluates latent fingerprint cards;
Compares latent fingerprint against known suspects and prepares report on comparisons and positive identifications;
Maintains fingerprint card files;
Ability to classify rolled fingerprints and make comparative identification between latent fingerprints and "rolled" fingerprints.

RELATED TASKS:

Photographs, sketches, and measures crime scene area;
Dusts for latent fingerprints; collects, preserves, and marks evidence;
Maintains custody of evidence throughout investigation and court proceeding;
Processes evidence in the crime lab and maintains detailed records regarding processing;
Trains officers in crime scene work photographs all evidence; composes and photographs lineups;
Photographs special events, accident scenes involving City vehicles and serious accidents;
Maintains equipment and orders necessary supplies;
Keeps a variety of detailed records and prepares reports on activities;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

Thorough knowledge of the rules and regulations of the Police Department; thorough knowledge of police investigative
techniques and techniques of identification; thorough knowledge of rules of evidence and laws of search and seizure;
thorough knowledge of the techniques and methods used to process and protect a crime scene; ability to analyze evidence;
ability to skillfully process a crime scene for fingerprints and gather evidence; ability to maintain records and prepare reports;
ability to use crime laboratory facilities and equipment; skill in the use of photography equipment and the operation of an
automobile.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school and considerable experience in
crime scene analysis.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of a valid State of Florida driver’s license.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Must be able to lift, carry and push articles weighing up to 25 lbs. Must be able to wear hard hat/helmet, safety glasses,
goggles, respirator, safety belt, safety shoes/boots, hearing protectors, welder's helmet, faceshield, safety harness, safety
vest, gloves and biohazard suit. Exposure to extreme temperatures, animals/insects, electrical hazards, confined spaces,
heights, noise, vibration, dust, vapors, fumes, mist, smoke, toxic metals, poisons, irritants, asphyxiants and bloodborne
pathogens.




POLICE SERVICES/22-12
11/26/01
                                                                                                City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                   Job Description

                                     LEGAL ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT
                                                  N22


GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs complex skilled clerical work in the office of the City Attorney; does related work as required. Work is
performed under general supervision.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Types legal documents, correspondence, briefs, memoranda, opinions, deeds, legal descriptions, pleadings,
contracts, and other legal papers from handwritten notes, dictation, verbal instruction, or transcription utilizing word
processing equipment and spreadsheet software as appropriate;
Prepares and maintains files concerning legal inquiries, responses, ordinances, resolutions, and various legal
documents;
Receives and screens calls, locates copies of resolutions, correspondence, legal documents, and ordinances,
provides basic and specific information to telephone and in-person inquiries;
Processes new ordinances into accurate final form referencing City Code of Ordinances;
Prepares standard form ordinances and resolutions from Planning and Zoning Board and various City department
recommendations;
Maintains general and litigation files including the docketing and filing of pleadings;
Maintains a variety of legal logs, files, ordinances, resolutions, etc.;
Maintains calendars and schedules for legal staff members;
Maintains law library in City Attorney’s Office;
Maintains financial records of the City Attorney’s office and handles procurement of supplies;
Prepares departmental payroll and maintains leave records.

RELATED TASKS:

Assists with correspondence and services to other City departments and agencies;
Compiles data and assists with the preparation of responses to legal inquiries;
Preparation of legal documents, notices, and coordinating scheduling and follow-up related to case management;
Performs other clerical and support functions as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

Thorough knowledge of legal office practices, procedures, and techniques; general knowledge of the service
programs and activities of the office; thorough knowledge of legal terminology and spelling; thorough knowledge of
legal recording and filing systems and procedures; ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships
with various agencies, legal and development community, and the general public; ability to transcribe and type
accurately at a rate of 45 WPM; ability to organize and perform work independently; ability to lay out and type
complex forms and tables; skill in the use of a variety of standard and automated office equipment. Must take typing
test, computer software tests in Word and Excel, and clerical test before submission of application.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school and extensive secretarial
experience, experience in a legal office or with a municipality is preferred.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENT:

Possession of valid State of Florida Driver’s license.


CITY ATTORNEY/06-01
11/15/2006
                                                                                                City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                   Job Description
                                              LEGAL OFFICE MANAGER
                                                       N26


GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs complex skilled clerical and administrative work for the City Attorney and Assistant City Attorney(s).
Oversees the clerical functions and staff. Does related work as required. Work is performed under general
supervision.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Conducts legal researches and summarizes relevant case information for legal proceedings;
Assists in performance evaluations;
Types legal documents, correspondence, briefs, memoranda, opinions, deeds, legal descriptions, pleadings,
contracts, and other legal papers from handwritten notes, dictation, verbal instruction, or transcription utilizing word
processing equipment, desktop publishing, and spreadsheet software;
Prepares and maintains files concerning legal inquiries, responses, ordinances, resolutions, and various legal
documents;
Processes new ordinances into accurate final form referencing City Code of Ordinances;
Prepares standard form ordinances and resolutions from Planning and Zoning Board and various City department
recommendations;
Maintains litigation files, calendars and schedules for legal staff members;
Maintains a variety of legal logs, files, ordinances, resolutions, etc.;
Maintains calendars and schedules for legal staff members;

RELATED TASKS:

Assists with correspondence and services to other City departments and agencies;
Compiles data and assists with the preparation of responses to legal inquiries;
Receives and screens calls, locates copies of resolutions, correspondence, legal documents, and ordinances,
provides basic and specific information to telephone and in-person inquiries;
Maintains financial records of the City Attorney’s office and handles procurement of supplies;
Prepares departmental payroll and maintains leave records.
Performs other clerical and support functions as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

Thorough knowledge of legal office practices, procedures, and techniques; general knowledge of the service
programs and activities of the office; thorough knowledge of legal terminology and spelling; thorough knowledge of
legal recording and filing systems and procedures; ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships
with various agencies, legal and development community, and the general public; ability to transcribe and type
accurately at a rate of 60 WPM; ability to organize and perform work independently; ability to lay out and type
complex forms and tables; skill in the use of a variety of standard and automated office equipment.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school and extensive secretarial
experience in a legal office. Associates degree in business administration or related field preferred; supervisory
experience preferred.

SPEICAL REQUIREMENT:

Possession of valid State of Florida Driver’s license.


CITY ATTORNEY – 06/01
10/1/02
                                                                                                           City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                              Job Description

                                                    Librarian II
                                       Technology/Technical Services Section
                                                       X30

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

•   Performs difficult professional work in a public library system.
•   Work involves the responsibility for the effective administration and operation of a unit of the library system.
•   Supervision is exercised over subordinate professional and paraprofessional personnel.
•   Supervision is received from a superior in the form of a review of plans and programs and by periodic consultations and
    conferences.
•   This class is distinguished from a Librarian I by the additional experience required and by the general supervisory
    responsibilities.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:

•   Supervises professional and paraprofessional staff.
•   Instructs and guides staff with regard to the library’s policies and procedures.
•   Formulates acquisition, cataloging, processing, binding, and serials management policies.
•   Participates in staff development and training.
•   Assists in the compilation of statistical reports.
•   Performs difficult original cataloging of books and other library materials.
•   Manages local bibliographic database.
•   Helps with the development of the Library’s collection.

RELATED TASKS:

•   Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

•   Ability to plan, organize, and direct the work of a small group of professional, paraprofessional, or clerical staff.
•   Ability to analyze administrative library problems, and to make recommendations for their solution.
•   Ability to maintain administrative records and prepare reports.
•   Considerable knowledge of professional library principles, practices, methods, and techniques.
•   Knowledge of the relevant literature, trends, and developments in the field of library and information science.
•   Knowledge of bibliographic cataloging practices, including MARC, AACR2, LCSH, and DDC.
•   Considerable skills in the use of personal computers, software applications, peripheral devices, and the Internet.
•   Ability to express ideas effectively, both orally and in writing.
•   Ability to serve the public and interact with fellow employees with honesty and integrity.
•   Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with patrons and co-workers.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

•   A Master’s Degree in library science or information science from a college or university accredited by the American
    Library Association and considerable experience in professional library work; OR,
•   Any equivalent combination of relevant training and experience.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

•   Must be able to stand, walk, sit, climb, balance, stoop, crouch, crawl, and reach.
•   Must be able to lift up to 40 pounds, and push a loaded book cart weighing up to 200 pounds.
•   Must be able to see, speak, and hear.
•   Must be able to tolerate exposure to dust.
•   Must possess a valid Florida Driver’s License.

RECREATION SERVICES - 61/11, 61/12
                                                                                                          City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                             Job Description

                                                       Librarian II
                                                 Youth Services Section
                                                          X30

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

•   Performs difficult professional work in a public library system.
•   Work involves the responsibility for the effective administration and operation of a unit of the library system.
•   Supervision is exercised over subordinate professional and paraprofessional personnel.
•   Supervision is received from a superior in the form of a review of plans and programs and by periodic consultations and
    conferences.
•   This class is distinguished from a Librarian I by the additional experience required and by the general supervisory
    responsibilities.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:

•   Supervises and evaluates professional and paraprofessional staff.
•   Instructs and guides staff with regard to the library’s policies and procedures.
•   Instructs staff in the use of online sources and reference tools.
•   Participates in staff development and training.
•   Compiles bibliographies and assembles materials on special subjects.
•   Assists in generating program ideas and program implementation.
•   Coordinates school visits both on and off campus.
•   Assists in the compilation of statistical reports.
•   Analyses library collections and assists in their development, maintenance and preservation.
•   Provides reference assistance and readers advisory to children, teens and adults.
•   Introduces and instructs children and teens in the use of information retrieval tools.
•   Introduces and instructs children and teens in the use of the Library’s online catalog.
•   Instructs children and teens on various computer software applications.
•   Examines and evaluates materials in the youth services collection for replacement or discard.
•   Answers specific reference questions for patrons in person, by telephone, and by mail.
•   Acts as Librarian-in-Charge or Branch Manager when needed.
•   Assists in the development and implementation of Library policies and procedures.
•   Maintains a fiscally sound budget for the youth section.

RELATED TASKS:

•   Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

•   Ability to plan, organize, and direct the work of a small group of professional, paraprofessional, or clerical subordinates.
•   Ability to analyze administrative library problems and to make recommendations for their solution.
•   Ability to interpret library policies and objectives to community groups and the general public.
•   Ability to maintain administrative records and prepare reports.
•   Considerable knowledge of professional library principles, practices, methods, and techniques.
•   Considerable knowledge of children’s developmental stages from 0-12, children’s literature and current trends in
    education.
•   Considerable skill in the use of a personal computer and knowledge of basic software applications.
•   Knowledge of the relevant literature, trends, and developments in the field of library and information science.
•   Ability to express ideas effectively, both orally and in writing.
•   Ability to serve the public and interact with fellow employees with honesty and integrity.
•   Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with patrons and co-workers.
•   Ability to communicate effectively with ‘problem patrons’ of all ages
•   Considerable skill in searching and locating information using online databases or the Internet.
•   Considerable knowledge of basic reference sources and materials and their uses in finding and retrieving information.
•   A Master’s Degree in library science or information science from a college or university accredited by the American
    Library Association, considerable experience in professional library work, and considerable experience working with
    children; OR,
•   Any equivalent combination of relevant training or experience.
                                                                                                   City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                      Job Description

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

•   Must be able to stand, walk, sit, climb, balance, stoop, crouch, crawl, and reach.
•   Must be able to lift up to 20 pounds, and push a loaded book cart weighing up to 200 pounds.
•   Must be able to see, speak, and hear.
•   Must be able to tolerate exposure to dust.
•   Must possess a valid Florida Driver’s License.



RECREATION SERVICES – 61/11, 61/12
                                                                                                         City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                            Job Description

                                                       Librarian II
                                                    Reference Section
                                                          X30
GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

•   Performs difficult professional work involving responsibility for various professional services in one of the City’s public
    library facilities.
•   Work involves the responsibility for the effective administration and operation of a unit of the library system.
•   Supervision is exercised over subordinate professional and paraprofessional personnel.
•   Supervision is received from a superior in the form of a review of plans and programs and by periodic consultations and
    conferences.
•   This class is distinguished from a Librarian I by the additional experience required and by the general supervisory
    responsibilities.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:

•   Supervises professional and paraprofessional staff.
•   Instructs and guides staff with regard to the library’s policies and procedures.
•   Instructs staff in the use of online sources and reference tools.
•   Participates in staff development and training.
•   Assists in the compilation of statistical reports
•   Provides reference assistance to patrons, introduces patrons to reference sources and materials.
•   Assists and instructs patrons in the use of both print and online information retrieval tools.
•   Answers reference questions for patrons in person, by telephone, by mail, and by e-mail.
•   Aids patrons in the location and selection of books and other materials on specific subjects.
•   Assists patrons seeking information for school or special projects.
•   Compiles bibliographies and assembles materials on special subjects.
•   Evaluates and recommends sources and materials for the reference collection.

RELATED TASKS:

•   Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

•   Ability to plan, organize, and direct the work of a small group of professional, paraprofessional, or clerical staff.
•   Ability to analyze administrative library problems, and to make recommendations for their solution.
•   Ability to interpret library policies and objectives to community groups and the general public.
•   Ability to maintain administrative records and prepare reports.
•   Extensive knowledge of professional library principles, practices, methods, and techniques.
•   Considerable skill in the use of a personal computer and knowledge of basic software applications.
•   Considerable knowledge of the relevant literature, trends, and developments in the field of library and information
    science.
•   Ability to express ideas effectively, both orally and in writing.
•   Ability to serve the public and interact with fellow employees with honesty and integrity.
•   Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with patrons and co-workers.
•   Extensive skill in searching and locating information using online databases or the Internet.
•   Extensive knowledge of basic reference sources and materials and their uses in finding and retrieving information.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

•   A Master’s Degree in library science or information science from a college or university accredited by the American
    Library Association, considerable experience in professional library work, and considerable experience working with the
    public; OR,
•   Any equivalent combination of relevant training and experience.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

•   Must be able to stand, walk, sit, climb, balance, stoop, crouch, crawl, and reach.
•   Must be able to lift up to 40 pounds, and push a loaded book cart weighing up to 200 pounds.
•   Must be able to see, speak, and hear.
•   Must be able to tolerate exposure to dust.
•   Must possess a valid Florida Driver’s License.



RECREATION SERVICES – 61/11, 61/12
                                                                                                        City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                           Job Description
                                                         LIBRARIAN
                                                            N27

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs difficult professional work supervising a major activity of the public library system; does related work as required.
Work is performed under general supervision. Supervision is exercised over subordinate technical and clerical personnel.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Plans, organizes, directs, and supervises a major unit of the public library system as head of a section such as Reference,
Technical Services, Youth Services, Adult Services, Circulation Services, Materials Selection Services, etc.;
Plans, evaluates, and monitors unit services and programs;
Trains, assigns, and supervises subordinate librarians and other employees and evaluates the work of
subordinates;
Supervises and participates in the development, preparation, and presentation of library programs, events, and projects in
assigned area;
Serves as member of the management team to determine and implement library policy, procedures, and programs; helps
prepare budgets, and administers budget of assigned section;
Helps with the development of the library's collection; reviews new books and makes recommendations for additions; helps
select books and nonprint materials for purchase; analyzes existing collection for gaps and books suitable for replacement or
discards.

RELATED TASKS:

Assists City Librarian in making surveys, evaluating staff appointments, transfers, and advancements;
Takes part in professional conferences and meetings; keeps informed of current professional literature;
Assures system wide operational responsibility as assigned;
Acts as City Librarian when required;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

Thorough knowledge of professional library principles, materials, and practices; ability to evaluate library systems and
programs and to develop and implement new or improved methods; ability to evaluate library personnel and to prepare
reports; ability to plan, organize, and direct the work of professional, paraprofessional, and clerical subordinates; ability to
assist in the establishment of library policies, objectives, and facilities and their interpretation to community groups, public
officials, professional groups, and the general public; ability to establish and maintain effective public relations; ability to
represent the library system at professional meetings and to participate in the development or improvement of professional
library methods and standards; ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with associates and library
patrons; ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing; skill in the operation of computers.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to completion of an accredited masters program in library science
from an ALA accredited library school and considerable experience in professional library work including some supervisory
experience.


RECREATION SERVICES - 61/11, 61/12
6/5/00
                                                                                               City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                  Job Description

                                              LIBRARY ASSISTANT I
                                                     U11

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs intermediate clerical work in the public library; does related work as required. Work is performed under
regular supervision.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Locates books on shelves;
Checks cash drawer; counts and sorts money and prepares bank deposit;
Prepares overdue notices;
Reserves books; uses library's automated circulation system to check books in and out
Affixes labels to pockets, cards, and spines; pastes pockets inside materials;
Unpacks shipments of books and audiovisual materials and check s for errors and damages;
Cleans and mends books as needed;
Prepares book to be sent to bindery; checks books returned from the bindery;
Performs acquisitions functions through electronic and non-electronic means;
Answers questions and procedural inquiries;
Issues and updates library cards;
Receives overdue fines and checks in books returned by patrons;
Answers telephone.

RELATED TASKS:

Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

Some knowledge of library principles, methods, materials, and practices; some knowledge of reader interests and
books and authors; some knowledge of the theory and objectives of a public library system; ability to establish and
maintain effective working relationships with library employees and patrons; ability to type accurately at a reasonable
rate of speed; ability to alphabetize accurately and place decimals in proper place.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school and some experience
working with the public.


RECREATION SERVICES/61-11
10/10/98
                                                                                               City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                  Job Description
                                              LIBRARY ASSISTANT II
                                                      U16


GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs intermediate technical and clerical work assisting with a variety of tasks in the public library; does related
work as required. Work is performed under regular supervision. Supervision is exercised over assistants and aides.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Opens and closes library; supervises night shift;
Helps select library materials and programs for the library in both print and nonprint areas;
Compiles monthly statistics
Maintains cataloging and classification systems in the on-line public access catalog;
Maintains vertical file newspapers, magazines, and pamphlets; displays magazines in reading room;
Performs on-line searching and processes inter-library loan requests;
Locates books on shelves;
Contacts and schedules performers and speakers for programs;
Assists patrons with questions and location of books;


RELATED TASKS:

Prepares and presents varying programs for juveniles and adults;
Instructs patrons in the use of microfilm readers/printers;
Instructs and assists patrons in CD-Rom searching;
Files financial and tax serials;
Prepares overdue notices;
Checks cash drawer; counts and sorts money and prepares bank deposit.


KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

General knowledge of library methods, materials, and practices; general knowledge of area or section to which
assigned; ability to follow instructions and apply knowledge to varying conditions; ability to type accurately at a
reasonable rate of speed; ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with supervisors,
associates, and library patrons.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from an accredited community college with
major course work in library science and some experience in a library system.




RECREATION SERVICES/61-11, 61-12
10/10/98
                                                                                                       City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                          Job Description
                                                  LIBRARY ASSISTANT II
                                                          N16

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs intermediate technical and clerical work assisting with a variety of tasks in the public library; does related work as
required. Work is performed under regular supervision. Supervision is exercised over assistants and aides.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Opens and closes library; supervises night shift;
Helps select library materials and programs for the library in both print and nonprint areas;
Compiles monthly statistics
Maintains cataloging and classification systems in the on-line public access catalog;
Maintains vertical file newspapers, magazines, and pamphlets; displays magazines in reading room;
Performs on-line searching and processes inter-library loan requests;
Locates books on shelves;
Contacts and schedules performers and speakers for programs;
Assists patrons with questions and location of books;

RELATED TASKS:

Prepares and presents varying programs for juveniles and adults;
Instructs patrons in the use of microfilm readers/printers;
Instructs and assists patrons in CD-Rom searching;
Files financial and tax serials;
Prepares overdue notices;
Checks cash drawer; counts and sorts money and prepares bank deposit.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

General knowledge of library methods, materials, and practices; general knowledge of area or section to which assigned;
ability to follow instructions and apply knowledge to varying conditions; ability to type accurately at a reasonable rate of
speed; ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with supervisors, associates, and library patrons.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from an accredited community college with major
course work in library science and some experience in a library system.


RECREATION SERVICES - 61/11, 61/12
10/10/98
                                                                                         City of Boca Raton
                                                                                            Job Description
                                        LIBRARY ASSISTANT III
                                              N20/U20

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

   o   Performs a variety of specialized library work at one of the City’s public library facilities.
   o   Work is performed under general supervision.
   o   Oversees the work of subordinate employees and other workers in order to ensure that work
       assignments are completed correctly, safely, and in a timely manner.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:

   o   Circulation Section
           o Interacts with patrons in order to assist them in using library services/equipment,
               programs, and facilities, collect/cancel fines or fees as appropriate, answer questions,
               identify patron service needs or locate materials.
           o Trains staff in the use of a variety of databases, activities, policies/ procedures, and office
               equipment in order to ensure that employees complete assignments correctly and use
               the equipment properly.
           o Oversees staffing of the Check-Out Desk in order to assist patrons in checking materials
               in or out, placing holds, registering patrons, taking fines and fees, and resolving
               problems.
           o Processes requests for library materials/information received by phone, fax, email, or in
               person in order to provide patrons with requested materials/information.
   o   Collection Development Section
           o Assists in the selection of materials for inclusion in the library’s collection, including
               donated materials.
           o Assists in the investigation of public requests regarding memorial and gift titles.
           o Assists with marketing programs and materials displays.
   o   Reference Services Section
           o Provides reference assistance to patrons and introduces patrons to reference sources
               and materials; aids patrons in the location and selection of books and other materials on
               specific subjects; assists patrons seeking information for school or special projects.
           o Assists and instructs patrons in the use of both print and online information retrieval tools;
               answers reference questions for patrons in person, by telephone, by mail, and by e-mail.
           o Assists with the evaluation of reference sources and materials; compiles bibliographies
               and assembles materials on special subjects.
           o Performs interlibrary loan functions; performs tasks related to the management of
               periodicals and serials.
   o   Technical Services/Technology Section
           o Performs tasks related to the acquisition of library materials, including preparation and
               submission requisitions and purchase orders; processes orders via the integrated library
               system or directly with vendors; processes invoices for payment by the City Finance
               Department; monitors fund account balances.
           o Performs tasks related to the cataloging and classification of library materials, including
               editing MARC cataloging records in all formats in online bibliographic utility for transfer to
               local integrated library system; may perform original cataloging.
           o Edits cataloging records in the integrated library system; identifies and performs
               cataloging and classification clean-up projects as needed, including global changes and
               authority work.
           o Oversees the physical processing of library materials and inventory of processing
               supplies.
   o   Youth Services Section
           o Plans, develops, promotes and conducts programs and activities for children and teens;
               develops and creates educational displays.
           o   Provides reference assistance and readers advisory to children and teens; aids children
               and teens in the selection of books and other materials on special subjects.
           o   Answers specific reference questions for patrons in person, by telephone, and by mail;
               oversees and assists in the production of subject or age-level bibliographies.
           o   Introduces and instructs children and teens in the use of information retrieval tools, the
               Library’s online catalog, and various computer software applications.

RELATED TASKS:

   o   Performs related work as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

   o   Some knowledge of library principles, methods, materials, and practices.
   o   Some knowledge of the theory and objectives of a public library system.
   o   Considerable skills in the use of personal computers, basic software applications, peripheral
       devices, and the Internet.
   o   Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with other library employees.
   o   Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with library patrons.
   o   Ability to understand, follow, and explain a variety of library policies and procedures.
   o   Ability to learn/perform a variety of work activities with the assigned Department/Division.
   o   Ability to explain/demonstrate procedures for performing a variety of work activities.
   o   Ability to express ideas effectively, both orally and in writing.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

   o   An Associate’s Degree, considerable experience in library work, and considerable experience
       working with the public; OR,
   o   Any equivalent combination of relevant training and experience.



RECREATION SERVCIES
                                                                                                          City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                             Job Description
                                                 LIFT STATION CREW CHIEF
                                                            B20

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs difficult semiskilled work overseeing and participating in the inspection, repair, and maintenance of lift station
equipment; understanding of lift station systems and how they interact within the wastewater system; does related work as
required. Work is performed under general supervision. Supervision is exercised over and assigned work crew.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:
Assigns and supervises the work of semiskilled and or skilled workers and equipment operators in inspection, repair and or
construction of pump stations;
Ability to prepare and maintain accurate work reports and records;
Inspects lift stations and related equipment for proper operation;
Evaluates system for mechanical failure, electrical failure, and/or instrumentation failure;
Performs tests for oxygen deficiency and the presence of hydrogen sulfide gas, combustible gases or other noxious gases
and makes determination of hazardous conditions;
Repairs and maintains pumps, valves, blowers, filters, screens, emergency motors, generators, and other equipment;
replaces impellers;
Read various meters and gauges; pulls pumps and replaces seals;
Adjusts, repairs, and replaces malfunctioning parts such as bearings, gauges, seats, and packing; replaces broken pipes
running between lift station and wet well;
Lubricates pumps and motors; and
Cleans Lift station wet wells and station wash downs with the use of a vactor truck.

RELATED TASKS:

Lubricates pumps and motors;
Works with vactor truck when required;
Paints interior and exterior lift stations;
Washes station when required;
Drives a light truck; operates vactor truck;
Issues and accounts for tools and equipment on truck;
Performs related tasks as required; and
Trains and instructs helpers.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

General knowledge of the repair and maintenance of the mechanical, hydraulic, and electrical components of lift stations;
general knowledge of the occupational hazards and necessary safety precautions of the work; skill in the use and care of
tools of the trade; ability to determine improper operation of lift station equipment and take proper remedial actions; ability to
follow oral and written directions; ability to work under adverse conditions; ability to swim; able to work in poorly lit areas;
ability to operate power rodding, vapor rooting, vactor trucks and related equipment; and ability to evaluate lift station
systems associated with the operation of pumps.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school and some experience with the
repair and maintenance of lift station equipment.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of a valid State of Florida CDL license Class B with an “N” endorsement.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Must be able to lift, carry and push articles weighing up to 50 lbs. Must be able to wear hard hat/helmet, safety glasses,
goggles, safety belt, safety shoes/boots, hearing protectors, welder's helmet, face shield, safety harness, safety vest, and
gloves. Exposure to extreme temperatures, animals/insects, electrical hazards, confined spaces, heights, noise, vibration,
dust, vapors, fumes, mist, smoke, toxic metals, poisons, irritants, moving mechanical parts, bloodborne pathogens, and
depths of 30 feet.

UTILITY SERVICES/42-32
3/24/05
                                                                                                          City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                             Job Description
                                               LIFT STATION CREWMEMBER
                                                          B17

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs intermediate skilled work in the inspection, repair, and maintenance of lift station equipment; does related work as
required. Work is performed under regular supervision.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Inspects lift stations and related equipment for proper operation;
Repairs and maintains pumps, valves, blowers, filters, screens, emergency motors, generators, and other equipment;
replaces impellers;
Read various meters and gauges; pulls pumps and replaces seals;
Adjusts, repairs, and replaces malfunctioning parts such as bearings, gauges, seats, and packing; replaces broken pipes
running between lift station and wet well;
Lubricates pumps and motors.

RELATED TASKS:

Works with vactor truck when required;
Paints interior and exterior lift stations;
Washes station when required;
Drives a light truck; operates vactor truck; issues and accounts for tools and equipment on truck;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

General knowledge of the repair and maintenance of the mechanical, hydraulic, and electrical components of lift stations;
general knowledge of the occupational hazards and necessary safety precautions of the work; skill in the use and care of
tools of the trade; ability to determine improper operation of lift station equipment and take proper remedial actions; ability to
follow oral and written directions; ability to work under adverse conditions; ability to swim; able to work in poorly lit areas.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school and some experience with the
repair and maintenance mechanical equipment.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of a valid State of Florida Class "E" driver's license.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Must be able to lift, carry and push articles weighing up to 50 lbs. Must be able to wear hard hat/helmet, safety glasses,
goggles, safety belt, safety shoes/boots, hearing protectors, welder's helmet, faceshield, safety harness, safety vest, and
gloves. Exposure to extreme temperatures, animals/insects, electrical hazards, confined spaces, heights, noise, vibration,
dust, vapors, fumes, mist, smoke, toxic metals, poisons, irritants, and moving mechanical parts.


UTILITY SERVICES/42-32
3/24/05
                                                                                                  City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                     Job Description

                                             LIFT STATION FOREMAN
                                                      B20

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs difficult skilled work in the inspection, repair, and maintenance of lift station equipment; does related tasks
as required. Work is performed under regular supervision. Supervises the work of other skilled workers in absence
of supervisor.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Inspects lift stations and related equipment for proper operation;
Acts as supervisor in absence of Lift Station Maintenance Supervisor;
Repairs and maintains pumps, valves, blowers, filters, screens, emergency motors, generators, and other equipment;
replaces impellers;
Reads various meters and gauges; pulls pumps and replaces seals;
Adjusts, repairs, and replaces malfunctioning parts such as bearings, gauges, seats, and packing; replaces broken
pipes running between lift station and wet well;
Lubricates pumps and motors.

RELATED TASKS:

Works with vactor truck when required;
Paints interior and exterior lift stations;
Washes station when required;
Drives a light truck; operates vactor truck; issues and accounts for tools and equipment on truck;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

Thorough knowledge of the repair and maintenance of the mechanical, hydraulic, and electrical components of lift
stations; thorough knowledge of the occupational hazards and necessary safety precautions of the work; skill in the
use and care of tools of the trade; ability to determine improper operation of lift station equipment and take proper
remedial actions; ability to follow oral and written directions; ability to work under adverse conditions; ability to climb
vertical ladders; ability to hear both low and high pitch sounds; ability to swim; must be able to work in hot and humid
areas underground for long periods of time; must possess a keen sense of smell and be able to work in poorly lit
areas.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school and considerable experience
with the repair and maintenance of lift station equipment.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of a valid State of Florida Class "B" driver's license, with N (Tanker) endorsement.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Must be able to lift, carry and push articles weighing up to 50 lbs. Must be able to wear hard hat/helmet, safety
glasses, goggles, respirator, safety belt, safety shoes/boots, hearing protectors, welder's helmet, faceshield, safety
harness, safety vest, and gloves. Exposure to extreme temperatures, animals/insects, electrical hazards, confined
spaces, heights, noise, vibration, dust, vapors, fumes, mist, smoke, toxic metals, poisons, irritants, and moving
mechanical parts.



UTILITY SERVICES/42-32
10/10/98
                                                                                                           City of Boca Raton
                                                                                                              Job Description
                                     LIFT STATION MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR
                                                      N33

GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK:

Performs difficult technical work supervising and participating in the monitoring and maintenance of lift station equipment and
facilities; does related work as required.

Work is performed under general supervision. Supervision is exercised over all section personnel.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS:

Supervises and participates in monitoring the proper functioning of pumps and equipment in the lift stations and maintains
logs;
Oversees the inspection, repair, adjustment, calibration, lubrication, and maintenance of all mechanical and electrical
equipment associated with the lift stations;
Plans work maintenance and repair schedules; assigned tasks to staff;
Maintains records and prepares reports pertaining to operations;
Reviews plans and submittals for new lift stations.

RELATED TASKS:

Inspects hoses and belts for defects;
Ensures generators are in proper working condition;
Collects all relevant data for new lift stations;
Conducts a series of tests pertaining to electrical, mechanical, and hydraulic systems of lift stations;
Assists crew in operating and maintaining equipment;
Analyzes telemetry report and notes problem areas;
Orders necessary parts to ensure the proper operation of pumps;
Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

General knowledge of the maintenance of the components of a lift station; thorough knowledge of the principles and
practices of construction, repairs, and/or maintenance of lift stations; ability to check the operation of equipment and to
detect improper operation of equipment; ability to climb vertical ladders; ability to supervise the work of subordinates; skill in
the use and care of tools of the trade; ability to understand and follow instructions in both oral and written form.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school and extensive experience in the
repair and maintenance of lift station equipment.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Possession of a valid State of Florida driver’s license.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Must be able to lift, carry and push articles weighing up to 50 lbs. Must be able to wear hard hat/helmet, safety glasses,
goggles, , safety belt, safety shoes/boots, hearing protectors, welder's helmet, faceshield, safety harness, safety vest, and
gloves. Exposure to extreme temperatures, animals/insects, electrical hazards, confined spaces, heights, noise, vibration,
dust, vapors, fumes, mist, smoke, toxic metals, poisons, irritants, and moving mechanical parts.


UTILITY SERVICES/42-32
4/7/05